Officials vs Cancer
January 21, 2019 thru January 27, 2019
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Welcome to the IAABO Board 130 web site.
Board 130 was granted its charter from the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials on Nov. 15, 1951. Board 130 consists of more than 400 members who officiate basketball games from the grammar school to college level. We have active Membership and Development committees who work to ensure that our newer members be given every opportunity to improve their skills and advance their officiating careers.
We hope you find this web site informative and helpful. For more information about Board 130, contact us at email@example.com
Bob "Moona" Mullins, stays calm even after officiating over 2,000 games
2018-19 Dues: Active Member: $105, Associate Member: $55 (non-working official, at any level of play)
All Active Officials (working at any level) must meet the following criteria to be eligible to officiate:
1. Attend 1 Interpretation Meeting (we hold 3 per year, one in each month of Oct, Nov, Dec)
2. Pay their dues on or before the Dec 10th meeting (please note: email reminders are automated from the website until you have paid)
3. Attend a Refresher Exam meeting (dates listed below) or complete and submit the Refresher Exam (Click link for an electronic copy) to Dan Bryant via email: Daniel.firstname.lastname@example.org or at the Fall Meetings
4. Attend 3 business meetings per year (the Interpretation meeting and the Refresher Exam meeting each count as a Business meeting)
Business Meeting, Sunday, Jan 13th, 10AM, Salem State University
Business Meeting, Sunday, Feb 10th, 10AM, St. John's Prep
Business Meeting, Sunday, Mar 10th, 10AM, St. John's Prep
Banquet, Mar 26th, 6PM, Danversport Yatch Club
Contact Above the Shoulders (clarification):
For the 2012-13 season the NFHS Rules Committee issued a Point of Emphasis (POE) on contact above the shoulders. The POE defined illegal contact from a moving elbow where such contact was above the shoulders as being either an intentional foul or a flagrant one. This guidance regarding these play situations was provided in connection with the continuing emphasis on reducing concussions and decreasing excessive contact situations. It also helped to bring the results of such plays in high school games more in line with what is defined at the NCAA and pro levels. For more information and examples (click this link)
2018 Mass State IAABO Interpretation Meetings
Ejection Forms from MIAA Website: Player Ejection Form Coach Ejection Form
IAABO BOARD 130 CLASSIC
AT BEVERLY HIGH SCHOOL
BEVERLY, MASCONOMET, ST. GLOUCSTER, FENWICK
BEVERLY, MASCONOMET, GLOUCESTER,
Freshman Morgan Bovardi led a balanced Chieftains’ (17-2) scoring attack with 11 points, while sophomore Makayla Graves had 10. Whitney Schrock and Claire Knowlton had 10 apiece for the Fishermen (6-13).
Senior captain Colby Jacques scored a team-high 25 points to lead the Chieftains (15-4), who had three other players in double figures: William Schena (14), Michael Budrewicz (13) and David Hunter (12). Gloucester’s (9-10) Benjamin Oliver led all scorers with 30 points.
Bishop Fenwick 61
Sammi Gallant and Jaxson Nadeau scored 16 points apiece to lead Fenwick (10-9) to an MIAA-tournament-qualifying win. Alyssa Moreland led the Panthers (12-7) with 22, while Hailey Anderson had 15. Fenwick will play Masconomet in the championship game Monday at 5:30 p.m. Beverly takes on Gloucester in the consolation game at 2 p.m.
Bishop Fenwick 53
Toskany Abreau (30) and Duncan Moreland (20) combined for 50 points for the host Panthers (14-5). Nik Pignone led Fenwick with 22.
Tournament MVP Duncan Moreland poured in 22 points to leads the Panthers (15-5) to the championship, while Jack Crowley scored 16. All-tournament selection Toskany Abreau added eight points. Colby Jacques had 26 points for Masco (15-5) giving him 51 points in two days and landing him on the all-tournament team.
Bishop Fenwick 33
Tournament MVP Olivia DiPietro scored 10 points to lead the Crusaders (11-9) to a hard-fought win in a tight defensive game that saw the teams combine for only 23 points in the second half. Freshman Morgan Bovardi scored 14 for Masco (17-3), while Makayla Graves had 12.
Sophomore Hailey Anderson hit six 3-pointers on the way to a game-high 22 points to lead the Panthers (13-7), while freshman Alyssa Moreland scored 21 and was named to the all-tournament team. Whitney Schrock scored 12 for Gloucester and was named to the all-tournament team.
Bishop Fenwick 38
All-tournament team selection Ben Oliver scored a game-high 23 points to lead the Fishermen (10-10), while Marcus Montagnino had 19. Nik Pignone led Fenwick with 14 points and was selected to the all-tournament team.
Thank you to all of our volunteers
at this year's Special Olympics.
Special thanks for Mark Friedman for coordinating the event
Thanks to the following officials for donating their time:
Pete Dion, Mark Friedman, Mark Barson, Phil Rando, Mark Collins, Judy Torrissi,
Serge Smaila, Patrick Corcoran, Bob Birenbaum, Jim Gayton, Tom Connelly
Rick Robichaud, Dave Brown, Mark Smith, Fred Lumb, Liz Briggs
First Year Officials:
Abbie Pustis, Chris Castillo, Mark Lipka, Jeffrey Akers, Pat Lumusta
Greg Santos, Matt Gangi, DeShawn Standard, Christina Sancinito, John Sciuto
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