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1 2017 Volleyball Bulletin IMPORTANT REMINDERS: Penalty for too many matches (19/23): Restriction, no appeal All match results must be updated in MaxPreps First practice August 14, A & 2A Regular season completed by October 21, A, 4A, & 5A Regular season completed by October 28, 2017 State Championships November 10-11, 2017 at the Denver Coliseum State Playoff Ball: Wilson I COR High Performance #H7700XWHI Think Pink Month: October 2017 Promote high levels of sportsmanship Cheer For Your Team! CHSAA CONTACT: Bethany Brookens, CHSAA TENNIS INFORMATION: Updated

2 Welcome from Bethany Brookens... 1 Season Calendar... 2 CHSAA Volleyball Committee... 3 Coaches Note... 4 MaxPreps... 5 Think Pink Information... 6 Scheduling Information... 7 CHSAA Bylaws/Legislative Council... 8 Letter from Linda Friesen, CVOA President... 9 NFHS Volleyball Rules Changes NFHS News Release General CHSAA Guidelines Officials State Officials Playoff Info/Scorers Information A/2A District Volleyball Information Responsibilities of District Tournament Directors A/2A District Volleyball Guidelines Pool Play Example District Class 1A Schools District Class 2A Schools Regional Volleyball Information Responsibilities of Regional Tournament Director Regional Guidelines All Classes A/2A Regional Seeding A-5A Regional Seeding Regional Class 3A Regional Class 4A Regional Class 5A State Volleyball Information State Seeding Pairing Criteria State Volleyball Schedules State Volleyball Admission Prices Tie-Breaker Method Gatelist & Roster Information All-State Ballot CHSCA Host Hotel Information Updated

3 MAJOR BYLAW CHANGES MEMBER SCHOOLS -- Constitution & Bylaws, Article 6, Rule page CLASSIFICATION OF SCHOOLS -- Constitution & Bylaws, Article 15, Rule page COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS -- Constitution & Bylaws, Article 17, Rule page INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS -- Constitution & Bylaws, Article 18, Rule page OFFICIALS CONDUCT -- Constitution & Bylaws, Article 27, Rule page GAME CONTRACTS -- Constitution & Bylaws, Article 28, Rule page EQUIPMENT DATES -- Constitution & Bylaws, Article 33, Rule page 110 MAJOR COMMITTEE REPORT CHANGES NEW!: VOLLEYBALL COACHES & PROFESSIONALISM AT THE STATE TOURNAMENT Professional attire and demeanor is expected at all matches, especially at the CHSAA State Volleyball Championships. Coaches are expected to dress professionally and not in athletic gear for the state tournament. Please note that the CHSAA staff continually updates the CHSAA Constitution and Bylaws when errors are found. The most updated document can be found at CHSAANOW.com, then clicking on CHSAA.org, Member School Info + Tools, then Bylaws. 3

4 August 2017 COACHES and ATHLETIC DIRECTORS Welcome to the 2017 volleyball season. As you embark on this season, I wish you and your athletes the best. Your enthusiasm, energy and knowledge will be passed on to your eager athletes. I look forward to a great year of volleyball. There are several CHSAA bylaws that I want to highlight: 1. NEW: 2860 (Game Contracts): Member schools must honor game contracts entered into in good faith PENALTY: Schools which violate this regulation will immediately be placed on probation and a $500 reimbursement must be paid to the offended school within 45 days. Subsequent violations will have additional consequences (Refer to the bylaws) (Club Coach Rule): A student transferring, moving or for any reason to a new school where the student s non-school coach is also a coach of the school team, is considered to be attending for athletic purposes. The student, as a result of this transfer, will be ineligible for varsity competition for one calendar year from the date of the transfer in any sport(s) they participated in during the twelve months prior to the transfer. As used in this Rule, the term coach includes any person who coaches, volunteers (regardless of compensation) or assists in any capacity with the coaching or training of the school or non-school team (Athletic Transfer): Any transfer substantially motivated by athletic considerations will cause the student to be ineligible for one varsity competition for one calendar year from the date of the transfer in any sport(s) they participated in during the twelve months prior to the transfer. **If a student transfers to a school where his/her previous coach is a coach of the current school team, that move will be deemed motivated by athletic consideration. Under provision of this rule, the coach may be a former school coach or non-school coach ( d) (8 th Grade Contact): A person, acting in the capacity of the high school coach or serving in a role representing the high school, may have informational meetings anytime with 8 th grade students who live in that high school s attendance area as established by the school district, or with those 8 th grade students that have pre-registered to attend that high school; the coach may conduct practice with those eighth graders starting May 1. This contact may include currently registered underclassman. The Sunday Contact Rule applies to this contact (Coach Ejection): A coach ejected from a game is required to complete the following courses offered online by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS): Sportsmanship and Teaching and Modeling Behavior. These courses shall be completed before he/she will be removed from probation and must be finished in a reasonable amount of time during the season, to be determined by the school s athletic director (Sunday Contact): A coach may have contact with his or her team on Sunday for a social, academic or service related activity that is strictly voluntary. The contact must be a voluntary, noncompetitive/non-participatory activity. CONTACT YOUR AD FOR CLARIFICATION. If you have any questions with these bylaws, please contact your athletic director. Please keep in mind that you are our best public relations directors. Your role as coach and leader are respected not only by your peers, but by your students and community members as well. Our collective goal is to educate through activities; when the experiences for our youth are enjoyable and valuable, it enhances the overall educational process; and we can influence the public in a very positive way. I know your upcoming season will pass quickly and that your efforts and accomplishments will be memorable to those involved. Good luck and have an enjoyable season! Sincerely, Bethany Brookens Assistant Commissioner 1

5 FIRST DAY OF PRACTICE... Monday, August 14, 2017 (Practices and meetings cannot be conducted on Sundays) FIRST SCRIMMAGE DATE... Saturday, August 19, 2017 (Two interscholastic scrimmage dates are permitted each school year. However, teams involved in district, regional or state competition shall be permitted one additional scrimmage to occur between the end of the regular season and the beginning of the state championships.) FIRST CONTEST... Thursday, August 24, 2017 ACT-TEST-DATE... Saturday, September 9, 2017 SAT-TEST-DATE... Saturday, October 7, A, 2A REGULAR SEASON... Completed by Saturday, October 21, 2017 ACT-TEST-DATE... Saturday, October 28, 2017 STATE PROGRAM INFORMATION DUE TO KUKULSKI BROTHERS... Friday, October 27, 2017 **Teams, don't wait to see if you qualify; submit rosters in.pdf format and photos in.jpg format (300 dpi preferred). Photos should be saved at no less than 3"x5" to run in the Volleyball State Championship Program. Submit photos and rosters to: 1A, 2A DISTRICTS... Completed by Saturday, October 28, A, 4A, 5A REGULAR SEASON... Completed by Saturday, October 28, A, 4A, 5A REGIONAL SEEDING MEETING... Monday, October 30, 2017 (9:00 am at the CHSAA office - Information will be on CHSAANow Monday afternoon) REGIONALS (ALL CLASSES)... Completed by Saturday, November 5, 2017 SAT TEST DATE... Saturday, November 4, 2017 STATE SEEDING MEETING... Monday, November 6, 2017 (9:00 am at the CHSAA office - Information will be on CHSAANow Monday afternoon) STATE GATELIST DUE TO CHSAA... Tuesday, November 7, 2017 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS (ALL CLASSES)... November 10-11, 2017 SITE: THE DENVER COLISEUM VOLLEYBALL COMMITTEE MEETING... Tuesday, November 14, 2017 (9:00 am at the CHSAA office) CHSAA LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL MEETINGS... Thursday, January 25, 2017 Thursday, April 26,

6 CALEB HOWARD (2017) (CHAIR) Resurrection Christian High School (2A) KEN DENNING (2018) Greeley West (5A) TOM BRIESKE (2019) Rock Canyon High School (5A) ROCKY CUNDIFF (2020) Ignacio High School (2A) JARED SWECKARD (2020) Pueblo South High School (4A) MATT HECKEL (2020) Dakota Ridge High School (5A) BARB LANDHUIS (2020) Denver Christian High School (2A) KYLE SCHUYLER (2018) Silver Creek High School (4A) CRAIG DENNEY (2019) Glenwood Springs High School (4A) MIKE PRUSINOWSKI (2019) James Irwin High School (3A) GREG CRAVENS (2018) Custer County High School (2A) CURT WILSON (2020) Centauri High School (3A) SUSIE GILBERT (2019) Manzanola High School (1A) RICHARD HARGROVE (2019) Springfield High School (1A) Colorado HS Coaches Association Representative: Russ Haman, Elizabeth High School Colorado Coaches of Girls Sports Representative: Lisa Schumacher, Sterling High School Officials Representative: Linda Friesen, CVOA President CVOA Rules Interpreter: Ray Rameiro CHSAA COMMITTEE MEETING: Tuesday, November 14, am. CHSAA Office. This is an open meeting. All coaches and AD s are welcome to attend. HOW TO GET RECOMMENDED FOR A COMMITTEE: Contact your league president, athletic director or Legislative Council Representative in February for a recommendation. 3

