Over 50 teams competed in the second annual Beer Garden Cornhole Tournament, held Aug. 10-12 during the Taste Edmonds event. Dr. Paul Reynolds, of title sponsor The Everett Clinic, presents the first-place award to Greg’s Team members Greg Cather and Mike Diaz. (Contributed photo)

Over 50 teams competed in the second annual Beer Garden Cornhole Tournament, held Aug. 10-12 during the Taste Edmonds event. Dr. Paul Reynolds, of title sponsor The Everett Clinic, presents the first-place award to Greg’s Team members Greg Cather and Mike Diaz. (Contributed photo)

Children of the cornhole gather for fundraising tournament

Proceeds from Taste Edmonds events benefited the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce.

Over 50 teams competed in the second annual Beer Garden Cornhole Tournament, held Aug. 10-12 during the Taste Edmonds event. Championship games were played on the boards of main sponsor The Everett Clinic of Edmonds.

Greg’s Team, also known as Greg Cather and Mike Diaz, won first place and the $500 prize. Second place ($250) went to the Razor Dawgs (Ray Bourgeois and Greg Hagen) and third place ($100) to Corn 2B Wild (Kellen Giroux and Joel Dalton). Participants also got “Children of the Cornhole” T-shirts.

Proceeds from Taste Edmonds events benefited the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce, which puts on the annual food fest and other events in the community.

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