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1 2004 MAC Scorekeeping Class Primary Trainer Rick Dubois (571) or (703)

2 Agenda Administrative Discussion – New Boys League, Game Assignments, Playoffs, & Rules Interpretations/Changes – John Porter Administrative Discussion – New Boys League, Game Assignments, Playoffs, & Rules Interpretations/Changes – John Porter Ball Handling Discussion, if necessary – Ron Zientek & James Dornak Ball Handling Discussion, if necessary – Ron Zientek & James Dornak Problem Plays and Situations Problem Plays and Situations Game Management Game Management Scorekeeping Example/Test Scorekeeping Example/Test USAV Clinics/Referee Opportunities USAV Clinics/Referee Opportunities

3 John’s Topics New Boys League New Boys League Game Assignments Game Assignments Playoffs Playoffs Rules Interpretations/Changes – Uniform Issues, Others? Rules Interpretations/Changes – Uniform Issues, Others?

4 Ball Handling Discussion Over Control = Lift Over Control = Lift Under Control = Double Under Control = Double Coaches want ball handling called, but when determining your margin, call to the level of the best setter in the match Coaches want ball handling called, but when determining your margin, call to the level of the best setter in the match Coaches can only expect consistency throughout a given match – not between officials because ball handling recognition is a subjective art Coaches can only expect consistency throughout a given match – not between officials because ball handling recognition is a subjective art “Ugly” is not defined in the rules book “Ugly” is not defined in the rules book DO NOT CALL DOUBLES ON FIRST CONTACT UNLESS TWO COGNITIVE ACTIONS TAKE PLACE TO CREATE THE DOUBLE CONTACT DO NOT CALL DOUBLES ON FIRST CONTACT UNLESS TWO COGNITIVE ACTIONS TAKE PLACE TO CREATE THE DOUBLE CONTACT

5 Problem Plays and Situations Illegal substitutions Illegal substitutions Lines calls Lines calls R2 responsibilities to control the benches – e.g. “Coach A is complaining about ball handling by the R1 (as R2 you agree/as R2 you disagree)” R2 responsibilities to control the benches – e.g. “Coach A is complaining about ball handling by the R1 (as R2 you agree/as R2 you disagree)” Other situations? Other situations?

6 Game Management R2 - control the benches, but support your partner R2 - control the benches, but support your partner Pre-match discussion is essentialPre-match discussion is essential Maintain eye contact with your partner at key times during the play and during dead ballsMaintain eye contact with your partner at key times during the play and during dead balls Visit R1 during dead balls only as necessaryVisit R1 during dead balls only as necessary R1 – Consistency and remember your R2 and Line Judges are there to support you – look at them and use their input R1 – Consistency and remember your R2 and Line Judges are there to support you – look at them and use their input Use cards as a last resortUse cards as a last resort Use whistle as a tool for controlUse whistle as a tool for control R1 and R2 – listen first, then make your judgment R1 and R2 – listen first, then make your judgment

7 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Indiana High School Athletic Association

8 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME This is a varsity match between Team A and Team B played at Hinkle Field House. Team A is the home team. The date is October 13, 2002, and this is game 5 (the deciding game). The Referee is Bob Smith and the Umpire is Julie Collins. You are the scorekeeper for the match.

9 This is a varsity match between Team A and Team B and is played at Hinkle Field House. Team A is the home team. The date is October 13, 2002, and this is game 5 (the deciding game). The Referee is Bob Smith and the Umpire is Julie Collins. You are the scorekeeper for the match.

10 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team B has won the coin toss and elects to serve first. Team A chooses their playing area which is the court to the left of the scorekeeper.

11 Team B has won the coin toss and elects to serve first. Team A chooses their playing area which is the court to the left of the scorekeeper.

12 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME 15c c105 Team line-ups are submitted. The game begins at 7:00pm. Team ATeam B

13 Team line ups are submitted. The game begins at 7:00pm.15c Team ATeam B c105

14 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team B #5 serves and scores the first three points. The fourth serve results in the loss of rally.

15 Team B #5 serves and scores the first three points. The fourth serve results in the loss of rally.

16 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team A #13 serves and the ball goes out of bounds.

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18 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team B #4 serves two straight aces for points 5 and 6.

19 Team B #4 serves two straight aces for points 5 and 6.

20 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME The Team A coach requests a substitution – #5 replaces #13 (Sx5/13).

21 The Team A coach requests a substitution – #5 replaces #13 (Sx5/13).

22 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team B #4 serves two more points (7,8) before a penalty card (red card) on Team B #3 results in a loss of rally.

23 Team B #4 serves two more points (7,8) before a penalty card (red card) on Team B #3 results in a loss of rally.

24 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team A #14 serves three straight points (3, 4, 5) before Team B calls a time out (Tx).

25 Team A #14 serves three straight points (3, 4, 5) before Team B calls a time out (Tx).

26 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME The Team B coach requests a substitution – #13 for #3 (Sx13/3).

