Camp Mardela Sets Unofficial Four Square Record - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Camp Mardela Sets Unofficial Four Square Record

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DENTON, Md. - A group of kids may have brought a new world record to the Eastern Shore.

Camp Mardela tells WMDT they have unofficially broken the Guinness World Record for the longest game of four square, playing for 30 straight hours. To become official, the camp now needs to send in video and photographic proof, show time keepers, referees and a log book of the past two days.

If the record stands, they will have broken the previous record of 29 straight hours set by Buenos Aires International Christian Academy back in 2008.

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