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Kailey Hahn, Staffer

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Annual faculty basketball game will be held Friday, March 10 during advocate. The game will be the final event in the Pennies for Patients campaign and tickets will be two dollars.

“I hope that the entire school will be able to see the impact we have had over the past several weeks raising money for LLS,” student council sponsor Madi Houston said. “Every penny counts.”

For the first time the winners from the faculty game will play against varsity girls and boys mixed. Former player nurse Jan Carpenter, whose team has a 2-0 record, looks forward to getting the crowd involved.

“Just plan on having some fun while raising funds for a great cause,” Carpenter said. “See you at the game.”

 

Team White:

Rachael Hobbs

Max Lee

Sam Rodriguez

Travis Moore

Sam Clark

Dan LaPaglia

Lori McDonald

Josh Haug

 

Team Orange:

Katie Kistner

Mike Hilsabeck

Robert Mossman

Daniel Andrews

Carlos Martinez

Beau Smith

Megan Norvil

Jan Carpenter

Josh Morton

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