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Charity game to raise funds for automated defibrillators

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WALKER COUNTY, GA (WRCB) -

At Ridgeland High School, Thursday night, it was boys versus girls for a good cause.

Baseball players were pitted against softball players to raise money to purchase automated defibrillators for the school.

Photojournalist Scott Mottern caught the action.

If you'd like to help Ridgeland High School get those life saving devices contact Tucker Hill.

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