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Holy Hoops At Saint Mary's Central High School

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It was a battle for bragging rights tonight during the 5th annual Holy Hoops at Saint Mary's Central High School in Bismarck.

The Saint Mary Senior Boys took on the "Senior Citizens," which is a team consisting of some of the most "faithful" faculty members, including Father Josh Waltz.

Father fittingly was wearing the Jersey number "777," for tonight's match up.

Early in the game it was a struggle for the Saint Mary Boys, as the "Senior Citizens" were sinking one three pointer after another.

For many the game is all about having a good time, but for others it's about defending last years victory.

<<"Oh we're looking for the victory, we got the youth on our side and our passion buckets are overflowing so you know we're looking for the win," Andrew Wolf said.

"I don't care who wins, as long as nobody gets hurt and it's a good time, it's a huge builder for the community, for the students and the faculty, just everyone having a good time, so I don't care who wins, but I think we will," Father Josh Waltz said.>>

The senior boys did win last year, but tonight the "Senior Citizens" took home the victory.

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