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1 Season Officiating Guidelines And Tips for A Better Game

2 “While knowing the rules and passing a test does not make you a good official, you CAN’T BE a good official without knowing the rules and knowing how to apply them! Knowing the rules and how to apply them should be automatic and instinctive, because while judgment calls are not always definitive, proper knowledge and application of the rules is, and can determine the outcome of a game at any level.” “ If you and your partners are all on the same page & using the proper mechanics, you can focus on the players, the game and your primary coverage area, and not trying to figure out what the heck your partner is doing now. Your mechanics and rotations should be fluid and enhance the officiating quality of your game.” Know the Rules & Know The Proper Mechanics

3  Pre Game Duties (Captains, Coaches, U1 & U2)  New Rules/ Mechanics: Use High School Mechanics  Girls: check pre-wrap, head band & wristband colors / bobby pins, etc  Court Coverage (C 60/40), Front & Back Court, Press Coverage  Jump Ball Coverage & Responsibilities & Rotations  TYP: Take care of Your Primary /Trust Your Partner/Tell Your Partner Track Your Partners (use peripheral vision to recognize rotations)  Call the obvious. Talk the players out of trouble when possible  Avoid using the term “on the floor”/ it’s either spot or shooting  Discuss rules questions, odd situations, plays, calls  Visual & Verbal Communication: Play, dead ball, time outs, subs, etc. (L & C on shooter or spot: verbalize who & how many or where)  Trail: Mirror Chop & use to signal when ready: Lead Look at Trail  Rotations: Visually scan partners, look wide & recognize situations  Out of Bounds Call Responsibility/ Discuss dead corners  Bringing in subs: discuss who / when / avoid overuse of whistle  Rotations: Difference if in Frontcourt/ Backcourt / Discuss /  When Lead becoming Trail on transition, don’t come inbounds until ball is inbounds & always be a couple of steps behind the ball / Never be more than 1 court section away from ball when transitioning up court  Fouls: Patient whistle & discuss style of play PRE GAME DISCUSSION TOPICS

4  Fouls: Take care of: 1.Your Mechanics First 2.Your Partner Mechanics next (show spot or # of shots) 3.Table Mechanics 4.Confirm number of shots on shooting foul by all three partners mirroring # of shots (Trail who reports foul initiates signal: scoreboard could be wrong) 5.Fifth Foul Procedure: Make sure Lead and C are aware of 5 th foul. Discuss patience on administration & wait for trail to signal  Double Whistles: minimize double whistles and NO DOUBLE SIGNALS especially on block / charge calls: defer signal to primary official  Warnings & Techs: Communicate with Partners  Three Point shot: Shooters & rebounders: Only 1 ref signals attempt  Three point shot: verbal & visual if 2 pt. avoids trouble  Basket interference, goal tending: Who’s got it ?  Last second shot: Communicate / Be aware of clock & possible time out requests. Remember, the OHSAA mechanic: “Opposite Table Official (OTO) is the only official who can count or can wave off the shot. However, if the shot is in your primary & you’re sure it’s not good, immediately go and have a conversation with the O.T.O. official & let him/her know what you have. The O.T.O. Official shall make the final determination and signal whether the shot shall count or not.

5 ACCEPTANCE AND CONFIRMATION  PLEASE ACCEPT GAMES ASAP ON MYOHSAA.  CONFIRM WITH SITE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR  ALWAYS HAVE THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR’S NUMBER AND THE LEAGUE ASSIGNOR’S NUMBER WITH YOU IN CASE YOU ENCOUNTER PROBLEMS GETTING TO THE GAME.

6 ARRIVAL AND APPEARANCE  PLEASE ARRIVE AT LEAST ONE HOUR PRIOR TO GAME TIME  REPORT TO THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR OR SITE MANAGER UPON ARRIVAL  PLEASE DRESS IN A MINIMUM OF BUSINESS CASUAL ATTIRE BUSINESS CASUAL IS CONSIDERED THE FOLLOWING: Men: Dress Pants Collared Shirt Sweater Sport Coat Ladies: Dress Slacks Skirt/ Dress Dress Blouse Sweater / Dress Jacket BLUE JEANS, DENIM MATERIAL, OR SWEATS ARE NOT APPROPRIATE HARD SOLE SHOES MUST BE WORN-NO TENNIS SHOES OF ANY TYPE

