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Inaugural Cornhole Tournament Raises $5,500 For Hampton Bays Food Pantry

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Adam Escobar, left, and Mike DeRosa were champions of the inaugural Hampton Bays Cornhole Tournament on Saturday.

Adam Escobar, left, and Mike DeRosa were champions of the inaugural Hampton Bays Cornhole Tournament on Saturday.

Saturday's inaugural tournament had 50 pairs signed up which dwindled down to 32 for bracket play.

Saturday's inaugural tournament had 50 pairs signed up which dwindled down to 32 for bracket play.

Stop & Shop partnered with Hampton Bays School District to create its food pantry.

Stop & Shop partnered with Hampton Bays School District to create its food pantry.

Announcer Rich Berglin next to the brackets of the tournament.

Announcer Rich Berglin next to the brackets of the tournament.

Hampton Bays seniors Daniela and Manuela Rodriguez painted cornhole boards that went to the winning team on Saturday.

Hampton Bays seniors Daniela and Manuela Rodriguez painted cornhole boards that went to the winning team on Saturday.

Adam Escobar, left, and Mike DeRosa were champions of the inaugural Hampton Bays Cornhole Tournament on Saturday.

Adam Escobar, left, and Mike DeRosa were champions of the inaugural Hampton Bays Cornhole Tournament on Saturday.

Drew Budd on May 17, 2022
Cornhole boards lined the turf at the Doug Oakland Athletic Complex at Hampton Bays High School on Saturday for the school’s first ever cornhole tournament, which was created by the... more

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