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Shangri-La is excited to present the fifth annual Capitol City Cornhole Classic -- a fundraiser to support Shangri-La's programs -- on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020 at the State Capitol State Park in Salem.

Featuring competitive and social team divisions, as well as single and youth divisions, this tournament is for veteran and beginner players alike.

120 players turned out for the 2019 tournament. 

The event also offers craft beer, local food trucks, and activities for the whole family, including a cornhole challenge course, lawn games, and vendors.

2019 division winners

Competitive Team Division
1st: Scott Phillips and Bob Gallup, team name “Incognito”
2nd: Brent Furby and Kevin Zuercher, team name “Pirates of the Cornibbean”
3rd: Louis Martinez and Chandler Sawyer, team name “All Stars”.
Social Team Division
1st - Gilbert Contreras and Diego Contreras, team "Me and Mini Me"
2nd - Dennis Pranke and Jon Sheard, team "Corny Alkies"
3rd - Hank Gietema and Alissa Gietema, team "It's all Good"
Single Division
1st - Kyle Rufio Kanaeholo
2nd - Shawn Hankins
3rd - Jeff Case
Youth Division
1st - Austin Case
2nd - Michael Gonzales
3rd - Henry Hankins
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2019 Championship matches

Check out CCTV's coverage of the 2019 tournament including youth and competitive division championship matches.

2019 Primary event partners

Get ready for a party

The Capital City Classic turns 5 years old in 2020!

Shangri-La is a 501c3 non-profit human services organization dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities and families with disadvantages recognize and achieve their potential. 


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