After a long demanding week of Pilot Olympics, Tuckey continued their winning ways as they were triumphant in the overall dorm category. Meanwhile, Oakwood provided the individual team that collected the most amount of points. The week was filled with several events such as disc golf, Texas Hold ‘em, shirt decorating, dodgeball, and cookie eating. Despite the busy week, students provided excellent participation and terrific competition. While only the top three dorms were recognized for their achievements, every dorm and team competed hard until the very end. The field was separated into two separate categories. The main category was dorms. Tuckey claimed the top spot in this field, while Oakwood finished second and Brenneman placed third. The other category was individual teams. These teams were made up of around ten individuals and there were several teams within dorms. Oakwood provided the overall team champion, while a Tuckey team placed second, and the Brenneman team finished third. In addition to the team camaraderie, there were also individual awards given. Ben Jehl was the most valuable Olympian on the male side, while Sarah Cressman was on the female side. Despite the heavy snow which was an obstacle during disc golf and the hectic week that many Olympians experienced, it was a great turnout and the event continues to grow. Student Council will look to throw the third annual Pilot Olympics next year.