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T is makeshift court that sat on the frozen wa- ters off of Clark Park was no


infl atable, sissy contraption that is now apparently available from rental companies. It was constructed of wooden pallets and two-by-sixes for walls, steel cables drilled into the ice, PVC pipes for “rods,” and hay bales


for goals. Approximately 50 pioneers braved


the elements, prepared only with the ex- pectations of the unexpected and the in- structions of “dress warm and show up.”


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With the fi rst boot of the ball


on Saturday morning, the Hu- man Foosball Tournament began, evolved and took on a life of its own.


Players shuffl ed and


jostled for position, constantly forgetting they were “attached” to their teammates on the same ca- ble. T e snow cover quick- ly turned into ice, a n d


(Left) With the ball at his foot, Gibraltar/ Sevastopol Boys Soccer Coach Andrew Holdmann uses his soccer skills to trap the ball before plotting his next move. (Top) Decked out in Hawaiian attire, this team member for On Deck tries to look graceful amidst the slippery snow and a connected teammate heading in the opposite direc- tion. (Middle) The table version of foosball, familiar in taverns world-wide. (Bottom) The Bayside Tavern’s team at the ready.


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