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How To Play[edit]

You must hit the ball over the set line before it hits the ground more than the set number of bounces like in volleyball where it can bounce zero times. Instead of a net you use a line to hit it over to the opposing side. You may not cross the line or fight the opposing team. Hitting the ball out of bounds will result in sitting out for a set amount of time. The regular set of numbers is 1 bounce and 2 minutes, but when using grass rules it can bounce infinitely until rolling and there are no penalties. When the ball is bouncing on anything other than ground the bounces do not count. Points are optional, but if a very competitive group like the Mount Olive Baptist Church youth group is playing using points will make this game dangerous. For the best experience when using regular rules use a square court with a diagonal line splitting the sides in two, but with grass rules use a horizontal rectangular court divided vertically.


As of 4/9/2019 This game is exclusively played at Mount Olive Baptist Church. This game helps to draw people to this church.[1] When playing this game do not wear very nice pants, for any pants that you wear may rip when you dive for the ball.


To "Pull a Walker" is a lineball term meaning that you have tried to hit the ball with great force but have missed the ball. There are other non-official terms used, but are not included in this article.


This game was created by the Mount Olive youth in winter 2018/2019 when they tried to play volleyball but failed to do well. They changed the rules up and made a couple versions of new rules. The term "Pull a Walker" was created when one of the youth named Walker missed the ball several times.


Recorded Injuries[edit]

  • 1 Broken Nose


  1. "Students | Mount Olive Baptist Church". Retrieved 2019-04-09.

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