7th Grade Boys:
8th Grade Boys:
BOYS TRYOUT INFORMATION:
7th Grade and 8th Grade Boys:
February 6th - 3:30-5:00
February 7th - 3:30-5:00
All athletes must have an updated physical on file in the health office prior to tryouts. If there are any questions, please reach out to the coaches.
SECTION VIII - BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL
Article 1. Each school shall have a seventh grade boys’ volleyball team and an eighth grade boys’ volleyball team. Seventh and eighth grade students are eligible to participate only at their current grade level placement, and sixth graders are not allowed to participate, unless otherwise agreed upon by the conference board.
Article 2. Tryouts may occur at any date, but practice may not occur until the day following the final boys’ basketball conference game.
Article 3. One official is to be assigned by the Conference for each match. Should no official show up, the game shall be played as scheduled with coaches agreeing to the means for officiating. The intent is that the students must have the opportunity to play and not re-schedule once both teams are on site.
Article 4. All games will begin by 4:00 PM or as soon as possible thereafter. Article 5. Net Height is established at 7’2”.
Article 6. Games will be scored at 25, 25 and 15 for the third game, if a third game is necessary.
Article 7. An approved I.H.S.A. ball will be used in all games.
Article 8. There shall be an six (8) minute time interval between 7th and 8th grade matches. Warm-up periods prior to each match will include a standard warm-up of 4-4.
4 minutes visiting team at the net — home team on the sides 4 minutes home team at the net — visiting team on the sides
Article 9. Any disputes arising will be left to the decision of the President and personnel of the schools involved (principals and one coach). In case disputes involve the President’s school, the Vice-President will settle the dispute.
Article 10. All attempts should be made to play scheduled Conference games. The principals and/or their designees may mutually agree to postpone, or in cases of extreme circumstances, cancel that game.
Article 11. Teams will play a 12 game regular season schedule and a single elimination conference tournament. Teams will play each team within the conference once; these games will count towards the conference title. Teams will play four additional games versus conference schools on a rotational schedule. These games will not count towards the conference title. Additional non-conference games can be scheduled at the discretion of the individual schools.
Article 12. Tie-breaking Procedures
1. Head to head in the conference game only.
2. Record against teams above the tie beginning with the highest ranked team
3. Record vs team or teams in 3rd place. If still tied, go to the next place for determination, etc.
4. Road record in conference games
5. Coin Flip
In a tie of more than 2 teams, once a team has been eliminated, revert back to criteria one go through the steps again.
Article 13. A third game will be played upon agreement by the coaches of both teams prior to the start of the match.
Article 14. All schools are responsible for reporting scores via email to the school of the Conference President or their designee.
Article 15. A first place award shall be presented for each grade.