Table tennis is held in the fall and spring. Each class plays amongst themselves. They each pick a number and then are placed on the bracket sheet according to the number they choose. If there are empty slots, they are made into bys.
They play the best out of three games up to 11 points (seven zip is a skunk). You must win by two points. As the person wins he advances to the next bracket, until the final four. These four players will meet the rest of the winners for a shootout called the Sweet 16. The person winning all of the matches is the grand winner of the four classes. And that’s the truth.
For more information, contact:
Joseph Chittissery Mathai
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