Hero Haul 5K Run/Walk
9:00 AM09:00

Hero Haul 5K Run/Walk

  • 817 Cortez Road PA, 18436 United States (map)
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A race benefiting Homes For Our Troops (hfotusa.org).  The mission of Homes For Our Troops is to build mortgage-free, specially adapted homes nationwide for severely injured Veterans post 9/11, to enable them to rebuild their lives.

Join us November 9th, 2019 as we run/walk a 5K in Memory or Honor of your HERO.  

Day of Registration and Packet Pickup is from 7:30-8:30am.

Race Begins at 9:00am.

Age Groups for Awards:

  • 12 & Under

  • 13-19

  • 20-29

  • 30-39

  • 40-49

  • 50-59

  • 60 & Over

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NTL Coaches Invitational
8:00 AM08:00

NTL Coaches Invitational

DATE:                 Saturday, October 12, 2019

PLACE:               Northeast Bradford High School

TIME:                   8:45am-Course opens for inspection
10:00am-Varsity Girls
10:40am-Varsity Boys
11:20am-Junior High Girls
11:45am-Junior High Boys
12:10pm-Elementary Girls and Boys

 CHIP TIMING:  Provided by Wil-Time
FEE: $100.00  Payable to Northeast Bradford Cross Country

Check mailed to:
Mike Murphy
Northeast Bradford HS
526 Panther Lane
Rome    PA   18837

 ENTRY DEADLINE:  Entries should be completed via pa.milesplit by Wednesday, October 9th.  https://pa.milesplit.com/meets/369615/info#.XYrEUPBKiM8

1.6 miles Jr. High          
5K  Varsitiy
1.0 miles grades 4-6
.3 miles K-3

VARSITY - Top 15 Individual Trophies
1st & 2nd Place Team Trophies
Trophy to the school with the best point totals
in the Varsity Boys & Girls races combined

JUNIOR HIGH - 1st – 10th Place individual Trophies
1st Place Team Trophy

ELEMENTARY - Awards to be determined
Participant ribbon to all finishers


FACILITIES: Limited locker facilities - Come Dressed

LIABILITY: Northeast Bradford H.S. will not be liable for any injury.  Your team must be covered by insurance.




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Kristy Ryczak Memorial PROSPER 5K Run/Fun Walk
9:00 AM09:00

Kristy Ryczak Memorial PROSPER 5K Run/Fun Walk

Proceeds benefit evidence based drug and alcohol prevention programs which have been proven to reduce adolescent substance use and other risky behaviors, as well as improve family communication and problem solving in the Carbondale Area and Riverside School Districts.

Date: October 5th, 2019
Course: Lackawanna Heritage Trail Olive Street Trailhead
$20 Registration Before September 19th, $25 After the 19th
$10 For Children Under 16 Before Sept. 19th, $15 After the 19th

Chip Timing by Wil-Time Event Management

Awards given to Overall winner Male & Female and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place
for each male and female runner in each age category.

Free medals for all participating children 16 and younger!

Free t-shirts for the first 50 registrants!

Age Groups: 12 and under, 13-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60+

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Run For Roger
10:00 AM10:00

Run For Roger

  • Heritage Trail - Parking Lot (map)
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Join us for the 4th Annual Run for Roger!  Run for Roger is in loving memory of Roger P. O'Malley Jr.  Roger was only 41 years old when he passed away on February 23rd, 2015 after suffering a massive heart attack.  Roger was born and raised in Dunmore, PA.  He graduated from Dunmore High School and went on to study at The Lackawanna College Police Academy in Scranton, PA as well as The Federal Bureau of Prisons Academy in Glynco, GA.  Roger was a correctional officer at the Federal Corrections Institute in Otisville, NY after serving as a Dunmore Police Officer.  Roger was a devoted husband and a father to three beautiful children.

Proceeds from this event will beneift the Roger P. O'Malley Jr. Scholarship Fund and Marley's Mission. The scholarship will be given to a graduating High School senior going into law enforcement or criminal justice.

Where: LHVA Trail at the Olive St. Trailhead.

When: September 28th, 2019

Time: Day of Registration/Packet Pickup from 8-9:45am.  Race begins at 10am.

Awards: Given to the top overall male/female runners, and the top three finishers in each of the following age groups:

19 & Under
60 & Over

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The Wright Center Fall Into Health 5K Run/Walk
10:30 AM10:30

The Wright Center Fall Into Health 5K Run/Walk

All community members are welcome at this free event!

