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Pordrea Moore, 16, with the Anacostia High School Marching Band Ebony Dolls, warms up prior to the game as Anacostia High School faces Dunbar High School in the 43rd annual DCIAA Turkey Bowl varsity football championship at Eastern High School in Washington on Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012. This game, played between two D.C. high school football teams, is rich in tradition and always played on Thanksgiving Day. This year's contest, however, had a slight change in the previous few days leading up to the game when Woodrow WIlson High School was disqualified because one the team's players was found to have been a resident of Maryland. Anacostia was chosen as an alternate. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)
Photo by: ROD LAMKEY JR
Pordrea Moore, 16, with the Anacostia High School Marching Band Ebony Dolls, warms up prior to the game as Anacostia High School faces Dunbar High School in the 43rd annual DCIAA Turkey Bowl varsity football championship at Eastern High School in Washington on Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012. This game, played between two D.C. high school football teams, is rich in tradition and always played on Thanksgiving Day. This year's contest, however, had a slight change in the previous few days leading up to the game when Woodrow WIlson High School was disqualified because one the team's players was found to have been a resident of Maryland. Anacostia was chosen as an alternate. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

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