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Author Topic: Where's your wrangler?  (Read 13397 times)

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Re: Where's your wrangler?
« Reply #15 on: August 04, 2011, 08:48:42 pm »

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Re: Where's your wrangler?
« Reply #16 on: August 05, 2011, 12:09:07 am »
Thanks for your help, all! Now I have MORE questions!

I also carry a clipboard to keep notes on, such as any players starting the jam with 3 minors.
So, JK, do you not make all notes of all penalties on a clipboard to report to the trackers? I was taught to do it that way, but that was only one teacher, so I'm all ears to what works for you or any other league out there.

B. How in the world do your wranglers stay with the IPRs? Maybe my league just likes to skate obscenely fast. My other concern is the lack of space in the center, because every time I feel like I have a good rhythm going, I nearly get run over by the JRs, or I'm ducking between the tracker and jam timer.

C. Do you not put codes for the penalties on the whiteboard? What do you use instead? Just hash marks? Both majors and minors? Do you also keep count of the timeouts taken on the whiteboard? How big (especially, how tall?) is your whiteboard?

D. I trained two trackers at last night's inter-league scrimmage. Both had issues going to the right half of the page for a penalty (black was at the top, and white at the bottom, using WFTDA's stat sheet). If you go with 1 tracker, would you suggest making color cues in the page margins? If you have 2 trackers (1 for each team), do they wear wristbands like the JRs and scorekeepers?

My apologies for being such a PITA but ya'll are really helpful. Thanks.

Brandywine Roller Girls Head NSO


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