7 ON COURT ARRIVAL & POSTURE AND APPEARANCE  ENTER AS A CREW, WALKING WITH A PURPOSE AND ARRIVE ON THE COURT WITH NO LESS THAN 18 MINUTES ON THE CLOCK. PLEASE DO NOT RUN ONTO THE COURT  PLEASE GO TO YOUR DESIGNATED SPOTS AS R, U1 AND U2 AND COUNT PLAYERS AND OBSERVE YOUR TEAM  GET THE CAPTAINS AT THE MINUTE MARK- BE BRIEF AND SHAKE HANDS,  REFEREE WILL CHECK BOOK AT 12:00 TO MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS ENTERED AND OK  PLEASE REMAIN AT YOUR SPOTS OBSERVING AND PLEASE LOOK PROFESSIONAL AND FOCUSED AT ALL TIMES.  DON’T PUT YOUR HANDS IN YOUR POCKETS OR CROSS YOUR ARMS OR FRATERNIZE WITH FANS IN THE STANDS  YOU MAY STRETCH BUT PLEASE DO NOT TURN YOUR BACK TO THE PLAYERS, RUN ON THE SIDELINES OR BRING ATTENTION TO YOURSELF WHILE STRETCHING  MEET THE COACHES AT TWO MINUTES AND PLEASE NO HUGS, HIGH 5’S, EMBRACES OR FIST BUMPING WITH THE COACHES-THEY WANT TO SHAKE YOUR HAND!

8 Schools & their Boosters spend a lot of money & effort to support their team. The least we can do is get their school colors right during the tournament! Orange Purple Maroon Not RED Not Blue Not RED

9 Know The Proper Mechanics

10 Three Ways To Stop The Clock Stop Clock For: Violation Time Out Injury Out Of Bounds Any Other Reason Other Than A Foul or Held Ball Not For Held Ball or To Use as A Prequel to Signal Jump/Held Ball Stop Clock For A Foul Stop Clock For A Jump/ Held Ball

11 Illegal use of hand Hand check Holding Blocking or Charging Pushing Player-control foul Team-control foul (In Ohio, no fist for team control) Intentional foul Double foul Technical foul Foul Signals Main signal area: below chin, above chest

12 Signaling / Reporting Player or Team Control Foul In Ohio (the important thing is make sure you get the call right & don’t shoot free throws) Stop Clock For Foul Signal Type of Infraction Signal Player Control Signal So Everyone Knows That We Have A Team Control Foul & Everyone Knows We’re Not Shooting Free Throws Give Direction The Ball Will Be Going Show Spot Where The Ball Is To Be Put In Play

13 Use High School Mechanics in High School. & Use College Mechanics for in the NCAA

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15 USE OF THE WHISTLE AND COMMUNICATION

16 WHISTLE YOUR FOUL OR VIOLATION WITH A SINGLE SHARP WHISTLE: NO MULTIPLE TWEETS DO NOT WHISTLE TEAMS BACK FROM A TIME OUT; WALK TOWARDS THEIR BENCH AND VERBALLY BECKON THEM AT FIRST HORN MAKE EYE CONTACT WITH AT LEAST ONE OF YOUR PARTNERS BEFORE INBOUNDING A BALL: MAKE SURE EVERYONE IS READY AFTER A TIME OUT, COUNT THE PLAYERS ON EACH TEAM & MAKE SURE YOU DON’T HAVE 6 ON THE FLOOR/ SIGNAL TO THE ADMINISTERING OFFICIAL THAT YOU’RE READY TO GO IF YOU ARE REPORTING A TIME OUT, REPORT IT & GO BACK TO YOUR PREVIOUS POSITION IF YOU HAVE A DOUBLE WHISTLE, HOLD YOUR FIST OR HAND TO STOP CLOCK, AND QUICKLY DECIDE WHO IS TAKING THE CALL AND THEN GIVE PROPER PRELIMINARY SIGNAL (BLOCK, CHARGE, TRAVEL, FOUL, ETC.) NO DOUBLE SIGNALS! T.Y.P. : T rust Y our P artners/ T ake care of Y our P rimary / T ell Y our P artners (give them the spot out of bounds or let them know if you have a shooting foul so they know what to do & where to go) / T rack Y our P artners (quickly visually pan the floor with your peripheral vision to recognize rotations, matchups, etc.. without losing sight of your matchups or area) COMMUNICATE BOTH VERBALLY & NON VERBALLY IF YOUR PARTNER ASKS YOU FOR HELP ON AN OUT OF BOUNDS PLAY, WHISTLE IT & SELL IT ! IF YOU SEE SOMETHING DIFFERENT THAN YOUR PARTNER ON AN OUT OF BOUNDS CALL & YOU ARE 100% SURE, GO TO THE CALLING PARTNER & LET HIM/HER KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE. IT’S THEIR DECISION WHETHER TO CHANGE THE CALL OR NOT & THEY WILL MAKE THE CALL.

