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When can I hit the ball?

  • Posted on: 7 November 2007
  • By: sean

Dear Sean,
Hello I am a manager for an after school program and last night we were playing 4 square when their was a dispute over who was out. Player 1 returned the ball and player 2 re-returned the ball before it bounced in their square but on the re-return she bounced it back into "player 1's" square who did not try to return it claiming that player 2 was for not allowing it to bounce there square. If you can help me settle this dispute so we can continue to enjoy the fun of 4 square it would greatly be appreciated. Thank you! -Annette, 11/8/07 11:19 AM

You need more technique

  • Posted on: 26 September 2007
  • By: sean

Dear Sean,
I recently began a new 4-sqaure club, and it's officially up and running. Our school has already jumped into it anxiously, but i need more techniques and moves. This will madly impress all the participants. Please email back very soon!
-LSEballer, 9/26/07 6:48 PM

Start your own tournament

  • Posted on: 19 September 2007
  • By: sean

Dear Sean,
Our PTA is hosting a 4 square tournament next month and I am looking for some advise on the best way to do this. The ages and skill level will vary from 2nd to 5th graders. -Barb, 9/19/07 11:37 AM

Thanks for your questions, Barb. Glad to know there is more activity out there for kids and four square. Where are you located?

Take a look at the wikipedia entry for information on ages and difficulty. It has some interesting info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_square

Getting a thing going in LA

  • Posted on: 19 January 2006
  • By: sean

Dear Sean,
I'm interested in finding people to play Foursquare with in LA -- perhaps even starting a league. Can you give me any advice in that direction? I think it's awesome that you have such a big group of people to play with -- now if only Boston were closer to Los Angeles... -David, 1/19/06 6:07 PM

Hi David, there are two ways you could go about doing it.

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