|BASEBALL||Rawlings CIF-SS Must be CIFSS stamped ball; not an alternative Rawlings ball Rawlings RCIF-SS New option introduced for 2015 baseball season|
|BOYS BASKETBALL||Spalding TF1000 NFHS Classic NFHS; Spalding TF1000 Legacy NFHS; Spalding TF1000ZK NFHS|
|GIRLS BASKETBALL||Spalding TF1000 NFHS Classic 28.5 NFHS; Spalding TF1000 Legacy 28.5 NFHS; Spalding TF1000ZK28.5 NFHS|
|FOOTBALL||Spalding ball with NFHS; any Spalding model with NFHS stamp|
|SOCCER||Spalding TF-SC5 NFHS for both boys and girls use. Spalding TF-SC3 NFHS for both boys and girls use. Spalding TF5000 NFHS for both boys and girls use.|
|SOFTBALL||Dudley CFP12Y NFHS|
|TENNIS||Wilson Tennis Ball; NFHS stamp not required|
|VOLLEYBALL||Spalding with NFHS stamp: TF-VB5, TF-VB3 Spalding with NFHS stamp: TF5000, TF3000, TF1500|
|BOYS WATER POLO||KAP7 model 105 with NFHS stamp|
|GIRLS WATER POLO||KAP7 model 104 with NFHS stamp|
All playoff ball adoptions agreements with the CIF-SS run through June 30, 2021 except for Tennis (06/2017) Mandatory Playoff Use Requirement The Mandatory “official” ball rule for all playoff rounds, excluding golf. The rule applies throughout the conduct of all CIF-SS playoff contests. Playoff Ball Use Rule Enforcement: Should a school fail to provide the correct game ball, the game will always be played. Teams/schools failing to utilize the correct official ball in the CIF-SS playoffs will be reported by officials to CIF-SS and will not be allowed to host their next available home playoff game. Penalty does carry over to the next season if not enforceable this season due to elimination.
Note: NFHS stamp is required in all sports except golf and tennis.