Jordan-Matthews High School soccer coach Paul Cuadros huddles with his players following their 5-2 victory over Eastern Randolph in September 2012. Cuadros led “Los Jets” to the NCHSAA 1A boys soccer championship in 2004, the first predominantly Latino team to win a North Carolina high school title. An exhibit will open Friday, April 1, 2016, at the NC Museum of History that tells the story of “Los Jets.”
Jordan-Matthews High School soccer coach Paul Cuadros huddles with his players following their 5-2 victory over Eastern Randolph in September 2012. Cuadros led “Los Jets” to the NCHSAA 1A boys soccer championship in 2004, the first predominantly Latino team to win a North Carolina high school title. An exhibit will open Friday, April 1, 2016, at the NC Museum of History that tells the story of “Los Jets.” Robert Willett N&O File Photo
Jordan-Matthews High School soccer coach Paul Cuadros huddles with his players following their 5-2 victory over Eastern Randolph in September 2012. Cuadros led “Los Jets” to the NCHSAA 1A boys soccer championship in 2004, the first predominantly Latino team to win a North Carolina high school title. An exhibit will open Friday, April 1, 2016, at the NC Museum of History that tells the story of “Los Jets.” Robert Willett N&O File Photo

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