BE AT HPHS BY 7:35AM FOR THE BUS TO THE WHEELING INVITE
2019 WILDCAT CROSS COUNTRY INVITATIONAL
Saturday, October 12, 2019
9:00 A.M. at
HERITAGE PARK, WHEELING IL
Dundee and Wolf Roads
Girls Teams – Antioch, Barrington, Evanston, Highland Park, Lake Park, Lake Zurich, Lakes, Libertyville, Maine East, Maine West, New Trier, Rolling Meadows, Schaumburg, St. Viator, Waukegan, Wheeling and Zion-Benton
Boys Teams – Antioch, Barrington, Deerfield, Fremd, Grant, Hersey, Highland Park, Lake Park, Lake Zurich, Lakes, Libertyville, Maine East, Maine West, Niles North, Rolling Meadows, St. Viator, Wheeling, and Zion-Benton
PLEASE MAKE SURE TO TAKE A LOOK AT THE COURSE MAP, AND DIRECTIONS FOR BUSES AND SPECTATORS. WE WILL NOT BE ALLOWING BUS PICKUP IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD BORDERING THE PARK. ALL BUSES WILL PICK UP TEAMS IN THE BASEBALL AND AQUATIC CENTER PARKING LOT.
ROSTER DUE OCTOBER 8th, 2019
Course maps and other meet information is available on the www.realtiminginc.com website.
Course Description: The Varsity course will consist of ONE small loop and TWO large loops that include two hills on the course. The F/S course consists of TWO small loops and ONE large loop (2.375 miles) The course does include 400 feet of asphalt which will have rubber runway on it. Runners are allowed to run on either the runway or the asphalt in those parts of the course.
Race Schedule: The Boys and Girls F/S races will allow unlimited runners from each school. The open race will also have unlimited entries. The girls and boys varsity will continue to have only 9 runners per team.
8:30 AM Please pickup chips by this time – Coaches meeting
Girls Frosh/Soph UNLIMITED 2.375 Miles
Boys Frosh/Soph UNLIMITED 2.375 Miles
Girls Varsity Limit 9 runners 3.0 Miles
Boys Varsity Limit 9 runners 3.0 Miles
Girls Open Unlimited entries 3 Miles
Boys Open Unlimited entries 3 Miles
First race starts at 9:00 am. We will start the next race as soon as possible. We will try to announce the time of the next race. Please have your athletes ready.
Results: Will be available at www.realtiminginc.com
Viewing the Race: The start and finish are near the South Parking lot, please ask spectators to stay 5 feet back from the blue line painted on the course.
Girls Frosh/Soph 30 Individual Medals 3 team trophies
Boys Frosh/Soph 30 Individual Medals 3 team trophies
Girls Varsity 15 Olympic Medals/15 ribbon medals 3 team trophies
Boys Varsity 15 Olympic Medals 15 ribbon medals 3 team trophies
Girls Open 5 Medals /25 Ribbons 1 Team trophy
Boys Open 5 Medals /25 Ribbons 1 Team trophy
Directions to Heritage Park:
Exit I-294 at Willow Rd (Palatine Rd) head west to Wolf Road and turn North (Right) traveling down about 4 miles to the PARK. BUSES are to turn on JEFFERY AVENUE to drop off athletes, they will NOT be allowed into the Parking Lot on WOLF Road. See MAP enclosed. Buses will be asked to PARK at HOLMES MIDDLE SCHOOL across the street from the Park. BUSES WILL NOT be allowed to pick up teams on Jeffery!!!.
Parking – There will be parking available for spectators in the South Lot, as well as the North lot, and the Village of Wheeling Lot. PLEASE WARN PARENTS to NOT PARK in St. Joseph the Worker CHURCH THEY WILL GET TOWED!!!!
Rest Rooms: There will be portable facilities available. There will also be facilities in the baseball complex or in the park district building.
Finish Line and Finish Straightaway: We ask your total cooperation in staying behind all ropes. The runners need to be able to see the long final straightaway to the chute.
Girls – 3 Mile – Brooke Wilson – Prospect – 17:24
Girls – 2.375 – Alex Bryant – Lakes – 15:45
Boys – 3 Mile – Kevin Salvano – BG – 15:03
Boys – 2.375 – Josh Methner – Hersey – 12:46
Concessions: They will be available in the shelter near the team camps
Team Camps: Please setup team camps in the designated areas. At the conclusion of the meet it is very important that each team is responsible for cleaning up all of their garbage, debris, etc. before leaving the park.
In case of inclement weather, we will direct teams to their buses for safety. There is a Thorguard system. The meet referee will make decisions regarding the safety of athletes if there is a need to make a decision.
Awards will be given out at the Hill near the shelter area following the last race. We will place award winners ribbons and medals in envelopes to be given out at the conclusion of awards ceremony. We will recognize the top 10 runners in each race and the team awards. We hope to make it quick so that teams can get on their way.
We ask that you please stay to allow your award winners, and others to get the proper recognition they deserve. This is also our Senior Recognition Day. We appreciate your patience as we recognize our senior team members.