Oahu Interscholastic Association 2010-11 Handbook Table of Contents Section DIRECTORY COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENT OIA CONSTITUTION OIA BY-LAWS

ADMINISTRATIVE Procedure to Make Changes to the Admin. Section of the Handbook ................................. A1 Athletic Directors Council/Event Hosts ................................................................................. A2 Schedule of Meetings............................................................................................................ A4 Sports Advisory Committee................................................................................................... A5 Checklist for Sport Advisors .................................................................................................. A5 Revenue Sharing .................................................................................................................. A7 Transportation Subsidy ......................................................................................................... A9 Record of Ticket Sales/Gate Receipt & Parent Pass Procedures ........................................ A10 Operational Procedures for Football ..................................................................................... A11 Duties for Site Personnel – Football ..................................................................................... A12 Duties for Site Personnel – Basketball.................................................................................. A14 School Site Expenses ........................................................................................................... A15 Admission for OIA Athletic Events ........................................................................................ A21 Passes................................................................................................................................... A22 Start Date Policy ................................................................................................................... A23 HHSAA Start Date Calendar ................................................................................................. A24 Try-Out and Starting Dates ................................................................................................... A25 Administrative Policies Governing Sports Section I General .................................................................................................................. A26 Section II Air Riflery............................................................................................................... A38 Section III Baseball ............................................................................................................... A41 Section IV Basketball, Boys .................................................................................................. A45 Section V Basketball, Girls .................................................................................................... A48 Section VI Bowling ................................................................................................................ A50 Section VII Cheerleading, Competitive ................................................................................. A53 Section VIII Cheerleading, Sideline ...................................................................................... A56 Section IX Cross Country ...................................................................................................... A57 Section X Football ................................................................................................................. A59 Section XI Golf ...................................................................................................................... A63 Section XII Judo .................................................................................................................... A66 Section XIII Paddling ............................................................................................................. A71 Section XIV Soccer ............................................................................................................... A74 Section XV Softball ............................................................................................................... A76 Section XVI Soft Tennis ........................................................................................................ A79 Section XVII Swimming ......................................................................................................... A82 Section XVIII Tennis.............................................................................................................. A86 Section XIX Track & Field ..................................................................................................... A91 Section XX Volleyball ............................................................................................................ A97 Section XXI Water Polo......................................................................................................... A104 Section XXII Wrestling .......................................................................................................... A105 BUDGET Sports Participation by Schools ............................................................................................ B1 2010-11 Budgeted League Assessments ............................................................................. B2 Sports Budgets ...................................................................................................................... B3 SCHEDULES, By Sport for 2010-11 2.0 GUIDELINES MISCELLANEOUS Page No.

OIA Athletic Directors and Principals Directory
School AIEA Athletic Director Blake Moritsugu 98-1276 Ulune Street Aiea, HI 96701 ANUENUE Lapule Schultz 2528 10th Avenue Honolulu, HI 96816 CAMPBELL Sam Delos Reyes 91-980 North Road Ewa Beach, HI 96706 CASTLE Laynie Sueyasu (Interim) 45-386 Kaneohe Bay Drive Kaneohe, HI 96744 233-5624 235-9124 (F) 689-1289, x2288 Golf, Boys 689-1242 (F) Rocky Fraticelli Water Polo, Girls Elise Miura Samuel Kakazu, Jr. Gretchen Miller Rory Pico Alison Kuramoto Dayton Uyeda Meredith Maeda Gail Awakuni 733-8465 733-8467 (F) Paddling Kellye Krug Minako Tsukahara Charles Naumu Phone/Fax 483-7328 483-7328 (F) Sport Advisory Judo Assistant AD(s) Wendell Say Keith Furukawa Athletic Trainer Sandra Miyasaki Nathan Shintani Principal Michael Tokioka

Revised 08/2010
Phone/Fax 483-7300 483-7303 (F)

733-8465 733-8467 (F)

689-1200 689-1242 (F) 233-5600 235-9124 (F)

FARRINGTON

Harold Tanaka, CAA 1564 North King Street Honolulu, HI 96817

832-3578 832-3578 (F)

Football

Brian Okada Erica Tumaneng

Mari Nakahara Kyle McGrady

Catherine Payne

832-3600 832-3587 (F)

KAHUKU

Joe Whitford 56-490 Kamehameha Hwy. Kahuku, HI 96731-2200

293-8950 x364 293-8960 (F)

Tennis

Garth Spurrier Reggie Torres

Donna Lindsay

293-8950 x225 293-8960 (F)

KAILUA

Ramona Takahashi 451 Ulumanu Drive Kailua, HI 96734

266-7910 266 7910 263-1444 (F)

