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2018 NCHSAA INDOOR 3A TRACK & FIELD STATE CHAMPIONSHIP MEET SCHEDULE

FEBRUARY 10, 2018, SATURDAY MORNING

7:30 Facility opens for Coaches and athletes

7:30 Packets available for Coaches

7:40-8:00 Pole Vaulters (Men & Women) weigh in

8:00-8:55 Pole Vaulters (Men & Women) warm-up

8:00 Meeting for Officials

8:15 Meeting for Coaches

8:15 All Scratches are Due. No scratches Allowed after 8:15.

9:00 FIELD EVENTS BEGIN

Women's Pole Vault

Men's Pole Vault

Women's High Jump followed by Men's High Jump

Women's Long Jump followed by Women's Triple Jump

Men's Long Jump followed by Men's Triple Jump

Men's Wheelchair Shot Put followed by Women's Wheelchair Shot Put

Men's Shot Put follows Women's Wheelchair Shot Put

Women's Shot Put follows Men's Shot Put


9:00 RUNNING EVENTS: (Women Followed By Men In All Races)

3200 Meter Relay Finals

55 Meter Hurdles Semi-Finals

55 Meter Dash Semi-Finals

55 Meter Hurdles Finals

55 Meter Dash Finals

55 Meter Wheelchair Dash Finals

800 Meter Relay Finals

1600 Meter Run Finals

500 Meter Run Finals

1000 Meter Run Finals

300 Meter Dash Finals

3200 Meter Run Finals

1600 Meter Relay Finals

Welcome to the 2018 NCHSAA Indoor



State Track and Field Championship Meets





Welcome to the 1A/2A; 3A and
4A NCHSAA Indoor State Championships! Welcome to JDL Indoor Fast Track. We are
honored to host our Indoor Championship here. We hope your team has a wonderful
experience today and put on the greatest performances of their lives. To insure
that the meet is run in a professional manner that showcases the very best in
track and field in North Carolina, please read the following details and share
these with your athletes prior to
the meet.




  1. There is no charge for parking for buses and/or
    patrons.

  2. Park
    the Team buses in the back of the lot
    ...please note this and be respectful of the spaces for parents and
    fans. Additional parking is available along the streets.

  3. Upon your arrival, you should enter to pick up
    your team packet.  Then you will
    exit and take the wristbands to your athletes who will be waiting outside
    of the building. All athletes must have a wrist band in order to enter the
    facility. Hand out your wristbands outside
    of the team entrance.

  4. Athletes and team entrance is back/rear doors of
    JDL Fast Track.  The Team Entrance
    area is clearly marked at the facility.

  5. Entry fee for a non-participating athlete is
    $5.00. This is done at the team entrance and the athlete must be with the
    team.

  6. Admission for the general public is $10.00. (We
    do not accept checks or credit cards. Please share this information with
    your parents.)

  7. Public entrance is at the front of the building
    and is clearly marked.  No public admission
    tickets will be allowed at the team entrance.

  8. The 4A
    Meet starts at 4:00 on Saturday. The teams and fans will start entering
    the complex at 2:30. In order to prevent congestion at the main entrance,
    we are requesting that ALL 3A fans and teams exit through the doors
    behind the bleachers adjacent to Panera food court. There will be signs
    posted. Use these exits only from 2:30 to 4:30 on Saturday.

  9. Restrooms
    for student athletes are upstairs and access is clearly marked. JDL spared
    no expense in rubberizing the floor so they will not need to remove their
    spikes. The restroom on the main level are for the fans. Please observe
    the sings that are posted.

  10. No
    water bottles, Gatorade, PowerAde, personal bottles etc., are allowed in
    the Clerking Area or on the Warm-up track.

  11. Athletic Trainers will be on site. There are
    three (3) training tables in the facility and a taping table in the
    Training Room.

  12. Shot Puts will be provided and you cannot use
    your own.

  13. Certified scales for the Pole Vault are located
    at the Pole Vault area.

  14. All officials should check in at
    the "Official's Check-in" table upon their arrival. The table is locate
    next to Meet Management adjacent to the Clerk's booth.

  15. If your
    athletes are using on the streets for warm-ups or cool downs, they should run
    AGAINSTthe traffic without headphones. We are located in
    an industrial complex. Safety first and always.

  16. Vault poles cannot be brought in the spectator
    entrance.  Use the team entrance
    only.

  17. Coaching
    Notes
    :


    1. Bring confirmations of athlete's entry from Mile
      Split in case we have a question...if there is a question and no
      confirmations sheet, no participation will occur.  Be pro-active and take the necessary
      steps to protect the interest of your athletes.

