a spike or a kill
it is called "attack".
Thats called an attack, spike, hit, or kill
yes, it is a penalty that occurs on a point after touchdown attempt when a player uses another player( teammate) in an attempt to propel himself higher to block the kick.
In tennis and volley-ball you lose the point if you touch the net while the ball is in play.
for kickboxing its 3
Hitting a ball through a goal
You can get as many tries as you want as long as you don't attempt to hit the ball. If you attempt to hit the ball then you get two tries (faults) before the other player wins the point.
The person serving is the one who starts the point with a serve (hitting the ball out of their hand). The service change is when the other player starts the point (serves). Multiple service changes happen in a single game allowing each player opportunities to serve.
Unforced errors are shots that a player makes to lose a point, where (s)he is not being pressured by the opponent. The scoring judge tallies an unforced error when the judge assesses that the player should have been able to keep the ball in play at that juncture in the point, but did not. Examples of unforced errors include netting a service return of an average-calibre serve, hitting a double fault, and hitting an easy overhead long.
you can get a point by serving the ball and someone missing it, you can get a point if the opposing team hits the ball out and youdon't touch it, you can get a point by hitting it out and somebody on the opposing team touching it, you can get a point by spiking the ball someplace where it is impossible to get it, you can get a point by the opposing team hitting it in the net whether it be a serve or a dig, and you can also get a point by blocking the ball.
A free throw.
Reaching a certain point after which nothing can be done or achieved.