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Congratulations to the Cudahy Police Department for the win in the 8th annual Battle of the Badges. Congratulations to the Make-A-Wish foundation of Wisconsin.
In a friendly game of basketball between rivals at Cudahy High School, the game was very evenly matched. In the end, the Cudahy Police basketball squad won 69 to 63.
The most important aspect of the game was the money raised for the Make-A-Wish foundation of Wisconsin.
Cudahy's K-9, Ezzo, along with Officer and Handler Brian Olson were in attendance.
Cudahy Fourth District Alderperson Jason Litkowiec was there along with Cudahy Police Chief Thomas D Poellot and South Milwaukee's Police Chief Ann Wellens.
I did not see Cudahy Mayor McCue in attendance.
Cudahy's Sgt Chris Blunt's family won the prize of a free sub each week from Cousins Subs. A big congratulations to the Blunt family.
Cousins Subs was the sponsor and had concessions on hand at the game. Even the Cousins Subs mascot was there for support and pictures.
The rematch game will be held on May 2nd, the Cudahy Police and Fire Departments will square off at 5pm in their annual battle. Members of the Cudahy School District faculty will play at 3pm on May 2nd. The proceeds for the May 2nd games will benefit Dennis LeDoux, a Cudahy Firefighter who was forced to retire following a duty incurred injury and who is still struggling from his injury.
Since 2002, Battle of the Badges has raised $20,187 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.