5 Angels Tournament remembers New Oxford teens killed in crash

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HANOVER, YORK COUNTY - For the 4th year, a soccer tournament remembers five New Oxford High School students who died in a car crash in December of 2011.

Support for the 5 Angels Memorial Tournament continues to increase each year.

It's held at the complex behind the UTZ factory in Hanover.

Flags flew for the 5 Angels as crowds remembered the five teens lost in the accident.

8 local high school aged boys and girls teams competed over the weekend.

It takes a lot of volunteers to make the event happen.

Organizing and working for the give angels keeps the bond between their five families very strong.

5 Angels Organizer, Margaret Sheridan says, "Our kids made up proud everyday.  They made us proud and now we are making them proud. I think working together, supporting each other, being there for each other.  Our attitude, our kids are together forever so, we're going to be together."

Over the years, the tournament has raised enough money to give 7 college scholarships and $12,000 to New Oxford's High School teams along with donations for other soccer based programs.

The winner of this year's girls tournament was South Western.

For the boys, New Oxford came out on top!

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