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# How many times must the ball be hit before going over net?

Updated: 9/27/2023

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β 12y ago

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three hits are supposed to happen before the ball goes over the net.(bump, set, spike!)

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β 12y ago
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β 12y ago

at least one time but at the most three times and the block doesnt count as hit

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Shimaya People

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β 4y ago

I need help myself

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Iara Hernandez

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β 3y ago
I think It's four but don't take my word for it I'm not sure

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