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Phil Oates hits halfcourt shot as WMS faculty defeats eighth-graders, 66-64, in overtime in Pennies for Patients fund-raiser.

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In case you missed the rematch basketball game between the Watertown Middle School faculty and staff against a team of eighth-graders, you missed Ms. Shock’s hair color reveal, a raffle winner from halfcourt, and an overtime game-winner from just as far by Phil Oates for a 66-64 decision. The annual  game raises money for Pennies for Patients and is played at Watertown High School.

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