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Battle of Dogwood Street resumes

Battle of Dogwood Street resumes: Crosstown rivals Carihi Tyees and Timberline Wolves clash on Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the Timberline gym. Admission to this senior boys basketball bash is free but bring a donation to the Food Bank and you’ll be entered to win a raffle prize. And if the action on the court isn’t intense enough, there will be half time concession contests. Any former Carihi and Timberline students in town are encouraged to come out and cheer on their alma mater. Just remember to wear your school colours – if you dare! - Mirror file photo
Battle of Dogwood Street resumes: Crosstown rivals Carihi Tyees and Timberline Wolves clash on Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the Timberline gym. Admission to this senior boys basketball bash is free but bring a donation to the Food Bank and you’ll be entered to win a raffle prize. And if the action on the court isn’t intense enough, there will be half time concession contests. Any former Carihi and Timberline students in town are encouraged to come out and cheer on their alma mater. Just remember to wear your school colours – if you dare!
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Crosstown rivals Carihi Tyees and Timberline Wolves clash on Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the Timberline gym.

Admission to this senior boys basketball bash is free but bring a donation to the Food Bank and you’ll be entered to win a raffle prize. And if the action on the court isn’t intense enough, there will be half time concession contests. Any former Carihi and Timberline students in town are encouraged to come out and cheer on their alma mater. Just remember to wear your school colours – if you dare!

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