Score sheet-Sections Game Scoring Section Players Scoring Section Referee Signature Section Time Out Tracking Date Field Player penalty Section
Score sheet- Game Game Duties: Obtain roster from coaches. Each coach should have a legible roster and should get this information to you at least 30 minutes before game time. Fill out players number, and name according to position (Attack first, mid- field, Defense) –Remember, first attackmen listed is the “in-home”. In- Home will serve a penalty for a bench foul (conduct foul, unsportsmanlike conduct, etc). Discuss who will record score and who will help confirm scorers number and assist. Rivercats U15 Red s Sonoma U15B 2J. Smith 3A. Tappman 4R. Donley 5Steve Aimes 16Elliot Loudermilk 17H.I. McDunnuah 24C. Dunbar 34C.Cathart 76N. Molesworth 24J. Gargery 25P.Marlowe 26K. Buhl 37T. Ripley 38P. Bateman 47J. Ziemssen 55H. Castorp 33 R. McMurphy 11O. Matzeratg 32M. Henchard 23A. Portnoy 16D. Diver. 29H. Lector 24J. Dixon 52L. Bloom 76B. de Charlus 72M. Milo 24H. Caulfiend 25R. Angstrom 44I. Reilly 37S. Finch 47J. Ziemssen 55E Henderson 33 A Radley
Scoring When a goal is scored: 1)Mark the time under the time box 2)Put the player number who scored the goal first, and the assist # second (Referees will report the goals, coaches should report the assist) 3)Put hash (I) marks under the period column in the player row as a secondary record of activity 4)When the period ends, mark the score box with a vertical line, to separate goal activity by period. 5)Referees will check in at the quarters to compare and confirm the score. Tip –Keep a piece of scrap paper, to jot down goal, scorer and assist and then transfer to score sheet as time permits.
Scoring 9:43 16 4 2:11 77 32 3:43 77 52 8:51 3 5 I I I I I I I I
Clock Duties U15 - Game will consist of four 10- minute stop-time quarters. U13 -Game will consist of four 10- minute stop-time quarters. U11 -Game will consist of four 8- minute stop-time quarters. U9 -Game will consist of four 12- minute running-time quarters (clock stops only for a team timeout, an official’s timeout, or an injury timeout). If stop time is to be used, 8-minute stop-time quarters are recommended.
Clock Duties- Penalties Referees will indicate the time to be served for a penalty. For technical fouls (loose ball push, off- side, holding, conduct foul) penalty time will be 30 seconds. Penalty time will begin at first whistle to restart play after penalty. For Personal fouls (slash, unecessary roughness, illegal body check, illegal stick) penalty times will be 1 to 3 minutes. Penalty time will begin at first whistly to restart after penalty. Referees will face the table and call out the penalty in this order. Color Number Penalty Time “Black, #23, Slash, one minute!”
Penalties (Personal) These are the referee signals for “Personal Fouls”
Penalties (Technical) These are the referee signals for “Technical Fouls”
Procedural Signs In addition to signaling penalties, the referees will provide procedural signs, including face-off, time-outs, goals, etc.
Penalties (Releasable-Unreleasable) In most cases penalties are releasable should the team not penalized score a goal. In that case, you simply use a demonstrative voice and tell the player and coach they player is released. However, certain personal fouls of a serious nature might be given an “unreleasable” penalty. In this case, the penalized player may not return to the game until the full penalty time has expired.
Score sheet- Penalty Time The referees job is to clearly and loudly articulate the penalty call to the table. If the referee making the call is the far-side (spectator side) referee he will yell to the bench side referee. That referee will then turn to the table and repeat the call (color, number, penalty and time). You then write that down under “Offense “ and record the time. *Timesheet versions might differ, but the important thing is to record the penalties. Rivercats U15 Red s Sonoma U15B 2J. Smith 3A. Tappman 4R. Donley 5Steve Aimes 16Elliot Loudermilk 17H.I. McDunnuah 24C. Dunbar 34C.Cathart 76N. Molesworth 24J. Gargery 25P.Marlowe 26K. Buhl 37T. Ripley 38P. Bateman 47J. Ziemssen 55H. Castorp 33 R. McMurphy 11O. Matzeratg 32M. Henchard 23A. Portnoy 16D. Diver. 29H. Lector 24J. Dixon 52L. Bloom 76B. de Charlus 72M. Milo 24H. Caulfiend 25R. Angstrom 44I. Reilly 37S. Finch 47J. Ziemssen 55E Henderson 33 A Radley 1 5 Slashing 1 8 213 16 Tripping :30 6 15 4 23 Slash 2 9 47
Horn NFHS rules require that; “the home team is required to provide a working horn (hand-held or part of the score-board) to be used at the table to signify substitutions and the ends of periods. Failing to provide such a horn is penalized by illegal procedure” A coach can call for a horn if the ball goes out of bounds on the side-line. Not the end line, but the sideline. The referee will signal with both hands up (when the ball is out on the sideline and a horn can be blown
Lastly…. Remember to have fun. At the end of the day, it’s just a game.
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