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Picture is Jennifer Lemmerman (Sean Collier's sister) with the mayor of Melrose Robert J. Dolan along with the winners of the tournament, the Mass State Police team.  

Last summer's games were held May 15 & 16, 2015 @ Melrose High School....all custodial and gym rental fees were donated by the city of Melrose!

A $5,800 check that we donated to the Jimmy Fund for last year’s Sean Collier tourney.  I also want to thank Steve Karampalas for assisting me with the coordination of the tournament, Eddie Farrell for assigning the games and the countless officials that donated their time that weekend. 

We have raised an approximate total of $18,000 over the last three years with the money being donated to The Jimmy Fund, The One Fund Boston and the Sean A. Collier Self Sponsorship Scholarship. 

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Information related to the IAABO Officials’ Schools may be found on the IAABO website @ http://www.iaabo.org/2016_Officials_Schools.html.


This summer, IAABO will be hosting four summer officiating schools with the goal of “professional improvement”. The desire to improve must always be present if one wants to achieve success as an official. Over the past nine decades the many and varied continuous education materials and officials’ schools, which IAABO provides, has assisted thousands of new and veteran officials learn and refine their skills.


IAABO Schools are designed to provide officials who have a wide variety of ability and experience with the individual attention to meet her/his specific needs. The focal points of each school are the review of rules, mechanics, signals and professionalism. Each official can expect to receive quality instruction in the classroom and on the court. At IAABO Schools, officials receive instant feedback, including video, which can be incorporated into their officiating immediately.  Both Crew of Two and Crew of Three officiating are taught at the IAABO Schools.

The Director of the IAABO Officials’ School is Tom Lopes, IAABO Executive Director and retired Division I Basketball Official.  Tom is assisted by Peter Webb, IAABO Coordinator of Interpreters.

IAABO Officials’ Schools are dedicated to improving the officiating skills of the men and women who enroll. The program will be designed to benefit those who wish to embark upon a career in officiating as well as those who seek refinement of their skills. Classroom sessions will cover all aspects of officiating with lectures, films, workshops and testing. During the afternoon and evening sessions, all officials will officiate games.



March 22nd Brunch

Cindy Heminway 25 year Award

Presented by Frank Beebe

Winchester Youth Basketball, Edward M. Smokey" Kelleher Award

Presented by Frank Beebe

President Award to James Grady

Presented by President Bill Joyce

Charles H. Diego Award to Bob Sterling

Presented by Bill Joyce

Vincent Cronin Award to Al Brodsky
 Presented by Bill Joyce

Oswald Tower Awards to Joseph Killelea from Newton South High School (Boys)

Presented by Bill Joyce

Oswarld Tower Awards to Kristen McDonnell from Braintree High School (Girls)

Presented by Bill Joyce

   

18th Annual Dunn - Olsen Tournament

National Federation of State High School Associations

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS NFHS.org NFHSLearn.com NFHSNetwork.com Sign In Register Activities & Sports NFHS For You We Are High School™ Resources Home Sports Resource Content Basketball Rules Interpretations - 2015-16 Basketball Rules Interpretations - 2015-16 By NFHS on October 14, 2015 basketball Share Publisher’s Note: The National Federation of State High School Associations is the only source of official high school interpretations. They do not set aside nor modify any rule. They are made and published by the NFHS in response to situations presented.

Robert B. Gardner, Publisher, NFHS Publications © 2015

Rule Book Corrections: Page 56, 2015-16 NFHS Basketball Rules omission: 9-1-3 Penalty 4b should read “If the second violation is by the free thrower or a teammate behind the free-throw line extended and the three-point line, both violations are penalized, as in penalty item (3).

