A lineup sheet is where the coach writes down the numbers of the starting players. The coach hands the lineup sheet to the skorekeeper and they will record it on the score sheet.
There is one person who has a scoring sheet. They keep score there and they have a score on a thing that you flip to show the audience and players what the score is. To earn a point the ball must drop in bounds on the other team's side. There are other ways as well like a lift, or a double, or a net violation, or four hits. Also if a team hits it out of bounds that's a point as well. Volleyball has many rules to it that you can probably find online somewhere. You can probably find a scoring sheet if you type in "professional scoring sheet for volleyball". Google might have a template.
I have been playing volleyball for 6 years and the score has never started at 4
the scorekeepers keep the score and also do the book for volleyball
when they score
In a score sheet, what does a double barline represent?
Indoor volleyball is 25. Beach volleyball is __