Awards

Eldon Kohatsu Glenn Matsumoto Jill LaBoy

Jackie Ault Chad Ngai

Francine Honda

266-7900 266 7900 266-7915 (F)

KAIMUKI

Fred Lee, CAA 2705 Kaimuki Avenue Honolulu, HI 96816

733-4924 733-4933 (F) 394-1231 394-1247 (F)

Soft Tennis

Dean Watanabe Tyson Matsui

Nat Pada Kealii Loo Mike Yamamoto Ted Morikawa

Penelope Tom

733-4900 733-4929 (F)

KAISER

Rodney Iwasaki 511 Lunalilo Home Road Honolulu, HI 96825

Swimming

Ivan Tamura

John Sosa

394-1200 394-1245 (F)

KALAHEO

Mark Brilhante 730 Iliaina Street Kailua, HI 96734

254-7914 254-7907 (F)

Track & Field

Jay Atkins

Tomohiro Fujitani Renee Bradley

Susan Hummel

254-7900 254-7907 (F)

KALANI

Gregory Van Cantfort, CAA 4680 Kalanianaole Hwy. Honolulu, HI 96821

377-7744 x320 377-2488 (F)

Soccer, Boys

Rei Young

Lori Vazquez Ben Kuenzli-League

Mitchell Otani

377-7744 377-2483 (F)

KAPOLEI

Darren Camello, CAA 91-5007 Kapolei Parkway Kapolei, HI 96707

692-8309 692-8255 (F)

Soccer, Girls

Jesse Baugh Doris Yamashiro Bryce Kaneshiro Gary Ellison

Alex Lo Emily Vincent

Elden Esmeralda

692-8200 x 4 692-8255 (F)

OIA Athletic Directors and Principals Directory
School LEILEHUA Athletic Director James Toyota, CAA 1515 California Avenue Wahiawa, HI 96786 McKINLEY Neal Takamori, CAA 1039 South King Street Honolulu, HI 96814 MILILANI Glenn Nitta, CAA 95-1200 Meheula Parkway Mililani, HI 96789 MOANALUA Joel Kawachi 2825 Ala Ilima Street Honolulu, HI 96818 NANAKULI Andrew Moody 89-980 Nanakuli Avenue Nanakuli, HI 96792 PEARL CITY Reid Shigemasa, CAA 2100 Ho'oki'eki'e Street Pearl City, HI 96782 RADFORD Kelly Sur 4361 Salt Lake Blvd Blvd. Honolulu, HI 96818 ROOSEVELT John Chung 1120 Nehoa Street Honolulu, HI 96822 WAIALUA Sharon Yoshimura, CAA 67-160 Farrington Hwy. Waialua, HI 96791 WAIANAE Glenn Tokunaga, CAA 85-251 Farrington Hwy. Waianae, HI 96792 WAIPAHU Stacie Nii, CAA 94-1211 Farrington Hwy. Waipahu, HI 96797 528-9571 677-6685 (F) Basketball, Girls Milton Takenaka Nadine Villarmia Kelli Yuen Alex Gasmen Keith Hayashi 697-7021 697-7018 (F) Golf, Girls Danny Matsumoto Kevin Nakamoto Toby Wolf Ben Joven Nelson Shigeta 637-8216 637-8209 (F) Cross Country Michele Sales Lori Avilla-Rosa Carrie Yoshimura Sean Yoshimura Randiann Porras-Tang 421-4200 x332 421-4229 (F) 587-4600, x326 Softball Air Riflery 668-5832 or 668-5850 668-5853 (F) 454-5613 453-6519(F) Bowling Michael Pang Kyle Miyashiro Lionel Villarmia Kai Enos Garvin Tsuji Jeff Azuma Ayumu Yokota Garvin Tsuji Neil Santiago Gallinad Carreira Scott Yano Ann Mahi Fred Murphy (Acting) Colin Lee Kim Imamoto Carlyn Fujimoto Softball Anthony Jones Darin Pilialoha 837-8066 831-7920 (F) Wrestling Eddie Gudoy Reid Takano Cynthia Shimoda Darrel Galera 627-7369 627-7369 (F) Baseball James Millwood Nicole Awaya Sharyn Kodama John Brummel 594-0418 594-0502 (F) Volleyball Bob Morikuni Bryan Gusman Tomoki Kanaoka Louise Inafuku Ron Okamura Phone/Fax 622-6568 622-6599 (F) Sport Advisory Cheerleading Assistant AD(s) Nathan Higa Athletic Trainer Lenny Baum Michelle Harrington Principal Aloha Coleman

Revised 08/2010
Phone/Fax 622-6550 622-6554 (F)

