Ultimate Frisbee


Ultimate Frisbee is a fast-paced, non-contact field sport, which encourages speed, dexterity of hands and feet, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Two teams play the game, each with seven players on the field at a time. The field has a similar shape to a football field, with end zones at each end.  Passing the disc, from one player to another, until a player in the end zone catches it scoring a point.  Vital to the sport is a code of conduct called the “Spirit of the Game”.  As a result, ultimate is not refereed, unlike almost every other high school sports.  Players must call penalties themselves and resolve disputes through dialogue.


Karl Koepke