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A Semester of Sporking

Janaki Nallamothu

Most CHS seniors start off the second semester by purchasing a $10 plastic spork in hopes of winning over $1,000 by the end of the year. To win, participants have to hold onto the spork to avoid getting eliminated until the end of the school year.

The premise of the game is to “spork” other players, which is to catch them without their spork when you have yours. To not get “sporked,” you have to hold the spork at all times. If someone is “sporked,” they’re out of the game. But, whoever isn’t “sporked” by the end of the school year splits the prize money.

Leila Bank is especially excited for the spork game to begin. She first heard about the game in her sophomore year and has been waiting to play since.

“I’m excited for the money,” Bank said. “Everyone’s like, ‘I don’t care about the money, I want to win.’ But no, I want the money.”

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Janaki Nallamothu, Journalist
Janaki Nallamothu is a sophomore at CHS. This is her first semester on staff and she's super excited. Outside of school, Janaki loves playing tennis, taking her dog on walks, baking, and playing the violin. Janaki can't wait to start her journalism journey at the Communicator.

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