594-0400 594-0407 (F)

627-7747 627-7375 (F)

837-8455 831-7919 (F)

668-5823 668-5828 (F)

454-5511 453-6521 (F)

421-4200 421-4210 (F) 587-4600 587-4637 (F)

637-8200 637-8209 (F)

697-7017 697-7018 (F)

528-9555 675-0257 (F)

OIA Athletic Directors and Principals Directory
School Athletic Director Steven Hanai HAWAII CENTER FOR THE 3440 Leahi Avenue DEAF & THE BLIND HAKIPUU LEARNING CENTER HALAU KU MANA Honolulu, HI 96815 Michael Bright 45-720 Keaahala Road Kaneohe, HI 96744 Patti Cronin 2101 Makiki Heights Drive Honolulu, HI 96822 HALAU LOKAHI 401 Waiakamilo Road, Unit 1A Honolulu, HI 96817 Sterling Carvalho HAWAII TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY 94-810 Moloalo Street 2nd Floor Waipahu, HI 96797 Clarence DeLude KAMAILE ACADEMY 85-180 Ala Akau Street Waianae, HI 96792 Kau'ionalani Aki KE KULA O SAMUEL M KAMAKAU M. MYRON B. THOMPSON ACADEMY 45-037 Kaneohe Bay Drive Kaneohe, Kaneohe HI 96744 Andrew Aki Honolulu, HI 96813 235-9174 235-9173 (F) 441-8003 697-7110 697-7115 (F) Clarence DeLude 676-5444 676-5479 (F) 945-1600 945-1604 (F) Laara Allbrett 832-3594 842-9800 (F) Jeff Piontek 235-9155 235-9160 (F) Patti Cronin Diane Nozawa Phone/Fax Sport Advisory Assistant AD(s) Athletic Trainer Principal Sydney Dickerson

Revised 08/2010
Phone/Fax 733-4999 733-4824 (F) 235-9155 235-9160 (F) 945-1600 945-1604 (F) 832-3594 842-9800 (F) 676-5444 676-5479 (F)

697-7110 697-7115 (F)

Marci Waialeale Sarsona

235-9175 235-9173 (F)

Diana H. Kaapana Oshiro

441-8001 586-3640 (F)

629 Pohukaina Street, Suite #3 586-3640 (F)

com BASKETBALL thyoshid@ksbe. HI 96782 Hawaii Track & Field Association Mitchell Otani 284 Anapalau Place Honolulu. Eddie Hanashiro 1649 Citron Street Honolulu.O.com . HI 96826 Hawaii Scholastic Soccer Federation Jan Allen 94-1027 Lumiauau St.com SOCCER 677-4033 (H) ( ) 956-3462 (B) 753-3919 (cell) 455-5554 (H) 295-4707 (cell) jansgoalbox@netscape. HI 96797 Oahu Softball-Baseball Official Association Walter Yamatsuka 1973 Aamaka Place Pearl City.edu yoshidat001@hawaii.net j g @ p SOFTBALL walteryama@earthlink. Inc.com JUDO hanashire001@hawaii. AhSam 94-348 Hokuala St.com CHEERLEADING FOOTBALL 262-5738 (H) 864-4811 (cell) 543-7848 (B) 694-1939 BeaversJ001@hawaii.rr. HI 96789 Oahu Basketball Referees Association Thomas Yoshida 3726 Mariposa Drive Honolulu. HI 96734 Hawaii Judo. HI 96825 Oahu Independent Volleyball Officials Association Pat Akana P.OIA Sport Commissioner Directory Revised 07/2010 Sport BASEBALL Commissioner Oahu Softball-Baseball Official Association Glenn B.rr. HI 96816 Hawaii State Cheerleading Judges Association OIA Independent Football Officials Jim B. Box 37042 Honolulu. #117 Mililani. Beavers 1515 Kina Street Kailua.rr.. HI 96837 Phone E-Mail 623-3039 (H) 473-5212 (B) 478-7660 (cell) 282-2299 (cell) 534-3924 (B) 732-9275 (H) gbas50@yahoo.net TRACK & FIELD 395-8012 VOLLEYBALL 523-8026 (H) 538-4729 (B) 277-6313 (cell) oiavolleyball@yahoo. Waipahu.

com 630-1073 .OIA Sport Commissioner Directory Revised 07/2010 Sport WATER POLO Commissioner Hawaii Water Polo Jim Martindale 380D Haleloa Place Honolulu.com james. HI 96789 Bryan Akeo Phone 781-3243 (cell) E-Mail martindalejh@gmail. HI 96821 Hawaii Wrestling Officials Association Stan Ono 94-343 Pauwala Place Mililani.martindale@navy.mil WRESTLING 753-3968 stano8008@yahoo.

