Run the Gauntlet

Each team can number as high as 25 players are divided into two equal groups. The throwing team, is stationed in two parallel lines about 30 to 50 feet apart, facing each other. The opposing team is challenged to run between the two parallel lines while the throwing team attempts to hit them with the balls. In running the gauntlet, the running team can either make one trip or be challenged to run “down and back” to complete one trip. Teams can each take two or three turns running the gauntlet. Count one point for each runner hit with the ball. Should a runner catch the ball it’s two points for their team. The team with the most points after the designated amount of rounds wins.


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