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  • 9/17/2019

    The annual Basketball Rules Clinic for commissioners will be conducted on Friday, October 25, 2019 at 9am in the OSAA Board Room at the OSAA Office in Wilsonville.

    Please note that a representative of your local association is required to attend the meeting in order for your officials to be eligible for State Championship assignments.

    Contact Kyle Stanfield at kyles@osaa.org, Kris Welch at krisw@osaa.org , or Meridith Pyle at meridithp@osaa.org for more information.

  • 9/16/2019

    Each basketball official who registers through Arbiter will receive a packet with the following contents:

     

    Item Price
    NFHS Rules Book, Case Book, Manual $24.00
    NFHS Insurance $17.00
    OAOA Dues $20.00
    Criminal History Check $7.00
    OSAA Certification Patch $2.00
    Sport Specific Pre-Season Guide $2.00
    Leadership Officiating Guide $2.00
    Shipping/Handling Fee (all packets are mailed) $5.00
    TOTAL $79.00
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  • 5/29/2019


    The OSAA is excited to introduce Cam Rust as the new Basketball State Rules Interpreter (SRI).  Cam replaces Steve Bulen who moved on from the position at the conclusion of the 2018-19 basketball season. 
     
    Cam is nearing his 30th year of officiating in the Portland Basketball Officials Association (PBOA).  His commitment to high school basketball has allowed himMore...

  • 12/7/2018

    Playoff and Final Site Allocations are now posted at /Groups/105990/Library/files/Basketball Officials Post-Season.pdf

  • 11/7/2018

    One of the NFHS points of emphasis this year is traveling. Many officials call traveling when a move “looks funny”. Because a move or play looks funny it doesn’t necessarily mean it should be called a travel. Traveling is outlined by rule 4-44 in the rule book. Not only is it important to read the definition of traveling, but itMore...

  • 7/30/2018

    Steps to complete the concussion course:

    1. Click the right-most tab titled ELIGIBILITY in the black navigation bar near the top of the page.
    2. This brings up your Eligibility Center; under the Started section, click an eligibility to expand its listing.
    3. A list will appear showing the requirements for the selected eligibility; next to the "Understanding Concussions - What Officials Need to Know" item, click the View Clinic link.
    4. A pop-up dialog will appear; click the OK button to proceed.
    5. The training course will load in another window on a platform hosted by BrainShark. The course takes about 10 minutes to complete.
    6. Within BrainShark, the icon displayed in the upper-right indicates your completion status. This icon will appear red to let you know that you still have more course slides to complete. After you have completed the course, ensure that this icon appears green - noting that you have met all of the completion criteria.
    7. You will receive an email from noreplies@brainshark.com confirming you’ve completed the OSAA concussion course with a PDF certificate attachment.
  • 7/29/2018

    Understanding Eligibility Levels

    A new function in Arbiter allows the OSAA to set levels of certification and require officials to complete specific tasks in order to attain the varying levels of certification.  This video explains how the new system works.

    CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO

    Checking your Eligibility Level

    A screen capture showing officials every step needed to check their eligibility status

    CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO

    Checking your OCEP Certification

    A screen capture showing officials every step needed to check their OCEP status

    CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO

  • 10/24/2017

    When using three-person mechanics, officials will not switch on non-shooting fouls called in the backcourt. The calling official will move to the reporting area, report the foul and move back to his/her original position.

 
 
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