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1 1 What should be done if a group of people in the stands are shaking bottles full of rocks while the opposing team is serving and during play? a. The administrator should be made aware of the situation since artificial noisemakers are prohibited. b. No action should be taken - while megaphones used by anyone other than cheerleaders are not allowed, homemade noisemakers are legal. c. The people should be told that noisemakers may not be used during the serve, but may be used during time outs. d. The people should be removed from the match immediately. e. The R2 should go to the fans and explain that artificial noisemakers are not allowed. 2 Prior to the match, a coin toss is conducted with the captains and head coaches present: a. One or both teams want their libero to be designated as a captain b. The visiting captain calls the toss. The winner of the toss is given a choice of serve, receive or a choice of side of the court c. The visiting captain calls the toss. The winner of the toss is given a choice of serve or receive. d. Both A and C e. Both A and B 3 The playing of music/sound effects shall only be permitted prior to the start of the set during warmups, time-outs, between sets and following the competition. The use of artificial noisemakers is prohibited 4 Per UIL modification of NFHS rules, there is a cap of 30 for all sets in any sub varsity contest, as well as varsity tournament matches when playing in a best two out of three format. 5 Team R CB shanks a served ball that hits an overhead obstruction about 10 feet directly behind the court over a playable area. The R1 blows the whistle as the ball is falling near the RB for Team R, who then catches the ball. The R1 should: a. Signal loss of rally/point to Team S and signal the ball out of bounds b. Signal loss of rally/point to Team S and signal illegal hit since the RB caught the ball c. Signal replay, due to the inadvertent whistle, as the ball contacted an overhead obstruction over a playable area 6 Team R libero makes a spectactular save on a ball that is in a playable area past the end of her team bench. The passed ball crosses back over the middle of the Team R bench, is passed over the net where it lands untouched in the middle of the Team S court. The R1 should: a. Whistle and signal loss of rally/point for Team R b. Whistle and signal loss of rally/point for Team S 7 Referees arrive for a tournament match that is being played in a gym split into two courts. On one end of the court, there is only 5 feet of space available behind the court. The referees: a. should refuse to play the match as there must be 6 feet of space available for the server b. should proceed with the match, allowing the players to step into the court when they serve. The R1 should penalize the server, if the R1 judges that the server stepped past the six foot limit.

2 c. should request the tournament director mark the court so that servers will have 6 feet of space to serve 8 The substitution zone is the area: a. near the sideline between the attack line and end line b. near the sideline between the center line and end line c. near the sideline between the center line and attack line

3 9 Concerning the net: a. Any exposed steel or metal cables through the top or bottom of the net must be covered b. Professionally printed or by way of decal, the school's name, insignia, mascot or advertising may be shown on the top sleeve of the net c. The standards and referee stand must be padded to a height of 5 1/2 ft with a minimum of 1 inch thick padding d. All of the above are true e. Only a and c 10 Upon arrival for a match, the home team informs the referee that the referee stand is broken, but they still want the match to go on and provide a padded wooden box for the referee to stand upon. The referee: a. should refuse to officiate the match due the lack of a proper referee's platform b. determine that the box is well padded but unstable and officiate the match from the floor c. should declare a forfeit as the home team has not provided the proper equipment to officiate the match 11 Hair control devices such as bobby pins, flat clips and flat barrettes, unadorned and no longer than two inches are allowed 12 A hard and unyielding item such as a brace, guard or cast may be worn on the elbow or upper arm provided that it is padded with at least 1/2 inch thick closedcell, slow-recovery foam padding. Guards, casts and braces made of hard and unyielding materials may not be worn on the hand, finger, wrist or forearm even if padded. 13 Which of the below is true? a. The libero must wear a uniform top that is immediately recognized from all angles as being in clear contrast to other members of the team. b. Uniform numbers must be permanent, clearly visible and the body of, or trim around the number must be in sharp contrast to the body of the jersey c. Removal of the jersey or shorts while in the playing area is considered unsporting conduct and should result in a yellow card being issued d. All of the above are true 14 During a dead ball, a substitution is recognized. As the player is entering the court, the R2 notices a 1-inch flat clip with a small tiger head attached in the player's hair. a. The R2 should wait until the next dead ball and assess the team an unnecessary delay b. The R2 should allow the player to play as the clip is less than 2 inches c. The R2 should immediately whistle and assess unnecessary delay on the team and have the replaced player return to the court d. The R2 should immediately whistle and assess unnecessary delay on the team and tell the coach the player is not allowed to play with the illegal clip 15 In what year must the libero or her teammates wear a solid-colored uniform a b c d. This is not noted in the rule book

