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2006

2011 NIAA Class 1A, 2A, 3A & 4A Nevada State

High School boys & girls Track & Field Championships, presented by the Review-Journal & Farmers

 

TO:     Athletic Administrator / Athletic Director

            Boys Track and Field Coach

            Girls Track and Field Coach

 

FR:     MEET ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

John Dixon, Meet Director, Del Sol High School

Lynn Mentzer, Competition Director, Reed High School

            Rick Eurich, Site Directors, Del Sol High School

            TBA (field) and TBA (track), Meet Referees

            TBA, Director of Officials & Facilities

            Dave Nolte, Officials Liaison

Mike O’Dea, Kim Grytdahl, Ricardo Hunter & Zane Gray, Directors of Meet Operations

            Donnie Nelson, Director of Sports Information & Public Relations, NIAA

Gordy McGregor, Northern assistant in above capacities

 

 

2011 NIAA (all classes) NEVADA STATE HIGH SCHOOL TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS MEET

 

The 2011 NIAA Class 1A, 2A, 3A & 4A Nevada State High School boys and girls

Track and Field Championships meet, presented by the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Farmers Insurance Group, is set to be contested Friday, May 20 and Saturday, May 21 at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas (see last page for directions).

 

MEET ORGANIZATION, MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS

 

The Games Committee is responsible for the entire meet’s management and all information above and beyond what is printed in this meet information packet.

 

The Jury of Appeals (Dave Nolte, TBA-N, Zane Gray, Kim Grytdahl & Ricardo Hunter) is responsible for the interpretation of all rules, regulations and policies set forth in this information packet and the National Federation rule book.

 

The NIAA staff and Board of Control will communicate only with the Meet Director and Meet Organizing Committee with regards to meet operations.

 

 

RULES

 

National Federation rules will govern the meet unless otherwise stated in this meet information packet. The Jury of Appeals will rule on any protest (the protest fee is $50, refundable if upheld). The decisions of the Jury of Appeals are final. No recourse (to the NIAA office staff or Board of Control) will be permitted after a ruling by the Jury.

 

STATE QUALIFYING

 

1A = The top four (4) placers in each event from both league meets;

2A = The top four (4) placers in each event from both league meets;

3A = The top two (2) individuals / relays (placers) from the Southern League meet and the top five (5) individuals / relays (placers) from the Northern League meet; the eighth qualifier will be determined by comparing the No. 3 mark (or next best) from the Southern League to that with the No. 6 mark (or next best) from the Northern League;

4A Track = The top three (3) placers in each event from the Northern Region meet, the top two (2) placers in each event from the Sunrise Region meet and the top two (2) placers in each event from the Sunset Region meet; the eighth qualifier / fifth Southern Nevada qualifier will be determined by matching the results between the No. 3 placers from both the Sunrise and Sunset region meets. Qualifiers are always based on place first, then time (like thirds, etc.), including when comparing Sunrise and Sunset Region third-place finishers.

4A Field = The top three (3) placers in each event from all three regions. Tie-breaking procedures per the NFHS rules book will be used to determine third place in each region (see the specific region meet information packets for more information).

 

REPLACEMENT OF A STATE QUALIFIER

 

The next placer from the same (affected) 4A region will be advanced in the case of injury, illness or ineligibility, but only with notice to the MEET DIRECTOR by Thursday, May 19 at 2:00 p.m. The next placer from the same 1A/2A/3A league or, if there is not a next placer available from that league, the next placer from the other 1A/2A/3A league will be advanced in the same cases but also only with notice to the MEET DIRECTOR by Thursday, May 19 at 2:00 p.m.

 

** PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED PAGES FOR THE MEET SCHEDULE. ** Coaches and athletes should note that the 2011 schedule has changed from 2009-2010 (as voted on in 2004 by the NIAA Track and Field Coaches Advisory Committee and the State Meet Organizing Committee) with the fact that the Friday and Saturday events have switched days. The 3200s and 1600 relays have NOT flip flopped this year (from 2010) so as to match up accordingly. In essence, the main schedule blocks now stay for two-year intervals. The meet schedule will again/next switch DAYS in 2013.

