Battle of the Barrel
DATE: Thursday, July 18, 2024
TIME: 4:00 PM
Imagine tug of war but with eight to ten players, two hoses, and one cable-suspended barrel. The competition can get heated – and a little wet. Thankfully, Butler County Community College’s Public Safety Training Center is prepared and standing by for any outcome. With everything from three fire trucks and a fire training tower to a burn building and a propane fire station, this Center is “fired up” and ready to host your first responders for a game that’s both professionally practical and a “barrel” of fun!
Open Unisex Team event. Teams may be pooled together for those registering without a team.
Each team may be composed of no more than five people: (1) captain (optional), and four people on the hose band nozzle. The team will switch nozzle persons at the end of each period with no member of the team repeating a turn at the nozzle in one period of play. The team cannot replace anyone on the hose line during the period of play, period of play to mean during the time of the battle with another team for one set or four of the three-minute periods unless a team member is injured. A five-minute time-out will be allotted if a team member is injured. (A team is no more than 5, which includes an optional captain. Only 4 people on the hose line. No
By directing the stream from their nozzle on the barrel and driving it to the opposite goal. The referee will declare them the winner by forfeit for that portion of the battle. Starting firm in the center, each of the contesting teams driving the barrel to their opponent’s goal shall be credited with a goal. When a goal is made, the barrel will again be placed in the center and the contest will be resumed again with time going on. Scoring points are one point per goal.