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2015 KING FROSH SOPH TRACK CLASSIC INVITATIONAL

The date for this year's meet is March 28, 2015

8:30 AM start for field events
9:00 AM start for track events

Come and enjoy King High's outstanding all-weather facility! 

Our Philosophy for the meet:
We desire to put on a "varsity quality" invitational for your frosh soph athletes. Too often, the "stars of the future" are eclipsed by today's standouts. Our meet gives the stage over to the up and comers, and provides them an opportunity to be treated to a high-class, well run meet with all the perks and benefits of varsity-level meets. With custom-designed, unique "see-through" medals, full snack bar, automatic timing and seeding, program and t-shirts, nothing is downsized in the absence of varsity athletes. Partnering with Dyestatcal.com, we'll provide your frosh-soph athletes showcased results and photos, indeed a rarity in the varsity dominated meets on any weekend. In short, we're working hard to put on a great meet for you and for your athletes! 

 
All Weather Surfaces
Electronic timing and computerized results
Online Entries through Finishedresults.com
Stadium that seats 4,000
All weather runways for all jumping events
2 Jump Pits

Automated seeding of all events
Trainer on site
Full snack bar serving lunch
Coaches hospitality room with free light breakfast served to all coaches
Trophies to top three boys and girls teams
Sweepstakes trophy to school with best combined score
Unique, custom medals to top 6 in each Final

CONTACT:

John Corona Meet Manager King Classic
951-789-5690   Ext. 62028 (School)
951-369-8136 (Home)
951-544-1068 (Cell)
jcorona@rusd.k12.ca.us
jcorona0068@sbcglobal.net  

We look forward to an exciting and well-organized event that your athletes will long remember!

2015 Intent to Compete CIF Contract- Fill out and mail to King High
 9301 Wood Road, Riverside, CA 92508
Map to King High School

Awards: Custom made medals for first through sixth place performances for every event in the  We will medal Relays 1-4

Fees: 
$150 dollars for one team-$300 for two teams (B/G) We would appreciate your check getting to us BEFORE April 2 so we can pay our bills. Failure to pay the entry fee will mean our withholding awards until payment gets to us.  

Entry of athletes: 
Finished Results will be handling our timing and our entries through Athletic.net. Go to the Finishedresults.com and it will link you up to Athletic.net. If you have issues contact Chris Drescher at 951-334-8300 and he will guide you through it. Each school is allowed four entries in every event. DO NOT EMAIL OR FAX ENTERIES AS THEY WILL BE IGNORED. Entries will open online on Sunday, March 9th at 8 AM. All entries need to be in by 11:59 pm MONDAY, March,24, 2014.  

Spectator Gate/Ticket prices: Coaches, please advise parents and spectators!
General Admission: $5.00
Students with ASB card: $2.00
Students without ASB card: $3.00

Children 12 and under: Free!

Track Events schedule: We will run qualifying heats in the 100/200 and the 100/110 Hurdles at the beginning of the meet. In order to speed things up, we may try to use both sides of the track in the aforementioned races. We will place slower heats of the 3200 in places where we think it will help us get athletes a rest period or help with the speed of the meet. After that, we will run CIF order of events. Once we start we will go as fast as we can.

Field Event schedule
Shot Put Boys - 8:30 am  Girls to follow  4 attempts
Discus Girls - 8:30 am Boys to follow 4 attempts
High Jump Girls - 8:30am Boys to follow 4 attempts
Long Jump Boys - North Pit - 8:30 am to 10:30 am - Open Pit, 4 attempts
Long Jump Girls - South Pit (near score board) 11:00 am to 1:00 pm Open Pit, 4 attempts Triple Jump-Boys - North Pit 11:00 am to 1:00 pm - Open Pit, 4 attempts
Girls - South Pit 11:00 am to 1:00 pm  Open Pit, 4 attempts
Pole Vault - Girls 8:30am,  Boys to follow

Athlete Check In:

We will seed QUALIFYING heats and flights prior to the meet with athletes of like times and performances together. All FINAL races and field events will be seeded with the best times/performances being in the last heat or flight for that event. PLEASE IMPRESS UPON YOUR KIDS THE NEED TO CHECK IN ON TIME!!!!!!!!

This is especially true for our qualifying heats in the 100/200 and the straight hurdles as well as the lane race finals like the 400 and the 300 hurdles. Athletes can be substituted in place of a previously entered competitor (unless it’s a final race in which athletes ran prelims) but they must run under the name of the person they are replacing. If you wish to run “B” relays or add competitors to field events, please see the Meet Manager before the meet is under way. After that we cannot accommodate you.

