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Cheerleader Jeremy Crouthamel Named First Recipient Of Jason Ray Spirit Award


Jeremy Crouthamel, a junior cheerleader from Goldsboro, is the inaugural recipient of the Jason Ray Memorial Spirit Award given by the University of North Carolina Department of Athletics. The award is named in honor of Jason Ray, former Tar Heel mascot, who was tragically killed last March in a pedestrian/vehicle accident in New Jersey during the 2007 NCAA Men's Basketball East Regional. (Tar Heel Blue)

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