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Marketing challenge is a diamond for kids

Scotia-Glenville High School students were selling $1 tickets for a "perfect pitch" game, near the cafeteria. People can win $100 if they throw a ball through the hole from 30 feet away. Here student Kettrick Bailey tries his hand at the toss on Friday morning
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Scotia-Glenville High School students were selling $1 tickets for a "perfect pitch" game, near the cafeteria. People can win $100 if they throw a ball through the hole from 30 feet away. Here student Kettrick Bailey tries his hand at the toss on Friday morning
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Matchups of schools competing in the Real World Marketing Challenge • Amsterdam vs. Schenectady • Duanesburg vs. Middleburgh • Chatham vs. Taconic Hills • Galway vs. Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville • Jamestown vs. Sewanahaka • North Rose-Wolcott vs. Red Creek • Scotia-Glenville vs. Coxsackie-Athens Area high school students are finding out what it takes to get people out to the ball game. While the excitement and competition of varsity football and basketball often attracts big crowds, baseball ...


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