This year's highlights include:

5K Run/Walk
FREE to participate and FREE t-shirt to all pre-registered runners/walkers

Wonderful Women Celebration
Celebrate resiliency and wellness for ladies in our community to kick off October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Prescription Drug Take Back
Bring your unused prescriptions so they can be disposed of properly and safely

Other activities include: Face Painting - Therapy Dogs - Food - Raffles, Prizes and Awards - Pumpkin Decorating - Obstacle Course - Health/Wellness Screenings - Games

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26th Annual County Commissioner's Meet
9:00 AM09:00

26th Annual County Commissioner's Meet

  • McDade Park 1 Bald Mountain Road, Scranton, PA 18507 United States (map)
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The day will begin with a tour of the courses beginning at 8:00 AM and continues as follows:

9:00 AM Coaches Meeting
9:30 AM Junior High Girls
10:00 AM Junior High Boys
10:30 AM Varsity Girls A Race
11:15 AM Varsity Boys A Race
12:00 PM Varsity Boys & Girls B Race
12:45 PM Awards

Dave Grecco,

Race Director

570-357-1167 Cell Phone or email at


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Dr. Thomas E. Zukoski Memorial 5K
9:00 AM09:00

Dr. Thomas E. Zukoski Memorial 5K

  • 1220 Roosevelt Hwy Dalton, PA 18414 United States (map)
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This 5K Run-Walk begins at the Lake Winola Firehouse, winds partially around the lake, and takes you up and down through beautiful and scenic rural roads before finishing back down at the Firehouse. 100% of the net proceeds raised are donated to Saint Joseph’s Center in Scranton, PA, which provides diverse residential and community-based services for individuals with developmental disabilities, as well as, maternity and family services.  Dr. Thomas Zukoski was very proud to provide loving care and treatment to many patients at St. Joseph's Center, whom he always felt were God's most special people.

Race Registration fees ($20 for adults; $10 for ages 11-19; $5 for ages 10 & under)

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Dan Wolfe Memorial Run
9:00 AM09:00

Dan Wolfe Memorial Run

  • 3192 Turnpike Street Susquehanna, PA, 18847 United States (map)
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$ 200.00 Top Male Runner / $200.00 top Female Runner

Special Prize for first Place Runner with Dog
18 Categories to win Blue Stone Rail Cars Trophies

Race Day: July 20, 2019
Start: Susquehanna Community School Parking Lot
3192 Turnpike St. Susquehanna PA 18847

Finish: Susquehanna Borough Building 83 Erie Blvd., Susquehanna PA 18847

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Penny House 5K
9:00 AM09:00

Penny House 5K

Our race is a fast out and back that begins across from the Lake Ariel fire house on  East Shore Drive.  It then heads around the lake on a scenic route before looping back on the same road and returns to the start location!  
We will, again,  be hosting a basket raffle for race participants and guests upon race completion.  



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Hawley Spring Run
1:00 PM13:00

Hawley Spring Run

2019 Hawley Spring Run 

A non-profited event to benefit the Tyler Paul Whitman Memorial Scholarship and to promote awareness about suicide prevention.

Location: Bingham Park, Hawley, PA
Cost: $15.00 in advance, $18.00 day of race
Competitive, timed and non-profit
Start time: 1PM
Registration: 11:00AM - 12:30PM
T-Shirts for all pre-registered by May 1st
All registrants receive 1 free raffle ticket
Trophies for 1st place overall male and female
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place medals for overall male and female runners in each age group
1st, 2nd and 3rd place ribbons for registered walkers overall

5K Course: Easy to moderate road, sidewalk and grass surfaces.  Scenic.  If you have any questions please call: (570)689-3345, or email cwhitman@echoes.net.  Proceeds of this non-profit competitive 5K will be awarded to a graduating senior from Wallenpaupack Area High School.  The criteria includes a 250 word essay on suicide prevention and awareness.  More details available in the High School's guidance office.  A portion of the proceeds will also benefit the Northeast Suicide Prevention Initiative, a 501c non-profit.

