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Old Mon Jan 18, 2010, 04:06pm
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I think I've heard that MN has them, but that is only hearsay.
MN can only use them in non-conference games if both teams agree. They are not used in tournament play.
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Old Mon Jan 18, 2010, 07:15pm
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None in Connecticut, except for prep schools that use a hybrid version of NFHS/NCAA rules, and then, only for varsity games, not for subvarsity games.
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Old Mon Jan 18, 2010, 07:27pm
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Shot clocks are a great addition to the game. Since I've started doing FIBA rules this year it is a much smoother flowing game than FED games.
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Old Mon Jan 18, 2010, 09:32pm
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There are only about eight overall which employ the shot clock.

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The only ones I know of are CA, WA, and NY.
You can add MA, MD (girls), and one of the Dakotas (I can't recall which).

I can tell you for sure that NV does not use it.
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Old Mon Jan 18, 2010, 10:06pm
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NY 30 second for girls, 35 for boys at the varsity and JV level. NY we also use NCAA rules for girls games with some modifications and NFHS Rules for boys.
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High School Sports | Shot clock approved for boys high-school basketball | Seattle Times Newspaper

According to this article from Apr 2009:

7 states use it for boys
8 states use it for girls


Btw, no shot clock in Ohio either.
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Old Tue Jan 19, 2010, 08:13am
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Forgot to mention. In NY 3 person crews are not mandated and not the norm. some places use them for high profile games. I don't think with school budgets in the shape they are in we will ever see 3 person mandated. How about the rest of the country.
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Old Tue Jan 19, 2010, 08:20am
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Not in Indiana and we were told not to expect it anytime soon.
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Old Tue Jan 19, 2010, 08:34am
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Forgot to mention. In NY 3 person crews are not mandated and not the norm. some places use them for high profile games. I don't think with school budgets in the shape they are in we will ever see 3 person mandated. How about the rest of the country.
Please either start a new thread for this inquiry or better yet do a search of our past threads on this rather than mess up this one with such a question and the responses.
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Old Tue Jan 19, 2010, 09:39am
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I sometimes wish Texas would use a shot clock. I would love for some teams to take 35 seconds to shoot instead of 7 or 8 seconds.
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Old Fri Jan 27, 2012, 03:35am
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There are only about eight overall which employ the shot clock.


You can add MA, MD (girls), and one of the Dakotas (I can't recall which).

I can tell you for sure that NV does not use it.
To bring it up again North Dakota uses it in both classes(Class B added it this year) :35 for boys and :30 for girls while South Dakota uses it in Class A only(biggest class)
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Old Fri Jan 27, 2012, 07:43am
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None in Maine but wish we had them. But then I don't think we would have competent people to run them at the High school level. It's hard enough to have them used correctly at the college level.
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Old Fri Jan 27, 2012, 09:27am
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To bring it up again North Dakota uses it in both classes(Class B added it this year) :35 for boys and :30 for girls while South Dakota uses it in Class A only(biggest class)
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None in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Florida, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut.

I don't want to see a shot clock and the only thing worse that a shot clock is AP.

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None in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Florida, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut.

I don't want to see a shot clock and the only thing worse that a shot clock is AP.

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Your comments on the AP are, IMO, completely ridiculous. I know you've said this before, repeatedly (so you're consistent at least), but still...

Jump balls have to be the most idiotic way to settle a tie up. You have a 5'4" player make a great defensive play and tie up a player who's 6'2" tall and those two are supposed to "jump it up" in order to determine the next possession?

Never mind the fact that we'd have 10-20 jump balls in just about every lower level girls game.

You want to eliminate the held ball in the NCAA, fine. I can almost go along with that. But in NFHS rules? You're just not willing to see what it would be like if we went back to the old way (which, BTW, is probably 30 years ago now -- I started officiating 25 years ago and we had the arrow then).
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