IDAHO HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION 2022-2023 - SWIMSWIMMING COACHES PACKET
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2022 Swimming Only one swimsuit per competitor shall be permitted in competition. The swimsuit shall be: Classification — based on grades 9-12 1. Constructed of a woven/knit textile material. 5A 1,280 and over 2. Permeable. 4A 1,279 and under 3. Made so as not to aid in buoyancy and shall not be altered 2022 Swimming Season to aid in buoyancy. First day of practice August 8 4. Made with no zippers or other fastening system other than First meet August 24 a waist tie for a brief or jammer and elastic material within Dist. Tourn. Completion October 29 the casing/ribbing in the terminal ends (straps, leg State Meet November 4-5 openings and waist openings). *All teams and meet hosts/directors will be required to enter 5. Constructed so that the style/shape of the suit for males rosters, schedules and meet results on MaxPreps for every shall not extend above the waist nor below the top of the contest. kneecap and for the females shall not extend beyond the shoulders nor below the top of the kneecap, nor cover the Meet Limitations neck. Teams and individuals are limited to seven meets during the regular season, not to exceed two meets per week. A contestant who Swimsuits with a FINA marking, if otherwise legal, shall be legal for exceeds these limitations will become ineligible for district, state, or IHSAA/NFHS competition. any further IHSAA sponsored competition. Officials Number of Coaches/Support Personnel at State Tournament (for a full list of officials and their duties see NFHS Rule 4) All classifications will be limited to two official school* coaches at All officials must be USA Swimming certified or “in training” for State. These individuals will be admitted without an IHSAA card or certification. Officials may also register/certify through the IHSAA. admission ticket and will be allowed deck access. Schools shall provide no less than two (2) USA Swimming certified, Any coaches or support personnel exceeding that number must have USA “in training” or IHSAA certified officials for regular season either an IHSAA card or purchase tickets for admission but will not meets. be allowed deck access. *Official school coaches are those designated by the school principal The meet referee is the head official and is responsible for making and the local school board. decisions on matters not specifically covered by the rules, setting aside application of a rule during a meet or ordering a race re-swum Rules when there is obvious unfairness. All contests will be played under National Federation (NFHS) rules. Rules books/case books are to be picked up and signed for by a Championship swimming competition shall be administered by a school representative at the district rules clinics. USA or IHSAA certified referee, starter, stroke inspectors, turn, takeoff and finish judges, timers, a scorer, a recorder and an Length and Order of Swimming Events announcer. For district-qualifying meets, the referee and starter 1. 200 yd./m medley relay must be IHSAA certified. All officials at the State Meet shall be 2. 200 yd./m freestyle certified by the IHSAA. 3. 200 yd./m individual medley 4. 50 yd./m freestyle Non-championship meets shall be administered by a number of 5. 100 yd./m butterfly officials sufficient to properly conduct the meet. It is recommended 6. 100 yd./m freestyle a minimum of two officials administer dual meets. 7. 500 yd./400 m freestyle Coach Requirements 8. 200 yd./m freestyle relay 1. Head coaches must be certified to teach in Idaho or have 9. 100 yd./m backstroke completed the NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching course as 10. 100 yd./m breaststroke outlined in Rule 3-1. 11. 400 yd./m freestyle relay 2. All coaches must complete a first aid and CPR course from a school district recognized provider, as outlined in Rule 3-2. Entries by Individuals 3. All coaches (includes head coaches, assistant coaches, and A competitor shall be permitted to enter a maximum of four events volunteers of all IHSAA activities) are required to complete the per meet, not more than two of which may be individual events. St. Luke’s online Concussion Course, the NFHS online Sudden Prelims and finals are considered one meet. Cardiac Arrest course and the NFHS online Student Mental Health and Suicide Prevention course upon hiring and on even Uniforms numbered years prior to the first day of practice. IHSAA (for a full list of uniform requirements see NFHS Rules) Statewide Concussion Review dates: 2022-23, 2024-25, etc… It is recommended all swimmers on the team wear suits of identical coloring and pattern. Suits shall be of one piece. A competitor shall Rules Clinics not be permitted to participate wearing a suit that is not of decent Coaches must attend a rules clinic in his/her district each year, appearance. Boys shall wear suits which cover the buttocks. Girls presented by the district swimming interpreter. District Boards of shall wear suits which cover the buttocks and breasts. Control may fine schools whose coaches do not meet this requirement. The suit or cap(s) may display the name and/or number of the competitor, school or mascot.
