Part 1 of the 60 Seconds on Officiating Challenge. Time allotted: 10 Minutes# Questions: 10Reference: NFHS RulesAnswers: Will be provided at the completion of the challenge. Some questions have more than one possible correct answer. Please remember this refers to NFHS rules ONLY unless otherwise specified. Best of luck. . . And stay tuned for parts 2 and 3.
NOT considered to be in control anymore.
STILL considered to be in control.
Player is dribbling.
Ball is in flight during a try for goal.
Ball is in flight during a tap for goal.
Player's dribble is interrupted.
Player fumbles the ball.
Can be standing ON the endline to make the throw-in.
Can reach through the imaginary plane with the ball and hand off to a teammate.
May move 3 feet in either direction (sideways) or backwards as far as available.
Move their pivot foot.
Dribble the ball - hold the ball - then dribble the ball again.
More than one player may be out of bounds.
This is a team control foul signal.
Shows a foul was committed by a member of the team that is in control.
Is the same thing as a player control foul.
Free throws are only awarded if the try was not successful.
Any player of the offended team shall make a designated spot throw-in.
When the referee is ready to start play.
When the ball leaves the official's hand for the toss.
When the tossed ball is legally touched by a jumper(s).
When the ball lands on the floor.
When the ball is legally touched by one of the non-jumpers.
At the discretion of the umpire and can be anytime.
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