4 16 A substitute enters the substitution zone wearing number "0". a. The R2 should whistle and signal substitution and when the player enters the court, immediately whistle and signal illegal substitution as "0" is not a legal number b. The R2 should tell the sub to go back to the bench since she is not wearing a legal number c. The R should whistle and signal substitution. 17 During dead balls the R2 shall a. scan the playable area for new obstacles b. look at both benches for possible substitutions and requests for time-outs c. scan both courts to watch for libero replacements d. all the above 18 Before each set, the R2 follows this procedure a. With the ball under their arm, he/she uses the lineup card to check the lineup of each team starting with the receiving team. b. With the ball already given to the server, he/she uses the lineup card to check the starting positions of each team starting with the receiving team. c. With the ball on the score table, he/she uses the lineup card to check the starting positions of each team starting with the receiving team. The R2 rolls/throws/bounces the ball to the server when the lineup checks are completed. d. With the ball in the hands of the line judge on the serving team s side, he/she uses the lineup card to check the starting positions of each team starting with the receiving team 19 Information recorded in the comments section of the score sheet include a. Redesignation of the libero, wrong server, cards for unsporting conduct, injured player information b. Exceptional substitutions, cards for unsporting conduct, uniform/equipment violations c. Concussion management, redesignation of the libero, uniform changes due to blood/other damage d. B and C e. A and B 20 What is the proper protocol for the R1, R2, and line judges during announcements and National Anthem? a. After the timed warm-up, the R1 and R2 walk to the opposite side of the court (one on each side) to stand during introductions and the National Anthem. The line judges remain in a neutral area until the match begins. b. After the timed warm-up, both line judges and the R1 and R2 walk to the opposite side of the court, two on each side with the R1 closest to the net on the left side (looking from the scorer's table) and the R2 and other line judge on the right side. They all stand during introductions and the National Anthem c. After the timed warm-up, the R1 and R2 remain standing in front of the scorers table during announcements, introductions and the National Anthem d. After the timed warm-up, the R1, R2 and the line judges sit in a neutral area behind the scorers table. This is done to discourage the players from coming over for a fist bump.

5 21 What is the proper sequence of whistle and signals for the R2 when calling a net foul? a. Whistle, move to the offending team's side of the net, signal net fault, signal the number of the player at fault to the R1 and indicate the result of the play to the R1. b. Whistle, signal net fault, show the coach the number of the offending player c. Whistle, move to the offending team's side of the net, signal net fault, signal the number of the player at fault to the R1, repeat the R1's result of the play signal d. Whistle, move to the offending team's side of the net, signal net fault, show the coach the number of the offending player 22 When line judges are not assigned by the chapter, both the visiting and home team may provide an adult or player to call lines 23 A ball is attacked by Team A and lands slightly out of bounds near Team B's side line. The line judge signals the ball in. The R1 should: a. Award the point to Team A since it was close b. Check to see if the R2 is making an in or out call c. Award the point to Team B since the R1 saw the ball land out d. Give a replay since the R1 and line judge have different calls 24 The deciding set coin toss is conducted: a. Near the scorer's table by the R1 b. Near the referee stand by the R1 c. Near the referee stand by the R2 d. Near the scorer's table by the R2 25 The R2 should begin to communicate to the coach when substitutions have been used. a. 14 b. 9 c. 15 d During time outs, the R2 should: a. Check with the scorekeeper to review the score and that the time out is properly recorded b. Communicate with the libero trackers to determine if the liberos for each of the teams were on or off the court when the time out started c. (at the end of the time out) ensure that the timer sounds the horn or a whistle is blown to end the time out and the number of timeouts used by each team is displayed and the court is "returned" to the R1 d. All of the above 27 At the end of the match: a. the R1 whistles, gives the end of set signal, then whistles and releases the players after they go to the end line. The R2 verifies the score by initialing the scoresheet b. the R1 whistles, gives the end of set signal, then whistles and releases the players after they go to the end line. The R1 verifies the score by initialing the scoresheet c. the R1 whistles, gives the end of set signal, then whistles and releases the players. The R2 verifies the score by initialing the scoresheet d. the R1 whistles, gives the end of set signal, then whistles and releases the players. The R1 verifies the score by initialing the scoresheet

