Chicago – “If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball,” Patches O’Furihan once said in the movie Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story.
No wrenches were involved on Monday, but plenty of kids dodged, ducked, dipped, dived and even played at 19th Ward Alderman Matt O’Shea’s holiday dodgeball tournament on the Far Southwest Side. I dodged it.
More than 250 Chicago kids in preschool through 8th grade kicked off a two-day event featuring dodgeball games and tournaments at Chicago Agricultural Science High School in the Mount Greenwood area.
Eleventh year, Aldo. O’Shea said it was a great event that brought the community together and allowed the kids to burn off some extra energy, but he noticed that the dodgeball used today wasn’t as rough and rigid as it used to be. rice field.
“Yeah, if you hit one of these, you won’t get hurt,” said O’Shea. “The bell will ring, but it’s okay.”
For more information on District 19 dodgeball competitions and other events, please visit our website. Here.
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