Ultimate is a non-contact sport that combines the endurance of soccer with the passing and catching skills of football. A game of ultimate is played with a flying disc by two teams of 7 players on a field with end zones, similar to football. The object of the game is to catch a pass in the opponent’s end zone. After catching the disc, a player must stop running and pass to any of their teammates on the field. Players switch from offense to defense on turnovers that occur with a dropped pass, an interception, or a pass out of bounds.
The Westborough Ultimate program started in 2011 and now consists of two co-ed teams - a Middle School recreation team for grades 5-8, and a High School club for grades 9-12. Beginners are welcome on both teams.
Spring & Fall Programs:
Practices consist of skills development, followed by a fun scrimmage. Games and tournaments against other town s are scheduled as available.
Middle and High School: Games/tournaments against other schools will be determined at a later date and adhere to State Guidelines on Covid 19 activities.
Pick Up Summer Play:
During the Summer, we have an all-ages (10-99) family-style pickup game where teams are formed from the players who arrive that evening. This is a casual, non-competitive game aimed at fun and introducing new players to the sport. There is no fee for this program, but registration is required so we can e-mail program announcements and weather cancellations.
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