7 COACHES PLEASE NOTE: It is the coaches responsibility to update season and playoff stats and records through MaxPreps ( No hard copies of season results should be submitted to the CHSAA. Have your principal contact the CHSAA office if you are involved in the state championship and you have an athlete whose parents are not financially able to attend the event. Head coach attendance at a rules meeting is mandatory; this is a CHSAA Bylaw requirement. You can satisfy this requirement by attending the summer Colorado High School Coaches Association Volleyball Clinic, attending one of the Volleyball Officials Master Clinics, an area volleyball officials rules meeting, etc. Look on for more options. Ball to be used at the State Tournament: Wilson I COR High Performance #H7700XWHI. 4

8 **The MaxPreps Freeman Rankings will be the primary seeding consideration for the CHSAA State Volleyball Tournament. Each coach is responsible for uploading their team roster, schedule, statistics and regular season, district (1A/2A) and regional results into MaxPreps. Please use the following steps to start the MaxPreps process: 1. Go to 2. Select Coach Login on the top right-hand side of the webpage. 3. Enter your address This will be the address used to access your team. 4. Next, if you are a Returning Users enter your password. (New Users See steps 7 through 9). 5. After entering your password, the website will notify you that your accounts have been linked. The next time you visit the site, simply click on Sign In to access your team. 6. Once the login process is completed, use the top toolbar to add in or upload your roster, schedule a game, and enter/edit stats. 7. If you are a New User you must register your address and create a password. The system will prompt you of these steps. 8. Next, as a New User you will be prompted to enter your Access Code. Please contact your AD for this information. Once your access code is entered you will be taken to your Team Page. 9. Once the login process is completed, use the top toolbar to add in or upload your roster, schedule a game, and enter/edit stats. For MaxPreps support please contact our Colorado representative, Gerry Valerio at 5 Updated

9 THINK PINK! DATE: August 2017 TO: FROM: RE: Athletic Directors and Volleyball Coaches Bethany Brookens, CHSAA Assistant Commissioner Breast Cancer Awareness Thank you for all of your support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this past year! This fall, during the volleyball season and in conjunction with the American Cancer Society, the CHSAA will once again be promoting breast cancer awareness throughout the month of October. This coincides with National Breast Cancer Awareness month. The purpose of the campaign is to raise breast cancer awareness in young women and their mothers. We are encouraging schools to think pink and come up with a way to promote Breast Cancer Awareness at a home volleyball match during October. This is not mandatory. **Please note that it s important not to use the words XXX for THE CURE in any of your literature unless you are planning on giving your donations to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The CURE is a trademarked name that cannot be duplicated. All over the country volleyball teams are holding events to support breast cancer awareness, and we would encourage you to promote this as much as you can! Some suggestions are: Think Pink PSA s and other information may be found on our website. If you have questions, please call me at or Please do not send any money to this office each school may distribute funds as they desire. *Please note the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure will be held on Sunday, September 24, You could encourage your athletes and their moms to participate in this event to kick off the week. **Wilson Sporting Goods, the official sporting goods equipment sponsor of the CHSAA and The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, has the following Pink Volleyballs available for school purchase: - WTH7700PNK: I-Cor High Performance Pink Game Volleyball for $45.95 per ball - WTH3501XPNK: Recreational Soft Touch pink volleyballs available for $10 per ball. - WTH6-11XPNK: Mini pink balls for fan appreciation gifts at $8.00 per ball. Wilson makes annual donations to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, and 100% of their donations go to breast cancer research. To purchase Wilson pink volleyballs please contact: Sportline Team Sales 6543 S Wadsworth Blvd Arvada, CO Contact: Bela Marosy PH: Updated

10 Before the competitive interscholastic season begins, check to make sure you have not scheduled contests in excess of the set/contest limit for your sport (see CHSAASport Bylaws). NEW: If you have to break a contract, your school will be responsible for a reimbursement fee to the offended school ($500-$1,000), and will be placed on probation or restriction. It is strongly recommended that coaches be clear on the number of matches their team will play in a given tournament. This information must be included in the tournament contract. *Member schools that are in a classification that do not have a district tournament (3A-5A) shall not participate in more than 23 matches, exclusive of regional and state contests during a season. *Member schools that are in a classification that have a district tournament (1A-2A) shall not participate in more than 19 matches, exclusive of district, regional and state contests during a season. All JV level teams or below are still only allowed a maximum of 19 matches. A student may not participate in more than 95 sets exclusive of district, regional and state tournament matches if the school at which the student plays is in a classification that has a district tournament (1A-2A). *A student may not participate in more than 115 sets exclusive of regional and state tournament matches if the school at which the student participates is in a classification that does not have a district tournament (3A-5A) Teams that have played more contests than allowed in the Sport Bylaws will be restricted from playoff activities, without appeal. Volleyball rally scoring scorebooks can be purchased from the National Federation at Updated

11 The CHSAA Constitution and Bylaws are the official rules of the Association. Information in this bulletin provides the regulations for volleyball competition, but never supersedes the regulations found in the Constitution and Bylaws. Included in the school boxes is an official copy of the CHSAA Handbook Constitution and Bylaws. Handbooks are also available on line at by selecting Bylaws. Checking eligibility is not the sole responsibility of the athletic director. It is the responsibility of the coach to know the information found in the Constitution and Bylaws. Therefore, the Bylaws should be read prior to the season. We encourage the telephone calls on areas of eligibility be made by the school athletic director or designated administrator; rulings on season policies can be made by the volleyball coach. Please contact Bethany Brookens, Assistant Commissioner for volleyball VOLLEYBALL COACHES & PROFESSIONALISM AT THE STATE TOURNAMENT: Professional attire and demeanor is expected at all matches, especially at the CHSAA State Volleyball Championships. Coaches are expected to dress professionally and not in athletic gear for the state tournament. EXCERPT FROM THE CHSAA VOLLEYBALL LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (LC) MAJOR CHANGES FROM LAST YEAR'S REPORT: A. None II. RATIONALE FOR MAJOR CHANGES: A. NA 8 Updated

12 July, 2017 Hello Coaches, CVOA is excited to join you and your team on the court for the season. NFHS has made rule changes we all need to be aware of: All time-outs will end with an audio signal (horn). The R2 will initiate a warning whistle at 45 seconds or at any other time when both teams take the court and are ready to play before before the audio signal (horn) is sounded at 60 seconds Rule 5-5-3b(12) Between sets the R2 will whistle a warning at two minutes, 45 seconds (4:45 when intermission is used) followed by the timer sounding the audio signal (horn) at three minutes (five minutes when intermission used) unless both teams are on the court Rule 5-5-3b(19) If the R2 is busy checking the scoresheet the R1 will initiate the warning whistle Rule c(17) The audio signal (horn) will only be used to indicate the official end of a time-out, and no longer for the warning at 45 seconds into the time-out Rule 5-8-3a A replay is now considered to be part of a single play action. Therefore, once a replay is called no requests, e.g., time-out, service order, lineup check, substitution, libero replacement, etc., may be recognized until after the rally is completed Rule The illegal substitution signal (Signal 20) has been omitted as the penalty is Unnecessary Delay, and now eliminates two signals for one penalty These rule changes will be covered in detail at the CVOA mandatory Regional Clinics to assure Officials state wide are facilitating them efficiently. CVOA Rules Interpreter Ray Lameiro will attend the CHSAA coaches meeting to cover these rule changes and answer any questions you might have. CVOA joins CHSAA in an effort to promote good sportsmanship. Sportsmanship cards are to be filled out and given to coaches before each match. We encourage coaches to rate your contest officials on the CHSAA website after every varsity match and participate in the voting process for State Officials at the end of the season. Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have any questions. Good luck with your season, Sincerely, Linda Friesen, President Colorado Volleyball Official s Association Updated

13 5-5-3b(12): Outlines mechanics for the second referee to sound a warning whistle at 45 seconds or any other time when both teams take the court ready to play before the audio signal (horn) is sounded at 60 seconds. Clarifies all time-outs are officially ended with the audio signal (horn). Rationale: The defining end of a time-out shall be the horn and the warning of the impending end of the time-out is the second referee s whistle at 45 seconds or at any other time when both teams take the court ready to play before the audio horn is sounded at 60 seconds c(17): On a time-out, the first referee shall whistle the warning if the second referee is still checking the scoresheet. Rationale: A procedure is needed for the sounding of the warning whistle should the second referee still be involved with checking the scoresheet a: Outlines the new procedures for the timer to give the audio signal (horn) only to officially end a time-out and no longer for the warning at 45 seconds into the time-out. Rationale: Clarifies that the audio signal (horn) shall only be sounded to indicate the official end of a time-out New: A replay, is considered, to be a part of a single play action. Therefore, once a replay has been called, by the first referee, no requests, e.g., time-out, service order, lineup, substitution, libero replacement, etc., may be recognized until after the rally is completed. Rationale: A replay is a single action to repeat the start and completion of a rally that was interrupted under Rule Clarifies when resuming play, all circumstances should be the same and no requests shall be recognized for, e.g. time-out, service order, lineup, substitution, libero replacement etc. Officials Signals: Omit the illegal substitution signal (Signal # 20) as the penalty is Unnecessary Delay if attempting to enter the set and illegal alignment if observed in the set. Rationale: The penalty for illegal substitution is "unnecessary delay--administrative yellow or red card;" there is no longer a need to have two penalty signals, illegal substitution and unnecessary delay. 10 Updated

