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  1. WRESTLING LEVEL TWO

  2. IHSA Level Two Wrestling Clinic • Why are we here? • Follow-up to Level One clinics • Continuing education and/or professional development • Attempt to make IHSA officiating consistent across the state

  3. Topics to be covered in 4 hours • Conflict Resolution • Inbounds-Out of bounds • Mechanics • Assistant Referee • Stalling and fleeing the mat • Questions and answers

  4. Conflict Resolution • See separate IHSA presentation

  5. Definition In/Out of Bounds • If one supporting part of each wrestler is out of bounds, they are out of bounds, WRESTLING SHALL BE STOPPED • Conversely, if both supporting parts of either wrestler are in-bounds, they are considered in-bounds, WRESTLING SHALL CONTINUE (this is a no call-no whistle) • Touching line is out of bounds

  6. What are supporting points? • Supporting points are parts of the body touching, or within the wrestling area, which bears the wrestler’s weight • When down on the mat, the usual points of support are knees, the side of the thigh and/or the buttocks • When on their feet, the usual points of support are feet and knees • In a pinning situation the defensive wrestlers supporting parts maybe scapulas and/or shoulders

  7. Continue or stop wrestling • Situations that need reviewed for in or out of bounds • Pinning situations • Takedowns • Neutral • Loss of control • Line calls

  8. Assistant Referee • Teams with the (Head) Official to provide an extra: • Set of eyes, set of ears, mouth, brain, and a different perspective • With these added attributes, the Team shall strive to provide the wrestlers with a higher quality officiated match

  9. Assistant Referee • WORK AS A TEAM!! • Think of it as: • Head Referee has a vote of 51% • Assistant Referee has a vote of 49% • Both people MUST leave their egos behind • Get it right!! • First on, last off • Referee typically is at the table • Assistant should be in the middle of the mat

  10. Assistant Referee • Stay 180 degrees opposite Referee • Don’t crowd the Referee • Don’t block the view of the timer and scorer • Expectations • Referee’s position • Get closer when wrestlers are going out of bounds • Referee to table • Assistant should stay with wrestlers in 10 foot circle

  11. Assistant Referee • Be in position to see clock • Did the clock start? • At the beginning of the period • After each restart • Did the horn go off at end of each period? • 30 seconds, 10-5-2-1??, then tap Referee

  12. Assistant Referee • Verbally communicate infractions to Referee • Work out and pre-arranged signals • Use correct hand signals-false starts/locked hands • Walk behind Referee and say “Red” not “Stalling Red” • Refresh Head Referee with caution warnings going into overtime

  13. Assistant Referee • Stay on your feet during pinning and near fall situations • Referee is looking for the pin • Assistant Referee is looking for illegal holds and at the clock • Don’t be on your belly saying “Right shoulder down”

  14. Assistant Referee • Have Head Official stop match ASAP when you disagree • Meet briefly away from wrestlers and coaches • Referee will inform coaches and table about any changes in scoring • Pat Referee on back and act like you agree –even if you don’t • Once Referee and Assistant Referee have agreed- DO NOT let coaches change your call

  15. Assistant Referee • Coaches are not permitted to formally address Assistant Referee • Assistant should: • Point towards Scorer’s Table • Use “Yield” sigh and defer to Head Official • Be professional and stay in the match • Don’t fold your arms across your chest • Do act interested

  16. Assistant Referee • Don’t be afraid to give your opinion • If Referee just had a tough call • If you agree-tell him great call • If you disagree-say “Let’s Talk” • Don’t say “I wish you had come to me”

  17. Assistant Referee • FIRST ON, LAST OFF • PRACTICE THIS ALWAYS • CLINICIANS DEMONSTRATE

  18. Assistant Referee • During the FIRST ON, LAST OFF exercise was the Assistant Referee in a position to see: • Bench to table to colors? • Wrestler go to coach’s corner? • Losing wrestler fling his headgear? • Loser displaying unsportmanlike gesture to winning coach?

  19. Assistant Referee • STAY 180 DEGREES (OPPOSITE REF) • CLINICIANS DEMONSTRATE

  20. Assistant Referee • During the previous exercise did the Assistant Referee: • Stay 180 degrees opposite from the Referee? • Close down as wrestlers are going out of bounds? • Get too close (crowd) the Referee? • Block the view of the scorer and timer? • Get at right angle during Referee’s position?

  21. Assistant Referee • REFEREE TO TABLE • CLINICIANS DEMONSTRATE

  22. Assistant Referee • During the previous exercise when the Referee was buzzed to the table did the Assistant Referee: • Stay with wrestlers in 10 foot circle? • Allow wrestlers to wander off to coach’s corner? • Allow coaches to toss water bottles to wrestlers?

  23. Assistant Referee • BE IN POSITION TO SEE CLOCK • CLINCIANS DEMONSTRATE

  24. Assistant Referee • During the previous exercise did the Assistant Referee: • Maintain a position to see the clock? • Glance over to see if the clock started? • At the beginning of the period? • After each restart? • Notify the Referee at 30 Seconds, 10-5-2-1? • Tap Referee at the end of each period?

  25. Assistant Referee • VERBALLY COMMUNICATE INFRACTIONS TO REFEREE • CLINCIANS DEMONSTRATE

  26. Assistant Referee • During the previous exercise did the Assistant Referee: • Verbally communicate infractions to Referee? • Use correct hand signals for false starts/locked hands and verbally call out to Referee? • Walk behind Referee and say “Red” not “Stalling Red” • Talk quietly enough so only Referee to hear-NOT wrestlers and coaches?

