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West Orange High School Dodgeball Tournament "Dodges, Ducks, Dips, and Dives" For Causes

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Peyton Smith (L) with Hayden Moore and Steve Zichella (R) with 'Andrei Wasn't Offsides,' the Dodgeball Tournament champions. Credits: Cynthia Cumming
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WOPD's Team Groves took second place. Most of the team also graduated from WOHS. Credits: Cynthia Cumming
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WEST ORANGE, NJ - The annual West Orange High School (WOHS) Dodgeball Tournament on May 4 "Dodged, Ducked, Dipped and Dived" to raise funds for the Principal's Scholarship and several "Relay for Life" teams.

Team "Andrei Wasn't Offsides" took first place in the tournament and went undefeated. Team members included Natalie Nevins, Kiara Machuca, Dillon Reitberger, Andrei Rosu, Jonathan Banks and Russell Hoffer.

Second place went to Team Groves, with West Orange Police Department team members Officers Edwin Diaz, Anthony Piserchio, Robert Krimmel, Jeff Krimmel, Sean Kelly, Patrick Hanson, and Vincent Manzella. High school teams and the West Orange Fire Department also participated in the tournament.

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The Principal's Scholarship received $930 from team entrance fees; WOHS Senior Matti Touzeau's Relay for Life team received over $200 from attendance fees, and the Junior ROTC Relay for Life Team received all proceeds from food, beverage and snack sales.

See all the photos from the WOHS Dodgeball Tournament here

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