Citizens for Health & Wellness of Morgan County brought donkey basketball to the court of Stover High School Monday night, March 4.
Four teams played in a mini-tournament.
In the first game, A-1 Pump Co. (red shirts) took on The Po-Po Morgan Sheriff's Dept. team (blue shirts) with The Po-Po winning.
Faculty from the two Morgan County schools - R-I Stover and R-II Versailles - competed in the second game with Stover coming out on top.
The battle for the championship was a draw with the Stover faculty and The Po-Po tied at the end of a 4 minute game in a score of zero to zero.
Half-time entertainment included a game of musical donkeys (like musical chairs) with volunteers from the audience.
The evening of family fun raised money for the not-for-profit organization. After helping to bring a federally qualified health center to Morgan County in 2011 - Prairie Hills Clinic in Versailles - the organization now serves those in need by providing vouchers for health care when needed.
A-1 Pump: Jason Huffman, A-1 Pump; Scott Bauer, Stover Milling; Alan Bellis, Morgan County Road and Bridge; Trey Marriott, Rocking M Ranch; Nick Palmer; Jason Schulz, National TV Sales and Rental; and Shawn Viebrock, Viebrock Fencing
The Po-Po: Chief Deputy Tim Harlin, Cpl. Skyler Viebrock, Lt. Mike Nienhuis, Lt. Cody Worthley, Deputy Chad Boles, Deputy Ryan Hoffa, Officer Eric Hedrick and Officer Dylan Rex
Morgan County R-1 Stover: John French, superintendent; Jeffrey Backe, high school counselor; Kim Smith, high school special education teacher; Jerry Fagg, high school health teacher, cross country track and junior high girls basketball coach; Jessica Smith, elementary reading coach; Michael Marriott, high school principal; B.J. Adams, high school alternative teacher and baseball coach; Darci Winters, kindergarten teacher; Chris Witte, high school social studies teacher, junior high boys basketball and soccer coach; and Sunday Unger, elementary counselor
Morgan County R-2 Versailles: Sara Moon, elementary counselor; Michael Fischer, 3rd grade teacher; Chad Murphy, high school agriculture teacher; Carmen Nolting, middle school computers; Katy Phillips, middle school math teacher and volleyball coach; Ashley Bruce, pre-school teacher; and Dana Schad, preschool paraprofessional