88 Aldo Sebben th Missouri State Relays “America’s Oldest High School Only Invitational” 27 2010 Mo. April 27, 2010 - Plaster Sports Complex - Springfield, Mo. 88th Aldo Sebben Missouri State Relays General Information Entry Information Date: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 Entry Limits: Each team may enter: • Up to two athletes per individual event. Location: Missouri State University, Springfield, Mo. • One team per relay event. • Athletes may not compete in more than four total Eligibility: This meet is open to all MSHSAA schools. Out events. of state teams may request entry in advance. Teams that have more than two highly competitive athletes in the same event are welcome to make requests for Facilities: MSU’s 16,600 seat Plaster Sports Complex is additional entries to the meet director. the largest track and field stadium in Missouri. Features include: Entry System: The entry process will take place online. • 8-lane synthetic all-weather surface. To access the online entry system go online to • Two runways with four pits for horizontal jumps. www.BearsTrack.net and click on “Home Meets”. No other • Venues for pole vault and high jump. method of entry submission will be accepted. • Field Turf synthetic infield that can be utilized for warm-ups under all weather conditions. Entries Due – THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd / 11:00PM: • Top of the line throwing venues for discus and All team and individual event entries must be completed by shot put that opened in the spring of 2007. 11:00PM on Thursday, April 23rd. Entries may be • New in 2008 a nearly $2 Million video scoreboard submitted, updated and / or changed online at any now and which will allow for instant results posting. up until the deadline. All relay only athletes must also be • Skybox luxury suites for coach hospitality. entered into the online system. Divisions: Athletes compete together in their events Entries and Schedule Posted – SUNDAY, APRIL 25th: regardless of division. Awards and team scores are Entries and a final competition schedule will be posted at separated by divisions. Awards Divisions are: Maroon – www.BearsTrack.net no later than Sunday, April 25th. Meet 3A/4A, White – 1A/2A. Non-Missouri schools will be management reserve the right to refuse entries if entries assigned to the correct division by meet management based exceed expectations or entry marks are non-competitive. on MSHSAA enrollment standards. FEES: The max entry fees are $80 per gender team or $20 Awards: A total of 408 medals and 12 trophies will be per individual. Entry fees will be based on the total number awarded in the following categories for boys and girls: of athletes entered, not the total number that compete. • Total of Six Individuals Per Event (Awarded Top Three Schools may pay by cash or check (No PO’s should be Individuals Per Division). sent). Receipts will be included in team packets. • Total of Six Teams Per Relay Event (Awarded Top Three Relay Teams Per Division). Entry fee checks should be payable to “MSU Track and • Total of Six Teams Overall (Awarded Top Three Teams Field” and submitted on meet day or received by MSU Track Per Division). and Field no late than 30 days of the competition. Mail fees to: Team Scoring: 1st (10pts), 2nd (8pts), 3rd (6pts), 4th (5pts), 5th (4pts), 6th (3pts), 7th (2pts), 8th (1pt). Missouri State University Track and Field Office Timing / Results: Professional operated FinishLynx 901 S. National Ave. timing and Hy-Tek meet manager by AdkinsTrak, Inc. Springfield, MO 65897 IMPORTANT: Please instruct your school to send checks to Contact: Greg Hipp, Meet Director the exact above address so that your fees arrive at the • Phone: 417.836.4498 correct campus office. • E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Teams not submitting payment within 30 days of the competition will be charged a $25 late fee per gender. 