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Minor League Dodgeball

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Now's your chance to join the Los Angeles Dodgeball Society without risking too much injury. The society's Stay Puft Marshmallow Monday Night league starts April 9 at the Hollywood Rec Center (1122 Cole Avenue). This co-ed league plays with mostly "no-sting" balls. Teams consist of no more than 15 people, each competing for "the sweetest ice cream party ever." Games are at 8 and 9 p.m. Monday nights for nine weeks. Entry fee is $50.

Feeling more adventurous? The Hasselhoff Dodgeball League (played with old school rubber balls the society warns are "less forgiving on the privates") kicks off Wednesday, April 18 with a jam-boree from 8 to 10 p.m. also at the rec center. The season lasts nine weeks and league dues include a "sweet" shirt. Also $50.

To sign up, go to Los Angeles Dodgeball Society