 

MEET SCHEDULE – DAY ONE:  FRIDAY, MAY 20, 2011

 

Track Event Finals – Friday, May 20, 2011 @ Del Sol High School

 

1:30 p.m., Coaches Meeting

 

3:00 p.m., 1A Boys 3200 Relay (120)

3:15 p.m., 2A Boys 3200 Relay (84)

3:30 p.m., 3A Boys 3200 Relay (48)

3:45 p.m., 4A Boys 3200 Relay (12)

 

4:05 p.m., 1A Boys 110 Hurdles (115)

4:10 p.m., 2A Boys 110 Hurdles (79)

4:15 p.m., 3A Boys 110 Hurdles (43)

4:20 p.m., 4A Boys 110 Hurdles (7)

 

4:30 p.m., 1A Girls 100 (127)

4:35 p.m., 2A Girls 100 (91)

4:40 p.m., 3A Girls 100 (55)

4:45 p.m., 4A Girls 100 (19)

 

4:55 p.m., 1A Boys 800 Relay (118)

5:00 p.m., 2A Boys 800 Relay (82)

5:05 p.m., 3A Boys 800 Relay (46)

5:10 p.m., 4A Boys 800 Relay (10)

 

5:20 p.m., 1A Boys 1600 (113)

5:30 p.m., 2A Boys 1600 (77)

5:40 p.m., 3A Boys 1600 (41)

5:50 p.m., 4A Boys 1600 (5)

 

6:05 p.m., 1A Girls 400 Relay (135)

6:10 p.m., 2A Girls 400 Relay (99)

6:15 p.m., 3A Girls 400 Relay (63)

6:20 p.m., 4A Girls 400 Relay (27)

 

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6:30 p.m., 1A Boys 400 (111)

6:35 p.m., 2A Boys 400 (75)

6:40 p.m., 3A Boys 400 (39)

6:45 p.m., 4A Boys 400 (3)

 

6:55 p.m., 1A Girls 300 Hurdles (134)

7:00 p.m., 2A Girls 300 Hurdles (98)

7:05 p.m., 3A Girls 300 Hurdles (62)

7:10 p.m., 4A Girls 300 Hurdles (26)

 

7:20 p.m., 1A Girls 800 (130)

7:25 p.m., 2A Girls 800 (94)

7:30 p.m., 3A Girls 800 (58)

7:35 p.m., 4A Girls 800 (22)

 

7:45 p.m., 1A Boys 200 (110)

7:50 p.m., 2A Boys 200 (74)

7:55 p.m., 3A Boys 200 (38)

8:00 p.m., 4A Boys 200 (2)

 

8:10 p.m., 3A Girls 3200 (60)… stays in this order for one more year, 2011.

8:25 p.m., 4A Girls 3200 (24)

 

8:45 p.m., 1A Girls 1600 Relay (137)… stays in this order for one more year, 2011.

8:50 p.m., 2A Girls 1600 Relay (101)

8:55 p.m., 3A Girls 1600 Relay (65)

9:00 p.m., 4A Girls 1600 Relay (29)

 

9:10 p.m., 1A Girls 3200 (132)… stays in this order for one more year, 2011.

9:25 p.m., 2A Girls 3200 (96)

 

 

Field Event Finals – Friday, May 20, 2011 @ Del Sol High School

 

2:00 p.m., Shot Put & Discus weigh-ins open

 

3:00 p.m., 1A Boys High Jump (123)

followed by 4A Boys High Jump (15)

and then 3A Boys High Jump (51)

and finally 2A Boys High Jump (87)

 

3:00 p.m., 3A Boys Long Jump (49)

followed by 2A Boys Long Jump (85)

and then 1A Boys Long Jump (121)

and finally 4A Boys Long Jump (13)

 

3:00 p.m., 4A Girls Triple Jump (32)

followed by 3A Girls Triple Jump (68)

and then 2A Girls Triple Jump (104)

and finally 1A Girls Triple Jump (140)

 

3:00 p.m., 1A Girls Pole Vault (142)

3:00 p.m., 2A Girls Pole Vault (106),

5:30 p.m., 3A Girls Pole Vault (70),

5:30 p.m., 4A Girls Pole Vault (34),

* Pole vault weigh-ins will be conducted during check-in times.

