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Boardman High School hosts volleyball tourney to encourage good decision making

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BOARDMAN TWP., Ohio - Boardman High School hosted a volleyball tournament to encourage good decision making.

Students Against Destructive Decisions held the tournament made up of 19 teams, all competing for the championship prize.

The Boardman Parent-Teacher-Student Association also helped organize the tournament to bring awareness to the harm of drugs.

"Our theme this year is 'I've got better things to do than drugs.' This year we've had a really big turnout. We've done the event now for over 10 years. This year we had 152 students," said Elisabeth Miller, SADD Advisor.

Tournament winners received $5 Dunkin' Donuts gift cards and a chance to play against their teachers.

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