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  • Carrboro girls rise to first place in Mid-State 2A

    Carrboro girls basketball coach Sheremy Dillard-Clanton discusses her team's rise from a 2-9 start to first place in the Mid-State 2A Conference.

Carrboro girls basketball coach Sheremy Dillard-Clanton discusses her team's rise from a 2-9 start to first place in the Mid-State 2A Conference. Elliott Warnock ewarnock@newsobserver.com
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Carrboro wins 50-42 at Cummings to take first place in Mid-State girls basketball

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