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The York City School District is facing some difficult decisions as it looks to close a $19 million budget gap. The latest proposal calls for the district to eliminate its sports programs.

In April, the school board proposed eliminating some sports but keeping others. Specifically, one school board member said he couldn't imagine cutting the football and basketball programs.

But now, all of William Penn's sports programs are on the potential chopping block. Keep in mind, the proposal isn't finalized yet. But what would a high school be like without its athletic teams? And what would it mean for sports to be shut down at William Penn -- the school that has produced some of York County's greatest athletes?

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