Dickinson claims Pick ‘Em victory

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SANDPOINT — With more than 70 local readers signed up for the free Pro Football Pick ‘Em contest sponsored by the Daily Bee, Sandpoint High School vice principal Derek Dickinson emerged as the winner of the first week’s $25 gift card.

The Raiders fan tied with Scott Peacock and Karl Green by picking 11 games correctly, but won the first week prize by virtue of the Monday night scoring tie-breaker. The three are the clubhouse leaders for the grand prize, as well.

Don’t miss the chance to win a weekly prize of a $25 Visa gift card, as well as the grand prize of a two-night stay at Kootenai River Casino with a spa/food/drink credit, and possibly a national prize of a trip for two to Hawaii.

If you haven’t already signed up, it’s not too late. Simply register, then go online each week and make your pick for each NFL game, with no point spreads.

To register, go online to the Daily Bee’s website at bonnercountydailybee.com/profootball.

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