17 AVOID OVER USE OF WHISTLE. USE WHEN: INBOUNDING THE BALL ONLY AFTER A TIMEOUT OR LONG DELAY DON’T WHISTLE IN SUBS. LET THE TABLE SOUND HORN TO BRING IN SUBS VISUALLY COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR PARTNERS AND MAKE THEM AWARE OF PENDING SUBS LOOK FOR POTENTIAL TIMEOUT SITUATIONS AND COMMUNICATE WITH PARTNERS IF YOU ARE ADMINISTERING THE THROW IN AFTER A TIME OUT, STAND ON SPOT WITH THE BALL IN HAND. IF YOU NEED TO TALK WITH YOUR PARTNERS, HAVE THEM COME TO YOU AT THE SPOT. THE REASON: WHAT’S THE FIRST QUESTION A COACH ASKS AFTER CALLING A TIMEOUT & THEY’RE IN THE HUDDLE: “WHERE’S THE BALL AT?”. THEY WILL CALL A PLAY BASED UPON THE THROW IN SPOT BE AWARE OF TIME ON THE CLOCK WHEN A TIMEOUT IS CALLED. IF YOU NEED TO PUT TIME BACK ON, DO IT. GET IT RIGHT! IF YOUR PARTNER SIGNALS AN INTENTIONAL FOUL, THE NEXT CLOSEST OFFICIAL (if you have the same call) SHOULD MIRROR THE INTENTIONAL SIGNAL & CLOSE DOWN TOWARDS THE PLAY HELP YOUR PARTNERS WITH SHOOTERS AND PLAYER NUMBERS COMMUNICATE WHEN YOU GET TO 6 TEAM FOULS SO THAT YOU KNOW THE NEXT FOUL CALLED ON THAT TEAM WILL RESULT IN THE OTHER TEAM SHOOTING 1 & 1. DO THE SAME WHEN YOU GET TO 9 TEAM FOULS, THEY WILL BE SHOOTING 2 SHOTS

18 THROW IN SPOT DIAGRAM REMEMBER: ANYTHING IN THE LANE, INCLUDING THE KEY (FREE THROW LINE TO TOP OF THE 3 PT. ARC), IS PUT IN PLAY ON THE BASELINE, CLOSEST TO THE SPOT NEAREST THE FOUL OR VIOLATION.

19 3 Point Shot Coverage If Both C & T indicate 3 point shot attempt, T referees defense on shooter & stays with shot while C releases and covers rebounding

20 THE TRAIL OFFICIAL

21 Scorer’s Table Team A BenchTeam B Bench T As Lead transitioning to Trail, stay at least 1 ½ - 2 1/2 steps behind ball.

22 Scorer’s Table Team A BenchTeam B Bench T Stay 1 court section away from the ball when coming up the floor up to the division line, then go to normal trail position. T

