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What's the hype about? Here's what Fraquetball essentially is.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Fraquetball, it is astudent-run sport exclusively at Open. The American Fraquetball Association (A.F.A. for short) is a non-profit organization. The game is composed of 2 teams of 2 people, and played in the 8th floor during lunch. Invented in 2002, the sport has evolved and rules have been made to create a high level of competition.The A.F.A.s main goal is to provide a recreational activity to the students of Open School during their lunch period.

  • Equipment: 4 ping pong paddles (1 for each person), 1 ping pong ball, lines (mid and goal lines).


  • The object of the game is to get the ping pong ball over the opposing teams' line. Players must stay within their field, and cannot cross the dividing line.


  • The first to seven points wins, but there must be a 2 point difference at the end of the game.


  • The ball can also go anywhere, but there are rules in which fouls are conducted. Their is a level of respect and spirit that is expected of every player.


  • Statistics are recoreded every game, and totalled up at the end of the 2 seasons played every year.


  • Awards are given out at the end of the season, such as Most Valuable Player, Most Improved Player and Rookie of The Year.


  • At the end of each season, playoffs are held and a Champion will be crowned.


  • NEWSFLASH!! This season The A.F.A. has 35 teams,the most ever in Fraquetball history. Anyone interested in watching, or even participating can talk to Koua Yang or Peter Moua.  

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