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2019 ohsbva rules interpretation power point

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2019 OHSBVA Rules & Interpretations

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  1. 1. State Tournament Crew – 2018 Left to Right: Michael Chandler (Scorer), Joe Bysak (Line Judge), Jim Hammar (Line Judge), Josh Hall (Referee), Mike Merz (Line Judge), Ashley Howerter (Referee), Anthony Hines (Line Judge), Scott Burnett (Referee), Terry Miller (Referee), Lori Francescon (Referee), Lucas Tuggle (Head Referee)
  2. 2. OHSBVA State Leadership ⦿Executive Director: • Gary Hajek • garymhajek@gmail.com • Liaison to the OHSBVA Board of Directors ⚫USAV National Referee ⚫PAVO National Referee ⚫R1 & R2 for NCAA Division II National Championships ⚫Big 10 Women’s Referee ⚫R2 for NCAA Division I First Round Match ⚫OHSBVA State Tournament Referee ⚫OHSAA State Tournament Referee
  3. 3. ⦿ State Officials Coordinator and State Rules Interpreter: ⦿ Lucas Tuggle ⦿ lucastug33@gmail.com ⦿ 740-815-7708 ⦿ As SOC, responsible for efforts to improve officiating around the state, working with each Region's lead coaches and officials, and serving as State Rules Interpreter, State Officials' Secretary (data management) and head referee/evaluator at the State Tournament • USAV Regional Referee • PAVO State Referee, National Line Judge and Certified Scorer • OHSAA State Tournament Referee • OHSBVA State Tournament Referee OHSBVA State Leadership
  4. 4. ⦿ Assistant State Rules Interpreter: Training/VolleyWrite • Michael Chandler • mchand1895@yahoo.com ⚫USAV Regional Referee ⚫USAV National Scorer ⚫PAVO State Referee ⚫PAVO Certified Scorer ⚫PAVO National Line Judge ⚫OHSBVA State Tournament Referee ⚫OHSAA State Tournament Referee and Line Judge OHSBVA State Officiating Staff
  5. 5. ⦿ Assistant State Rules Interpreter: • Rick Brown • rickmbrown721@yahoo.com ⚫USAV Regional Referee ⚫PAVO State Referee ⚫PAVO Certified Scorer ⚫PAVO National Line Judge ⚫OHSBVA State Tournament Referee and Line Judge ⚫OHSAA State Tournament Referee and Line Judge OHSBVA State Officiating Staff
  6. 6. ⦿ Regional Referee Coordinator: ⦿Jim Hammar, columbusref@yahoo.com ⚫USAV Junior National Referee and National Scorekeeper ⚫PAVO State Referee, Scorer and Certified Line Judge ⚫OHSBVA Tournament Referee and State Tournament Line Judge ⚫OHSAA Regional Tournament Referee and State Tournament Line Judge ⦿ Regional Rules Interpreter: ⦿Michael Chandler, mchand1895@yahoo.com ⚫USAV Regional Referee and National Scorer ⚫PAVO State Referee, Scorer and National Line Judge ⚫OHSBVA State Tournament Referee and Line Judge ⚫OHSAA State Tournament Referee and Line Judge ⦿ Regional Coach Representative: ⦿Marci Truex, Head Coach, Pickerington High School North OHSBVA East Region Key Staff
  7. 7. ⦿Regional Referee Coordinator: • Rick Puckrin, mpuck05@yahoo.com • USAV Regional Referee • PAVO State Referee • OHSAA State Tournament Referee and Line Judge ⦿Regional Rules Interpreter: • Josh Hall, joshall@hotmail.com • USAV and PAVO National Referee • OHSBVA State Tournament Referee ⦿Regional Coach Representative: • Richard Jackson, Head Coach, Massillon Jackson High School OHSBVA North Region Key Staff
  8. 8. ⦿ Regional Referee Coordinator: ⦿Tim Meyer, tmeyer917@yahoo.com ⚫USAV Regional Referee and Certified Scorer ⚫OHSBVA Referee and State Tournament Line Judge ⚫OHSAA State Tournament Referee and Line Judge ⦿ Regional Rules Interpreter: ⦿John Love, jelove@fuse.net ⚫PAVO State Referee ⚫USAV Junior National Referee ⚫OHSBVA State Tournament Referee and Line Judge ⚫OHSAA State Tournament Referee and Line Judge ⦿ Regional Coach Representative: ⦿Matt McLaughlin, Head Coach, Archbishop Moeller High School OHSBVA South Region Key Staff
  9. 9. ⦿ Regional Referee Coordinator: • Monique Huffman, VBRef@aol.com ⚫OHSAA State Tournament Referee ⚫OHSBVA State Tournament Referee ⦿ Regional Rules Interpreter: • Terry Miller, tl.miller@yahoo.com • OHSBVA State Tournament Referee • OHSAA State Tournament Referee • USAV National Referee and National Scorer • Ohio Valley Region (USAV) Scorer Chair • PAVO State Referee and Certified Line Judge ⦿ Regional Coach Representative: • Matt Butler, Head Coach, Middletown High School OHSBVA West Region Key Staff
  10. 10. ⦿ Must attend a rules interpretation meeting to be able to referee OHSBVA matches – being here meets requirement ⦿ $20 registration fee for all referees – complete online on your OHSBVA account ⦿ If don’t have account, contact our Webmaster, ohsbva@gmail.com ⦿ Complete official’s registration form or keep website updated with current information Referee Requirements
  11. 11. OhioBoysVolleyball.com This Week in Boys’ Volleyball Rule Interpretations Important Information FROM THE STAND
  12. 12. ⦿OHSBVA primarily follows NFHS rules but some key rule differences and mechanics differences ⦿OHSBVA allows some different techniques that are considered “best practices” in officiating ⦿Annual refresher on rule differences between boys’ and girls’ high school volleyball rules is critical OHSBVA Rule Differences
