Local quarterbacks race through Towson Weis for charity

Quarterbacks from Towson High School, Calvert Hall College and Woodlawn High School competed Saturday morning to see who could collect the most non-perishable items for charity.

Towson's Ronje Wright, Calver Hall's Robert Jones and Woodlawn's James Keaton each were given a shopping cart and 60 seconds to run through the store gathering canned food, diapers, cereal boxes and other things. 

Keaton bested his competitors with $263.01 in food and other items. Wright was the runner up with $260.17 and Jones had $130.52.

To see more about the event, watch the video and flip through the photo gallery.

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