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TBOA ANNUAL MEETING OCTOBER 2, 2014 @ West Forsyth.

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1 TBOA ANNUAL MEETING OCTOBER 2, West Forsyth

2 2013-14 HIGHLIGHTS REGIONAL CREWS Steve Hinkle Todd Foreman
George Ruff Larry Davis James Milliken Brandon Marion Rick McLean Eric Perdew Don Brown Art Hardin Chad Hutchens Brandon Whitaker

3 Regional Tournament - Alternates
HIGHLIGHTS Regional Tournament - Alternates Jeff Bigelow John Foster Thomas Lofton Jeremy Phillips Charles Huff Richard Davis Chauncey Hood Larry King Keith McEachirn Jerry Wilson

4 MEN’S STATE CHAMPIONSHIP East West All Star Women’s Basketball Game
HIGHLIGHTS MEN’S STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 3A Men – Freedom vs. Hunt Steve Hinkle Todd Foreman George Ruff East West All Star Women’s Basketball Game Angela Greene

5 2013-14 HIGHLIGHTS NCISAA Championships 1A Boys: Al Henderson
Jerry Talley Kenneth Siler 1A Girls: Sherman Combs Bonita Bowman Gary Cress 2A Boys: Carter Catlett Tommy Bryant Kevin Wright 2A Girls: Mark Pierce Mark Eggleston-Clark Rick Disher 3A Boys: Chuck Eakes Brian Moore Carlos Torian 3A Girls: Sandra Wilkins Quinn Morris David Pritchett

6 Regional and State Championship Officials
All Officials were Class I Went to a minimum of 6 clinics Worked a minimum of 3 scrimmages Attended the State Rules Clinic Attended the TBOA Annual Meeting Made at least a 85 on the test. (Overwhelming majority made in the high nineties) Viewed Hudl training tapes in a timely manner

7 2014-15 New Officials Please stand and introduce yourself: 1. Name
2. Where you currently reside

8 2014-15 TBOA Observers 1. William Covington, Sr. 2. Vierl Banks
3. Alan Spainhour 4. William Covington, Jr. 5. Tim Bryant 6. Randy Holmes 7. John Nelms 8. Kip Johnson 9-10. Plus Two

9 2014-15 TBOA Board of Directors
Central Office: Leigh Hebbard (Guilford County) Central Office: Stan Elrod (Forsyth County) Central Office: George Robinson (Alamance) Athletic Director: Randall Hackett (Eastern Guilford) Head Coach: Brian Robinson (Bishop McGuinness) Regional Supervisor: Kip Johnson Chairman: Jerry Talley Review Chair: Junior McLean Grievance Chair: Al Henderson Education Chair: Chuck Eakes Technology Chair: Quinn Morris Observers Chair: William Covington, Sr. Term Expiring 10/14: Gerald Moyd Term Expiring 10/14: Thomas Lofton

10 School Updates SHINING LIGHT ACADEMY will not field a team this year. No further changes that I know of at the present time.

11 Committee Reports Junior McLean: Review Committee
Al Henderson: Grievance Committee Chuck Eakes: Education Committee Quinn Morris: Technology Committee Jerry Talley: Elections William Covington: Observer Program Voting Begins Wednesday, Oct 1st Voting Closes Monday, Oct 7th at Midnight

12 Arbiter Sports Fourth year for TBOA
Pictures required by Sunday night, 10/5/2014 Closed dates must be kept current Check your regularly and often during the season, everyday! Accept regular season assignments within 3 days You will receive a reminder 3 days out Accept all Tournament and Post Season Assignments within 24 hours. No Cancellation Fees – Loss of Future Assignments

13 Arbiter Points of Emphasis
Keeping Mark-offs (Blocks) current in Arbiter was the #1 issue in Officials place blocks in Arbiter for specific dates. Then, when their game is rescheduled to a date that they had blocked, they send an saying that date was really open.

