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Slip, sliding away (PHOTO SLIDESHOW)

By: Kevin Harnack//November 17, 2014//

Slip, sliding away (PHOTO SLIDESHOW)

By: Kevin Harnack//November 17, 2014//

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Fifteen teams competed in the annual Milwaukee Broomball Classic on Saturday at the Milwaukee School of Engineering’s Kern Center.

About 200 people took part in the 12th annual event, which raised about $6,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee.

Broomball uses plays and strategies from soccer and ice hockey. Players use a stick with a broom-shaped head to move a 6-inch diameter ball across the ice. Players wear shoes, not skates, on the slippery ice.

Staff photos by Kevin Harnack

A team of employees of Glendale-based Johnson Controls Inc. watches from the sidelines as a teammate moves the ball up the rink.

Bob Firkus, an employee of Miron Construction Co. Inc., Neenah, tangles with Jacoby Hernick while battling for control of the ball.

Members of team from Fond du Lac-based J.F. Ahern Co. wait to take to the ice.

Dan Graham falls while going up against Dani Rauter, an employee of Greenfire Management Services LLC, Milwaukee.


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