Chapel Hill High junior Raziyah Farrington (right) was named MVP of the championship game and received the award from NCHSAA executive director Davis Whitfield (left) after the 2014 3A girls basketball title game.
Chapel Hill High junior Raziyah Farrington (right) was named MVP of the championship game and received the award from NCHSAA executive director Davis Whitfield (left) after the 2014 3A girls basketball title game. Photo Courtesy of Ted Spaulding
Chapel Hill High junior Raziyah Farrington (right) was named MVP of the championship game and received the award from NCHSAA executive director Davis Whitfield (left) after the 2014 3A girls basketball title game. Photo Courtesy of Ted Spaulding

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