Sugarloaf Youth Track League

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Sugarloaf Youth Track League

Sugarloaf Youth Track League is for youth entering grades two through nine as of September 2019. There will be six teams. Boys and girls of all abilities will be placed on a team and can compete in both relay and individual events. Non-team member children 2 – 14 years old can enter an open 100 meter dash each night.

Participants will be randomly assigned to teams to better assure team parity. We will attempt to honor requests of up to 2 friends and/or family members to be on the same team. Since all teams are present at each event, family members can easily be on different teams.

Medals and sport gifts are given at end of series. Team t-shirts and water for all participants!

Dates: Wednesday, May 29 at 5:30 pm: First night for Team Assignments & Orientation
Arrive on first night to group teams, meet coaches & run an informal series of practice races.

Fee: $48/person, $79 families of two, $95 families of three or more (non-residents of Northampton add $10 per person). Registration is available online at the Northampton Parks & Rec site, or by using this form

Meet Schedule: May 31, June 7, 14, 21, 28 (June 28 is awards night) Make-up days: Tuesdays, June 11, 25

Time: Meets run from 5:00-8:15 pm

Location: Northampton High School Track, 380 Elm St, Northampton. Parking is next to the school or behind the stadium with entrances off of Milton Street. The Food Booth will be open Friday nights only at the stadium and staffed by the Northampton Athletic Booster Club. Buy food & drinks at the meet, or bring a picnic dinner.

Questions?
Contact Sydney Henthorn, program director shenthorn20@gmail.com

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