“Assassins” game to go on
Original post made by Daniel Morizono, San Ramon Valley High School, on Mar 10, 2010
"Assassins" is a game played in teams where players "eliminate" each other with Nerf guns, earning points in the process. The game may not be played anytime during school hours or during school sporting events. Game rules state that assassinations may be made directly within players' houses, as well as on exterior property, such as a front lawn. Teams are organized into brackets and the winning team with the most points earns a cash prize.
This game is played annually by students at San Ramon Valley High School in the spring. A similar "Assassins" tournament is also being played across town at Monte Vista High School.
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