Representation *Alternates must be gender specific and must not exceed 4 girls and Eighteen (18) individuals per event/classification and twelve (12) 4 boys in all cases. relays per classification will qualify for the state meet. The representation per district and classification are as follows: Example: • If School A only qualifies in the boys 200 medley relay, 2022 Representation (cont.) they may not bring female relay-only alternates. 5A District Indiv. Events Relays • If School B qualifies in the boys 400 freestyle relay, the I-II 2* 2** boys 200 medley relay and the girls 200 medley relay, they III 8* 6** would be allowed to bring 4 female and 4 male relay-only V-VI 3* 2** alternates. * Next five fastest times statewide qualifies ** Next two fastest times statewide qualifies Only those students who have qualified for State or have 4A District Indiv. Events Relays been designated as a relay-only alternate will be allowed I-II 1* 1** on-deck. III 2* 1** IV 5* 4** V 1* 1** VI 3* 2** * Next six fastest times statewide qualifies ** Next three fastest times statewide qualifies NOTE: Individuals may qualify for the state swim meet by meeting or bettering the ninth best qualifying time or mark made by individuals who have qualified for the state meet. Hardship Qualification for State Swimming Possible “hardship” qualifiers qualifying for the state meet other than by district or regional competitions must meet the criteria in #1 and either #2 or #3: 1. Meet or surpass the state qualifying mark (3rd place time from 2021 State Meet) in their particular event(s) in a sanctioned meet (one with four or more schools), or with electronic timing during one of the seven regular season meets or at the district qualifying meet (prelims or finals). 2. Provide proof that they were physically unable to compete at their district/regional meet. Such proof must be a letter from a physician, chiropractor, nurse practitioner or any medical practitioner licensed by the state, stating the nature of the injury/illness that prevented the athlete from competing at the district/regional meet, and also stating the athlete is released to compete in the state meet. Such proof must be presented by the head coach or athletic director prior to the conclusion of the meet to the district manager and be approved by the tournament management of the respective district/regional meet so that the athlete’s name may be included on the list of “Special Qualifiers” sent to the IHSAA. 3. Compete in the particular qualified event at their district/regional meet and fail to qualify by place or mark because of an incident beyond the athlete’s control that the meet referee deems a hardship to the athlete in question. Example: An athlete in an obvious qualifying place that is fouled or interfered with and is unable to finish the event at all or not to finish in a qualifying place. Swimming Alternates Allowed at State Schools shall be limited to the following number of relay-only alternates at the State Championship meet: Relays Qualified # of Alternates Allowed 1 or more girls’ relays 4* maximum 1 or more boys’ relays 4* maximum
Required Concussion Course Online Instructions Idaho Concussion Training: When In Doubt – Sit Them Out ü Go to the IHSAA website - www.idhsaa.org ü Click on OFFICIALS on the tab ü Select Concussion Course ü Enter required information ü Click BEGIN CERTIFICATION ü Take the 15 question Pre-Test ü Watch the 20-minute Training Video ü Take the 15 question Post-Test ü Once passed, click Congratulations! Redeem Your Certificate ü PRINT or DOWLOAD the Certificate of Completion YOU MUST submit your Certificate of Completion to your administrator.
