Greek week competitors take part in the "donut dash" to earn points for their teams. | Maggie Kaiserman/Mustang News

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A slew of activities kept the Greek Week teams — broken up into Hunger Games-style “districts” — busy on Thursday.

1. Donut Dash

Districts sprinted their way through an obstacle course that involved both eating donuts and navigating through donut-themed obstacles. District 1 (dark blue) won with a finish time of 3 minutes and 29 seconds while District 2 (red) came up in the rear with a time of 3 minutes and 40 seconds.

All the districts that wanted to participate in the obstacle course had to donate $100. The money goes to the San Luis Obispo Women’s Shelter.

2. Mr. Pickle’s fundraiser

Though a majority of the fundraiser hours were during school hours, people still came for sandwiches at Mr. Pickle’s.

3. Blood drive at Mott Lawn

The United Blood Services came back to Mott Lawn for a second round. The blood collecting area was just as packed as it was when the van came to campus Monday.

4. Soccer at the Recreation Center

The districts battled it out on the turf during the soccer tournament.

Though the plan was to have preliminary matches Thursday and finals on Friday, both the preliminary and final rounds were played Thursday. In the men’s division, Zeta Beta Tau and Pi Kappa Alpha won gold for both themselves and their teams — District 2 (red) and District 7 (light blue). Chi Omega won first for the women’s division, also getting points for District 4 (purple).

As of now, here are the district rankings along with their scores.

First: District 5 (gold) with 854

Second: District 2 (red) with 835 

Third: District 4 (purple) with 769

Fourth: District 6 (maroon) with 758

Fifth: District 8 (lime) with 756

Sixth: District 7 (light blue) with 683

Seventh: District 1 (dark blue) with 596

Eighth: District 3 (green) with 429

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