Cumberland teams took first and second place at the recent Swish-Out Childhood Cancer Challenge event. A team of adults from Cumberland won the Elite Division and a team of middle schoolers from Cumberland took second place in the Junior Swish-Out.
The Franchise of Cumberland, Elite Division winners (left to right): Zach O'Brien, Megan McDevitt, Reath Lul Pan, Megan Daigel, John Bagshaw and Scot Vachon.
Greely Middle Schoolers took second place in Junior Swish-Out Division (left to right): Jordan Bagshaw, Ryan Twitchell, Riley Soule, Matt McDevitt. Absent: Molly Chapin.
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