I have never seen a "refee" at a high school volleyball game. There are two referees, the R1 who works from the elevated stand and the R2 who is on the floor at the opposite end of the net, near the scoring table.
It matters if it's professional. If not, there can be a few as 1. If professional, there are 2-3 referees.
There's a referee, who stands on the high platform. Then and umpire who stands on the ground across from the referee. And then two linesmen who call out or in.
There are usually an "up" ref, a "down" ref and two linesmen.
6, it takes 4 on the field and 2 to watch the video screen on the sidelines for false starts, holds, etc.
its used for vollyball of course
every freakin muscle in your body! esspecially if you jump serve
the main skills are the bump, the set, the block and the spike
The noun "volley" is used as a collective noun for a volley of shots; a term used for gunfire or for tennis.
It is a kind of service seldomly used in volleyball. It is similar to side serve but the difference is the ball contact is over the head.
Well.... You might want to check your facts because I'm pretttttty sure that is only a move used in basketball.
I don't play volley ball but i think it's used to be ready to pass the ball. Im 12 and that's what my P.E coach tells me.
A pancake in volley ball is when you press your hand directly on the ground and allow the ball (spiked usually) to hit your hand. The result, if done properly, is a volley ball that has not touched the ground, is capable for being hit with a forearm pass, and a red hand.
The noun "volley" is a standard collective noun for a volley of shots; a term used for gunfire or for tennis.
The official size of a volleyball is between 25.6 and 26.4 inches in circumference and between 9.1 and 9.8 ounces in weight.