Derryfield School to host Rock-Paper-Scissors tourney
The rules are simple, but the competition will be fierce Dec. 14 when the Derryfield School hosts the first statewide Rock-Paper-Scissors (RPS) tournament. Each of the state's 350-plus public and private schools serving middle and high school students have been invited to send a school champion to the tourney. The entire event was organized by Derryfield freshman Jack Miron, 14, of Bedford.
The tournament is open to all middle and high school students in the Granite State. Standard Rock-Paper-Scissors rules will apply (i.e., rock beats scissors, scissors beats paper, paper beats rock).
The tournament champion will receive a $500 cash prize, a trophy and the coveted title of "New Hampshire's 2013 Rock-Paper-Scissors Champion." The second- and third-place winners will each receive $250 and $100 cash prizes, respectively.
Miron said as of last weekend, 12 schools had indicated they would like to send a champion to compete.
"There's still time to get involved, so I'm hoping news about the tourney will spread," said Miron. "I'm hoping we'll have about 15 schools involved."
Details on the tournament can be found at the website rpsnh2013.webs.com, and a YouTube video advertising the event can be viewed at goo.gl/Xe2jSe
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