Clayton High’s Jordon Smith (8), above trying to get around Smithfield-Selma defender Robert Hicks (11) last season, is one of several Comet football players who were videotaped reading children’s books to promote National Read Across America Day earlier this month.
Clayton High’s Jordon Smith (8), above trying to get around Smithfield-Selma defender Robert Hicks (11) last season, is one of several Comet football players who were videotaped reading children’s books to promote National Read Across America Day earlier this month. Dean Strickland newsobserver.com
Clayton High’s Jordon Smith (8), above trying to get around Smithfield-Selma defender Robert Hicks (11) last season, is one of several Comet football players who were videotaped reading children’s books to promote National Read Across America Day earlier this month. Dean Strickland newsobserver.com

Clayton High football players share their love of reading

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