Vince Payne Autism Game sees Rangers top Circleville

Messenger photos by Pat Donahue
The third annual Vince Payne Autism Game – named for the late Vince Payne for his many years of commitment and hard work surrounding autism awareness – was held Jan. 30 at Hamilton Township High School. For the game it is a tradition to swap the Rangers’ green and gold colors for blue, as shown here with the Ranger cheerleaders. The Rangers boys varsity basketball team came away with a 78-68 win over Circleville. The annual event helps Hamilton Schools raise autism awareness.
Hamilton Township sophomore Jovon McBride works his way to the hoop for two of his game leading 26 points in the Jan. 30 Vince Payne Autism Game held at Hamilton Township High School leading the way to a 78-68 victory for the Rangers over Circleville.
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