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2005 NCISAA 3A State Track Meet

Charlotte Country Day School (CCDS) is honored to be the host for the 2005 NCISAA 3A State Track Meet, May 13 and 14. Al Pearman, Head Track Coach at the Charlotte Country Day School will be the NCISAA 3A State Track Meet Director.

The track at Charlotte Country Day School is an eight lane rubberized surface. The facility has two long jump/triple jump pits. This will allow the boys’ and girls’ long jump to be run at the same time on Friday and the boys’ and girls’ triple jump at the same time on Saturday. The Discus event will be done on the grass in the middle of the track using a 40-Degree Sector.

SPECIAL SITE RULES:

* Athletes must wear ¼ inch pyramid spikes or smaller. The shape and size of spikes are important for the preservation of the surface of our track.. BRING YOUR OWN SPIKES.
* Participants must stay off the infield.
* The upper fields, located outside the stadium, will be available for warm-ups.
* Tents or gazeboes may be set up for team use inside the stadium,
but, they may not be set-up on the infield of the track. Tents may also be set-up outside the stadium.
* The concession stand will sell food and drink during the meet.
* There will be a hospitality tent for coaches and officials. It will be located on the pressbox side of the field at the scoreboard end.

RULES COMMITTEE: The Rules Committee will be made up of coaches from the Western, Central, and Eastern parts of the state. This committee will address problems and rules violations that may arise during the meet.

DATE AND SITE:
Friday, May 13, 2005, Charlotte Country Day School
Finals for Boys’: Shot Put, Pole Vault, and Long Jump
Finals for Girls’: Discus, High Jump, and Long Jump
Trials for All: Hurdles, 100m Dash, 200m Dash, and 400m Run
Finals for All: 4x800m Relay and 3200m Run

Saturday, May 14, 2005, Charlotte Country Day School
Finals for: Boys’: Discus, High Jump, and Triple Jump
Finals for Girls’: Shot Put, Pole Vault, and Triple Jump
Finals for All: Hurdles, 100m Dash, 200m Dash, 400m Run, 800m Run, 1600m Run, 4x100m Relay, 2x200m Relay, and 4x1600m Relay

QUALIFIERS: In running event trials (8) people qualify for the final based on Place and Time. In field event trials (9) people qualify for the final based on Trial Performance.

SCORING: Boys’ and girl’s teams will be scored separately. Because the Charlotte Country Day School track has 8 lanes there will be 8 scoring places for all events. Point scoring will be as follows, starting with first place: 10, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

FALSE STARTS: In the event of a false start the entire field is charged. The next runner that commits a false start will be disqualified from the event.

JEWELRY: Athletes are not permitted to wear jewelry during competition. The penalty is disqualification from that event.

RULES: National High School Federation rules will cover any situations not specifically covered in these regulations.

ONLINE ENTRIES: Entries must be done online using Direct Athletics. This is the same system that was used last year. It is located online at www.directathletics.com. New coaches that are not familiar with this system are advised to register their teams and enter their rosters early this spring and become familiar with the program. Registration is Free and you can make changes and updates until the entry deadline. You can also get instant copies of your entries that include your updates. ENTER YOUR ROSTERS IMMEDIATELY. ENTRIES CAN BE INPUTED LATER.

ENTRY DEADLINE: Monday, May 9, 2005 at 12:00 noon.

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS: please contact the meet director. (Al Pearman).
E-mail: pearman@ccds.charlotte.nc.us
Phone: 704-943-4695
Fax: 704-943-4637
Cell: 704-277-0263

ENTRIES: To be eligible to compete in the NCISAA State Meet each team, team member, and individual entry must compete in a minimum of (4) meets on (4) separate dates during the current season. Athletes may compete in a total of 4 events. Each school may enter a maximum of (3) competitors in each event. *Each competitor must meet the qualifying standard. Qualifying standards must be earned during the regular season of the current school year to be eligible for state competition. *However, each team is allowed one non-qualifying entry per event if the qualifying standard is not met by any other team member in that event. Once a school enters a qualifier in a particular event, all other entries by that school must be qualifiers in that event. A school may enter only one relay team per relay event.

TEAMS: A team will consist of one or more participants that have competed in a minimum of (4) meets on (4) separate dates during the current season.

