SECTION 8AA TRACK AND FIELD Day1- Sauk Rapids-Rice Middle School – Wednesday, June 2, Day 2- Brainerd High School – Saturday, June 5 MEET INFORMATION: For additional meet information, schedules and forms go to: www.isd47.org/track Hy-Tek Entries must be submitted To Pete Robinet by 6:00pm on Monday May, 31 to firstname.lastname@example.org To download section 8AA Event file go to www.isd47.org/track Please use the abbreviations below. ALEX Alexandria AA 8 Alexandria BECK Becker AA 8 Becker BEMI Bemidji AA 8 Bemidji BIGL Big Lake AA 8 BigLake BRAI Brainerd AA 8 Brainerd DTLK Detroit Lakes AA 8 DetroitLks FEFA Fergus Falls AA 8 FergusFalls LIFA Little Falls AA 8 LittleFalls MONT Monticello AA 8 Monticello MOOR Moorhead AA 8 Moorhead ROCI Rocori AA 8 Rocori SASS Sartell-St.Stephen AA 8 SartStStev SRAR Sauk Rapids-Rice AA 8 SaukRapRice SCLA St. Cloud Apollo AA 8 StCloudApp SCLT St. Cloud Tech AA 8 StCloudTech Three per event and one relay all verified meet performances. Entries not submitted through Hy-Tek are due May 23rd and schools will be billed an additional $50.00 Time Schedule: Day 1 3:00 p.m. start Day 2 11:00 a.m. start Teams (15): Alexandria, Becker, Bemidji, Big Lake, Brainerd, Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Little Falls, Monticello, Moorhead, Rocori, Saint Cloud Apollo, St. Cloud Tech, Sartell-Saint Stephen, Sauk Rapids- Rice Scoring: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 all events Advancement to State: Top 2 in individual events and top relay team (plus those meeting a non-wind aided State Qualifying Standard) Ticket Prices: Adults - $7.00 Students (K-12) $4.00 Starter: Day 1 Lee Fitzharris and Joe Perske Day 2 Joe Rezac and Randy Herrlich Referee: Day 1 Kevin Babcock Day 2 TBD Coaches Meeting: Day 1 2:00 p.m. in the stands in front of the press box. Day 2 10:00 a.m. in the stands in front of the press box. Scratch Replacement: 1. There will be a scratch meeting at the beginning of the coaches meeting. 2. If an athlete scratches from an open event in either the prelims or finals, that event counts as one of his/ her four allowed events. If an athlete is scratched from an event, he / she cannot be re-entered in any individual event. 3. If an athlete scratches from a running event from which she/he has qualified for the finals, further participation in the meet will not be allowed. 4. An athlete who has qualified for finals and has been scratched due to an injury, illness, or another emergency, may be reinstated in other events in which she/he has been entered upon proper documentation of the circumstances, authorized medical clearance, and the approval of the game’s committee. Game Committee: Boy’s Coaches- Fergus Falls, Monticello Girl’s Coaches- Rocori, Moorhead * The games committee will act as the jury of appeals and will consist of the meet manager, two boys head coaches and two girls head coaches. Weight Implements: Day 1 1:30 – 2:30 weigh in at the concession stand. Day 2 9:30-10:30 weigh in at the concession stand. Track Facilities: Day 1 1/8” spikes allowed, team camps located outside the track, no tape please. Day 2 1/4” spike allowed, team camps located outside the track, no tape please. Clerking: All athletes must report to the clerk at the north end of the track. We will do three calls for events first call, 15 Min. prior, second call 10 Min. Prior, and final call 5 Min. prior. Athletes may check in earlier for their events just not late. Results: Results can be found after each day at www.isd47.org/track. Running Events: D1 400 Meter Dash -2 turn stagger, in lanes the entire race. D1=Day 1 D1 800 Meter Run – 1 turn stagger runners in alleys around one turn. Cut for pole after completion of turn D2=Day 2 D2 1600 Meter Run -2 heats by verified time, 2nd heat fastest times, 1 turn stagger in 4 alleys D1 3200 Meter Run – 1 turn stagger in 4 alleys. D1 300M Hurdles- 1 turn stagger. D2 4X100 Meter Relay - 2 turn stagger, in lanes the entire race. D2 4X200 Meter Relay – 4 turn stagger, in lanes the entire race. D2 4X400 Meter Relay – 3 turn stagger, #2 runner may cut for the pole position after first turn. Field events: D1 – All Finals: Girls High Jump, Boys Pole Vault, Girls Long Jump, Boys Long Jump, Girls Discus, Boys Shot Put. D2 - All Finals: Boys High Jump, Girls Pole Vault, Boys Triple Jump, Girls Triple Jump, Boys Discus, Girls Shot Put. *Implements that do not meet specifications will be held until after the meet. * Shot, discus, long jump and triple jump will be flighted. Three prelim attempts will qualify nine for the finals, for three more attempts. *Pole vault and High Jump starting heights will be determined by head coaches at the coaches’ meeting, contingent upon seed heights of entrants. State standards are: GHJ 5’4”, BHJ 6’5”, GPV 10’7”, BPV 13’11”. * The five-alive method may be used. The 90 second rule will be in effect. Checking out of Field Events: -Running events take precedence over field events -Field event athletes will be excused for their running event to report on 2nd call. Athletes shall inform field event judges of the need to move to a running event. Judges may choose to have athlete move up in the flight order and take an earlier attempt but may not take any attempts later in the flight order. -Athletes should be encouraged to check into running events at an earlier convenient time. -The field event athlete has 15 Min. from checking out to check back in with field event judge, or the athlete may be scratched or passed from that attempt. Please inform field judges of impending conflicts before they arise. Advancement: *Running event prelims -heat winners plus the next fastest times with eight advancing to D2 finals. * 800 - Top 2 plus next 2 fastest *Field events – top 9 individuals from preliminaries to finals. * Two individuals and the top relay team advances to the state meet. In addition, a contestant or relay team will qualify by Standard to the State Meet when their performance in the Section Finals surpasses or equals the established standard without being wind-aided. Track & Runways: *No tape allowed on runways. Camps: * Camps will not be allowed on the infield. Only meet officials and athletes warming up will be allowed on the infield. Programs: *Programs will be sold at the concession stand and entrance for $1.00 Pole Vault Verification Procedure: *It will be the responsibility of the head coach to ensure that each vaulter uses properly rated poles. Poles will be checked in by the meet official. Pole Vault verification forms should be turned in for all boy pole vaulters Day 1 and all girl pole vaulters Day 2 at the coaches meeting. Section verification Form: *All forms can be found on the www.isd47.org/track website *Subsection/Section Track & Field Meet Sportsmanship/Jewelry/Uniform/Equipment *Verification Form must be completed and turned in at Day 1 coaches meeting to Meet Referee State Meet Entries: * At the completion of Day 2 meet coaches who have state qualifying athletes and relay athletes advancing to the state meet must meet with Day 2 meet manager to get alternates and parking packets. Awards: *Medals will be awarded for places 1-6 please have all athletes placing 1-8 report to the middle of the field for the presentation of awards. * Trophies will be awarded for 1st and 2nd place team finishes. Parking: D1-*As school will still be in session there will be limited parking. Please park buses on the east side of the track along the road. Spectators will park on the south end of the track by the concession stand D2 –Park in the lots south. and west of the track. There is no parking on the west side of the street.