Relay Ball

Relay Ball in DeKalb, Junction, New York

 Relayball the game is a form of football and ultimate frisbee combined. Everyone has to touch the ball and then shoot it in the lacorsse goal, or basketball net which everone you have the game was created by Zane Gardner from De Kalb Junction, New York. Relayball is a form of Touch football (American). The game is played one on one mostly Relayball has been played in De Kalb Junction, New York, North Carolina, & Virgina. The game came from South Africa and was brought to the United States. It’s a popular physical education game in Missouri.

Rules  Depending on the skills of the player, the player starts with a face off and try to score a goal any forward pass is illiegal must be a lateral pass as in Rubgy the fouls are contact, traveling, & charging, and the player must take a free throw on top the foul line in the three point line if committed any fouls. The game is usually played around 3 periods 10 minutes each period.

  • Relayball is generally played at any age and is mostly played Recreation purpouses vary little organization is played in Relayball. Relayball is played nationally in recent years the game is played in South Africa and in India.


Rules can vary in Relayball if you use lacrosse goals there is a PAB Point After Basket in you shoot a basket after a penalty.


There is a independent league of Relayball created by the United States Relayball Club which started in 2003 in the form of Touch Football.

2018 seasonEdit

The opening game of the inaugural season took place in De Kalb Junction, New York David forfited to Gavin making Gavin the winner. Gavin then won against Allie. David forfited the rest of the matches while Gavin won all his matches going 3-0 winning the championship in 2018.

2018 standingsEdit

Teams                  W       L  

Gavin Schryver        3        0

Allison Shorette       2        1

Zane Gardner         1        2 

David Gardner        Forfeited

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