The players pose for a group photo after the game.
WFSB's own sports director Joe Zone and anchor Dennis House prepare to shoot some hoop.
HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -
The charity game featuring Eyewitness News personalities and anchors from other Connecticut was held Saturday afternoon to spread awareness about preventing domestic violence.
WFSB's own sports director Joe Zone and anchor Dennis House played alongside other television personalities during the halftime of the Central Connecticut State University basketball game against Sacred Heart University.
The game was played to help benefit Interval House, which "has served victims of domestic violence - mostly women and children who were psychologically or physically battered by their partner," since 1977.
Former New York Mets and Boston Red Sox Manager Bobby Valentine and U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal were refs for the charity game.
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