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Team Information Macomb Area Conference (MAC) 35 area teams divided into five divisions:  Red (strongest)  White  Blue  Gold (weakest) South is in.

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3 Macomb Area Conference (MAC) 35 area teams divided into five divisions:  Red (strongest)  White  Blue  Gold (weakest) South is in the RED division. All-League Honors: top 14 at the league meet Macomb Area Conference (MAC) 35 area teams divided into five divisions:  Red (strongest)  White  Blue  Gold (weakest) South is in the RED division. All-League Honors: top 14 at the league meet Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) All high schools belong. Four Divisions based on school size (D1; D2; D3; D4) South is D1 Two levels of competition:  State Regional – nine regions – top three teams to finals.  State Finals – 27 teams qualify. All-Region Honors: top 15 at Regional All-State Honors: top 30 at State Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) All high schools belong. Four Divisions based on school size (D1; D2; D3; D4) South is D1 Two levels of competition:  State Regional – nine regions – top three teams to finals.  State Finals – 27 teams qualify. All-Region Honors: top 15 at Regional All-State Honors: top 30 at State

4 A few South accomplishments: South has won 23 league titles in our 34 year history. Only two teams have ever won the MAC red: South & Stevenson. South has won 25 state regional titles in our 34 year history. South has qualified to the state finals 33 consecutive years (state record). South has placed in the top ten on 15 occasions including the state division 1 championship title in A few South accomplishments: South has won 23 league titles in our 34 year history. Only two teams have ever won the MAC red: South & Stevenson. South has won 25 state regional titles in our 34 year history. South has qualified to the state finals 33 consecutive years (state record). South has placed in the top ten on 15 occasions including the state division 1 championship title in 2011.

5 South competes in the seven team RED division. We race each other three times during the season: MAC Jamboree I (early season) MAC Jamboree II (mid season) League Championship Meet (late season) The jamboree meets determine the official league champion. The seven varsity teams all compete in one race. The race results are then broken down into a series of dual meets. The team with the best overall dual meet record from the two jamboree meets is the league champ. All JV runners also compete and the results are scored the same way. This determines the best JV team in the league. If the dual meet champion does not win the league championship meet, a second trophy is awarded but the official league title goes to the dual meet champ. The top 14 runners at the league championship meet earn All-League Honors. The teams in our Red Division include South, North, Stevenson, Dakota, Eisenhower, Utica and L’Anse Creuse North. South competes in the seven team RED division. We race each other three times during the season: MAC Jamboree I (early season) MAC Jamboree II (mid season) League Championship Meet (late season) The jamboree meets determine the official league champion. The seven varsity teams all compete in one race. The race results are then broken down into a series of dual meets. The team with the best overall dual meet record from the two jamboree meets is the league champ. All JV runners also compete and the results are scored the same way. This determines the best JV team in the league. If the dual meet champion does not win the league championship meet, a second trophy is awarded but the official league title goes to the dual meet champ. The top 14 runners at the league championship meet earn All-League Honors. The teams in our Red Division include South, North, Stevenson, Dakota, Eisenhower, Utica and L’Anse Creuse North.

6 TEAM GOALS: Be a great teammate. Be a great student. Be a great daughter. Our team: Character, passion, and commitment. Respect yourself. Respect your teammates. Respect your competition. TEAM GOALS: Be a great teammate. Be a great student. Be a great daughter. Our team: Character, passion, and commitment. Respect yourself. Respect your teammates. Respect your competition. COMPETITION GOALS: All girls under 30 minutes. Forty girls under 25 minutes. Twenty five girls under 23 minutes. Twelve girls in the 17’s, 18’s, & 19’s.. Challenge to win the MAC red. Challenge to win the state regional. Challenge to place in the state top five. COMPETITION GOALS: All girls under 30 minutes. Forty girls under 25 minutes. Twenty five girls under 23 minutes. Twelve girls in the 17’s, 18’s, & 19’s.. Challenge to win the MAC red. Challenge to win the state regional. Challenge to place in the state top five.

