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‘Spyder’ senses tingle

Allie Kellner

Allie Kellner

Lonyee Eng and Allie Kellner

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Using money from T-shirt sales, the physical education department purchased a new game called “Spyderball” last week. “It’s like ping pong but instead you use your hands and there’s a net as a table. I’m really competitive with everything, so it’s a fun, different spin on ping pong,” said Christopher Johnson (9).

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