Bump, Set, Spike!: Founders of Spikeball Club answer questions about increasingly popular game

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Bump, Set, Spike!: Founders of Spikeball Club answer questions about increasingly popular game

POWER SLAM:
Andrew “Hudson” Alden, Spikeball Club member and junior, pounds a spikeball at the roundnet during a game. The unpredictable bounces off the net emphasize the importance of quick reflexes and anticipation.

POWER SLAM: Andrew “Hudson” Alden, Spikeball Club member and junior, pounds a spikeball at the roundnet during a game. The unpredictable bounces off the net emphasize the importance of quick reflexes and anticipation.

Karolena Zhou

POWER SLAM: Andrew “Hudson” Alden, Spikeball Club member and junior, pounds a spikeball at the roundnet during a game. The unpredictable bounces off the net emphasize the importance of quick reflexes and anticipation.

Karolena Zhou

Karolena Zhou

POWER SLAM: Andrew “Hudson” Alden, Spikeball Club member and junior, pounds a spikeball at the roundnet during a game. The unpredictable bounces off the net emphasize the importance of quick reflexes and anticipation.

Andrew Caito

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