Age groups: 9 and under, 10-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80+

All participants must sign a waiver at registration before the event.  Minors must have parent/guardian sign

No refunds, rain or shine event

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Weedsport Invitational
4:00 PM16:00

Weedsport Invitational

Date: Friday May 10th, 2019
Place: Weedsport Track and Field Facility
Time: Meet will start promptly at 4:00. Coaches meeting at 3:40 at the infield of the track. Shot and discus weigh in at 3:20 next to the concession stand.
Entries: Athletes may compete in 3 events. Only 1 relay team entry per event. No Pentathlon. 2 entries per school for individual events.Please submit entries online to https://ny.milesplit.com/meets/341526 Entry Deadline is 8:00 P.M. Tuesday May 7th, 2019.
Only drops the day of the meet, no adds.
Entry Fee: $250 per school, $150 for only boys or girls. 15 per athlete (5 max)Payment mailed by May 8th, 2019 to: Weedsport Warriors Sports Boosters c/o Zac Young2821 East Brutus Street Weedsport, New York 13166Scoring:10-8-6-4-2-1
Awards: Ribbons to top 6 finishers in each event, Top 3 Teams, Outstanding Track Athlete, Outstanding Field Athlete
Facilities: 6-lane all-weather track with steeplechase2 horizontal jumping areas with all weather Surface runways. High jump and pole vault areas with all-weather surfaces. Shot put and discus area with concrete throwing areas. Starting blocks will be provided. You may bring your own.
Rules: Spikes will be permitted. No spikes allowed in the building. The competition areas. FAT will be used. Concessions will be available.

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2019 NTL Jr. High Championship
4:00 PM16:00

2019 NTL Jr. High Championship

The NTL Junior High Track & Field Meet will be held on Wednesday, May 8th at Wyalusing Valley High School starting at 4:00 PM.  Below is information regarding the meet:

Entries:  Schools are limited to 4 athletes per event. 1 relay team per relay event.  However, only a school’s top 3 finishers will score points. Athletes are limited to 4 events, including relays
Entry link:  An email will be sent as soon as it is up on the Penn Track website
Entry fee:  To cover cost of awards and workers, there will be a $100 per school entry fee made payable to “Wyalusing Valley High School.” Please mail to 11364 Wyalusing-New Albany Road; Wyalusing, PA 18853
Coaches:  Please email myself or Coach Schools with your current email so we can get info to you
Scoring:  Each team’s top 3 participants only, in each event will score.  For example, your team takes the top 6 places in an event, you will only score your top 3.  Top 8 places will score points 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 for individual events and relays. 
Timing:  Wil-Time Systems FAT – Live results will be available throughout the meet
Trials/Finals:  All events are finals, there will be no trials.  Field events - athletes will be given 3 jumps or throws.
Awards:  The top 6 point scorers in each event will receive ribbons. 

Our Concession stand will be open & t-shirts will be available. Entry deadline:  Monday May 6th by 9:00am.  Entries will be done on the Penn Track website.  Coach Schools will forward the link via email.               

Order of events:

100m Hurdles
100m dash
1600m run
400m relay
400m dash
800m run
200m dash
1600m relay

Questions?  Email:
Meet Director: jschools@wyalusingrams.com
Athletic Director: bkeyes@wyalusingrams.com  
Field events:
Long jump/ triple jump to follow (two pits)
Boys shot/ followed by girls
Girls disc/followed by boys
Girls high jump/followed by boys

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The Robert Spagna Championship
4:00 PM16:00

The Robert Spagna Championship

Scranton Memorial Stadium Coaches Meeting 3:30pm
Tuesday May 7, 2019 First Gun 4pm

Fee covers both boys and girls teams and cost of officials
Checks should be made out to the LIAA
Please return payment to: Carbondale Area High School

c/o: Eric Larson
Rte. 6, Brooklyn St.
Carbondale, Pa 18407

Scoring: Top 8 will be scored: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 (regardless of classification)
Awards: Team Plaques awarded to top Boys & Girls AA & AAA teams
Medals awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place finishers in all events
(regardless of classification)

Entries: Each school is guaranteed one (1) entry in each event. A second and third can be entered IF they meet the qualifying standards below. If you enter more than one athlete in an event
then BOTH athletes must meet the qualifying standard

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Phil Tochelli Jr. High League Meet
4:00 PM16:00

Phil Tochelli Jr. High League Meet

Scranton Memorial Stadium
Coaches Meeting 3:30pm
Monday May 6, 2019
First Gun 4pm
Entry Fee: $200

Fee covers both boys and girls teams and cost of officials
Checks should be made out to the: LIAA
Entry Fee due by Monday April 24th, 2017
Please return payment to: Carbondale Area High School
c/o: Eric Larson
Rte. 6, Brooklyn St.
Carbondale, Pa 18407