CHECK-IN PROCEDURE: FOR RUNNING EVENT TRIALS: It is CRUCIAL that coaches and athletes become familiar with the check-in procedure FOR RUNNING EVENT TRIALS. Athletes will check-in for RUNNING EVENT TRIALS 45 minutes prior to the event’s scheduled start time. Then 20 minutes prior to the event’s start time the check-in for that event will close. Athletes that have not checked in will simply be removed from that event list (Athletes that don’t check-in for running event TRIALS will still be able to compete in subsequent events). During the 20 minutes prior to the event start time the athletes that have checked in will be seeded. Athletes who do not compete in trials after they have checked-in will be INELIGIBLE to compete in subsequent events.

CHECK-IN PROCEDURE FOR RUNNING EVENT FINALS AND FIELD EVENTS: Athletes in running event finals will simply report to the starting line of that event by the "final call". This includes first and second day running event FINALS. Athletes in field events must report directly to the site of those events by the "final call".

ATHLETES COMPETING IN EVENTS THAT OCCUR SIMULTANEOUSLY: It is the athlete’s responsibility to check-in at all events he or she is entered in. Athletes in field events must check with their event official before leaving for a running event. Once the running event is complete the athlete must return to the field event within 10 minutes to avoid receiving a pass. Athletes in more than one field event that occur simultaneously must inform their event officials of the event conflicts. The official will note the conflict. Once the athlete completes a round at the first field event he or she must inform the official and then go immediately to the next event and complete a round there before returning to the first field event. This must continue until the athlete has finished all rounds. Athletes must be prepared to move back and forth quickly between events.

ADMISSION: The admission cost for spectators will be $5. Children under the age of 5 will be admitted free.

AWARDS: The following awards will be presented to both girls and boys

State championship trophy
State runner-up trophy
Plaques to each event winner
Silver medals to second place finishers
Bronze medals to third place finishers
Individual gold medals to the state champion team
Individual silver medals to the state runner-up team

2005 NCISAA 3A STATE TRACK QUALIFYING STANDARDS:  NCISAA 3A Standards

TIME SCHEDULE AND ORDER OF EVENTS: Running events will never start before the scheduled time. The scoreboard clock will be considered the official time.

FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2005
2:30pm Coaches’ meeting in the Hospitality Tent at north end of the stadium.
Field Events: TRIALS AND FINALS, 9 ADVANCE TO THE FINALS
3:30pm Girls: Discus, High Jump, and Long Jump
Boys: Shot Put, Pole Vault, and Long Jump
Track Events:
4:15pm Girls 4x800m Relay FINALS (Two heats by seed time)
4:30pm Boys 4x800m Relay FINALS (Two heats by seed time)
4:55pm Girls 100m Hurdle Trials (8 advance by Place and Time)
5:10pm Boys 110m Hurdle Trials (8 advance by Place and Time)
5:25pm Girls 100m Dash Trials (8 advance by Place and Time)
5:35pm Boys 100m Dash Trials (8 advance by Place and Time)
5:50pm Girls 400m Run Trials (8 advance by Place and Time)
6:05pm Boys 400m Run Trials (8 advance by Place and Time)
6:20pm Girls 300m Hurdle Trials (8 advance by Place and Time)
6:35pm Boys 300m Hurdle Trials (8 advance by Place and Time)
6:50pm Girls 200m Dash Trials (8 advance by Place and Time)
7:00pm Boys 200m Dash Trials (8 advance by Place and Time)
7:15pm Girls 3200m Run FINALS (Two heats by seed time)
7:30pm Boys 3200m Run FINALS (Two heats by seed time)

SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2005

9:00am Coaches’ meeting in Hospitality Tent at north end of the stadium.
Field Events: TRIALS AND FINALS, 9 ADVANCE TO THE FINALS
10:00am Girls: Shot Put, Pole Vault, and Triple Jump
Boys: Discus, High Jump, and Triple Jump
Track Event FINALS:
12:00pm Girls 100m Hurdles
12:10pm Boys 110m Hurdles
12:20pm Girls 100m Dash
12:30pm Boys 100m Dash
12:40pm Girls 4x200m Relay
(Two heats by seed time)
12:50pm Boys 4x200m Relay (Two heats by seed time)
1:00pm Girls 1600m Run
1:10pm Boys 1600m Run
1:25pm Girls 4x100m Relay
(Two heats by seed time)
1:35pm Boys 4x100m Relay (Two heats by seed time)
1:45pm Girls 400m Run
1:55pm Boys 400m Run
2:05pm Girls 300m Hurdles
2:15pm Boys 300m Hurdles
2:25pm Girls 800m Run
2:35pm Boys 800m Run
2:45pm Girls 200m Dash
2:55pm Boys 200m Dash
Break (Clean up/Scores)
3:15pm Girls 4x400m Relay (Two heats by seed time)
3:25pm Boys 4x400m Relay (Two heats by seed time)
3:35pm AWARDS

RESULTS: Go to the following web sites after 6:00pm Saturday for results of the NCISAA 3A State Track Meet .

http://mrvignolini.com/ccds-track/NCISAA2005/NCISAATrackChampionships.htm

Also, any team that has Hy-Tek Meet Manager is welcome to get a backup copy of the meet from the timing tent immediately after the meet. You must supply the official at the timing tent with a floppy that has your name and school written on the label. Results will not be printed (hard copy) on-site for distribution to teams.

MEDICAL:

For athletic teams traveling without an athletic trainer our Sports Medicine Department is

available, if asked, for emergency care and basic first aid. Water and injury ice will be available

at each team bench. We will have a receptacle for biohazardous waste.

Our staff is available to tape athletes if needed. Please notify the training room prior to your

arrival if you have any special needs for your athletes. (704-943-4700)

WE ASK THAT TEAMS SUPPLY ANY TAPE OR PADDING

MATERIAL THAT THEY MAY MEED.

Our training room is equipped with the following modalities:

Ice – Extremity Whirlpool – Hydrocallator Packs – E-Stim

Compression Unit – Ultrasound – Parafin Bath

 

If a team is not traveling with an athletic trainer, please have a physician or school athletic trainer call with specific parameters should an athlete require the use of any modality. Without specific instruction we cannot provide treatment other than basic heat and ice.

DIRECTIONS:

I-85 South to I-485. Follow I-485 to exit 57, Providence Rd. Turn Right off the Ramp on Providence Rd. Follow directions below for "Union County Schools."

I-85 North I-485. Follow I-485 to exit 57, Providence Rd. Turn Left off ramp on Providence Rd. Follow directions below for Union County Schools.

I-77 North to Tyvola Road Exit. Turn Right off Ramp onto Tyvola Rd. Tyvola changes to Fairview Road. Continue on Fairview. Pass South Park Mall, Harpers, Burger King, and Allen Tate. After crossing Colony Rd and passing Ben and Jerry’s turn right into campus as you start up the hill. See map below.

I-77 South to Tyvola Road Exit. Turn left off the ramp onto Tyvola Rd, heading away from the Charlotte Coliseum. Tyvola changes to Fairview Road. Continue on Fairview. Pass South Park Mall, Harpers, Burger King, and Allen Tate. After crossing Colony Rd and passing Ben and Jerry’s turn right into campus as you start up the hill. See map below.

From Union County Schools: I-485 to Providence Road exit, #57. Follow Providence Road North (toward Charlotte) to Fairview and turn Left. Turn Left at next light on Carmel. Pass the entrances to school and all athletic fields on the right. Turn right on the first street after passing fields onto Mullens Ford Rd. Follow this road to the end and then turn Right on Simsbury. Follow this to the end. Turn Right on Fairview. Travel up the hill and the back entrance to school will be on your right

HOTELS:
The following are some of the hotels located within 15-20 minutes from Charlotte Country Day School. Call early to make your reservations!

Courtyard by Marriott Comfort Suites
6023 Park South Drive 10415 Centrum Parkway
704-552-7333 Pineville, NC 28134
**closest to CCDS 704-540-0069

Quality Inn Crown Point Residence Inn
2501 Sardis Road North 6030 J.A. Jones Drive
704-845-2810 Phone: 554-7001, ext. 5154

Courtyard by Marriott Hampton Inn
11425 East Independence Blvd 9616 Independence Pointe Pkwy
704-846-4466 704-841-1155

Holiday Inn
212 Woodlawn Road
800-847-7829