7 You are allowed three absences during the season. Examples of absences that count toward this total include: Doctor appointments. Job conflicts. Tutoring conflicts. Weekend or weekday family trips that conflict with meets or practices. Outside of school activities (athletic teams, music/dance/choir, drivers training, other lessons, classes, church groups, comm. service, etc.). In school activities (clubs, music/choir rehearsals, shows, student newspaper, yearbook, etc.) unless approved by Mr. Zaranek. Examples of absences that are excused (do not count toward the total of three) : Formal college testing conflicts (ACT’s, SAT’s, PSAT’s). However, participant will do everything possible to schedule tests outside of the season time frame. Student government (if an elected representative). School sponsored field trips. Make up exams that must be taken after school (note from teacher is required). Try to schedule make-up work in the morning. Mandatory National Honor Society meeting. Out of school illness. If in school, you must come to practice. If injured, you must be at practice. Attend all meets. Do not leave early. Award for perfect attendance. You are allowed three absences during the season. Examples of absences that count toward this total include: Doctor appointments. Job conflicts. Tutoring conflicts. Weekend or weekday family trips that conflict with meets or practices. Outside of school activities (athletic teams, music/dance/choir, drivers training, other lessons, classes, church groups, comm. service, etc.). In school activities (clubs, music/choir rehearsals, shows, student newspaper, yearbook, etc.) unless approved by Mr. Zaranek. Examples of absences that are excused (do not count toward the total of three) : Formal college testing conflicts (ACT’s, SAT’s, PSAT’s). However, participant will do everything possible to schedule tests outside of the season time frame. Student government (if an elected representative). School sponsored field trips. Make up exams that must be taken after school (note from teacher is required). Try to schedule make-up work in the morning. Mandatory National Honor Society meeting. Out of school illness. If in school, you must come to practice. If injured, you must be at practice. Attend all meets. Do not leave early. Award for perfect attendance.

8 Jewelry No jewelry is allowed. One warning from official. This includes earrings (regular or pierced) & bracelets. “Hair control” items such as bobby pins, barrettes, and hair clips are allowed if no longer than two inches. Elastic ponytail holders having metal parts are legal. Ponytail holders may be of any color and multiple ponytail holders do not have to be the same color. Watches are allowed. Uniforms You must wear the issued team uniform. If you wear apparel under the uniform, it must be a solid color (we wear navy blue). The under garment (t- shirt, tights, etc.) may only show a small company logo. No writing or designs on the under garment. Sunglasses may not be worn. For cold weather, ski bands and knit stocking caps are allowed. Socks & gloves may be any color. Jewelry No jewelry is allowed. One warning from official. This includes earrings (regular or pierced) & bracelets. “Hair control” items such as bobby pins, barrettes, and hair clips are allowed if no longer than two inches. Elastic ponytail holders having metal parts are legal. Ponytail holders may be of any color and multiple ponytail holders do not have to be the same color. Watches are allowed. Uniforms You must wear the issued team uniform. If you wear apparel under the uniform, it must be a solid color (we wear navy blue). The under garment (t- shirt, tights, etc.) may only show a small company logo. No writing or designs on the under garment. Sunglasses may not be worn. For cold weather, ski bands and knit stocking caps are allowed. Socks & gloves may be any color.

9 PLACES: South: Places 1 – 3 – 6 – 7 – 8 (score = 25) plus 10 th /11 th place Opponent: Places 2 – 4 – 5 – 9 – 12 (score = 32) plus 13 th /14 th place The first five runners create the team score so South wins the above race 25 – 32. South’s 6 th and 7 th runners pushed back our opponents #5 runner. This did not improve our team score but it hurt our opponents score. Scoring the large, multi-team invitational (or state level) meets is a bit simpler. Take the place finishes of the first 5 runners and add them up. Compare this score with all the other teams to determine the place finish. If South runners place 3 – 8 – 10 – 15 – 25, our team score would be 61. Our 6 th and 7 th runners can hurt the scores from other teams by placing ahead of their 5 th runner. IN ALL CROSS COUNTRY MEETS, LOW SCORE WINS. PLACES: South: Places 1 – 3 – 6 – 7 – 8 (score = 25) plus 10 th /11 th place Opponent: Places 2 – 4 – 5 – 9 – 12 (score = 32) plus 13 th /14 th place The first five runners create the team score so South wins the above race 25 – 32. South’s 6 th and 7 th runners pushed back our opponents #5 runner. This did not improve our team score but it hurt our opponents score. Scoring the large, multi-team invitational (or state level) meets is a bit simpler. Take the place finishes of the first 5 runners and add them up. Compare this score with all the other teams to determine the place finish. If South runners place 3 – 8 – 10 – 15 – 25, our team score would be 61. Our 6 th and 7 th runners can hurt the scores from other teams by placing ahead of their 5 th runner. IN ALL CROSS COUNTRY MEETS, LOW SCORE WINS. Order of finish:

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