23 THE TRAIL POSITION WHEN ADMINISTERING A THROW IN, BE OUT OF BOUNDS AND BOUNCE THE BALL TO THE THROWER REMEMBER THE OUT OF BOUNDS SPOTS & TAKE THE BALL OUT AT THE PROPER LOCATION STEP DOWN ON SHOTS, DON’T BAIL EARLY/ WATCH REBOUNDING ACTION KEEP YOUR COUNTS UNTIL YOUR CLOSELY GUARDED SITUATION ENDS BE OFF SIDELINE BY A COUPLE OF STEPS, GO BELOW 28 FT. LINE IF NECESSARY ON FOULS CALLS, REMEMBER REPORTING AREA AND YOUR DUTIES: MAKE SURE NO SUBS OR 5 TH FOULS, AND WAIT FOR TABLE TO VERIFY # OF SHOTS RELAY TO CENTER OFFICIAL 2, 1 & 1 OR 1 SHOT WHEN YOU ARE READY TO GO VISUALLY COMMUNICATE WITH C TO BRING IN SUB FOR SHOOTER: NO WHISTLE USE YOUR PERIPHERAL OR WIDE ANGLE VISION AND BE AWARE OF LEAD OR C INITIATING ROTATION: DON’T “ZOOM” IN ON PLAYERS: SEE YOUR WHOLE AREA AND YOUR MATCHUP

24 Scorer’s Table Team A Bench Team B Bench B2 B1 A1 Drive By A1 to The Basket Originating From Trail’s Primary Opposite Table A’s Front Court C T A1 B1 T Block/Charge Foul This Is Lead’s Call When It Gets Into The Lane “Paint” Lead Reports to The Foul Reporting Area From Opposite Table Side of the Lane If The Call Is Opposite Side Of Table (Page 71; NFHS Mechanics Book) L

25 Scorer’s Table Team A Bench Team B Bench B2 B1 A1 Drive By A1 to The Basket Originating From Trail’s Primary Table Side C T A1 B1 T Block/Charge Foul This Is Lead’s Call When It Gets Into The Lane “Paint” Lead Reports to The Foul Reporting Area From Table Side of the Lane If The Call Is Table Side (Page 71; NFHS Mechanics Book) L

26 Scorer’s Table Team A Bench Team B Bench Foul Reporting Area: In this case; Center calls shooting foul, opposite table Hustle to the reporting area: that does not mean walk! Foul Reporting Area For Lead, Trail & Center

27 Scorer’s Table Team A Bench Team B Bench Volleyball Lines (are ½ way between sideline & lane line) Initial Free Throw Positioning Normal position for Trail Is In The Frontcourt, Not In the Backcourt Lead: 1 step off baseline/ 1 step away from lane line.

28 Scorer’s Table Team A Bench Team B Bench Volleyball Lines Action Free Throw Positioning Center: Half way between sideline & lane line; 1-2 steps back, step down & slightly out on release Trail: 28 ft. line area, step down in sync with C on release Make sure that C is aware of any subs at the table so that you don’t have to blow the whistle Lead: 2 steps off baseline and 2 steps away from sideline

29 Scorer’s Table Team A BenchTeam B Bench Communicate on free throw attempts & avoid mistakes: Since Trail has reported foul & is by table, wait for Trail to signal ready to go by relaying the # of shots to the C & then C relay to Lead. This way we avoid wrong # of shots/ L handing ball to shooter when it’s a 5 th foul/ wrong # of fouls on scoreboard & it’s really 2 shots and not 1 and 1, etc.  Fifth Foul Procedure: Make sure Lead and C are aware of 5 th foul. Discuss patience on administration & wait for trail to signal

30 Scorer’s Table Team A Bench Team B Bench Presenting The Ball To A Player: On Base Line when going the other way & on the sideline, bounce the ball to the player with 2 hands from 4-6 feet away & step back if necessary. Make sure that you are out of bounds and not on the court. A 2 A 3 A 5 A 4 B 5 B 4 B 2 B 3 B 1

31 THE CENTER OFFICIAL

32 3 Point Shot Coverage If Both C & T indicate 3 point shot attempt, T referees defense on shooter & stays with shot while C releases and covers rebounding

