The 5-D Middle School (7th & 8th grade) Dodgeball Tournament – Co-ed – 5 V 5
Dodge.Duck.Dive.Dip.Dodge ($100 per team)
Monday, January 21, 1:00 – 4:00PM
Come play at CDG Wildwood Sports’ 1st annual Middle School Dodgeball Tournament! Dodge, Duck, Dive, Dip & Dodge your way to the Championship!
If registered by January 11, players will receive a personalized t-shirt (limit 5 per team). Last day for registration is January 18.
- Each team must have at least five players.
- This will be a double elimination tournament.
- No use of foul language will be tolerated.
- Team will have no more or no less than five players on the court at the beginning of each game.
- Each round is the best of three games.
- Each game has a time limit of four minutes. At the end of four minutes, the team with the most players on the court wins.
- Six balls will be used during each game.
- Balls will start on the midline at each game.
- Players that step on or across any boundary line, including the mid-line, will be out.
- Players who are hit by a ball thrown by the opposing team are out. unless:
- the ball is caught before hitting the ground,
- the thrown ball is deemed an intentional head shot,
- the thrown ball has hit another player first.
- A player who throws the ball resulting in a head shot is out unless the opposing player is ducking to avoid the ball, in which the player being hit is out.
- In order to keep the game moving, if a team has all the balls on their side, they have five seconds (as counted out loud by a referee) to throw one of the balls. If the team does not discard the ball within five seconds, the charging referee will call one of the players out.
- If a player catches a thrown ball before it hits the ground, one of their eliminated teammates may return to the court, and the opposing player who threw the ball is out.
- Players may use a ball to block oncoming balls, but if they lose control of the ball they are holding and drop it, they are out.
- Players may not physically touch any opposing player. This will result in the player being terminated from the tournament.
YELLOW CARDS (2 Yellow Cards Results in Player Elimination)
- Players may not argue with the referees’ decisions.
- Players may not spike the balls.
- Players may not kick the balls.
- Bad sportsmanship will result in a yellow card as well.
TO REGISTER FOR THE TOURNAMENT, CLICK HERE!