    2. Respect the facility...we are role models and
      ambassadors for our students. 
      Teach them pride in the facility and the rightful thing of leaving
      a borrowed facility in better shape that you found it...PUT THE TRASH AND BOTTLES IN TRASH
      CONTAINERS!!!

    3. Hip
      Numbers: We are having issues with athletes pasting their hip numbers on
      the walls, floor, benches, bleachers, bathroom stalls, etc. Any athlete
      found committing these offenses and defacing JDL Fast Track will be reported
      to the NCHSAA.



  1. Spikes should be either "1/4 or 1/8" pyramids or
    Christmas tree ONLY. No needle spikes will be allowed. Athletes
    with illegal spikes will be disqualified. ALL shoes will be tagged at
    check-in.



  1. All athletes are to be in proper uniform in
    accordance with the sanctioning body and rules: National Federation (NFHS)
    and NCHSAA. 





  1. COACHES' SCRATCH MEETING and NEW SCRATCH PROCEDURE: There Is No
    Scratch Meeting.
    Instead, there is a NCHSAA Indoor State Meet
    Scratch Form
    in your packet. (Additional forms are in Meet
    Management). All scratches must be written on this form and submitted
    to Richard Prince, Meet Director, by the designated times. Richard will be
    located in Meet Management adjacent to the Clerk's booth. No
    scratches will be accepted after the deadline
    .                                  Note: If an athlete is not
    scratched and fails to check in for an event, DISQUALIFIED FOR REMAINDER OF THE MEET.  Event judges are to report any
    athletes who fail to report to the Meet Director. The athlete's coach will
    then be notified.                                               
               

3A
State Meet
: All Scratches are Due By 8:15 am. No Scratches are allowed after 8:15 am.   




  1. All
    re-seeds/heat sheets and results will be posted on the wall next to the
    Clerking booth.  PLEASE Do NOT
    remove these sheets.


22. 
Rule 4, Section 3 Article 1: Uniforms shall be worn as intended by
manufacturers
.



Subsection C.3: The waistband of a competitor's shorts shall be worn above the hips.



Subsection B.6: Bare midriff tops are not acceptable.



Rule 3, Section 3, Art. 1-b-4 and NOTES 2-c-5. A SINGLE, VISIBLE
MANUFACTURER'S 
LOGO/TRADEMARK/REFERENCE  NO MORE
THAN 2 1/4 SQUARE INCHES WITH NO DIMENSION MORE THAN 2 INCHES AND WITH STATE
ASSOCIATION APPROVAL IS PERMITTED ON THE TOP, BOTTON OR ONE-PIECE UNIFORM.



Rule 3, Section 3, Art. 1-c-8 and 1-c-7: Any visible garment(s) worn
underneath the uniform top must be unadorned and of a single color. As per NFHS
rules, a SINGLE, VISIBLE MANUFACTURER'S LOGO AND/OR SCHOOL NAME OR INSIGNIA NO
MORE THAN 2 INCHES ARE PERMITTED ON THE UNDERGARMENT
.



Rule 3, Section 2, Art. 4j: Athletes must tuck the top part of the uniform
into the bottom portion.



Rule 4, Section 3 Article 1:
PENALTY:
For the wearing of an illegal uniform, when a
violation is observed and noted by a meet official, the competitor shall be
required to make the uniform legal before becoming eligible for further
competition, and shall be issued a warning that a subsequent violation shall
result in disqualification from the event. The referee shall be notified of the
violation by the observing meet official, and the referee shall then notify or
caused to be notified the head coach of the offending school of the
competitor's violation and warning.



Rule 4-3-1c(7), Notes 1, 4-3-2, 9-6-1c(7)



Any visible undergarment worn underneath the uniform bottom that does
not,
extend below the knees is now considered a foundation garment and not
subject to single, solid color rule. An undergarment extending below the knees
shall meet all requirements regarding a visible undergarment.



ADDITIONAL
RESTRICTIONS FOR RELAY RACES:



Rule 4, Section 3, Article 2 Subsection a.  In relay
races, each team member shall wear the same color and design of school uniform
although the length of the bottom or one-piece uniform may vary.



Example: If two members of the relay team have on
jerseys with the school name and the other two have a jersey that has the
mascot or mascot name on it, the uniforms are not the same!