 

3:00 p.m., 1A Girls Shot Put (143)

followed by 4A Girls Shot Put (35)

and then 3A Girls Shot Put (71)

and finally 2A Girls Shot Put (107)

 

3:00 p.m., 3A Boys Discus (54)

followed by 2A Boys Discus (90)

and then 1A Boys Discus (126)

and finally 4A Boys Discus (18)

 

 

MEET SCHEDULE – DAY TWO:  SATURDAY, MAY 21, ‘11

 

Track Event Finals – Saturday, May 21, 2011 @ Del Sol High School

 

8:00 a.m., 1A Girls 3200 Relay (138)

8:15 a.m., 2A Girls 3200 Relay (102)

8:30 a.m., 3A Girls 3200 Relay (66)

8:45 a.m., 4A Girls 3200 Relay (30)

 

9:05 a.m., 1A Girls 110 Hurdles (133)

9:10 a.m., 2A Girls 110 Hurdles (97)

9:15 a.m., 3A Girls 110 Hurdles (61)

9:20 a.m., 4A Girls 110 Hurdles (25)

 

9:30 a.m., 1A Boys 100 (109)

9:35 a.m., 2A Boys 100 (73)

9:40 a.m., 3A Boys 100 (37)

9:45 a.m., 4A Boys 100 (1)

 

9:55 a.m., 1A Girls 800 Relay (136)

10:00 a.m., 2A Girls 800 Relay (100)

10:05 a.m., 3A Girls 800 Relay (64)

10:10 a.m., 4A Girls 800 Relay (28)

 

10:20 a.m., 1A Girls 1600 (131)

10:30 a.m., 2A Girls 1600 (95)

10:40 a.m., 3A Girls 1600 (59)

10:50 a.m., 4A Girls 1600 (23)

 

11:05 a.m., 1A Boys 400 Relay (117)11

11:10 a.m., 2A Boys 400 Relay (81)

11:15 a.m., 3A Boys 400 Relay (45)

11:20 a.m., 4A Boys 400 Relay (9)

 

11:30 a.m., 1A Girls 400 (129)

11:35 a.m., 2A Girls 400 (93)

11:40 a.m., 3A Girls 400 (57)

11:45 a.m., 4A Girls 400 (21)

 

11:55 a.m., 1A Boys 300 Hurdles (116)

12:00 p.m., 2A Boys 300 Hurdles (80)

12:05 p.m., 3A Boys 300 Hurdles (44)

12:10 p.m., 4A Boys 300 Hurdles (8)

 

12:20 p.m., 1A Boys 800 (112)

12:25 p.m., 2A Boys 800 (76)

12:30 p.m., 3A Boys 800 (40)

12:35 p.m., 4A Boys 800 (4)

 

12:45 p.m., 1A Girls 200 (128)

12:50 p.m., 2A Girls 200 (92)

12:55 p.m., 3A Girls 200 (56)

1:00 p.m., 4A Girls 200 (20)

 

1:15 p.m., 3A Boys 3200 (42)… stays the same for one more year, 2011.

1:30 p.m., 4A Boys 3200 (6)… subject to discussion at NIAA Board meeting April 6.

 

1:45 p.m., 1A Boys 1600 Relay (119)… stays the same for one more year, 2011.

1:50 p.m., 2A Boys 1600 Relay (83)

1:55 p.m., 3A Boys 1600 Relay (47)

2:00 p.m., 4A Boys 1600 Relay (11)

 

2:10 p.m., 1A Boys 3200 (114)… stays the same for one more year, 2011.

2:25 p.m., 2A Boys 3200 (78)… subject to discussion at NIAA Board meeting April 6.

 

 

 

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Field Event Finals – Friday, May 21, 2011 @ Del Sol High School

 

8:00 a.m., Shot Put & Discus weigh-ins open

 

9:00 a.m., 1A Girls High Jump (141)

followed by 4A Girls High Jump (33)

and then 3A Girls High Jump (69)

and finally 2A Girls High Jump (105)

 

9:00 a.m., 3A Girls Long Jump (67)

followed by 2A Girls Long Jump (103)

and then 1A Girls Long Jump (139)

and finally 4A Girls Long Jump (31)

 

9:00 a.m., 4A Boys Triple Jump (14)

followed by 3A Boys Triple Jump (50)

and then 2A Boys Triple Jump (86)

and finally 1A Boys Triple Jump (122)

 

9:00 a.m., 1A Boys Pole Vault (124)

9:00 a.m., 2A Boys Pole Vault (88),

11:30 a.m., 3A Boys Pole Vault (52),

11:30 a.m., 4A Boys Pole Vault (16),

* Pole vault weigh-ins will be conducted during check-in times

 

