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    Video: Athletic director Travis Seese talks about the upgrades to the athletic facilities at Athens Drive High School. New stadiums and upgraded athletic facilities like those at Athens Drive may not be a given at Wake County Schools, according to a proposal by some school system officials.

Video: Athletic director Travis Seese talks about the upgrades to the athletic facilities at Athens Drive High School. New stadiums and upgraded athletic facilities like those at Athens Drive may not be a given at Wake County Schools, according to a proposal by some school system officials. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Video: Athletic director Travis Seese talks about the upgrades to the athletic facilities at Athens Drive High School. New stadiums and upgraded athletic facilities like those at Athens Drive may not be a given at Wake County Schools, according to a proposal by some school system officials. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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