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SCORING HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL. by Bob Boese (2011) Acadiana Volleyball Officials Revisions by Nick Bryant (2012) - Maine Association of Volleyball Officials. SCORING CLINIC PREFACE. This is a PowerPoint to help high school scorers comply with NFHS scoring procedures.

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scoring high school volleyball
SCORINGHIGH SCHOOLVOLLEYBALL

by Bob Boese (2011)

Acadiana Volleyball Officials

Revisions by Nick Bryant (2012) - Maine Association of Volleyball Officials

scoring clinic preface
SCORING CLINIC PREFACE
  • This is a PowerPoint to help high school scorers comply with NFHS scoring procedures.
  • First, text on this screen describes happenings on the court. Try to make the correct entries on the scoresheet.
  • Then, a sample scoresheet on the next slide shows how to correctly score what happened.
slide3

BLANK TYPICAL SCORESHEET

SYMBOLS AND INSTRUCTIONS ARE IN THIS CORNER

1ST REFEREE

2ND REFEREE

volleyball scoring sample match 2011
VOLLEYBALL SCORINGSAMPLE MATCH2011
  • This is a match between Adams High School and Madison High School played at Madison Gym on October 3rd 2011.
  • The scorekeeper is Slyvia Smith, the first referee is Robby Fairref and the second referee is Ulysses Goodump.
  • The scorekeeper should be at the table 20 minutes before the first set starts.
basic information
Basic Information
  • Write in
  • Schools’ Names (at the very top)
  • Date and time
  • Location
  • SET number (There are 3 to 5 sets in a match. First team to win 3 sets wins the match.)
  • Indicate the level of play
slide6

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

1ST REFEREE

2ND REFEREE

basic information1
Basic Information
  • Write in
  • Your name
  • Officials’ names (R1 is the up official and R2 is the down official.)
  • 10 minutes before the start of the first set each team should give the scorer a roster of the members of the team. The scorer doesn’t have to do anything with this roster until lineups are turned in.
  • BUTtell the R2 if a roster wasn’t turned in.
slide8

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2012

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide9
Put in the school names again -- on the side of the sheet that matches the side of the court where each team will be playing.

Add line-ups from line-up sheets provided by the coaches.

Mark which team has first serve (the R2 should tell you who has it).

think geographically
Think Geographically . . .
  • Teams are listed on the same side of the scoresheet as the side of the court they are playing on. The team on your right when you look up at the court must be the team on the right of the scoresheet when you look down at the table.
  • Teams always alternate sides between Sets #1, #2, #3 and #4. The R2 will tell you which team has which side in Set #5.
lineup sheet
Lineup Sheet

ADAMS

42

X

1

3

5

7

9

11

lineup tips
Lineup Tips
  • If you haven’t gotten the lineup for both teams when 2 minutes are left in the warm-up period, tell this to the R2.
  • If a number appears on the lineup sheet that isn’t on the team roster (remember, you should have gotten this when 10 minutes were left in the warmup period) – tell this to the R2.
slide13

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

double check the lineup
Double Check the Lineup
  • Compare your scoresheet to the Libero Tracking Sheet to make sure they are the same, with numbers listed in serving order.

LIBERO TRACKING SHEET

ADAMS

42

Madison

23

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

the forgotten libero
The Forgotten Libero :(
  • If a team has not written down a libero number on their lineup sheet, they will not have a libero for that set.
  • NO LIBERO LISTED = NO LIBERO
  • They may still have one for another set – but only if they write down a libero number on the lineup for that set.
first server
First Server
  • Mark the start time at the whistle for serve.
  • Madison scores two points (points 1 and 2) on #2's serve, then they lose the rally.
  • Mark the two points next to #2 and also hatch out 1 and 2 in the running score.
  • The loss of rally sign looks like this:
slide17

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

5:01

VARSITY

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

1

2

1

2

3

4

Running Score

5

6

7

8

Box Score

9

10

11

12

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide18

Correct Server?

Before each serve, check the number of player on the court serving the ball against the player number of the server on your scoresheet.

