Corinth Holders’ Charday Ince-Walton hands off to teammate Essence Scott in the Girls 800-meter relay. Teams across the State converged upon North Carolina A&T University for the NCHSAA 3A track Championships in Greensboro on Friday.
Corinth Holders’ Charday Ince-Walton hands off to teammate Essence Scott in the Girls 800-meter relay. Teams across the State converged upon North Carolina A&T University for the NCHSAA 3A track Championships in Greensboro on Friday. STEVEN WORTHY
Corinth Holders’ Charday Ince-Walton hands off to teammate Essence Scott in the Girls 800-meter relay. Teams across the State converged upon North Carolina A&T University for the NCHSAA 3A track Championships in Greensboro on Friday. STEVEN WORTHY

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