88th Aldo Sebben Missouri State Relays Meet Day Information Admission: Admission is $2.00 for spectators. Students Cars and vans should park in the parking deck west of the are admitted free. Coaches will need their coach’s track or in lots south of the track (Lots 18 and 22). credential to enter the stadium. The “Red Route” campus shuttle picks up at the parking Athletic Trainers: Trainers will be available at the decks and drops off on the east side of the track. Bus stadium. Trainers will not provide supplies for non- drivers should walk to the south side of the parking deck emergency needs. Athletes and coaches may not go to the next to Lot 44 to get on the shuttle. Forsythe Athletics Center Athletic Training Room. Results: Results will be posted underneath the east side Awards: Awards will be available for pick up by coaches of the stadium. Copies of results will not be available at the 30 minutes after track events and 60 minutes after field meet. Results will be posted at BearsTrack.net (Click on events in the coaches’ hospitality room. If you would like to home meets) as soon as possible after the meet. have your awards mailed please drop off a self addressed large padded envelope to the awards room with $5.00 for Seating / Team Camps: Seating is open in the stadiums shipping costs. lower sections. The upper deck is closed. Athletes and teams should not set team camps in the seating directly in Check-In: For each track event athletes must be checked front of the finish line. Tents and umbrellas can only be in by the start time of the event immediately prior to their placed in the back/upper rows of the stadium. There is event. Track athletes check in on the field in the south end limited space for teams to set up camps underneath the zone. Field athletes should check in at least 30 minutes stadium. Please do not block walkways or the results prior at their field event area. Event calls will be made from posting area with team camps. the check in tent on the infield and may not be heard from the stadium seats. Athletes are responsible for being at Stadium Field Access: The infield is open to coaches and their events on time. for athlete warm-ups. Athletes should not be on the field when they are not preparing to compete. Please enter the Coaches Hospitality: Hospitality will be available on the infield from open gates. Please instruct athletes not to stadiums second level luxury suites accessible from the grey climb fences or jump over rails to enter the infield. doors on the north side of the stadium throughout the day. A full lunch is not being served. Starting Blocks / Relay Zones: Please prepare athletes to set their blocks and relay zones quickly due to the fast Credentials: Each school will receive coach credentials for paced nature of the meet schedule. each gender team they have entered. These passes will be needed for entry into the stadium, entry onto the field and Team Packets: Packet pick-up will take place at the south for coach’s hospitality. These passes can only be used by admissions gate near the bus drop off by the Grand St. official school coaches. doors. Emergency: In the event of a weather evacuation Throwing Venues: The throwing venues are in the field (lightning) it will be mandatory to exit the stadium and directly behind the Forsythe Athletics Center and library. To move to McDonald Arena north of the stadium. arrive at throwing venues walk north of the track on the red brick road. For the shot put