Volleyball Rules & Guidelines. 2021-2022 UIL Rule Changes & Amendments. School Sponsored Camps. 6A Concussion Reporting Instructions - ALL SPORTS. Volleyball Plan (Constitution & Contest Rules) 2021-22 NFHS Volleyball Rule Changes. Volleyball Rally Scoring Regulations. Practice Outside the School Year.
Rules in Sections 1200-1209 also apply to the Girls’ Volleyball Plan. (b) DATES FOR PRACTICES, MATCHES AND CERTIFICATIONS. (1) Practice Dates. (A) There shall be no high school volleyball practice for a contestant or a team until the first week in August as determined by the UIL calendar.
Pool play games start at 0-0 During pool play, regulation matches can be utilized, provided no team exceeds their total number of allowed matches per day (three matches per day in a three day tournament, or four matches per day during a two day tournament or a one day tournament scheduled on a Saturday).
The basic rules of volleyball are the same across all variations of the sport. Play is typically organized with two teams organized in a formation on either side of a net. Each team attempts to score points by sending the ball over the net to their opponent, with the goal of having the ball hit the ground to end each rally .
contestant is used in any League game or contest, knowingly or unknowingly, the minimum penalty shall be forfeiture of the game, contest or event. See Section 27 (b) (3). (d) UNATTACHED PARTICIPATION. In any UIL member school sponsored athletic contest, meet or tournament, UIL member high school students shall not be permitted to enter
The UIL Constitution and Contest Rules are the official rules that govern all UIL-sponsored activities and also define the direction, function and purpose of the UIL. Download the full 2021-2022 UIL Constitution and Contest Rules (5.1MB) Online Constitution and Contest Rules: General - Opening, Table of Contents, Introduction and Subchapters
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According to UIL standards, students are eligible to represent their school in interscholastic activities if they: are full-time, day students in the school, and have been in regular attendance at the school since the 6th class day of the present school year, or have been in regular attendance for 15 or more calendar days before the contest or ...