Cary's Donte Tatum (23) drives by Charlotte Catholic's Owen Winters (33) during the 4-A State Basketball Championship game with the Cary Imps high school against the Charlotte Catholic high school on March 12, 2016, Chapel Hill, N.C. The Wake County school system is warning it might have to charge students to play sports if it doesn’t get the $35.7 million increase it has requested from county commissioners.
Cary's Donte Tatum (23) drives by Charlotte Catholic's Owen Winters (33) during the 4-A State Basketball Championship game with the Cary Imps high school against the Charlotte Catholic high school on March 12, 2016, Chapel Hill, N.C. The Wake County school system is warning it might have to charge students to play sports if it doesn’t get the $35.7 million increase it has requested from county commissioners. JOHNNY JOHNSON newsobserver.com
Cary's Donte Tatum (23) drives by Charlotte Catholic's Owen Winters (33) during the 4-A State Basketball Championship game with the Cary Imps high school against the Charlotte Catholic high school on March 12, 2016, Chapel Hill, N.C. The Wake County school system is warning it might have to charge students to play sports if it doesn’t get the $35.7 million increase it has requested from county commissioners. JOHNNY JOHNSON newsobserver.com
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