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Trophies Awarded By Clarkstown DARE At Annual Hoops Classic

New City Elementary School was the winning girls basketball team at the Annual Fall Basketball Classic in Clarkstown. Photo Credit: Facebook
Woodglen Elementary School was the winning boys basketball team at the Annual Fall Basketball Classic in Clarkstown. Photo Credit: Facebook
Clarkstown Police DARE Unit held its event at Felix Festa Middle School Photo Credit: Cindy Capitani

CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. — More than 120 middle school students shot hoops Sundat in an event sponsored by the Clarkstown Police DARE Unit.

The Annual Fall Basketball Classic was held at Felix Festa Middle School, giving students a chance to experience teamwork, sportsmanship and community. Police officers Mark Robinson and Norman Peters headed the event.

The winning boys team was from Woodglen Elementary School, and included Chris and Mike Salerno, Robert Kramer and Matt Siegel.

The winning girls team was from New City Elementary School, and included Hannah McKiverkin, Sydney Ferst, Aila Dervisevic and Joy Gendy. 

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