High School Volleyball
TSSAA First Practice Date: July 24, 2017
Schedules Due: August 1, 2017
TSSAA Eligibility List Due: Aug 14, 2017
First Play Date: Aug 14, 2017
SCIAA Championship Meeting: Sept 27, 2017
SCIAA Championship Game: Sept 28, 2017 @ SCIAA Gym
TSSAA D1 Girl’s Volleyball Districts must be completed: October 6, 2017
TSSAA D1 Girl’s Volleyball Regional must be completed: October 10, 2017
TSSAA D1 Girl’s Volleyball Sectionals: October 12, 2017
TSSAA D1 Girl’s Volleyball State Championships: October 18-20, 2017
- Each player must have a completed and signed physical, concussion information form and sudden cardiac arrest form, evidence of which must be on file at each school before the student-athlete can participate in practice, try-outs or a competitive contest. Additionally, an assumption of Risk, emergency contact information and informed consent forms must also accompany the physical. The Athlete Health Record includes those 3 requirements on 1 form.
- All student-athletes must be listed on the TSSAA eligibility form. The last day to submit Eligibility forms is the First TSSAA Official Day of Contest.
- All teams must have a basic first aid kit, injury ice & bags, water, and a copy of each student-athlete’s emergency contact info accompany them to all competitions and practices. All coaches must be CPR & First Aid certified.
- Contact the school Athletic Director for secondary insurance information.
ALL MATCHES START AT 5:30 PM (unless otherwise stated):
No changes can be made to start times WITHOUT the consent AND agreement of the principals, coaches and Assigning Agent. Failure of the home team to notify all parties can result in a FORFEIT of the game.
Mickey Pitts– email@example.com, St. Mary’s Episcopal School
Home: 901.291.8741 Business: 901.537.1406 Fax: 901.682.3809
If you have an emergency to occur with your schedule, inform Mickey Pitts and Kai Washington
Kai Washington- firstname.lastname@example.org, SCIAA
Office: 901.416.5764 Fax: 901.416.9949
The official will call the host school before noon on the day of the matches and report to the financial secretary their name. If you have not heard from an official by noon, please call the assigning officer.
ALL varsity matches will require 2 officials
Varsity 3/5 Games-Two officials
One match-$55 each official
Two matches-$85 each official
Three matches-$115 each official
Junior Varsity and Freshman 2/3 Games-One official
Each match $45 per official
All matches shall be best three out of five games using rally scoring (point scored on each serve). Games 1, 2, 3 and 4 shall be played to 25 points with no cap (meaning a team must score a minimum of 25 points and be ahead by at least two points to win a game). If a match goes to 5 games, the fifth game shall be played to 15 points with no cap. A serve hitting the net and going over is allowed with play continuing so long as the contact is entirely within the net antennas. A team is limited to two matches per day during regular season play. Individual tournaments may be modified to play the best two out of three games using rally scoring to 25 points on games 1 and 2 and to 15 points in the third game with no cap. The net serve shall be used in tournaments.
HOME TEAM RESPONSIBILITIES:
It is the responsibility of the home team to provide safe and adequate equipment for the match. If the home school is unable to provide safe equipment, it is their responsibility to secure another site. The school must notify Athletics, Mickey Pitts, and the opponent of the changes within a 24-hour period.
The home team is also responsible for providing an adult to serve as line judges and score keeper for the game. The home team is in charge of the official book for the game.
Every team now has a login to enter their scores on LeagueMinder. Scores must be reported after every game.
You can play a total of 35 matches.
TOURNAMENTS OR INVITATIONALS
A maximum of 4 each, each one counts as 3 matches.