Wardlaw-Hartridge Student Ray Haung of Edison Wins U.S. Table Tennis Title

Ray Huang of Edison, a sophomore at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, and two of his teammates from the NJ Table Tennis Club of Westfield won the U.S. Open Junior Boys Team Table Tennis title. Credits: Photo provided by Wardlaw-Hartridge School

EDISON, NJ - Ray Huang of Edison, a sophomore at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, and two of his teammates from the New Jersey Table Tennis Club of Westfield captured the U.S. Open Junior Boys Team Table Tennis title in Las Vegas, NV this week.

Starting in 1934, the annual U.S. Open is the longest currently running table tennis tournament in the United States. The event regularly attracts over one thousand of the most talented table tennis players from the United States and all around the world and thousands of spectators enjoy watching the games.

The youngest member of the team, Ray has been playing competitively since a young age. He hopes his success will make more of his friends interested in table tennis so he can share the fun and excitement with them.

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