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The responsibilities and mechanics of the second referee during a time-out The responsibilities and mechanics of the second referee during a time-out in high school volleyball have been altered. … NFHS 2017 VOLLEYBALL RULE CHANGES To view and download a document outlining the NFHS 2017 Rule Changes and Points of Emphasis, click on the document below. SOLID-COLOR UNIFORMS TASO, the UIL, and TAPPS are all in agreement on the following: It is clear that the transition to the solid-colored uniform … Volleyball Rules Changes 2017-18 NFHS Volleyball Rules Changes 2017-18February 16, 2017 5-5-3b(12): Outlines mechanics for the second referee to sound a warning … Rally Score Sheet Click on the attachment to download the Rally Score Sheet Insulin Pump Clarification Rule 5-1-1 .... Clarification Rule 5-1-1 .... CLARIFICATION All contest officials shall be secured by the host school. Line judges, "unless determined … TASO Volleyball Pay Sheets for 2018-2019 TASO Volleyball Officials Pay Sheets NEW for 2018-2019 A standardized Pay Sheet will be provided for each official. Pay Sheets … TASO Volleyball Uniform Policy TASO Volleyball Uniform Policy - Updated 7-14-2015 I. The official uniform of the TASO " Volleyball Division shall be: … Flash Photography Flash photography is permitted during regular season and playoff games unless a request is made to a game official from one of … Wearing the American Flag on your Shirt Flag Patch An American flag patch shall be worn as part of the official's uniform. Placement of the flag on the uniform …

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Comments on the 2017 Volleyball Rules Changes

From NFHS website:
5-5-3b(12), 5-5-3b(19), 5-4-3c(17), 5-8-3a: The defining end of a time-out shall be the audio signal (horn) administered by the official timer and the warning of the impending end of the time-out is administered by the second referee. For a time-out, the second referee whistles a warning at 45 seconds or at any other time when both teams take the court ready to play before the audio horn is sounded at 60 seconds. The second referee shall instruct the timer to sound the audio signal at 60 seconds or earlier if teams are on the court before the scheduled 60 seconds. The same procedure is followed for the timed interval between sets. The second referee whistles a two-minute, 45-second warning followed by the timer sounding the audio signal at three minutes. If an intermission is being used, the warning whistle is at four minutes, 45 seconds with the audio signal at five minutes.
9-8-2: A replay is a single action to repeat the start and completion of a rally that was interrupted under Rule 9-8-1. When resuming play, all circumstances should be the same and no requests shall be recognized for time-out, service order, lineup, substitution, libero replacement, etc. This application of the rule for a replay provides for a reasonable resumption of play with circumstances being the same as they were when play was interrupted.
Deletion of Illegal Substitution Signal: The penalty for illegal substitution is "unnecessary delay " administrative yellow or red card." There is no need to require the referee to execute two penalty signals " illegal substitution and unnecessary delay " for the same violation of "unnecessary delay." This eliminates a duplicate action by the referee for the same violation.
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