6 28 Per UIL and TASO directive: a. only the home team is allowed to supply line judges b. the visiting team and home team are allowed to each supply a line judge

7 29 The R2 should ensure that an audible signal is sounded during a time out after seconds a. 30 seconds b. 45 seconds 30 The R2 observes Team A's backrow setter tip the ball over the net, while the ball is completely above the height of the net and she is positioned in front of the attack line. Team B's libero saves the ball from contacting the floor and the rally continues. a. The R2 should give the R1 the illegal attack signal and if not promptly recognized and whistled by the R1, whistle and signal the illegal attack fault on Team A b. The R2 should give the R1 the illegal attack signal and if not promptly recognized and whistled by the R1, drop the illegal attack signal and resume his/her R2 duties c. The R2 should give the R1 the illegal attack signal and if not promptly recognized and whistled by the R1, continue to give the R1 the illegal attack signal until he/she acknowledges the call and whistles to end the rally for the illegal attack. 31 As part of the pre-match conference, the officials should determine a "toot and scoot" plan: a. The R1 should exit the stand and proceed quickly across the court to sign the scorebook and collect his/her belongings and exit with the R2 b. The R1 should exit the stand and proceed immediately to a pre-determined area to join the rest of the officiating crew c. The R1 should exit the stand and proceed quickly across the court to sign the scorebook to approve the final score and answer any questions the coaches have about the match and then exit with the R2 32 During a dead ball, a request for the team's serving order may only be made by the head coach 33 Team S player #21 (an illegal server) serves. After scoring 5 points, #21 serves out of bounds, loss of rally and point to Team R. Prior to Team R contacting the ball for serve, the scorer notifies the R2 that Team S #21 was the wrong server. a. The R2 should immediately whistle and signal the illegal server and award a point and serve to Team R b. The R2 should immediately whistle and signal the illegal server and award a point and serve to Team R and remove the 5 points that #21 scored c. The R2 should immediately whistle and signal the illegal server and remove the 5 points that #21 scored d. The R2 should immediately whistle and signal the illegal server, remove the 5 points that #21 scored, and award a point to Team R because of the wrong server. 34 The lineup must be turned in to the scorer no later than 1 minute prior to the end of timed warm-ups 35 Team R does not submit a lineup until both teams have completed warm-ups. The penalty for a late lineup is: a. loss of rally/point b. unnecessary delay

8 36 Team S submits a lineup with #22 listed as as the CB. During the pre-match lineup check, the R2 notices that #15 is in the CB position. After checking with the coach, it is determined that Team S does not have a player wearing #22 available for the match. The R2: a. should allow the coach to correct the lineup sheet with no penalty b. should penalize the team with unnecessary delay and allow the coach to correct the lineup c. should penalize the team with loss of of rally point and allow the coach to leave #15 in the match without charging the team with one of their 18 substitutions d. should penalize the team with loss of rally/point and require the scorekeeper to record one of the team's 18 allowed substitutions