Scoring: Top 8 in AA and Top 8 in AAA will be scored: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1
Awards: Team Plaques awarded to top Boys & Girls AA & AAA teams
Medals awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place AA and AAA finishers in all events

Entries: Each school is guaranteed two (2) entries in each event. A third can be entered IF they meet the qualifying standards below. If you enter more than two athletes in an event then ALL 3 athletes must meet the qualifying standard

Track Events Being at 4pm
4X400 Relay

1. This is a No Scratch/No Addition meet. Athletes may be scratched prior to the meet at the scratch meeting. Any scratches during the meet cause the athlete to be ineligible to compete in the rest of the meet. No additions to the meet will be added after the deadline
2. Qualifying can come from Lackawanna League Meets or FAT timed Meets/Invitationals - Times will be verified if questioned
3. 3200M, Javelin & Pole Vault will not be contested - as voted on by the principals
4. Athletes are to stay in the stands when not in an event being run
5. Girls Events will be run first, then Boys
6. Fields events will be separated by Class (AA first then AAA)

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CSAC Championships
to May 5

CSAC Championships

CSAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships
May 4-5, 2019
Meet Information Sheet
(Please read all information carefully)

Directions to Site: Take 81 North or 476 N to Clarks Summit, PA Exit. Follow Route 11 North to La Plume, PA. Keystone is right off route 11 approximately 8 miles off 81 or turnpike exit..
Facility: This is an 8 lane, 400meter all weather type track surface. The throwing events are held at Edward G. Boehm Field, to the right of the track complex. Javelin will be contested on Bailey Field (behind Harris Hall)
Use of Spikes: Only pyramid spikes of ¼’ or less are permitted.
LJ, TJ, HJ and PV: The Pole Vault runway is located at the north end of the track. We have two LJ/TJ pits at the south end of the track. High Jump is also contested at the South end D-Zone
Use of Chalk: Use of chalk for marking is prohibited on the track, approaches and runways. Please use tape, but this must be off the runways. Have your athletes remove the tape after the event.
Dressing Facilities: The locker rooms will be available in Gambal Fieldhouse for changing and showering. Please inform your athletes to bring their own towels.
Coaches Meeting: Saturday, May 4th at 12:30pm at the Finish Line tent.
Reporting: In running events, all entrants must report to the clerk area 30 minutes prior to the event. Athletes in the field events should report 20 minutes prior to the event. The meet will run according to the schedule and will not run ahead of schedule.
Weigh-Ins: Weigh-in times are as follows: Saturday 12:30-1:30pm and Sunday 8:00-9:00am. Implements which do not meet the standards will be impounded and can be picked up Sunday at the conclusion of the meet.
Warm-Up: Athletes may warm-up on the track with discretion and respect for competing athletes.
Field event participants may warm-up at the event site.
Athletic Training Room Facilities: Certified Athletic trainers will be on duty at the track. Our training staff will contact you later with specifics.
Events: In events with multiple heats, the slow heat(s) will be contested first.
Finals: The 100m dash, 100/110HH & 200m will be conducted with a one heat, eight lane final. Protest: Protest should be submitted to the meet referee. (See attached protest form)
Seating: At this time, the bleachers on the sprint straightaway are reserved for spectators.
Athletes will be able to set up tents alongside the bleachers, or outside the fence.
T-Shirts: Will be available to purchase at the meet.
Food: There will be limited concessions at the track.
Rosters: Please make sure your website rosters are as accurate as possible on Direct Athletics The CSAC Office will pull rosters off your website for the meet program.

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64th Annual Jordan Relays
6:00 PM18:00

