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Pressure to pay

As high schools scramble to fund sports, some students still owe last year’s fees Students can’t play until bills cleared up

Garin Veris, a former New England Patriots defensive end and currrent Haverhill High School athletic director, introduces Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek to some of his athletes at a Jaffarian car dealership, a major sponsor of the high school athletic program. Garin Veris, a former New England Patriots defensive end and currrent Haverhill High School athletic director, introduces Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek to some of his athletes at a Jaffarian car dealership, a major sponsor of the high school athletic program. (Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff)
By Rich Fahey
Globe Correspondent / August 26, 2010

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When he played for the New England Patriots , defensive end Garin Veris made his living chasing down quarterbacks, earning 36 sacks in six seasons. (Full article: 961 words)

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