Lakeview Farms Dip Dunkers took the Canal Days Battle of the Businesses traveling trophy Friday evening. Team members are, from left, Joan Vanbrabant, Kalie Sutton, Brandon Hoffman, Jessican Baldazao and Amber Myers, with their judge, Chris Hammons and 2019 Canal Days Queen Rileigh Rahrig. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)
Lakeview Farms Dip Dunkers took the Canal Days Battle of the Businesses traveling trophy Friday evening. Team members are, from left, Joan Vanbrabant, Kalie Sutton, Brandon Hoffman, Jessican Baldazao and Amber Myers, with their judge, Chris Hammons and 2019 Canal Days Queen Rileigh Rahrig. (DHI Media/Nancy Spencer)
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DELPHOS — Lakeview Farm Dip Dunkers will have the honor of displaying of the Canal Days Battle of the Businesses traveling trophy at their workplace for a year.

The Dip Dunkers took first place in the annual fun and games at the second day of Canal Days.

The Kiwanis were second and Vanamatic placed third of the 27 teams.

Games included: Mad Dog, Tortilla Toss, Suck It Up, Dizzy Flick, Marshmallow Drop, and Pop You All Night Long.

In Mad Dog, contestants had to race to a table, place a ruler with small cups of elbow macaroni at each end and shake the ruler until the cups were empty. They then raced back to the next teammate, who continued he process until four members of the team took a turn.

Tortilla Toss lived up to its name. One team member had a plate on their head they had to use to catch flying tortillas tossed by their teammates.

Suck It Up was for those 21 and older. An ice cube tray filled with beer had to be emptied with a straw by four players. The quickest team won.

Dizzy Flick had contestants spinning around in circles while wearing a pirate patch on one eye and then running to their tables and flicking table tennis balls off pop bottles. The team with the most successful flicks in the allotted time was victorious.

Marshmallow Drop was a sticky round with marshmallows tossed at a team member with an ice cream cone in their mouth. This was a little tricky as the ice cream coned teammate had their back to the team. The most marshmallows in the cone took this round.

Pop You All Night Long brought teams a little closer when they had to pop six balloons tied on the backs of their players using their fronts.

Other teams included: Krendl Machine, Toledo Molding and Die 1, Toledo Molding and Die 2, Toledo Molding and Die 3, Ridgeview, Kessen Hissers, Kessen Growlers, Van Wert Hospital A, Van Wert Hospital B, Van Wert Hospital C, K&M 1, K&M 2, Sarah Jane Living Center, Mohr Smiles, Ivy Hutch, Union Bank, Lakeview Farms Gel Gigglers, Lakeview Farms Pudding Pals, Vancrest of Delphos, Pizza Hut, Hydrofresh, Unverferth Manufacturing and the 2018 champions, Schrader Realty.

Judges were Holly White, Lacey White, Braden Kriegel, Ron Kimmet, Donna Berger, Amy Wehri, Megan Goedde, Katie Ringwald, Mandy Bilderback, Steph Manns, Shannon McNamee, Chris Hammons, Lisa Williams, Nichole Coil, Wes Kroeger, Alyssa Pohlman, Amy Kimmey, Emily Metcalfe, Katie Metcalfe, Kim Hodgson, Harry Hodgson, Rachel Houlihan, Kestley Houlihan, Lori Houlihan, Dan Houlihan, Julie Wagner and Jim Wagner.