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Bobby Frasor steps down as basketball coach at Chicago's Brother Rice High School


was brought back to Brother Rice seven years ago to pump new life into a proud, tradition-rich high school basketball program. He did just that. Frasor won two regional titles in two of his first three seasons and compiled an overall record of 143-56 in seven seasons. The Crusaders won a pair of Catholic League championships under Frasor. (Chicago Sun-Times)

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Bobby Frasor steps down as basketball coach at Chicago's Brother Rice High School


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