Students and staff clash in dodgeball tournament


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Gift giving in style.

In honor of former teacher Mr. Edward Councilor, on December 8, Kearsley staff and students participated in a friendly game of dodgeball.

All of the funds from this game went to helping Kearsley Christmas charities.

Mr. Councilor was heavily involved with the Toys For Tots nonprofit and believed in helping the Kearsley community during what can be hard times for many.

To start out the game freshman and juniors went head to head, by the end the juniors outnumbered the freshman and the juniors managed to take the win by the last few seconds of the game, leaving with a score of 1-0.

Sophomores took on the seniors. Sophomores and seniors ended the first two rounds with a tie.

With anticipation in the air, the seniors broke the tie on the third round with a score of 2-1.

The seniors and juniors were ready to battle it out against each other.

Going against each other, seniors take round one right from under the juniors feet, but the juniors took advantage of their chance to redeem themselves in round two.

The juniors claimed the win against the seniors, with a score of 2-1.

The staff had an opportunity to take on students.

The juniors take the first round putting the score at 1-0.

The staff took round two tying both teams, everyone is on edge in the tie-breaker match, but the juniors stood their ground.

Juniors won the final game, breaking the tie 2-1.

This dodgeball game was classic lighthearted fun and Kearsley raised over $1000 to go towards their Christmas charities.