|Zebras keep getting between my camera|
and the action. Growl!
|Outlaws games have five officials plus a time keeper. |
Only one wears a white hat. Wonder why?
Then I thought this might make a good blog post. If I wonder about the zebras, maybe you do too.
At Outlaws games there are five officials, plus a timekeeper. They are:
|I like this photo because is shows both the referee and|
umpire. It also shows how much goes on when twenty-two
players are doing battle. It takes several zebras to keep order.
|I think he's the back judge because he lines up deep|
in the defensive backfield and is in the best position to
cover a long scoring play.
|I don't know if this official is the head linesman or just a plain old linesman. I can tell|
you that Outlaw Fuller does make the tackle.
|Line judge, or is he the head linesman, running along with|
the play. He needs to watch the runner's feet to see if
she steps out of bounds before crossing the goal line.
|I like this photo because of the official's concentration. These men take their job seriously.|
|I just like this shot. He is either a line judge or head |
linesman. He takes his job seriously.
The next post will be part two about the zebras. In particular, we'll focus on Calvin Towns. After that, I should be ready with a couple more player profiles, Maile and Malia Capers-Cristobal.