Meet Information

13th Annual South Fayette Lions Track & Field Invitational

To: Athletic Directors and Head Track & Field Coaches

From: Scott Litwinovich South Fayette High School Track & Field Head Coach/Coordinator

Subject: 14th Annual P3R South Fayette Lions Track & Field Invitational

Date: Saturday, April 25th, 2020

Time: 8:45am Coaches Meeting

9:30am Field Events Begin

10:00am Track Events Begin

Location: South Fayette High School Stadium

Registration:

Athletes can be registered for the meet online using PA MileSplit (http://pa.milesplit.com/). Registration will open March 1st, and will close at 12:00 PM on Wednesday, April 22, 2020. A maximum of 3 individuals and 1 relay per event will be permitted.

Timing:

A FinishLynx, fully automatic timing (F.A.T.) system will be used to record all times on the track.

Awards:

Individual awards will be given to the top eight (8) places in each event.

Individual plaques will be awarded to the most valuable track and most valuable field performer for both the boys and girls.

Based on the following points earned for each place, team trophies will be awarded to the top three (3) teams for both boys and girls.

1st place = 10pts., 2nd place = 8pts., 3rd place = 6pts., 5pts., 4pts., 3, 2, 1

Cost / Payment:

The cost is $115.00 per team, or $220.00 for both boys and girls teams. Individual athletes may be entered by their schools head coach at a cost of $20.00.

Please make checks payable to South Fayette Track and Field Association and mail them to:

Scott Litwinovich

South Fayette Middle School

3700 Old Oakdale Rd.

McDonald, PA 15057

Deadline for payment is April 20, 2020.

Reply:

Attached is a copy of the Initial Reply Form. In order to confirm your teams intention to participate, please return this form by March 15, 2020. This form can be mailed, emailed, faxed, or hand-delivered. This form also includes a section where you must provide at least one official for the mens team and one official for the womens team. Please select one of the field events that each coach would be willing to officiate.

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