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STOUGHTON HIGH ATHLETES VS. HUNGER
Stoughton High Athletic Director Ryan Donahue was proud of "Stoughton Athletes vs. Hunger", an event that took place a few weeks ago. As we approach Thanksgiving, it's a wonderful story about how Stoughton's athletic teams banded together to collect food for the Stoughton Food Pantry. Each of the school's teams competed against one another and over 1100 items were collected for those in need.
The idea for "Athletes vs. Hunger" came from Stoughton High's Volleyball Coach Ken Gay. Donahue credits him not only for coming up with the idea, but for really being the leader in getting it off the ground, and up and running.
The football team might have finished last, but they were busy finishing on the cusp of the Division III Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium! The team with the most donations was volleyball with 355 items, followed closely by field hockey with 350. The total donation equaled 1114 items. Adds Donahue, "I feel we accomplished everything we set out to do, reaching a successful outcome."
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(Story by Mark Snyder. Information & Photos courtesy of Ryan Donahue)