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.
High school football ticket prices could increase in Rock Hill
Charges brought after man found dead at uptown apartment complex, police say
One dead in crash on Albemarle Road in Charlotte.
Man charged with striking 1-year-old in hit-and-run in north Charlotte,…
Reports: Comey knew Clinton email info was fake, created by Russia