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Monday, August 8, 2011

Painting the Wall

The Wyandotte Roosevelt High School football team in Michigan has a tradition of painting a wall before the start of the season.

On the night of their virtue camp, the Seniors decided to go for it. They were going to spend the night sleeping on the field and they wanted to surprise their teammates with the wall done.

While they were painting the police showed up wondering what was going on. They ended up using their light to shine on the wall so the kids could paint it. 

Seeing players get creative - awesome.

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