GLIDE — Like so many siblings their age, Brenden and Jacob Fricke are still working on moving their relationship from a state of constant torture to a place of common ground — not that they’re in any kind of hurry to do so. One spends his free time playing video games and is quick to tease and say whatever is on his mind. The other would rather be outside and is more economical with his words and serious about his studies. “If you ask anyone that knows us, we’re total opposites,” Jacob says. They do share a few things, at …
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