Loggers win Wildcat Travel Club Cornhole Tourney


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The Loggers pose with the Wildcat Travel Club after winning first place in the tournament. All winners donated their prize money back to the club.
By Shari Harris

Co-Publisher

Ten adult teams and one youth team competed Saturday, June 6, in a fundraising Cornhole Tournament for the Wildcat Travel Club. 
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One youth team entered the tournament, the Cornadoes, shown here with Travel Club members.
Teams with unique names competed for prize money in the afternoon shade of Deer Lick Park. Teams included: The Loggers, The Porters, Cooper Creek, ES Beauty, Cooking, Shuck Dynasty, Twisted Carrot, My Mother is Crazy, The Losers, and Karobbie in the adult category, with the Cornadoes the only youth team competing.


Several people loaned the club cornhole boards, and Danny Howell was instrumental in helping them set up the tournament brackets and rules. Some good-natured ribbing took place as the teams competed to move ahead in the tourney. 
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The Losers watch in suspense as My Mother Is Crazy throws during the competition.
When the dust finally settled, The Loggers won first place, followed by The Losers in second and The Porters in third place. All winners graciously donated their prize money back to the Wildcat Travel Club for their 2020 European World War II tour.
In addition to the $365 brought in from the tournament, $63 in raffle ticket sales was made for a set of solid walnut cornhole boards made by John Wulff. 
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These beautiful solid walnut boards 
are being raffled to raise more funds for the Club.
Later in the evening, ice cream sales at the park earned $174. A quarter drop brought in $34.20 and a $20 donation was made. The Wildcat Travel Club had a good fund-raising day, with total earnings of $657.





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