Coach's Corner - V
Welcome to the start of our 2022 Spring Track and Field season.We will start practice the week of March 21st.ALL students need to have signed up with "Final Forms". There was an email sent out from Mr. Wheaton.There is an informational meeting scheduled on March 10th at 3: 30 in the North Gym. All interested athletes must attend.PracticesWe will practice Monday - Friday from 3:30-5:15. Students will be notified of any changes to the practice schedule. All students will meet in the Sportsplex and then on the Track when the weather is nice. There may be some individual practices on Saturday and Sunday (coaches will let the athletes know on an individual basis).Uniforms
All students MUST purchase a singlet and have a solid pair of black shorts. Here is a link to the store to purchase a singlet. The other items in the store are optional.
Items will be delivered to our school once they are purchased.Meet SchduleTrack and Field 2022
DUAL MEETS Date Time Location Opponent April 19th 5:00 Home (Dimp Wagner Stadium) Cheektowaga April 26th 5:00 Iroquois High School Iroquois May 3rd 5:00 Pioneed High School Pioneer May 10th 5:00 TBA West Seneca East May 17th 5:00 Home (Dimp Wagner Stadium) East Aurora *Senior Meet INVITE MEETS Date Time Location Name of Meet April 30th TBA West Seneca West HS WSW invite May 7th TBA Starpoint High School Starpoint Team Challenge May 14th TBA Williamsville South HS Williamsville InviteChampionship Meets Date Time Location Name of Meet May 20-21 TBA TBA ECIC Championship Meet May 26th 4:00 East Aurora Class A Championship Meet June 3-4 TBA West Seneca High School
Section 6 Championship
June 10-11 TBA North Cicero High School NYS Championship MeetResultsAmherst Boys 72 Cheektowaga Boys 69Amherst Girls 74 Cheektowaga Girls 66Amherst Boys 84 Iroquois Boys 57Amherst Girls 67 Iroquois Girls 74Amherst Boys 74 Pioneer Boys 67Amherst Girls 89 Pioneer Girls 50About Our TeamOur Track and Field Program provides student athletes with an opportunity to compete successfully in interscholastic events. This program becomes an integral part of their educational experience. This experience will provide personalized plans with equitable participation opportunities for physical, social, and mental development. It is expected that all participants display competitive spirit, exhibit good sportsmanship and demonstrate respect for all athletes, coaches, officials, and spectators.
Dual meets will consist of 17 different events. Students can compete in a maximum of 4 events per meet. The first heat of each event is considered varsity and is scored 5 points (first place), 3 points (second place) and 1 point (third place). The entire meet consists of 141 total points. A varsity letter is earned when a student accumulates 5 points during one season. The following is a list of the 17 events:
Track Events Field Events
100 Meter Dash Shot Put
200 Meter Dash Discus
400 Meter Dash High Jump
800 Meter Run Long Jump
100/110 Meter High Hurdles Triple Jump
400 Meter Intermediate Hurdles Pole Vault
1500/1600 Meter Run
3000/3200 Meter Run
4 X 100 Meter Relay
4 X 400 Meter Relay
4 X 800 Meter Relay
More experience is gained during invitational meets held on weekends during the season. The majority of the invitational meets are for varsity athletes. During these meets, students compete against the top track and field athletes from the area.
Throughout the season, students qualify for the ECIC, Section VI and NYS meets. Qualifying standards can be viewed on www.Section6runs.com or www.section6.e1b.org . State qualifiers need to win the Sectional event or obtain the qualifying standard during an invitational or ECIC meet.Coaching StaffCoach: Jason CyrekAssistant Coaches: Jenny Kooppel-Keenan, Mike Ortman, Jason Bibler, Mitch NewportEmail: email@example.com