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Oregon Episcopal School hosts northwest sport stacking tournament

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About 60 stackers from Oregon, Washington, California, and Canada competed at the World Sport Stacking Association's Northwest Championship on Saturday. About 60 stackers from Oregon, Washington, California, and Canada competed at the World Sport Stacking Association's Northwest Championship on Saturday.
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) -

The Oregon Episcopal School hosted the World Sport Stacking Association's Northwest Championship on Saturday, and it was pretty impressive to watch. 

About 60 stackers came from Oregon, Washington, California, and Canada to compete. They competed in singles, doubles, and relay events.

Fox 12 caught up with Joey Cooksey, the only Oregonian to stack for Team USA.

"I do it because it's something I can do by myself," she said. "It's also something I can do with my friends. I've made so many friends over this weird cup stacking thing, it's crazy."

Cooksey placed in the top three at Saturday’s tournament.

Fox 12 spoke with a few other stackers, and some of them started training as early as kindergarten.

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