Facilities:
The new field and track at King High will finally host our King High Frosh Soph Classic!

  1. ONLY 3/16 INCH NEEDLE SPIKES ARE ALLOWED ON THE TRACK. Athlete’s spikes will be checked upon entrance into the facility and again at the clerk of the course. 3/16 inch needles spikes will be available for purchase at the athlete’s entrance and must be in place on the shoe prior to entrance into the facility. Athletes who come to the track with any other spike but 3/16 NEEDLES will be denied participation.
  2. NO FOOD, GUM, OR DRINK OTHER THAN WATER IS ALLOWED ON THE TRACK OR INFIELD AREA. Any athlete found in violation of this rule forfeits further participation or any awards they may have earned. Be aware that parents LOVE to hand their kid a Gatorade or other flavored drink over the fence once they finish a race. Water is fine, but that’s it.

Disqualification

Aside from the normal rules for disqualification (see NFHS rulebook) meet management will disqualify athletes or teammates of said athlete based on the following offenses. 
·         Warming up on the infield/Loitering on the infield
·         Coaches or Stat People on the infield unless previously identified as a judge or meet official. There will be a coaching box on the field for the Pole Vault
·         Athletes who have food, gum or flavored drinks on the field.
·         Athletes that try to compete in spikes other than 3/16 needles
·         Athletes who do not “declare” at the declaration table prior to check in or who do not “check in” at the check-in table on time. 
JUST AS A REMINDER
  • NO JEWELRY
  • ALL UNDERGARMENTS MUST BE A SOLID COLOR

Food and concessions:  
A variety of food and beverage items will be available for purchase throughout the meet. Complimentary lunch tickets will be provided for coaches.

A Coaches Hospitality room will be available in classroom G123 in the building directly behind the Press box for coffee, juice, donuts and shop talk prior to the meet. 

Check In:
Coaches will check at the stadium press box to pick up packets.  

Trainer:
The King High School Trainer and King Student trainers will be on site. Please bring your own tape and under wrap if they wish to get taped. Athletes need to come dressed for competition, there are no locker room facilities.  

Entries:
You may enter up to three athletes per event if you have them. We will consider four entries in the distances. We will seed heats with athletes of like times and performances and athletes with the fastest times will be in the last heat for that event. This is for all events but the 100-200 and 110/110 hurdles as we will have early qualifying heats in those events.  If on the day of competition, you would like to replace a competitor, you may do so but the athlete you move into their place may only run in the race of the athlete they are replacing. 

Rainout
In the event of a rainout, there will be no makeup date and we will attempt to refund as much of your entry fee as feasible. If you have any questions please get in touch with John Corona-Meet Director-as soon as possible.



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Monday, April 7
19 SCHOOLS, VISTA MURRIETA AND KING MAKE THE 10th FROSH SOPH CLASSIC TRULY THAT
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Ten years ago, the King Frosh Soph Classic began. It was perhaps a bit permature to call it a "classic" as time and tradition had a way to go yet. But what the heck, it sounded good and gave the event something to aspire to.

Vista Murrieta opened its doors some 10 years or so ago, and in that span coaches Coley and Karen Candeale have built a track and field powerhouse that has already won a couple of CIF Titles and has helped move the "center" of track and field from LA and Long Beach to the Inland Empire (IE). So, when the Broncos showed up at the 10th Annual King High Frosh Soph Classic, their presence was noticed and felt. Their boys would run away with it, winning by a large margin over the host school, Martin Luther King. On the girls side though, the Wolves of King would mount a stirring effort in the 4x400 -- the last event to be scored -- and after taking first there to VM's 3rd, the King girls were able to snag a 1.5 point victory and keep Vista Murrieta from sweeping the entire day. It was an exciting finish!

Vista Murrieta's boys were strong in almost every event they contested, but were especially strong in the sprints. They set a new meet record in the 4x100 relay, led by Cole Dubots, who tied the meet record of 11.07 in the prelims of the 100 dash and then came back in the finals to win. Teammates Keith Ford and Ricky Adams also advanced to the final and between the three of them, the 'Stangs had 15 points in that one event. Luke Hicks of VM won the 400, but King's Ramces Dufresne and Mohsin Sabrin scored 12 points for the Wolves between their two strong efforts. King's Andrew Boebinger won the 800 comfortably, the event turned out to be one of the few that Vista Murrieta was shut out of. Ricardo Sanchez of Rubidoux was second.

