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  1. Since NFHS is concerned with safety, this ruling/interpretation makes no sense. This case book "Situation" doesn't even align with the rule. The rule which speaks to "jumping, hurdling, and leaping" is 8-4-2b2. So, unless the fielder is "lying in the ground", there should NEVER be ANY KIND of "jumping, hurdling, or leaping". There doesn't need to be some outlandish interpretation. The language of the rule is quite clear. All this case book passage does is muddy the water. The PlayPik is even quite clear AND aligns with the language of the rule. If this is what the NFHS wants us to call
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