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Date Posted: Tuesday, December 14, 01:04:05pm
Author: Grands
Subject: Forgot to switch direction of arrow after the first half
In reply to: Ron 70 's message, "Second half inbound" on Monday, December 13, 08:06:28pm

Ron 70 and WashpaRick - I noticed it too at the game and went back to check and agree with you all. I am a PIAA official and the problem is in the second half you switch baskets, so the referee is to go over to the table before leaving the court at halftime to verify the arrow has been switched. Now in college games it might be up to the official score, I don't know. I have brought it to the attention of Coach Everhart and staff.

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  • I havn't had time to post until now, but when I saw the possession arrow before the start of play in the 2nd half, I thought it was wrong. But then I thought, how could they make a mistake with something as simple as that. (NT) -- St.Jimmy, Tuesday, December 14, 05:57:56pm

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