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[wikipedia]Sloshball is a drinking game. It is played very much like your typical [wikipedia]softball or [wikipedia]kickball rules but with a few twists:

Annual Sloshball Games

pimprob.jpgLisa Bo Feng, Shannon Mitchell, Rob Roy, Nadine Elsibai, and Katy Tang at the Aggie vs. KDVS Sloshball game, June 2006

During spring, there are Sloshball games about three times a week at Slide Hill Park. This is probably because open containers are allowed and there is an awesome cement slide.

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2005-06-04 02:57:04   This is just a quick little note to let KDVS that they are about to get PWNZER3D by The California Aggie tomorrow. Good luck, folks. That Sudwerk trip was all the energy needed. W00t! —MichaelGiardina


2005-06-06 06:31:22   I think I'm smelling a Columnists vs Feminists game, we'll bring the pink you bring the pain. —JimSchwab


2005-06-06 16:58:00   I think James is saying this in jest. I think the Aggie is a great college newspaper and the best paper in Yolo County. And I, for one, concede that the Aggie won the sloshball game even though I do debate a couple runs they scored. I will also say that the Aggie is a better news source than KDVS. That is because it is not KDVS' speciality. BUT if you divde the product that KDVS provides by how much emplyees are paid and look at the product and do the same thing with the Aggie, lets be honest, dollar for dollar KDVS is better. —RobRoy


2005-06-06 17:02:26   Oh snap! —BrentLaabs


2005-06-06 21:24:31   LOL, Sorry I guess sarcasm does not translate well over the internet. I was just trying to bring some humor. —JimSchwab


2006-02-19 16:38:23   Uh, can anybody say Slip N Sloshball? The name should be pretty self explanatory, but you get a slip n slide for the last leg of the third to home stretch. Set up the SNS so it is at an angle. You don't want to bat in a puddle. I've only found one park in all of Davis that can accomodate it. Suffice it to say you need a spigot near home plate, and about 100 feet of garden hose. It's in an elementary school's field. Any more and I give away our secluded spot. Happy searching! —JeffSpeckles


2007-09-10 16:04:12   Whats up bros!! Check out our sloshball/kegsoftball website @ www.KEGSOFTBALL.com

Email us, or drop us a message in the guestbook, and we'll add you to the list of keggers from across the country.

Game on.

Mike T
Sackets Harbor, NY —kegsoftballhero


2008-09-24 11:52:16   Does one need to obtain some sort of permit to have a keg at say, Slide Hill Park? —EricLin


2008-12-17 16:43:18   Sloshball is tons of fun. We even made it into a fund raiser, and made a video montage. See here: [WWW]http://www.teamramble.com/Pages/Templates/Sloshball.html

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