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Divisions: A AA B BB C D

This event takes you back to your elementary school days - sure to be action packed and plenty of fun! (6 players - 3 men, 3 women)

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Standard Team Format with Pool Play

Roster Due:

August 20

Game Days:

August 27 - 29


Huffhines Recreation Center
Tuesday, 8/27 - Division AA
Wednesday, 8/28 - Division A
Thursday, 8/29 - Division BB


Heights Recreation Center
Tuesday, 8/27 - Division B
Wednesday, 8/28 - Division C
Thursday, 8/29 - Division D


Huffhines Recreation Center
200. N Plano Rd Richardson, TX 75081
Divisions: A, AA, BB


Heights Recreation Center
711 W. Arapaho Rd Richardson, TX 75080
Divisions: B, C, D


Huffhines Recreation Center
Reservations are not avaliable until July 8th
Starting July 18th
Thursday Only 6:00p - 10:00p
For Reservations Contact Huffhines Recreation Center
200 N. Plano Rd Richardson, TX 75081
Reservations must be made - please call ahead!

Procedure :

Athletes should check in at the registration desk at least 15 minutes prior to their first scheduled game.


Appropriate identification must be presented at the time of registration.


See Identification Segment for acceptable forms of ID

  • During the match substitutions will be allowed during timeouts and in between games only.
    The only exception to this rule will be in the event of an injury where a player cannot continue play.
  • A player who is eliminated from a game is not an eligible substitute for that game.
Corporate Challenge Will Provide: Game balls - your team should supply practice balls. Please wear proper foot wear.
Game balls will be the Mikasa Official Dodgeball.
For details visit: http://mikasasports.com/shop/playground/dgb850/

Game Time is Forfeit Time. Official time will be kept by the Event Coordinator or the Court Monitor.


Teams forfeiting a winners bracket match will be placed in the losers bracket.
If a team concedes, or has started and ceases to play during an event, all prior wins or losses will still stand and any points earned will still be awarded.

Points :

If a team finishes all scheduled games with no forfeits they will earn 30 participation points.

Uniforms: There is no uniform requirement, but it is recommended that each company wear their Corporate Challenge shirts.
Body :

The City of Richardson is the governing body for the event:

  • Games will be played on an indoor court at least 50ft. long and at least 30 ft wide, divided into 2 equal sections by a center line.
  • The ball used in tournament play will be the Mikasa Official Dodgeball.
  • Game begins when the whistle blows. Each team will start with 3 balls in their possession behind the end line. Once the whistle blows all players will step in bounds and all balls will be LIVE.
  • The object of the game is to eliminate all opposing players by getting them “Out”. This may be done by:
    • Hitting an opposing player with a LIVE thrown ball any where on their body, BELOW THE SHOULDERS.
    • Catching a LIVE ball thrown by your opponent before it touches the ground.


NOTE: All thrown balls will remain LIVE until they hit the ground or a wall.
For example if a ball is thrown and does not touch the ground before being touched by 3 players. All 3 players would be declared out if the ball subsequently hits the ground. The same goes for a situation in which a ball is thrown contacts 2-3 different people and then is caught by one of them. The person who threw the ball would be declared out. On the initial contact, if a person is hit above the shoulders, the player who threw the ball, PLUS ONE MORE PLAYER (to be determined by that team's captain) will be deemed out. If a player is hit above the shoulders off of a deflection, the person who threw the ball is not out.


  • During play all players must remain within the boundary lines. Each team will provide a designated Ball Shagger to retrieve balls. Players who step out of bounds to avoid being hit will be called out.
  • The first team to legally eliminate all opposing players will be declared the winner. If neither team has been eliminated at the end of the 3 minutes, the team with the greater number of players remaining will be declared the winner. If at the end of regulation a winner can not be determined as both teams have an equal amount of players remaining a 1 minute overtime period will start and the center line will be taken out of play once the balls have been retrieved. If after the 1 minute overtime period a winner still can not be determined the game winner will be determined by a coin flip.
  • An official match will be determined by the team that wins 2 games out of 3.
  • Substitutes or "Out" players must remain in the designated area to avoid being confused with those currently on the court. The designated area will be noted by the Event Coordinator and/or Cour Monitor.
  • Each team will be allowed 1 timeout per game.
  • In order to reduce stalling, a team player may be declared “Out” if that team is in the lead and controls all balls on their side of the court for more than 10 seconds. This penalty can also be called if both teams have the same number of players. The Event Coordinator or Court Monitor will pick the player to be removed. The Event Coordinator or Court Monitor will make the decision as to whether or not to enforce the penalty.
  • Rule enforcement will be enforced by the Event Coordinator or the Court Monitor. All participants are expected to leave the playing surface as soon as they are hit or a ball they have thrown has been caught.