14 VOLLEYBALL MAJOR EDITORIAL CHANGES 2-1-5: Clarifies the language regarding the attack line shall be solid and one clearly visible color b: Clarifies when the second referee will indicate both the nature of the fault and the number of the player committing the net fault VOLLEYBALL POINTS OF EMPHASIS 1. Conduct and Privileges of Assistant Coaches 2. Court Boundary Lines and Attack Lines 3. Second Referee-Handling of Request for Third Time-Out 4. Letters of Authorization 5. Mechanics of Signals and Communication 11 Updated

15 NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS NEWS RELEASE New Time-out Responsibilities Approved for Second Referee in High School Volleyball FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Becky Oakes INDIANAPOLIS, IN (November 9, 2017) The responsibilities and mechanics of the second referee during a time-out in high school volleyball have been altered. Effective with the season, the second referee will whistle a warning at 45 seconds and instruct the timer to sound the horn at 60 seconds as the defining end of a time-out. Further, the second referee shall whistle if the teams are ready to play prior to the 45-second warning and then instruct the timer to sound the horn. This revision to Rule 5-5-3b was one of five rules changes recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Volleyball Rules Committee at its January 8-10 meeting in Indianapolis and subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors. In a related change, Rule 5-4-3c(17) now states that the first referee shall whistle a warning at 45 seconds if the second referee is still checking the scoresheet. In addition, Rule 5-8-3a states that every time-out will end with a warning whistle by the second referee followed by the horn sounded by the timer. The committee is in resounding agreement that the sport of volleyball is in a good position. Participation numbers are higher than ever and there is no need to make many changes to the rules, said Becky Oakes, NFHS director of sports and liaison to the Volleyball Rules Committee. 12 Updated

16 A new rule, 9-8-2, clarifies that a replay is considered to be part of a single-play action. Once a replay is signaled by the first referee, no requests time-out, service order, lineup, substitution, libero replacement, etc. may be recognized until after the replay. A change was also made in the Officials Signals in the Volleyball Rules Book. Signal No. 20 for illegal substitution will be eliminated since the penalty for illegal substitution is covered in signal No. 22 unnecessary delay. A complete listing of all rules changes will be available soon on the NFHS website at Click on Activities & Sports at the top of the home page, and select Volleyball. According to the NFHS High School Athletics Participation Survey, volleyball is the second-most popular sport for girls with 436,309 participants. A total of 15,755 schools offered girls volleyball in and 2,333 offered boys volleyball. This press release was written by Bryce Woodall, an intern in the publications/communications department at the NFHS. He is a senior at Franklin (Indiana) College, studying public relations. ### About the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) The NFHS, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, is the national leadership organization for high school sports and performing arts activities. Since 1920, the NFHS has led the development of education-based interscholastic sports and performing arts activities that help students succeed in their lives. The NFHS sets direction for the future by building awareness and support, improving the participation experience, establishing consistent standards and rules for competition, and helping those who oversee high school sports and activities. The NFHS writes playing rules for 17 sports for boys and girls at the high school level. Through its 50 member state associations and the District of Columbia, the NFHS reaches more than 19,000 high schools and 11 million participants in high school activity programs, including more than 7.8 million in high school sports. As the recognized national authority on interscholastic activity programs, the NFHS conducts national meetings; sanctions interstate events; offers online publications and services for high school coaches and officials; sponsors professional organizations for high school coaches, officials, speech and debate coaches, and music adjudicators; serves as the national source for interscholastic coach training; and serves as a national information resource of interscholastic athletics and activities. For more information, visit the NFHS website at MEDIA CONTACTS: Bruce Howard, Director of Publications and Communications National Federation of State High School Associations Chris Boone, Assistant Director of Publications and Communications National Federation of State High School Associations 13 Updated

17 PLAYER BENCH OCCUPANTS Teams will always be seated on the same side of the net as they play. During the contests, the player bench may be occupied only by the following: eligible substitutes, coach, assistant coaches, faculty representatives, team managers, team statisticians and scorekeeper, team trainer or doctor, and disqualified players, unless they have been instructed to remove themselves from the player bench. WARM-UP There will be a maximum 15 minute warm-up period between matches unless the scheduled start time dictates otherwise. The 15 minutes will begin as soon as the court is cleared from the preceding match. It is the responsibility of the home site s administrator to oversee warm-up time. The following format is highly recommended: 5 minutes Both teams on their side of the court. 5 minutes Visiting team both sides of the court (including serving). 5 minutes Home team both sides of the court. PENALTY FOR LEAVING THE PLAYING FLOOR BEFORE MATCH IS COMPLETED Withdrawing a team from the playing floor before the completion of a contest can have great consequences. The CHSAA Constitution and Bylaws state: No member school may withdraw its team from an athletic contest prior to the termination of the contest, except by mutual consent of the responsible faculty representatives from the participating schools. DISQUALIFICATION FOR UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT Any player who has been ejected from a match or tournament for committing any unsportsmanlike act shall be disqualified for the remainder of that match or contest. In addition, the player shall be ineligible for the next regularly scheduled match or contest of the same level (sophomore, junior varsity, or varsity). She may not take part in any other sets or contests at any level during this time. The number of matches, meets or contests for which the participant has been declared ineligible will decrease the stated maximum allowable matches, meets or contests in each sport for the disqualified participant. A school may not schedule a contest after an ejection in order to circumvent the penalty. If such ejection occurs in the final match or contest of the season, then that player shall be ineligible for the first match or contest of the next season of sport that player elects to play. In satisfying the penalty, the player must sit out a set in a sport in which she completes the season. Any player ejected from a second match or contest during the same season shall be ineligible for the next two matches or contests of the same level. Any player ejected from a third match or contest during the same season shall be subject to a penalty to be determined by the Commissioner. VOLLEYBALL UNIFORMS Please be sure to check the uniform regulations found in the NFHS Volleyball Rules Book. It is highly recommended that you give the manufacturer a copy of the rules book when you order new uniforms. DO NOT HAVE YOUR UNIFORM MANUFACTURER CALL THE CHSAA OFFICE WITH QUESTIONS. WE WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ILLEGAL UNIFORMS. Although like uniforms are preferred at all levels, varsity is the only level that will be penalized for uniform violations. 14 Updated

18 SCORING FOR SUB-VARSITY MATCHES It is strongly recommended that 2 out of 3 sets be played at all sub-varsity levels to enhance time management constraints. Further recommendations to shorten nights include: 1. Go to fewer points such as 15 or 21 (can have a cap such as 15 points or 21) Therefore, teams could win or 21-20; you don t have to win by 2 points if there is a cap. 2. Monitor warm-up time between matches. 3. Flip coins before the first sub-varsity match for all matches that will be played that evening/day. 4. Use of multiple nets and/or gymnasiums where available. * Play is recommended for Saturdays to decrease the amount of school missed and alleviate travel time. * If a team from a league that has adopted a certain format plays a team from a league that has adopted a different format the two coaches must agree before the match begins. Otherwise it will be 3 out of 5 sets to 25 points (no cap) with the deciding set to 15 points (no cap). 15 Updated

19 The Volleyball Officials Organization is a group of people who find satisfaction in associating with high school students and the sport of volleyball. The ability of the schools to make the work pleasant enough to continue to command the interest of people with good personalities, sincere intentions, and good judgment is a very important factor in the administration of school athletic programs. With this thought in mind, we would like to bring the following items to your attention: Registered Officials: Only officials who are registered with the Commissioner may be contracted by member schools to officiate in all varsity and junior varsity interscholastic contests. It is highly recommended that only registered officials be used in any interscholastic contest at the sub-junior varsity levels. Contracts for Contests: Contracts for matches should be in writing to avoid any misunderstandings as to terms or dates. If possible, send a reminder to the official about the date, time, and location of the contest. Greet Officials: Have someone available to greet the officials at your school and to direct them to their dressing room. Make checks out in advance and have them available at the conclusion of the varsity match. Rooms for Referees: Please provide a private room(s) for the officials as a dressing room and a room to conduct their pre-match conference. All visitors should be kept away. Officials Fees & Mileage: Please use the current version of the Officials Fees Report in the CHSAA Legislative Council Minutes for current payment and mileage information. 16 Updated

20 State Officials Playoff Voting Information State Officials voting will be held October 16-22, All athletic directors, coaches, and officials are invited to participate. This is your opportunity to vote for the official you will see in the playoffs. Please take a moment to vote for the best official. SCORERS INFORMATION Selection of Scorer-Timer Assistant Scorer (Libero Tracker) It is essential to have competent scorers and timers. Please appoint two to three competent and experienced adults. It is essential that these officials thoroughly understand their responsibilities. It is recommended that your official scorer wears identifying apparel and that the scorers locations are clearly marked. If necessary, it is acceptable for your timer to also track the libero (assistant scorekeeper). Priorities at the Official Table (Scorers Bench) Efficiency-plus is expected at the officials table. Careful supervision will assure the officials at the table the most desirable, adequate, and pleasant working conditions possible DEFINITIONS FOR A SCORER See NFHS Rules Book, page Serve: Point: Penalty Point: Replay: Re-serve: Contact with the ball to initiate play. A point is awarded when the receiving team violates a rule during play. A point which is awarded when the receiving team violates a rule during play or a dead ball. A replay is the act of putting the ball in play (other than at the start of the set) without awarding a point or a side-out and without a service rotation. When the server releases the ball for service, then catches it or drops it to the floor. DEFINITIONS FOR STATISTICIAN Ace: A serve which lands in the opponent s court without being touched, or is touched but unable to be kept in play by one receiving team player. Block: A player or players block the ball into the opponent s court leading directly to a point or loss of rally. Assist: A player passes or sets to a teammate who attacks the ball for a kill. Attack: Any action other than a block or serve that directs the ball toward the opponent s court. Dig: An underhand or overhead defensive saving skill resulting from a kill attempt in which the ball is contacted by the forearm(s), fist(s) or hand(s) and allows the ball to remain in play for the next hit. Kill: An attack by a player that is un-returnable by the receiving player on the opposing team and leads directly to a point or side-out/loss of rally. Loss of Rally Point: Awarded when the serving team violates a rule during play. NOTE: A replay does not constitute an attempted serve since the serve did not develop into a point or side-out/loss of rally. 17 Updated

