Volleyball
Volleyball

 

WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS
September
18




SPECTATOR SEATING VS. PLAYABLE AREA PURSUIT
(2-4-2, pg. 12)-A player may play a ball over a non-playable area if the player has a body part in contact with a playable area at the time the ball is contacted, and may enter the non-playable area after playing the ball.
WHEN SPECTATORS ARE SEATED COURTSIDE they should not be allowed to sit on the first row of seating (bleachers, seats) as this will interfere with a players attempt to play the ball per 2-4-2.
NOTE: When a player pursues a ball, returns it to their court and then enters an adjacent court being used for play or scheduled for play, the play is dead and a point is awarded to the opponent.

VERTICAL BACKBOARD OUT OF BOUNDS
(2-3-1h, pg. 12)-A ball is out of bounds and becomes dead when it touches any part of a backboard hanging in a vertical position over a playable area if it is a served ball or, in the judgment of the referee, the ball would not have remained in play if the backboard had not been there.
A VERTICAL BACKBOARD IS NOT TREATED AS PART OF THE CEILING.

LOCATION OF COACHES DURING PLAY
Head coaches may stand during competition as long as they are in the libero replacement zone and no closer to the sideline than 6’. The head coach is not to engage in conversation with the line judge. A head coach that has received a yellow or red card MAY NOT stand during a live ball for the remainder of the match (12-2-6, pg. 49.). Officials, remember: What You Permit, You Promote!

FIRST BALL OVER THE NET & MULTIPLE CONTACTS
(9-4-8, PG. 36)-Multiple contacts are more than one contact by a player during one attempt to play the ball. Multiple contacts are permitted only when the first ball over the net rebounds from one body part of the player’s body to one or more other parts in one attempt to play the ball.
WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF FIRST BALL OVER THE NET? – A served ball and every time the ball crosses over the net during a rally.

SAFETY OF PLAYERS
WEARING EAR BUDS DURING WARM-UP – Players are not allowed to wear ear buds/listen to music once on the court to warm-up. They need to be fully alert to their surroundings.
PRE-MATCH WARM-UP – When following the KSHSAA 20 or 10 minute warm-up, each team is given time on the court (7/4 minutes). Most will hit at the net at which time the opposing team positions themselves behind the on-court team to stay out of harm’s way. If the on-court team switches hitting sides, the opponent should adjust accordingly, stand behind the hitters or on the side of the court.
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Current Champions

6A

5A

4A-Div I

4A-Div II

3A

2A

1A-Div I

1A-Div II

Olathe Northwest

Tecumseh-Shawnee Heights

Rose Hill

Topeka-Hayden

Silver Lake

Olathe-Heritage Christian Academy

Centralia

Axtell

Kansas Expocentre, Topeka

Kansas Expocentre, Topeka

Bicentennial Center, Salina

Bicentennial Center, Salina

Emporia- White Auditorium, Emporia

Emporia- White Auditorium, Emporia

Fort Hays State University, Hays

Fort Hays State University, Hays


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