9:00 a.m., 1A Boys Shot Put (125)

followed by 4A Boys Shot Put (17)

and then 3A Boys Shot Put (53)

and finally 2A Boys Shot Put (89)

 

9:00 a.m., 3A Girls Discus (72)

followed by 2A Girls Discus (108)

and then 1A Girls Discus (144)

and finally 4A Girls Discus (36)

 

 

PROBLEM PROTOCOL

 

The head coach should proceed to the clerk / staging area to get in immediate contact with the Meet Referee when a protest situation occurs. Judgment decisions cannot be protested. THE PROTEST FEE IS $50 (cash or check payable to NIAA). A three/five-member Jury of Appeals will rule on any protest. The decision of the Jury of Appeals is final. The protest fee will be returned if the protest is won.

 

No recourse (to the NIAA, its staff or Board of Control) of action will be permitted after a ruling by the Jury of Appeals.

SPIKES

 

The NIAA Board of Control officially adopted a 3/16-inch spike rule. Pyramid and/or Needle spikes may not protrude more than 3/16-inch into the track/runway surface. All removable protrusions must be removed from the spike plate/shoe base. If an athlete is found to have competed with improper equipment, that athlete (and relay team) will be disqualified. Adopted, 2011.

 

TIES FOR STATE QUALIFYING POSITIONS

 

The meet (and event) staff will break ties, even in the case of state qualifying positions, according to the procedures outlined in Rule 6, Section 3, Article 2 for throwing events and in Rule 7, Section 3, Article 2 for jumping events.

 

In the case of a tie for a state qualifying position, the following guidelines will apply:

 

  1. Field Events – If a tie exists after rule book tie-breaking (placing and scoring) procedures have been applied, each tied athlete will advance to the state meet. If the tie can be broken in terms of a field event qualifying position, it will.

 

  1. Running Events of 400 meters or less – A run-off will take place prior to the start of the state meet. The date, site and time of the run-off will be announced by the NIAA office in the region information packets.

 

  1. Running Events of 800 meters or more – Each tied athlete will advance to the state meet.

 

 

SCORING

 

Scoring will be to eight places (10, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 & 1) for all classes.

 

AWARDS

 

Medals will be presented to the top four (4) placers in each event. Medals will be presented soon after the conclusion of a particular event.

Trophies will be presented to the top two (2) teams in each class.

 

 

 

LANE ASSIGNMENTS FOR TRACK EVENTS

 

Lane assignments will be created based on the results of league/region meets, weighing place first and time second as outlined below. Lane four (4) is the preferred lane.

 

Class 1A and 2A Finals

Lane 1 – faster 4th place

Lane 2 – faster 3rd place

Lane 3 – faster 2nd place

Lane 4 – faster 1st place

Lane 5 – slower 1st place

Lane 6 – slower 2nd place

Lane 7 – slower 3rd place

Lane 8 – slower 4th place

 

Class 3A Finals

Lane 1 – North 4th place

Lane 2 – faster 3rd place

Lane 3 – faster 2nd place

Lane 4 – faster 1st place

Lane 5 – slower 1st place

Lane 6 – slower 2nd place

Lane 7 – slower 3rd place

Lane 8 – North 5th place

 

Class 4A Finals

Lane 1 – 3rd place, #1 time

Lane 2 – 2nd place, #2 time

Lane 3 – 1st place, #3 time

Lane 4 – 1st place, #1 time

Lane 5 – 1st place, #2 time

Lane 6 – 2nd place, #1 time

Lane 7 – 2nd place, #3 time

Lane 8 – 3rd place, #2 time

 

SEEDING FOR FIELD EVENTS

 

All eight/nine (8/9) athletes will compete as finalists. The field will open based on qualifying marks from the league / region meets. All finals (LJ, TJ, SP, DIS) will consist of three attempts and a re-ranking for the remaining three attempts with no elimination. NO (re-) WARM UPS WILL BE PERMITTED AFTER THE INITIAL SET OF THREE ATTEMPTS. Seeding for field events will follow the National Federation rule book for reverse order.

 

STARTING HEIGHTS & PROGRESSIONS

 

The Games Committee will determine starting heights for the HJ and PV. The following is recommended:

 

HJ – Two inches (2”) lower than the eighth competitor’s qualifying mark.