14 Arbiter Sports continued…
Closed dates must be kept current and blocked in Arbiter Declines: Games 404 Games Turnbacks: Games 201 Games Total: Games 605 Games Cancellation Fees have been eliminated. New policy will involved loss of future assignments.

15 Arbiter – Reasons for Declining Assignments
Work conflict. Not going to be able to get out for 3:30 start. I have some family travel plans I have to work my regular job from 9 to 5 on Saturday Will be out of town from Sat. morn until Sunday at noon.... In re-hab that week I can’t get off work until 5:30 Have a college baseball game at 1:00 Scheduling conflict I can't call a ball game until at least 4:30 pm. I am sorry I thought I had blocked out my schedule Working I cannot leave school until 4:00PM. I am available but not until 4:30PM at the earliest

16 Arbiter – Reasons for Declining Assignments
Traveling out of town on business Traveling for Thanksgiving Can't leave until 3:50 PM I will be working high school football state playoff games on Fridays until December 6 I work 7 to 3 on Saturday I thought I blocked all of my Saturdays until 3 Will be out of state (never had a Saturday game) Hurt I forgot to block out my dates Forgot I had a Relay meeting that afternoon Out of town with family for holidays

17 Discussion Points Dress Code: Business Casual
Confirm all Assignments with the Referee – no excuse for a no-show! R, it’s up to you to enforce. Dress Code: Business Casual Arrive 30 hour prior to tip On floor at 15 minutes High School Mechanics A Requirement (that alone will not get you a State Championship, but it will keep you out of one!)

18 Discussion Points At end of half, crew meets at center circle to make sure arrow is correct, score is correct and all books in agreement. No comment and thank you is the extent of your conversations.

19 What Coach’s told me last year:
Official called a coach “boy” and told him to sit down Official told scorekeeper they were not going to call anything against the other team Official told coach he got “no call” absolutely correct and to send them film to RSO. (He did and not only did we miss it, we should have ruled the foul flagrant) Why do we say anything that can be misinterpreted?

20 NFHS Testing Don’t wait until the last minute. Take it on Monday or Tuesday so you have time to deal with issues. Make absolutely sure your address in NFHS matches youe address on the NCHSAA site exactly! Must make 75 or higher to work NCHSAA games. (Lost 3 officials for the season last year) Must be a Class I or II Official to work Post- Season State Tournament (Lost 7 officials for the play-offs)

21 Disqualifications and Ejections
Ejections – Must communicate to the coach and let him know whether it is a DQ or ejection. Don’t leave the gym without everyone knowing. Calling official must submit the report within 24 hours, but don’t delay. Do it that night! Report also required for DQ’s, etc so the players will have to go through the STAR program. Coach can be DQ’d (2nd technical for being out of box) or ejected (disrespectfully addressing official). Get this right! Both require reports. Fighting adds 2 games to the suspension. Do not call a second T on the coach during same dead ball interval unless he storms the court. Please let your partner handle this.

22 Scrimmages First confirmed scrimmage so far is 11/5
First confirmed game so far is 10/30 Season begins in full force on 11/17 We will utilize a hybrid approach to scheduling scrimmages. Clinic leaders will schedule, then Arbiter Self Assign to cover remaining scrimmages Self Assign - Sign up, SHOW UP!

23 Game Fees Fees are set by the NCHSAA and will remain the same for the season. Single Game $66 Double Header $91 Single Game Tournament $76 Double Header Tournament $106 JV / V Doubleheaders same as Varsity

24 Observations / Evaluations
On track to evaluate 100% until inclement weather on 1/21, 1/28 and 2/11 derailed everything! Farmer’s Almanac predicts cold, snowy winter for NC We will continue to aggressively observe and evaluate our staff. HUDL / Krossover: Video Platforms TBOA Mandates (William Covington, Sr.)

25 www.triadbasketball.com TBOA Website Current News & Information
Quizzes, Surveys, Feedback Newsletters, Videos No attendance sheets tonight. Attendance will be recorded from earlier State Rules Clinic

26 Commitment to Excellence!


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