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A ‘Frenzy’ of Food, Fun and Root Beer Pong


Playing Plinko for prizes
Playing Plinko for prizes
Students check out intramural possibilities for the semester ahead.
Students check out intramural possibilities for the semester ahead.
The new air-hockey table gets some use in background, while the Root Beer Pong Tournament heats up.
The new air-hockey table gets some use in background, while the Root Beer Pong Tournament heats up.
Crowned tourney champion is Lee D. Bouton, a building construction technology: masonry concentration major from Stillman Valley, Ill.
Crowned tourney champion is Lee D. Bouton, a building construction technology: masonry concentration major from Stillman Valley, Ill.

More than 150 students attended Monday night’s annual Field House Frenzy, enjoying free food, games and an exciting Root Beer Pong Tournament. Thirty-nine students showed off their skills, but Lee D. Bouton came out on top after a lengthy and exciting competition. Students also had a chance to play Plinko to win T-shirts, cups and Frisbees. “Another exciting part of the night saw the unveiling of the new air-hockey table,” said intramural assistant Jeremy R. Bottorf, who also provided the photos. “Students were really excited to see the new addition in the Field House, as it was played all night long!” Bottorf urged students to visit the Field House today to sign up for an intramural league or tournament. “When you stop in, you will really see we do offer something for everyone!” he said.

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