Norman police, firefighters score for charity in annual football game

Norman police and firefighters earned money for Compassion Pointe, a nonprofit agency that serves the homeless and victims of domestic abuse, in the annual Guns and Hoses football game at Norman North High School.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: November 1, 2012
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— Police and firefighters clashed for a good cause Tuesday in the annual Guns and Hoses charity football game.

This year's game at Norman North High School benefited Compassion Pointe, a nonprofit organization that serves the homeless and victims of domestic violence.

Firefighters won with a score of 54-14.


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