Chapel Hill: Sports

February 21, 2014 9:10 PM

Mid-State 2A: Carrboro’s fate flips in two quarters

Carrboro’s basketball teams played well enough last week – most of the time – to win their semifinal games in the Mid-State 2A Conference tournament.The problem for both the girls’ and boys’ teams was a singular stretch of bad play that cost them the lead and then their respective games.

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