Im an 8th grader and they made a stupid rule that now the shot has to be 8 pounds instead of 6 so no one can tell me if 24 feet is a good
My daughter is a 7th grader and her first year throwing shot put- her average throw is 33 feet-
For my Middle school team the record is 46.9 1/2. My record right now is a 39.2 so i am getting closer
No. There is no rule for how the goalie should kick or throw the ball. It all depends on where it is throwing. Goalies sometimes only throw the ball at their teammates instead of kicking it.
The football is a ball made out of leather with laces in the middle. The laces in the middle are for grip when you throw the ball. When you throw the ball a good pass is when it spirals. You could also kick the football which is planted on a tea except on field goals. That is when someone holds the ball for you. P.S. Please comment!!!!! Answer Improve by Filly309
The ball should be in the middle of your stance.
you have two outside people and 1 or more in the middle one person then throws the ball to the other person and if the person in the middle doesn't catch it then the person who throw it is in the middle if the person in the middle catches it then they are on the outside and they swap with the person who throw it (hope this helped)
First, you need to scuff or cut a ball to get good movement. The ball will generally move toward the non-holey side, so if you put the holes on the right and threw overhand, it would move to the left. The best pitches I throw are: the forkball(jam the ball between your index and middle finger and throw over the top), the screwball(hold with the holes to the left and throw over the top), the drop(hold like a screwball but throw sidearm) and the changeup(put your index and middle finger in opposite holes on the ball and throw over the top. Experiment! Thats how I learned all these.
Outside, middle front, right, setter, middle back, back ouside.
you inbound the ball on the side closest where it missed. if its in the middle either side would be fine.
Put The Red Arrow Near The Middle And Throw The Ball (Thats How I Do It
Throw a master ball at it, or weaken it then throw an ultra,great or pokeball that should do the trick
If the player is suspended then no the player should not be aloud to play ball. If the student had no disciplinary actions then the student should be aloud to play ball.
Doubtful, because he has ability to throw the ball.
Different 5 second violations (1) on a throw in, a player has 5 seconds to throw in the ball (2) closely guarded, when the player with possession of the ball in their front court is closely guarded by a defensive player in a legal defensive position, the player can hold or dribble the ball for 4 seconds.