RBRO Participates in the Intersection Dodgeball Tournament


Kelsey Harper

This Saturday, Nov. 10, we had five RBHS teams competing in a Dodgeball Tournament to raise money for the Intersection, an after school program that RBRO volunteers at Monday-Friday. We had a great turn out and raised $300. The five teams were all in pursuit of the same goal, a golden toilet seat. The matches were vicious; we played the best three out of five games. First up were the two sophomore teams battling it out for the chance to play the Journalism team. Gabriel Gassmann’s team of sophomores proved their skills in a 3 to 1 victory. Then the Sneaky Ferrets led by Aniqa Rahman played Team Awesome led by Stephen Turban. The Sneaky Ferrets used their tricky weasel skills and won a decided 3 to 1 game victory. The Journalism team then played the Sophomore team for a shot at the finals. Unfortunately the sophomores again won and sailed into the final round verses the Sneaky Ferrets. In a nail-biting finale the sophomores beat the Sneaky Ferrets three games to two games. Although my team did not win, ousted by the Sneaky Ferrets in our first round, this tournament was great fun for a great cause.
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