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06/08/21 – State Track & Field Lane Assignments and Final Details

June 8, 2021 Track and Field Blog Updates

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The field is set for the 2021 KHSAA State Track & Field Meets, to be held June 10 – June 12 at the University of Kentucky Track & Field Complex. The KHSAA website has been updated to reflect lane assignments, competitor numbers, etc. Please be sure to check under the 2021 State/Region Meet Entries/Results tab at the very bottom of the track webpage. Important information for each respective class is posted.

Starting heights for High Jump and Pole Vault for each respective class have also been set for the State Meet. They are as follows:

Class A

Girls High Jump- 4’6″

Boys High Jump- 5’8″

Girls Pole Vault- 6’6″

Boys Pole Vault- 9’00”

Class 2A

Girls High Jump- 4’6″

Boys High Jump- 5’8″

Girls Pole Vault- 7’0″

Boys Pole Vault- 10’00”

Class 3A

Girls High Jump- 4’8″

Boys High Jump- 5’10”

Girls Pole Vault- 8’00”

Boys Pole Vault- 11’00”

 

The following links have important information for teams, parents, and spectators:

Hotel Information
Purchase State Track Tickets (all electronic, no cash sales on site)
State Meet Instructions For Teams
State Meet Time Schedule
UK Bus Route Map
UK Layout and Logistics Map

Good luck at the State Meet! Contact Sarah Bridenbaugh (sbridenbaugh@khsaa.org) with any additional questions. 

 

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