Required Sudden Cardiac Arrest Course Online Instructions Follow these instructions to access the free, NFHS Online Sudden Cardiac Arrest Course ü Go to the IHSAA website - www.idhsaa.org ü Click on the OFFICIALS tab ü Select SCA COURSE ü Select state and click on ORDER COURSE ü Fill in required information to sign-in or create account ü Follow instructions to start course ü At the conclusion of the course, PRINT / SAVE CERTIFICATE. YOU MUST submit your Certificate of Completion to your administrator. If experiencing technical difficulties, contact the Help Desk at (317) 565-2023
Required Student Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Online Instructions Follow these instructions to access the free, NFHS Online Student Mental Health & Suicide Prevention ü Go to the IHSAA website - www.idhsaa.org ü Click on the SAFETY & WELLNESS tab ü Select SMHSP COURSE ü Select state and click on ORDER COURSE ü Fill in required information to sign-in or create account ü Follow instructions to start course ü At the conclusion of the course, PRINT / SAVE CERTIFICATE. YOU MUST submit your Certificate of Completion to your administrator. If experiencing technical difficulties, contact the Help Desk at (317) 565-2023
*Main changes highlighted in yellow RULE 17 - SEASONS 17-1 SPORT SEASONS Seasons have been established for sports and specific activities sponsored by the IHSAA. A season will commencewith the first allowed day of practice and will end with the completion of the state championship in that sport, or other date established by the Board of Directors. 17-1-1 The School Year The school year is considered to begin August 1 and conclude after the final IHSAAspring sport state championship. Coaching restrictions are in effect during the school year. 17-1-2 Regular Season Practices are held during the sport season and include items that are not allowed at any other time. The following are usually a part of regular season practice: a. Publicized announcement of the start of practice b. Restricted attendance according to school boundaries, age, sex, abilities, etc; c. Required attendance d. Intra-squad scrimmages e. Teaching team concepts as well as individual techniques and skills through the use of drill, "chalk talks", film sessions, etc. f. The use of school uniforms and/or protective equipment 17-1-3 Summer Programs Summer programs must be voluntary and must be terminated by the last day of July. The IHSAA supports member schools’ involvement in voluntary summer programs. However, the IHSAA believes that students need time off during the summer and strongly recommends that member schools schedule at least ten days of non- student contact during the summer each year. a. Coaching restrictions are suspended during the summer (the day after the spring state tournaments through July 31st). A high school coach can coach his/her players anytime, anywhere, during this period. During this period a team can scrimmage against another team without violating the out-of-season contest requirements (renting facility etc.). Practice, competition and facility use during the summer, is not covered by IHSAA insurance (liability, catastrophic, concussion etc.). b. A high school coach who coaches a team during the summer that advances to a regional or national qualifying event can continue to coach after July 31st until the completion of the tournament/s. IHSAA must approve a written request prior to participation during August. c. Students will only be allowed to attend team camps during the summer, not during the school year. d. Member schools are prohibited from hosting athletic camps involving students from IHSAA member schools during the month of August. Coaches from member schools are prohibited from working in or hosting athletic camps involving students from IHSAA member schools during the month of August. 17-1-4 Protective Equipment No school-owned uniforms and/or protective equipment may be used without written permission from the IHSAA. With that permission, schools may use their own protective equipment in a camp or clinic for a period of seven days within a ten-day period upon written request from the trustees of the school. Included in the request shall be a statement of recognition that IHSAA sponsored catastrophic insurance provides no coverage for the activity and any and all liabilities rest solely with the school, camp, or clinic. Individual students from a specific school are not required to use the school’s protective equipment in the same camp as other team members. Each individual student will only be allowed to use an IHSAA member school’s protective equipment by renting or loaning for a period of seven days within a ten-day period. 17-2 PRE & POST SEASON REGULATIONS Only in certain circumstances may school personnel be involved in practice or competition for IHSAA sponsored sports outside the sport season. The regulations listed below are in effect for any program in which students are instructed in the skills and techniques of a specific sport. a. Attendance is limited to non-school time. b. Participation is strictly voluntary and is open to all high school students that are currently enrolled at the school. c. All fees and expenses are provided by the student or his/her parents. No school funds, booster club funds (except those raised by the student and his/her parents for that specific activity/event) or other such funds can be used for entry fees, equipment, uniforms or transportation. d. Spectators are admitted without charge.