33 THE CENTER POSITION STARTING POSITION IS FREE THROW LINE EXTENDED, HEELS JUST ON THE SIDELINE, MOVE IN OR UP & DOWN A COUPLE OF STEPS WHEN NECESSARY REMEMBER THE OUT OF BOUNDS SPOTS & TYP (Tell Your Partners) WHERE THE SPOT WILL BE ON AN OUT OF BOUNDS CALL STEP DOWN ON SHOTS, DON’T BAIL EARLY/ WATCH REBOUNDING ACTION KEEP YOUR VISIBLE COUNTS UNTIL YOUR CLOSELY GUARDED SITUATION ENDS IF A DRIVE STARTS IN YOUR AREA, TAKE IT ALL THE WAY TO THE BASKET ON FOULS CALLS, POSITIONING IS 1-2 STEPS BEHIND THE FOUL LINE, HALF WAY BETWEEN THE SIDELINE & THE CLOSEST LANE LINE GET RELAY FROM TRAIL OFFICIAL 2 SHOTS, 1 & 1 OR 1 SHOT, DOUBLE CHECK FOR ANY SUBS THAT MAY COME TO THE TABLE BEHIND THE TRAIL, AND WHEN READY, RELAY THE # OF SHOTS TO LEAD, TELLING THE LEAD YOU’RE READY TO GO VISUALLY COMMUNICATE WITH TRAIL THAT YOU SEE SUB FOR SHOOTER: BRING IN THE SUB BY PUTTING UP THE STOP SIGN TO LEAD AND BECKON SUBS ONTO THE FLOOR :NO WHISTLE. WHEN DONE, LOWER THE STOP SIGN & SIGNAL OK TO GO USE YOUR PERIPHERAL OR WIDE ANGLE VISION AND BE AWARE OF LEAD INITIATING ROTATION: DON’T “ZOOM” IN ON PLAYERS: SEE YOUR WHOLE AREA AND YOUR MATCHUP & MOVE TO GET THE ANGLE ON THE DRIVE TO THE BASKET

34 Scorer’s Table Team A BenchTeam B Bench The Center starting position is free throw line extended, heels just ON the sideline, and adjust in, up or down a couple of steps as necessary to get proper angle on play If you have players in a matchup & have to move towards the division line, (more than 2-3 steps above key) do so & force the Lead to rotate and transition to new Trail

35 Scorer’s Table Team A BenchTeam B Bench THE CENTER & NEW LEAD SHOULD HELP NEW TRAIL ON ALL PRESSES IF NECESSARY BY POSITIONING TO OFFICIATE AND ASSIST WITH BACKCOURT PRESSURE. MOVE UP THE COURT WITH THE PRESS.

36 Scorer’s Table Team A BenchTeam B Bench T C L L C L BACKCOURT REPORTING AREA On press coverage, C calls foul in the backcourt, opposite table. C reports from backcourt reporting area, then goes down and becomes new Lead. Trail stays trail, now opposite table at spot nearest the foul. The old Lead becomes new Center. (Mechanics Manual, pg. 73; diagram 3-36) backcourt frontcourt

37 THE LEAD OFFICIAL

38 Scorer’s Table Team A Bench Team B Bench B2 B1 A1 Drive By A1 to The Basket Originating From C’s Primary This Is C’s Call. Lead Should Not Call Across The Lane C A1 B1 T Foul Call Belongs to Center, Not Lead L Lead Should Focus On His/Her Primary Area Lead Should Not Call Across The Lane Trust C to Get The Call or Recognize Situation Earlier & Rotate Across To Get The Call

39 3 Point Shot Coverage If Both C & T indicate 3 point shot attempt, T referees defense on shooter & stays with shot while C releases and covers rebounding

40 STARTING POSITION IS 2-3 FEET OFF BASELINE STAY WIDE TO GET GOODVIEW OF PRIMARY AREA. MIRROR THE BALL WITHOUT GOING OUT OF YOUR PRIMARY AREA STAY PARALLEL TO THE BASELINE AND MOVE ACCORDINGLY TO GET PROPER VISUAL ANGLE OF PLAYERS IN PRIMARY AREA YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR BLOCK/CHARGE CALL IN THE PAINT ORIGINATING IN TRAIL’S AREA DO NOT CALL ACROSS THE LANE INTO C’S DRIVE OR PAINT AREA (TYP: TRUST YOUR PARTNER) KEYS TO OBSERVE WHEN TO ROTATE: THE 2 ND PASS ON THE C SIDE WHEN POST PLAYERS MOVE TOWARDS THE C SIDE OF THE LANE WHEN C GETS A COUNT ON A MATCHUP AND HAS TO MOVE ABOVE THE KEY WHEN YOU WANT TO GET A BETTER ANGLE ON A DRIVE TO THE BASKET AND YOU HAVE A POST PLAYER GOING OVER ROTATE WITH A PURPOSE: HUSTLE, BUT DON’T RUN START WIDE & MOVE TO CLOSEDOWN POSITION, THEN ROTATE WHEN APPROPRIATE, DON’T CAMP UNDER THE BASKET BE AWARE OF THE STATUS OF A 3 PT. SHOT WHEN YOU DECIDE TO ROTATE TALK THE PLAYERS OUT OF TROUBLE: “EASY” & “HANDS” ARE GOOD VERBAL WARNINGS USE THE RULE BOOK TO KEEP YOU OUT OF TROUBLE, NOT GET YOU INTO IT

