Vince Payne’s Autism Shootout

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Vince Payne’s Autism Shootout
The Hamilton Township Rangers enter the gym sporting their special blue t-shirts for Vince Payne’s Autism Shootout. The annual event is in its 11th year, but only the second bearing the name of the former Hamilton Township public relations director who put so much effort into it prior to his passing in 2021. This year’s event on Jan. 24 featured the girls varsity basketball team for the first time in a match up against Teays Valley. Teays Valley came out on top 58-24.
Hamilton Township cheerleaders were dressed in blue during the Jan. 24 Vince Payne’s Autism Shootout to help raise funds and awareness for students with autism.
Hamilton Township senior Lilly Kasprzak looks on as fellow senior Ziann Payne makes a steal and takes the ball to the other end for two of her 10 points, in a Jan. 24 girls varsity basketball game at home against Teays Valley.
Hamilton Township senior Morgan Fannin was determined to get the loose ball during the Jan. 24 matchup with Teays Valley held at Hamilton Township. Teays Valley won 58-24.
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