Junior High Track
The East Husker Conference shall conduct two junior high meets for its member schools to be held on Friday of the 44th week of the NSAA standardized calendar at 10:00 a.m. The track meet shall consist of members of the East Division competing against each other and members of the West Division competing against each other. Each meet shall consist of a 7th grade boys' division, an 8th grade boys’ division, a 7th grade girls’ division and an 8th grade girls' division. If the hosting school does not have proper pole vault facilities, a time and place will be determined by the host school.
A Host Committee shall be formed annually to assist the meet director in organizing and hosting the conference junior high track meet. This committee will consist of the previous meet director, current meet director, and the next meet director. If necessary, an extra person can be added to the committee if the committee lacks experience in directing the meet. The Host Committee is charged with addressing issues that arise from the meet and drafting & communicating any potential changes in junior high track by-laws to the superintendents.
If the junior high track and field meet is cancelled for inclement weather, the meet shall be rescheduled for the following Friday, i.e., Friday of the 45th week of the NSAA standardized calendar at the normal starting time.
Entries are to be sent to the host school no later than Tuesday of the 44th week of the NSAA standardized calendar. A team may enter three (3) athletes per event. Scratches and Adds will be allowed on the day of the meet.
The junior high meet will be scored on a six-place basis; places to count 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, and 1.
Events and Heats will be determined per the criteria for Junior State meet held at Gothenburg.
OFFICIALS & STAFF
1. Meet Director
2. Starter/Referee—Contracted by EHC
3. Personnel required to manage equipment (such as hurdles)
4. Personnel required to time and score the track meet
5. Personnel required to oversee field events (Provided by conference schools)
Passes Accepted: EHC Official, NSAA, and NSAA Media
Programs are required for the EHC Junior High Track meet.
Plaque Inserts: If more than ten schools registered, the first, second, and third place teams will receive plaque inserts for their accomplishment. If 10 or fewer schools participate, a first and second place plaque is provided.
Individual Awards: First through sixth place winners in each event will receive a ribbon.
- East Division: Bancroft-Rosalie, Lyons-Decatur, Oakland-Craig, Pender, Scribner-Snyder, Tekamah-Herman, West Point-Beemer & Wisner-Pilger
- West Division: Clarkson-Leigh, Howells-Dodge, Humphrey, Madison, North Bend Central, Stanton & Twin River
See Tournament Brackets, Tournament Procedures, Admissions, Finances and Awards for additional information.