|NHS dodgeball tourney nets $1,000 for Kurtis Huss Memorial|
|Written by Holyoke Enterprise|
Twenty-five teams marked an all-time high in the seventh annual dodgeball tournament sponsored by the Holyoke High School chapter of National Honor Society.
Funds earned from team entries and spectator tickets Friday, Nov. 15 netted $1,000 for the Kurtis Huss Memorial Scholarship fund.
Huss, who was a former member of NHS at Holyoke High School, lost his battle to cancer this past August, at the age of 25.
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Yo Mama team won the championship over the Haxtun Bulldogs in Friday night’s benefit dodgeball tournament sponsored by the HHS National Honor Society chapter. Members of the championship Yo Mama team are pictured from left, Trevor Dalton, Bradley Cumming, Jesus Hermosillo, Ryan Krogmeier, Logan Tharp, Ben Sumners and Jaydin Goldenstein. Tharp and Dalton are repeats from the 2012 championship team called the Flavor Savers.
Best-dressed honors at the Nov. 15 dodgeball tournament benefit went to the Golden Girls team, with members pictured from left, Al Strauss, Ted O’Neal, Troy Stewart, Jeff Michael, Randy Owens, Kevin Humphreys and Ryan Oliver.