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Old Sat Jan 08, 2005, 11:50pm
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Seventh grade girls. Twice in the same game but at different ends of the floor. A player commits a foul while the coach is whining for a foul. I call the common foul on the player and my partner T's up the coach. We had both coaches seated by the fourth quarter.
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Old Sat Jan 08, 2005, 11:55pm
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Seventh grade girls. Twice in the same game but at different ends of the floor. A player commits a foul while the coach is whining for a foul. I call the common foul on the player and my partner T's up the coach. We had both coaches seated by the fourth quarter.

Was your situation personal foul by A1 followed by a technical foul by Coach A and then sometime later you have a personal foul by B1 followed by a technical foul by Coach B? If this is the situation you had then you had false multiple fouls, not false double fouls.
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Foul on b1 Tech on coach A. False Double.
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Old Sun Jan 09, 2005, 12:18am
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Foul on b1 Tech on coach A. False Double.

You mean that Coach A was complaining about the foul you called on B1? That is a new one.

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Old Sun Jan 09, 2005, 12:25am
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She is complaining that I should be calling more fouls than I am as I am calling a foul. Yeah, new to me too but it happened. We "called it both ways" though. weird night.
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Old Sun Jan 09, 2005, 01:56am
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Foul on b1 Tech on coach A. False Double.

You mean that Coach A was complaining about the foul you called on B1? That is a new one.

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You are giving coaches too much credit. That happens all the time. Have you never heard a coach say, "Well it's about time," after they have been crying for a call and then get it?
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