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Fayetteville-Manlius High School
8201 East Seneca Turnpike, Manlius, NY 13104
Principal, Mr. Raymond W. Kilmer, email - rkilmer@fmschools.org
Daily Schedule 7:45 a.m. - 2:06 p.m.
(315) 692-1900
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Pickleball

Pickle-ball

You will feel like a winner and a champion playing this exciting paddle game called Pickle-ball. Now you and your friends can join thousands of other people playing this net court game. This mini-tennis game is played by 2 or 4 people on a badminton-sized court using wood paddle racquets and a plastic, poly baseball with holes. Pickle-ball can be played on any hard surface and is ideal for small spaces. This exciting sport can be played on driveways, cul-de-sacs, tennis courts, and multi-purpose game courts like a Sport Court. Pickle-ball is a combination of Ping-Pong, tennis, and badminton and has been enjoyed for over 20 years by people of all ages.




Related Files

    pdf Grading Rubric (pdf file - 55 KB)

    pdf What is Pickleball? (pdf file - 35 KB)

    pdf Rules (pdf file - 41 KB)

    pdf Court Dimensions (pdf file - 46 KB)

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