27 The Team B coach requests a substitution - #13 for #3 (Sx13/3).

28 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team A #14 serves points 6, 7, 8 before Team B #12 is given a yellow card for misconduct. The next serve is a loss of rally for Team A.

29 Team A #14 serves points 6, 7, 8 before Team B #12 is given a yellow card for misconduct. The next serve is a loss of rally for Team A.

30 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team B #13 serves into the net.

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32 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team A #15 serves two points (10, 11). A penalty point is then awarded to Team A for a red card on Team B #12.

33 Team A #15 serves two points (10, 11). A penalty point is then awarded to Team A for a red card on Team B #12.

34 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team B calls a time out (Tx).

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36 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team A #15 serves one point (let serve), and then serves for a loss of rally.

37 Team A #15 serves one point (let serve), and then serves for a loss of rally.

38 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team B #12 serves two straight points (11, 12). The next serve results in a loss of rally.

39 Team B #12 serves two straight points (11, 12). The next serve results in a loss of rally.

40 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team A #20 serves and the result is a loss of rally.

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42 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team B substitutes #3 for #13 (S3/13). Team B #11 serves for a point (let serve). The next serve results in a loss of rally.

43 Team B substitutes #3 for #13 (S3/13). Team B #11 serves for a point (let serve). The next serve results in a loss of rally. The lineup for Team A is 13, 14, 15c, 20, 21, 22. The line up for Team B is 5, 4, 3, 12, 11c, 10. The game begins at 7:00pm.

44 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team A takes a time out. Team A substitutes #33 for #21 (S33/21).

45 Team A takes a time out. Team A substitutes #33 for #21 (S33/21).

46 RALLY SCORING SAMPLE GAME Team A serves and wins game point. The end time of the game is 8:02pm.

47 Team A serves and wins game point. The end time of the game is 8:02pm.

48 USAV Opportunities Recreation ball throughout the year Recreation ball throughout the year USAV tournaments – Winter through Spring USAV tournaments – Winter through Spring How to get qualified? How to get qualified? Attend a scorekeeper/referee clinicAttend a scorekeeper/referee clinic Pass scorekeeper and referee certifications at “fellowship tournaments”Pass scorekeeper and referee certifications at “fellowship tournaments” Web sites of interest: Web sites of interest:

49 CHRVA Clinics Unless otherwise noted, the clinics should start at 8 AM. If a different time is provided, you will be notified. Below is the listing of clinics. Plan on attending all day (6 or 7 hours) if you are a new USAV referee candidate or your certification has lapsed. Please bring a bag lunch with you. If you are recertifying, you should know the drill. If not, contact Rick Dubois. Web site references you may want to review are: and Unless otherwise noted, the clinics should start at 8 AM. If a different time is provided, you will be notified. Below is the listing of clinics. Plan on attending all day (6 or 7 hours) if you are a new USAV referee candidate or your certification has lapsed. Please bring a bag lunch with you. If you are recertifying, you should know the drill. If not, contact Rick Dubois. Web site references you may want to review are: and WEEKEND CLINICS: October 9 - SATURDAY - Frederick Recreation Center, Frederick, MD (new & recert referees and scorekeepers) October 17 – SUNDAY – University of Maryland – Reckord Armory; basement classrooms, College Park MD-(new & recert referees and scorekeepers) October 24 – SUNDAY - Fairfax Govt Center – Herrity Bldg, Govt Ctr Pkwy, Fairfax VA -(new & recert referees and scorekeepers) October 30 – SATURDAY - Victory Villa Community Center, Middle River, MD (new & recert referees and scorekeepers) ?WHAT TIME SHOULD YOU ATTEND YOUR CLINIC? Click on the "Which clinic should I attend" link at the top of the "RESOURCES" column, on the right hand side of this page. Weekday night recertification clinics have been scheduled for the Herrity Bldg, Room 107 at the Fairfax Govt Center from 7:00 to 10:00 PM: October 19 – TUESDAY November 10 – WEDNESDAY December 2 – THURSDAY Additional weekday night recertification clinics will be scheduled in the Maryland suburbs. WEEKEND CLINICS: October 9 - SATURDAY - Frederick Recreation Center, Frederick, MD (new & recert referees and scorekeepers) October 17 – SUNDAY – University of Maryland – Reckord Armory; basement classrooms, College Park MD-(new & recert referees and scorekeepers) October 24 – SUNDAY - Fairfax Govt Center – Herrity Bldg, Govt Ctr Pkwy, Fairfax VA -(new & recert referees and scorekeepers) October 30 – SATURDAY - Victory Villa Community Center, Middle River, MD (new & recert referees and scorekeepers) ?WHAT TIME SHOULD YOU ATTEND YOUR CLINIC? Click on the "Which clinic should I attend" link at the top of the "RESOURCES" column, on the right hand side of this page. Weekday night recertification clinics have been scheduled for the Herrity Bldg, Room 107 at the Fairfax Govt Center from 7:00 to 10:00 PM: October 19 – TUESDAY November 10 – WEDNESDAY December 2 – THURSDAY Additional weekday night recertification clinics will be scheduled in the Maryland suburbs.


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