Student United Way Dodgeball Tournament

Dodgeball Tournament

Grab your friends and form a team to compete in the first-ever Student United Way MAJOR IMPACT DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT on Saturday March 25 at Indian Lake High School. 

This NEW event sponsored by Zimmerman Realty, will bring the FUN of Dodgeball, the entertainment of the game and an opportunity for participants and spectators alike to support outreach agencies in our community through some ‘friendly’ competition.

We need your help to make this event a great success! Sponsorship opportunities are available for your consideration. Get a team together to be part of the fun! Come out to cheer as your friends and co-workers win the tournament---and earn bragging rights for their skills!

Tournament play will tentatively begin at 2pm with double elimination brackets going until the semi-finals and finals for each division beginning at 7:30pm. 4 Co-ed divisions will include: Middle School, High School, Adult and Mature Adult Teams.

Start time may be adjusted according to the number of participating teams but will not start before 2pm. 

Opportunities to support through sponsorship or to participate are on a first come first served basis and availability is limited. Questions can be directed to Melody at 937.592.2886 or

Click here to register.  But don't wait too long.  Team numbers are limited and you don't want to miss out on a great time!

And because we have to the official 'Rules and Regulations' can be found here.

Student United Way is United Way of Logan County’s youth leadership development program.  Each year, two juniors and two seniors from each Logan County high school come together over six months to learn about the social service needs of Logan County and develop solutions to address the biggest issues facing local youth.  They are given a portion of the United Way campaign (this year, it's $25,000) to allocate to programs that apply and meet their criteria.  This year, the Dodgeball Tournament adds a fundraising element to the project.  All proceeds from the event will be added to the amount the students can award via Youth Allocations.