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PHOTOS: Cops, kids in dodgeball tourney to benefit Moszer, Schumacher families

FARGO - This wasn't your ordinary dodgeball match. Fargo South High School students took to the courts on Sunday to duke it out with a team of Fargo police officers. It was part of a dodgeball tournament to raise money for the family of fallen Fa...

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Fargo Police Officer Wes Libner, right, laughs with other officers during a dodgeball tounament to benefit the Moszer and Shumacher families at Fargo South High School on Sunday, March 6, 2016. Rick Abbott / The Forum

FARGO – This wasn't your ordinary dodgeball match. 

Fargo South High School students took to the courts on Sunday to duke it out with a team of Fargo police officers.

It was part of a dodgeball tournament to raise money for the family of fallen Fargo officer Jason Moszer and the family of the deceased suspect, Marcus Schumacher.

The officers, playing under the team name of "Wild Hogs," didn't win the tournament, but money raised from the event will go to help the families.

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