Playoff Rules

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    • For dodgeball, game will be set for 50 mins. Team with the most amount of wins within that hour will win the head to head matchup. Breaks will be given at set intervals.
    • Every 3 games played will have a 1 min break. After 25 mins there will be a 5 min scheduled break.
    • If teams are tied at the end, one more match will be played as a tie breaker. Regular rules apply, winner takes all.
  2. Volleyball:
    • Game will be played as a best of 3 sets format.
    • First to 21 points for Set 1 and Set 2.
    • Final set – first to 15 points.
    • “Win by 2 points” mechanic is in effect, but will be capped at 23 points for Set 1 and 2 and 17 points for Set 3.
    • Points to win the set may be decreased due to time constraints. This is declared at the start of the set and based on the league rep’s discretion.
  3. Soccer:
    • Game will be set for two 25 minute halves with a 5 minute break in between.
    • If teams are tied after the regulation time, the game will go into a shootout.
    • Shootout rules:
      • Teams pick 3 different shooters to shoot from the foul line;
      • Shooters may only take one step before the ball is shot, no run-ups allowed;
      • Team that scores the most out of the 3 will win; however if there is a tie, teams will continue to shoot until one team scores and the other misses;
      • Teams are allowed to choose the same shooter in the event of a tie, but cannot shoot back to back.
  4. Handball:
    • Game will be set for two 25 minute halves with a 5 minute break in between.
    • Same overtime rules as soccer, game goes into a shootout if there is a tie after regulation time.
    • Shootout rules:
      • Teams pick 3 different shooters to shoot from the foul line;
      • Shooters may only take one step before the ball is shot, no run-ups allowed. Jump-in shots allowed, still no run-ups;
      • Team that scores the most out of the 3 will win; however if there is a tie, teams will continue to shoot until one team scores and the other misses;
      • Teams are allowed to choose the same shooter in the event of a tie, but cannot shoot back to back.
  5. Basketball:
    • Game will be set for two 25 minute halves with a 5 minute break in between.
    • If teams are tied after the regulation time, an overtime period of 1 minute will be played (possession with jump ball).
    • If teams are tied after overtime period, an additional overtime period of 1 minute will be played.
  6. Benchball:
    • Game will be set for two 25 minute halves with a 5 minute break in between.
    • If teams are tied at the end, one more match will be played as a tie breaker. Regular rules apply, winner takes all.