PHOTOS: Ferndale High School Staff Wins Dodgeball Showdown With Police

Check out these photos of the charity game on Thursday night.

A team of staff members from won 3-2 in an hourlong dodgeball showdown against at a .

The teams played best of five games – the high school staff won 3-2, but agreed to a sixth game it they also won. The school team was led by soon-to-retire FHS Principal Herb Ivory and the police team was led by Police Chief Tim Collins.

Special guest referee Jimmy King of the Michigan Fab Five and the NBA officiated along with retired FHS teacher John Bassier and Judge Chuck Goedert.

The event benefits the Eagles Pledge, a small group of parents, community members and administrators with the initiative to provide or facilitate financial resources and support services to help graduates of FHS pursue their dream of a post-secondary education.

For more photos and information, visit www.ferndaleschools.org and check out the district's most recent newsletter.

Kristin April 01, 2012 at 04:35 PM
What do the High School's shirts say??


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