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‘Booster Battle’ raises needed funds

November 19, 2013
The Inter-Mountain

Everyone walked away a winner following the Country Roads Physical Therapy "Booster Battle."

The boys and girls athletic programs of Buckhannon-Upshur High School received a total of $365 following the Oct. 11 battle held during the Buckhannon-Upshur Homecoming football game against Hampshire County.

Country Roads Physical Therapy set up two areas outside the front entrance, one for girls and one for boys, to sell pulled pork sandwiches.

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Bobby Oliverio, doctor of Physical Therapy and Buckhannon clinic director, presents a $365 check to Randall Roy, Buckhannon Upshur High School athletic director, following the girls versus boys booster battle. (Submitted photo)

The group that sold the most sandwiches received a match donation from Country Roads Physical Therapy.

The boys won the battle by selling 54 sandwiches during the game.

Jaws BBQ! was hired by Country Roads Physical Therapy to provided pulled pork sandwiches for the kids to sell.

A sandwich and drink were available for $5 each.

Nearly 100 pulled pork meals were sold.

"Country Roads takes pride in being an active part of its community, and we know these donations will be put to good use," co-owner Michael Barkley said.

For more information about Country Roads Physical Therapy, visit



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