Big cheque: Staff and students from St. Augustine School raised nearly $1,500 for the school’s Good Samaritan Fund at the 10th annual Goodwill Cup hosted at the Ponoka Culture and Recreation Complex on Dec. 19. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Student finally win Goodwill Cup

St. Augustine School fundraiser takes in nearly $1,500

Got dumped?: Even with some innovative and not-so-legal tactics, the team of teachers and helpers from St. Augustine School lost to the students for the first time at the 10th annual Goodwill Cup on Dec. 19. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Big cheque: Staff and students from St. Augustine School raised nearly $1,500 for the school’s Good Samaritan Fund at the 10th annual Goodwill Cup hosted at the Ponoka Culture and Recreation Complex on Dec. 19. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Scrambling for a big win: The selected team of students from St. Augustine School were all over the team of staff and helpers for most of the 10th annual Goodwill Cup contest on Dec. 19, managing to secure the students’ first ever victory by a score of 9-3. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Penalty shot stopped: The St. Augustine School student team’s goaltender forced this shot by the teachers’ team on this penalty shot awarded during the first half of the 10th annual Goodwill Cup on Dec. 19. That save, along with some great scoring led the students to their first-ever victory by a count of 9-3. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

By Jordie Dwyer

St. Augustine School fundraiser takes in nearly $1,500

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Scrambling for a big win: The selected team of students from St. Augustine School were all over the team of staff and helpers for most of the 10th annual Goodwill Cup contest on Dec. 19, managing to secure the students’ first ever victory by a score of 9-3. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

Penalty shot stopped: The St. Augustine School student team’s goaltender forced this shot by the teachers’ team on this penalty shot awarded during the first half of the 10th annual Goodwill Cup on Dec. 19. That save, along with some great scoring led the students to their first-ever victory by a count of 9-3. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

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