walk around front of the library Finish Line Times: Results will be posted instantly on the turning right at Hammons Parkway. For the discus walk video scoreboard. around the back the library and the Forsythe Athletics Center. Thrower and coaches needing restrooms may enter Food / Refreshments: The Student Union food court is the Forsythe Athletics Center. Restrooms are near the front open and is just northeast of the stadium. of the building. Parking: Buses may drop off south of the track in Throwing Implement Certification: Throwing westbound curb lane of Grand St. Please instruct bus implements are subject to being certified at the request of drivers NOT TO USE STOP SIGNS as traffic flow must be event officials. allowed to continue. Buses must park in lot 44. To get to lot 44 continue down Grand St., turn right onto Kimbrough, T-Shirts: Missouri State Track and Field t-shirts will be on then turn right on Elm St. Lot 44 is ahead on the left. sale for $15.00 at the south admissions gate. 88th Aldo Sebben Missouri State Relays Schedule THE SCHEDULE WILL ROLL AHEAD IF ABLE Track Events: Field Events Schedule: 12:00 p.m. Boy’s 110m Hurdles (Prelim) Vertical Jump Schedule: Girls 100m Hurdles (Prelim) (Five Alive Method) 12:30 p.m. Boy’s 100m Dash (Prelim) 12:00 p.m. Boy’s High Jump (Opening Height = 5’4”) Girl’s 100m Dash (Prelim) 2:00 p.m. Girl’s Pole Vault (Opening Height = 7’0”) 1:00 p.m. Girl’s 4x800m Relay (Final) 3:30 p.m. Girl’s High Jump (Opening Height = 4’4”) Boy’s 4x800m Relay (Final) 4:00 p.m. Boy’s Pole Vault (Opening Height = 9’6”) 1:30 p.m. Girl’s 100m Hurdles (Final) Boy’s 110m Hurdle (Final) Horizontal Jumps Schedule: 1:40 p.m. Girl’s 100m Dash (Final) (4 Attempts Per Athlete, No Final) Boy’s 100m Dash (Final) 12:00 p.m. Girl's Long Jump (Min. Mark = 13’6”) 1:50 p.m. Girl’s 4x200m Relay (Final) 12:00 p.m. Boy's Long Jump (Min. Mark = 17’6”) Boy’s 4x200m Relay (Final) 3:30 p.m. Girl's Triple Jump (Min. Mark = 28’0”) 2:35 p.m. Girl’s 1600m Run (Final) 3:30 p.m. Boy's Triple Jump (Min. Mark = 36’0”) Boy’s 1600m Run (Final) 3:15 p.m. Girl’s 4x100m Relay (Final) Throwing Events Schedule: Boy’s 4x100m Relay (Final) (4 Attempts Per Athlete, No Final) 3:40 p.m. Girl’s 400m Dash (Final) 12:00 p.m. Boy's Discus Throw (Min. Mark = 90’0”) Boy’s 400m Dash (Final) 12:00 p.m. Girl's Shot Put (Min. Mark = 25’0”) 4:15 p.m. Girl’s 300m Hurdles (Final) 3:30 p.m. Girl's Discus Throw (Min. Mark = 70’0”) Boy’s 300m Hurdles (Final) 3:30 p.m. Boy's Shot Put (Min. Mark = 35’0”) 4:45 p.m. Girl’s 800m Dash (Final) Boy’s 800m Dash (Final) Note: 5:10 p.m. Girl’s 200m Dash (Final) Qualifying Procedure for 100m Dash, 100m/110m Hurdles Boy’s 200m Dash (Final) Finals – Qualifying is by time for a two section final. Eight athletes per division will qualify for a seeded multi-division 5:40 p.m. Girl’s 3200m Run (Final) final. Boy’s 3200m Run (Final) 6:25 p.m. Girl’s 4x400m Relay (Final) Explanation of Five Alive Method: Five athletes are active Boy’s 4x400m Relay (Final) or “alive” at a time. Once an athlete has cleared or missed 3 attempts at a height another athlete shall be added to Note: the group of active athletes, moving down the order of competition until all athletes have completed attempts at The Sprint Medley Relay will not be contested in 2010. each height. Athletes not present when called “alive” will be passed to the next height. Min. Marks: Athletes attempts that do not meet minimum marks will not be measured or recorded. Coaches are encouraged only to enter athletes who are able to obtain the minimum marks. 