Knightdale’s VLyle Walker (9) and East Wake’s Jamonte Smith (14) sprint for control of the ball in September. A new, statewide rule for soccer is that players with two yellow cards in a game will no longer be required to complete the National Federation of High Schools sportsmanship course.
Knightdale’s VLyle Walker (9) and East Wake’s Jamonte Smith (14) sprint for control of the ball in September. A new, statewide rule for soccer is that players with two yellow cards in a game will no longer be required to complete the National Federation of High Schools sportsmanship course. newsobserver.com
Knightdale’s VLyle Walker (9) and East Wake’s Jamonte Smith (14) sprint for control of the ball in September. A new, statewide rule for soccer is that players with two yellow cards in a game will no longer be required to complete the National Federation of High Schools sportsmanship course. newsobserver.com

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