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EBISOA High School Rules Review Based on Test Results 11/2014 Clinic.

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1 EBISOA High School Rules Review Based on Test Results 11/2014 Clinic

2 Same as FIFA Laws 61% On a throw-in, the ball is playable when it has left the hands of the thrower. – True – False 63% All free kicks, with the exception of penalty kicks, may be taken in any direction. – True – False 75% During the taking of a penalty kick, the goalkeeper may stand with his feet on the goal line with his back to the kicker. – True – False

3 Same as FIFA Laws 84% The referee has awarded Team B a penalty kick. As B4 runs towards the ball to take the kick, B9, B7 and A5 enter the penalty area. The referee allows the kick to proceed. – A) "If the ball enters the goal, restart play with a kickoff for Team A." – B) "If the ball does not enter the goal, retake the kick.” – C) "Regardless of the outcome, retake the kick." – D) "The referee should not allow the kick to be taken and should caution the TeamB players who encroached.”

4 Dangerous Play 79% (up from 75%) B9 attempts to head the ball, bending at the waist to a 90-degree angle in order to do so. A7, who is also standing there, attempts to volley the ball as it comes down. A7's attempt to kick the ball strikes B9 in the head. B9 is knocked unconscious and an ambulance must be summoned to remove him from the field. – A. A7 is guilty of dangerous play. The referee should award Team B an indirect free kick. – B. A7 is guilty of kicking an opponent. The referee should award Team B a direct free kick. The referee may also caution or disqualify A7. – C. B9 is guilty of dangerous play. The referee should award Team A an indirect free kick. – D. Both players were simply attempting to play the ball and no offense has been committed by either of them.

5 Dangerous Play

6 Flagrantly Fouling the Keeper 83% An official shall disqualify, without caution, any player who flagrantly fouls the goalkeeper in possession of the ball. – True – False

7 Attempted DOGSO -> Caution 84% A7 is on a breakaway, one on one with goalkeeper B1, about at the penalty spot. As A7 attempts to run around B1, B6 runs in from behind A7 and tugs A7's jersey, pulling him off balance. As A7 falls, his right foot kicks the ball weakly towards the goal and it crosses into the goal at the far post. – A) "The goal should not be counted, B6 should be shown the red card and disqualified and Team A should be awarded a penalty kick." – B) "The goal should not be counted, B6 should be shown the yellow card and required to leave the field of play and Team A should be awarded a penalty kick." – C) "The goal should count, B6 should be shown the red card and disqualified and the game should be restarted with a kickoff by Team B." – D) "The goal should count, B6 should be shown the yellow card and required to leave the field of play and the game should be restarted with a kickoff by Team B."

8 Attempted DOGSO -> Caution 84% B3 is moving toward the goal with an opportunity to score. Goalkeeper A1 comes out of the penalty area and handles the ball in an attempt to prevent the goal; however, a goal is scored. What action should the referee take? – A) "Red Card A1 for serious foul play and award the goal." – B) "Red Card A1 for serious foul play and award a direct free kick to Team B at the spot of the foul." – C) "Yellow Card A1 for unsporting behavior and award a direct free kick to Team B at the spot of the foul." – D) "Caution A1 for unsporting behavior and award the goal."

9 Taunting 58% (up from 27%) A9 scores a goal to make the score 1-0 with 1:30 left in the game. He runs towards the portion of the spectators dominated by the opposing team's supporters, where he faces the spectators and points repeatedly to the name of his school on his jersey. – A. A9 is guilty of an excessive act which focuses attention on himself. The referee should caution A9. – B. A9 is guilty of an excessive act which focuses attention on himself. The referee should disqualify A9. – C. A9 is guilty of taunting. The referee should disqualify A9. – D. A9 is not guilty of an offense. Play should restart with a Team B kickoff.