HI 96818 Chris Chun P. (ILH) 533-4541 533-4543 (F) Big Island Interscholastic Federation (BIIF) 974-6610 974-6604 (F) Kauai Interscholastic Federation (KIF) 274-3506 274-3508 (F) Maui Interscholastic League (MIL) 984-8025. Sports Information Director 587-4495 587-4496 (F) Interscholastic League of Honolulu Georges Gilbert. O. HI 96839 Don Botelho P. O. Account Clerk Phone/Fax 421-4394 421-4395(F) (OIA) Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA) Natalie Webb. Hawaii 96720 Diane Nitta Kauai District Office 3060 Eiwa Street Lihue.League Executive Director Directory League Oahu Interscholastic Association Executive Director Dwight Toyama c/o Radford High School 4361 Salt Lake Boulevard Honolulu. HI 96766 Joe Balangitao Maui District Office 54 High Street Wailuku. Administrative Assist. Resource Teacher Stacey Imanaka. HI 96839 Lyle Crozier Hawaii District Office 75 Aupuni Street Hilo. Box 61146 Honolulu. Resource Teacher Karen Iha. x235 984-8008 (F) . Box 62029 Honolulu. HI 96793 Staff Andrea Festa.

The committee may also propose amendments for consideration by the members. Francine Honda Michael Tokioka Chairperson Central Representative Honolulu Representative Leeward Representative Central Representative Central Representative Honolulu Representative Leeward Representative Windward Representative Athletic Directors: James Toyota Glenn Nitta Lapule Schultz Reid Shigemasa Joe Whitford Legislative Committee: The committee is responsible to establish liaison with the State Legislature on matters concerning the OIA.Oahu Interscholastic Association 2010-11 Committee Assignments Executive Council: The Executive Council shall meet prior to all OIA Principals meetings to conduct business on matters that require attention. Penelope Tom Darrel Galera Ron Okamura Ann Mahi Carlyn Fujimoto Athletic Directors: Sharon Yoshimura Neal Takamori John Chung Rodney Iwasaki Fred Lee Harold Tanaka Sam Delos Reyes Laynie Sueyasu Chairperson Central Representative Honolulu Representative Honolulu Representative Leeward Representative Central Representative Honolulu Representative Honolulu Representative Honolulu Representative Honolulu Representative Honolulu Representative Leeward Representative Windward Representative . Athletic Director’s Council Constitution and By-Laws: The committee is responsible to draft and circulate amendments proposed by any regular member. Meredith Maeda John Brummel Randiann Porras-Tang Penelope Tom Elden Esmeralda Francine Honda Ex-Officio Members: William Arakaki Dwight Toyama Joel Kawachi President Vice President Central Representative Honolulu Representative Leeward Representative Windward Representative Castle High School Mililani High School Waialua High School Kaimuki High School Kapolei High School Kailua High School Superintendent’s Liaison to Athletics Executive Director Chairperson.

A.I. operating budget and all financial matters affective the Association. Constitution and By-Laws. . investigate Interpretation . Elden Esmeralda John Brummel Aloha Coleman John Sosa Mitchell Otani Darin Pilialoha Donna Lindsay Athletic Directors: Joel Kawachi Kelly Sur Harold Tanaka Darren Camello Stacie Nii Mark Brilhante Chairperson Central Representative Central Representative Honolulu Representative Honolulu Representative Leeward Representative Windward Representative Central Representative Central Representative Honolulu Representative Leeward Representative Leeward Representative Windward Representative Ways and Means: The committee is involved in developing the O. It shall also study and make recommendations on other matters referred to it by the principals.Protest. . Protest . will receive. Review and Sanction .A. Review and Sanction Committee: allegations and give preliminary decision. will review complaints of the By-Laws and is empowered to impose. . . . Joel Kawachi Kelly Sur Chairperson Vice Chairperson Moanalua High School Radford High School . Randiann Porras-Tang Elias Ali Charles Naumu Nelson Shigeta Keith Hayashi Susan Hummel Athletic Directors: Blake Moritsugu Fred Lee Gregory Van Cantfort Andrew Moody Glenn Tokunaga Ramona Takahashi Chairperson Central Representative Honolulu Representative Leeward Representative Leeward Representative Windward Representative Central Representative Honolulu Representative Honolulu Representative Leeward Representative Leeward Representative Windward Representative Board of Athletic Directors: The Board of Athletic Directors shall study the recommendations of the sports advisory committee and make its own recommendations to the principals. . Interpretation.I. as defined by the OIA Constitution and By-Laws. is a clearinghouse and is authorized to give preliminary interpretations on a request by a principal regarding the O. appropriate sanctions.