e. Award limits and amateur regulations of the IHSAA are followed. f. Students cannot be required to attend out-of-season practices, camps or contests. g. Sport-specific or athletic classes offered during the regular school day must meet the following criteria: 1. Must be open to all students. 2. Must be a class for credit. 3. If the coach is teaching the class, he/she must be the teacher of record for that class. 17-2-1 Coaching – Certified coaches are defined as any individuals (paid, non-paid, or volunteer as approved by the local school board) who are part of the school’s current coaching staff in the following sports; baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track, volleyball, and wrestling. 17-2-2 Rule of 2 – Coaches can instruct/coach no more than two students at one time by a member of their high school (grades 9- 12) staff of that sport during the school year. a. Anytime there are more than two students, it is considered an Open Gym/Field/Facility (follow the guidelines in Rule 17-2-3). 17-2-3 Open Gym/Field/Facility -Open Gym/Field/Facility does not violate IHSAA rules if the following conditions are met: a. Coaches supervise only. Coaches may NOT instruct/plan/organize/teach or coach. b. Coaches are allowed to coach/instruct any number of students on individual skills and development specific to their sport. Maximum of 10 hours per school year. c. Sessions do NOT count as required practice time prior to the season. d. Scrimmages and/or team competition against anyone that is not enrolled at the school are NOT allowed. e. Schools may petition the IHSAA to allow coaches to coach individuals during competitions that are qualifying events. f. Participants, coaches and/or schools are NOT covered under IHSAA catastrophic insurance plan. g. Administrative approval of Open Gym/ Field/Facility hours and weeks is required from the school Principal or Athletic Director. 17-2-4 Moratoriums The intent of IHSAA moratoriums is to allow students and teachers/coaches quality time with their families without the pressure of losing a level playing field. Coaching Limitations a. Coaches are not allowed to coach students of the school during the following times: 1. The 7-consecutive days prior to the Fall Practice start date listed in the IHSAA calendar. 2. The 3-day, consecutive no contact period during the winter break 3. Winter and spring activity coaches may contact students after the Fall Practice start date. b. Sport specific activities lead by coaches, captains, volunteers or parents such as practices, retreats, camps, weight room and conditioning/workouts are prohibited 7 days prior to the Fall Practice start date. c. Meetings with medical professionals, parent meetings, registration, equipment handout and fundraising are allowed. These meetings shall be non-mandatory. 17-3 FOUR-SPORT SEASON Junior high school leagues are allowed to offer four seasons of play in sports. Athletes are still restricted to one season in each sport. 17-3-1 In the event a ninth-grade athlete wishes to compete on a high school team, in addition to the junior high program, the following conditions must be met: a. The athlete must not exceed either the allowed number of a contests or weeks per season. b. The athlete must not compete following the completion of the regular high school season.
Swimming and Diving Rules Changes - 2022-23 By NFHS on April 20, 2022 swimming & diving Share Print 2-3-1, 2-4-4: Moves all language from referencing end wall height Rule 2-3-1 and establishes new nationally recognized standards for newly constructed or renovated facilities after January 1, 2023. Rationale: The new specifications provide consistency for high school swimming and adheres to national trends. 2-4 Table: Establishes new nationally recognized standards for newly constructed or renovated facilities after January 1, 2023. Rationale: The new specifications provide consistency for high school swimming and adheres to national trends. 2022-23 SWIMMING AND DIVING EDITORIAL CHANGES 2-7-2b, 2-7-3, 3-4 PENALTY, 4-2-2e, 6-5-3, 7-2-4, 8-1-3 PENALTY 2, 8-3-2 NOTE, 9-7-5 NOTE 2022-23 SWIMMING AND DIVING POINTS OF EMPHASIS 1. Sportsmanship 2. Diving Announcer Error 3. Relay Entries 4. Provide Deck Space for Officials 5. Diving Area Safety
GUIDELINES FOR HANDLING CONTESTS DURING LIGHTNING DISTURBANCES The purpose of these guidelines is to provide a default policy to those responsible for making decisions concerning the suspension and restarting of contests based on the presence of lightning. Proactive Planning 1. Assign staff to monitor local weather conditions before and during events. 2. Develop an evacuation plan, including identification of appropriate nearby shelters. 3. Develop criteria for suspension and resumption of play: a. When thunder is heard, or a cloud-to-ground lightning bolt is seen, the thunderstorm is close enough to strike your location with lightning. Suspend play and take shelter immediately. b. Thirty-minute rule: Once play has been suspended, wait at least 30 minutes after the last thunder is heard or flash of lightning is witnessed prior to resuming play. c. Any subsequent thunder or lightning after the beginning of the 30- minute count reset the clock and another 30-minute count should begin. 4. Hold periodic reviews for appropriate personnel. For more detailed information, refer to the Guidelines for Lightning Safety section contained in the NFHS Sports Medicine Handbook www.nfhs.org.