10 Taunting

11 High School Specials 65% The jurisdiction of the officials shall begin: – A) "No later than 15 minutes prior to the start of the game." – B) "On arrival at the field of play and its immediate surroundings.” – C) "As soon as the game starts." – D) "As soon as the referee enters the field of play."

12 High School Specials 75% Clock is stopped to check on an injured goalkeeper. The goalkeeper must be substituted for until the next substitution opportunity for his/her team. – True – False 79% The referee orders the clock stopped while he cautions a player. The official timer restarts the clock when the cautioned player leaves the field and his substitute has entered the field. The official timer is following correct procedure. – True – False

13 High School Specials 72% During inspection of the field, the referees note that the corner flags are not orange. – A) "This is not permitted and the game may not begin until orange corner flags are provided.” – B) "This is not permitted but the game may begin with corner flags that are not orange. The referee should notify the home team to correct the situation for future games." – C) "This is permitted." – D) "Since the corner flags are not the proper color, they should be removed before the game begins."

14 High School Specials 79% During inspection of the field, the referees note that there is no spot or other suitable mark in the center of the field. – A) "This is not permitted and the game may not begin until a suitable mark is made." – B) "This is not permitted but the game may begin without it. The referee should notify the home team to correct the situation for future games." – C) "This is permitted." – D) "This is not permitted and the referees should create a mark before the game begins."

15 Uniforms 74% Team A's head coach has confirmed that all of her players are legally and properly equipped. However, before the game begins, the referee notices that A4 has shinguards that appear to be too small. The referee should: – A) "Accept the coach's confirmation as correct.” – B) "Ask A4 to show him the NOCSAE seal and height range on her shinguards.” – C) "Without seeing the NOCSAE seal and height range, tell A4 that she cannot play with those shinguards" – D) "Require A4 to change shinguards and caution A4's head coach.”

16 High School Specials 80% The home team is wearing white shirts with yellow piping on the shoulders and sleeves, and all white socks. The home team head coach reports to the referee that its school could not afford new home shirts this year. – A) "The referee should not allow the game to begin until the home team is wearing shirts that are all white." – B) "The referee should allow the game to begin. After the game, the referee should report this situation to the state association.” – C) "The referee should allow the game to begin. However, since the shirts are illegal, the home team head coach should receive a caution at the first stoppage." – D) "The referee should allow the game to begin. The home team head coach should be cautioned by the referee at the first stoppage and the referee should report the situation to the state association."

17 Uniforms 83% Goalkeeper jerseys do not have to be numbered. – True – False 83% Before the game, the referee observes that A5 is wearing a very large knee brace. – A) "A5 may not participate in the game while wearing a knee brace." – B) "A5 may participate in the game while wearing a knee brace if it is completely covered with a neoprene sleeve." – C) "A5 may participate in the game while wearing a knee brace if it has not been altered from the manufacturer's original product." – D) "A5 may participate in the game while wearing a knee brace if she can show the referee a doctor's permission slip."

18 KFTPM 60% (up from 50%) A game that must have a winner remains tied after overtime played under the NFHS Sample Tie-Breaking Procedure. The game will now proceed to a penalty kick tie-breaker. The team B coach informs the referee that he now wishes to add a player to his team's roster, a junior varsity team player who has been sitting in the stands during the game. The coach reports that this player is legally and properly equipped. The referee must allow this addition to the roster and permit the player to participate in the penalty kick tie-breaker if he is selected to do so by the Team B coach. – A. True – B. False

19 Substitution 75% A22 receives a first caution and is required to leave the field. Team A can substitute for A22 with a player from the bench. – A. Team B can substitute an unlimited number of players as long as each substitute has reported to the scorer or nearest official prior to being beckoned in as a player. – B. Team B can substitute from the bench an equal number of players as Team A is substituting. – C. Team B can substitute up to 11 players from the bench. – D. Team B may not substitute.

20 Substitution High School Rule Book – Rule 3, Sections 3 – 6 Phrases: “from the bench”, “beckon”


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