Camden's Bronson Watts, the only 1A player at Tuesday's North Carolina Coaches Association East-West boys soccer game, had a pair of assists in the East's 5-2 win. Watts heads off to Division I Missouri-Kansas City this fall.
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Camden's Bronson Watts, the only 1A player at Tuesday's North Carolina Coaches Association East-West boys soccer game, had a pair of assists in the East's 5-2 win. Watts heads off to Division I Missouri-Kansas City this fall.

One Last Hurrah: Final high school event for area All-Stars

By Jimmy LaRoue

Sports Writer

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GREENSBORO — After scoring 136 goals in an illustrious high school career with Camden, Bronson Watts still had something to prove, and he proved it.

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