The annual Power 92 Jammers charity game for the Arkadelphia Badger basketball program was another huge success, according to Badger head coach Donald Williams.

"I think it went great," he said. "It was a good game, and we had a good turnout."

The Jammers faced off against the Party Ballers, defeating the local team 115-105.

The game raised an estimated $2,000 for the basketball program, Williams said.

There were several groups and businesses that were instrumental to the success of the event.

"The boy's basketball parents were a huge help," Williams said.

Sponsors for the event included Allen's BBQ, Brookshires, Recognition Services, Greater Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, Klean Inc., Southwest Sporting Goods, Chicken Express, Subway, Pizza Hut, D&H 10-Minit Lube, Walmart, Jostens-Eddie Arnold, Alanna McNeese and Goza Heating and Plumbing.

"We couldn't have done it without their help," Williams concluded.