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Outlook students, teachers play Telemiracle hockey game

Yearly game in Outlook pits kids vs adults in fun, raucous setting.
Photo: Derek Ruttle/The Outlook

OUTLOOK - Ending their school week in style were students and teachers from Outlook High School, who got together down at the Jim Kook Rec Plex on Friday afternoon, February 16 to play an annual event aimed at raising funds.

The Telemiracle hockey game, played every year between teams of students against a roster of teachers and community residents, brought out a number of people who came to watch kids take on their adult leaders.

The game was a fairly even affair as the students managed to tie things up at four apiece, which took the action up to another level. Every manuever and play was matched by the other roster, and everyone on the ice knew that this game was purely about having fun for a good cause.

In the end, the teachers and community residents managed to notch ahead on the scoreboard, and by the time it was over, they were the victors over the students at a score of 7-5.

The Telemiracle hockey game kicks off the week-long winter break for students every February.