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All players’ names must be on the team roster (10 players per team). Team rosters are due by the 2 nd week of league play. A player must participate in 3 full matches for eligibility to play in the playoffs and/or receive prizes. High school players may NOT play on a 6-person team in the fall league- only doubles.
By: Michele M. Howard. Published: 05 December, 2018. Volleyball players use a technique referred to as a block to stop an attack, usually a spike, from the opposing team. To perform a block, players jump, reach high beyond the net with their hands and stop the ball from coming across. To be a legal block, players must follow specific rules or a violation may occur. resulting in a point for the opponents and loss of possession.
To block in volleyball, stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, with your hips square to the net and your knees slightly bent. This will keep you ready to jump at all times. Keep your arms high with your palms facing the net, but stay at least a half arm’s length away from the net to avoid getting a penalty.
One person may play the ball twice during a volley but not twice in succession. A ball, other than a serve, may be recovered from the net provided the player avoids contact with the net and does not catch or hold the ball. Contact of the ball during blocking action does not count as one of the three team hits.
A team competes with 6 players, however, minimum number of players is 3. All players must be registered and checked in before the game begins. Rock/paper/scissors determines which team receives the choice of either the serve or the court. The best of three games will win matches.
Volleyball blocking is defined as deflecting the ball coming from your opponent's attack hit. Blocking is a skill in volleyball used to prevent the opponent from a successful attack hit. A block technique is used to deflect the ball coming from an attacker. The blocker is trying to block the ball back into the opponent's court.
A block is completed whenever a volleyball is touched by a blocker. A collective block is executed by 2 or 3 players close to each other and is completed when one of them touches the volleyball. Consecutive contacts of the volleyball may be made by one or more blockers provided the contacts are during one action.