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Speedball or Angle Ball
Team Sports Descriptions
Speed ball - Is an enthusiastic team game that combines soccer and handball. Speed-ball's objective is to advance the ball to the opponent's goal down field to score in various ways. One member from each team will jump for ball to initiate play.
Advancing the ball - the ball can be hand passed between team members; a player is limited to 2 steps with the ball. The second way to advance the ball is by dribbling the ball with your feet (similar to soccer). In order to change from a dribble to a hand pass, the ball must be picked up with your feet.
Scoring rules - 1 point for a thrown goal; 2 points for a kicked goal; and 5 points for a headed goal.
Fouls - In any game there are sportsmanship fouls such as; tripping, pushing, unnecessary roughness, and inappropriate language. Moreover a defender can not knock a ball out of the players hand while in possession.
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Softball, Wiffle ball, and Smash ball
The Field - bases are 65 feet apart, while the mound is 43 feet from homeplate.
The Players - consist of 10 players (4 in the outfield)
Equipment - aluminum bat and 12'' softball (softball); plastic bat and wiffle ball (wiffle ball), aluminum bat and volleyball (smash ball).
Balls and Strikes
4 balls constitute a walk
3 strikes constitutes an out (strike out)
3 balls and 2 strikes (full count)
"Street" Hockey - Street hockey can be played by anyone, anywhere, anytime. You can play one on one, or 10 on 10!
1. OBJECT OF THE GAME: shoot the puck into the other's team net.
2. THE PLAYING SURFACE:Street hockey can be played on almost any indoor or outdoor surface. Empty parking lots, net-less tennis courts, blacktop playgrounds, basketball courts, and indoor gyms can all become street hockey rinks.
3. TEAM PLAYERS:To play street hockey, you must have 12 players in the game at any given time (6 per team). The positions are 3 Forwards, 2 Defensemen and 1 Goalie. Since running is such a big part of the game, you'll need a lot of players to stay fresh. Sixteen players per team is probably best, giving you three lines of forwards and three lines of defenders, plus one goalie.
4. EQUIPMENT:Street hockey is played with street hockey sticks (usually a wooden shaft with a plastic blade) and either a plastic puck or no-bounce ball. This equipment is especially designed for street hockey and works best on playgrounds and gym floors. It's only slightly different from the equipment the pros use to play ice hockey. Your best bet is to wear comfortable sports clothes or jeans and a T-shirt with your equipment. You should wear athletic shoes that are good for the gym or the playground.
5. STARTING PLAY:Time to FACE-OFF! Basically, there are two types of Face-Offs:
1. Standard Face-Off: Opposing centers face each other with their sticks one foot apart on the ground. Be ready because the ref is going to drop the puck and then it's HOCKEY TIME!
2. Stick-To-Stick Face-Off: Opposing centers face each other,
sticks on the ground, the puck in between them. Tap the ground and then your opponent's stick three times (ground-stick, ground-stick, ground-stick), then go or the puck, because its HOCKEY TIME!