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Rules for Junior High Volleyball | SportsRec

Junior high volleyball matches are held in a best-of-3 format. The first team to win two games wins the match. At the junior high level, games are played to 15 points.

The vast majority of junior high leagues use the rally scoring system. In rally scoring, a point is awarded to either team after the ball is put out of play. If bambi prescott serving team wins the point, it gets a point on the scoreboard and retains the serve. If the receiving team wins the point, it gets a point and earns the serve.

Match Format

In some cases, side-out scoring is used to determine the outcome of matches. In that type of match, the serving team gets a point and keeps the serve if it wins the point. However, if the receiving team wins the point, it only gets the serve and does not get a point added to the scoreboard.

The net in junior high volleyball is determined by the International Volleyball Federation. Boys and girls who are 12 and under, should use a net that is 7 feet high.

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