If the numbers don’t match, wait until the serve is contacted and then inform the R2. (The R2 may stop the rally, but may decide to wait until the rally is over to double-check the scoresheet.)

slide19
Adams scores one point (point 1) on Madison #2's serve
    • Put this point in a box
    • and put a box around the point in the running score
  • Adams scores three more points (points 2, 3 and 4) on #1's serve
  • then they lose the rally
slide20

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

1

1

2

3

4

2

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide21
Madison scores one point (point 3) on Adams #1’s serve (put this in a box)
  • then scores two more points (points 4 and 5)
  • then they lose the rally
slide22

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

1

1

2

3

4

2

1

2

3

4

3

4

5

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide24

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide25
Adams’ libero (#42) comes in to serve for #3. (This is not a substitution and only shows up on the Libero Tracking Sheet.)
  • Put a triangle around serving position 2 to show that is the only place the libero can serve in the rotation.
  • Adams’ libero scores three more points (points 6, 7 and 8).
  • Put a triangle around every point the libero scores in both the boxes and running score.
  • then they lose the rally
libero serving tip
Libero Serving Tip
  • When the libero is on the court in one position and moves to serve in another position without leaving the court, there must be a double replacement of other players. You should see one player leaving and another entering – behind the attack line. This is not a substitution to mark on the scoresheet. But the Libero Tracker must mark both replacements on the Libero Tracking Sheet.
slide27

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

6

7

8

5

6

7

8

Position in Serving Rotation

9

10

11

12

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

scoring is demanding
Scoring is Demanding
  • Scoring correctly will take all of your concentration. Put away any distractions.
  • An accurate scoresheet contains all information the R2 needs to recreate what happened on any point in the match.
  • Try to be quick and efficient, but don’t hesitate to tell your R2 if you need something explained or need more time.
  • Work with your officiating teammates!
try to be neat
TRY TO BE NEAT
  • The scoresheet will start to get crowded with numbers and squares and triangles
  • The scoresheet will get more crowded with substitutions and time-outs
  • TRY TO BE NEAT
  • It is better to take your time and tell the R2 you are not ready yet, than to be sloppy.
slide30
Madison scores one point (point 6) on Adams #42’s serve (put this in a box)
  • Madison substitutes #58 for #6
slide31

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

7

8

6

5

6, 58

6

s

58

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide32

58

S

6

6

58

6

S

6

You can also use separate boxes to show substitutions. You will often need to do this for multiple substitutions

substitutions come in threes
Substitutions Come in Threes
  • Mark the scoresheet in three (3) places for every substitution:
  • 1 - box score (put S or Sx and the entering player’s number / leaving player’s number)
  • 2 - player number (add the new number)
  • 3 - substitutions (put a hash mark)
slide34
Madison scores two points (7 and 8) on #58's serve then they lose the rally
  • Adams scores one point (point 9) on Madison #58’s serve (put this in a box)
slide35

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

7

8

6

5

9

6, 58

6

58

7

8

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

8-9

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide36
Madison calls a timeout.
  • Mark (Tx)and put the score at the time of the time out (8-9) in the timeouts box
  • Put the score of the team who called the timeout first.

9

Tx

slide37

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

7

8

6

5

9

Tx

6, 58

6

58

7

8

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

8-9

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide38
Adams loses the rally
  • Madison scores one point (point 9) on Adams #5's serve (put this in a box)
  • Madison’s libero (#23) replaces #8 (not a substitution) to serve.
  • Put a triangle around serving position 4 to show this is the only place the libero can serve.
slide39

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

7

8

6

5

9

Tx

6, 58

6

S

58

7

8

6

7

9

8

9

10

11

12

8-9

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide41

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

7

8

6

5

9

Tx

6, 58

6

S

58

7

8

6

7, 30

9

Sx

30

8

7

9

10

11

12

8-9

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

ask if you need to
ASK IF YOU NEED TO
  • Ask the R2 “What just happened?” if you don’t know.
  • Don’t ever guess what happened
  • If the R2 doesn’t explain what happened and there is a serve, make sure you find out what happened at the next dead ball.
  • You MUST know what’s going on all the time.
completeness counts
Completeness Counts!
  • Anything that happens during a player’s term of service is marked in the box score following that player’s number – even if it is something the other team does.
  • X indicates action by the non-serving team
  • Substitutions (S or Sx and entering / leaving players’ numbers)
  • Timeouts (T or Tx)
  • Penalties (P or Px and penalized player’s number)
slide44
Madison loses the rally
  • Adams scores one point (point 10) on Madison #9’s serve (put this in a box)
  • Adams scores four more points (points 11 to 14) on #30's serve
  • Madison calls their 2nd time out (Tx)
slide45

