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Jesuit Twilight Relays
Track and Field Meet
May 2, 2008
Entries due: Sunday, April 27, 2008 5:00 pm
Entries must be made electronically to athletic.net
Changes for print deadline: Monday, April 28th, 10:00 pm by email to:
Athletic.net Note - The Freshmen 100 meter race is for FRESHMEN ONLY. Athletic.net lists it as a Frosh/Soph event, but please only enter one Freshman for this event. Thanks!
Changes in the entries made prior to April 28th by 10:00 pm will be reflected in the meet program.
Changes will be allowed until the coaches meeting on May 2 at 3:15 pm, but any changes made after
Monday will not be noted in the program.
Invitations for the Invitational 1500 meter races will be emailed and faxed on April 14, 2008. Acceptances
must be returned on or before April 28, 2008. If you would like to nominate one of your athletes for the Invitational 1500, please contact Tom Rothenberger at email@example.com.
Meet information and time schedules may be obtained by visiting athletic.net.
There is an entry fee of $150 ($75 per boys team and $75 per girls team). If you are only entering an
individual in the 1500 meters, the entry fee for that athlete is $10. If you are only entering selected relay
teams, the entry fee is $15 per relay team. Checks should be made payable to Jesuit High School, and
your entry fee should be received by March 1. 2008.
Jesuit High School is excited to be hosting the 9th Annual Twilight Relays. This year’s meet will include
complete teams (running and field events) from Aloha, Centennial, Gonzaga Prep (Spokane), Jesuit,
Lincoln, McMinnville, Sprague, St. Mary’s Academy, Summit, Sunset, Tualatin, and West Linn. Bringing running event only teams will be Benson, Central Catholic, McKay, and Sandy. South Eugene will also be entering athletes in the 4 x 800, DMR and Invitational 1500 meters
FIELD EVENTS WILL BEGIN AT 4:00 P.M.
Field events will follow the format of a district meet. Participants will be seeded in four flights by distances (best going last) and the top 8 prelim athletes will get 3 more throws / jumps in reverse order – best going last. The high jump and pole vault will follow the “5 alive” format. Please weigh your pole-vaulters at your school and turn in a form at the pole vault verifying weight and correct pole. See form at OSAA.org website. We will not weigh vaulters or check/weigh throwing implements.
The high jump will be contested in one flight. The boys will compete on the South Pit and the girls will compete on the North Pit. The high jump bar will progress as follows:
Boys: 5’4”, 5’6”, 5’8”, 5’10”, 6’0”, 6’2”, and optional for remaining jumpers
Girls: 4’4”, 4’6”, 4’8”, 4’10”, 5’0”, 5’2” and optional for remaining jumpers
The pole vault will be contested in one flight. The boys will compete on the East Pit and the girls will compete on the West pit. The pole vault bar will progress as follows:
Boys: 9’6”, 10’0’, 10’6”, 11’0”, 11’6”, 12’0”, 12’6”, 13’0” and optional for remaining jumpers
Girls: 6’0”, 6’6”, 7’0”, 8’0”, 8’6”, 9’0” and optional for remaining jumpers
Opening Ceremony: At 5:15 P.M. we will have a brief ceremony in which we will introduce each team, and
this will be followed by the National Anthem.
RUNNING EVENTS WILL BEGIN AT 5:30 P.M.
Lane assignments for all relays events will be based on 2008 personal records for the 4x100, 4x400, and
projected times for the 4x800, the Distance Medley Relay, and the 4x200. Lane assignments for the
Invitational 1500 meters will be based on lifetime best times.
In running events, all relay teams and individual contestants will report to the Clerk’s Circle in the center
of the field on the second call. They will be given instructions at that time. Relay teams and individuals
will be introduced prior to competing.
Each school will be allowed one relay team per running event and three competitors in each field event.
Athletes invited to compete in the Invitational 1500 will be notified.
TRACK FACILITY INFORMATION
Spikes The new micro-encapsulated polyurethane track surface is both fast and easy on athlete’s legs. There are three throwing areas as well as fast runways for the pole vault, high jump, and long/triple jump. There will be a middle long jump pit available for practice jumps.
:Runners may wear spikes or racing flats. Spikes must be pyramid-shaped and no longer than 1/4 inch. Needle spikes and spikes longer than 1/4 inch will not be allowed on the track or on any of the runways. Spikes will be checked. Coaches, communicate this to your athletes so that they have the type of spikes they need. Thank you for your help.
