Victor Arnold, left, of Boca Raton, split first prize with Marshall Weinberg of Davie in a tournament to raise money for parents’ quarters at a children’s hospital supported by former Marlins star Jeff Conine, center.
Victor Arnold, left, of Boca Raton, split first prize with Marshall Weinberg of Davie in a tournament to raise money for parents’ quarters at a children’s hospital supported by former Marlins star Jeff Conine, center. Impact Players
Victor Arnold, left, of Boca Raton, split first prize with Marshall Weinberg of Davie in a tournament to raise money for parents’ quarters at a children’s hospital supported by former Marlins star Jeff Conine, center. Impact Players

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