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2010-11 OSAA

Rules Exam

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Question 1

  • A student who transfers between school years to a new school under the terms of a reciprocal transfer agreement without a move of the parents is eligible to participate in athletics if the student resides with a family friend in the new district as long as the family friend has guardianship granted by a court.


Rule 8.6.3

Hardship (f)(4) –

Exceptions to the

Fundamental Rule

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Question 2

  • An incoming 9th grader enrolling in a school outside of the attendance boundary where his/her parents live is eligible.


Rule 8.6.3 (a)

Exceptions to the

Fundamental Rule

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Question 3

  • If a student plays on a summer team for a coach, and the student transfers to the school of the coach of the summer team in the fall, the student is ineligible.


Rule 8.6.5

Participation on

Affiliated Team

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Question 4

  • A student whose parents are divorced or legally separated may move from living with one parent to living with the other parent between school years and remain eligible.


Rule 8.6.3 (d)

Exceptions to the

Fundamental Rule

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Question 5

  • A transfer accompanied by the move of the parents always results in athletic eligibility at the new school.


Rule 8.6 - Transfer

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Question 6

  • A student who becomes 19 years old on September 1 is eligible for that entire school year


Rule 8.3 – Age

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Question 7

  • If a coach is ejected from a contest, the coach must leave the bench area but may sit in the stands.


BP 21 – Ejection Policies

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Question 8

  • Members of a coaching staff or parents of players may officiate any varsity contest so long as they are certified through the NFHS Coaches Education course.


BP 55 – Officials

Certified Requirement

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Question 9

  • If a fall season participant passed fewer than the minimum number of classes required by the OSAA in the previous spring, he/she may apply credit gained over the summer in order to gain eligibility.


Rule 8.1 – Academic Eligibility

Q&A #6

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Question 10

  • A coach may not choose to halt play and remove his/her team from a contest due to dangerous playing conditions.


BP 85

Withdrawal during Competition

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Question 11

  • A student who transfers midway through the school year to a new school without a move of the parents is eligible to participate in athletics.


Rule 8.6.6

Mid-Year Transfers

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Question 12

  • OSAA Practice Limitation restrictions (“Rule of Two”) apply to both team and individual sports.


BP 58

Practice Limitation Rule

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Question 13

  • Private school students who live within a public school’s attendance boundaries are not eligible to participate on their resident public school’s team if there is a team in the sport available for them at their private school.


Rule 8.5.1 (b)

School Representation

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Question 14

  • During the OSAA Moratorium Week, scheduled for July 31-August 6, 2011, a student may participate in an open gym as long as his/her coach is not present.


BP 51

Moratorium Week

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Question 15

  • A student who passed five out of seven classes last semester (achieving 2.25 credits) and is on track to graduate is academically eligible.


Rule 8.1

Academic Eligibility

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Question 16

  • If only one student representing a school competes in an individual sport, it does not count against the school’s team participation limitation.


Participation Limitations

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Question 17

  • In order to be a high school coach in Oregon, a coach must be certified, receive concussion training annually, and receive steroid education training once every four years.


Rule 1.2

AD and Coach Certification

And State Statues

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Question 18

  • Recent alumni are not allowed to practice with your basketball team over Christmas Break.


Rule 6

Association Sports/Activities

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Question 19

  • OSAA rules require all cheerleading coaches, competitive teams and support groups, to attend an annual Cheerleading Safety Clinic


BP 7

Cheerleading Safety Clinic

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Question 20

  • In the fall, a varsity basketball coach may work with two students, while the assistant coach works with two other students as long as they are at separate ends of the gym.


BP 58 – Q&A #15

Practice Limitation Rule

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Question 21

  • A soccer coach who is serving a suspension due to an ejection in the previous contest may be with his/her team during warm-ups as long as the coach is “out of sight and sound” prior to the start of the game.


BP 21 – Ejection Policies

Q&A #11

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Question 22

  • When a participant is suspended due to an ejection, the contest in which the suspension is served counts against his/her individual contest limitation.


BP 21 – Ejection Policies

Q & A #17

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Question 23

  • Disrespecting a player by name, number, or position is permissible during contests


BP 66 (a)

Spectator Conduct at

OSAA Sanctioned Events

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Question 24

  • A student athlete may receive cash as a reward for participation or accomplishment in athletics.


Rule 8.4


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Question 25

  • Use of an ineligible player in a contest may result in fines and forfeiture.


Rule 5

Violations of Regulations