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Pickleball Serve
underhand, play shot off bounce
Volley
Hit ball in the air without letting it bounce
Non-Volley Zone
Seven feet from net, promotes drop volley
Faults
Won when serving, lost by hitting call out of bounds, hitting the net, stepping into the non-volley zone and volleying, or by volleying before ball has bounced on each side
Winning pickleball
Played to eleven points, must win by two points
Serving Rules
one foot behind back line, paddle must pass below waist, diagonal and clears no-volley line
Double Bounce Rule
Each team must play first shot off bounce, after two bounces, ball can be volleyed or played off bounce
Court
same as doubles badminton, 20 ft x 44 ft, net is 36 in high, two rectangels past no-volley zone
James Naismith
invented basketball in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1891
National Basketball Association
formed in 1949
point guard
best ball handler, brings ball up court
shooting guard
good ball handler, better shot
center
usually tallest person on team
Number of Football Players
seven to eight on a team, at least five
Basket
10 ft. from floor
Inbound
5 seconds
Quarterback
the player that throws the ball from behind the center
Down
Offensive play
Defense
types: zone and man to man
Center
The player that snaps the ball to the quarterback
Free Throw Lane
only allowed in for three seconds when team is on offense
NIT
first national Collefiate tournament
Offense
the team whose objective is to advance is to advance the football and score
Quarters
four, eight minutes long in high school game
Running Back
The player that lines up with the quartback and runs or catches the ball
Defense
The team whose objective is to prevent the offense from advancing the ball
Jump Shot
shooting the ball at the top of your jump
ball
weighs 2.7 grams
reciever
the player that lines up wide and catches the ball
Lay Up
attempted basket under the rim
Reception
when an offensive player catches a pass from the offensive team
Foul
Hitting, pushing opponent illegally
blocker
the player that lines up next to the center and blocks, can also catch passes
Grip
most common is "shake hands" grip
Serving (singles)
anywhere on opponents side
two serves, them opponent serves
in air before serve
bounce once on servers and opponents side
Free Throw
Shot taken from free throw line after being fouled
interception
when a defensive player catches an offensive pass
rusher
a defensive player that runs after the quarterback on the snap of the ball
Dribble
Advancing ball by bouncing on the floor with either hand
tables
Nine good tables + two bad tables = 11 ping pong tables
tackle
Pulling the flag, or touching, with two hands, the player who has the ball
linebacker
the quarterback of the defense, the player who guards the running back
Traveling
taking two or more steps without shooting or passing ball after picking up dribble
Let
ball hits the net during the serve and lands in the reciever's side, replay point
Serving (Doubles)
two serves and then opponent serves
serve diagonally
serve to the same person
rotate after every serve, serve from right (or left in gym)
Passes
Chest Pass, Two-handed overhead pass, baseball pass, bounce pass
Line of Scrimage
an imaginary line from sideline to sideline at the spot of the ball
defensive back
a player who guards the recievers
Illegal serves
Finger spins
Rubbing the ball against the racket
Forehand Stroke
right for right-handed
left for left-handed
offsides
when a team or player is over the line scrimage
Tie game
when a player has scored twenty points, opponent serves until tied, then rotate
Ping Pong Table
9 ft by 5 ft
backhand Stroke
left for right-handed
right for left-handed
Snap
the act of putting the ball into play
rally
period during which the ball is in play
Dead
ball when it touches the ground
net
six inches above table
Doubles
Must alternate hits with partner
Snap
the act of putting the ball into play
Touchdown
six points for a successful run or pass into the endzone
Volley Rule of Ping Pong
Cannot volley in ping pong, must bounce befroe it is returned
Dead
ball when it touches the ground
Eztra points
one point for a successful try from the 3 yard line
two points for a succussful try from the 10 yard line
three points for a succussful try from the 20 yard line
Hitting the ball long
If opponet hits it long and you hit itanyway, they get the point anyway
saftey
two points when tackled in your own endzone
Winning
Official games played to 21 points
Our tournament games played to 11 points
Touchdown
six points for a successful run or pass into the endzone
Eztra points
one point for a successful try from the 3 yard line
two points for a succussful try from the 10 yard line
three points for a succussful try from the 20 yard line
saftey
two points when tackled in your own endzone
Quarterback
the player that throws the ball from behind the center
Center
The player that snaps the ball to the quarterback
Running Back
The player that lines up with the quartback and runs or catches the ball
reciever
the player that lines up wide and catches the ball
blocker
the player that lines up next to the center and blocks, can also catch passes
rusher
a defensive player that runs after the quarterback on the snap of the ball
linebacker
the quarterback of the defense, the player who guards the running back
defensive back
a player who guards the recievers
Ping Pong Table
9 ft by 5 ft
net
six inches above table
Regualr Matches
3 out of 5 games
Championship matches
4 out of 7 games
End of game
change side of table
Block
ball bounces off the reciever's paddle without them swinging