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Pictured (from left) are Marcus Paige, Anthony Hernandez, Taylor Sharp and Leslie McDonald as they enjoy lunch at Sutton’s Drug Store on Franklin St. in Chapel Hill.
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Pictured (back, from left) are Marcus Paige, Alex Hernandez, Taylor Sharp, Leslie McDonald and Anthony Hernandez (front) as they stop for a photo opportunity at the Old Well on the UNC campus.
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Anthony Hernandez (left) receives a special welcome from Tar Heels head coach Roy Williams (right) on Thursday at the Dean Dome.
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Marcus Paige (left) and Leslie McDonald (right) surprise Anthony Hernandez at Sutton's Drug Store on Franklin Street.
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Pictured (from left) are Carolina forward James Michael McAdoo, Anthony Hernandez and his brother, Alex Hernandez.
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Liberty Middle School student Anthony Hernandez and his brother Alex join Taylor Sharp and the Tar Heels basketball team for practice last week.
- ONE CAROLINA
“To have a fan like Anthony is already an honor, so it only seems right to give him an experience that I would've loved as a kid."
-- Marcus Paige
Posted: Tuesday, February 11, 2014 11:45 pm
Updated: 9:32 am, Wed Feb 12, 2014.
For many fans of the University of North Carolina Tar Heels, this tumultuous basketball season has been a roller coaster of emotions. But for one student at Liberty Middle School, it’s been overwhelmingly great.
Anthony Hernandez is 12 years old and he is, in many ways, just like his friends. He’s outgoing, friendly and loves to tell jokes — but he has a unique perspective on life.
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 11:45 pm.
Updated: 9:32 am.