Northern Nash's Davontae Wiggins (2) keeps the ball and runs up the middle during the first half of the Southern Nash High School football game against Northern Nash High School in Rocky Mount on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016. A survey rates North Carolina as the state with the “most comprehensive” health and safety policies for student athletes.
Northern Nash's Davontae Wiggins (2) keeps the ball and runs up the middle during the first half of the Southern Nash High School football game against Northern Nash High School in Rocky Mount on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016. A survey rates North Carolina as the state with the “most comprehensive” health and safety policies for student athletes. Carl Copeland newsobserver.com
Northern Nash's Davontae Wiggins (2) keeps the ball and runs up the middle during the first half of the Southern Nash High School football game against Northern Nash High School in Rocky Mount on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016. A survey rates North Carolina as the state with the “most comprehensive” health and safety policies for student athletes. Carl Copeland newsobserver.com

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