Khalil Williams likes to think Sundays are an oasis of tranquility in a hectic schedule filled with schoolwork and Glen Rock basketball games. He tries to sleep in, watch some football on TV, do some studying.
But once he and his 12-year-old brother, Zachary, start playing board games, watch out.
“We play Sorry a lot,” Williams said. “We have some intense board-game days. It gets pretty real. That’s usually the action of the time [we spend together.]
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