Scorekeeper Referee

Description/Responsibilities Referee/Scorekeeper volunteers assist with recording and verifying scores using either score sheets or electronic tablets.

• Record scores using TM Mobile app or paper score sheets. • If acting in a referee role as well as a Scorekeeper role, interpret and enforce the rules of the game.
• Verify recorded scores with the Head Referee as needed and with the student Drivers after each match. • Write legibly on all scoring documents.

Experience and Skills Needed • Experienced volunteers preferred for Referee role; Scorekeepers only can be new volunteers and trained quickly • Apply knowledge of the game and rules • Pay attention to detail and be impartial • Work effectively as a member of a team • Interact positively with students

Physical Activity
Constant Standing & Walking

Training Before Event
• Get familiar with how matches are run. It is helpful to attend a local event prior to volunteering, though not required. • Read the Official VEX IQ Challenge Next Level Game Manual found at the bottom of the VEX IQ Challenge page, paying special attention to The Game section. • Review the Referee Guide, Referee Videos, and all online training materials, which may include documents, score sheets, examples, and videos. On the Volunteers – Volunteer Resources page select the VEX IQ tab and click on Referee/Scorekeeper to reveal available training resources. • Refer to the score sheets on Page 2 of this document as examples of how to fill out paper score sheets correctly.

Dress Code Wear comfortable team-neutral clothing appropriate for a school related event, closed toe shoes, and a Referee or volunteer shirt (if provided).