Ford Hanour and his sister Lauren Hanour come home around the same time after a high school football game.
Ford plays. Lauren cheers.
During the game, Lauren doesn't cheer for her brother. They perform on different fields.
Ford goes to Sage Hill School and Lauren attends Corona del Mar. This year, Lauren hasn't watched one of Ford's games because the game day schedules for their respective schools tend to conflict.
When their games end, they head home and find time to catch up.
"She's talking about her game and I'm talking about my game," Ford said. "It's just interesting."
Before last week, Lauren's had more to yak about this football season. The Sea Kings went into their game with a 5-1 record and ranked No. 1 in the CIF Southern Section Southern Division.
Ford's team had the opposite record. Sage Hill was on a five-game losing streak, the program's worst since 2008, Ford's freshman year.