834 P.2d 696 (1992)
Defendant broke plaintiff's finger in a touch football game. Plaintiff sued for negligence.
- The court decided the proper application of the assumption of risk doctrine to comparative fault principles.
- A sports participant was liable to a coparticipant only for reckless conduct outside the range of that sport's ordinary activity.
- Plaintiff's claims were dismissed.
The court affirmed dismissal of plaintiff's tort claim for negligence, holding that it was barred by the primary assumption of risk doctrine for ordinary, careless conduct during a sports activity.
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