The East Wake student section wore red and hung this sign reading “Play 4 Isaiah!” at the Oct. 3, 2014, football game against Rolesville in honor of Isaiah Langston, the Rams player who collapsed before a game Sept. 26 and later died.
The East Wake student section wore red and hung this sign reading “Play 4 Isaiah!” at the Oct. 3, 2014, football game against Rolesville in honor of Isaiah Langston, the Rams player who collapsed before a game Sept. 26 and later died. newsobserver.com
The East Wake student section wore red and hung this sign reading “Play 4 Isaiah!” at the Oct. 3, 2014, football game against Rolesville in honor of Isaiah Langston, the Rams player who collapsed before a game Sept. 26 and later died. newsobserver.com

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