Photo Gallery: Lawler vs. Lopez go head to head AP psychology dodgeball tournament

Mr. Lawler and Mrs. Lopez's AP psychology classes get ready to face off in a dodgeball tournament
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Mr. Lawler and Mrs. Lopez’s AP psychology classes get ready to face off in a dodgeball tournament
Round one of the Lawler vs. Lopez tournament was about to get started.
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Round one of the Lawler vs. Lopez tournament was about to get started.
Mr. Lawler talks to one of his teams before they get ready to play.
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Mr. Lawler and Mrs. Lopez go over the rules before starting the game. 
Mr. Lawler pep talks one of his teams before they go out and play.
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Mr. Lawler pep talks one of his teams before they go out and play.
The game started and the first to reach the dodgeball's were Brady Lay(11) and Philip Fazio(11) of Mrs. Lopez team.
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The game started and the first to reach the dodgeball’s were Brady Lay(11) and Philip Fazio(11) of Mrs. Lopez team.
Using their strategy skills, Philip and Brady push the dodgeball's back to their teammates.
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Using their strategy skills, Philip and Brady push the dodgeball’s back to their teammates.
Mr. Lawler gets into the dodgeball tournament to help out his team.
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Mr. Lawler gets into the dodgeball tournament to help out his team.
Mrs. Lopez's team gets focused into the game to try and get opponents out.
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Mrs. Lopez’s team gets focused into the game to try and get opponents out.
Jake McCaw(11) uses his baseball strength to try and get Lawler kids out.
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Jake McCaw(11) uses his baseball strength to try and get Lawler kids out.
As the teams are getting smaller, Lopez students get ready to target Mr. Lawler team.
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As the teams are getting smaller, Lopez students get ready to target Mr. Lawler team.
Lawler students Dakota Creemens(11) and Myles Smith(11) strategize to try and get Lopez students out of the game.
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Lawler students Dakota Creemens(11) and Myles Smith(11) strategize to try and get Lopez students out of the game.