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Cornhole tournament helps connect Penguin fans and staff at the arena.

Its the second Frozen Pond Cornhole Tournament in Wilkes-Barre. This competitive/social tournament takes place on a non-game night but it connect Penguin fans and the team staff and ticket sales team.

Cornhole is a popular lawn game that involves throwing beanbags into a hole in a raised platform. While cornhole is played in many states across the United States, it has a particularly strong connection to Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania is known for its love of cornhole and has a thriving cornhole community, with many tournaments and events taking place throughout the state. Some of the most popular cornhole tournaments in Pennsylvania include the Keystone State Cornhole Championship, the York County Cornhole Tournament, and the Lehigh Valley Cornhole Tournament.

In addition to the state’s strong cornhole community, Pennsylvania is also home to several companies that manufacture and sell cornhole boards, bags, and other accessories. These companies, such as Victory Tailgate and Cornhole Worldwide, have helped to make cornhole a popular pastime in Pennsylvania and beyond.

Registration is limited for this cornhole tournament.  Every team is guaranteed five games. Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams in Competitive and Social category.

Competitive:

1st place – Trophy (2) – $250 Cash- 4 vouchers good for a Penguins Game – Penguins Swag Bags (2)
2nd Place – $150 Cash- 2 vouchers good for a Penguins Game – Penguins Swag Bags(2)
3rd Place – $50 Cash– Penguins Swag Bags (2)

Social:

1st place – Trophy (2) – 4 vouchers good for a Penguins Game – Penguins Swag Bags (2)
2nd Place – 2 vouchers good for a Penguins Game – Penguins Swag Bags (2)
3rd Place – Penguins Swag Bags (2)

All proceeds will benefit the Penguins GOALS Foundation, an organization committed to removing barriers by making youth sports more accessible, supporting education, and promoting the overall well-being of our region by creating and supporting local programs.

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