VII. The Serving Line: The serving line will be at 28 feet from the center line. VIII. Net: Net height will be 7′ 4 1/8”. IX. Ball: 6th grade will use a special light weight ball provided by KIDSPORTS. X. Team Composition: A team shall consist of six (6) players on the court at one time. At least four players must be present to start a game.
• Serving: There will be a 5’ line placed in front on the service line. This will be placed on both sides of the court. The purpose of this line is so players who have a difficult time making over the net, have the opportunity to succeed. Once a player consecutively serves the ball three times over the net, she must move back to the service line.
(1) the ball hits the net, ceiling or other obstruction on a serve. (2) the ball does not land in the opponent’s playing area (i.e., it lands out-of bounds) on a serve. (3) the server touches or go over the end line when serving. (4) another player on the serving team touches the ball before the serve goes over the net. d.
6th grade- Students will execute the four most critical points over the net from a distance of 20 feet 4 out of 5 times. 7th grade - Students will execute the four most critical points over the net and in bounds from a distance of 30 feet 4 out of 5 times. Cognitive 1 – 6th grade – Students will verbally recite the four most critical points of the underhand serve when asked. 7th grade - Students will write from memory the four most critical points of the underhand serve on a written ...
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Service line: The service line will be the back line of the court. Exception: 6th – 8th grade can serve from the 28ft. mark instead of the 30ft. back line. Spectators: Spectator limits will be updated as the season approaches. 7th-8th Grade Rule Modifications (Unless specified, games will be played according to high school rules).
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