Sport Managers: Michael Taylor, Wayne Country Day School,
919- 221-8980, firstname.lastname@example.org
Corey Gesell, High Point Christian Academy
335-841-8702 x 174, email@example.com
1A Sport Chair: Robert Kravitz, TIC, Lawrence Academy,
1A Site Director: Rob Salter, CPIC, Greenfield School,
2A Sport Chair: Dan Bozarth, T AC, Caldwell Academy,
2A Site Director: Mike Kearney, CRC Arendell Parrott Academy,
252-552-4222 or 252-361-9063, firstname.lastname@example.org
3A Sport Chair: Corey Gesell, PACIS, High Point Christian Academy,
336-841-8702, x174, cgesell@hpcacoug ars.org
3A Site Directors: Mark Jones and David Houseton, CISAA, Covenant Day School,
704-814-2385, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
1A SEEDING COMMITTEE
Robert Kravitz, Chair, TIC, LA
John Daly, SPAA, HCA
Axel Smith, CIC, OS
Andy Jackson, CCC, CCS
Daniel Johnson, CPIC, GS
Oak Ridge Military Academy -Ind
Shannon Forest Chr. Sch. -CAA
Trinity Christian School -Ind
Word of God Chr. Acad. -Ind
2A SEEDING COMMITTEE
Dan Bozarth, Chair, TAC, CA
Greg Clifton, CIC, FCS
James Gilliam, MAC, CFCA
Winfred Johnson, CRC, HCA
Jeff Ayers, EPIC, GCS
Asheville Christian Academy - CAA
Calvary Baptist Day School - PACIS
Carolina Day School - CAA
Concord First Assembly - MAC
Davidson Day School - PACIS
Epiphany School - CIC
Faith Christian School - CIC
Gaston Day School - MAC
Northside Christian Academy - MAC
Rocky Mount Academy - CIC
Village Christian Academy – Ind.
Westminster Catawba - MAC
3A SEEDING COMMITTEE
Corey Gesell, Chair, PACIS, HPCA,
David Houseton, CISAA, CDS
Randy Johnson, TISAC, WCA
Pat James, CAA, CS
Darren Adams, MAC, MCA
Asheville School - CAA
Christ School - CAA
Rabun Gap School - CAA
OFFICIALS: The host team will provide officials certified by NCISAA approved booking agents. These officials will be paid directly from gate receipts. A three man crew will be used for semi- finals and finals.
GAME BALLS: Game balls when not furnished by a sponsor should be
provided by the home team. Other necessary equipment will also be provided by the home team. A Wilson A1010 should be used.
ADMISSION: Unless otherwise specified, admission for NCISAA play-off events is $7.00 per adult for first round games, $10.00 per adult for semi-finals and finals and $5.00 per NCISAA student. Children under the age of eight will be admitted free. 100% of gate receipts, after approved expenses, is due the NCISAA.
1A/2A/3A RULES: First and second round games will be played at the site of the higher seeded team. In all games, the higher seeded team is the home team. Rained out games must be played on the next available playing date and will be resumed at the point of interruption. No player may pitch more than 10 innings during any consecutive three-day period. One pitch constitutes an inning pitched or an appearance. All games will be single elimination play-offs except for the championship which will be a 2 out of 3 series in which the higher seed will be the home team in the first and third games. The ten run rule should be employed after five innings. Any member school must play a minimum of 4 contests on 4 separate dates to be eligible to participate in state play-off competition. Unless otherwise specified, National High School Federation rules will apply.
The NCISAA prohibits the use of breakaway bases in varsity Baseball.
National High School Federation rules will apply to all cases not specifically covered by these regulations. Any member school must play a minimum of 4 contests on 4 separate dates to be eligible to participate in state play-off competition.
SUSPENDED GAMES: A game called for any reason, where a winner cannot be determined will be treated as a suspended game. If the game is to be completed it will be continued from the point of suspension, with the lineup and batting order of each team the same as the lineup and batting order at the moment of suspension, subject to the rules of the game. If more than 4 ½ innings have been played and a winner can be determined, the game is over (including play off games). After 5 innings, if the visiting team scores a tying or go ahead run in their top half of the inning and the home team does not have an opportunity to bat or complete its time at bat, the game is treated as a suspended game. If a game is called prior to the completion of a full inning after the fifth inning, the game becomes a suspended game in the following situation: The visiting team has scored one or more runs to tie the score or to take the lead, and the home team has not tied the score or retaken the lead. PLAY – The sixth inning begins with score H-6, V-5. Visitors score two runs in their half of the inning. Game is called because of rain with (a) two outs in the bottom of the sixth and the score H-6, V-7 or (b) following the completion of the home team’s turn at bat with the score H-6, V-7. RULING: In (a) the game is suspended and resumed on the next possible date at the point of interruption. In (b) the game is official, with the final score H-6, V-7. A suspended game does not count against the weekly limitations in the week in which it is completed.
ROTATION: See RULES/REGULATIONS page.
|State Championship Trophy||1||1||1|
|State Runner-Up Trophy||1||1||1|
|Individual Gold Medals to Championship Team||20||20||20|
|Individual Silver Medals to Runner-Up Team||20||20||20|