Off to a Good (and Good-Natured) Start
– Photos by J.J. Boettcher and Tia G. La, student photographers;
and Jeremy R. Bottorf, coordinator of intramural sports and campus recreation
A volunteer makes a beautiful vista even more attractive.
Picking up after those who won't
Community Peer Educators joining the effort (from left) are Keenan A. Bayus, Tasia A. Werkmeister, Nina L. Walk and Timothy J. Schafer.
An easily readable "cheat sheet" lets picker-uppers differentiate between throwaways and recyclables.
Wildcat student-athletes form a wall of willingness.
With characteristic vigor, Katie L. Mackey, director of campus and community engagement, rallies the clean-up crew.
At the water's edge
Hiking and helping
Have bags, will fill 'em
A Greek Life contingent lends a collective hand.
Putting their heads together for Quizzo success
A decidedly non-trivial pursuit draws a meeting of the minds to CC Commons.
A Field House prize table beckons.
Relaxing on the bingo floor
It's a wrap ...
... as contestants mummify their teammates.
Keeping their eyes on the prizes – AND on their numbered cards!
Check your cards carefully; do we have a winner?
A force of nature was this blue-clad team from Dauphin Hall, which finished second overall ...
Battle lines form on the Madigan Library lawn ...
... and first in kickball.
... where the competition nonetheless remained friendly and the rivalries respectful.
The windup and the pitch!
... a hula-hoop challenge ...
... and a three-legged race.
... which also included wheelbarrow races ...
Wearing a "Game of Thrones"-inspired T-shirt, an off-campus/commuter student carries an egg during the day's relay portion ...
CDJ (Clinton, Delaware and Juniata halls) captured the relay races and dodgeball categories to win the competition with 35 points.
The victors, amassed in a photo scrum
Refueling at the training table
The orange-shirted warriors from Lancaster/York mix it up in the dodgeball arena.
Gameday trash talk, Dauphin-style
Grace and talent combine in properly lofting a beanbag at the cornhole tourney.
An oversized Jenga game was among the challenges for the 100 students who enjoyed the games (and french-fry bar) during "Late Night" recreation.
The college's new Wildcat logo adorns an intramural mini-hoop.
A Sheetz gift card was won by Jacob R. Courtley, a landscape/horticulture technology: landscape emphasis major from Ardara.