64th Annual Jordan Relays

Sponsored by the Lackawanna Track Conference
Scranton Memorial Stadium
Coaches Meeting 5:30pm
Thursday May 2, 2019
First Gun 6pm
Please return payment to: Carbondale Area High School
c/o: Eric Larson
Rte. 6, Brooklyn St. Carbondale, Pa 18407
Order of events:
1. Distance Medley Relay (800-400-400-1600): ONE HEAT
2. 400 Meter Relay (4X100): IN LANES
3. 1200 Sprint Medley Relay (400-200-200-400): 1st RUNNER IN LANES
4. 3200 Meter Relay (4X800): ONE HEAT
5. 1600 Meter Medley Relay (200-200-400-800): 1st and 2nd runners in lanes.
Number 3 breaks to pole
6. 1600 Meter Relay (4X400): #1 in lanes, 2nd in lanes until around curve,
Break in at mark at straightaway
Scoring: Top 8 in each class (AA & AAA) will be scored (10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1)
Awards: Team Plaques awarded to top Boys & Girls AA & AAA teams
Medals awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place relay teams in all events - (Top 3 relay teams in AA & AAA receive medals)
Seeding: Entries made through MileSplit (pa.milesplit.com)
Entries due by 5pm on Tuesday April 30th, 2019
Performance Sheets emailed to ADs on Wednesday May 1st
4x100, 4x400, 4x800 entered teams must have a seed time recorded in a dual meet or invitational this season (cannot combine individual times)
1. Schools get one relay team per event
2. All races run in heats are scored based on best times
3. Athletes are to stay in the stands when not in an event being run
4. Athletes should report for medals when results are announced
5. Girls events will be run first, then Boys

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35th Annual Tunkhannock Rotary Relays
4:30 PM16:30

35th Annual Tunkhannock Rotary Relays

Important Event Notes:

-Junior high athletes only (grades 7-9); Varsity 9th graders are ineligible; All PIAA eligibility & rules apply
-JH Girls Division & JH Boys Division (separate scoring & awards)
-Entry fee = $50 per school for 1 Division, or $100 per school for both Divisions(Boys & Girls)
-Schools may enter only 1 relay team per event per Division; Athletes may enter up to 4 events maximum
-All 7 track events occur in seeded heats; Scores based on best times, regardless of heat
-5 of the field events(Shotput; Discus; Javelin; Long Jump; Triple Jump) will be open pit / open sector; Athletes are permitted to throw/jump if returning from conflicting track or other field event, but must arrive and compete before that particular field event ends
-2 of the field events (High Jump & Pole Vault) will run under normal meet conditions; Athletes may enter at any height, but must be present for their desired height attempts
-Team scoring system(points):10 –8 –6 –5 –4 –3 –2 –1
-A brief coaches meeting will take place 15minutes before the meet near the finish line

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Bloomsburg Maroon & Gold Invitational
4:00 PM16:00

Bloomsburg Maroon & Gold Invitational

Entry Fees $25 per individual (maximum $225 per men's team and $225 per women's team).
Please make checks payable: CGA-Husky Fund

1. Register online by Thursday, April 25th, at 8:00pm at www.directathletics.com
2. Entries will be posted on Friday, April 26th by noon on the Track & Field page of the Bloomsburg Athletics website.
3. Absolutely NO additions the day of the meet
4. No team scoring - open to invited collegiate teams.
5. Running events will be from slowest to fastest.
6. WEIGH-INS: @ hammer cage: Saturday 12:30-1:30pm (all implements)
7. Javelin will be thrown off a grass runway

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Wyalusing Lasagna Invitational
2:30 PM14:30

Wyalusing Lasagna Invitational

2019 Wyalusing Lasagna Invitational Info:

At this year’s meet, we will feature the following:

● a six lane Max Flex track and jumping surfaces
● FAT timing provided by Wil-Time Systems
● on-line meet entry and registration
● Live Results will be posted online throughout the meet
● concessions, including invitational T-shirts
● team trophies for the top 2 boys and girls teams, and for the top combined (boys/girls) team
● awards to event winners only
● special awards given in honor of the past PIAA State Champions from Wyalusing: Jerami Stucchio (Boys Pole Vault), Bob Hanzock (Boys High Jump), and Cathy Boyanowski (Girls Long Jump)

Entry Fee: $175 per individual team, $300 for a combined team; individual entries (no team score) - $10.

Checks should be made payable to Wyalusing Track Club .

Entry: Each team is allowed three per event and one relay team. Again this year we will have the Freshman 100 and the Freshman 1600. Each school is allowed one freshman entry per freshman event.

These events will be run as the first heat of the event in the time schedule.

Registration: Registering athletes will be done on Wyalusing Lasagna Registration . ENTRIES ARE DUE – THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2019, BY 7 PM!!! This is a change from past registrations.

Buses: Our school is getting dismissed at 1 pm on the day of the meet. We ask that if you are planning to arrive at the school early, that you arrive prior to 1 pm or after 1:30 pm to avoid issues with our bussing.

Time Schedule: This year the field events will begin at 2:30 p.m, while the track events will begin at 3:00 p.m. A complete time schedule will be posted at a later date.

