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After losing parents, two Narbonne High football stars are playing for more than a championship

A year ago, Lance Manuleleua was on the football field at El Camino College, preparing to play in the City Section championship game and unaware of events elsewhere in the stadium. He didn’t know that in an elevator near the entrance, paramedics were responding to a man in distress. It was Manuleleua’s...
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