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Pool A Winston Knoll

Pool A- Regular season standings Placements of 1, 4 5 8

Pool A

1.  Campbell

2.  Luther

3.  Balfour

4.  Sheldon

Friday, Nov. 13, 2015

1

Campbell

Sheldon

6:30 pm

1

Balfour

Luther

7:30 pm

 

Saturday, Nov. 14, 2015

2

Campbell

Balfour

10:00 am

2

Luther

Sheldon

11:00 am

3

Campbell

Luther

12:30 pm

3

Sheldon

Balfour

1:30 pm

Top 3 Make Playoffs in a cross over format.  Number 1 in each Pool receives a bye to the semi final

Quarterfinal Pool A # 3 vs Pool B#2- 3:30 pm- Winner

Semi Final- A#1 vs winner of  (A#3 vs B#2)- 5:00 pm

City Final- 7:00 pm

Senior Girls Volleyball Final Standings

Top 8 advance to City Tournament Nov13/14 @ Riffel/Knoll

1.  Campbell 20 points

2.  LeBoldus 18 points

3.  Miller 16 points

4.  Luther 12 points- awarded 4th place by virtue of defeating Balfour head to head

5. Balfour 12 points

6.  Riffel 10 points- awarded 6th place by virtue of defeating Knoll head to head

7.  Knoll 10 points

8.  Sheldon 6 points

 

 

Pool B Riffel

Pool B- Regular season standings Placements of 2,3,6,7

Pool B

1.  LeBoldus

2.  Miller

3.  Riffel

4.  Knoll

Friday, Nov. 13 2015

1

LeBoldus

Knoll

6:30 pm

1

Riffel

Miller

7:30 pm

 

Saturday, Nov.14, 2015

2

LeBoldus

Riffel

10:00 am

2

Miller

Knoll

11:00 am

3

LeBoldus

Miller

12:30 pm

3

Knoll

Riffel

1:30 pm

Top 3 Make Playoffs in a cross over format.  Number 1 in each Pool receives a bye to the semi final

Quarterfinal- Pool B #3 vs Pool A #2- 3:30 pm-

Semi Final- B#1 vs Winner (B#3 vs A#2)- 5:00 pm

Net Rule

Volleyball Net Rule

VOLLEYBALL  RULE  CHANGE  FOR  2015

11.3. CONTACT WITH THE NET

11.3.1. Contact with the net by a player between the antennae, during the action of playing the ball, is a fault.

The action of playing the ball includes (among others) take-off, hit (or attempt) and landing

11.4. PLAYER'S FAULTS AT THE NET

11.4.4. A player interferes with play by (amongst others):

- touching the net between the antennae or the antenna itself during his/her action of playing the ball,

- using the net between the antennae as a support or stabilizing aid

- creating an unfair advantage over the opponent by touching the net

- making actions which hinder an opponent’s legitimate attempt to play the ball,

- catching/holding on to the net

Players close to the ball as it is played, or who are trying to play it, are considered in the action of playing the ball, even if no contact is made with the ball.

However, touching the net outside the antenna is not to be considered a fault (except for Rule 9.1.3.)