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Live United Bowl football players pack 40,000 sweet potatoes for Harvest Texarkana

by Erin DeBlanc | December 1, 2022 at 10:00 p.m. | Updated December 2, 2022 at 9:23 a.m.
Latrell Blakey, Keelen Chilton, Marquis Gray and Alex Reeder of Southeastern Oklahoma State University football team participate in sweet potato packing on Thursday evening at Harvest Texarkana Regional Food Bank. Approximately 170 players from Southeastern Oklahoma State and Emporia State raced one another to pack over 40,000 sweet potatoes and will be competing with one another again this weekend in this year's Live United Bowl game. The Live United Bowl has raised over $48,000 for United Way of Greater Texarkana since the inaugural game in 2013. The game is scheduled for a noon kickoff Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022, at Arkansas High School's Razorback Stadium. (Staff photo by Erin DeBlanc)

TEXARKANA, Ark., -- Latrell Blakey, Keelen Chilton, Marquis Gray and Alex Reeder of Southeastern Oklahoma State University football team participate in sweet potato packing on Thursday evening at Harvest Texarkana Regional Food Bank. Approximately 170 players from Southeastern Oklahoma State and Emporia State raced one another to pack over 40,000 sweet potatoes and will be competing with one another again this weekend in this year's Live United Bowl game. The Live United Bowl has raised over $48,000 for United Way of Greater Texarkana since the inaugural game in 2013. The game is scheduled for a noon kickoff Saturday, Dec. 3, 2022, at Arkansas High School's Razorback Stadium.

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