21 1. SITES: District Sites will be selected by the appointed school administrators. Designated school administrators will poll the assigned schools within a district in the spring of the year and report the site to the CHSAA according to the established routine. 2. QUALIFIERS: Districts are played for placement of teams into regionals. All Districts will qualify three teams to Regionals. 3. Matches that do not impact the Regional Qualifiers (1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd ) will be the best 2 out of 3 sets (3 rd set to 25 no cap), and are not required if mutually agreed upon prior to the District Tournament begins. 4. OFFICIALS: Officials will be selected by the district tournament committee. Line judges must be adults. If available, registered officials shall be used. Line judge fees would be part of the host school expenses. Line judges will use flags at the State Tournament. District Site Directors must use flags. 5. TIE BREAKING PROCEDURE (see pages 39-40) must be utilized if needed. The hot line number ( ) must be used whenever there is a tie to verify tiebreaker accuracy for final standings. 6. DISTRICT GATELISTS: Gatelists must be given to the District tournament director prior to when play begins (found online at CHSAANow.com CHSAA.org Sports - Volleyball). They do NOT have to be submitted to the CHSAA office. District Gatelists may not be changed in between pigtail matches and pool play matches. 7. * RESULTS IN MAXPREPS It is the responsibility of each school advancing to Regionals to make sure their entire team record and results are uploaded into MaxPreps ( ed results to the CHSAA will not be considered for Regional or State Seeding. 8. STATE PROGRAM INFORMATION: If your team has a chance to qualify for the state tournament, you must electronically submit the State Volleyball Program Information to the CHSAA office. IMPORTANT DATES 1A/2A DISTRICTS COMPLETED...Saturday, October 28, 2017 SEASON & DISTRICT RESULTS UPLOADED TO MAXPREPS...Saturday, October 28, 2017 (No later than 9:00 pm so CHSAA can run the RPI Rankings that weekend) 18 Updated

22 Post and update tournament bracket & time schedule. Communicate to participating schools; all schools in your district should know specifics about your facilities, starting time, pairings, exact locations of all sites, etc. Ticket/financial reporting (The CHSAA office will this report to you prior to your district tournament) Make all arrangements by mutual agreement with the District Volleyball Tournament Committee. Select officials with mutual agreement of the District Volleyball Tournament Committee. Line judges will use flags at the State Tournament. District directors may choose to use flags. Remember to upload the names of the teams advancing to regionals in Max Preps by Saturday, October 28 th at 9:00pm. Bethany at the CHSAA office the names of the teams advancing to regionals by Sunday, October 29, no later than 6:00 pm. It is recommended that Site Directors build in a 15 minute rest period for teams having played back-to-back matches prior to a subsequent match. NOTE: Prior to the District Tournament, the Tournament Director will contact all teams involved and mutually agree to not play any district match that has no bearing on the outcome of the tournament. CHSAA will also be notified of the agreement prior to the District Tournament. If played, the CHSAA Volleyball Committee agreed that - District matches that have no bearing on the outcome of 1 st, 2 nd and 3 rd place will be the best 2/3 sets with the 3 rd set played to 25 (no cap). PROTECTION OPTIONS FOR DISTRICTS: OPTION A If an entire league is assigned to one district, the league may elect to dispense with district tournament play. League standings would then determine the qualifiers. OPTION B If an entire league is assigned to one district, the league may elect to play a district tournament and guarantee their league champion a regional berth. a. The league championship must be won outright, as determined by the league, to guarantee a regional berth. OPTION C In multi-league districts, there is no qualifier protection; tournaments must be played to determine qualifiers to regionals. Leagues may not supersede this rule. DISTRICT PAIRING AND SEEDING PROCEDURES District tournament committee may determine pairings according to win/loss records among teams involved, common opponents for the season, or record for the season. 1. Districts must decide and submit their seeding procedures prior to the volleyball districts. Teams will be seeded by the district seeding committees. 2. If there is one outside team in the district and if there is not unanimous agreement by all participants in the district regarding how this team is to be seeded, the outside team will be placed in a pool as either the #3 or #6 seed per their league winning percentage, overall record, and/or head-to-head competition within teams in the district. 3. If there are two outside teams in the district and if there is not unanimous agreement by all participants in the district regarding how these teams are to be seeded, the outside teams will be placed in opposite pools with one team seeded #3 or #6, and the other team seeded #4 or #5 according to the league winning percentage, overall records, and/or head-to-head competition. 4. If ther are three outside teams in the district and if there is not unanimous agreement by all participants in the district regarding how these teams are to be seeded, two will be placed in one pool and the other one in the opposite pool according to league winning percentage, overall records, head to head competition, league finishes, etc. 19 Updated

23 WARM-UP There will be a maximum 15 minute warm-up period between matches unless the scheduled start time dictates otherwise. The 15 minutes will begin as soon as the court is cleared from the preceding match and the coin toss is conducted. It is the responsibility of the home site's management to oversee warm-up time. The following format is highly recommended: 5 minutes Both teams on their side of the court. 5 minutes Visiting team both sides of the court (including serving). 5 minutes Home team both sides of the court. TEAM PRACTICE Schools are not permitted to practice at their district site the week of the tournaments. Teams that normally practice and/or play at these sites are exempt from this policy. CONTESTANTS ROSTERS Each school may suit up 14 players for the tournament. Once the 14 players names are placed in the score book for the first match at the District Volleyball Tournament, no other names may be entered the remainder of the tournament (pigtail matches are considered part of the District tournament). Names on a team may change between district, regional, and state. FORMAT *It is strongly recommended that all districts be played on Saturday (whenever possible). If a district elects to use the pool play format, the following formula is based upon the number of teams in a district. It is up to each District Committee to determine how the 3 Regional Qualifiers are determined. A. Four teams - total (six matches of a round robin format). One court recommended. B. Five teams - recommend a pigtail to get to four teams. Pigtail is one match plus six matches; total (seven matches). C. *Six teams - two pools of three teams (1, 4, 6 in one pool; 2, 3, 5 in the other pool) - (six matches plus two matches for cross-bracketing between the pools); total (eight matches). Two courts recommended. D. Seven teams - recommend a pigtail to get to six teams. Two pools of three teams (six matches plus three matches for cross-bracketing between the pools, plus one pigtail); total (ten matches). E. Eight teams - two pools of four teams (1, 4, 5, 8 in one pool; 2, 3, 6, 7 in the other pool) - (six matches per pool = twelve matches) plus four matches for cross-bracketing between pools; total (sixteen matches). F. Nine teams - #8 will pigtail with #9 to arrive at 8 teams - 2 pools of four teams (1,4, 5, 8 in one pool; 2, 3, 6, 7 in the other pool) - (six matches per pool = twelve matches) plus three matches for cross-bracketing between pools, plus one pigtail; total (sixteen matches). 20 Updated

24 *Pool Play Format Example: Six Teams Two pools of three teams Pool I: 1, 4, 6 Pool II: 2, 3, 5; then cross bracket between pools as listed below. Using two nets, five time slots are required. For 6-Team Districts Ct. 1 Ct. 2 Suggested Times Pool I (Seeds 1, 4 & 6) Pool II (Seeds 2, 3 & 5) (Teams 1, 2 & 3) (Teams 1, 2 & 3) 8:00 a.m. 1 vs. 6 2 vs. 5 4 vs. 6 3 vs. 5 1 vs. 4 2 vs. 3 (End of Pool Play) Cross Bracketing for 6-team Districts with 3 Teams Advancing Pool I #1 vs. Pool II #1 Will play for Regional #1 & #2 Advancement Pool I #2 vs. Pool II #2 Will play for Regional #3 Advancement For 4-Team Districts SAMPLE TIME SCHEDULE FOR EACH REGION (Order Of Teams Must Be As Listed) Six time slots are necessary for 4-team pool play with use of one court 8:00 a.m. 2 vs. 3 9:15 a.m. 1 vs. 4 10:30 a.m. 2 vs. 4 11:45 a.m. 1 vs. 3 1:00 p.m. 3 vs. 4 2:15 p.m. 1 vs. 2 (End of Pool Play) TIES Ties are not considered; the tie-breaker method (for tournament competition) must be used for all Post- Season Tournaments. The hot line number ( or ) must be used whenever there is a tie to verify tie-breaker accuracy for final standings (see page 37-38). TEAMS QUALIFYING FOR REGIONALS All teams qualifying to regional tournaments must make sure their season records through districts (including non-league matches), are uploaded to MaxPreps by 9:00 pm Saturday, October 28. Each individual school is responsible for their own results. ed results will not be considered for the Regional or State Tournaments. 21 Updated

