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A volleyball game is a competitive event in which two teams play against each other to score points by hitting a ball over a high net and into the opponent's court. The objective of the game is to score more points than the opponent and win the match.
A standard BIIF volleyball game consists of several sets, best-of-five for Varsity or best-of-three sets for Junior Varsity. Each set is played until one team reaches 25 points, with a two-point lead. The winner of each set is the team that scores the required number of points first.
In a volleyball game, teams take turns serving and playing offense and defense. The team that serves tries to score points by serving the ball over the net and into the opponent's court in a way that makes it difficult for the opponent to return the ball. The team on defense tries to block the ball or dig it up and pass it to their setter, who sets up the offense for a spike or a shot at the ball. Points can also be scored by the serving team when the ball goes out of bounds, hits the ceiling, or is touched by an opponent before crossing the net.
Volleyball games are played on a rectangular court with a high net in the center, separating the two teams. Teams consist of six players, and substitutions can be made at any time, as long as the player leaving the court and the player entering the court do not touch the ball simultaneously.
This may not be the $20,000 instant replay system we want, but it's the one we have.. and it works.
Every time you turn on the Constellation, you have to re-add the transition file to the media pool.