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Jenison JH Girls Swimming & Diving Invitational December 11 & 12, 2009

Diving Information for December 11, 2009 (prelims, semi finals, and finals): 1. E-dive Diving entries are due by Tuesday, December 8, 5:00 p.m. to brianzuehlke@charter.net. 2. Please make sure your divers are entered onto the Hy-Tek entry file, as well, for the diving event that will be sent to the swimming entry person, Julie Ray, at entries@jenisonaquatics.org (see #2 below). 3. Dive changes can be made on Friday the 11th up to 30 minutes prior to the start of competition. Each diver must submit complete entries for eight (8) dives using the entry information on page 2. 3. Locker rooms will open at 2:30 p.m. The pool will open for warm-ups at 3:00 p.m. 4. Balcony doors will open at 3:30 p.m. (PLEASE TELL YOUR PARENTS) 5. Coaches meeting at 4:00 p.m, pool cleared at 4:20 p.m, diving competition will begin at 4:30 p.m. 6. All divers must be accompanied by a diving coach. 7. Please direct all diving Qs to Brian Zookie at brianzuehlke@charter.net. Swimming Information for December 12, 2009 (timed finals): 1. A Hy-Tek event file can be found on the main page of www.jenisonaquatics.org. Use this file only! 2. Hy-Tek swimming entries due by Monday, December 7, 5:00 p.m. to entries@jenisonaquatics.org. 3. A swimming psych sheet will be emailed out on Wednesday, December 9, 2009, by 9:00 p.m. and no further swimming changes can be made from this point. 4. Please make sure your divers are entered onto the Hy-Tek entry file for the diving event that is sent to the swimming entry person, Julie Ray, at entries@jenisonaquatics.org (for roster purposes). 5. Locker rooms will open at 7:00 a.m. The pool will open for warm-ups at 7:30 a.m. 7:30-8:00 a.m. Grandville, Hamilton, Hudsonville, Jenison, Kentwood, Zeeland and Northview 8:00-8:30 a.m. E. Rockford, N. Rockford, GH, Holland, Holland Christian, Harbor Lights, and Mac. Bay 8:30-8:50 a.m. 1-8 sprint lanes in the deep end and general warm up in the shallow for all teams. 6. Balcony doors will open at 8:00 a.m. (PLEASE TELL YOUR PARENTS) 7. Coaches meeting at 8:30 a.m, pool cleared at 8:50 a.m, swimming competition will begin at 9:00 a.m. 9. Each school may enter two relays per relay event. You may list 12 swimmers in each relay, but only eight can compete in the two relays. All individual events are unlimited entries per team 10. SHAVING WILL NOT BE PERMITTED! 11. Please direct event Qs to Dan Scripsema at 616-457-3400 or dscripse@jpsonline.org 12. Please direct all meet entry Qs to Julie Ray at 616-538-8771 or entries@jenisonaquatics.org General Information for the Jenison JH Girls Swimming and Diving Invitational: 1. Entry fee per team is $125.00 with an additional $1.00 fee per swimmer if your entries are not in hy-tek. 2. Jenison HS Aquatics Center is located at 2140 Bauer Rd. Jenison, MI 49428 3. Team scores will not be kept. 4. Medals will be awarded for 1st-3rd place, and ribbons will be awarded for 4th- 16th place. Swimmers who place 1st-8th will be given awards atop the competition blocks immediately following the final heat of each event. Places 9th-16th will be given to the coaches at the conclusion of the meet. 5. Swimmers and divers are limited to three total events, of which no more than two can be individuals. 6. The normal JH order of events will be followed for the meet. 7. Locker rooms will be assigned upon arrival. 8. Swim meet spectator admission fee: $3.00 per adult $2.00 per student $1.00 for heat sheets when available 7. Please mail your entry fee to: Kevin VanDuyn, Jenison JH School 8295 20th Avenue Jenison, MI 49428

Two ways to do diving entries: 1. Enter entries at www.edive.info using the e-mail entries link. There are detailed instructions on doing entries this way on the site. 2. To create a file of your entries that can be imported directly into eDive please follow these guidelines. You can use Notepad or any text editor to create a file in the following format. Please make sure the file is saved as normal text (.txt) and not rich-text (.rtf). The name of the file can be anything. In order for the meet host to differentiate between all of the files they will get it is recommended that you name the file using your team name. So if your team is from Johnson High School then name your text file "Johnson.txt". If your team is competing in multiple events then you will need to create one file per event. This file will contain all of your entries for that event. If this is the case then also add the event name to your filename. So, for example, if your team name is Johnson High School and you have divers competing in the Boys Group A 1m and Boys Group B 1m events, then you would create two files called Johnson_BoysA1m.txt and Johnson_BoysB1m.txt. A future version of this import functionality will allow you to place all of your entries for all events in one file. The text file can only contain entries for one specific event. There should be no empty lines at the beginning or end of the file. Each diver should only be listed once in the file. Each line will be a complete entry record for that diver. All of one divers information must be listed on the same line. It will contain the divers name, the team name and the divers list of dives separated by commas. The format for each line will be ...

"divername","teamname",dive1,dive2,dive3,dive4,dive5,dive6,dive7,dive8,dive9, etc. Where each round will be the dive the diver is doing in that round. The round must contain the dive number followed by the position. If the dive is a required/voluntary dive then please add the letter V after the dive position (as in 401AV). If there are only 4 rounds in the event you are creating entries for then only enter 4 dives. The divers name must be enclosed in double quote marks. So John Smith should be listed as "John Smith". The quotes are not two single quotes ('') at the beginning and at the end but rather one double quote (") at the beginning and another double quote at the end. The team name must be enclosed in double quote marks. So Johnson High School should be listed as "Johnson High School". The quotes are not two single quotes ('') at the beginning and at the end but rather one double quote (") at the beginning and another double quote at the end. The dive numbers for each round are listed in round order and separated by a single comma. Dive positions are listed directly after each dive number. So a 403 pike would be listed as 403B. If the dive is a voluntary/required dive then the dive position must be followed by the letter V. So a 401 pike voluntary would be listed as 401BV. Capitalization does not matter in the divers name, team name or dive positions. But please note that the divers name and team name will be added to the meet hosts database exactly as typed. So if you want the team name listed as "Johnson High School" then you need to capitalize the J, H and S. The order that the divers are listed in the text file does not matter. Do not include spaces around the commas separating the information.

Here is an example of an entry text file for Johnson High School. This high school has 3 divers each doing 11 dives. "John Dover","Johnson High School",101AV,201AV,303C,103B,403C,401BV,5111AV,203B,301AV,104C,202B "Peter Grange","Johnson High School",401CV,402C,101CV,103C,302C,301CV,201CV,5121D,5111BV,102B,202C "John Stubach","Johnson High School",401BV,403B,103BV,203B,303B,5132DV,201BV,5124D,301BV,105B,5223D