With one player holding up a single finger, signifying No. 1, Community School of Davidson’s players and coaches gather on the field seconds after the Spartans’ 5-1 victory over Franklin Academy in the NCHSAA 1A state girls soccer championship match May 28.
With one player holding up a single finger, signifying No. 1, Community School of Davidson’s players and coaches gather on the field seconds after the Spartans’ 5-1 victory over Franklin Academy in the NCHSAA 1A state girls soccer championship match May 28. Bill Kiser
With one player holding up a single finger, signifying No. 1, Community School of Davidson’s players and coaches gather on the field seconds after the Spartans’ 5-1 victory over Franklin Academy in the NCHSAA 1A state girls soccer championship match May 28. Bill Kiser

Community School of Davidson team takes the state title

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