Green Games (2012)

Event Type
Team Tournament
Event Start
Event End
Puyallup, WA

Registration has closed, but we may be able to accept additional teams in certain divisions through February 26.  Email if you are interested in joining the tournament.

The third annual Green Games will take place at Heritage Recreation Center in Puyallup on Sunday, March 11.  The Green Games is a jamboree, round-robin style tournament.  We will schedule three games for each team, with one bye during the day.

Who Should Attend?

There are four divisions:

  • Middle school girls
  • Middle school boys
  • High school boys
  • High school girls

This is a school-based tournament, meaning that all players on a team should attend the same school.  However, because it is an early season tournament, this rule is flexible.  For the Green Games, teams made up of players from more than one school will not be required to apply for an exception to the Eligibility Rules.  They need only notify the Tournament Director (TD) of their situation at the time of registration, or by email before the tournament.  To maintain the integrity of competition, please limit the number of schools represented on one team (no all-star teams, please).  Consortium teams will be accepted at the discretion of the Tournament Director.

Registration & Important Dates

The registration fee is $125 per team.  Scholarships are available for teams with financial need.  Payments are due by Wednesday, February 29.

Registration will open December 16 and is due by February 19.  All teams will initially be waitlisted and will be notified of their bid status by February 27.  Bids will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please review the paperwork requirements in the Rules section below.

If registration is open, a "Register Now" link will be available directly below this sentence.


  1. Games will be played by the Official Rules of Ultimate, 11th Edition.
  2. All teams must have a coach or active adult supervision! The coach must be at least 21 years of age and will need to complete the DiscNW Coaching Code of Conduct, which includes training in the management of head injuries and concussions.
  3. The coach must submit a signed DiscNW Youth Participation Agreement and Release and Concussion Information Sheet for each player on the roster.  Coaches should keep their own hard copy of the first page of this packet and bring it to the tournament and practices, since it contains a medical authorization which allows the coach to seek medical care for a player if the parent cannot be reached.  Please alphabetize the player waivers by last name before submitting them.
  4. Each team must submit a team roster. You may use the DiscNW Youth Team Roster, or the roster may be in your own format, but it must include the name of the event, the year of the event, the school and team names, and the full names, grades, and genders of all players. Please alphabetize the player names by last name on the form.

DiscNW prefers to receive scanned versions of the paperwork by email before the tournament (), but if you need to to submit hard copies, you may do so on the morning of the event.  Any team that fails to submit its paperwork before play will not be permitted to participate.