41 AS THE LEAD, KNOW YOUR OUT OF BOUNDS SPOTS & TAKE THE BALL OUT AT THE PROPER LOCATION WAIT FOR THE TRAIL TO RAISE HIS/HER HAND (MIRROR CHOP) TO HAND THE BALL TO THE THROWER (TRAIL IS TELLING YOU THEY ARE READY TO GO) HAND THE BALL ON THE BASELINE (IF YOU ARE STAYING) WITH THE HAND CLOSEST TO THE PLAYER: DON’T REACH ACROSS YOUR BODY TO HAND THE BALL TO THE THROWER STEP BACK AFTER HANDING THE BALL TO GET A WIDER VIEW OF POSSIBLE SCREENS, FOULS, ETC. STAY OFF OF THE BASELINE IF YOU HAVE A THROW IN SPOT OUTSIDE THE 3 PT. ARC, STAY INSIDE THE PLAYER & HAND THE BALL TO THE THROWER: VISUALLY ALERT THE TRAIL TO WATCH THEIR PRIMARY FOR ANY FOULS, ILLEGAL SCREENS, ETC. 7 STEP TOWARDS YOUR PRIMARY, ALL THE WHILE KEEPING THE COUNT AND WATCHING THE THROWER AND ANY DEFENDER THROW IN SPOT AREAS

42 Scorer’s Table Team A BenchTeam B Bench LEAD CALLS FOUL IN THE BACKCOURT, OR AN OFFENSIVE TEAM FOUL IN THE FRONTCOURT: TELL YOUR PARTNERS WHICH SIDE OF THE COURT THE NEW SPOT WILL BE (THEY WILL ADJUST THEIR ROTATION ACCORDINGLY AS TO C & L) GET CLEAR OF THE PLAYERS AND VISIBLE TO THE TABLE OFFICIAL ANYWHERE IN THE BACKCOURT REPORTING AREA REPORT THE FOUL AND GO BACK AND BECOME NEW TRAIL AT THE APPROPRIATE SPOT BOUNCE THE BALL FROM OUT OF BOUNDS TO THE THROWER FROM 4-6 FEET AWAY C BACKCOURT FOUL REPORTING AREA L T C L backcourtfrontcourt

43 Scorer’s Table Team A BenchTeam B Bench

44 THINGS TO KNOW

45 Scorer’s Table Team A BenchTeam B Bench TECHNICAL FOUL PROCEDURE: GO TO REPORTING AREA AND THEN GO OPPOSITE TABLE REMEMBER: PLAYERS CAN STAND WHERE THEY WOULD ON A NORMAL FREE THROW EXCEPT NO OTHER PLAYERS IN THE LANE EXCEPT THE SHOOTER (BEHIND THE FREE THROW LINE EXTENDED & BEHIND THE 3 PT. ARC) ON TECHNICAL FREE THROWS, THE COACH MAY CHOOSE ANY PLAYER (S) (EVEN A PLAYER ON THE BENCH) TO SHOOT ONE OR BOTH FREE THROWS

46 You cannot call basket interference against a player for slapping the backboard even if the rim & backboard are vibrating if it is part of a defensive play to block the shot. From the Rule Book, pg. 69: Slapping The Backboard

47 EXAMPLE OF ILLEGAL & LEGAL ATTIRE One Single Manufacturer’s Logo/ Not Multiple Logos Compression Sleeves Must Be One Single Solid Color

48 THANK YOU FOR PROVIDING A VALUABLE SERVICE FOR THE STUDENT- ATHLETES THROUGHOUT THE STATE OF OHIO. WE REALIZE THAT YOU HAVE A TOUGH JOB, AND THE O.H.S.A.A. SINCERELY APPRECIATES ALL OF YOUR HARD WORK. HAVE A GREAT & SAFE SEASON!


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