PV – Six inches (6”) lower than the eighth competitor’s qualifying mark.

The Games Committee may adjust starting heights based on weather conditions, etc.

 

The following (HJ, PV) increment increases are recommended in the competition:

HJ – Two inches (2”)

PV – Six inches (6”)

 

The following increment increases will be utilized when there are four or less competitors remaining:

HJ – One inch (1”)

PV – Three inches (3”)

 

WEIGHING OF IMPLEMENTS / POLE VAULT CHECK-IN

 

All competition implements will be weighed and measured for size prior to the start of the meet by an official. These implements will be impounded until the competition begins. Contestants may use any implement that has been certified for competition.

Please refer to the schedule for check-in times. No rubber discs will be allowed in competition.

 

Pole vaulters will be weighed in competition attire and poles will be inspected for proper ratings at the time of check-in.

 

CHECK-IN / CLERK & STAGING AREA

 

Athletes must report and check-in with the clerk prior to the beginning of all events. Athletes should be aware of public address announcements referring to check-in times for all events. Athletes may and should check-in 30 minutes before the scheduled / published start time for a particular event.

 

UNIFORMS & JEWELRY

 

Please refer to pages 24-26 (and specifically RULE 4, SECTION 3, ARTICLES 1-4) of the 2011 NFHS Track & Field rules book for information on a “Competitor’s Uniform.” Bandanas are NOT allowed / permitted to be worn during competition.

 

SPIKES

 

The NIAA Board of Control officially adopted a 3/16-inch spike rule. Pyramid and/or Needle spikes may not protrude more than 3/16-inch into the track/runway surface. All removable protrusions must be removed from the spike plate/shoe base. If an athlete is found to have competed with improper equipment, that athlete (and relay team) will be disqualified. Adopted, 2011.

 

EVENT AREA

 

Coaches and non-participating athletes must stay outside all fenced, roped and flagged areas. Athletes must vacate the infield / event area immediately after their event’s conclusion (awards ceremony).

 

RELAYS

 

A “school” qualifies for a relay event. Thus, it is possible for a coach to enter different individuals on the state relay team than those used in the league/region meet.

However, once the (up to) six names have been declared for a relay team in the state meet, the coach must pool from that list to form its state team. Teams must submit their relay cards to clerk upon check-in.

 

 

FIELD EVENT SECTORS

 

Please refer to the National Federation’s track and field rules book for the new sector discus and shot put sector measurements in all meets, including regular-season meets.

 

 

RUNWAYS

 

Boys Runway on the Home side / Westside
LJ Board 12' from the pit max run 150'
TJ Board 32' max run  130' and 38' Board Max run 124'

Girls Runway on the Visitor side / Eastside
LJ Board 8' from the pit Max run 153'
TJ Board 24' max run 137'  and 32' max run 129'
 
PoleVault
1A boys/1A girls and 4A girls /4A boys max run 150' Eastside / Visitor side
2A boys/ 2A girls and 3A boys/ 3A girls max run 120' Westside / Home side

 

 

PROBLEM PROTOCOL

 

The head coach should proceed to the clerk / staging area to get in immediate contact with the Meet Referee when a protest situation occurs. Judgment decisions cannot be protested. THE PROTEST FEE IS $50 (cash or check payable to NIAA). A three/five-member Jury of Appeals will rule on any protest. The decision of the Jury of Appeals is final. The protest fee will be returned if the protest is won.

 

No recourse (to the NIAA, its staff or Board of Control) of action will be permitted after a ruling by the Jury of Appeals.

 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

 

Starting blocks will be furnished by the Games Committee, but athletes may use their own.

No music boxes are allowed in the stadium.

Coaches are not allowed on the infield.

Athletes are not allowed on the infield except when escorted there for their event.

Athletes must then leave the infield immediately after the conclusion of the event’s awards presentation.

 

 

ADMISSION

 

Students, $5

Adults, $7

Children age 8 and younger, free

Seniors age 62 and older, free

NIAA Courtesy Cards accepted for pass holder and guest

 

 

IMPORTANT:

 

Athletes will be allowed admission with a uniform.

Coaches will be allowed permission based on a form submitted by their school’s administration.

The athlete and coaches pass gate will be at a different location than the public ticket gate.

