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Donkey Basketball


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The Donkeys made their big return to Carbon County for the third annual Donkey Basketball games at Carbon High School on Friday evening.

The Carbon High Future Farmers of America helped put on the event which saw a big crowd come out to watch two games including a team made up of individuals from Price against a group from Helper. The second game pitted a Carbon team against a team from Emery.

The group of Donkeys traveled far to Price from Entiat, Wash., as part of Donkey Sports, Inc. The company travels around the western U.S. participating in basketball and baseball events.

Jacie Pressett, an FFA advisor and teacher at Carbon High, said the event was very successful with the high attendance.

"This was the best its been since we started three years ago," said Pressett. "It's become a great event in the community."

Pressett said the money raised from the event will allow the FFA group at Carbon High to pay for the registration of participants at all events as well as acquiring educational materials and much more.

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