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

7

8

6

5

9

Tx

6, 58

6

S

58

7

8

6

7, 30

9

Sx

30

8

10

11

12

13

14

Tx

7

9

10

11

12

8-9

9-14

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

timeout tips
Timeout Tips
  • Teams almost always call time out when the other team is serving
  • Mark Tx in the box score (or T if the serving team calls timeout)
  • Write in the score at the timeout in the time out box for the team who called it
  • A team only gets two timeouts per set. Tell the R2 when they have used two. If that team calls a third timeout, tell the R2.
slide47
Madison subs back #6 for #58
  • Adams scores four more points (points 15 to 18) then they lose the rally
  • Madison scores one point (point 10) on Adams #30's serve (put this in a box)
  • Madison #10 has a Re-serve (RS) – the R2 should tell you this happened
  • then they lose the rally
slide48

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

7

8

6

5

9

Tx

6, 58, 6

6

S

58

7

8

6

7, 30

6

9

Sx

30

8

10

11

12

13

14

Tx

Sx

58

7

15

16

17

18

9

10

RS

10

11

12

8-9

9-14

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide49
Adams scores one point (point 19) on Madison #10's serve (put this in a box)
  • Adams scores two more points (20 and 21) then #2 on Madison calls the R1 a “no talent jerk” and gets a red card.
  • Adams scores point 22 on the red card. Enter this in the Comments section and put Px22 in the running score and hatch 22 in the box score. You will put this notation in the Comments section of the scoresheet of every later set as well.
  • Adams then scores two more points (points 23 and 24) then loses the rally.
slide50

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

7

8

6

5

9

Tx

6, 58

6

S

58

7

8

6

7, 30

S

6

9

Sx

30

8

10

11

12

13

14

Tx

58

7

15

16

17

18

9

23

24

10

19

20

21

RS

Px22

10

11

12

8-9

9-14

R #2 (10-21)

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide51
Madison scores one point (point 11) on Adams #9's serve (put this in a box)
  • then they lose the rally
  • Adams scores one point (point 25) on Madison #12's serve (put this in a box) and wins the set
slide52

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

7

8

6

5

9

Tx

6, 58

6

S

58

7

8

6

7, 30

S

6

9

Sx

30

8

10

11

12

13

14

Tx

58

7

15

16

17

18

9

Px22

23

24

10

19

20

21

RS

10

11

25

12

11

8-9

9-14

R #2 (10-21)

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

slide53
Enter the name and score of winning and losing teams
  • Enter the finishing time of the set
  • Official(s) will check and sign the scoresheet
slide54

Madison High Adams High

10-03-2007

Madison Gym

5:00

VARSITY

5:01

5:15

Adams

X

Madison

42

23

4

1

1

2

3

2

1

2

3

5

4

3

4

5

7

8

6

5

9

Tx

6, 58

6

S

58

7

8

6

7, 30

S

6

9

Sx

30

8

10

11

12

13

14

Tx

58

7

15

16

17

18

9

23

24

10

19

20

21

RS

PX22

10

11

25

12

11

8-9

9-14

R #2 (10-21)

Adams

25

Madison

11

S. Smith

Robby Fairref

1ST REFEREE

Ulysses Goodump

2ND REFEREE

good scorekeeping habits
Good Scorekeeping Habits
  • Establish an unvaried routine in your scorekeeping.
  • Complete the individual box score first (point, timeout, substitution, penalty, etc.)
  • Next mark the running score, or insert substitute players’ numbers, etc.
  • Last mark the # of substitutions, score at timeout, type of sanction, etc.
it s not a guessing game
It’s NOT a Guessing Game
  • Don’t ever guess what happened. If you don’t know, ask the R2.
  • If the R2 doesn’t explain what happened and there is a serve, make sure you find out what happened at the next dead ball.
  • You must know everything that is going on, and your scoresheet must show it.
  • From time to time, check the Libero Tracking Sheet and the timekeeper’s scoreboard against your scoresheet.
remember
REMEMBER
  • You are the OFFICIAL scorer
  • You are part of the officiating team with the R1 and R2, Libero Tracker, Line Judges and Timekeeper
  • Your score is the correct score!
  • So…
  • Always do your best and
  • Ask the R2 for help if you need it.