ROCK HILL, S.C. - Fans could be paying more to catch a football game at Rock Hill schools this fall.
Officials are looking at raising ticket prices because of increasing operations costs.
The cost of a ticket would increase from $6 to $7 a game.
Schools say the football teams' proceeds are barely covering their costs.
Some school board members are worried the price is getting too high for families to afford.
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