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Ultimate Frisbee Team Competes in Gettysburg Tourney


The 2009-10 edition of the Penn College Ultimate Frisbee Team: Front row, from left, are Ryan J. Steer, South Williamsport; Lance B. Richardson, Danville; coach Kirk M. Cantor; and Gerardo Pena, Aspers. Second row, from left, are Diane DeWitt, a guest player from the University of Scranton; William G. Smail, Manor; Brett K. Braker, Northampton; Christopher A. Denmon, Mehoopany; and Lydia Reamer, visiting from Lock Haven University. Showing off a T-shirt near the Pennsylvania monument in the Gettysburg National Military ParkThe Penn College Ultimate Frisbee team competed at Gettysburg College this past weekend in the Abe Lincoln Fall Classic, the first-ever tournament for all of the players on this year’s squad. Everyone on the team enjoyed a great event that included a victory in one of six games played and a tour of the battlefields and monuments, said Kirk M. Cantor, team coach and professor of plastics technology. In the tournament, 15 college teams from Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and New York battled it out, with Shippensburg University taking first place, added Cantor, who also provided the photos at left.

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