Meeting MINUTES - October 20, 2003

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by Tara Thielman, Secretary/Treasurer

NMSAA Fall Meeting 2003

October 20, 2003

Shelby Administration Building

Meeting was called to order at 9:10 AM

 

Minutes of the previous meeting were read.  Motion moved and seconded to accept minutes as read. Vote passed unanimously.

Jeb Myers from De La Salle Blackfeet Catholic School petitioned the group to enter the NMSAA.  The school currently houses

grades 5-7, but it will have an 8th grade next year.  All home games for the school will be at the CCD Center next to the Catholic

Church in Browning.  Discussion followed.  Brian Barrows stated that the school should wait until next school year to participate

in conference play in the NMSAA since the girls basketball season near completion.  The rest of the group agreed.  Brian motioned

to accept the De La Salle Blackfeet School as a full member of the NMSAA beginning the fall of 2004.  Motion was seconded.

Vote passed unanimously.

 

Discussion of the height of the boys’ track hurdles took place.  Conrad is against raising the height from 30” to 33”.  Cut Bank is

also against the change.  Chester said that not all meets ran the same hurdle heights.  Schools must be consistent with the 30”

height at all meets.  A motion was made to leave the constitution as is for the hurdle height of 30” but to emphasize

standardization.  Motion was seconded.  Vote passed unanimously.

 

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Zone defense in the 7th grade was discussed.  It was stated that zone defense was not consistently enforced throughout the league.

Coaches should enforce the man-to-man rule in the 7th grade.  Teaching zone presses or sagging man-to-man defense is against our

league rules.  ADs need to discuss this and enforce it with our coaches.  Heart Butte suggested that we table any changes until our

spring AD meeting because we have nearly completed our girls’ season.  All agreed.

 

Discussion of complimentary NMSAA passes took place.  We could use these to encourage our administrators, ADs, and coaches

to attend away games.  A motion was made that three passes per school would be distributed.  This motion was seconded and the

vote passed unanimously.  Passes were then distributed.

 

Future meeting dates were determined.  The winter meeting date will be Monday, January 19, 2004.  This will be a seeding meeting only

those  ADs who are also H.S. ADs will not be able to attend.  The spring meeting date will be Monday, April 26, 2004.  This meeting

will be our scheduling meeting for the next year.

 

Shelby stated that their Boys’ basketball games will be in their new gym by the high school.

 

Volleyball discussion then took place.  Each school stated the number of teams and nets each has this year.

 

Scott Reding from Browning asked about the weight of the shot puts for girls and boys.  He wondered why the shot weights were the

same for boys and girls.  No one could answer his question completely, but several thought it was to alleviate any questions during a

meet regarding the weight of the shot.

 

Girls’ basketball seeding and scheduling of preliminary tournament games then took place.

 

The meeting was adjourned at 10:30 AM.


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