Track & Field Invitational

Mt. Carmel High School, 9550 Carmel Mt. Rd.

San Diego, Ca. 92129

858/484-1180 ext. 3110

Email -bigguytf@sbcglobal.net

 

Dear Coach,

Mt. Carmel High School is proud to host the 38th ASICS/Mt. Camel Invitational Track and Field meet on March 25, 2017. You will find this meet will provide for your athletes the excellent and intense competition you need as you prepare them for your season, league, and section finals. Last years meet featured 3 national leaders and 11 California leaders as a result of competition. You will be participating on our beautiful 9 lane all weather facility, one of Southern California's finest track & field venues.

This years meet will again include the following events:

100 meters
100 Hurdles (Women)
Pole Vault
200 meters
110 High Hurdles (Men)
Shotput
400 meters
300 Hurdles
Discus
800 meters
High Jump
Distance Medley Relay
1600 meters
Long Jump
4 x 800 Relay
3200 meters
Triple Jump

4 x 100 meter relay
4 x 400 meter relay

The meet will offer two to four sections of each race or field event. All sections will be seeded on the basis of this this season's marks. All races will be at metric distances and will feature electronic timing.

This year's meet will begin with field and runningevents starting at 10:00. The meet is over by 6 PM. Awards will be given to five places in all events. Additionally, invitational event winners will receive special Invitational awards. This event is open to all high schools in California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Hawaii.

If you are interested in participating in our meet, please fill out the info form on this site.. Those schools indicating an interest will receive meet information and entry info by March 1, 2017. We will cap the entries at 90 schools.

Thank you and best of luck to you in your coming season.

Sincerely,

Dennis McClanahan---Meet Director

858-748-4270

Fax-858-538-9426

E-Mail--mtcarmelinvites@gmail.com

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