Office Will Be Closed Monday Feb. 15, 2016

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Championship Play Interruption Policy

 

 

This policy, adopted by the AHSAA Central Board of Control, will be followed when championship play is interrupted or threatened by public health/safety concerns, acts of God or other uncontrollable and unforeseen circumstances.  Necessary decisions concerning any circumstances that are not covered by this policy will be left to the discretion of the AHSAA administrative staff and the Central Board of Control. The AHSAA Office must be notified of any changes to contests.

This policy shall be observed for all AHSAA-sponsored championship playoff events.

1.    In the event of school closings within two calendar days of scheduled playoff contests, the AHSAA administrative staff, in collaboration with the Central Board and playoff event personnel, will attempt to delay or reschedule the playoff contests without adversely affecting the next round of the playoff schedule.  Any part of a revised schedule may need modification.  

NOTE: For purposes of this policy, “closure,” “closed” or “school closing” shall mean that the local authorities of the interruption cause or Board of Education/Governing Board has cancelled all high school classes and school-sponsored extracurricular activities for a minimum of one calendar day due to a specific concern.

2.    Two-team contests: Postponed contests must be re-scheduled on the next day unless the next round of the playoff is adversely affected. The failure of a team to participate would result in a forfeit.

3.    Multi-team events: If a revised schedule adversely affects the next round, the event may be played according to the original schedule. The failure of a team or individuals to participate would result in a forfeit.

4.    In the event that schools remain open, participants and teams shall be expected to play the contests on the scheduled dates.

5.    Information on any changes regarding AHSAA playoff scheduling will be posted on the home page of the AHSAA website (www.ahsaa.com).

2016 Super Sectional Wrestling in Montgomery (photo by AHSAA staff)
2016 Indoor State Track & Field Championships (photo by alabamahs.photo)
2016 State Indoor Track & Field Championships in Birmingham at the CrossPlex (photo by alabamahs.photo)
2016 State Indoor Track & Field Championships in Birmingham at the CrossPlex (photo by alabamahs.photo)
2016 State Indoor Track & Field Championships in Birmingham at the CrossPlex (photo by alabamahs.photo)
2016 State Indoor Track & Field Championships in Birmingham at the CrossPlex (photo by Tim Loreman)
2016 Indoor State Track & Field Championships (photo by alabamahs.photo)
2016 Indoor State Track & Field Championships (photo by alabamahs.photo)
State Bowling Championships in Pelham at Oak Mountain Lanes (photo by alabamahs.photo)
State Bowling Championships in Pelham at Oak Mountain Lanes (photo by alabamahs.photo)
State Bowling Championships in Pelham at Oak Mountain Lanes- Gadsden City's Johnathan Kilgo celebrates after 300 game (photo by alabamahs.photo)
State Bowling Championships in Pelham at Oak Mountain Lanes (photo by alabamahs.photo)
State Bowling Championships in Pelham at Oak Mountain Lanes (photo by alabamahs.photo)
2016 Indoor State Track & Field Championships (photo by alabamahs.photo)

In Season Sports

Basketball



State Championships:
Hotels

Regionals:
Sub-Regional Pairings - Girls | Boys
Hotels

Area Tournament:
Area Tourney Scores - Boys | Girls
Girls (1A | 2A | 3A | 4A | 5A | 6A | 7A)
Boys (1A | 2A | 3A | 4A | 5A | 6A | 7A)

Girls Score Report | Championship Score Report
Boys Score Report | Championship Score Report


3 Team Bracket

4 Team Bracket

5 Team Bracket


Regular Season:
Standings:
Boys - 1A | 2A | 3A | 4A | 5A | 6A | 7A
Girls - 1A | 2A | 3A | 4A | 5A | 6A | 7A

Scores


2015-16 Winter Sports Book

Soccer

Playoffs:


Regular Season:

Rankings
Scores

2016 Spring Sports Book

Tennis

State Championships:


Regular Season:

Scores

2016 Spring Sports Book

Wrestling

Sectionals: (Schedule for Both)

Live Results Click Here

North - Hotels

South - Hotels


Regular Season:

Track Wrestling Website

 

2015-16 Winter Sports Book

AHSAA Newsletter

February Edition  

ViewPublic Edition


Rules Updates

If your tournament is not listed on the www.ahsaa.com website, your school is not cleared by the AHSAA to participate in the tournament.

 

If you have a tournament listed on your schedule in any sport, the tournament must have all the participants listed and your principal must certify it before it becomes a sanctioned tournament.  If it is still purple on your schedule, it is not complete.

 

There are over 200 tournaments listed on the "to be sanctioned" list in C2C that do not have the required information.

 

•        If you are not hosting a tournament, please do not add it to your schedule.  Only host schools should add the tournament(s) to their schedules.  If you have added a tournament to your schedule and you are not the host school, please delete the tournament and have the host school add the tournament and list all the participants – this will add it back to your schedule.

 

•        If you have put a tournament on your schedule as host, please make sure that all the participants are listed. If you have not added your participants, go to your schedule, double click the tournament you need to edit, click on the participant tab and add your opponents one at a time by clicking add.

 

•        Finally, please make sure your principal has certified each tournament. If the principal has not certified your tournament, he/she must sign in to C2C with his/her login/password, go to certifications, competition certifications and certify the tournament.

 

Any tournament played without being sanctioned (participants added, principal certified) will result in a rule violation and an assessment of the applicable penalty.


 

Heat Timeouts: According to Rule 3-5-7g in the National Federation Rules Book, an official may grant a heat timeout anytime during the contest when it is warranted. As a matter of procedure, the AHSAA has instructed the Referee at each game to make this decision.

The AHSAA will mandate the heat timeouts being called during the first dead ball period after the six-minute mark in each of the four quarters. These mandated timeouts will be used during the first three weeks of the season that begins Aug. 21 or 22. Other administrative football rules click here.



                         Rules Updates & Clarifications

Summer Conference Info 2015

MS-JH Conference

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