Greenwich and raised $1,000 for the Scholarship Fund on Sunday by reviving a venerable athletic grudge match, on the west side of town.
The police vs. fire hockey game at the Dorothy Hamill Skating Rink, reportedly organized by Community and Police Partnership Officer Dan Palladino, represents a return to traditional sporting matches between the rival emergency responders in the name of raising money for charity.
“In a tight-fought game, the Greenwich Police Department prevailed winning 3-2,” Palladino said in a press release. “The Greenwich Police Department was led by Kyle O'Neill who scored two goals and was named the Most Valuable Player. The Greenwich Fire Department was led by Keith Mallatte who registered a goal and an assist.”
Go here for more information on the parks department's Scholarship Fund.