9 37 The coach for the Hawks turns in a lineup with the #12 listed as the libero and as the player in position 5 (LB). The error is not recognized until the R2 is checking the lineup as the players line up on the court. Player #12 does not have a libero jersey. a. Since the Hawks made an honest error on their lineup, they can redesignate a libero for the match b. The Hawks are not allowed to play with a libero for this set, and #12 must line up on the court to start the match in position 5 (LB). Additionally, the Hawks are assessed a loss of rally/point for the opponents for submitting an inaccurate lineup c. Since the Hawks do not have a libero jersey available with the #12, they are not allowed to play with a libero for this set and #12 is also not allowed to play as a regular player since she was listed as the libero. Additionally, the Hawks are assessed a loss of rally/point for the opponents for submitting an inaccurate lineup d. Since the scorekeeper should have discovered this error prior to entering it on the scoresheet, the Hawks are allowed to submit a corrected lineup. 38 If the receiving team is out of alignment and the server touches the end line prior to contact for serve, a point is awarded to the receiving team 39 If the receiving team is out of alignment and the server legally serves the ball, but it passes under the net, a point is awarded to the receiving team 40 A live ball becomes dead when a. a referee s whistle sounds b. it leaves the court and breaks the plane of a non-playable area c. in the R2 s judgment, a timer s audio signal interrupts play d. a and b 41 A dead ball becomes live when a. the R1 whistles for serve b. it is in possession of the correct server and she is in the service zone c. the correct server legally contacts the ball d. the ball is never dead 42 The back row setter for Team A jump sets a ball that is completely higher than the top of the net. The ball drifts completely across the plane of the net prior to being contacted by another player from her team. a. Legal - she was setting the ball b. Illegal attack - R1 should whistle the fault as soon as it is clear a player from Team A will not contact the ball c. Illegal attack - Once the ball has completely crossed the plane of the net or been legally blocked, only the R1 is allowed to whistle and penalize the team at fault. d. Illegal attack - The fault should be called by the R1 or R2 once the ball has completely crossed the plane of the net or been legally blocked

10 43 It is illegal for the libero to: a. Attack a ball completely above the height of the net from behind the attack line b. Attack a ball completely above the height of the net from in front of the attack line c. Finger set a ball while standing on or in front of the attack line when the next contact is an attack of the ball while it is completely above the height of the net. d. All of the above 44 A ball is set by the Team A setter. While the ball is completely on Team A's side of the net and no player from Team A is near the ball, the middle blocker from Team B spectacularly attacks the ball to the floor near the attack line a. Legal - point for Team B as there was no player from Team A able to make a play on the ball b. Illegal attack on Team B - point for Team A c. Over the net on Team B - point for Team A d. None of the above 45 A player may legally block a ball that is entirely on the opponent's side of the net if: a. The attacking team has completed its three allowable hits b. It is never legal to contact a ball that is completely on the opponent's side of the net c. The ball is falling near the net and no legal member of the attacking team could make a play on the ball. d. The attacking team has had the opportunity to complete the attack or directs the ball toward the opponent's court e a, c and d are all true 46 A player from Team A legally serves. Immediately after contact for serve, the R2 blows a whistle to signal out of alignment on the receiving team. The served ball goes out of bounds and lands in the stands. After a review of the scoresheet, it is determined that the receiving team was in proper alignment. a. The referee should declare a replay since the receiving team was in proper alignment. b. The referee should award loss of rally/point to the receiving team since the ball was served out of bounds and the whistle by the R2 did not affect the served ball. c. The referee should declare a replay since the whistle was blown prior to the ball landing out of bounds 47 A player may cross the extension of the center line outside the court at any time provided he/she does not interfere with play by the opposing team. While across the center line extension outside the court, any player may play a ball. a. that has completely crossed the vertical plane of the net extended. b. that has not completely crossed the vertical plane of the net extended. c. that has hit the poles. d. that has passed the score table.

