Source: Games For The Playground, Home, School And Gymnasium
Category: BALL GAMES
_20 to 60 players._
The game is played by two opposing teams in a three-court field,
instead of by three teams in such a field as in Progressive
Dodgeball. One team takes its place in the center court, and the
opposing team is equally divided, one half going to each of the end
courts. The teams must be of equal numbers, and for match games have
sixteen players on each.
The game is played in two halves of ten minutes or less each. At the
end of the first half the teams change courts.
The rules for play are exactly the same as for Progressive Dodgeball.
The main difference in the games is in the smaller number of opponents
in the end courts.
This game was devised by Mr. William A. Stecher
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