 

 

HOST SCHOOL

 

Del Sol High School is located at 3100 E. Patrick Ln. in Las Vegas (89120). The phone number to the school is (702) 799-6830. John Dixon, the Meet Director, can be contacted via e-mail at dixon@interact.ccsd.net. Athletic Administrator, and Rick Eurich (ext. 4120), Athletic Director, are the Meet Assistants. Please contact the Del Sol staff with meet-specific questions.

 

Please call the NIAA office (775-453-1012) with any general meet questions.

 

 

May 20, 2011

 

ATTENTION:  Boys & Girls Track and Field Coaches

 

IMPORTANT -- STATE MEET NOTES

 

  1. Coaches will be required to show school (district) identification or be listed on the state/district-approved coaches list to be admitted free of charge at the pass gate.

 

  1. Athletes will be required to show a uniform jersey to be admitted free of charge at the pass gate.

 

  1. The meet will include multiple referees for the running and field events.

 

  1. The maximum length of the triple jump approach / runway will be announced here at a later date. The maximum length of the pole vault approach / runway will also be announced here at a later date.

 

  1. Coaching boxes will be created for the pole vault and shot put competitions. Only one (1) coach will be allowed inside this box and no communication equipment will be permitted.

 

  1. Pole vault and implement weigh-ins will take place behind the storage shed in the southwest area of the facility.

 

  1. Tape markings will be permitted on the track for relays. However, tape (by rule) will not be allowed on the runways for jumping events.

 

  1. A protest fee of $50 will charged. Coaches will be asked to pay in cash or using a school check. The fee will be returned if the protest is won.

 

 

2006 Results - Nevada NIAA Outdoor State Championships

Published by
John Dixon of RS/NV   on May 20 2006, 06:04 PM
Nevada NIAA Outdoor State Championships
May 19, 2006 to May 20, 2006
Del Sol HS, 3100 E Patrick Lane, Las Vegas, NV, US, 89120
 
| 100m | 200m | 400m | 800m | 1600m | 3200m | 100m Hurdles | 110m Hurdles | 300m Hurdles | 4x100m Relay | 4x200m Relay | 4x400m Relay | 4x800m Relay | Shot Put | Discus | High Jump | Long Jump | Triple Jump | Pole Vault
 
Mens 100m 1A Back to top
  Name Yr School Finals Wind H# Pts
1 Pullens, Jesse   Spring Mountain 11.65 -3.1 1 10
2 Langley, Gene   Indian Springs 11.91 -3.1 1 8
3 Vea, George   Pahranagat Valle 12.05 -3.1 1 6
4 Moody, Shane   Eureka 12.28 -3.1 1 5
5 Walker, Matt   Sage Ridge 12.50 -3.1 1 4
6 Werner, Axel   Smith Valley 12.59 -3.1 1 3
 
Mens 100m 2A Back to top
  Name Yr School Finals Wind H# Pts
1 Loper, Justin   Independence 11.46 -2.5 1 10
2 Wilson, Rashad   Rite of Passage 11.72 -2.5 1 8
3 Kopp, Kyle   White Pine 12.05 -2.5 1 6
4 Rogers, Ian   The Meadows 12.14 -2.5 1 5
5 Bailey, Justin   Independence 12.33 -2.5 1 4
6 Bolden, Marcus   Independence 12.34 -2.5 1 3
7 Pyeatt, Thomas   White Pine 12.37 -2.5 1 2
8 Henroid, Adam   White Pine 12.41 -2.5 1 1
 
Mens 100m 3A Back to top
  Name Yr School Finals Wind H# Pts
1 Richardson, Shaka   Boulder City 11.06 +1.8 1 10
2 Peterson, Brandon   Tahoe-Truckee 11.16 +1.8 1 8
3 Martin, Mike   Dayton 11.61 +1.8 1 6
4 Spencer, Rocky   Pahrump Valley 11.72 +1.8 1 5
5 Sullivan, Jim   Faith Lutheran 11.76 +1.8 1 4
6 Lynch, Austin   Tahoe-Truckee 11.77 +1.8 1 3
7 Storrs, Bill   Dayton 11.85 +1.8 1 2
8 Villacorta, Gabe   Sparks 12.13 +1.8 1 1
 
