HOOPS FOR HUNGER DONATIONS -- Members of the Woodsville High School girls junior varsity basketball team -- from left, Brittany Derrington, Courtney Derrington, Nikita Duling, Mariah Corliss, Elizabeth Blouin and Brianna Robbins -- are shown with their coach Jesse Oakes, at right, and Beth Dickey at the girls varsity and JV basketball games on Jan. 25. Admission to the games -- $421.75, along with 285 pounds of food -- was collected and donated to the Woodsville Food Pantry, as part of the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association (NHIAA) "Hoops For Hunger" Program, promoted by the NHIAA Baskteball Committee.
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