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Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 4, 2010 Under: sport

Imagine a sport that combines football and basketball played together. This sport will be played on a court instead of a field.
Soccer-hoop is a sport played with a ball of a volleyball nature. There is a hoop at the end of each zone or court. Soccer-hoop consists of four, thirteen minute quarters. If the game results in overtime it is played at four minute intervals each.These game lengths are designated for professional level players. On a varsity level, each quarter would consist of approximately ten minutes of play and overtime would be three minutes. There are six players on each team that are on the court at the same time. Points are scored in denominations of two. Each player is allowed up to four fouls and each team is given three chances to score before having to surrender the ball to the other team. Every team is allowed three time outs during each quater.

Object
The object of the game is to be able to place the ball inside the net-hoop by either throwing and or tossing it. The ball is also moved around by hitting it with your head. The ball is not allowed to be dribbled or bounced on the court while in your posession, although you can run with it. In giving the ball to another player on your team you can pass or toss the ball with your hands or head. You can also block a players shot at the hoop-net as long as you don't dribble, bounce the ball or tackle the player of the opposing team. The team with the most points wins.

Start
The game begins with a toss up. The winning team takes the ball and the players attempt to run with the ball or get closer to the hoop-net by passing it or hitting it with their heads. If a player is surrounded and unable to pass the ball for five seconds the referee will sound and either give the team who originally posessed the ball back starting from center court, if they have attempts left or the ball will go to the opposing team. The goal is to score as many points without dribbling or bouncing the ball.

foul
A player cannot be tackled to the ground. This is considered to be a foul. The fouled player will be allowed to take a foul shot from wherever he was fouled which is worth three points, if on the players scouring side of court. If the foul did not occur on the players side of scoring zone, then the team is given ten foul seconds to score a point and then resume the game after the foul shot attempt is made.  

This game is an alternative to sports that often result in violent playing and also creates coordination among those who play it because it is designed to use other methods of skill and task in an athletic enviornment.

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Hoopnet

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 4, 2010 Under: sport

Imagine a sport that combines football and basketball played together. This sport will be played on a court instead of a field.
Soccer-hoop is a sport played with a ball of a volleyball nature. There is a hoop at the end of each zone or court. Soccer-hoop consists of four, thirteen minute quarters. If the game results in overtime it is played at four minute intervals each.These game lengths are designated for professional level players. On a varsity level, each quarter would consist of approximately ten minutes of play and overtime would be three minutes. There are six players on each team that are on the court at the same time. Points are scored in denominations of two. Each player is allowed up to four fouls and each team is given three chances to score before having to surrender the ball to the other team. Every team is allowed three time outs during each quater.

Object
The object of the game is to be able to place the ball inside the net-hoop by either throwing and or tossing it. The ball is also moved around by hitting it with your head. The ball is not allowed to be dribbled or bounced on the court while in your posession, although you can run with it. In giving the ball to another player on your team you can pass or toss the ball with your hands or head. You can also block a players shot at the hoop-net as long as you don't dribble, bounce the ball or tackle the player of the opposing team. The team with the most points wins.

Start
The game begins with a toss up. The winning team takes the ball and the players attempt to run with the ball or get closer to the hoop-net by passing it or hitting it with their heads. If a player is surrounded and unable to pass the ball for five seconds the referee will sound and either give the team who originally posessed the ball back starting from center court, if they have attempts left or the ball will go to the opposing team. The goal is to score as many points without dribbling or bouncing the ball.

foul
A player cannot be tackled to the ground. This is considered to be a foul. The fouled player will be allowed to take a foul shot from wherever he was fouled which is worth three points, if on the players scouring side of court. If the foul did not occur on the players side of scoring zone, then the team is given ten foul seconds to score a point and then resume the game after the foul shot attempt is made.  

This game is an alternative to sports that often result in violent playing and also creates coordination among those who play it because it is designed to use other methods of skill and task in an athletic enviornment.

In : sport 



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Hoopnet

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 4, 2010 Under: sport

Imagine a sport that combines football and basketball played together. This sport will be played on a court instead of a field.
Soccer-hoop is a sport played with a ball of a volleyball nature. There is a hoop at the end of each zone or court. Soccer-hoop consists of four, thirteen minute quarters. If the game results in overtime it is played at four minute intervals each.These game lengths are designated for professional level players. On a varsity level, each quarter would consist of approximately ten minutes of play and overtime would be three minutes. There are six players on each team that are on the court at the same time. Points are scored in denominations of two. Each player is allowed up to four fouls and each team is given three chances to score before having to surrender the ball to the other team. Every team is allowed three time outs during each quater.

Object
The object of the game is to be able to place the ball inside the net-hoop by either throwing and or tossing it. The ball is also moved around by hitting it with your head. The ball is not allowed to be dribbled or bounced on the court while in your posession, although you can run with it. In giving the ball to another player on your team you can pass or toss the ball with your hands or head. You can also block a players shot at the hoop-net as long as you don't dribble, bounce the ball or tackle the player of the opposing team. The team with the most points wins.

