The game is fondly remembered by almost anyone who ever attended grade school.
The rules are simple: hit opponents with a thrown ball, and don't get hit with a thrown ball.
Now, dodgeball has had a resurgence of popularity and leagues have begun to appear throughout the nation.
At Geneva High School last week, the student government used it as a fundraiser in honor of two teachers battling breast cancer. Participants raised $900 for the American Cancer Society at the "Dodge Breast Cancer" event, and two more single-elimination tournaments are being planned for later in the school year.
Fifteen teams made up of at least six players paying $5 each competed.