Dodgeball tournament

Photos by Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald
Layni Litherland, 9, of Troy takes aim while competing in the dodgeball tournament at the Tri-County YMCA in Ferdinand on Thursday. Eleven co-ed teams, made up of six players, competed in 5 minute games to compete for the championship. 

 

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Stacy Fleck of Ferdinand, left, watches her daughter Rheyse, 11, and son Carter, 13, compete in the dodgeball tournament while her son Ross, 4, sleeps. 

 

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Rayven Meyer of Ferdinand, left, Halle Zazzetti of Santa Claus, both 11, Reece Wolf, Will Persohn, both of St. Anthony and 12, Talon Rohleder of Ferdinand and Korbyn Persohn of St. Anthony, both 11, celebrate winning the dodgeball tournament. 

 

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Jaxon Lueken, 11, of Ferdinand catches the ball while competing in the dodgeball tournament. 

 

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Players competing in the dodgeball tournament at the Tri-County YMCA race to grab balls at the start of their game.

 

Photos by Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald
Bryson Frick of Ferdinand, left, Carly Schnell of Schnellville and Kaden Meunier of Ferdinand, all of 11, watch their teammate Tyler Fetter, 12, of Bretzville compete in the dodgeball tournament.



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