The Union County School District will give it a go at one more year of keeping its football program county-wide, as decided by a split vote by its Board of Trustees Monday night.
The board voted 3-2 in favor of remaining a county-wide program in order to give a final push at recruitment from three of the four county schools.
Board President Terry Cook, who cast the deciding vote, said he would go along with keeping the co-op program for at least one more year because of alleged renewed interest from students at Ingomar.
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