2010-11 Athletic Director Committee Assignments Safety & Security: The committee shall review and make recommendations to the principals.A. Fred Lee Glenn Nitta Harold Tanaka John Chung Stacie Nii Neal Takamori Joel Kawachi Gregory Van Cantfort Darren Camello Laynie Sueyasu Blake Moritsugu James Toyota Andrew Moody Chairperson Baseball Football Basketball Basketball Volleyball Wrestling Soccer Soccer Water Polo Judo Cheerleading Softball Kaimuki Mililani Farrington Roosevelt Waipahu McKinley Moanalua Kalani Kapolei Castle Aiea Leilehua Nanakuli Banquet & Awards: The committee will organize all banquets and make recommendations for O. awards. Laynie Sueyasu Joe Whitford James Toyota Darren Camello Stacie Nii John Chung Sharon Yoshimura Blake Moritsugu Chairperson Castle Kahuku Leilehua Kapolei Waipahu Roosevelt Waialua Aiea Officials/Coaches: The committee shall study and make recommendations for the improvement of officials and coaches.I. John Chung Glenn Nitta Laynie Sueyasu Joel Kawachi Rodney Iwasaki Chairperson Roosevelt Mililani Castle Moanalua Kaiser . Ramona Takahashi Rodney Iwasaki Hugh Taufaasau Sam Delos Reyes Mark Brilhante Kelly Sur Reid Shigemasa Harold Tanaka Fred Lee Glenn Nitta Darren Camello Sharon Yoshimura Glenn Tokunaga Chairperson Kailua Kaiser Nanakuli Campbell Kalaheo Radford Pearl City Farrington Kaimuki Mililani Kapolei Waialua Waianae Athletic Trainers: The committee will serve as liasions to the Athletic Health Care Trainers.

Harold Tanaka Stacie Nii John Chung Glenn Nitta Laynie Sueyasu Rodney Iwasaki Dwight Toyama Title IX: Sharon Yoshimura Ramona Takahashi Darren Camello Joel Kawachi Stacie Nii Reid Shigemasa HASSA: HIADA: Harold Tanaka Rodney Iwasaki Chairperson Waialua Kailua Kapolei Moanalua Waipahu Pearl City Farrington Kaiser Chairperson Farrington Waipahu Roosevelt Mililani Castle Kaiser Executive Director . Greg Van Cantfort Neal Takamori Laynie Sueyasu Darren Camello James Toyota Reid Shigemasa Mark Brilhante Chairperson Kalani McKinley Castle Kapolei Leilehua Pearl City Kaiser Football Site Selection: The committee shall be responsible for site selection for all football games.NFHS CEP: The committee will schedule and organize the coaches education program for each district.

Anuenue Swimming & Water Polo: Rodney Iwasaki. McKinley Darren Camello. Waialua Greg Van Cantfort. . Farrington Sam Delos Reyes. Aiea Gregory Van Cantfort. Waialua Lewis Fuddy. Nanakuli Glenn Nitta. Roosevelt Tennis/Soft Tennis Joe Whitford. Waialua Darren Camello. Leilehua Cross Country & Track: Sharon Yoshimura. Kaimuki Ramona Takahashi. Baseball & Softball: Andrew Moody. Waianae Harold Tanaka. cont’d Laynie Sueyasu. Leilehua Fred Lee. Aiea Golf: Sam Delos Reyes. Moanalua Blake Moritsugu. Aiea Neal Takamori. Kaimuki Andrew Moody. This committee will also represent the game rules committee. Castle Joe Whitford. McKinley Sam Delos Reyes. the game rules committee will make the decision on protests. ONLY when no protest committee is on site. Leilehua Kelly Sur. Aiea John Chung. Kalani Lapule Schultz. Mililani Rodney Iwasaki. Waipahu Wrestling & Judo: Joel Kawachi. The Commissioner or designee should be part of the committee. Kaimuki Blake Moritsugu. Pearl City Sharon Yoshimura. Waianae Kelly Sur. Campbell Glenn Tokunaga.2010-11 Officials & Game Rules Committee The Oahu Interscholastic Association has an evaluation procedure in place regarding the officiating of game officials. 2. Kaiser Sam Delos Reyes. Mililani Glenn Tokunaga. Kalaheo Glenn Nitta. Roosevelt Richard Haru. Pearl City Blake Moritsugu. Waialua John Chung. 3. Mililani Rodney Iwasaki. Castle Glenn Nitta. Kaimuki Andrew Moody. Campbell Sharon Yoshimura. Leilehua This evaluation procedure was developed so the complainant could remain anonymous with the official’s association. Waialua Football: Harold Tanaka. Kahuku James Toyota. Kalaheo James Toyota. Kapolei Reid Shigemasa. Leilehua Soccer: Gregory Van Cantfort. Kahuku Fred Lee. Waipahu Harold Tanaka. Kailua Bowling: Reid Shigemasa. he/she needs to submit a written evaluation to his/her athletic director who will then forward the concern to the committee chair. Moanalua Mark Brilhante. Game Rules Committee: 1. Kaiser Sharon Yoshimura. When games are played at different sites. Radford Sharon Yoshimura. Football Kelly Sur. Kahuku Darren Camello. Farrington Stacie Nii. Castle Rodney Iwasaki. Nanakuli Reid Shigemasa. Waialua James Toyota. Campbell Blake Moritsugu. Highlighted names represent the committee chairperson(s). Waialua Joel Kawachi. Radford Blake Moritsugu. Aiea Ramona Takahashi. Aiea Harold Tanaka. Farrington Mark Brilhante. Roosevelt Stacie Nii. Kailua Sharon Yoshimura. Kailua Blake Moritsugu. Radford Cheerleading: James Toyota. the game rules committee will make the decision on protests. Farrington Sharon Yoshimura. If a coach has a concern. Campbell Glenn Tokunaga. Kaiser Glenn Tokunaga. Waianae James Toyota. Kaiser Laynie Sueyasu. Kapolei Fred Lee. Aiea Fred Lee. Kalani Basketball: John Chung. Kalaheo Blake Moritsugu. The OIA coaches and athletic directors approved this procedure. Kapolei Ramona Takahashi. Nanakuli Volleyball: Neal Takamori. Kalani Darren Camello. Pearl City Soccer. Kapolei Joe Whitford.

