17 Dec GAME ON CHAMPS! Lancaster Catholic Central & Lampeter Strasburg
Lancaster Catholic Central captures Rocket League Championship!; Lampeter Strasburg outlasts William Penn High School in Super Smash Bros
After two competitive weeks of Super Smash Bros and Rocket League esports play, the Pennsylvania Game On™ tournament saw Lancaster Catholic dominate Jim Thorpe HS in a best of 5, winning 3 games to 0. In Super Smash Bros play, Lampeter Strasburg’s Jackson Brazzle took the title 3 games to 2. A total of eleven (11) Pennsylvania area high schools were invited to compete for cash and prizes. Total prize for LCC was $750 while Jim Thorpe as runner up received $300 in gift cards. Pine Grove HS, which finished 3rd, received $150. Brazzle, as Game On champ for Super Smash Bros, received $250 while runner up KP Tiny from William Penn took home $100.
For the past two weeks over 160 matches have taken place leading up to Friday’s final matches. Throughout select matches were streamed three days a week that also featured a special video message from Pennsylvania’s Premier Youth Health & Safety Organization, PA DUI within each presentation. Sports entertainment company A.G.A. Nation in conjunction with LeagueSpot, produced Game On™ tournament exclusive to Pennsylvania invited high schools.
High schools participating include: Hempfield High School, Steel Valley High School, Lancaster Catholic, William Penn High, Pine Grove High School, Lampeter Strasburg, Albert Gallatin, Cambria Senor Heights, Wilson High School and Hazelton High School.
Game On™ is also part of A.G.A. Nation’s High School Assembly Tour offerings, including A Games Virtual Series, Bring Your A-Game to School and DUNK Distracted Driving. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org