Article 28 Track - Boys - Rules and Regulations - Rhode Island Interscholastic League
The Rhode Island RIIL Outdoor State Championships will be broadcast live from Providence, Rhode Island on the NFHS Network Saturday, June 2. Schools signifying an intent to compete in Track by that very fact manifest their The Director(s) of Track shall work with the State Meet Director, coaches, and officials in . Field Events – (Opening heights – Pole Vault 7', High Jump 5'). Rhode Island High School Meet Results and Rankings for Track and Field Cross Country - yogaua.info TFX - The Internet Home of High School Track, Field.
That jump secured third place and was a foot further than any of her other five jumps. Foster made it to the finals in the with a qualifying time of She improved on that time in the finals, finishing eighth in Westerly finished second in the 4x relay. Burr, the state champion at 3, meters, added an eighth-place finish in thecrossing in Teammate Megan Albamonti was seventh in the javelin and Sydney Federico was tenth in the Barrington placed two athletes in the top ten in the Caroline Livingston was fifth 5: Classical was fourth in the 4x In the throws, Sarah Mitchell of Prout was fifth overall with a toss of The Eagles collected points, with North Kingstown in second at 92 points and La Salle in third with 86 points.
Zitzmann won the meters with a class-meet best time of 4: Teammate Caroline Livingston was a close second at 4: Zitzmann added a win in the 2: Kelly won the hammer and the discus. The junior took the discus with a throw of She won the Hammer ahead of runner-up and teammate Faith Polando Barrington also got wins from its 4x team, Julia Howarth in the She took the in Many of the best class meet performances came out of Class A.
Kaitlyn Brayman of North Kingstown continued her record-setting season in the pole vault.
She clearedeasily surpassing the meet record of set in Federico powers Westerly to Class B victory Sydney Federico won two events and ran a leg of two winning relays, leading Westerly to victory in the Class B Championship.
Westerly scored point with East Greenwich in second at 78 points and West Warwick only. Federico won thethe and ran on the victorious 4x and 4x teams. Federico posted a She then won the in Earlier, the two teamed with Jaime Murray and Caelan Holdredge to take the 4x in Letizio also added a win in thecrossing the line in 4: Merrill covered the two laps in 2: Hope freshman Hope Tyska won the with a time of Portsmouth Brianna Shablom also added a class-best performance in the discus, winning with a toss of Gianna Rao came up just six inches short of the meet record in the hammer.
Bay View had points with Mt. Charles in second 71 points and Moses Brown in third 63 points. Barrows ran the in Granatiero added a win in the hurdles Fitzsimmons has established herself at the top sprinter in the state this year.
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She won the in a class-meet best Fitzsimmons nearly added a fourth victory in the long jump but was edged out by Mt. She took the shot with a toss of and added a win in the discus with a throw of Her throw of was the best among all the class meet performances. Twelve athletes hit the state meet automatic qualifying standard, with seven of those performances coming in the jumps. The top three triple jumpers and the top three long jumpers all posted automatic state meet performances.
She topped fellow state-meet qualifiers Paige Fitzpatrick in second and Olivia Middleton of Barrington in third Only two inches separated the top three jumpers. Oliver finished at Scituate freshman Rachel Oster broke 60 seconds in the for the second meet in a row, finishing with a winning time of The winner of both hurdle events cracked the automatic qualifying standard. East Providence junior Jasna Badji won the hurdles by over two seconds, clocking in at Runner-up Nicole Valdez of Hope also hit the auto qualifying standard with a throw of Allen crossed in 4: The top six athletes all hit the provision standard of 5: Kane finished in 2: The Director s of Track shall make adequate provisions for supervising meets.
Entries for the Class and State Meets must be submitted at a time and manner designated by the Director s of Track.
Penalty for late entries: Schools who submit late after the deadline entries for the State Meet will be subject to the following: Entry into the State Meet shall be the same for individuals as for members of full teams. Individuals will be credited with their performances in all major meets but will not be considered in the calculation of team scoring.
Entry information for the New England Meet will be provided to coaches as the information becomes available but no later than the State Meet.
No competitor or team will be allowed to compete without wearing a proper uniform. Uniforms will comply with requirements as outlined in current Federation rules. Performances to be considered for state records must be submitted to the RIIL office with a proof of performance form. No athlete may compete or practice in the pole vault event unless under the supervision of a certified pole vault coach. The sport committee shall designate acceptable certification programs.
Certification must be renewed after three years. Entry deadline and number of changes will be designated by the Director. Teams are limited to four 4 entries per event. Entrants in the may be limited to 3 if the additional runners would require a third heat of the Order of Events — Dual Meets: High Jumpstart at 5', up 2" per round, winner to be eligible to compete until out.