Boys Golf. Assist.) Pearl City (Kailua & Waialua. Radford.) WINTER SPORTS . Assist. Girls Mililani (Radford. FALL SPORTS . Assist. Pearl City. The Chairperson will make meeting arrangements.) Nanakuli (Kapolei. Pearl City Assist.) Kahuku Moanalua (Aiea. Assist) Kaimuki (Kahuku. Assist. Assist. Assist. Girls Judo Softball Tennis Track & Field Volleyball. Kaimuki.) Nanakuli (Kapolei.) Kaiser (Castle. Assist) Castle (Kahuku. Assist. a third meeting may be called. Assist. JV Soft Tennis Volleyball.Chairperson: Joe Whitford Baseball Golf. Competitive Cross Country Football Softball.) Anuenue (Waipahu. Assist. Assist) Kahuku (Kaimuki.) Campbell (Waianae.2010-11 SPORT ADVISORS The following committees will meet and turn in a schedule after HIADA to minimize conflicts in the scheduling.) McKinley (Anuenue. Guidelines should be set during the first meeting and the schedule should be set at the second meeting. Assist.) Kapolei (Kalani. the sport advisor can make up the schedule at the evaluation meeting. Assist.) Waialua (Kalaheo. Assist.) Aiea (Moanalua. JV Girls Wrestling Roosevelt (Kailua & Kapolei.Chairperson: Joel Kawachi Boys Basketball Girls Basketball Paddling Boys Soccer Girls Soccer Swimming Tennis. If needed.) McKinley (Anuenue. Assist. Assist. Nanakuli.) Kalaheo (Kaiser. Assist. Kaimuki. Assist. Since we already have a formula for all sport’s schedules. Assist.) Leilehua (Aiea.) Waianae (Campbell. Waianae. Assist.) SPRING SPORTS .) Kalani (Kapolei. Boys Water Polo. Girls Radford (Mililani.) Waipahu (Pearl City. Roosevelt Assist. Assist. Nanakuli.) Farrington (Kaiser.) .Chairperson: Neal Takamori Air Riflery Bowling Cheerleading.

Thompson Academy Halau Lokahi Hawaii Technology Academy Kamaile Academy .66 Joe Griswold Aiea 1966 .70 George Akahane Campbell 1970 .CONSTITUTION 1940 Charter Members: Ben Parker (Castle 1951) Kahuku Leilehua Waialua Waipahu 1955 1958 1958 1962 1963 1969 1970 1970 1970 1970 1970 1971 1972 1972 1973 1974 1999 1999 1999 2003 2003 2003 2003 2005 2009 2010 Kailua Executive Secretaries/Director: Waianae Radford 1940 .90 Hugh Yoshida Farrington 1991 .97 Ted Fukushima Kaimuki 1998 Dwight Toyama Kalani McKinley Roosevelt Kaiser Moanalua Revised: Pearl City 5/83 2/98 Kalaheo 4/85 7/99 Mililani 5/86 8/00 Anuenue 8/87 6/03 Hawaii Center for the 5/91 6/04 Deaf and the Blind 8/91 1/06 Kapolei 5/95 1/07 Hakipuu Learning Center 6/09 Halau Ku Mana Ke Kula O Samuel M. Kamakau Myron B.86 William Smithe Nanakuli 1987 .