Start
The game begins with a toss up. The winning team takes the ball and the players attempt to run with the ball or get closer to the hoop-net by passing it or hitting it with their heads. If a player is surrounded and unable to pass the ball for five seconds the referee will sound and either give the team who originally posessed the ball back starting from center court, if they have attempts left or the ball will go to the opposing team. The goal is to score as many points without dribbling or bouncing the ball.

foul
A player cannot be tackled to the ground. This is considered to be a foul. The fouled player will be allowed to take a foul shot from wherever he was fouled which is worth three points, if on the players scouring side of court. If the foul did not occur on the players side of scoring zone, then the team is given ten foul seconds to score a point and then resume the game after the foul shot attempt is made.  

This game is an alternative to sports that often result in violent playing and also creates coordination among those who play it because it is designed to use other methods of skill and task in an athletic enviornment.

In : sport 



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Hoopnet

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 4, 2010 Under: sport

Imagine a sport that combines football and basketball played together. This sport will be played on a court instead of a field.
Soccer-hoop is a sport played with a ball of a volleyball nature. There is a hoop at the end of each zone or court. Soccer-hoop consists of four, thirteen minute quarters. If the game results in overtime it is played at four minute intervals each.These game lengths are designated for professional level players. On a varsity level, each quarter would consist of approximately ten minutes of play and overtime would be three minutes. There are six players on each team that are on the court at the same time. Points are scored in denominations of two. Each player is allowed up to four fouls and each team is given three chances to score before having to surrender the ball to the other team. Every team is allowed three time outs during each quater.

Object
The object of the game is to be able to place the ball inside the net-hoop by either throwing and or tossing it. The ball is also moved around by hitting it with your head. The ball is not allowed to be dribbled or bounced on the court while in your posession, although you can run with it. In giving the ball to another player on your team you can pass or toss the ball with your hands or head. You can also block a players shot at the hoop-net as long as you don't dribble, bounce the ball or tackle the player of the opposing team. The team with the most points wins.

Start
The game begins with a toss up. The winning team takes the ball and the players attempt to run with the ball or get closer to the hoop-net by passing it or hitting it with their heads. If a player is surrounded and unable to pass the ball for five seconds the referee will sound and either give the team who originally posessed the ball back starting from center court, if they have attempts left or the ball will go to the opposing team. The goal is to score as many points without dribbling or bouncing the ball.

foul
A player cannot be tackled to the ground. This is considered to be a foul. The fouled player will be allowed to take a foul shot from wherever he was fouled which is worth three points, if on the players scouring side of court. If the foul did not occur on the players side of scoring zone, then the team is given ten foul seconds to score a point and then resume the game after the foul shot attempt is made.  

This game is an alternative to sports that often result in violent playing and also creates coordination among those who play it because it is designed to use other methods of skill and task in an athletic enviornment.

In : sport 



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Hoopnet

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, April 4, 2010 Under: sport

Imagine a sport that combines football and basketball played together. This sport will be played on a court instead of a field.
Soccer-hoop is a sport played with a ball of a volleyball nature. There is a hoop at the end of each zone or court. Soccer-hoop consists of four, thirteen minute quarters. If the game results in overtime it is played at four minute intervals each.These game lengths are designated for professional level players. On a varsity level, each quarter would consist of approximately ten minutes of play and overtime would be three minutes. There are six players on each team that are on the court at the same time. Points are scored in denominations of two. Each player is allowed up to four fouls and each team is given three chances to score before having to surrender the ball to the other team. Every team is allowed three time outs during each quater.

Object
The object of the game is to be able to place the ball inside the net-hoop by either throwing and or tossing it. The ball is also moved around by hitting it with your head. The ball is not allowed to be dribbled or bounced on the court while in your posession, although you can run with it. In giving the ball to another player on your team you can pass or toss the ball with your hands or head. You can also block a players shot at the hoop-net as long as you don't dribble, bounce the ball or tackle the player of the opposing team. The team with the most points wins.

Start
The game begins with a toss up. The winning team takes the ball and the players attempt to run with the ball or get closer to the hoop-net by passing it or hitting it with their heads. If a player is surrounded and unable to pass the ball for five seconds the referee will sound and either give the team who originally posessed the ball back starting from center court, if they have attempts left or the ball will go to the opposing team. The goal is to score as many points without dribbling or bouncing the ball.

foul
A player cannot be tackled to the ground. This is considered to be a foul. The fouled player will be allowed to take a foul shot from wherever he was fouled which is worth three points, if on the players scouring side of court. If the foul did not occur on the players side of scoring zone, then the team is given ten foul seconds to score a point and then resume the game after the foul shot attempt is made.  

This game is an alternative to sports that often result in violent playing and also creates coordination among those who play it because it is designed to use other methods of skill and task in an athletic enviornment.

In : sport 



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