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Mayor Vaughan Accepts Friendly Football Wager from Fayetteville Mayor Robertson

(Last Updated On: December 16, 2016)

showimageGREENSBORO, NC (December 16, 2016) – Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan accepted the friendly football wager proposed from Fayetteville Mayor Nat Robertson heading into Saturday’s state championship football game between Dudley High School and Cape Fear High School.

If Dudley wins, Mayor Robertson will wear Panthers colors and place a Dudley High School ornament on his Christmas tree. However, if Cape Fear is victorious, Mayor Vaughan will wear Colts colors and place a Cape Fear High School ornament on her Christmas tree.

“I am very proud of our Panthers and look forward to seeing Mayor Robertson sporting the Panther’s blue and gold,” Mayor Nancy Vaughan said. “This friendly wager is all in good fun and I hope everyone will come out to the game on Saturday.”

Led by Coach Steven Davis, Dudley’s 2016 record is 14-1 and the team is ranked second in the state. Dudley’s Hendon Hooker was one of two North Carolina quarterbacks chosen for the Shrine Bowl. The game starts at 7:05 pm on Saturday, December 17 at Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh, NC.

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