Rule 4, Section 3, Article 2 Subsection b.  Any
visible garments(s) worn by two or more relay team members underneath the
uniform top and/or bottom shall  be
unadorned and of the same single, solid color, but not necessarily the same
length. Example: Relay team member "A" has on white undergarment; Relay team
member "B, C and D" have on black undergarments: THIS IS ILLEGAL.
Penalty for violation of the
uniform rule
:



1st
Violation: Warning; 2nd Violation:  D
isqualification from the event.




  1. All athletes are to have their complete uniform
    on at all times while on the track or in the infield.  Failure to comply with this rule will
    result in first, a warning, and second disqualification from an 
    event
    or possibly the entire meet.



  1. Rule 4, Sect. 5 Art. 9e: Communicating with a competitor through the use
    of a wireless device. (Athletes will not be allowed to have cell phones in
    the competitive area, notably field events.) PENALTY: DISQUALIFICATION
    FROM THE EVENT.


25.  Rule 3, Section 2
Article 4o: Hair Devices



Unadorned devices, such as bobby pins, barrettes and hair clips, no longer than two (2)
inches, may be worn to control the competitor's hair. Items such as
rubber bands, cloth headbands or "scrunchies" are APPROVED by the games
committee. These items must be a single solid color. Adorned devices, beads and
hard plastic balls are PROHIBITED.




  1. All persons
    participating in the Pole Vault will be weighed and have poles verified
    prior to competition.



  1. The 10-minute
    check-in /check-out rule will be in effect. 
    If
    an athlete is in a field event and gets a first call for a running event,
    they should check out of their field event and check-in at the Clerk's
    Table and then return to the field event. 
    Event judges will be instructed to allow athletes to go "out of
    turn" if necessary.  The Clerk will
    be instructed not to "hold" athletes competing in field events. It is the
    responsibility of the coach and the athlete to report to the starting line
    for their event. If they are in a running event, they need to report back
    to the event within 10 minutes of the conclusion of their heat.



  1. Athletes competing in 2 or more field events
    simultaneously will have to go "back and forth."  They will need to check-out and report
    immediately to their next event. (Officials will allow them time to change
    shoes if the need shall arise.) Athletes cannot lose an attempt if
    competing in another field event.



  1. All
    protests should be filed with the Referee, Richard Prince, on the proper "Protest/Appeal
    Form." Protest forms will be located at the Meet Management table.



  1. Awards: Coaches should have their athletes that
    finish in the "Top 4" available to pick up their medals immediately after
    the event is completed. Awards will be given out at that time.


31. 
Break Points:



300 Meter Dash: Stay
in lanes for entire race: No break.



500 Meter Run: Start
in lanes: 2 - turn stagger, break near the LJ pit adjacent to packet pick-up



1000, 1600, 3200 Meter
Runs: 2-Turn Stagger break near the 55 Meter start line.



4 x 400 Relay: 2-turn
stagger: 2-Turn Stagger break near the 55 Meter start line.



4 x 800 Relay: 2-turn
stagger: 2-Turn Stagger break near the 55 Meter start line.



4 x 200 Relay: 3-turn
stagger



32.  The 800 Meter
Relay Exchange Zones



The 4x200 will be run in a
3-turn stagger



A.    1st leg entirely in lanes. Starting line is
Red



B.     1st exchange (Red
to Red)
in lanes and 2nd leg breaks after 1 turn



C.    2nd and 3rd exchange (Blue to Blue) set according to team place and use
the standard 20M exchange zone



D.    Note: There are No "Acceleration Zones."




  1. Starting
    Heights for 
    3A Indoor State
    Meet


                                    Women                       Men    



High
Jump                  4' 6"                            5' 6"                           



Pole
Vault                   7' 6"                            10' 6" 




  1. Coach and all athletes are expected to show GOOD
    SPORTSMANSHIP.  Competitors who
    engage in taunting, profanity, baton throwing, and/or refuse to follow the
    instructions of meet officials will be DISQUALIFIED FROM THAT EVENT OR
    POSSIBLY THE MEET.



Sportsmanship...important...a reflection of
you, your program and the NCHSAA...if in doubt, we will take them out!




  1. We are looking forward to a great State
    Championship Weekend.  If we can be
    of service to you, please do not hesitate to call on us.


Chiquana
Dancy, NCHSAA                                Richard Prince, State Meet Referee                                   



DePaul Mittman, State Meet Coordinator         John Buchholz, 4A State Meet Director



Daniel Helms, 3A State Meet
Director              Alan Peoples, 1A/2A
State Meet Director

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