Bucks, McDonald’s hosting contest during Saturday’s game

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MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Bucks and McDonald's restaurants are offering five school principals a chance to raise $100,000 for their schools during halftime at the Bucks game Saturday, April 7th.

One of those principals is Tanzanique Carrington of Hartford University School in Milwaukee. If Carrington can make a half-court shot, the Hartford University School on the UW-Milwaukee campus will get $100,000.

During a practice session held Wednesday, April 4th, Carrington got some help from students, the Hartford University School, Bucks' mascot Bango and Ronald McDonald.

The principals will receive money for layups made and three-pointers made, but if one hits a half-court shot, the school gets $100,000 spread over five years.

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