KTCCCA Middle School State Championship 2014
03/08/2014 9:24:38 PM
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Are the standards and extra entry standards below for the 2014 meet? They say 2013. Thanks.
Are the standards and extra entry standards below for the 2014 meet? They say 2013. Thanks.
03/09/2014 12:18:56 PM
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@Villefan Those are the 2013 Standards, 2014 standards will be out shortly.
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Those are the 2013 Standards, 2014 standards will be out shortly.
04/07/2014 8:02:27 AM
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Have the 2014 standards for the Middle School State Championships been developed/disseminated? Thanks.
Have the 2014 standards for the Middle School State Championships been developed/disseminated? Thanks.
04/07/2014 11:51:54 AM
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Frank just posted on listserve
Frank just posted on listserve
04/24/2014 9:37:42 PM
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We are new to coaching. Can someone explain the rules for "qualifying" for the state meet? For example, if we have 3 boys running in the 100 and 1 of them meets the minimum of 14.5, the other two also meet this requirement. How many of them can run at state? If one of them meets the minimum and the other two meet the extra entry requirement, can all three run? We just don't understand the two sets of times.
We are new to coaching. Can someone explain the rules for "qualifying" for the state meet? For example, if we have 3 boys running in the 100 and 1 of them meets the minimum of 14.5, the other two also meet this requirement. How many of them can run at state? If one of them meets the minimum and the other two meet the extra entry requirement, can all three run? We just don't understand the two sets of times.
04/24/2014 10:33:52 PM
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@Hutt14 This is how it works: 1. To enter one kid they must have run the minimum. 2. To enter more than one, EVERY kid you enter in that event must have run the extra entry standard. In general, it's very rare that a school gets more than one entry, the standard is intentionally set very high. The purpose is for those rare cases where one team has two kids likely to place (eg win an award) in the State Meet. Only the highest placer can score for the team but both can collect hardware.
@Hutt14

This is how it works:

1. To enter one kid they must have run the minimum.
2. To enter more than one, EVERY kid you enter in that event must have run the extra entry standard.

In general, it's very rare that a school gets more than one entry, the standard is intentionally set very high. The purpose is for those rare cases where one team has two kids likely to place (eg win an award) in the State Meet. Only the highest placer can score for the team but both can collect hardware.

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