All Dodge No Balls goes undefeated to be champions

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Ouch Kinesiology sophomores Caris Cook and Elisabeth Crane and biology sophomore Katelyn Norris dodge balls thrown at them at the same time during the dodgeball tournament sponsored by the K Club, the college’s kinesiology club, Oct. 27 in Candler. Read the story online. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

Ouch: Kinesiology sophomores Caris Cook and Elisabeth Crane and biology sophomore Katelyn Norris dodge balls thrown at them at the same time during the dodgeball tournament sponsored by the K Club, the college’s kinesiology club, Oct. 27 in Candler. Read the story online. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

Students come together for dodge ball tournament.

By Sasha D. Robinson

sac-ranger@alamo.edu

All Dodge No Balls beat Brooks Blasters in two sets to win the dodge ball tournament the K Club hosted Oct. 27 in Gym 1 of Candler Physical Education Center.

The winners of the tournament were kinesiology freshmen Lorenzo Vela and Sergio Rodriguez, kinesiology sophomore Martin Sanchez, criminal justice sophomores Alan Salas and Steven Walters and engineering freshman Fabian Cavarria.

Kinesiology sophomore Chrystal Gutierrez, playing for team “Whatever,” throws the ball to the opposing team at the dodgeball tournament Oct. 27 in Candler. Six teams competed for first place, with a prize of a team trophy and $10 gift cards to Academy for each team member. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

Kinesiology sophomore Chrystal Gutierrez, playing for team “Whatever,” throws the ball to the opposing team at the dodgeball tournament Oct. 27 in Candler. Six teams competed for first place, with a prize of a team trophy and $10 gift cards to Academy for each team member. Photo by Deandra Gonzalez

The team won a small trophy and a $10 gift card to Academy Sports-Outdoors.

Other teams are Rico’s Team, Tiger Tale, Squad and Whatever?

“We watched ‘Dodgeball’ last night,” Salas said. “If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball.”

The tournament was made up of six teams composed of six players. The teams played a total of 10 games in a best of three matches per game.

Each match was a four minutes.

Candler facility manager Linda Casas and K Club President Patrick Elizondo were pleased 36 students participated.

“I like how students who do not know each other are able to come together and play,” Elizondo said.

The most notable play of the tournament was from Rico’s Team player cyber security freshman Andres Sifuentes, as he dove on the court to avoid being hit.

Sifuentes hurt his hand in the process.

During the game, the club passed out fliers for the Backyard Beast.

The beast is an event in teams of four will compete in an iron man style event made up of a sled push, box jumps, rock climbing wall, tire flips, and a mystery event. It will be Nov. 11.

Registration for the event is until Nov. 3 in Room 131A of Candler.

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