Rule 9-1-3a: delete “or backboard”

Case Book Corrections:

Page 22, Situation 3.5.3 B: Substitute A6 reports to enter the game to replace A1. A5, presently in the game, is wearing beige compression sleeves on his/her arm and leg. A6 is wearing a black headband and wristbands. Ruling: A6 and A5 are is not allowed to enter the game because the rules require all team players to wear the same allowable color sleeves, headbands and wristbands. No penalty is involved. A6 and A5 simply cannot participate until the color restrictions are corrected. (3.5.3)

Clarification Preseason Guide Article “Enforce Illegal Contact on Free Thrower and Violations During Free Throw”, page 6, second paragraph: The free thrower must remain within the free throw semi-circle until the ball contacts the basket ring or the shot is made or missed. The same rule applies to all other players who do not occupy free throw lane line marked spaces. Players who occupy free throw lane line marked spaces during free throws may enter the free-throw lane upon the free thrower releasing the ball; however, should a defensive player cross the free-throw line too soon, it is a violation. A delayed violation signal is to be displayed. If the free throw is successful, the violation is ignored. If a defender contacts the free thrower, a personal foul is the correct ruling. If the free throw is unsuccessful, the violation is enforced and a substitute free throw is awarded. If a defender contacts the free thrower, a personal foul is the correct ruling. Whether the free throw is or is not successful, the penalty for the personal foul is awarded. If the free thrower’s team is in a bonus situation, the free thrower would be awarded a one-and-one or two free throws. If the free thrower’s team is not in a bonus situation, his or her team would be awarded a throw-in along the end line.

Comment: Rule 9-1 does not address the issue of players, other than the free thrower during the free throw, entering the semi-circle. The national interpretation on this issue is during the free throw, anyone entering the semi-circle has created a violation. If it is a team member who violates, the ball should be blown dead immediately. If an opponent violates, it is a delayed lane violation and the free thrower should be awarded a substitute throw if the free throw is missed.

SITUATION 1: The opponent makes contact with the free-throw shooter before the free throw reaches the basket. The free throw is missed. RULING: The official should rule a violation on the opponent and a personal foul. (9-1-2g Penalty 2b)

SITUATION 2: After A1 releases the ball on a free throw try, B1 steps into the lane and backs across the free-throw line to box out the free-throw shooter then makes contact with the free-throw shooter. The free throw is missed. RULING: The official should rule a delayed violation on the opponent. A1 will be awarded a substitute free throw and the contact is ruled a foul. The substitute free throw would be administered with the free-throw lane spaces unoccupied. (9-1-2g Penalty 2b)

SITUATION 3: During a free throw by A1, B1 pushes A2 and B2 is in the lane before the ball is released. RULING: Delayed violation and penalize the foul. If Team A is in the bonus, shoot one-and-one. If Team A is not in the bonus, A gets the ball for a throw-in along the endline. If the free throw is not successful, award a substitute free throw and also penalize the foul as a personal foul (live ball). The substitute free throw would be administered with the free throw lane spaces not occupied. (9-1-2 Penalty 2b)

SITUATION 4: An official notices members of Team A are wearing headbands that have extensions. RULING: Illegal. The coach should be informed that the headbands with extensions are illegal and the players will not be allowed to enter the game wearing them. (3-4-5b)

SITUATION 5: During warm-ups, A1 is wearing black tights, A2 is wearing a white headband and matching white wristbands. Both meet the definition of the rule as it relates to color. RULING: The officials should work with the coach, prior to the game, when they see several colors being worn by team members. Officials should be proactive in this situation. The coach needs to take responsibility to make sure team members are dressed properly. (3-5-3,4)

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Frank Beebe receiving IAABO Life Membership in Rochester N.Y. on April 25, 2015.

From left to right..Michael Hammond, Frank Beebe, Jack Doyle and Rich Antonelli.

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Wayne Pandolph, Dave Powell and Dave Engelson
Congratulations and Good Job

 

Fall Conference 2015 Denver

2015 Fall Meeting

Mike and Mary Hammond, Rich Antonelli, Jack and Patricia Doyle at the IAABO Fall 
conference in Denver.  Rich Antonelli presented to the IAABO Interpreters on last
years deficiencies that need to be addressed at our interpretation meetings.

 

Fall Conference 2015 Colorado

Denver Colorado

Fall Conference 2015 Denver

Mike and Mary Hammond with Dave Engelson touring the Garden of Gods in Colorado.