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Old Thu Oct 13, 2011, 09:18am
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GHSA Puts out some good stuff (PDF and Vid)

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2011 GHSA Basketball Officials Training Video | GHSA.net

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http://www.ghsa.net/files/documents/...tudy_Guide.pdf
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Old Thu Oct 13, 2011, 10:53am
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The video was outstanding. I think more states need to give that kind of information to help their officials. It really explained more than I see in other videos at this level.

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Old Thu Oct 13, 2011, 12:10pm
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Having already viewed these as part of our training for the year I was thinking the state in general, and our association in particular, was doing a good job providing us resources. Good to hear it verified from outside the state.
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Old Thu Oct 13, 2011, 04:09pm
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Having already viewed these as part of our training for the year I was thinking the state in general, and our association in particular, was doing a good job providing us resources. Good to hear it verified from outside the state.
The training video is excellent.

Side note: I noticed almost all of the officials shown in the intro. were walking while reporting fouls to the table. Is that the preferred method in Georgia?
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Old Thu Oct 13, 2011, 09:03pm
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Agreed. Excellent video and training.

Hope I never get to experience any of it........
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Old Thu Oct 13, 2011, 09:18pm
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Side note: I noticed almost all of the officials shown in the intro. were walking while reporting fouls to the table. Is that the preferred method in Georgia?
Having went to a camp this summer with a Ray McClure, who is a top GHSA official and clinician, and they do two-hand mechanics and walk&talk when reporting. So yes.
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Old Fri Oct 14, 2011, 09:17am
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Having went to a camp this summer with a Ray McClure, who is a top GHSA official and clinician, and they do two-hand mechanics and walk&talk when reporting. So yes.
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Old Fri Oct 14, 2011, 12:15pm
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Side note: I noticed almost all of the officials shown in the intro. were walking while reporting fouls to the table. Is that the preferred method in Georgia?
Walking and talking while reporting is encouraged to help speed things up, yes. One difference is that some were using one-hand to report numbers and as McMac said that's definitely not the mechanic we're encouraged to use.

Grunewar - you and me both, though I know this will always be a part of my pre-game going forward (and shame on me for it not being so previously). During our association meetings they also encouraged us to get a small sharpy marker to put in our pocket so we can write down player numbers on our hand/wrist if anything happens.
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Old Fri Oct 14, 2011, 06:30pm
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Encouraged us to get a small sharpy marker to put in our pocket so we can write down player numbers on our hand if anything happens.
That what I used to do in high school to write down a pretty girl's phone number. In my case, nothing usually happened.
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Old Fri Oct 14, 2011, 11:46pm
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Evidently, nobody in Georgia STOPS to report a foul.
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Evidently, nobody in Georgia STOPS to report a foul.
Stop and report is the only way to do it here in my little corner of Connecticut.
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Old Sat Oct 15, 2011, 11:22am
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Guys,

Our local association put together a training video last year that GHSA used as their model for this video. Our's has more on it including a "dummy" method for administering the final tally including shots, POI, etc.

If any of you want to see it, let me know and I'll email you a copy. But, I want to make sure that people know that THEY copied US and not vice versa.

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Old Sat Oct 15, 2011, 11:41am
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Evidently, nobody in Georgia STOPS to report a foul.
Preferred method is to clear the players, time your presentation to end at the place where you will stop, turn and assume your tableside position on the subsequent play (f.throws, throw-in). So, it is a two handed walk and talk presentation even if you run for the first portion of it. Timing is key.

Our state is very college Women oriented.
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Stop and report is the only way to do it here in my little corner of Connecticut.
....and the way I have been taught in my not so little corner of NVA.
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Old Sat Oct 15, 2011, 12:10pm
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Preferred method is to clear the players, time your presentation to end at the place where you will stop, turn and assume your tableside position on the subsequent play (f.throws, throw-in). So, it is a two handed walk and talk presentation even if you run for the first portion of it. Timing is key.

Our state is very college Women oriented.
Which means I was right.
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