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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

And the winners of the first-ever Fit4Life Cornhole Tournament are ...

Overall champions Wesley Miller and Daniel Reynolds from JMH. ABINGDON, Va. – Mountain States HR held its first-ever system-wide Fit4Life Cornhole Tournament and the overall champion was the team of Wesley Miller and Daniel Reynolds from JMH.

 They earned a first prize of $1,000 to split between them. Both Wesley and Daniel are engineering techs in JMH maintenance, Second place overall was Norton’s Ethan Collins and Jason Martin, who earned a prize of $500. Third place was Dickenson Community Hospital’s Brett Tiller and Mark Vanover.

 The tournament, held Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center Ballroom, pitted winning teams from seven facilities in a double-elimination format held inside the center.

  For photos from the system championship as well as some facility tournaments, click here.

 Winners from the different facilities who competed in the system finals were:

  •   SSH -- Lance Poiroux and Marvin Smith

  •   RCMC – Michael Kiser and Kayla Meade

  •   IPMC – Richard Ketchem and Darren Johnson

  •   SCCH – Mac Poe and Brandon Hamm

  •  JMH – Wesley Miller and Daniel Reynolds (1st place)

  •   NCH – Ethan Collins and Jason Martin (2nd place)

  •   DCH – Brett Tiller and Mark Vanover (3rd place)

 These teams earned $200 per team for winning their facility championship. Runners-up at each facility earned $100. Those competitions were held over the last month. Some hospitals did not participate so not all facilities were represented in the finals.

 “We appreciate everyone who helped make this Fit4life event successful,” said Kevin Smith, director of HR at Indian Path, who coordinated the event along with JMH’s HR director, Jackie Phipps. “Everybody who participated, from the facilities up through the finals, had a great time. Congratulations to all of our facility tournament winners and especially our overall champions from Johnston Memorial Hospital and our second-place team from Norton Community Hospital!”