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Greek Week Cornhole Rules

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Cornhole

Each team will consist of two members from each organization on eash team.

Beside each platform there will be one player from each doubles team.

Each person – one from each team – takes turns throwing all four of their bean bags from one side of the platform. He may choose either side of the platform, but all of his throws in that inning must be from the same side.

Each player throws one bag and allows the next player to throw.

This continues until everyone from that platform has thrown all of their bags.

Play then moves to the second platform and proceeds the same way with each person throwing one bag at a time.

When each player from each team has thrown all four of their bags, it is considered the end of the inning.

The next inning starts with the highest scoring player from each platform throwing the first bag. If no points were scored, the second person to throw in the last inning starts the throw.

If a bag lands inside of the hole of the platform, either by sliding in, by direct hit or by being hit in by another player's bag, it scores three points.

If a bag is touching any part of the platform when it comes to rest it scores one point, however if any part of the bag touches any part of the ground before coming to rest on the platform, it does not score the point. (So, if the bag lands on the platform and slides off onto the ground –resting a corner on the platform – it scores one point. If it lands on the ground and rolls into the paltfrom and rests on the side of the platform it does not score the point. Any bag that doesn't qualify for either of these point values score no point.)

The team that scores the highest score over 21 at the end of any given inning is the winning team.

Ladder Golf

Each organization will provide a team of two.

One member from each team will stand on each side of the ladder.  The other team member will stand by the opposite ladder.

The ladders are about 15 feet apart.

Each team throws 3 bolas per round.

The top step is worth 3 points the middle, 2 points and the bottom, 1 point.

The game is played to 21, if in a round you go over then you score 0 for that round.

Points cancel each other out, so only one team scores per round (for example, team A scores 5 points and team B scores three, only two points for Team A are recorded).

Dodgeball

THE TEAM
The game shall be played between two teams of 6 players.

THE GAME
The object of the game is to eliminate all opposing players by getting them "OUT". This may be done by:

1.      Hitting an opposing player with a thrown ball below the shoulders.

Note:  If a player ducks, and this is clearly the cause for the player being hit above the shoulders, the player is out and the throw is legal.

2.      Catching a ball thrown by your opponent before it touches the ground.

3.      Causing an opponent to drop a live ball as a result of contact by another thrown live ball. (usually occurs when a ball is being used to block a thrown ball.)

4.      An opposing player stepping out of bounds. (To avoid getting hit and not because he or she is retrieving a ball - in which case you have 5 seconds to retrieve a ball, and come immediately back into the playing field.)

Game begins by placing the dodgeballs along the center line. Players then take a position behind their end line. Following a signal by the official, teams may approach the centerline to retrieve the balls. This signal officially starts the contest. Ball must  touch back wall before being played for the first time.

 

The first team to legally eliminate all opposing players will be declared the winner. A 10-minute time limit has been established for each contest. If neither team has been eliminated at the end of the 10 minutes, the team with the greater number of players remaining will be declared the winner. In the case of an equal number of players remaining after regulation, a 3-minute sudden-death overtime period will be played. 

 

BOUNDARIES
1.  During play, all players must remain within the boundary lines.

2.      Players must only leave from the end line to retrieve balls and must return to the court by the end lines.

3.      During play, all players must remain in the boundary lines.

4.      A player may be handed a ball, provided the player receiving the ball remains completely within their teams field boundaries.  Players may be handed a ball while standing out of bounds.

5.      A player shall not:

A.     Have any part of their body contact the playing surface on or over the sideline.

B.     Enter or re-enter the field through their sidelines.

C.     Leave the playing field to avoid being hit by attempt to catch a ball.

D.     Have any part of their body cross the center line and contact ground on their opponents’ side of the court.

Penalty:  Player will be declared out 

Note:  A player not immediately re-entering the playing area may be declared out.


MATCH PLAY
Matches will be decided using a "best-of-three" format in which the first team to win two (2) games will be declared the winner.