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By 'Editor, LDSCaNews'

Three Brothers All on the Same Team

RAYMOND, AB -- Dustin, Brock and Brett Ralph are brothers from Raymond family of six children. And they all play football for the University of Wyoming in Laramie, WY. In fact, the all happen to play receiver on the same team. And if that's not all, they share the same apartment, are majoring in education, and want to become teachers or coaches.

The three graduates of Raymond High have been trickling into Laramie one at a time for the past three years. And as they've arrived, they've brought all their talent with them.

Dustin, who had to return home with only six months left in his mission due to illness, was a league MVP running back, leading Raymond a provincial championship. But like his younger brother Brock, he did more than just play football. He also played point guard for the Raymond High Comets, helping the team reach a 36-3 record.

In addition to helping Raymond's football team win back-to-back provincial titles, Brock was also provincial champ in the 100 metres. He also played an impressive centre field on the school's baseball team, enough to be considered for draft material by the Baltimore Orioles. He had received a football scholarship to the University of Wyoming, and it was he who led the trio to Laramie.

Though Brett is the freshman brother in Laramie, his skills were still enough to put him on the Canadian national junior baseball team while in high school.

The Globe and Mail, 07 Nov 2000


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