Check the appropriate box This individual was ejected for committing an unsportsmanlike act. IHSAA Rule 4-3 is in effect. This ejection was not the result of an unsportsmanlike act. IHSAA Rule 4-3 is not in effect EJECTION REPORT FOR UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT I, __________________________, a certified official from the _______ District, Name District # officiated the __________ contest between __________________ High School and sport __________________ High School at the ______________ level on ____/____/____. Junior Varsity/Varsity date During the _________________ of the contest, I ejected number (#) _________ from quarter/period/match/inning __________________ High School. Describe the unsportsmanlike act and why IHSAA Rule 4-3 is or is not in effect: __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ This ejection report is filed on ____/____/____ and is being sent this ____/____/____ date date to the _______________________ of the _______District in the sport of ___________. Commissioner’s name District # Official’s Signature __________________________ This report is being sent to: __________________________ at __________________________ High School, Principal’s name __________________________, Secretary of the _________ District Board of Control, District Secretary’s name District # __________________________, President of the _______ District Board of Control, District President’s name District # _______________________, Executive Director of the IHSAA by the District Commissioner. Name of IHSAA Executive Director District Commissioner’s Signature ______________________________
Swimming Coaches, MaxPreps is excited to offer Idaho coaches its swimming application. Idaho is one of a handful of states around the country to use the swimming & diving platform, per our partnership with the IHSAA. With the system, MaxPreps will provide state swimming coaches with a team page and database access to display and maintain all their team information for a respective season. Idaho coaches will be responsible for: 1) Entering complete rosters into MaxPreps 2) Assigning their teams to the regular-season meets they are hosting or participating in through the MaxPreps scheduling tool Those items should be completed BEFORE the season. To get access to your team page, go to MaxPreps.com and follow the steps to create your free, personal account. You can obtain access to your coach admin from your MaxPreps Idaho rep Alisa Dancer (email@example.com). If you already have a MaxPreps account, login with your email address and password to access your coach admin. RESULTS Host coaches and/or meet managers will be responsible for importing the Hytek results file into MaxPreps, but they will not be able to do so efficiently unless a complete roster has been entered and the team has been assigned to the meet. Host coaches and meet managers can refer to the Meet Manager Tutorial posted on the Idaho state association swim page for instructions on importing results. All results from the regular-season meets will be posted on each school’s swim team page, as well as on the MaxPreps leaderboards. ROSTERS & MEET SCHEDULES: Once you have created your MaxPreps account, to enter your roster & meets in your coach admin, hover your mouse cursor over the person icon at the top right of MaxPreps.com (shown above). A popup box will appear: click on your team name under “Admin Accounts” to go to your coach admin.
Entering Rosters: Once in your coach admin, click on the “Roster” link (shown in the graphic below). You can enter your roster manually by click on the green +Athlete button shown in the graphic below. This online tutorial provides instructions. Or, if you have the roster saved in an Excel format you can import it in one click. Click on the Menu button and follow the prompts in the coach admin when importing a roster from Excel. Most important, the headers atop the respective columns in your roster file must match with what MaxPreps requires. Those category headers are listed in MaxPreps. Entering Schedules: If you are hosting a regular-season dual or multi-team invitational, you can enter that meet on your schedule by clicking on the Schedule link in the menu bar and choosing the green Schedule a Meet button as shown below. Once you click the Schedule a Meet button, you will have the option to create a dual or multi-team meet, as shown below. Check off either the Dual Meet or Multi-Team circle and click the green Continue button. On the ensuing screen you will be able to select the date and time of the meet, in addition to selecting the location, status and the teams participating, as shown below. In addition, once you save the meet you also will be able to designate the Meet Manager for the respective event.
Assigning Team to Multi-Team Meets: To add your team to one of the regular-season, multi-team invitational meets, click on the Schedule link in your coach admin and select the green Schedule a Meet button. Next, check off the “Multi-Team (Invitational)” circle and click on the green Continue button that will appear. This will take you to a page where you can search all the meets entered by the host schools. Click the green “Add Team to Meet” and your team will be set up for that meet. Repeat the process for each meet you are competing in. STATE LEADERBOARDS All results imported by host schools and meet managers will be viewable on MaxPreps.com. To view the statewide leaderboards go to the MaxPreps Idaho page, and at the state page select Stat Leaders on the left side of the page. From there you can select any sport/gender available in Idaho. The leaderboards are searchable by event and division/classification/district/etc. As you get started, please feel free to contact MaxPreps Idaho rep Alisa Dancer with any comments or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org You also may contact the MaxPreps Coach Support Team at email@example.com or (800) 329-7324 ext 1. MaxPreps also offers an interactive help/support site at support.maxpreps.com.
