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Record-Setting Action

Friday, April 05, 2013


gridiron
Jeremiah Baker reaches for Clayton Wootton’s flag while Devin Walker looks on Friday morning in THE GRIDIRON at Lee University Souther Field. The gentlemen of Alpha Gamma Chi have been playing non-stop since Thursday at 5 p.m. in their attempt to set a new 50-hour record as the world’s longest continuous flag football game. THE GRIDIRON is a fundraiser for Build a City, an initiative of Cleveland-based nonprofit, People for Care and Learning. See more info at www.buildacity.org/gridiron. The new record will be set on the Lee Soccer Field, where the play will be moved for the final two hours Saturday night 5 - 7.