Cary Coach Scott Walton hugs Donte Tatum (23) after the win during the Garner Magnet Trojans high school basketball game with the Cary Imps in the 4A Eastern High School Boys Regional Championship Game, Saturday, March 5, 2016. The Wake County school board will weigh later this summer whether to charge students to play sports and to postpone planned pay raises for athletic coaches to help make up a budget shortfall.
Cary Coach Scott Walton hugs Donte Tatum (23) after the win during the Garner Magnet Trojans high school basketball game with the Cary Imps in the 4A Eastern High School Boys Regional Championship Game, Saturday, March 5, 2016. The Wake County school board will weigh later this summer whether to charge students to play sports and to postpone planned pay raises for athletic coaches to help make up a budget shortfall. JOHNNY JOHNSON newsobserver.com
Cary Coach Scott Walton hugs Donte Tatum (23) after the win during the Garner Magnet Trojans high school basketball game with the Cary Imps in the 4A Eastern High School Boys Regional Championship Game, Saturday, March 5, 2016. The Wake County school board will weigh later this summer whether to charge students to play sports and to postpone planned pay raises for athletic coaches to help make up a budget shortfall. JOHNNY JOHNSON newsobserver.com
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