The odds were in Surrey School's favor during the Hunger Games Food Drive.
The competition lasted 3 months with the Mustangs defeating the Aggies by more than 1 thousand donations.
The clutch move came from Surrey's seniors as they raised more than 13 hundred items.
A leader of their class said it's fun to win, but more importantly it's all for a good cause.
(Kali Miller, Surrey Senior) "Our first big donation we gave to Our Lady of Grace, and now we have another big donation that we're going to ask other food pantries to see if they would like it. I know Velva gave theirs to theirs to their local food pantry so they helped out Velva a lot, and we are helping out Minot."
Now that the food drive is over the two schools will battle in a second round with an emphasis on physical activities.
The winner of those games will be crowned the ultimate champion.