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Old Sun Jun 02, 2024, 07:20am
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NFHS - Line Judge Signals

In PAVO, if the LJ sees a player hit the antenna, the LJ is to signal "antenna fault."

Is that also true in NFHS?

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Old Sun Jun 02, 2024, 03:13pm
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In PAVO, if the LJ sees a player hit the antenna, the LJ is to signal "antenna fault."

Is that also true in NFHS?

Came up this weekend.
I believe in NCAA, the LJ is NOT supposed to indicate the antenna contact unless authorized to do so by the R1 before the match.

Sadly, I have no idea for FED.
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Old Mon Jun 03, 2024, 03:37pm
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I believe in NCAA, the LJ is NOT supposed to indicate the antenna contact unless authorized to do so by the R1 before the match.

Sadly, I have no idea for FED.
The line judge is to raise the flag, wave it in the air, and point at the antenna to draw the attention of the officials. R1 or R2 will then blow the whistle. At least that is standard procedure in NFHS.
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Old Tue Jun 04, 2024, 08:10am
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I believe in NCAA, the LJ is NOT supposed to indicate the antenna contact unless authorized to do so by the R1 before the match.
Yes -- based on the experience of the LJ. In practice, at least around here, it was always included, so I forgot about that part.

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The line judge is to raise the flag, wave it in the air, and point at the antenna to draw the attention of the officials. R1 or R2 will then blow the whistle. At least that is standard procedure in NFHS.
Reference? Not doubting you, just looking for a source I can point to.
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