25 DISTRICT CLASS 1A (1-90) 62 Schools Every district will qualify three teams to regionals. Single elimination may be used in preliminary rounds. Round robin or pool play is recommended in following rounds. District play will be 3 out of 5 sets to 25 points with a deciding set to 15 points using rally scoring (no cap). Matches that do not impact the 1 st, 2 nd, or 3 rd place qualifiers will be the best 2 out of 3 sets (3 rd set to 25 no cap) ºDistrict 1 (5) ºDistrict 2 (6) ºDistrict 3 (6) ºDistrict 4 (9) De Beque-WS (39) Cheraw-HP (53) Holly-AV (88) Briggsdale-NC (52) Dove Creek-SJ (67) Cheyenne Wells-HP (56) Kim-AV (13) Caliche-LP (88) North Park-WS (54) Eads-HP (46) South Baca-AV (36) Fleming-NC (56) Nucla-SJ (53) Granada-AV (65) Springfield-AV (79) Heritage Christian-MH (87) Ouray-SJ (56) Kit Carson-HP (41) Walsh-AV (48) Longmont Christian-MH (67) McClave-HP(86) Wiley-AV (87) Pawnee-NC (32) Peetz-NC (60) Prairie-NC (50) Weldon Valley-NC (70) District 5 (7) ºDistrict 6 (11) ºDistrict 7 (8) ºDistrict 8 (10) Arickaree/Woodlin-YWKC (34) Aguilar-FP (29) Colorado Deaf & Blind-BF (69) Belleview Christian-52 (63) Bethune-YWKC (36) Antonito-SP (68) Deer Trail-UP (49) Beth Eden-(59) Flagler-Hi-Plains-UP (82) Centennial-SP (58) Edison-BF (41) Community Christian-52 (39) Idalia-YWKC (39) Creede-SP (25) Elbert-BF (71) Cornerstone Christian-52 (77) Liberty-Statton-UP (63) Cotopaxi-WC (53) Genoa Hugo/Karval-UP (43) Denver Waldorf-52 Lone Star-YWKC (34) La Veta-FP (59) Hanover-BF (73) Faith Baptist-52 (34) Otis-YWKC (63) Manzanola-FP (42) Kiowa-BF (88) Front Range Baptist-52 (50) Mountain Valley-SP (46) Pikes Peak Christian-BF (53) Jim Elliott-52 (35) Primero-FP (53) Rocky Mtn. Lutheran-52 (59) Sangre De Cristo-SP (88) Shining Mtn. Waldorf-52 (66) Sierra Grande-SP (73) º = Multi-league district cannot protect a league champion - = Playing Down *District site, officials and tournament time frame will be facilitated by the appointed school. In mixed leagues, the District Tournament Committee must decide which league and team will host. Seeding for districts will be done by the District Tournament Committee. AV=Arkansas Valley I=Independent NC=North Central UP=Union Pacific BF=Black Forest LP=Lower Platte SE=Southeastern WS=Western Slope FP=Fishers Peak MH=Mile High SJ=San Juan YWKC=YWKC HP=High Plains MT=Mountain SP=Southern Peaks 52=5280 1A PIGTAILS If there is an odd number of teams in a district, pigtails may have to be played to arrive at an even number to lessen the number of matches required, if pool play is selected. TIES Ties are not considered; the tie-breaker procedure must be used. 22 Updated

26 DISTRICT CLASS 2A (91-248) 67 Schools Every district will qualify three teams to regionals. Single elimination may be used in preliminary rounds. Round robin or pool play is recommended in following rounds. District play will be 3 out of 5 sets to 25 points, with a deciding set to 15 points using rally scoring (no cap). Matches that do not impact the 1 st, 2 nd, and 3 rd place qualifiers will be the best 2 out of 3 sets (3 rd set to 25 no cap). ºDistrict 1 (8) ºDistrict 2 (8) District 3 (6) ºDistrict 4 (8) Center-SP (167) Akron-LP (112) Dolores-SJ (190) Burlington-UP (232) Crested Butte-SP (176) Haxtun-LP (92) Ignacio-SJ (239) Byers-UP (148) Cripple Creek-WC (100) Holyoke-LP (167) Mancos-SJ (120) Denver Christian-MH (127) Custer County-WC (122) Merino-LP (101) Norwood-SJ (97) Front Range Christ.-MH (179) Del Norte-SP (137) Sedgwick County-LP (106) Ridgway-SJ (203) Limon-UP (138) Sanford-SP (111) Wiggins-LP (160) Telluride-SJ (244) Lotus School of Excellence-C (222) Sargent-SP (129) Wray-LP (159) Nederland-MH (143) South Park-WC (111) Yuma-LP (228) Victory Prep-I (186) District 5 (11) ºDistrict 6 (8) ºDistrict 7 (8) ºDistrict 8 (10) Caprock Academy-WS (99) Crowley County-SF (142) Dawson School-MH (246) Calhan-BF (147) Hayden-WS (120) Fowler-SF (123) Clear Creek-F (222) CIVA Charter-BF (181) Hotchkiss-WS (205) Hoehne-SF (105) Dayspring Christian-MH (100) C.S. School-BF (98) Meeker-WS (191) John Mall-SF (143) Gilpin County-MH (102) Dolores Huerta-BF (227) Paonia-WS (152) Las Animas-SF (127) Highland-MH (248) Ellicot-BF (232) Plateau Valley-WS (99) Rocky Ford-SF (230) Lyons-MH (231) Evangelical Christian-BF (94) Rangely-WS (115) Swallows Charter -SF (147) Twin Peaks Charter-MH (144) Fountain Valley-BF (236) Soroco-WS (104) Swink-SF (106) Union Colony-MH (229) Miami Yoder-BF (96) Vail Christian-WS (156) Peyton-BF (218) Vail Mountain-WS (185) Simla-BF (92) West Grand-WS (133) º = Multi-league district cannot protect a league champion Campion Academy will not participate in playoffs. Denver Academy plays JV only. *District site, officials and tournament time frame will be facilitated by the appointed school. In mixed leagues, the District Tournament Committee must decide which league and team will host. Seeding for districts will be done by the District Tournament Committee. AV=Arkansas Valley I = Independent P=Patriot UP=Union Pacific BF=Black Forest LP=Lower Platte SF=Santa Fe WC=West Central C=Confluence M=Metro SJ=San Juan WS=Western Slope FP=Fishers Peak MH=Mile High SP=Southern Peaks 2A PIGTAILS If there is an odd number of teams in a district, pigtails may have to be played to arrive at an even number to lessen the number of matches required if pool play is selected. TIES Ties are not considered; the tie-breaker procedure must be used. 23 Updated

27 IMPORTANT DATES 1. Regional sites and officials will be selected by the appointed school administrators. 1A & 2A District Winners will earn the right to host Regionals. 3A-5A sites are determined by a Regional Pairings Committee. 2. QUALIFIERS: All Regionals have three teams a total of three matches will be played. All Regional Winners will automatically earn a berth to the State Championships. 3. OFFICIALS: Officials will be selected by the regional directors/tournament committee or assignor. Line judges must be adults. If available, registered officials shall be used. Line judge fees would be part of the host school expenses. Line judges will use flags at the State Tournament. Regional Site Directors must use flags. 3. TIE BREAKING PRODCEDURE must be utilized (see page 37-38). The hot line number ( ) must be used whenever there is a tie to verify tie-breaker accuracy for final standings. 4. *It is recommended that all Regionals be played on Saturday (whenever possible). Match times are approximate; pool play 3 out of 5 sets to 25 points with deciding set to 15 points using rally scoring (no cap) will be used for regional play. 5. REGIONAL GATELISTS: Must be given to the Regional tournament director prior to play begins (found online at CHSAANow.com> CHSAA.org> Sports> Volleyball). DO NOT SUBMIT THE REGIONAL GATELIST TO THE CHSAA OFFICE. 6. *RESULTS IN MAXPREPS It is the responsibility of each school advancing to the State Tournament to make sure their entire record and results are uploaded into MaxPreps. ed results will not be considered for the State Tournament. REGIONAL SEEDING MEETING... Monday, October 30, 2017 REGIONALS (ALL CLASSES)... Completed by Saturday, November 4, 2017 REGIONAL RESULTS UPLOADED TO MAXPREPS... Saturday, November 4, 2017 (no later than 9:00 pm) 24 Updated

28 Post and update tournament brackets & time schedule. Communicate to participating schools; all schools in your regional should know specifics about your facilities, starting time, pairings, exact locations of all sites, etc. Ticket/financial reporting. (The CHSAA office will this report to you prior to the regional tournament.) Make all other arrangements by mutual agreement with the Regional Volleyball Tournament Committee. Select officials with mutual agreement of the Regional Volleyball Tournament Committee. Line judges will use flags at the State Tournament. Regional directors may choose to use flags. Site Directors should allow for a 15 minute rest period for teams having played back-to-back matches prior to a subsequent warm-up and match. Regional directors must text Ryan Casey the results of your regional tournament in order to have results live and correct on our website. Please also Bethany the name of the Regional Winner advancing to the state tournament by Sunday, November 5 th at 6 pm. NOTE: Tournament directors must play all matches in the regional tournament. 25 Updated

