2005 Lower Peninsula
Cross Country Finals Qualifiers
LP Finals Nov. 5 at
Michigan International Speedway Brooklyn
Friday, Nov. 4, 2005
3:30 - 5 p.m. Packet pick up at new site:
Super 8 Hotel, Brooklyn
Finals T-shirts available for purchase at this time
Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005
7:30 a.m. Entrance Opens
(Packet pickup, T-shirt sales & course review)
10:00 a.m. Division 4 Boys
10:30 a.m. Division 3 Boys
11:00 a.m. Division 4 Girls
11:30 a.m. Division 3 Girls
12:15 p.m. Division 3 & 4 Awards
1:30 p.m. Division 2 Boys
2:00 p.m. Division 1 Boys
2:30 p.m. Division 2 Girls
3:00 p.m. Division 1 Girls
3:45 p.m. Division 1 & 2 Awards
Admissions: There will be an allowance for free admission for up to 12 team members in uniform, plus a total of three coaches or managers in combination. Spectators will be charged $6 each. Free parking. Visibly worn passes will allow coaches and officials to restricted areas other than infield and course. Programs and results will be on sale throughout the day.
Details of the Course: The entire course will be laid out with a yellow line. If a sharp curve appears on the course, flags will indicate directions: “Red to left”, “Yellow to right” and “Blue straight through”. Any white lines on the course are simply for crowd control. Athletes do not have to stay between these lines, but must go around all other natural or man-made barriers.
Markers and timing clocks will designate the mile, two-mile, and three-mile marks.
The finish line will be clearly marked in front of the grandstand.
Finals on DVD -- All races will be available for purchase individually on DVD. Each video will provide single camera coverage of all runners in the race from at least four vantage points, including the Starting Line, 1 mile mark, 2 mile mark and Finish Line. The awards presentation will also be included. To order, click here.
Audio Commentary On MHSAA Internet Broadcast Network Web Site -- Fans unable to attend the MHSAA Lower Peninsula Cross Country Finals will be able to keep up with the action through the MHSAA’s Internet Broadcast Network. Launched earlier this Fall, this new Web site – mhsaanetwork.com – is the Internet audio home for MHSAA Finals in a variety of sports; carries the new weekly commentary, MHSAA Perspective; and is providing MHSAA member schools the opportunity to broadcast audio of their athletic events. The audio commentary will be the public address feed from MIS, where a pair of announcers, working with spotters at different vantage points around the course, will be able to keep fans on site and on the Internet, abreast of race developments. In addition to the live coverage, the races will also be archived for on-demand listening following the event. The MHSAA Internet Broadcast Network is powered by EZStream.com.