  13. 13. 2019 Rule Change ⦿ Compliance with solid-colored jersey rule no longer required ⦿ Instead, libero jersey must meet current “clearly contrasting from all angles” requirement ⦿ When libero jersey is marginal in terms of clearly contrasting, ask coach to produce a compliant contrasting jersey
  14. 14. 2019 Rule Change ⦿ If coach does not have a more clearly contrasting jersey but the referees can live with the libero jersey, play and report ⦿ If coach does not have not another jersey for the libero and jerseys are clearly not contrasting, team will play with no libero ⦿ Referees should report any issues with failure to meet the clearly contrasting jersey rule ⦿ “00” no longer a legal number – not enforced in 2019
  15. 15. 2019 Rule Change ⦿ Combination where sleeves affect spotting libero
  16. 16. OHSBVA Rule Differences What is considered a center line fault? What does the OHSBVA consider to be a net fault? How does the OHSBVA rule differ from OHSAA and other rulesets in determining a net fault?
  17. 17. OHSBVA Administrative Modifications Which coaching staff may stand, where and when? May a coach stand after a yellow or red card issued to a member of coaching staff or bench personnel?
  18. 18. OHSBVA Administrative Modifications ⦿The red/white/blue Model V5M5000 Molten Flistatec Volleyball is to be used for all OHSBVA tournament matches ⦿Players may participate in no more than six (6) sets against a common opponent (same school) on a given play-date
  19. 19. OHSBVA Administrative Modifications ⦿Players may change shirts without leaving court area ⦿Substitutes and team’s coaching staff may stand outside team benches in line with benches/chairs without being disruptive or interfering with play. ⦿Substitutes do not have to sit on the bench but may not stand in front of it.
  20. 20. REMINDER ⦿Officiating Shirts • “White” color only • OHSAA shirt or any Certified Volleyball Official shirt (old white, new white) may be worn as well as a plain white shirt • OHSBVA patch goes on the right chest area and covers OHSAA logo if official is wearing OHSAA shirt
  21. 21. Given to every official after paying local dues! REFEREE PATCHES
  22. 22. OHSBVA Mechanics ⦿NFHS mechanics with some exceptions ⦿Goal is to have everyone on same page with best practice mechanics and consistency
  23. 23. CORPORATE SPONSOR OF OHSBVA
  24. 24. Appropriate OHSBVA Referee Uniform Items
  25. 25. “Inappropriate” Referee Uniform Items
  26. 26. OHSBVA Partners with VolleyWrite How does VolleyWrite help? ▪ Scorekeeping/libero tracking input is simplified, so you can keep your attention on the court. ▪ The rules are built in, and illegal actions are noticed right away. ▪ You don’t have to know scoring notation. ▪ VolleyWrite can e-mail match results automatically. ▪ Volunteers will actually want to keep score. How to get more information: ▪ Visit their website at www.VolleyWrite.com. ▪ VolleyWrite.com has links to instructional videos on YouTube to show you how to use it. ▪ If you would like to check it out before you purchase VolleyWrite, you can get a free two week trial of the Windows version through the Free Trial button on the home page at VolleyWrite.com. ▪ The free trial and purchases include help files which you can access from inside VolleyWrite using the round question mark button in the top right corner of each tab. Windows Version Special Pricing for Ohio schools: ▪ Current member schools can purchase a Windows seasonal key (which is normally $49.99} for $39.99 by entering the promo code OHSBVA2017 in the box on the left side of the screen. ▪ New programs will be able to request a free key via an e-mail message to Info@VolleyWrite.com iPad Version: VolleyWrite is available for the iPad through Apple’s iTunes store. Unfortunately, Apple does not allow free trials or discounts for our app. A one-week initial license is available for $1.99 and a season license is $49.99. www.VolleyWrite.com P.O. Box 11370, Cincinnati, OH 4521 (513) 400-5937
  27. 27. VolleyWrite ⦿Contact • VolleyWrite.com • (513) 400-5937 ⦿OHSBVA go-to person: • Michael Chandler, mchand1895@yahoo.com
  28. 28. WORKING WITH A VOLLEYWRITE SCORER ⦿VolleyWrite used by many schools and is program of choice for our State Championships ⦿Second Referees need to become proactive to feel more comfortable working with a VolleyWrite Scorer (VWS) ⦿R2 should take advantage of free short-term license to get a feel for how VolleyWrite works ⦿ Go to http://ohioboysvolleyball.com and, under Officiating, see PDF entitled How to Work with a VolleyWrite Scorer and Spotter
  29. 29. SMALL GROUP BREAKOUTS Discuss questions on variety of topics that are challenges for referees: ⦿ Video clip analysis! ⦿ Plays at the net, back-row plays ⦿ Unusual situations: serving, injury management

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