Meeting MINUTES - October 21, 2002

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NMSAA Fall 2002 Meeting Minutes

by Tara Thielman, Secretary/Treasurer

Fall 2002 NMSAA Meeting Minutes

 

Date:  October 21, 2002

Time:  9:15 AM

Place: Shelby Schools Administration Building

 

Previous minutes read and approved.

 

Calendar discussion

Scott Larson of Cut Bank said the NAIA Nationals will be on March 7-8, 2002, instead of the week before as previously thought.  This causes a problem regarding these two weekends for wrestling teams in our conference.

 

6th Grade Jamborees

Team entry fees to help defray expenses were discussed.  It was decided that the school which hosts the jamboree should set the team entry fee.

 

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Jim Gregg said to be sure and to have coaches or AD’s send game information to him via phone or email ASAP after the games.

 

Constitutional Amendments/Discussions

                            Jim Gregg reminds us to remind coaches and officials that only 8th grade

                            May use zone defense.  Also no press of any kind after your team is 10

                            pts. ahead

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                            Bill Schlepp discussed the 6th grade relay during meets.  Are the 6th

                            Graders running on either the A or B 400 relay and also running the

                            6th grade relay?  Is it being counted as 1 of the 5 events he/she can

                            be in?  Should we allow athletes to do both relays?  A.D. s are

                            to speak to their track coaches and bring back this information to the next

                            A.D. meeting.

 

                            Tara Thielman stated that $227.33 was in the NMSAA checking account.

 

Bill Schlepp motioned that school dues to the NMSAA should be

Suspended for this year.  Seconded. Unanimously approved.

 

Scott Reding discussed the seeding criteria for basketball tournaments.

He feels it is necessary to clarify the wording in the Constitution.  Scot

Motioned that the Constitution should read “Record within each

conference/highest winning percentage” should be added to clarify any

questions.  Seconded.  Unanimously approved.    

 

 

Next meeting date will be Monday, January, 13, 2003

 

Spring meeting date will be Monday, April 28, 2003.

 

A.D. Directory updates and updates to the Constitution will be made and sent  ASAP.

 

Discussion of the number of volleyball teams each school has taken place so Tara can get

                            The volleyball schedule finalized.

 

Shelby wishes to schedule home and away football games with the teams in the NMSAA.

 

Discussion took place regarding the scoring of volleyball.  Should it remain the same as it

                            has been,  or should the NMSAA change to rally scoring as the high

                            teams have?  A.D. s are to speak to their volleyball coaches and bring back

                            information to the next A.D. meeting.

 

Seeding of the 7th and 8th grade Girls’ Basketball Tournaments took place.  Conrad will

                            host the tournaments at U.M.S.

 

Meeting adjourned at 10:30


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