................. Committees .................... Name .................................... Membership ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ Purpose ....................... Finances ........... 1 1 1 2 3 3 4 6 7 8 ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Oahu Interscholastic Association Constitution TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Constitution Article I Article II Article III Article IV Article V Article VI Article VII Article VIII Article IX Article X (Preamble) .............................................................................................................................................................. Rules of Order .............................. Executive Council ................................................................................................................................ Meetings ... Hawaii High School Athletic Association Representatives ......................... Officers ........

and fair play among teachers. coaches. fostering citizenship. simultaneously developing a foundation of equal opportunities among all member schools. The Association maintains that athletics should be supported by public funds. member schools shall establish programs to ensure maximum participation of their students so that these benefits will accrue to as many as possible. Therefore. . It supports the principle of centralized funding and purchasing.PREAMBLE The Oahu Interscholastic Association concurs with the Board of Education and Department of Education in recognizing athletics as an integral part of the educational program of the high school. safe environment. The Association recognizes athletics as an excellent vehicle for promoting cooperation and fellowship among members schools and our communities—and shall administer our programs under the Constitution and By-Laws to foster harmonious working relationships and dedicate ourselves toward continuous improvement and professional growth. parents and community members. The Association is dedicated to building character. high ethical conduct. student bodies. and encourages a continuance of certain initiatives at individual schools. The Association’s purpose is to promote athletics in a healthy.

Kaimuki High School. Leilehua High School. Kalani High School. including. Nanakuli High School.CONSTITUTION OF THE OAHU INTERSCHOLASTIC ASSOCIATION Article I Name The name of this association shall be the Oahu Interscholastic Association. An Oahu high school may become a Regular Member by demonstrating a viable athletic program in at least 50% of the Association’s “full team” and 50% of the Association’s “individual team” sports and an affirmative 2/3 vote of the Regular Membership. whose students participate. Radford High School. while all other sports shall be deemed “individual team” sport. Farrington High School. Article III Membership Section 1: Regular Members The Regular Members shall be the member schools of Oahu who participate in the activities of the Association in accordance with its Constitution and By-Laws. Pearl City High School. Campbell High School. Associate Membership shall be granted by an affirmative 2/3 vote of the Regular Member Schools. The OIA shall have the authority to determine and identify those sports which are “full team” sports. Castle High School. including new century charter schools or other high schools located on Oahu who participate or. but not limited to. b. In the performance of these functions it shall be the aim of the association to stress educational and cultural values. Roosevelt High School. Kailua High School. in the activities of the Association in accordance with its Constitution and By-Laws. the Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA) and the Hawaii Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association (HIADA). Anuenue School. promote skills in competitive activities and foster citizenship and mutual respect. Member schools shall maintain “Good Standing” to continue membership in the Association. Section 2: Associate Members Associate Members shall be the schools of Oahu. Moanalua High School. Associate Members have no voting privileges in the Association. (Exceptions: Associate Members shall be included for purposes of the exercise by the Association to vote professional organization’s proceedings. Kaiser High School. The voting member shall be the school’s principal or vice principal. Kalaheo High School. Kahuku High School.) Section 3: Sustaining Membership a. Kapolei High School. Article II Purpose The purpose of this association shall be the promotion of unity and cooperation amongst the member schools in the establishment and administration of policies and regulations for implementing an interscholastic athletic program. Waianae High School. Waialua High School. Each Regular Member shall be entitled to one (1) vote. McKinley High School. and Waipahu High School. The Regular Member schools are: Aiea High School. Mililani High School. Schools in “Good Standing” are those Regular and Associate Member Schools that: (1) Abide by the OIA Constitution and By-Laws .

