Athens Drive's Erika Snyder runs briefly with the ball tucked under her shirt near the end of overtime of Middle Creek's girls soccer game at Athens Drive on Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Wake County school leaders say they may have to consider options such as charging students to play sports if they don’t get enough money from the Wake County Board of Commissioners this year.
Athens Drive's Erika Snyder runs briefly with the ball tucked under her shirt near the end of overtime of Middle Creek's girls soccer game at Athens Drive on Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Wake County school leaders say they may have to consider options such as charging students to play sports if they don’t get enough money from the Wake County Board of Commissioners this year. Ray Black III newsobserver.com
Athens Drive's Erika Snyder runs briefly with the ball tucked under her shirt near the end of overtime of Middle Creek's girls soccer game at Athens Drive on Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Wake County school leaders say they may have to consider options such as charging students to play sports if they don’t get enough money from the Wake County Board of Commissioners this year. Ray Black III newsobserver.com
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