Tentative Starting Heights: Girls High Jump 4’0”; Girls Pole Vault 7’0”

Boys High Jump 5’0”; Boys Pole Vault 10’0”

Contact Information: For questions regarding the meet, please contact Jim Schools, Meet Director, at jschools@wyalusingrams.com or by FAX at (570) 746-2053 or by phone at (570) 746-1218 Ext 2013 (w) or (570) 637-0258 (c) or (570) 744-2301 (h).

Remember registration and results will be done through www.penntrackxc.com .

Good luck, and we look forward to seeing you and your athletes on April 26th!

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13th Annual All American Invitational
9:00 AM09:00

13th Annual All American Invitational

Dear Coach,

Listed below is the general information about the 13th Annual All-American Invitational/Open Meet. (Saturday, April 20, 2019).

1. Entry Procedure: No additions on the day of the meet!!
Direct Athletics. Entries are due by Wednesday, April 17th at 8pm. Our timer will have event sheets for coaches to do scratches before and during meet. NO ADDITIONS ON MEET DAY!!!
2. Entry Fee: $275 per team ($550 for both men and women). Individual entries will be $15 per entry and $20 for relays. Make checks payable to East Stroudsburg University...Payment due day of the meet. (If you would like to mail it ahead of time, please send it to: Joe Koch, Track and Field office, ESU, E. Stroudsburg Pa 18301)
3. Location: Leave Rt. 80 at exit 308; proceed through the light and take the first right onto Centre St. Go to the second stop sign and the stadium is on your right.
4. Facility: 400-meter euro-tan surface track. Eight 42” lanes around the entire track. We have dual long/triple jump pits. Javelin is thrown off of an all-weather runway.5. Awards: T-shirts to event winners (individuals and relays).
6. Concessions: Our stand will be open.
7. Results: Posted throughout the meet behind stands next to men’s restroom. Complete results available at http://www.wil-time.com after the meet. Final results will be both on that site and our own www.esuwarriors.com.
8. Lockers and shower facilities will be available at Koehler Field House. Bring your own towel and lock...Valuables should be secured.
Opening Heights: HJ 4’6” w, 5’8” m, PV 8’ w, 12’ m (May change due to field size)12. Throws/Horizontal jumps: 3 trial attempts/3 final attempts...Top 6 to the finals (minimum measurements will be used due to field sizes ... Thur, April 19 minimum measurements will be posted/emailed)
13. Women’s Throws:Shot Put: measure nothing under 30ft, minimum 10 meters, measure one legal throw. Discus: measure nothing under 90 feet, minimum of 30 meters, measure one legal throw. Hammer: nothing under 100 ft, minimum 33 meters, measure one legal throw Javelin: nothing under 90 feet, minimum of 33 meters, measure one legal throw.
14. Men’s Throws:Shot Put: measure nothing under 11 meters, minimum 12 meters, measure one legal throw. Discus: measure nothing under 33 meters, minimum of 35 meters, measure one legal throw. Hammer: nothing under 33 meters, minimum 35 meters, measure one legal throw. Javelin: nothing under 33 feet, minimum of 40 meters, measure one legal throw
15. Field events check in at the site...Running events will be clerked at the tent beyond the finish line. (Please scratch athletes not competing and have your runners check in at first call, so we can keep meet moving).

*Any questions, please contact Joe Koch at 570-422-3054 or jkoch@po-box.esu.edu*

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13th Annual ESU Red & Black Invitational
2:30 PM14:30

13th Annual ESU Red & Black Invitational

Below is the information for the 2019 Red and Black Invitational. We would like to thank you for attending and are looking forward to having a successful meet.

1. PLEASE do scratches before the meet and throughout the competition.
2. ***Clerking runners report to the tent past finish line. Check-in at 1st call! ***

Field event check-in at the site.

3. 3 attempts in horizontal jumps and throws.
4. Results will be posted on the wall by the bathroom underneath the stands. We’ll try and have them on our website by Friday Night (www.esuwarriors.com)/ Mile Split/ PennTrack
5. Top 6 Individuals/Top 3 Relays receive medals…Report to the table by the bathroom (RESULTS)
7. Fill out relay cards with complete names (Girls yellow, Boys blue).
8. Team score: Top 6 (10-8-6-4-2-1) for Individuals & Relays/winning teams receive a trophy.
9. Our summer Cross Country camp are scheduled as follows:

    • Cross Country Camp(Aug 2-7)

    • Summer Meets (All-comer) Thursdays in June

-We’ve enclosed brochures or our camps website has the info.