11 48 A player with one or both feet/hands provided a part of the same foot/feet or hand(s) remains on or above the center line. Contacting the floor across the center line with any other part of the body is illegal. a. may touch the floor across the center line. b. may not touch the floor across the center line. c. may not touch the center line. d. may touch the bottom of the net. 49 During play, shall be seated on the designated team bench. a. All nonplaying team members except the head coach and assistant coach b. All nonplaying team members except the head coach c. All nonplaying team members except the libero d. All nonplaying team members 50 A libero, while in front of the attack line and using finger action, sets the ball. A front row player steps behind the attack line and attacks the ball while it is completely above the plane of the net. a. The R1 should immediately whistle the illegal attack upon contact b. The R1 should whistle and signal the illegal attack once the ball has completely crossed the plane of the net or has been legally touched by the opposing team c. The R1 should allow play to continue since the attack was completed from behind the attack line 51 A libero replacement is illegal when a. the libero or the libero s replacement is in the set without having followed the required replacement procedure b. the libero or the replacement is not listed on the roster c. a libero other than the libero designated on the lineup for the set replaces a player on the floor d. all the above 52 A libero replacement occurs after the R1 has whistled/beckoned for serve, but before the ball is contacted by the server. The officials should a. ignore the late replacement, but warn the team after the rally is played b. stop play with a whistle and penalize the team for illegal alignment c. stop play with a whistle and penalize the team with unnecessary delay d. a or c 53 A substitute enters the sub zone and the R2 whistles to acknowledge the entry. The substitute turns around and goes back to the bench. a. The R2 should require the substitution to occur. Additionally the team is charged with unnecessary delay. b. The R2 should ask the coach if they want the substitution to occur or if they want to be charged with unnecessary delay. c. The R2 should ignore the substitution attempt and signal ready to the R1. d. The R2 should require the substitution to occur. There is no unnecessary delay charged. 54 During a dead ball with Team R losing 0-8 in the first set, Team R makes a substitution. After the substitution, Team R is granted a time out. At the end of the time out, Team R requests another substitution. a. The R2 should have denied the request for time out as teams are only allowed one regular game interruption per dead ball b. The R2 should deny the request for the substitution at the end of the time out with no further penalty

12 c. The R2 should deny the request for the substitution at the end of the time out and assess unnecessary delay to Team R d. The R2 should request a yellow card for Team R's coach for unsporting conduct by attempting to disrupt the momentum of their opponent 55 A team shall consist of a minimum of 6 players to begin the first set of the match. If, during the match, a team has fewer than 6 players available to play,. a. a loss of rally point is awarded to the opponent and play continues b. a forfeit shall be declared c. the match shall continue with the team being assessed a loss of rally each time the vacant position is due to serve d. the match shall continue with the team being allowed to bypass the vacant position when they are due to serve 56 Team R calls a time-out. At the completion of the time-out, with both teams on the court, Team S executes a replacement for the libero. This is the team s only replacement on this dead ball. The R2. a. whistles and signals unnecessary delay for an illegal libero replacement b. makes the libero leave the court and puts in the original player c. makes the libero enter through the substitution zone to record the substitution d. allows play to continue 57 Team R wins a rally and the RF on the court who is rotating to RB steps close to the sideline and shows the R2 the substitution signal. The R2 whistles and signals to acknowledge the substitution request. a. Correct procedure - a player on the court or approaching the substitution zone may request a substitution b. Incorrect procedure - a substitution can only be requested by a player entering the substitution zone or a coach requesting a substitution. 58 Between sets, and assuming the teams are still at the bench, the R2 should whistle for the teams to return to the court at a. 30 seconds left in the interval b. 15 seconds left in the interval c. 45 seconds left in the interval d. The R2 only whistles if the timer doesn t at the proper time or in the absence of a timer 59 After the R2 has checked the lineups and signaled that he/she is ready for play to begin, the visiting team coach requests a time-out a. the R2 should ignore the request since he has signaled to the R1 to start the match b. the R2 should whistle and signal a time out for the visiting team c. the R2 should whistle and signal unnecessary delay on the visiting team since a time out is not allowed prior to the match 60 When the R2 determines an unsporting conduct violation has occurred, he/she a. may not determine an unsporting conduct violation has occurred b. moves to the offending team s side of the net, steps toward the R1, whistles, and holds the appropriate card in the air, and indicates to the R1 the offending team member c. moves to the offending team s side of the net, steps toward the R1, holds the appropriate card at his/her chest, and verbally indicates to the R1 the offending team member d. should ignore the unsporting conduct since the R1 didn t do anything 61 A player on the floor has committed a serious offense which results in a red card

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