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Harlem Ambassadors raise spirits, funds
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When Judge Bill Locke signed up to play in a charity basketball game Tuesday night, he didn’t know he’d be a target when the game turned into a wrestling match.Locke was on his back when he received a big splash and then an elbow drop before getting pinned for the three count.That was just one of the many antics that took place at Warren County High School when the Harlem Ambassadors came to town for a fundraiser to benefit the Children’s Advocacy Center.The event was as much a comedy routine as it was a basketball game with frequent breaks in the action for dancing, jokes, and even a football game.Locke was singled out several times, but the judge took it all in stride with a smile on his face and a few dance moves up his sleeve.“Look at this guy,” said Harlem Ambassador ringleader Lade Majic. “He’s got the salt and pepper thing going on with his hair. He’s bringing sexy back.”On cue, Locke took the opportunity to shake his booty as the crowd erupted in laughter.