You announce the serving team's score first, and then the receiving team's score. This happens right before a team serves.
Yours then your opponents. It is the serving team's score first and then the opponent's score.
The serving team announces their score first.
When calling the score before serving, the server calls out his/her teams score followed by the score of the opposing team
In rally scoring the other team can score when the volley is lost.
The team who is serving .
The serving team.
No, there are multiples times you can score, for example, when the other team serves you have the advantage and can score even though they started out serving.
any of the two teams can score though in the olden times only the team which was serving could score points
No. It would be "ad in".
When serving team hits the ball and returning team cannot return in three tries or when ball hits the floor. Serving team hits the ball and it goes out of bounds point for other side.
The two ways to score in a volleyball game are (1. the serving team gets the ball over the net and it drops to the floor without being bumped back over the net. (2. The team that isn't serving gets the ball back over the net and the serving team doesnt get it back over.