A fun league for players looking to stay in shape and enjoy the game they love!
- Games played on Thursday nights starting at 7:40pm
- Dodgeball leagues are a minimum of 8 regular season games and top teams make the playoffs * amount of games will be determined on the teams
- This is a ‘self-ref’ league and done on the honor system
- Matches will be best out of 7
- 6 players per side (4 are required to avoid a forfeit)
- All teams must be in (somewhat) matching colored uniforms
- There are no substitutions once a game has started and teams can sub players during games.
- All player fees must be paid in full prior to the playoffs to be eligible for post season play.
- There is no maximum numbers of players per roster
- Players must be 16 years old or over
Champions: Top team will receive championship shirts!
League Session: April 12 – June 7th
Deadline to register a team: April 5
Deadline to be fully paid up for the playoffs: May 12
NON-MEMBER FEE: $50
MEMBER FEE: $38
PLEASE NOTE: When registering online, if you are not a member and would like to become one, you will need to purchase your membership prior to registering for the league. Once your membership has been purchased you may register for the league and receive the discounted pricing.
– Refunds will ONLY be issued in the event of a program cancellation.
League Policies: We have improved the quality and value of our programs to provide our customers with the best experience possible. Below are some of our new policies.
Individual Registration: Each player is required to register for the league individually; they can register and assign themselves to a specific team. This will ensure quality control, competitive balance, and liability coverage for the facility.
Check-In: Prior to the start of each league game, players will be required to check-in with the field marshal. Players who are not rostered will have to register or pay the substitution fee at the front desk. This ensures quality control, competitive balance, and liability coverage for the facility.
Behavior: Any disrespectful, disruptive or dangerous behavior will not be tolerated, and a player, team, coach or fan may be removed from the center per the discretion of the officials, MOD or Sports Director. All incidents will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Substitution/Drop-In Policy: A substitute is allowed for any regular season league game. This is a great chance to bring out friends who would like to try out the league but do not want to pay the full registration fee, or players who are only in town for a night or two. The fee is $10 per game. A substitute may play on any team but may not play on two different teams in the same league on the same night. No substitutes will be allowed during post-season play.
- If a player fails to pay, either the full registration or sub fee, the Sports Director has the right to forfeit that team’s game.
- Dodgeball is a ‘self-ref’ game and is done on the honor system. Any cheating or dishonest behavior could result in a match forfeit or suspension from the league. All incidents will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
- Six balls are used in the game. At the start of the game, they will be split into two even groups on the center line and during the opening rush, players may only grab the balls to your right.
- You are out if:
- You step over the center line
- A thrown live ball hits your body (clothing also counts)
- You throw a live ball and it is caught by an opponent
- Attempt to block to a thrown ball with a ball you are holding, and the ball is knocked out of your hands
- To promote safety, if a player gets hit in the head, they will not be considered out. Any repeated attempts to ‘headhunt’ opponents could result in a match forfeit or suspension from the league.
- Deflections off the floor, walls, spectators, basket…are considered ‘dead balls’.
- Deflections off a teammate DO COUNT and both players hit are out. ‘Pinball Effect’.
- If a ball hits another ball, which a player has in their possession and that ball is caught by a teammate, the person who threw the ball is out.
- If a ball hits another ball, which a player has in their possession and that ball hits a teammate, the person who was hit (teammate) is out.
- If a ball hits a ball that a player is holding, and the ball is knocked out of the player’s hands, that player is out.
- A ball rebounding off a catch attempt may be caught before touching the floor by any teammate on the ‘hit’ player’s team – result, the thrower is out.
- If you are out, line up on the side in the order you got out (think of it as being in a ‘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 back wall. The teammate must be in the line at the time of the catch to be eligible to be brought back in.
- You may only hold a ball for 15 seconds, afterwards, it will be considered dead. Dead balls need to be rolled over immediately to the other team.
- Have fun, shake hands, make friends and be respectful!
NOTE OF CAUTION: Protect yourself at all times! An opposing player may not know you are out. Avoid getting hurt by hustling off the court immediately once you are out and be on the lookout as you are getting off. Protect yourself even if you are not playing and watching from the stands as well.