Catherine Romaine (32) was named the Big Eight’s female basketball player of the year after helping the undefeated Tigers win the NCHSAA 3A state championship. Romaine also was named Chapel Hill’s Most Outstanding Player in the NCHSAA championship game.
Catherine Romaine (32) was named the Big Eight’s female basketball player of the year after helping the undefeated Tigers win the NCHSAA 3A state championship. Romaine also was named Chapel Hill’s Most Outstanding Player in the NCHSAA championship game. News & Observer 2013 File Photo
Catherine Romaine (32) was named the Big Eight’s female basketball player of the year after helping the undefeated Tigers win the NCHSAA 3A state championship. Romaine also was named Chapel Hill’s Most Outstanding Player in the NCHSAA championship game. News & Observer 2013 File Photo

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