PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. - Arnold and Mosley high schools took on a unique challenge of endurance Tuesday evening.
Both school's basketball teams participated in the "Whataburger Challenge" in Panama City Beach.
Those up for the competition took on various challenges like finishing an extra large order of fries quickest.
Competitors were required to keep their hands on the Whataburger coolers while executing the string of elimination tactics.
Mosley high school took home the gold at the end of the competition.
The school's basketball team received one thousand dollars and Isaiah Wright won free a Whataburger each week for a whole year.
Mosley High School's basketball team won an additional five hundred dollars for bringing the most fans to support their team.
"We are a family owned company, and it's really important to us that we really serve the communities that we live in. We find that specifically doing that through the schools and our youth is really important," Sarah white, Whataburger brand development coordinator, said.
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