After months of competition, the 2018 Pickleball Tournament, culminated with the crowning of champions in three brackets, continuing a sixteen-year, student-favorite, tradition!  Beginning in March and continuing through May, this year's tourrnament attracted 175 students, competing in matches held after school, and during Activity Periods and study halls, The annual tournament sponsored by the District's Physical Education Department continues to be one of the most eagerly-anticipated events of the year. Its popularity has been described as "highly contagious," giving students an opportunity to bond with friends-new and old- while fitting in a fun workout! 
Pictured are the 2018 Pickleball Champions- Elijah Hoffman, Megan Longenhagen, Jill Marks, Sami Palacz, and Brett Szuler. The "Champion Picklers" won the following brackets:
Co-ed Picklers- Brett and Megan
King Picklers- Elijah and Brett
Queen Picklers- Jill and Sami

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