29 REGIONAL GUIDELINES: ALL CLASSES WARM-UP There will be a maximum 15 minute warm-up period between matches unless the scheduled start time dictates otherwise. The 15 minute warm-up will begin as soon as the 15-minute rest period occurs after the previous match. It is the responsibility of the home site's management to oversee warm-up time. The following format is highly recommended: 5 minutes Both teams on their side of the court. 5 minutes Visiting team both sides of the court (including serving). 5 minutes Home team both sides of the court. TEAM PRACTICE Schools are not permitted to practice at their regional site the week of the tournaments. Teams that normally practice and/or play at these sites are exempt from this policy. CONTESTANTS ROSTERS Each school may suit up 14 players for the tournament. Once the 14 players names are placed in the score book for the first match at the Regional Volleyball Tournament, no other names may be entered the remainder of the tournament. Names on a team may change between district, regional, and state. OFFICIAL BALL Wilson Sporting Goods, through the CHSAA, will provide the Wilson I COR High Performance #H7700XWHI tournament balls for the regional tournament. Balls will be shipped to host sites the Wednesday before the tournament begins. Substitute balls may not be used. SCHEDULE *It is recommended that all regionals be played on Saturday (whenever possible). Match times are approximate. National Federation rules dictate 3 out of 5 sets to 25 points (no cap) with the deciding set to 15 points (no cap). SAMPLE SCHEDULE FOR EACH REGION (Order of Teams Must Be As Listed) #1 v. #3 #2 v. #3 #1 v. #2 26 Updated

30 With 3 teams in each Regional, only 1 court is necessary. Team 1 may host at their home school if they wish. Discussion should happen in advance between the Districts involved. Those schools hosting regionals should have adequate seating capacity. Standards without cables attached to floor should be used for safety reasons. *Wildcard Teams (4) will be selected after the completion of the Regional Tournaments. Teams will be selected based of the CHSAA RPI Rankings published the MONDAY AFTER REGIONALS. Teams must have participated in Regionals in order to be considered as a Wildcard Team to the State Championships. 8 Regional Winners plus these 4 Wildcard Teams will advance to State. 1A Regional Pairings: REGION A REGION B REGION C REGION D Dist. 6 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 2 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 5 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 8 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 1 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 3 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 7 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 4 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 6 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 2 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 5 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 8 #3 seed-team 3 REGION E REGION F REGION G REGION H Dist. 1 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 3 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 7 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 4 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 6 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 2 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 5 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 8 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 1 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 3 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 7 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 4 #3 seed-team 3 2A Regional Pairings: REGION A REGION B REGION C REGION D Dist. 6 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 7 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 5 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 4 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 1 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 2 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 3 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 8 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 6 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 7 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 5 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 4 #3 seed-team 3 REGION E REGION F REGION G REGION H Dist. 1 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 2 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 3 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 8 #1 seed-team 1 Dist. 6 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 7 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 5 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 4 #2 seed-team 2 Dist. 1 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 2 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 3 #3 seed-team 3 Dist. 8 #3 seed-team 3 27 Updated

31 With three teams in each Regional, only one court is necessary. Those schools hosting regionals should have adequate seating capacity. Standards without cables attached to floor shall be used for safety reasons. 1. All League Champions will automatically earn a berth to Regionals 2. The remaining teams (up to 36) will be selected based on the CHSAA RPI Rankings published at the end of the regular season. 3. Teams will then be seeded based on the CHSAA Regional Seeding Criteria: a. The CHSAA RPI Rankings will be the primary seeding consideration. b. The CHSAA Seeding Committee will only make changes based on splitting up league opponents and geographical considerations (if and when possible). 4. Teams seeded No. 1 through 12 will host regionals. 5. All Regional Winners will automatically advance to the State Championships. REGION 1 REGION 2 REGION 3 REGION 4 #1 Seed #2 Seed #3 Seed #4 Seed #24 Seed #23 Seed #22 Seed #21 Seed #36 Seed #35 Seed #34 Seed #33 Seed REGION 5 REGION 6 REGION 7 REGION 8 #5 seed #6 seed #7 seed #8 seed #20 seed #19 seed #18 seed #17 seed #32 seed #31 seed #30 seed #29 seed REGION 9 REGION 10 REGION 11 REGION 12 #9 seed #10 seed #11 seed #12 seed #16 seed #15 seed #14 seed #13 seed #28seed #27 seed #26 seed #25 seed 28 Updated

32 REGIONALS CLASS 3A ( ) 74 Schools Metro (11) Western Slope (10) Frontier (12) Tri-Peaks (13) Colorado Academy (394) Aspen (572) Academy (The) (557) Atlas Prep (289) Faith Christian (423) Basalt (407) Arrupe Jesuit (375) Buena Vista (274) Jefferson Academy (396) Cedaredge-WS (259) Bennett (318) C.S. Christian (316) Kent Denver (465) Coal Ridge (526) Bruce Randolph (401) Florence (380) Machebeuf (Bishop) (359) Delta-WS (610) DSST-STTPL (523) James Irwin (422) Manual (289) Grand Valley (298) Jefferson (462) La Junta (334) Peak to Peak Charter (589) Gunnison (340) KIPP Denver Collegiate (381) Lamar (404) Prospect Ridge Acad (550) Moffat County (598) Lake County (279) Manitou Springs (522) St. Mary's Academy (254) Olathe (321) Middle Park (375) Rye (252) Lutheran (388) Roaring Fork (363) Pinnacle (The) (541) Salida (325) Skyview Academy (287) Platte Canyon (320) St. Mary's (251) Sheridan (362) Trinidad (283) Vanguard (The) (282) Patriot (11) Confluence (5) Intermountain (6) Independent (2) Brush (473) Aurora West Col. Prep Ac (385) Alamosa (574) DSST-College View (596) Eaton (533) DSST-GVR (517) Bayfield (364) Stargate (350) Estes Park (325) Eagle Ridge Academy (503) Centauri (298) Frontier Academy (366) Venture Prep (25) Monte Vista (274) Colorado 7 (3) Liberty Common (313) William Smith (299) -Montezuma Cortez Englewood (602) Platte Valley (366) Pagosa Springs (364) Ft. Lupton (602) Resurrection Christian (277) Weld Central (622) Sterling (549) Strasburg (317) University (591) Valley (609) - = Play Down *Teams in mixed classification leagues must win their league outright in order to earn an automatic berth to regionals. 29 Updated

33 REGIONALS CLASS 4A ( ) 69 Schools 4A Jeffco (8) Tri Valley (8) CS Metro (9) Pikes Peak (7) D'Evelyn (629) Berthoud (721) Canon City (1060) Air Academy (1334) Evergreen (1056) Erie (934) Elizabeth (699) Cheyenne Mountain (1242) Golden (1254) Frederick (955) Harrison (962) Discovery Canyon (1161) Green Mountain (1118) Holy Family (627) Mesa Ridge (1330) Falcon (1233) Littleton (1277) Mead (1006) Mitchell (1231) Lewis-Palmer (996) Standley Lake (1313) Roosevelt (914) Sierra (787) Palmer Ridge (1146) Valor Christian (934) Skyline (1342) The Classical Academy (648) Sand Creek (1263) Wheat Ridge (1285) Windsor (1339) Widefield (1315) Woodland Park (803) Northern (8) Western Slope (7) South Central (6) Denver (5) Centaurus (1073) Battle Mountain (861) Pueblo Centennial (1261) Denver North (790) -Greeley Central (1409) Eagle Valley (817) Pueblo Central (769) Denver West (655) Longmont (1180) Glenwood Springs (897) Pueblo County (862) George Washington (1355) Mountain View (1245) Palisade (1029) Pueblo East (1145) John F. Kennedy (1201) Niwot (1279) Rifle (719) Pueblo South (1294) Thomas Jefferson (1060) Northridge (1173) Steamboat Springs (706) Pueblo West (1340) Silver Creek (1236) Summit (832) Thompson Valley (1169) Colorado 7 (5) Southwestern (2) Centennial (1) Continental (1) Alameda International (809) Durango (1066) Mullen (802) Ponderosa (1237) Arvada (923) Montrose (1326) Conifer (781) Fort Morgan (881) EMAC (1) Independent (1) Skyview (802) Vista Peak (1192) Northfield (776) *Teams in mixed classification leagues must win their league outright in order to earn an automatic berth to regionals. 30 Updated

34 REGIONALS CLASS 5A (1357-up) 63 Schools Front Range (13) Continental (10) East Metro (10) 5A Jeffco (8) Broomfield (1547) Castle View (2048) Adams City (1799) Arvada West (1775) Boulder (2001) Chaparral (2202) Aurora Central (2176) Bear Creek (1630) Fairview (2185) Douglas County (1881) Brighton (1773) Chatfield (1804) Fort Collins (1635) Heritage (1690) Gateway (1743) Columbine (1668) Fossil Ridge (1974) Highlands Ranch (1664) Hinkley (2043) Dakota Ridge (1508) Greeley West (1569) Legend (2032) Northglenn (1950) Lakewood (2083) Horizon (1971) Mountain Vista (2193) Prairie View (1901) Pomona (1503) Legacy (2212) Regis Jesuit (1864) Rangeview (2369) Ralston Valley (1828) Loveland (1519) Rock Canyon (2073) Thornton (1724) Monarch (1741) ThunderRidge (2070) Westminster (2453) Mountain Range (1996) Poudre (1844) Rocky Mountain (1975) Centennial (7) CS Metro (7) Denver (4) Southwestern (3) Arapahoe (2180) Coronado (1515) Abraham Lincoln (1390) Central (GJ) (1517) Cherokee Trail (2822) Doherty (1986) Denver East (2475) Fruita Monument (1656) Cherry Creek (3508) Fountain Fort Carson (1861) Denver South (1565) Grand Junction (1713) Eaglecrest (2599) Liberty (1545) FNE Warriors (2948) Grandview (2620) Palmer (1793) Overland (2248) Pine Creek (1481) Pikes Peak (1) Smoky Hill (2044) Rampart (1610) Vista Ridge (1403) *Teams in mixed classification leagues must win their league outright in order to earn an automatic berth to regionals. 31 Updated

