Watch along the near lane line as Grant from Dematha pushes through a marginal (open to discussion) illegal screen by Gonzaga #15. The important takeaway from this play is to discuss who is responsible for getting this play in a crew of three. The center is able to referee through his passive matchup and come and get this rough play that demands a whistle. Instead of pinching the paint, the lead should have stayed wider along the endline which would have given him a better chance of seeing this screening play develop and not be surprised by the contact. If C and L fail to recognize this type of play, the trail could have a whistle since he doesn't have any active or engaged matchups and should be officiating with a "big picture" mentality. Be sure to discuss officiating matchups and screening coverage principles during your pregames.
The screener is pushed in the back as she attempts to go towards the goal.
The trail official does a great job staying connected on this play. As the play goes away, he stays engaged and correctly calls a defensive foul on white for pushing through the screen.
As we referee this play we see the center official does a great job refereeing multiple match ups as the ball is throw in bounds. He does not get fooled by White #6 flailing his arms as he runs through the screen.