Mr. William Ravell
CVU’s Wellness Department just got a little bit bigger. Recently, the department purchased the yard game Corn Hole.
Corn Hole was purchased to be used for Life Team Sports classes. Wellness teacher Anthony Spagnolo says the purpose of the game is is “jump start the transition” from more active games to less active ones. Spagnolo says that there have been “rave reviews”. Senior Colin Monsey says that Corn Hole is a “great game for friends to have fun.” There is controversy about the new addition to the department though. Senior Hannah Munn says that she “hates Corn Hole” and that it is “frustrating”. Kiera O’brien says that the game is “Pretty lame”.
Spagnolo talks about how the game “brings people back to a simpler time” and that it is “like a family reunion” whenever people play.
The traditional game is played on wooden boards, the ones CVU bought, a much sleeker plastic design, which is much more durable than the original material.