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Butch Price, the father of Yucaipa High football coach Justin Price, has been coaching since the Nixon Administration of the early 1970s. The elder Price, following Yucaipa’s stunning 38-21 victory on Saturday, March 27 against Citrus Valley, gathered the Thunderbirds and recited a mantra.
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