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Senior Ethan Christian, juniors Yash Karandikar, Harry Neil and Dylan Frei and senior Bryce Nevitt (from left to right) share a laugh over a game of Smash.

Senior Ethan Christian, juniors Yash Karandikar, Harry Neil and Dylan Frei and senior Bryce Nevitt (from left to right) share a laugh over a game of Smash.

Senior Ethan Christian, juniors Yash Karandikar, Harry Neil and Dylan Frei and senior Bryce Nevitt (from left to right) share a laugh over a game of Smash.

Senior Ethan Christian, juniors Yash Karandikar, Harry Neil and Dylan Frei and senior Bryce Nevitt (from left to right) share a laugh over a game of Smash.

Andrea Perng and Jahan Razavi

If one were to walk by room E102, they would hear video game effects and cheering. MV Smash Club held its first tournament on Thursday, Sept. 14, where students from all grades met to test their Super Smash Bros skills against others. As students trickled in, officers brought out more consoles for different Smash games, such as Smash 4 and Super Smash Bros Melee. Since MVXC had a meeting in the Student Union, Smash Club moved its tournament to E102. Due to the relatively limited number of games available as well as the smaller room, brackets were duo games, rather than individual. The winners of the brackets were the teams Pioneers and Mupervistino. Unfortunately, since the brackets were in duos, the MV Smash officer team was unable to find the names of the players on the teams.

Photos by Jahan Razavi.

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  • Seniors Michael Xiao, Ethan Yamada, and Spencer Chang (left to right) discuss the setup of a Smash game.

  • Seniors Adithya Telang and Manu Kondapaneni share a joke.

  • Senior Charlie Jyu shakes hands with senior Ethan Christian after a one-on-one Smash game.

  • Juniors Yash Karandikar and Lalit Mavuduri (left to right) cheer at the end of a battle.