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Published on Mar 15, 2010
The stands are full of students in pajamas or costumes waiting for the early evening game. Faculty and staff sat behind the home team bench, many holding small children and explaining that soon the building was going to get very loud. Each year, the student body and community gather together for the most unique sports event of the school year: a men's basketball game with no cheering until Taylor's 10th point is scored. This year added a new twist, as the night was also a benefit for the ministry of Samaritan's Feet, an organization which provides shoes to children and adults in third-world nations. Two thousand dollars was raised at half-time as those in attendance texted a donation from their phones. Coach Paul Patterson even coached the game barefoot boost awareness.