Dodgeball tourney raises $500

By on February 17, 2016

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The dodgeball tournament has been a fixture at the Lititz Fire & Ice Festival for a number of years. This year’s event was held on Valentine’s Day, from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Warwick High School gym.

“The Super Dodgers, a seventh grade team of girls, won best costume,” said faculty tournament coordinator Lisa Gleason. “The Dunder Mifflin team won the high school division. There were a total of 18 teams playing on Valentine’s Day. Most of the teams played at least nine games, before the championship. The Lititz LEO Club and Interact raised over $500 for charity.”

 

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The Super Dodgers, a seventh grade team of girls, won best costume.

Chess, comprised of members of the high school chess team, came dressed for success.

Chess, comprised of members of the high school chess team, came dressed for success.

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A member of the Super Dodgers takes a hit with practiced finesse

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The Dunder Mifflin team won the high school division

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A member of Chess skillfully dodges a throw that could have knocked him out of the match

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The competition was fierce, but there could be only one winner.

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