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12 brothers play 24 years of football at one Minnesota high school

The Aho family has 12 boys, all of whom played on the Dassel-Cokato Chargers varsity high school football team, creating an unbroken streak of 24 straight years of Aho brothers football. The dynasty ends this fall with the youngest brother Seth, a senior this year.
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The Aho family of Cokato, Minn., has 12 boys, all of whom played on the Dassel-Cokato Chargers varsity high school football team, creating an unbroken streak of 24 straight years of Aho brothers football, the Dassel Cokato Enterprise Dispatch reported. The dynasty ends this fall with the youngest brother Seth, a senior this year at the school roughly an hour west of the Twin Cities.

KARE 11 has a look at the family, which includes three daughters. "Life goes on," mother Karen says about the end of an era, her voice cracking:

The brothers' streak spanned three coaches, WCCO reports. Their parents haven't missed a game:

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