Attempting to set new Cornhole record

NEBRASKA CITY – A group of players are attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the longest game of cornhole.

They started the game at the Lourdes Central Catholic gymnasium at 8 a.m. and plan to go beyond noon on Friday.

Andy Fedoris said a record was set at the school 15 years ago for playing cards.

The latest attempt is to break a record of 26 hours and 13 minutes. Fedoris said at least two witnesses are lined up to go as long as 4 p.m.

Fedoris told News Channel Nebraska that player morale was good after five hours of play.

He said they are already planning on next year, when they will attempt to break the record of 167 teams for the largest cornhole tournament.

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