“It ran well, everyone was competing, no one gave up until the winners were decided,” said Mike DiMedio (’07), co-president of the club. “We saw some new competitors from the freshman class.”
Unlike last year, the club decided to make this a team event, rather than having individuals compete.
“It worked a lot better this year; it made it more even because you had the aid of a partner,” DiMedio said. “I’m not sure whether we’re going to do it this way again next year. Hopefully someone will dethrone Conroy.”
Next year’s competition may have a clear favorite; interested candidates, however, hope to change initial perceptions of the winner. Overall, the contest proved one thing, for sure: it is possible to have your pizzelle, and win it, too.