Charlotte Catholic players celebrated the school’s fourth N.C. High School Athletic Association state championship last December. Some critics of the school believe expanded geographic boundaries give the Cougars an advantage of their public counterparts.
Charlotte Catholic players celebrated the school’s fourth N.C. High School Athletic Association state championship last December. Some critics of the school believe expanded geographic boundaries give the Cougars an advantage of their public counterparts. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Charlotte Catholic players celebrated the school’s fourth N.C. High School Athletic Association state championship last December. Some critics of the school believe expanded geographic boundaries give the Cougars an advantage of their public counterparts. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

What makes Charlotte Catholic football so successful? Critics have their opinions

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