Chapel Hill High School all-conference safety Connor Korfas, second from left, was recognized as a High School Scholar-Athlete by the Bill Dooley Chapter of the National Football Foundation during ceremonies Monday at UNC’s Kenan Stadium. Korfas has commited to play nexty fall at Denison. From left to right: Chapel Hill football head coach Issac Marsh; Connor Korfas; his mother, Anne; sister Morgan; and his father James Korfas.
Chapel Hill High School all-conference safety Connor Korfas, second from left, was recognized as a High School Scholar-Athlete by the Bill Dooley Chapter of the National Football Foundation during ceremonies Monday at UNC’s Kenan Stadium. Korfas has commited to play nexty fall at Denison. From left to right: Chapel Hill football head coach Issac Marsh; Connor Korfas; his mother, Anne; sister Morgan; and his father James Korfas. W.E. Warnock chnsports@newsobserver.com
Chapel Hill High School all-conference safety Connor Korfas, second from left, was recognized as a High School Scholar-Athlete by the Bill Dooley Chapter of the National Football Foundation during ceremonies Monday at UNC’s Kenan Stadium. Korfas has commited to play nexty fall at Denison. From left to right: Chapel Hill football head coach Issac Marsh; Connor Korfas; his mother, Anne; sister Morgan; and his father James Korfas. W.E. Warnock chnsports@newsobserver.com

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