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How do I record a shootout?

If the Game Setting "Has Overtimes" is set to Yes, then when a game ends in a tie, the Next Period button will appear. If there is an overtime period then press Next Period. If there is a shootout, don't press Next Period but instead, tap on the first player involved in the shootout, scroll to the bottom of the Action dialog, select Shootout Kick and record the result of the kick. Continue this sequence until the shootout is over. When the shootout is complete, press the Options button in the bottom bar and select End Game.

If the Game Setting "Has Overtimes" is set to No, then when a game ends in a tie, the game will say Final but you can tap on the first player involved in the shootout, scroll to the bottom of the Action dialog, select Shootout Kick and record the result of the kick. Continue this sequence until the shootout is over. When the shootout is complete, press the Options button in the bottom bar and select End Game.

iScore will record the game as a tie for the team's overall record regardless of who wins the shootout. According to NCAA Soccer rules, Section 7 Article 2:

Article 2. All contests decided by the tiebreaker procedure of taking kicks from the penalty-kick line or spot shall be counted as ties for each team's overall record. The score shall be recorded as a tie.
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