Entries should be posted by Monday evening, May 10. An entry list will be produced in PDF format and emailed to all coaches by Tuesday evening, May 11. Be sure to list your main entries as Varsity, and alternates as Alternate.
Each school should provide their own towels each day.
Each participating school will be limited to three entries per track event, three contestants per field event and only one relay team per relay. Teams will be allowed (5) wild card entries total, to be used anywhere.
Limitations-Boys and Girls: A contestant is limited to four (4) events which may be any combination of track and field event or which may all be track events. However, if a contestant is entered in three or four track events, only two of those track events may be 800 meters or longer.
Individuals entered in more that one event must compete in all events in which they are entered once the meet has begun. Any scratching from an event after the scratch meeting will result in the disqualification of that athlete from the entire District meet.
II. FIELD EVENTS AND SEEDING
A. Each contestant will receive four (4) preliminary trials in the shot put, discus, triple jump, long jump, and javelin. The top nine will advance to the finals and will be given three (3) additional trials.
B. Contestants will be seeded in the finals of running events by the meet director using their best performance as listed. No changes or additions, other than alternates, will be accepted. Rule 9-2-3
C. Scratch meeting 9:00 a.m. day of District Track meet. Implements: All field implements, batons, and vaulters will be weighed in from 9:00am to 10:00pm at a site designated by the Meet Director.
IV. CONTROL OF THE MEET
With the exception of those rules, which may have been adopted by the Association (O.S.A.A.), the National Federation Edition of Track and Field Rules will govern the meet in all classifications.
ALL PERSONS EXCEPT OFFICIALS wearing authorized tag, and CONTESTANTS PARTICIPATING IN THE EVENTS IN PROGRESS should keep clear of the track and field area, stay off the infield areas of the track. Timers, pickers, and judges must be able to see.
There will be three calls for each event. First call will be given 15 minutes before each event; second call 10 minutes prior to the event; last call 5 minutes before the event. CONTESTANTS MUST REPORT TO THE CLERK ON THE SECOND CALL AT THE CLERKS AREA ON THE INFIELD. Contestants who are not present at the last call WILL BE SCRATCHED.
Alternates who are to replace an entry must be registered with the clerk of the course BEFORE THE FIRST CALL OF THE EVENT in which he is to participate.
The host school will furnish starting blocks. If you bring your own blocks and they do not fit the track, you will not be able to use them.
Because of the all-weather track, 3/16” (or less) spikes will be allowed. All approaches are asphalt. Concrete platforms will be used for the shot and discus.
Jury of Appeals: The jury should consist of 3 Head Coaches and will be available if the referee wishes to consult with them.
V. DISTRICT TRACK MEET TIME SCHEDULE
A. BMC Track Meet
1. Scratch Meeting—9:00 am
2. Field Events – Start
· Girls Shot Put, Long Jump, High Jump, Discus
· Boys Javelin, Long Jump, Pole Vault
· Girls Javelin, Triple Jump, Pole Vault
· Boys Shot Put, Triple Jump, High Jump, Discus
1:00 pm – Start Running Events—Times will be followed explicitly.
400 Relay 1:00 400 Relay 1:10
1500 Meters 1:20 1500 Meters 1:30
100 Meters 1:40 100 Meters 1:50
400 Meters 2:00 400 Meters 2:10
110 H. Hurdles 2:20 100 Hurdles 2:30
800 meters 2:40 800 Meters 2:50
200 Meters 3:00 200 Meters 3:10
300 Int. Hurdles 3:20 300 Low Hurdles 3:35
3000 Meters 3:45 3000 Meters 4:00
1600 Relay 4:15 1600 Relay 4:25
Starter and Recall Starter will be paid--
(Suggestions: $75.00 – Starter $75.00 – Recall Starter per day)
The Meet Director will assign both Starter and Recall Starter.