Prepare 5 targets. Round one: Take one (1) shot at each target from at least ten (10) feet away. Round two: Increase the distance away from your target and take a second shot towards each one. Check the ranges to see your accuracy percentage. Submit your best percentage of targets hit.
Stick of choice
Ball of choice
Something to mark your spots
A net or goal borders
10-30%: 1-3 Target(s) Hit – Try again!
40-70%: 4-7 Targets Hit – You’re getting the hang of it!
80-100%: 8-10 Targets Hit – Great job!
Hit your targets while in motion (like while running, skating or falling).
Show us your best trick shot!
After creating your own doubleball, find a stick or branch that feels comfortable to hold and shoot your double ball with. Some sticks have a slight hook at the end that you may like better for releasing a shot. Shoot the double ball from shoulder height, parallel with the ground and ending your throw facing your stick end towards your target. Single point for hitting your target, double points for wrapping it around your target. Start standing 3-5 feet away. Inrease your distance and try to do three points in a row!
Two soft bouncy balls
A stick/branch, an upright post (for example: an open based tree, basement pole, etc.)
What’s the furthest distance reached while hitting your target?
Pass and catch with a partner, and/or invite more to join in and play a game with four (2v2) or more people!
Show us your own “stickball” drill design by you! It must involve at least four important skills and/or sections.
Like any sport, the best way to master your skills is to practice! But where do you begin? Drills usually focus on skills such as agility, balance, and coordination needed to play different sporting activities. Various stickball games may be played anywhere from the ground level up. Consider that and any basics involved when controlling the ball from, around, and/or between other objects when stick handling, throwing, passing, or shooting.
Design, explain, and demonstrate your own drill (100 points)
Perform your own drill at game speed. Invite someone to test it out!
Show us your fastest timed drill completed with a BIG FINISH (Score! Sprint Hard!). Invite a challenger!