In the 1600, Tyler Janes of King put together a fine tactical race and won in 4:29.98. He'd double back in the 3200 to win again in 10:06.33 to score 20 points for the Wolves. Teammate Daniel Gonzalez made the same double and finished second in the 3200 and fourth in the 1600. Melvin Esteva of La Sierra ran a season-best 4:34.72 to finish second in the 1600. Donnie Murray of Murrieta Valley won the 110 hurdles in a fine clocking of 16.90 while Rancho Verdey's Rimes Isaica won the 300 IM's in 43.17.

In the field events, King's Ryan Laudermilk had a breakthrough day and became the first King leaper this season to clear 6-0 in the high jump, regardless of age or class. He won by four inches over Vista Murrieta's Elijah Steward. Poly's Zach Green took home a victory in the vault, winning on misses at 12-6. Vista Murrieta hauled in 18 points in the long jump, going 1-2, with Shane Fitzgerald and Anthony Garcia taking the honors there.

Out in the rings, Romea Rosario of VM won the shot with a put of 48-10, and like in the long jump, he was followed by teammate Brock Wallendar who took second by a half-inch at 48-9.5. Brock would win the Discus by a large margin.

On the girls' side of the contest, Vista Murrieta and King waged another great battle, as noted, not decided until the final event. Caught perhaps a bit in the shadows of those big spot light team struggles, was an individual standout that had those in the distance running world impressed. Citrus Valley of Redlands sent a fine contingent of athletes, but leading their charge was ninth-grader Claire Graves who ran both the 1600 and 3200 and scored two meet records in the process. In both cases, she led from gun to tape and wasn't even challenged, making her record-setting runs even more remarkable. She broke the 1600 meet record by some 8 seconds and by over 10 in the 3200! Truly impressive.

For King to set up a meet victory in the 4x400 relay, they had to put together an even attack and that's what they did. Tia Parrish had two victories in the Century and Deuce, two events that Vista Murrieta scored only two points in. King had 3 point scorers in the 400, with Brianna Fatten, Valentina Sanbria and MaryJane Smith all running sub-63 and collected needed points. In the 800, Vista Murrieta wouldn't find a victory as their cross-town rival Mesa saw Alison Ciling cross the line first after Vista's Elise Benner and Alex Wiseman led for most of the two laps. They would finish 2-3 for 14 points. In the 1600, after Claire Graves crossed the line in 5:09.07, the aforementioned Alison Ciling kicked off her two events with a second-place run at 5:27.37, a solid Frosh-soph mark in its own right, though obviously diminshed by Graves' astounding 5:09. King was shut out of that event, thought Alyssa Haring's third place 3200 helped set up the necessary points haul the relay team would gain at the end of the day.

Vista Murrieta looked very strong in the 100 hurdles, with Devony Dettman, Alexis Day, Dehjiah Joseph and Dominque Hernandez taking four of the six scoring spots and earning their team 19 points. In fact, that event was almost entirely taken by schools from Murrieta, only one lane was taken by a school outside their city. Jaylah Walker of La Sierra won the 300's. Vista won the 4x100 relay and was third in the 4x400.

Had they finished second in that final running event, the outcome would have been a victory for their girls to match the title their boys' took home. Hemet went 1-2 in the high jump, with Sarah Hollis and Talia Dixon taking the honors there. Glendora's Audrey Valbuena won the vault with a clearance of -. King's Sissy Underwood had a fine outing in the long jump, winning with a leap of 16-01. Tiya Wodall of Rancho Verde- Moreno Valley won the triple jump by over a foot beyond Riverside-Poly's Desiree Howard.

So, perhaps after ten years, the meet has finally matched its moniker. "Classic" is a word that has multiple meanings depending on who you talk to, but on this anniversary running of the King Frosh Soph Classic, perhaps the 19 teams and the winners of Vista Murrieta and King could agree that the event has lived up to its billing.

Results     Photos



Tuesday, April 9
HERITAGE BOYS WIN THEIR FIRST; KING GIRLS WIN AGAIN IN 9TH ANNUAL CLASSIC

Wednesday, April 4
GLENDORA SWEEPS 2012 FROSH SOPH CLASSIC

Wednesday, April 6
VISTA MURRIETA ROLLS TO DOMINATING WINS IN 7TH ANNUAL FROSH SOPH CLASSIC

Thursday, April 8
2010 A "STATE MEET" FOR YOUNGER SET

Sunday, April 12
HALF-POINT NAIL-BITER AT 2009 FROSH SOPH CLASSIC

2008 - VISTA MURRIETA BRINGS GRAND VIEW OF GREATNESS

Tuesday, April 3
2007 KING FROSH SOPH CLASSIC GOES INTERNATIONAL IN STYLE!

Saturday, April 1
2006 KING CLASSIC RESULTS

2005 KING FROSH-SOPH TRACK CLASSIC

2005 Team Scores



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