  27. Assistant Referee • STAY ON YOUR FEET DURING PINNING AND NEAR FALL SITUATIONS • CLINCIANS DEMONSTRATE

  28. Assistant Referee • During the previous exercise did the Assistant Referee: • Stay upright during pinning and near fall situations? • Stay out of Referee’s way? • Maintain a good position to observe: • Legal headlocks slip into an illegal hold? • Clock and tap Referee at end of period? • Shots to the face of offensive wrestler? • Dive onto the mat and say “He’s stuck?”

  29. Assistant Referee • STOP MATCH ASAP WHEN YOU DISAGREE • CLINCIANS DEMONSTRATE

  30. Assistant Referee • During the previous exercise when they disagreed, did they: • Stop match at the right time or ASAP? • Get far away from wrestlers and coaches? • Properly inform coaches and table about any change in scoring? • Act like they agreed-even if they really did not? • Let coaches influence or change their call?

  31. Assistant Referee • COACHES ARE NOT PERMITTED TO ADDRESS ASSISTANT REFEREE • CLINCIANS DEMONSTRATE

  32. Assistant Referee • During the previous exercise did the Assistant Referee communicate to the coach that they are not allowed to talk to Assistant Referee by: • Pointing towards scorer’s table? • Indicating that the coach should “Take the Referee to the Table” • Using “Yield” sign • Indicating that the coach should “Not try to talk to Referee through the Assistant”

  33. Assistant Referee • BE PROFESSIONAL & STAY IN THE MATCH • CLINCIANS DEMONSTRATE

  34. Assistant Referee • During the previous exercise did the Assistant Referee: • Act in a professional manner? • Have arms folded across chest? • Looked bored? • Look like he wanted to be on the whistle? • Stay in the match? • Look over at matches on another mat? • Let mind wander?

  35. Assistant Referee • DON’T BE AFRAID TO GIVE YOUR OPINION • CLINCIANS DEMONSTRATE

  36. Assistant Referee • During the previous exercise when the Referee had a tough call, did the Assistant Referee: • Give an opinion? • Between matches or in locker room say “I wich You had come to me” • Did they work as a TEAM? • Head Referee has a vote of 51% • Assistant Referee has a vote of 49% • Were their egos obvious out on the mat?

  37. Stalling • In order to be effective in calling stalling, referee must have: • Intimate knowledge, understanding, and insight into the sport of wrestling • Official must insist that • Both wrestlers strive to improve and are working for takedowns and escapes

  38. Stalling • Each wrestler is responsible for creating action • Official must be able to: • Recognize difference between efforts and action meant to look ‘busy’ i.e. ‘fake wrestling’ • Discern who can execute and who is the one that will not execute • Show consistency

  39. Stalling • Action/Inaction • Call at end of match must also be called at the beginning • Different situations • Different pressures • Flow of match will vary throughout Criteria and Application of stalling should remain the same

  40. Stalling -Neutral Position • Upper body tie-up without an attempt to take down your opponent • Blocking with forearm, chest against upper body, arm included (Yield sign-explain) • Faking contact • Grasping • One leg, hands, and/or wrist without follow through to takedown • Playing the edge of the mat • No takedown attempts (counters only) • Backing up (three steps)

  41. Stalling –Top (Offensive) Position • Being content to ride your opponent • Trapping an ankle with a tight waist • After breaking opponent down • Securing deep half, or arm bar and staying parallel • While in rear standing position-no attempts to bring opponent to mat

  42. Stalling –Top (Offensive) Position • Applying cross body (grapevine) while opponent is on the way up or is standing • Only visual hand signals indicating stalling • 5 seconds for heel trapped to buttocks (broken down on the mat) • Stalemate calls • Cross body for riding only • Cradle in BUT no turn for back points

  43. Stalling –Bottom (Defensive) Position • Defensive wrestler must improve • Work up head, buttocks or shoulders • Not required to endanger themselves • Basing out (Referee’s position) • Hands on chin, elbows together (posing or boxing position)

  44. Stalling –Bottom (Defensive) Position • Grasping opponent’s hands and holding on (including cross-body ride) • Possible stalemate situation • If repeated, warn bottom man for stalling • Crawling to the edge of the mat

  45. Stalling Three Distinct Mindsets to Stalling • Regular Match (first 6 minutes) • Work towards a fall • Overtime (6th-7th minute) • Take down (usually) wins the match • Tiebreaker • Top wrestler rides opponent out or scores • Bottom wrestler scores

  46. Stalling • Tie breaker information • Repeatedly grasping leg • Stalemate first, then • Stall warning (or penalty) • Rear standing position without attempting to return opponent to mat • Stalemate first, then • Warning (or penalty) for stalling • Lifting opponent into air • Stalemate first, then • Warning (or penalty) for stalling

  47. Fleeing the Mat • To avoid a scoring opportunity • Going out of bounds • Forcing opponent out of bounds • SEEKING A SAFE HAVEN • Referee can award BOTH action/penalty points • Action points (escape/reversal, takedown) • Penalty points –fleeing the mat • Playing the edge of the mat is stalling, NOT fleeing the mat

  48. Special Points of Emphasis • Open discussion at a certified clinic • Points attendees want to discuss • Illegal holds • Refresh Head Referee with caution warnings going into overtime • Stalling- 1st 30 seconds vs. last 30 seconds • Cisco demonstration