Prior to Dover’s Sept. 27 NASCAR race, Saturday, dozens of competitors lined up to participate the popular tailgating game called cornhole. With four players, two on each team lining up facing their teammate, cornbags were tossed into holes for points, with the eventual championship team winning $2,500 in Sunday’s playoff. For photos, click on the headline above.
Mike Starkey of Millington, Md., watches as competitor Laura Conner of Hampton, Va., exhibits the utmost concentration before her pitch. Conner and her teammate, David Wright, won the game. For more photos, click on the picture to the left.