35 ALL CLASS INFORMATION: 1. 3-Team Pool Play will be organized for the state tournament 2. Based on the state seeding criteria, 12 teams will be assigned to four pools of three teams on five courts. Competition will begin for all classes on Friday at 8:00 am. 3. One team, per day, from each classification will be awarded a dressing room for the State Tournament. Teams will be chosen on a lottery basis prior to the tournament No other teams may use these dressing rooms. You must indicate your desire for a dressing room the week before the State Championships. 4. *RPI Rankings: The CHSAA RPI Rankings will be the primary seeding consideration for the State Tournament. It is the responsibility of each school advancing to the State Tournament to make sure their entire record and results are uploaded into MaxPreps. DO NOT SEND HARD COPIES OF RESULTS TO THE CHSAA OFFICE. 5. All matches at the state tournament are the best 3/5 sets. 6. OFFICIALS: Officials are assigned using input from schools and CVOA. They have been carefully selected from all available officials registered with CHSAA. Daily match assignments are made by CHSAA staff members without consultation with school officials. 7. OFFICIAL BALL: Wilson Sporting Goods, through the CHSAA, will provide the Wilson I COR High Performance #H7700XWHI tournament balls for the state tournament. 8. CONTESTANTS ROSTERS: Each school may suit up 14 players for the tournament. Once the 14 players names are placed in the score book for the first match at the State Volleyball Tournament, no other names may be entered the remainder of the tournament. Names on a team may change between district, regional, and state. 9. STATE GATELIST INFORMATION: Each coach must submit a gate list online and each player will be checked by name upon entry. The state gate list is due to the CHSAA office by Tuesday, November 7. It can be found online at CHSAANow.com CHSAA.org Sports Volleyball. IMPORTANT DATES STATE PAIRING MEETING at the CHSAA... Monday, November 6, 2017 STATE GATELIST DUE to the CHSAA... Tuesday, November 7, 2017 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS (ALL CLASSES)... November 10-11, 2017 VOLLEYBALL COACHES & PROFESSIONALISM AT THE STATE TOURNAMENT: Professional attire and demeanor is expected at all matches, especially at the CHSAA State Volleyball Championships. Coaches are expected to dress professionally and not in athletic gear for the state tournament. 32 Updated

36 TEAM PRACTICE Schools are not permitted to practice at the state site the week of the tournaments. DRESSING ROOMS One team, per day, from each classification will be awarded a dressing room for the State Tournament. Teams will be chosen on a lottery basis prior to the tournament No other teams may use these dressing rooms. BENCHES There will be 14 chairs for each team. No more than 20 people will be allowed in the area, including players. Please take the responsibility of clearing your own bench. TIME OF THE MATCH Teams must be ready to play as courts become available. Court assignments may change as needed to complete the matches in a timely manner. CONDUCT The Volleyball Tournament is one of the finest opportunities to display your school s SPORTSMANSHIP and spirit. We earnestly request your complete cooperation in this matter. HOME TEAM The highest seeds determined by the Monday pairings tournament committee will be the home teams. COIN FLIP The visiting team will call the coin flip. NOTE: Coin flips will be conducted after the second set of the preceding match. Coaches and captains must be present for the coin flips. WARM UP PROTOCOL Friday and Saturday matches will begin at 8:00 am for all classes and will use the following 8 minute format: Lower seeded team first 4 minutes of court time including serving. Higher seeded team next 4 minutes including serving. There will be no shared hitting. Warm ups will begin at 7:43 am. Teams will come off the court at 7:50 am to allow time for pre-match ceremonies. AWARDS PRESENTATION Please ask your fans to remain off the court; there will be a formal presentation. The awards will be brought to midcourt and presented following each championship set. A bracket will also be given to each championship team. PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES Each participant at the State Volleyball Tournament will receive a certificate for qualifying to the state level in their playoff series. VOLLEYBALL COACHES & PROFESSIONALISM AT THE STATE TOURNAMENT Professional attire and demeanor is expected at all matches, especially at the CHSAA State Volleyball Championships. Coaches are expected to dress professionally and not in athletic gear for the state tournament. 33 Updated

37 Teams will be seed based on the CHSAA State Seeding Criteria: 1. The CHSAA RPI Rankings published the MONDAY AFTER REGIONALS (1A/2A) and the MONDAY PRIOR TO REGIONALS (3A-5A) will be the primary seeding consideration. 2. If there are three (3) teams from the same league in the same pool, the committee shall look to make a switch in order to avoid this. The committee should first look to switch teams seeded Pool I (Teams 1,8,12) Pool II (Teams 2,7,11) Pool III (Teams 3,6,10) Pool IV (Teams 4,5,9) ORDER OF MATCHES - FRIDAY Match # Pool # Ct. 1 Ct. 2 Ct. 3 Ct. 4 Ct. 5 Match 1 Pool IV 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 Match 2 Pool I 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 Match 3 Pool II 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 Match 4 Pool III 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 1 vs. 3 Match 5 Pool IV 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 Match 6 Pool I 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 Match 7 Pool II 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 Match 8 Pool III 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 1 vs. 2 ORDER OF MATCHES - SATURDAY Match 1 Pool IV 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 Match 2 Pool I 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 Match 3 Pool II 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 Match 4 Pool III 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 2 vs. 3 Match 5 Semi-final 1 Pool I#1 vs. Pool IV#1 (All Classifications) Match 6 Semi-final 2 Pool II#1 vs. Pool III#1 (All Classifications) Match 7 Finals CROSS BRACKET Pool I #1 Pool IV #1 5th Match Pool II #1 7:30 p.m. Champion/Runner-up 6th Match Pool III #1 34 Updated

38 1A 5A: 8 Sessions of Pool Play... 8:00 am 9:15 pm 1A 5A: 4 Sessions of Pool Play... 8:00 am 1A 5A: Cross Bracketing... Immediately following pool play Finals... 7:30 pm *All Classes will be played simultaneously Friday and Saturday tickets are available online! Online tickets through AXS or at the coliseum box office the day of the event 35 Updated

39 District Competition: Two teams contesting one match General Admission... $7.00 Student (K-12 th grade)... $5.00 Senior Citizens (age 60+)... $5.00 District & Regional Competition using pool play General Admission... $8.00 Student (K-12 th grade)... $6.00 Senior Citizens (age 60+)... $6.00 State Championships at the Denver Coliseum General Admission (13 years & up) (All-day Pass)... $10.00 Children (3-12 years) (All-day Pass)... $8.00 Senior Citizens (age 60+) (All-day Pass)... $8.00 Pre-school (2 and under)... FREE Student (MS/JH/HS) *Pre-Sale Only... $7.00 (*Student Pre-Sale tickets can only be purchased by contacting Kenzie at the CHSAA office. There will be NO student tickets available for for purchase at the Coliseum) Parking Fee at the Denver Coliseum... $ *Please note that prices may be subject to change. 36 Updated

40 **In the case of a tie, the Tournament Director must call the CHSAA Volleyball Administrator to verify. All involved teams must sign off verifying they are in agreement that the tie was broken accurately using the following method. 1. Match record determines the seed for advancement (i.e. match record 3-0, 2-1, 1-2). 2. Always use head-to-head whenever two teams are tied. 3. REGIONALS/STATE: If there is a three way tie for only one qualifying spot, determine set percentage among TIED teams (eliminate non-tied teams). The two lowest set percentage teams will play one set to 25 points (no cap). The winner will then immediately play the highest set percentage team to determine the #2 seed. If two teams are tied with the highest set percentage, use head-to-head to break the tie. THERE MUST BE TWO, ONE-SET PLAYOFFS. a) If tie isn't broken, then a coin flip will occur. All three teams will flip at the same time. You must flip until one team flips differently than the other two (i.e. 2 heads and 1 tails). The odd team out (tails in this case) will be set aside and the other two will play the first set to 25. The loser will be #3; the winner will then play the odd team out one set to 25 to determine #1 and #2. 4. DISTRICTS ONLY: If there is a three way tie for TWO qualifying spots, (if only one qualifying spot is available go straight to criteria #4), apply the following tie-breaker in order (a, b, c, d) and determine the highest of the three teams. THERE MUST BE ONE, ONE-SET PLAYOFF. SEE BELOW: a) Eliminate non-tied teams. Determine the set percentage among TIED teams. (sets won total sets played among tied teams). a. Take the highest set percentage team as the #1 seed. If two teams have the same percentage, use head-tohead to break the tie. b. The two remaining tied teams will then play one set to 25 points to determine the #2 seed. (no cap) b) If three teams are still tied for the #1 seed, eliminate non-tied teams, use point differential among TIED teams (total points earned minus total points against). 1. Take the highest point differential as the #1 seed. If two teams have the same point differential, use head-tohead to break the tie. 2. The two remaining tied teams will then play one set to 25 points to determine the #2 seed. (no cap) c) If three teams are still tied for the #1 seed, re-instate non-tied teams, use set percentage among ALL teams. (Sets won total sets played) 1. Take the highest set percentage team as the #1 seed. If two teams have the same percentage, use head-tohead to break the tie. 2. The two remaining tied teams will then play one set to 25 points to determine the #2 seed. (no cap) d) If three teams are still tied for the #1 seed, re-instate non-tied teams, use point differential among ALL teams (total points earned minus total points against). 1. Take the highest point differential team as the #1 seed. If two teams have the same point differential, use head-to-head to break the tie. 2. The two remaining tied teams will then play one set to 25 points to determine the #2 seed. (no cap) 5. DISTRICTS ONLY: If there is a 3-way tie for THREE qualifying spots, determine set percentage among TIED teams (eliminate non-tied teams). The two lowest set percentage teams will play one set to 25 points (no cap). The winner will then immediately play the highest set percentage team to determine the #2 seed. If two teams are tied with the highest set percentage, use head-to-head to break the tie. THERE MUST BE TWO, ONE-SET PLAYOFFS. a. If tie isn't broken, then same procedure will be followed taking point differential among TIED teams (eliminate nontied teams). b. If the tie isn t broken, then the same procedure will be followed taking the set percentage among ALL teams (only in a 4-team pool). If you have a 3-team pool, go to d coin flip. 37 Updated