Mens 100m 4A Back to top
  Name Yr School Finals Wind H# Pts
1 Guy, Dell 12 Western 10.90 -4.8 1 10
2 Igeleke, Ekundayo 12 Liberty 10.99 -4.8 1 8
3 Johnson, Andre 11 Canyon Springs 11.27 -4.8 1 6
4 Robertson, Paris 10 Cheyenne 11.40 -4.8 1 5
5 Rowe, Royce 12 Hug 11.42 -4.8 1 4
6 Krueger, Ryan 12 Galena 11.45 -4.8 1 3
7 Ngongoske, Styker 10 McQueen 11.65 -4.8 1 2
 
Womens 100m 1A Back to top
  Name Yr School Finals Wind H# Pts
1 Gleason, Kylee   Smith Valley 13.14 -0.1 1 10
2 Whipple, Kalee   Pahranagat Valle 13.32 -0.1 1 8
3 Spratling, Millie   Wells 13.33 -0.1 1 6
4 Hardy, Ariana   Laughlin 13.50 -0.1 1 5
5 Young, Chelsea   Austin 13.53 -0.1 1 4
6 Deyampert, Alysia   Laughlin 13.86 -0.1 1 3
7 Gnadt, Jessica   Laughlin 13.89 -0.1 1 2
8 DeLappe, Eva   Sage Ridge 14.08 -0.1 1 1
 
Womens 100m 2A Back to top
  Name Yr School Finals Wind H# Pts
1 Brumbach, Casey   Whittell 13.44 -0.1 1 10
2 Sellers, Amber   Mineral County 13.57 -0.1 1 8
3 Peterson, Erica   Silver Stage 13.72 -0.1 1 6
4 Chiappini, Heather   White Pine 13.72 -0.1 1 5
5 Avery, Amber   Lincoln County 13.97 -0.1 1 4
6 Humbird, Mara   Whittell 14.01 -0.1 1 3
7 Blackman, Ranae   Lincoln County 14.13 -0.1 1 2
8 Bodenheimer, Amber   White Pine 15.15 -0.1 1 1
 
Womens 100m 3A Back to top
  Name Yr School Finals Wind H# Pts
1 Maloy, Dominique   Pahrump Valley 12.29 -0.3 1 10
2 Lightbourne, Genesis   Faith Lutheran 13.42 -0.3 1 8
3 Ross, Kiara   Yerington 13.50 -0.3 1 6
4 Weeks, Maria   Dayton 13.56 -0.3 1 5
5 O'Conner, Charlene   Incline 13.59 -0.3 1 4
6 Musick, Carrie   Pahrump Valley 13.61 -0.3 1 3
7 Rosales, Jenny   Sparks 13.69 -0.3 1 2
8 DeAngelo, Tiffani   Spring Creek 13.75 -0.3 1 1
 
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  Name Yr School Finals Wind H# Pts
1 Sanchez, Kayla 10 Carson 12.16 -0.3 1 10
2 Hatcher, Tia 11 Western 12.27 -0.3 1 8
3 Marshall, Sharonte 10 Cheyenne 12.53 -0.3 1 6
4 Brown, Ebony 11 Cheyenne 12.69 -0.3 1 5
5 Rush, Denicia 09 Foothill 12.71 -0.3 1 4
6 Johnson, Ericka 11 Valley 12.71 -0.3 1 3
7 Keirstead, Andrea 11 Carson 12.99 -0.3 1 2
8 Johnson, Hazel 11 Bishop Manogue 13.01 -0.3 1 1

