Harrison Ruff, 4, practices throwing the ball during a ROAR Sports practice at Westminster Catawba Christian School on Monday. ROAR will celebrate its 10th season on Friday night.
Harrison Ruff, 4, practices throwing the ball during a ROAR Sports practice at Westminster Catawba Christian School on Monday. ROAR will celebrate its 10th season on Friday night.
Harrison Ruff, 4, practices throwing the ball during a ROAR Sports practice at Westminster Catawba Christian School on Monday. ROAR will celebrate its 10th season on Friday night.

10 seasons and still kicking

September 13, 2007 12:50 AM

UPDATED September 13, 2007 12:58 AM

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