Incredibly feral game which many schools are now banning for some (presumably stupid) reason. I am, sadly,a victim of these decisions; thelast good dodgeball game I played was in 7th grade. Many variations of this game exist, but most of them involve flinging soft, medium-sized foam balls at one another on 2 sides of a line. Getting hit makes you 'out.' Occasionally, provisions are added to reverse the 'out' status, but they usually involve teamwork of some sort.
I felt that the dodgeball game, becoming more and more fast-paced and violent, was the pinnacle of physical education class. Then I felt the burning sting of the foam ball as I realized, "Don't think, MOVE!"