TRACK CONDUCT/ATHLETE WARM-UP: Our goal is to provide a showcase in which your athletes may complete and to allow them access to proper warm-up and preparation for their events. With this goal in mind, we would ask that head coaches make sure that their athletes and assistant coaches follow these guidelines:
1.Warm-up are on main field: Coaches and athletes preparing for their next event are
allowed on the field. NOSPECTATORS SHOULD BE ON THE MAIN FIELD. ATHLETES NOT
CURRENTLY COMPETING OR WARMING UP SHOULD NOT BE ON THE MAIN FIELD.
2. Finish Line/F.A.T/Timers’ area: Coaches and athletes are not allowed in this area.
3.Press Box: Athletes are not allowed in this area. We want to keep this area clear for
meet officials. Results will be announced and posted as soon as they are available. A Hospitality area for coaches is available on the 2nd floor of the press box.
An award/results packet will be presented to each coach at the conclusion of the meet.
Places in field events will be determined by the total combined distance/height of each school’s three
competitors in that event.
Medals will be given to 1st place teams and the top eight finishers in the Invitational 1500. Ribbons will be given to 2nd-6th place relay teams.
There will be team trophies awarded to the top three boys’ teams and the top three girls’ teams. Scoring will
Official results will be available to those schools competing at the conclusion of the meet. Coaches may pick up results in the press box after the meet. Results will also be available on athletic.net following the meet.
A concessions stand will be open during the meet. A variety of food and refreshment will be available.
We ask your cooperation in keeping the stadium clean. Please use the garbage cans provided.
Locker room facilities are located in the Knight Center which is adjacent to the west end of the track stadium.
Restroom facilities are available there as well as on the first floor of the press box. Athletes are encouraged to come dressed down for the meet.
We ask that all coaches and athletes please remain in the stadium, in the field area just to the south of the stadium, or in the designated locker room areas throughout the duration of the meet. We would appreciate it if coaches and athletes would remain in the stadium area.
There will be an admission charge for spectators at the gate. $4.00 for adults; $2.00 for students. Free for children under 5 and senior citizens over 65. Meet programs will be provided for each Head coach. Four additional copies will be distributed, per team. Spectators may purchase programs for $1.00 each.
Entry Updates If you have scratch/ adds please email them Noon
Coaches Meeting Meet at the Clerk’s Circle (scratch/ adds allowed) 3:15 P.M.
Field Events Begin 4:00 P.M.
Long Jump/Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault Discus
West Pit: Girls North Pit: Girls East Pit: Boys Girls then Boys
East Pit: Boys South Pit: Boys West Pit: Girls
Javelin Shot Put
Boys then Girls Boys then Girls
Opening Ceremony Teams will be introduced and should take their places on 5:15 P.M. the main field (Athletes should be in uniform)
Running Events 110m HIGH HURDLES RELAY BOYS 5:30 PM
100m HIGH HURDLES RELAY GIRLS 5:50 PM
Boys Freshmen 100 m dash (1 per team) 6:10 PM
Girls Freshmen 100 m dash (1 per team) 6:15 PM
(Athletic.net Note - The Freshmen 100 meter race is for FRESHMEN ONLY. Athletic.net lists it as a Frosh/Soph event, but please only enter one Freshman for this event. Thanks!)
Boys 100 m dash (1 per team) 6:25 PM
Girls 100 m dash (1 per team) 6:30 PM
INVITATIONAL 1500 METERS BOYS 6:40 PM
INVITATIONAL 1500 METERS GIRLS 6:50 PM
4 X 100 METERS RELAY BOYS 7:00 PM
4 X 100 METERS RELAY GIRLS 7:05 PM
4 X 800 METERS RELAY BOYS 7:10 PM
4 X 800 METERS RELAY GIRLS 7:25 PM
4 X 200 METERS RELAY BOYS 7:45 PM
4 X 200 METERS RELAY GIRLS 7:50 PM
DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY BOYS 8:00 PM
DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY GIRLS 8:15 PM
4 X 400 METERS RELAY BOYS 8:35 PM
4 X 400 METERS RELAY GIRLS 8:45 PM
TEAM AWARDS 8:50 PM
Due Sunday, April 27 by 5:00 pm
Please submit your entries electronically using athletic.net
Please email all changes starting Monday, April 28, 2008 to firstname.lastname@example.org