For the first time, 2 students receive college athletic scholarships for Cornhole Cornhole is the game where you toss a bag at a board, and try to drop it in the hole. Colorado high schoolers Jaxson Remmick and Gavin Hamann head to South Carolina to play for Winthrop University.

For the first time, 2 students receive college athletic scholarships for Cornhole

For the first time, 2 students receive college athletic scholarships for Cornhole

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Cornhole is the game where you toss a bag at a board, and try to drop it in the hole. Colorado high schoolers Jaxson Remmick and Gavin Hamann head to South Carolina to play for Winthrop University.

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For the first time, two students received college athletic scholarships for cornhole, the backyard game where you toss a bag at a board and try to drop it in the hole. Colorado high schoolers Jaxson Remmick and Gavin Hamann have already won a pair of national championships in the American Cornhole League. This fall, both head to South Carolina to play Division One cornhole for Winthrop University. Congratulations.

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