88th Aldo Sebben Missouri State Relays Meet Records Boys 100-meter dash: 10.44, Terry Scott, Kansas City Southeast, 1982 200-meter dash: 21.71, Eric Clemons, Jefferson City, 1990; Chris Weimer, Blue Springs South, 1996 400-meter dash: 48.77, Gene Coleman, Rolla, 1992 800-meter run: 1:54.42, Josh Harper, West Plains, 2003 1600-meter run: 4:15.41, DeWayne Miner, Bolivar, 1990 3200-meter run: 9:17.18, Jason Sandfort, West Plains, 2001 110-meter hurdles: 14.34, Keyen Porter, Blue Springs South, 2008 300-meter hurdles: 39.01, Lucas Bateman, Waynesville, 2008 400-meter relay: 43.21, Joplin High School, 2004 800-meter relay: 1:29.59, Springfield Central, 2009 1600-meter relay: 3:20.89 Waynesville, 2008 Sprint Medley Relay: 3:33.63, Joplin High School, 2004 3200-meter relay: 8:06.22, Carthage, 1989 High Jump: 6’ 10", B. Jasinski, Springfield Parkview, 1982; M. Greer, Logan-Rogersville, 1989 Long Jump: 23’ 6", Felix Rodriguez, Crocker, 1991 Triple Jump: 47’ 6 3/4", Mike Greer, Logan-Rogersville, 1989 Pole Vault: 15’ 9", Bruce Dial, Mount Vernon, 1992 Shot Put: 59’ 6", Bruce McGee, Neosho, 1977 Discus: 172’ 1 1/2", Joe Close, Springfield Parkview, 1982 Girls 100-Meter Dash: 12.11, Terry Barwes, Waynesville, 2002 200-Meter Dash: 25.39, Jeni King, Jefferson City, 1989 400-Meter Dash: 57.00, Ashley Wysong, Nevada, 1995 800-Meter Run: 2:18.58, Erin Windler, Blue Springs South, 1995 1600-Meter Run: 5:07.83, Ashley Sanders, Clinton, 2002 3200-Meter Run: 11:02.78, Brittani Johnson, West Plains, 2006 100-Meter Hurdles: 14.07, Trace Woods, Mount Vernon, 1988 300-Meter Hurdles: 45.09, Tracy Partain, Parkview, 2002 400-Meter Relay: 49.81, Waynesville, 2002 800-Meter Relay: 1:45.13, Center, 2008 1600-Meter Relay: 4:05.76, Kansas City Ruskin 1991 Sprint-Medley Relay: 4:15.93, West Plains, 1995 3200-Meter Relay: 9:38.25, Neosho, 2009 High Jump: 5 feet 8 inches, Keeling Harding, Carthage, 1990 Long Jump: 18 feet 8 1/2 inches, Lacreda Rimmer, Kansas City Ruskin, 2002 Triple Jump: 39 feet 5 inches, Lucretia Rimmer, Kansas City Ruskin, 2001 Shot Put: 44 feet 8 1/2 inches, Denise Buchanan, Springfield Glendale, 1983 Discus: 147 feet 5 inches, Valeyta Althous, Blue Springs, 1991 Pole Vault: 12 feet 0 inches, Tara Deibold, Branson, 2006 Missouri State University Plaster Sports Complex Stadium Map Campus / Parking Map 88th Aldo Sebben Missouri State Relays Directions To Missouri State University (Bus Drop Off Location): From I-44: 1. Use exit 82A (Highway 65 South) 2. Exit onto Chestnut Expressway, turn right. 3. Turn left onto National Ave. 4. Turn right onto Grand St. (Merge into the curb lane) From Hwy 65 Southbound: 1. Exit onto Chestnut Expressway, turn right 2. Turn left onto National Ave. 3. Turn right onto Grand St. (Merge into the curb lane) From Hwy 65 Northbound: 1. Exit onto Chestnut Expressway, turn left 2. Turn left onto National Ave. 3. Turn right onto Grand St. (Merge into the curb lane) From Hwy 60 Eastbound: 1. Take the exit for National Ave., turn left 2. Turn left onto Grand St. (Merge into the curb lane) From Hwy 60 Westbound: 1. Take the exit for National Ave., turn right 2. Turn left onto Grand St. (Merge into the curb lane) PLEASE DO NOT USE STOP SIGNS ON SCHOOL BUSES WHEN DROPPING OFF ON GRAND ST. PLEASE DO NOT BLOCK ANY ROADS INTO CAMPUS WHILE DROPPING OFF FROM BUSES. PLEASE ONLY PARK BUSES IN ASIGNED BUS PARKING LOG. From Bus Drop Off to Bus Parking: 1. Proceed west on Grand St. 2. Turn right onto Kimbrough St. (John Q. Hammons Parkway is blocked off during school hours) 3. Turn right into Elm St. 4. Turn left into Lot 44. Shuttle: Bus drivers may use the “Bear Line” campus shuttle that picks up on the southwest corner of the adjacent parking deck. Take the Red Route to the Carrington Hall stop which is directly across from the stadium.
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