South Umpqua High School is proud to host the 2010 Far West District Meet at Douglas High School on Friday (5/21) and Saturday (5/22). Coaches should have their entries on athletic.net by 9:59 AM on Saturday (5/15). A seeding meeting for the league coaches to determine entries, games committee considerations, and the final event schedule will be held at 4:30 PM on Saturday (5/16) in Steve Greif's classroom at North Bend High School. Each school may have three entries per event, except relays. Finalized meet entries will be made available following Saturday's seeding meeting. The preliminary schedule for the first day of competition is posted below. You will find Saturday's schedule on Day 2 of the athletic.net calendar.
As per Far West League standard operating procedures, there will be an admission charge of $5 for adults and $3 for students for non-participants. Medals will be awarded the champion boy and girl of each event. A plaque will be given to the top runner, jumper, and thrower of the meet for both boys and girls. Spectators, and non competing athletes will not be allowed on the field during competition. Athletes are reminded to be aware of the jewelry rules and the uniform requirements specified by the National Federation.
Weigh-ins for implements, and for pole vaulters, will go from 10:30-11:30 am both mornings of competition. Checked-in implements will impounded before warmups until 1/2 hour prior to competition.
In throwing, long jump, and triple jump field events, the top 9 competitors from the prelims will advance to finals. In the running prelims, the top 3 from each heat, plus the next two fastest times, will advance to the finals.
Eight places will score for team points during the meet on a scale of 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1.