Survivor Sunday is a special feature
that this tournament offers that no other tournament has. All teams, U-11 and above, play three games on Saturday.
Points are tallied and each team in the age bracket is awarded a seed number at the end of the day. Sunday play is based
on seeding where play is similar to the NCAA basketball tournament. All teams play on Sunday. Survivor Sunday
simply means if you win, you play again. If you lose, your tournament play ends. Before each game, we play the Survivor
theme song then sound the buzzer and drop the ball. Of course, the higher the seed, the easier the path. Survivor
Sunday is designed to play every other half hour which depending on the size of the bracket, you could end up playing an additional
four games on Sunday. If a game ends in a tie on Survivor Sunday, both teams go to Tribal Council where a shootout Yak
Attack style occurs; a shootout against my hay bale goalie.
Yak Attack UNIFORM CONTEST
Yak Attack is sponsoring a uniform
contest. This event is one of the trademarks of the Yak Attack. Teams are encouraged to make their own uniforms
for this event and many teams come to the event with some awesome looking and funny looking uniforms. We parade all
the teams across the main stage and introduce each team to the crowd. Uniforms have to be in good taste and three winners
are awarded; Boys, Girls, and Grand Champion. Each winning team wins a $100.00 gift certificate from the Yak Attack
Tournament. Contest starts at 12:45 on Saturday.
unique feature of the Yak Attack is our Northwest Harvest Food Drive. In years past we have had a food drive where teams
bring in food and win a ride a limousine. The past two years we have seen food donations plummet which might be caused
by the economy, we don't know. This year we will be doing it a little different. We are asking each participant
to bring 1 can of soup to the tournament. This has the potential of gathering 1800 cans of soup which the food bank
would be gratefull.