The team of Trey Jewell and Tony Jewell won first place in Saturday's tournament, presented by the Middletown Area Chamber of Commerce

The team of Trey Jewell and Tony Jewell won the state cornhole championship at the fourth annual Corntober BrewFest Saturday at the Frog Hollow Edge of 18 Clubhouse in Middletown.

Presented by the Middletown Area Chamber of Commerce (MACC), the event is home to the state's only cornhole championship tournament sanctioned in 2015 by then-governor Jack Markell as a State of Delaware Championship.

This year, Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long stopped by to share in the celebration.

Twenty-five teams competed in the double elimination tournament.

Placing second was the team of Jamie Hudson and John Kitchen.

Finishing third was the team of Jerry Kryspin Jr. and Rudy Thomas Jr.

The Social Division champs were Richie DeSantis and Doug Perry.

Joe Polkowski was the winner of the custom cornhole boards.

The MACC thanks sponsors and vendors including Frog Hollow, Edge of 18, Delaware Cornhole Association, ClearChannel Outdoor and IHeart Radio.

The chamber also thanks all the amazing volunteers who helped with the event.

Corntober Brewfest features music, great food and a selection of fall brews and activities.

A portion of the proceeds benefits the MACC Foundation with scholarships to graduating students and also supports businesses through the Middletown Business Incubator & Collaborative Workspace.

The MACC is dedicated to promoting business and enhancing the quality of life in southern New Castle County. Chamber members take leading roles in important community and business programs, working to enhance and preserve the special life-style that is unique to Middletown, Odessa, and Townsend (MOT) communities. The chambers fosters economic development and community spirit for the MOT and surrounding areas.

For more information, see the website www.maccde.com.