How well do you know these Leave It to Beaver sports situations?

Will you knock this quiz out of the park?

Wally Cleaver, played by Tony Dow, will always be remembered as the classic All-American boy. He embodied the suburban teenage lifestyle for the time by balancing school, a younger sibling, growing pains and athletics.

Wally’s character was well-rounded and Leave It to Beaver didn’t hesitate to shine a light on his sports-related achievements, referencing his scoring in football and basketball or out-running the competition on the track. He even tried his hand at coaching! 

Beaver didn't hesitate to take a swing or put on a helmet either. 

Where Wally and the Beaver went, some form of trouble was certainly going to follow, and there was no exception when it came to sports. 

Whether in the driveway, field or on the court, can you answer these sports-related questions from Leave It to Beaver? 

Don't fumble your answers! 

Watch Leave It to Beaver on MeTV!

Weekdays at 8:00 AM & 8:30 AM

*available in most MeTV markets
  1. Wally and Beaver use their own money to buy Ward a new hunting jacket. Ward thinks they skipped school to purchase what sports-related accessory?
  2. Ward gets jealous when the boys play basketball at the Dennison's house. He builds a hoop in the Cleaver driveway, but what's wrong with it?
  3. Even after the hoop is fixed, the neighborhood boys leave the Cleaver's driveway for the Dennison's. Can you recall why?
  4. Who takes the swing that breaks the Cleaver's house window, when the boys are playing baseball in the street?
  5. With one window already broken, Beaver takes a swing and breaks another. What window does he break?
  6. Wally is admiring a fake home run he hit, when a man walking on the street tries to find what Wally is looking at. What does he say to the man?
  7. Why does Lumpy threaten Beaver after a game of baseball?
  8. Wally and Eddie become coaches for Beaver's team. What sport are they calling plays for?
  9. After horsing around in the locker room, Wally is off the team for a week. What sport is he kicked off of?
  10. Why doesn't Beaver want to go to his football award ceremony, after being excited about it up until the night of the banquet?
  11. Since Lumpy's car is having trouble, Ward lets him drive the Cleaver car to a sporting event. With Wally and Beaver riding along, what event are they returning from when Lumpy goes off the main road and damages Ward's car?
  12. With high expectations in the Cleaver household, Beaver goes out for what team sport at school, only to find he may not live up to the Wally Cleaver standard?

How well do you know these Leave It to Beaver sports situations?

Your Result...

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Pellentesque nec ante ipsum. Mauris viverra, urna et porta sagittis, lorem diam dapibus diam, et lacinia libero quam id risus.
 
Are you sure you want to delete this comment?
Close

63 Comments

Post a comment
KellyTenace 2 days ago
Leave it to Beaver was such a gentle, well written comedy. Nothing like much of the slapstick or similar of the era. Even the Andy Griffith Show, which certainly had some gentle to it, never would have been as funny without Don Knotts who, funny as he was, was a bit slapstick. Leave it to Beaver was and still is a really an under-rated show and, IHMO really stands up better than most comedies from that era.
dodgebob 3 days ago
I did really well, I only missed 6, but I got #6 right.
F5Twitster 3 days ago
SOMEBODY doesn't know how to write the possessive form of plurals in English.

It's CLEAVERS' and DENNISONS', not "cleaver's" and "Dennison's."

HOW do such people find employment writing this kind of thing, or anything?
Mac2Nite F5Twitster 3 days ago
Easy does it... Ward Cleaver would not be pleased.
KellyTenace F5Twitster 2 days ago
You must be fun at parties.
LoveMETV22 Mac2Nite 22 hours ago
I think he/she/it secretly works for MeTV, and comes back to correct grammar, punctuation, etc.... mistakes. As if anyone cares.
olddogg 3 days ago
Gee Wally, I really sucked at this quiz.
eddiecantorfan 4 days ago
12 out of 12 !
Even EDDIE HASKELL would have been very happy about my score!!
Snickers 4 days ago
Boy that was bad 8/12
hyppymom Snickers 4 days ago
Here, too. And I watch LITB every day! I'm ashamed. 🤭
Snickers hyppymom 4 days ago
Nothing to be ashamed of at least you tried.
Zip Snickers 3 days ago
Don't fret. Mine was "badder." 7/12.
Mac2Nite Snickers 3 days ago
You're not alone... I watch LiTB every morning... have for years... and I only got 7/12 😥
NickG 5 days ago
10 of 12. Not bad. The saddest sports related episode was when Ward's autographed ball got run over in the street.
Wendy57 5 days ago
9/12
Actually Ward seemed to be a pretty good athlete himself. I guess June would’ve had to demonstrate her athleticism in heels and pearls. 😆
NickG Wendy57 5 days ago
LOL. Isn’t it once mentioned she played girls basketball in school?
Wendy57 NickG 4 days ago
Maybe ? Not sure. You might be right though. She was tall.
JHP Wendy57 4 days ago
oh c'mon - He was hard on the beaver (snicker - snicker)
bripuck1 5 days ago
The answer to 11 is actually home.
Are you sure you want to delete this comment?