10. Athletic Trainer available at the clerk tent/throws area.
11. Due to the size of the meet, we can’t hold events for competitors who do more than 1 event. Therefore, no waiting for athletes in other events. Field events competitors can compete out of order in their flight. All of the throwing events will be contested on the fields behind the cafeteria. A map to the throwing area is enclosed.
12. Starting heights for HJ (4’4” girls/5’4” boys) PV (7’ girls/10’ boys).
13. Throwing minimums SP (24’ girls/30’ boys) Discus (70’ girls/85’ boys) Jav (70’ girls/100’ boys).Jump Minimums LJ (14’ girls/ 17’ boys) TJ (24’ girls/ 34’ boys)

We’ll measure first legal attempt under minimums.

14. Girls running events will go first.
15. FASTEST heats will go LAST
16. Other athletic events will be going on during the meet, for safety reasons please caution your athletes to be aware at all times!
17. In case of lightning we’ll evacuate to: Zimbar Gym, Stroud Hall, School buses (Please Check map for locations)
18. Please use enclosed garbage bags to clean up your area before you leave.


May need coaches help counting laps during the 3200

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North Pocono Mini-THON For The Kids 5K Color Run
10:30 AM10:30

North Pocono Mini-THON For The Kids 5K Color Run

North Pocono Mini-THON

FT5K (For the Kids 5K)

Live in Color

Sunday, April 14, 2019

  • 10:30AM-11:45AM - Registration

  • 12:00PM - 5K Run/Walk Starts at NPHS

  • Registration:

  • Registration $30.00 for adults, $20 for children 12 and under includes t-shirt if registered by April 1st, $35.00 after March 1st and at event

  • For more information Contact: Danielle DeLucy 570-780-2144 or Lisa Wright 570-241-4588

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24th Annual Wallenpaupack Ice Breaker Relays
9:00 AM09:00

24th Annual Wallenpaupack Ice Breaker Relays

Rain Date April 27th

  • Please input the names and performances of both A & B teams for ALL events.

  • Scratches/changes may be made at the meet, but events will be pre-seeded based on the times you submit.

  • Entries must be submitted by 9pm on 4/12/19.

  • Entrance fees are $150 for each boy team and $150 for each girl team.

  • Trophies will be awarded for 1st place boys & girls and overall team champion.

  • Individual medals will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

  • T-Shirt and refreshment stands will be open all day.

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17th Annual Black Knight Invitational
8:45 AM08:45

17th Annual Black Knight Invitational

If you would like to be part of the 2019 meet, send a check by March 7th, 2019 payable to “Hempfield Track and Field Booster Club” and the bottom portion of the Coach’s handout page to:

  • Curt Rogers, Landisville Int. Center, 330 Mumma Drive, Landisville, PA 17538

Hempfield has a very fast, eight-lane all-weather surface; the javelin and jumping areas are also all-weather. Spikes should be no longer than 3/16”. the Lancaster-Lebanon League Championship is held at this facility every year.

Entries will be on Milesplit. A link is below.

Limited to 18 teams. Each team is entitled to three entries on the track in each individual event and one relay team. Each team is entitled to three entries on the track in each individual event and one relay team.

Medals will be presented to the top five place winners in each event. In relays, medals will be presented to the first three relay teams. A team trophy will be presented to the first place boys’ team and first place girls team. Scoring will be based on points for first through eighth, respectively.

Send questions to Jeff Bradley, Meet Director (717)898-2120 (jeffrey.bradley6@gmail.com) or Curt Rogers, Head Coach (717)368-1156 (curt.rogers@hempfieldsd.org)

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1st Annual Northwest Rangers Invitational
3:00 PM15:00

1st Annual Northwest Rangers Invitational

1st Annual Northwest Area Track & Field Invitational

Brand new Six Lane Track and stadium including synthetic javelin runway.
Medals for Top 3 Individual event.
Team Awards for Sprints, Jumps, Relays, Distance, and Throws.
Overall team awards for Boys' Overall. Girls' Overall, and Overall Team.
Three Entries Allowed per Event, One Relay per Team

Registration fees:

$10/Individual per Event

Registration is limited to the first 15 teams to be paid-in-full
Verbal commitments will not guarantee reservation
All registrations due by April 5th.
Email: Todd.Culver@nasdedu.com

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