East Wake’s Shamara Richardson, center, drives between Smithfield-Selma’s Holly Rabil, left, and Dannya Tavarez in the Warriors’ 66-18 win over the Spartans in November. A new rule makes a running clock mandatory in basketball if the lead reaches 40 points during the second half.
East Wake’s Shamara Richardson, center, drives between Smithfield-Selma’s Holly Rabil, left, and Dannya Tavarez in the Warriors’ 66-18 win over the Spartans in November. A new rule makes a running clock mandatory in basketball if the lead reaches 40 points during the second half. amoody@newsobserver.com
East Wake’s Shamara Richardson, center, drives between Smithfield-Selma’s Holly Rabil, left, and Dannya Tavarez in the Warriors’ 66-18 win over the Spartans in November. A new rule makes a running clock mandatory in basketball if the lead reaches 40 points during the second half. amoody@newsobserver.com

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