The next pre-season meeting of the Athletic Officials Association basketball division will be held on Zoom on Thursday, November 19. Check-in runs from 6:45 to 6:55 p.m. and the presentations start promptly at 7:00 p.m. Members in good standing will receive their Zoom Access Code each week via email.
WEEK EIGHT — AOA BASKETBALL MEETING SCHEDULE
Thursday, November 19
700 – Welcome
705 – Presentation 1: Being A Good Partner, Don Williams
725 – Presentation 2: Rules Overview: NFHS Rules 1-2-3
745 – Presentation 3: Fighting Penalty Administration Review, Joe Spagnolo
810 – Meet The Assigner: Steve Bellmore, Northern Lake County and Fox Valley Conferences
820 – Plays of the Week
825 – Announcements
830 – New Officials Workshop 101
Mini-Session # 1: “Being A Good Partner”
There are three teams on the court at one time and the one that needs to be on the page the most are the officials. Don Williams reviews the expectations of working with your partners and what steps you should take to make yourself, and your partners, the best they can be.
Mini Session # 2: “Rules Overview: NFHS Rules 1-2-3
Every rule in the rules book has equal importance and all must be enforced. The first three rules are seldom studied but still essential to your success as an official. Joe Spagnolo will review these sections in a quick overview that will make these introductory sections no longer difficult reading.
Mini-Session # 3: “Fighting Penalty Administration Review”
Brought back by popular demand, this review of proper administration of the fighting penalty should complement your rules knowledge when the dreaded fight takes place in your game.
Casebook Play of the Week # 1: A1 is unable to attempt either of the two free throws awarded because A1 was injured during the play. A6 enters, replaces A1 and attempts the first free throw. A6 shoots an airball. A7 reports and enters to replace A6 to shoot the second free throw. Is this permissible?
Casebook Play of the Week # 2: Team A substitute No. 25 reports to the table for the first time with approximately one-minute remaining in the second quarter and is beckoned onto the court. No. 25 plays the remainder of the second quarter. During halftime intermission, the official scorer realizes No. 25 is not listed in the scorebook and informs the officials when they return to the court before the start of the third quarter. What penalties will be assessed?