Last Updated 3:49 PM, Fri, Sep 13
Old Skool Classic Cross Country Race Presented by: Armada, Romeo, and Warren Mott High School Cross Country Programs
Date: Saturday, September 21st
Location: Wolcott Farm, Ray, MI
Wolcott Farm is located in Ray Township on Wolcott Road north of 29-mile Road between North Avenue and Romeo Plank
Email RomeoXCrun@yahoo.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com or
firstname.lastname@example.org to get your team pre-entered or for any other information.
First 15 teams from Divisions I & II, and first 10 teams from Divisions III & IV who respond are in. All others will be put on a waiting list and notified at a later date. Please register through www.athleteic.net ASAP. Just add Old Skool Classic to your meet calendar in the program, and entries will be processed through this program.
$100 per team per school for high school (includes 7 t-shirts). $200 if both a boys and girls team are entered.
$15 for each individual if a team has less than 7 participants.
$10 per individual in the open race, $15 with a t-shirt.
$25 per team for middle school. $50 if both a boys and girls middle school teams are entered (does not include any t-shirts).
Entry fees and contracts can be sent to:
Attn: Old Skool Classic
Romeo High School
11091 West 32 Mile Road,
Bruce Twp, MI 48065
Mostly Flat Non-repeating Stream Crossings Hay Bale Barriers
For those not wishing to jump the bales, there will be paths around the bales that may add some length to the course and be tightly rounded slowing down runners who use it.
10 medals per grade-level race per division for a total of 80 medals (40 small/40 big) per gender awarded throughout the day.
High School Ribbons to 11th – 40th places.
Trophies to the top 3 teams in each division.
Medals to top-10 (6th - 8th grade boys and girls). Medals will be handed out in the chute.
Medals to top-10 open race participants per gender handed out in chute
First seven shirts provided as part of entry
Designed by a contest-winning student from Krause Elem in Armada.
Large School and Small School Divisions race together and are separated for scoring at end of races
All Freshmen race together
All Sophomores race together
All Juniors race together
All Seniors race together
Best five places overall in races are added to make up your team’s score. Best possible score is 6 points – Example: 1st freshman, 1st sophomore, 1st junior, 1st senior, 2nd any grade.
All runners from their grade will run together. There will not be a separate JV race.
Parking in the fields north of the park, and in main lot. Buses will park by the pole barn in just north of the main lot.
Cars coming from the south park in the circle lot and from the north use the pole barn lot. There will be a parking fee this year imposed by the Metro Parks to help funding, and to encourage carpooling. Cost will be $5 for vehicles not having a metro park sticker. Buses can enter free of charge.
Open race participants keep track of own time. A clock may be provided as a reference 6th - 8th grade coach’s time their athletes. A clock may be provided as a reference Varsity/JV times found on score sheets posted on greenhouse by finish line.
We are going to try to provide finish posters with timing strips for every race, but high school races will be prioritized.
8:30 a.m. – 6th grade mile (boys
8:40 a.m. – Middle school girls
9:00 a.m. – Middle school boys
9:20 a.m. – 9th grade girls
9:40 a.m. – 9th grade boys
10:00 a.m. – 10th grade girls
10:20 a.m. – 10th grade boys
10:40 a.m. – 11th grade girls
11:00 a.m. – 11th grade boys
11:20 a.m. – 12th grade girls
11:40 a.m. – 12th grade boys
Noon – Open Race (all ages)
***Parents must register runners younger than 6th grade***
12:30 p.m. - Awards Ceremony