Well i was a score keeper and the announcer would start off by saying the starters: what grade they were in, their number, and their name. When someone scored, they would say, "basket by number ex.) 32. If someone got called for a foul, the announcer would say, "foul on number ex.) 32. thats all the announcer would ever do.
He scored 129 goals over 2 periods at Liverpool FC.
The term 'unanswered points' is used when one team has scored many points in a row while the other team has not scored. For example, if the Broncos lead the Raiders 21-0 in the second quarter, you might hear the announcer say "The Broncos have scored 21 unanswered points". Or if the Broncos were leading 21-0 and the Raiders scored 28 straight points to make the score 28-21, you might hear the announcer say 'The Raiders have scored 28 unanswered points".
The arena announcer will the name of the goal scorer, name of the player(s) credited with an assist for the goal and the time of the goal. If the goal was scored during a power play he (or she) will say if it were a power play or short-handed goal.
Well, maybe Carl James wasn't a great payer or he had taken a knock to the head or he hadn't scored a try before or he hadn't scored a try in a while.
Ties can't happen in the postseason. The game would continue through successive overtime periods until somebody scored.
The term 'unanswered run' means one team scored and the other team has not scored any runs afterwards. For example, let's say the home team scored one run in the second inning, two runs in the third inning, and one run in the fourth inning while the visiting team has been held scoreless after scoring one run in the first inning. You might hear an announcer say "The home team has scored four unanswered runs after the visiting team scored in the first inning'.
No. Scored can be a verb, or it can be an adjective meaning marked (scored butter, scored glass), or tallied (scored points, scored goals).