41 3. If tie isn t broken, then same procedure will be followed taking point differential among ALL teams (only in a 4- team pool). If you have a 3-team pool, go to d coin flip. d. If tie isn't broken, then a coin flip will occur. All three teams will flip at the same time. You must flip until one team flips differently than the other two (i.e. 2 heads and 1 tails). The odd team out (tails in this case) will be set aside and the other two will play the first set to 25. The loser will be #3; the winner will then play the odd team out one set to 25 to determine #1 and #2. (1A & 2A DISTRICTS ONLY) THREE-WAY TIE FOR #3 SEED EXAMPLE) POOL A Mtn. View Palisade Glenwood Falcon Matches Sets Pt. Diff. Finish Mtn. View NA 1st Palisade /9 56% NA (set aside) Glenwood /8 50% NA 2nd Falcon /9 44% NA Three-way tie for 3 rd place required two, one-set playoffs to 25 points #1 seed Mountain View (highest set percentage) #2 seed determined by two one-set playoffs to 25 points; Palisade is set aside, so Glenwood plays Falcon first. Glenwood beat Falcon, then beats Palisade to advance as the 2 nd seed. 38 Updated

42 (1A-5A REGIONALS) THREE-WAY TIE FOR STATE QUALIFIER SPOT TEAM 1 TEAM 2 TEAM 3 W L Won Set Percentage Point Diff (if needed) RESULT TEAM 1 TEAM 2 TEAM 3 Matches Sets (Total sets won / total Team points scored sets played) minus total points against Set aside /7 = 57% NA /6 = 50% NA /7 = 43% NA Play Team 2 1 set 25 Play Team 1 1 set 25 Three-way tie for one state qualifier requires two, one-set playoffs to 25 points Team 1 (highest set percentage) Set Aside Team 2 & Team 3 must play one-set playoffs to 25 points; Team who wins will then play Team 1 (one-set playoff to 25 points) for the state berth THE DISTRICT/REGIONAL SITE DIRECTOR SHALL USE THIS CHART TO POST POINT DIFFERENTIAL AND MATCH RESULTS FOLLOWING EACH MATCH THROUGHOUT THE DAY. THE TEAMS MUST REMAIN ON SITE THROUGH CONCLUSION OF POOL PLAY IN CASE A PLAYOFF IS NEEDED. FOR USE BY SITE DIRECTORS ONLY In the case of a 3-way tie for 1 st, 2 nd, or 3 rd place, the site director is required to call Bethany ( ) before the tie breaker begins in order to verify accuracy for final standings. Tournament standings will be final after 1 pm on the Monday following the tournament. For districts/regionals, there will be a 15 minute break and then the 15-minute warm-up begins. At state, there will be a 7-minute break and then the 8-minute warm-up will begin. 39 Updated

43 1. District and Regional Gatelists (Due prior to the tournament) Teams are required to print out and submit a gatelist to the tournament director for each round of the playoffs that they participate in (districts, regionals, and state). The gatelist form can be found at CHSAANow.com. From there go to the CHSAA.org tab and at the top of the page, click on Home. Then go to the Sports & Activities tab at the top of the page and select Volleyball. Then select Volleyball District & Regional Gatelist and print off a copy to submit to your district or regional host. Do not submit your district or regional gatelist to CHSAA you must print them out and submit to your host. 2. State Gatelist (Due by noon the Tuesday prior to state) Teams must submit this interactive form to the CHSAA office. From CHSAANow.com, go to the CHSAA.org tab and click. Then go to the Sports & Activities tab at the top of the page and select Volleyball. Then select Submit State Gatelist and enter in your information. If any information changes from your original entry, you MUST resubmit the gatelist. The CHSAA will accept the most current submitted gatelist as final. There are no changes or additions allowed to the gatelist on site. 40 Updated

44 Colorado Coaches of Girls Sports VOLLEYBALL ALL-STATE BALLOT Please take to your league meeting and complete the required information. Please submit the ballot no later than the Friday before the regional tournament. The All-State selection meeting will always be the Sunday following the state tournament. The meeting will be at Aspen Creek K-8 (Broomfield) on 11/13 at 9:30 a.m. Please go to to get information regarding the ballot, meeting, and expectations or you can contact the representatives below. FOR CCGS: All representatives must be members of CCGS to be able to vote. It is important to send a copy of this ballot to: 1A through 3A to Lisa Schumacher 4A and 5A to Susan Odenbaugh Address: 401 West Broadway, Sterling, CO Address: 1300 Higby Road, Monument, CO (w) (fax) (w) (fax) DIRECTIONS: Please use eight slots to rank your SENIORS from your league. This is the order in which your athletes will be listed on the comprehensive ballot. Please submit one ballot for multi-class conferences ranked. We will separate those for the breakout meetings. If you have divisions in your league, please submit a ballot per division. Be sure to fill in all the necessary (phone number is a must) information. Be specific on positions (setter, middle hitter, outside, opposite). CCGS will select 4 setters, 2 liberos, and 12 others for All-State recognition per classification. This is a nomination ballot only. Name Please PRINT High School Position Phone ALL OR THE MAJORITY OF THE COACHES IN THE LEAGUE MUST SIGN THIS BALLOT IN ORDER FOR IT TO BE VALID! DEADLINE IS FRIDAY BEFORE REGIONAL TOURN. LEAGUE CLASSIFICATION 41 Updated

45 Colorado Coaches of Girls Sports VOLLEYBALL ALL-STATE BALLOT Selection process: For CCGS: 1. Each classification will select the top 4 setters from their classification ballots. All remaining setters will be ranked in order to determine alternates list. 2. Each classification will select the top 2 liberos from their classification ballots. All remaining liberos will be ranked in order to determine alternates list. 3. Each classification will select the top 12 all state volleyball players from their classification ballots. An alternate list of 6 should be created. a. To ensure ALL STATE representation; all number ones of leagues that are represented by either attendance or notification will be chosen. i. If a setter/libero who was ranked #1 was chosen as one of the four from step 1 or step 2, then we will not select the league's number 2 automatically. ii. A high amount of athletes from one team or one conference should be avoided. 4. All remaining spots will be filled by each league representation submitting one name from their ballot to be considered by the assembly. Those in attendance at the meeting determine what name will be put forward for the entire classification to vote on. League ranking is the responsibility of the league. 5. Each member coach in attendance will be allowed to vote. 42 Updated

46 The COLORADO HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION is proud to announce the 62 tnd Annual All State Games to be held June 4-9, 2018 at Adams State University. This is a first class event to cap off your outstanding seniors high school careers and honor top coaches from across the state of Colorado. AT YOUR END OF SEASON LEAGUE MEETINGS, BE READY TO PROVIDE YOUR CHSCA LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVE WITH YOUR PLAYER NOMINATIONS INCLUDING CONTACT INFORMATION (see below) The league Representative (who must be a CHSCA member!) can submit directly to the online form at under the VOLLEYBALL tab. You will be required to submit the following information: League name and CLASSIFICATION: (if covering more than one classification, please indicate which class for each player nominated) ALL STATE GAMES PLAYER NOMINATION: (please submit IN ORDER UP TO 6 senior players) **MUST INCLUDE Name, School, Position, Contact , Contact phone, Coach, Coaches **Please include your setters and liberos in your top 6 rankings **Please do NOT nominate a player who will not be able to participate. ALL STATE GAMES COACH NOMINATION: (must be a CHSCA member who has not coached in the All State games in the previous 2 years or will not be on the ballot) Name, School, Contact , Contact Phone Following the nomination process, ballots for All State teams will go out to ALL CHSCA MEMBER COACHES by classification. In order to ensure maximum participation, all nominations and voting will take place online. The top 12 athletes and top 2 coaches from each classification will be invited to participate in the 2018 All State Volleyball Games. Please contact All State Games Director, Amy Estes at or Larry Deffenbaugh, CHSCA Volleyball president at with any questions. ** Register today to get all the benefits of CHSCA membership including the opportunity to participate in the All State Games (and ensure that your league can nominate players and you can vote to select) **All member coaches will have the opportunity to vote for CHSCA All State team so encourage your league coaches to get registered today and give your athletes and coaches the opportunity to receive this honor and participate in the Games! More information about the CHSCA All State Games can be found at 43 Updated

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