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Football forging community at St. Patrick's High School

St. Patrick's High School in Quebec City has 600 students... and three football teams. That means nearly one in five students there play the sport.

This weekend, the high school's teams took to the field on the historic Plains of Abraham. To get everyone in the football frame of mind, St. Pat's hosted a tailgate party with hot dogs and more team spirit than you could shake a stick at. Parent Dave Flood was on grill duty.
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During the juniors game, Julia Caron had the chance to catch up with former St. Patrick's High School football players Nicholas Lehoux (who now announces the games) and Edward Godin. They tell us how football got to be what it is today, and why it is like a second family.
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