The three-point line in high school basketball is 19.75 feet. This is measured from the centre of the basket.
The distance of a three-point line is measured from the centre of the basket. For any high school or middle school gymnasium, the distance is 19.75 feet.
Elementary School, High School, and NCAA/W: 19 feet 9 inches from the center of the basket; measured horizontally, to the back of the arc. NCAA/M: 20 feet 9 inches as measured above. NBA: 23 feet 9 inches as measured above.
The back of the 3 point line is 6 feet from the back of the free throw line in high school basketball.
i guess 1987
The three pointer entered high school as soon as the NBA created the three point shot.
19"9' from the basket to the 3-point line
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The three point line was added for the 1987-88 season in Texas high schools.
19"9' from the basket to the 3-point line. Same as in high school.
in high school its 19 feet
In high school, 19 9
19 feet 9 inches
Before the 1986-1987 season.
19 ft. 9 in. thru high school
82-83 season is the correct answer
They have quarters instead of halfs and the shot clock is smaller or there is no shot clock at all. Three point line is closer in high school.
The length is 19 feet 9 inches from the basketball to the line.
19'9" 19 feet 9 inches
A shot you make behind the three point line