I am sure you have heard this one before. I just started playing again recently with my children and the game brings me back to my childhood. What I have noticed is that there are a lot of new variations/rules that have come out from the newer generations. I don't really care about those too much as I have tried to keep "old school" rules in effect at home. With that being said, I do have 2 questions about 4 square that I am not sure on and my children and I disagree on. Hopefully, you can help.
Dear Sean, Hi my name is Jake, I am 10 years old and in 4th grade, my PE teachers would not allow me to spin the ball in a pass ans told me, to print out the official rules. your web site has no info...Please message me back so i can play again and show her.
In our league, you are allowed to hit the ball as long as you follow these rules...
1. Hit the ball with only your hands. We define hands as the area between your wrists and finger tips. Can use the front or back, it doesn't matter.
Thanks for providing this great website. Would like to ask if you would provide a copy of the score keeping sheets that you use in tournaments. I'll be making an after school activities league at my school and am sure that you've put a lot of time into designing a great score scoring sheet. -Coach Jensen, 11/4/2010