2022-23 State Swimming Representation 18 INDIVIDUALS / 12 RELAYS SWIMMING 5A Ind I-II III V-VI 2022 2* of 4 50% 8* of 13 62% 3* of 4 75% 2023 3* of 4 75% 8* of 13 62% 2* of 4 50% 125% 124% 125% *The next five fastest times statewide will qualify for the state tournament 5A Relays I-II III V-VI 2022 2* of 4 50% 6* of 13 46% 2* of 4 50% 2023 2* of 4 50% 6* of 13 46% 2* of 4 50% 100% 92% 100% *The next two fastest times statewide will qualify for the state tournament 4A Ind I-II III IV V VI 2022 1* of 3 33% 2* of 4 50% 5* of 10 50% 1* of 2 50% 3* of 5 60% 2023 2* of 3 66% 2* of 4 50% 5* of 10 50% 1* of 2 50% 2* of 5 40% 99% 100% 100% 100% 100% *The next six fastest times statewide will qualify for the state tournament 4A Relays I-II III IV V VI 2022 1* of 3 33% 1* of 4 25% 4* of 10 40% 1* of 2 50% 2* of 5 40% 2023 1* of 3 33% 2* of 4 50% 3* of 10 30% 1* of 2 50% 2* of 5 40% 66% 75% 70% 100% 80% *The next three fastest times statewide will qualify for the state tournament Add: Individuals may qualify for the state swim meet by meeting or bettering the ninth best qualifying time or mark made by individuals who have qualified for the state meet.
2022 State Swimming Championships Thursday, November 3 3-6 PM Coaches' Packet Pick Up IHSAA Office 8011 Ustick Rd., Boise Friday, November 4 Session 1: 4A/3A/2A/1A Preliminaries Boise Aquatics Center / West YMCA 5959 N Discovery Way, Boise 8:30 AM Team Check In East Front Doors 8:30 AM Coaches' Meeting Hospitality Room 9:00 AM Warm Ups 9:00 AM Doors Open for Spectators Southeast Doors 9:15 AM Officials' Meeting Hospitality Room 9:40 AM Captains' Meeting Hospitality Room 10:00 AM Competition Begins DECK AND FACILITY WILL BE CLEARED AT THE CONCLUSION OF 4A PRELIMS Friday, November 4 Session 2: 5A Preliminaries Boise Aquatics Center / West YMCA 5959 N Discovery Way, Boise 1:30 PM Team Check In East Front Doors 1:30 PM Coaches' Meeting Hospitality Room 2:00 PM Warm Ups 2:00 PM Doors Open for Spectators Southeast Doors 2:15 PM Officials' Meeting Hospitality Room 2:40 PM Captains' Meeting Hospitality Room 3:00 PM Competition Begins
2022 State Swimming Championships Saturday, November 5 Session 3: 4A/3A/2A/1A FINALS Boise Aquatics Center / West YMCA 5959 N Discovery Way, Boise 8:00 AM Team Check In East Front Doors 8:00 AM Coaches' Meeting (if necessary) Hospitality Room 8:30 AM Warm Ups 8:30 AM Doors Open for Spectators Southeast Doors 8:45 AM Officials' Meeting Hospitality Room 9:10 AM Captains' Meeting (if necessary) Hospitality Room 9:30 AM Parade of Athletes 10:00 AM Competition Begins 1:00 PM 4A/3A/2A/1A Team Awards Approximate DECK AND FACILITY WILL BE CLEARED AT THE CONCLUSION OF 4A FINALS Saturday, November 5 Session 4: 5A FINALS Boise Aquatics Center / West YMCA 5959 N Discovery Way, Boise 2:00 PM Team Check In East Front Doors 2:00 PM Coaches' Meeting Hospitality Room 2:30 PM Warm Ups 2:30 PM Doors Open for Spectators Southeast Doors 2:45 PM Officials' Meeting Hospitality Room 3:10 PM Captains' Meeting (if necessary) Hospitality Room 3:30 PM Parade of Athletes 4:00 PM Competition Begins 7:00 PM 5A Team Awards Approximate
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