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  • Noah Babbott-Bryan plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by  Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's Ice Cream.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Noah Babbott-Bryan plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's Ice Cream.
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  • Jonathan Goldman, front right, plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by  Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's Ice Cream.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Jonathan Goldman, front right, plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's Ice Cream.
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  • Josh Hirschman plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by  Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's Ice Cream.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Josh Hirschman plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's Ice Cream.
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  • Noaln Teixeira plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by  Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's ice cream.JERREY ROBERTS

    Noaln Teixeira plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's ice cream.JERREY ROBERTS Purchase photo reprints »

  • Ciaran Godfrey plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by  Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Herrell's Ice Cream.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Ciaran Godfrey plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Herrell's Ice Cream.
    JERREY ROBERTS Purchase photo reprints »

  • Noah Babbott-Bryan plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by  Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's Ice Cream.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Jonathan Goldman, front right, plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by  Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's Ice Cream.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Josh Hirschman plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by  Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's Ice Cream.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Noaln Teixeira plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by  Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Harrell's ice cream.JERREY ROBERTS
  • Ciaran Godfrey plays ping pong during the first ever tournament held by  Northampton High School's ping pong club Thursday at the school. The club was formed last fall and meets every Thursday for two hours after school. Entry in the tournament cost $5. First and second place winners received $50 and $25, respectively; third place earned a $10 gift certificate for Herrell's Ice Cream.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

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