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EVENT: LDS-BSA Varsity Scout Dodgeball Tournament – Oct 29, 2016

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Saturday – October 29, 2016

8AM – 2PM

OC LDS-BSA Varsity Scout Dodgeball Tournament

Location: Newport Beach Stake Center
2300 Bonita Canyon Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660
Ages: 14-15 years (only)

Team: Come up with a Team Name
Uniform:
Make your own, wear Halloween Costumes, or come as you are
Cost: Donuts (for Reals)

Interest Only & Registration Form

LDS Permission Slip / Medical Release Form

10 EASY DODGEBALL RULES (Subject to Change)
Here are 10 easy rules that capture the basics of dodgeball.
  1. The typical Dodgeball court is about the size of a small Volleyball court, with a centerline and 2 sidelines.
  2. Dodgeball is primarily self-refereed, and played with the honour rules. During league play, there are 2 referees, in which 1 are stationed at the end of the centerline, that help facilitate the game. Referees start the game, confirm hits and catches, and count ball possession time.
  3. There are 6 balls, split into 2 even groups near the ends of the centerline. During the opening rush (when the game starts), you may only grab the balls to your right.
  4. You are out if: 1) you step on or over a sideline or centerline; 2) a thrown live ball hits your body; and 3) you throw a live ball and it is caught by an opponent.
  5. A thrown live ball can only hit out 1 player.  Thrown balls that hit the ground, the wall, other balls, or other objects before hitting the opponent are considered dead balls, and are ineligible to hit players out.
  6. You may block a thrown ball with a held ball. However, if you drop the blocking ball during the act of blocking, or if you fail to make a clean block (as in the thrown ball still ends up hitting or grazing your body afterwards), you are out.
  7. If you are out, line up on the side in the order you got out (think of it as being in an “resurrection” line). If your teammate catches a ball, the player at the start of your team’s “resurrection” line comes back into play after touching the wall (the teammate must be in the line at the time of the catch to be eligible to be brought back in).  NO RESURRECTION PLAY
  8. You can only hold a ball for 10 seconds, afterwards, it will be considered dead. Dead balls need to be rolled over immediately to the other team.
  9. If the game comes down to 1 player per side, they have 10 seconds to hit each other out; if not, “Showdown” comes into effect. The game is paused, each player gets two balls, two balls are lined up at the ends of the centerline, and the centerline is dissolved. The first player to get the other player out wins.
  10. Have fun, shake hands, make friends and be spirited!