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Corn Hole Tournament Does Not End in a Toss-Up

Students, faculty and MBU alumni participated in a corn hole tournament in the quad on Saturday, Oct. 25 of Homecoming weekend at Missouri Baptist University. MBU students Clayce Fletcher and Jake Gingrich won the tournament.

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Family members participate in the tournament too.

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Michael Aylor

Michael Aylor

Michael Aylor is a staff journalist for MBU Timeline. He majors in communication studies with an emphasis in broadcast media. He is originally from Louisville, Ky. Aylor has a passion for music ministry and is actively involved as a worship drummer. After graduation, Aylor hopes to pursue a career in multimedia.

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