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Photo by Deven Aruda

The second day of Spring Spirit Week ended with the junior team beating the freshmen for first place in dodgeball. At the end of the match, the players all congratulated each other on a great game.

Juniors take first for dodgeball

January 31, 2017

In the final game of dodgeball, the juniors came out on top, beating the freshmen.

The large crowd of dodgeball supporters cheered as the classes competed for first.
Photo by Deven Aruda
The large crowd of dodgeball supporters cheered as the classes competed for first.

The seven-minute game was heated as both classes wanted to acquire the bragging rights and the points that came with the win.

A large crowd gathered eagerly, waiting to see if their class would win.

One crowd member, junior Jadelyn Carillo, said,”It was intense and amazing to watch.”

The game was aggressive from start to finish as the teams beaned balls non-stop. When the last freshman was hit, the game ended, and the juniors got the 750-point award. The freshmen got 625 points.

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