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Old Wed Sep 22, 2010, 03:17pm
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In two man, we are to switch on all non-shooting fouls. For shooting fouls, calling official is to stay table side.
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Old Wed Sep 22, 2010, 03:45pm
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In two man, we are to switch on all non-shooting fouls. For shooting fouls, calling official is to stay table side.

Where is this?
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Old Wed Sep 22, 2010, 03:57pm
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Really? I like it being online. How many times do I have to hear JS go over the dimensions of what legal piping is on a uniform!! Plus, we have our local organizational meetings so we all get together then. Now if we held the meetings at a nice resort in VB or Williamsburg, made it a weekend with golfing etc, THEN I would miss it!!
But Joyce does have some pretty funny one-liners thrown in to the "obvious" rules though

i do hope the vendors get out to at least one of our association meetings.
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Old Wed Sep 22, 2010, 04:06pm
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Where is this?
2009-2011 Officials Manual, 2.4.2 E1 and 2

E. Switching:
1. Officials should switch positions on all non-shooting fouls.
2. For shooting fouls, the calling official reports the foul to table, then
remains table side at Trail. The calling official has the option of going
to Lead (opposite table) to avoid a confrontational situation with
coach/bench, i.e. after a technical foul or disqualifying foul. The practice
should rarely be used and should be discussed thoroughly in the
pregame conference.
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Old Wed Sep 22, 2010, 04:07pm
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NY we still go opposite from the table in boys on foul calls and use NCAA women's rules with some modifications in girls. Also 35 and 30 second shot clocks.
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Old Wed Sep 22, 2010, 04:10pm
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2009-2011 Officials Manual, 2.4.2 E1 and 2

E. Switching:
1. Officials should switch positions on all non-shooting fouls.
2. For shooting fouls, the calling official reports the foul to table, then
remains table side at Trail. The calling official has the option of going
to Lead (opposite table) to avoid a confrontational situation with
coach/bench, i.e. after a technical foul or disqualifying foul. The practice
should rarely be used and should be discussed thoroughly in the
pregame conference.
So your "we" applies to those that adhere strictly to the NFHS mechanics. I was assuming you were talking about your particular location.
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Old Wed Sep 22, 2010, 04:16pm
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I'm in Minnesota. Can't think of any NFHS mechanics differences off top of my head. But we do modify a couple rules. We have 18 minute halfs, and uniforms are white for visitor, color for home.
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Old Wed Sep 22, 2010, 05:42pm
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But Joyce does have some pretty funny one-liners thrown in to the "obvious" rules though

i do hope the vendors get out to at least one of our association meetings.
I'll miss Joyce's performance. She's a great guy!

As to the live meeting, you'll only have 3 chances:
Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010 6:00 P.M. Hanover High School, Mechanicsville

Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010 TBA
Loudoun County High School, Leesburg

Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010 TBA
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I'll miss Joyce's performance. She's a great guy!

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Old Wed Sep 22, 2010, 06:27pm
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Connecticut: IAABO mechanics with some "special" Connecticut "only" modifications:
Point to floor for two-point field goal try when shooter has foot touching three point line.
Team members are not allowed to congregate at midcourt during introductions. Officials will direct players to free throw line area in front of respective benches.
Coaching Box must be marked. If home coach and/or home management refuse to designate coaching box with tape, the home team will not use a coaching box for that game. However, the visiting team will be allowed a coaching box. Notify Board Secretary, or Commissioner the next day.
Captains-Head Coaches-Officials pre-game meeting should occur from 5 to 10 minutes prior to start of game. If the head coach refuses to attend the meeting, notify Board Secretary or Commissioner, who will notify the school Athletic Director and CIAC.
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Old Wed Sep 22, 2010, 06:29pm
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What mechanics does your state use?
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Joey, down the road at Precision Auto does a great job.
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But Joyce does have some pretty funny one-liners thrown in to the "obvious" rules though
I found Joyce quite entertaining and informative at the same time. I really thought she did a good job.

I'll certainly miss her annual slides and discussion comparing T's and ejections by sport and talking about jacka$$ coaches and players. Always my favorite part.
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Old Wed Sep 22, 2010, 07:37pm
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I found Joyce quite entertaining and informative at the same time. I really thought she did a good job.

I'll certainly miss her annual slides and discussion comparing T's and ejections by sport and talking about jacka$$ coaches and players. Always my favorite part.
The great thing about that is when you KNOW that one of the coaches who got ejected is sitting in the room!!!
Joyce did a great job. It seems like most of the time is spent going over what is or is not proper uniform etc. There were usually some great questions: So if I get a T and I have to sit the rest of the game not just a quarter/ Do I chose the seat or can I change seats like after time outs and stuff? (Actual question)
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[QUOTE=Welpe;693449]Does not compute.[/QU

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