All of our leagues are fun & social with an emphasis on having a good time! Overall, we have a relaxed set of rules for all our sports that promote equality and fast-paced high-action play. All officials have the last and final calls. Our rules our mainly used to keep the order and integrity of the sport and to lower the odds of major contact!

A detailed PDF of each sports specific rules are found by clicking the following links:


Please see below for a general overview:


  • 10 players vs. 10 players.
  • Pitchers will be from the opposing team.
  • Minimum of 4 females on the field.
  • 7 players including 2 females required to start the game.
  • No headshots at baserunners.
  • Everyone must be in the batting/kicking order.
  • Best efforts used to mix up the batting order with males and females.
  • Games will be 7 innings or one hour long (no inning must start after 50 minutes).
  • No player other than the catcher may cross the pitchers mound 1B/3B diagonal line until contact is made.
  • Max of 3 â??kickableâ?? pitches to put the ball in play (including fouls).
  • A "kickbable" pitch otherwise known as a strike will be defined as a ball that crosses the plate within one foot of either side of the plate and that is not bouncing more than one foot high. Any other pitch is a ball.
  • Bunting is not allowed as balls short of the 1B/3B line are foul unless judged a true misshit.
  • All kicks must take place at or behind home plate.
  • Runners can leave on contact and must stay in base-paths.
  • Overthrows out of bounds give runners one extra base.
  • Players can get out by strike out (3 balls with none in play), caught flyball, force out at a base, or hitting a runner below the neck with the ball.
  • You will be called safe at home as long as you cross the plane within the basepath (no need to touch plate).
  • A double will be awarded to any batter who receives THREE balls.


  • 6 player vs. 6 player format.
  • Teams can rotate in at a set spot or substitute after each game (teams choice).
  • Minimum of two females on the court at a time.
  • Each match consissts of 3 games of rally scoring to 25 points (win by 2).
  • Teams must rotate every side-out.
  • Any serve that touches the net is in play.
  • All other regular voleyball rules apply.
  • If no referee or administartor is at your court on a given week, games may be self-called. Scoreboards will be provided for every court.
  • Volleyballs, nets, and lined courts provided. Feel free to bring your own ball for warmup or to continue play after official games.


  • Games are 8 vs. 8 players.
  • Minimum of 3 females on the field.
  • Games are two 22 minute halves with stop time in the last two minutes of the second half.
  • No contact or any blocking or picks.
  • First downs for each cone/marker that passed.
  • Five Mississippi rush count must be yelled.
  • No running plays unless a defender crosses the line of scrimmage (only QB).
  • Teams must use a female players every 3 downs.
  • Teams may play with 6 or 7 people to avoid forfeit as long as they have one or more females.
  • Touchdowns are awarded 6 points.
  • Extra points of 10 yards for two points and 2 yard conversions are for one point (team choice).
  • Teams will have four downs to either score or earn another first down.
  • If team fails to score or get a first down, possession changes.
  • Offense can elect to punt on any down, must be announced, no fakes.
  • Each team gets two timeouts per game.
  • No kickoffs (teams get possession of the ball on their own 10 yard line).

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