Dodgeball tourney raises money for Intersection

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On the afternoon of Saturday, Nov. 10, teams of RBHS students and Intersection members gathered for an intense dodgeball tournament. Each team paid 50 dollars to play, and with a total of six teams, the tournament raised $300 for the Intersection, an “after-school and community program that RBRO volunteers at Monday-Friday from 5:00-6:30 p.m.,” junior RBRO co-President Kelsey Harper said. Whether color-coordinated, face-painted or adorned simply in sheer dodgeball talent, the teams played fierce games and all for a good cause.

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