Notations:
c = converted Hand Timing
w = Wind Assisted (>2.0 meters per second)
^ = Altitude
Team Scores
Women - 4A - Team Rankings - 18 Events Scored =============================================================================== 1) Galena High School 112 2) Carson High School 96 3) Reno High School 58 4) Western High School 44 5) Cheyenne High School 41 6) Valley High School 36 7) Cimarron-Memorial High Sch 35 8) Silverado High School 28 9) Centennial High School 22 9) Reed High School 22 11) Foothill High School 21 12) Shadow Ridge High School 18 13) Clark High School 15 13) McQueen High School 15 15) Canyon Springs High School 14 16) Desert Pines High School 13 17) South Tahoe High School 12 18) Durango High School 11 19) Mojave HS 10 19) Douglas High School 10 21) Green Valley High School 9 22) Bonanza High School 8.50 23) Bishop Manogue High School 8 24) Liberty High School 6 25) Coronado HS 5.50 26) Elko High School 5 26) Basic High School 5 28) Chaparral HS 4 28) Churchill County HS 4 30) Rancho HS Girls 3 31) Palo Verde High School 2 31) Sierra Vista High School 2 Women - 3A - Team Rankings - 18 Events Scored =============================================================================== 1) Spring Creek High School 104 2) Faith Lutheran HS 98 3) Pahrump Valley HS 97 4) Boulder City HS 79 5) Lowry High School 69 6) Dayton High School 46 7) Incline High School 44 7) Yerington High School 44 9) North Tahoe High School 39 10) Tahoe/Truckee HS 35 11) Moapa Valley HS 17 12) Sparks High School 11 13) Fernley High School 10 14) Virgin Valley HS 5 Women - 2A - Team Rankings - 18 Events Scored =============================================================================== 1) Whittell High School 216 2) White Pine HS 88.50 3) Battle Mountain High Schoo 81.50 4) Silver Stage High School 66 5) Pershing County High Schoo 65 6) The Meadows School 53.50 7) Mineral County High School 52 8) Lincoln County HS 48.50 9) West Wendover HS 20 Women - 1A - Team Rankings - 18 Events Scored =============================================================================== 1) Laughlin HS 123 2) Smith Valley High School 106 3) Lund HS 68 4) Wells High School 57 5) Indian Springs HS 55 6) Pahranagat Valley HS 47 7) Sage Ridge School 45 8) Jackpot High School 40 9) Round Mountain HS 37 10) Austin High School 25 11) Owyhee High School 23 12) Carlin High School 22 12) Beatty HS 22 14) Pyramid Lake High School 6 15) Excel Christian 5 16) Gerlach High School 3 Men - 4A - Team Rankings - 18 Events Scored =============================================================================== 1) Galena High School 87 2) Silverado High School 60 3) Las Vegas High School 58 4) Reno High School 54 5) Hug High School 42 6) Canyon Springs High Schoo 38 7) Bishop Manogue High School 31 8) Western High School 30 9) Cheyenne High School 28 10) Cimarron-Memorial High Sc 24 11) Desert Pines High School 22 12) Bonanza High School 21 13) Mojave HS 19 14) Reed High School 16 14) Carson High School 16 16) Damonte Ranch High School 14 16) Del Sol HS 14 18) Churchill County HS 13 19) Foothill High School 12 20) Spring Valley High School 11 20) Palo Verde High School 11 22) Douglas High School 10 23) Coronado HS 9 24) Liberty High School 8 24) McQueen High School 8 26) Chaparral HS 7 27) Green Valley High School 6 28) Bishop Gorman H.S. 5 28) Valley High School 5 30) Durango High School 3 31) Shadow Ridge High School 2 31) Arbor View High School 2 31) Centennial High School 2 34) Clark High School 1 Men - 3A - Team Rankings - 18 Events Scored =============================================================================== 1) Dayton High School 116.50 2) Pahrump Valley HS 109.50 3) Boulder City HS 95 4) Tahoe/Truckee HS 70 5) Faith Lutheran HS 66 6) Spring Creek High School 63.50 7) Fernley High School 63 8) Lowry High School 38.50 9) North Tahoe High School 23 10) Sparks High School 20 11) Virgin Valley HS 18 12) Incline High School 10 13) Yerington High School 8 Men - 2A - Team Rankings - 18 Events Scored =============================================================================== 1) Independence High School 156 2) White Pine HS 140 3) Battle Mountain High Schoo 78 4) Silver Stage High School 72 5) Whittell High School 68 6) Lincoln County HS 67 7) Rite of Passage 62 8) The Meadows School 36 9) West Wendover HS 13 10) Pershing County High Scho 4 Men - 1A - Team Rankings - 18 Events Scored =============================================================================== 1) Smith Valley High School 136 2) Spring Mountain 109 3) Laughlin HS 64 4) Indian Springs HS 63 5) Round Mountain HS 52 6) Sage Ridge School 44 7) Pahranagat Valley HS 36 8) Carlin High School 33 9) Owyhee High School 28 10) Eureka High School 22 11) Beatty HS 19 12) Gabbs High School 18 13) Lund HS 17 14) Jackpot High School 11 15) McDermitt High School 10 16) Wells High School 9 17) Excel Christian 4 18) Pyramid Lake High School 3 18) Tonopah HS 3

 


 
 
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