Thompson Academy NCPCS. Section 3: Compliance Member schools shall maintain “Good Standing” by complying with the Association’s Constitution and ByLaws. including the loss of membership as determined by the Association. shall call and preside at all meetings of the Association. Kamakau Laboratory PCS. Ex-officio members shall have no vote. 2 . meeting all financial obligations to the Association and abiding by the decisions of the Regular Membership. Section 4: Ex-Officio Members The Superintendent of the Hawaii State Department of Education (DOE) may appoint a designee to serve as liaison between the Department and the Association. and Myron B. August 1 through July 31. and Comply with other requirements as determined by the OIA. The Vice President shall be elected by the principals of the member schools. Appointments to standing committees and the executive council shall be submitted to the Executive Director no later than May 31. or until successors are elected. A vacancy will be filled by a special election. Should a vacancy for the President occur. Vice President and Executive Director. Kamaile Academy. The Vice President shall be the President following the incumbent President's 3rd year or should the position become vacant. shall exercise general supervision of the business affairs of the Association. shall have the responsibility of performing the duties customarily incidental to this office and shall have such other duties as may be delegated or assigned by the Association. the Vice President will assume the duties of the President. The President shall be the official spokesperson for the Association and shall serve as the Association representative to the Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA). Hawaii Technology Academy. and not limited to. ad hoc committees and the executive council. Halau Ku Mana NCPCS. The Regular Membership may appoint other ex-officio members at their discretion. Ke Kula O Samuel M.(2) Participate as members in appropriate professional organizations including. the Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA) and the Hawaii Interscholastic Athletic Directors Association (HIADA). The term of office shall be limited to three consecutive years. (3) The Associate Member Schools are: Hakipuu Learning Center PCS. Members failing to maintain “Good Standing” may be subject to sanctions. The Oahu Complex Area Superintendents or their designees are also invited to attend meetings. Hawaii School for the Deaf and Blind. Article IV Officers Section 1: The officers of the Association shall be the President. shall co-sign Association checks. The term of office for the President and Vice President shall be three years. Section 2: Duties of the President The President shall administer the Association in all its activities in accordance with the Constitution and By-Laws. Halau Lokahi NCPCS. The President shall appoint principals to serve on standing committees.

Section 3: Duties of the Vice President The Vice President shall assist the President in the administration of the Association and shall preside at meetings in the absence of the President and shall serve in an advisory capacity to the Board of Athletic Directors. The Vice President shall also coordinate and conduct all league in-service activities.

Section 4: Duties of the Executive Director Appointed by the Superintendent of Education, the Executive Director shall have custody of and responsibility for all Association money and property; shall maintain full and accurate records of all Association financial transactions; shall insure that all expenditures are properly authorized; shall deposit and disburse all funds in accordance with Association directives; shall maintain accounts with financial institutions as authorized by the Association and shall co-sign checks or drafts against such accounts as authorized by the Association. The Executive Director shall, at the year-end Association meeting, submit a financial report to the membership detailing the financial condition of the Association. The Executive Director shall give notice of all meetings of the Association; shall distribute minutes to the principals within ten (10) work days of meetings and shall maintain a copy of the minutes in a permanent book of records. The Executive Director shall complete and submit such other reports as are incidental to the office and as may be required by the Association. The Executive Director shall have other such duties, powers and responsibilities as are customarily incidental to the office; shall carry out all duties assigned by official Association action; and shall be responsible for conducting the general operations of the Association. Article V Section 1: Membership The President, Vice President, Executive Director, Athletic Director's Representative and a Principals' representative from each of the Oahu school districts shall comprise the Executive Council. The principal representatives shall be the chairs of the standing committees. The President shall appoint the district principal representatives. Section 2: Purpose and meetings The Executive Council shall meet prior to general membership meetings to set the agenda and to conduct business that require attention. Each member will receive advance notice of the date, time and place of each council meeting. Section 3: Quorum The President, Vice President and at least two district principal representatives will constitute a quorum. Section 4: Minutes Minutes of the Executive Council meeting shall be sent to every principal and athletic director of each member school within one week of the council meeting. Article VI Hawaii High School Athletic Association Representatives Executive Council

The Association shall be represented at the Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA) meetings by the President and Executive Director.

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Section 1: Standing Committees a. Constitution and By-Laws: The committee shall consist of one principal and athletic director from each district. The committee drafts and circulates proposed amendments. Amendments may be proposed by any member principal or by the committee. The committee chairperson shall serve on the Executive Council. Legislative: The committee shall consist of one principal and athletic director from each district. The committee shall propose a legislative agenda to the membership for approval; shall establish and implement a legislative strategy; shall network with other athletic associations to coordinate legislative initiatives and work with members of the legislature on issues related to the Oahu Interscholastic Association and state-wide athletics program. The committee chairperson will serve on the Executive Council. Ways and Means: The committee shall consist of one principal and athletic director from each district. The committee shall, in conjunction with the Executive Director, propose an operating budget to the membership for approval. The committee will also review fiscal proposals for the purpose of making recommendations to the membership for approval. The committee chairperson will serve on the Executive Council. Site Selection Committee: The committee shall consist of the Vice President, Executive Director, Sports Advisor and one athletic director from each district. The athletic director representative shall be selected by the athletic directors group. The committee will be responsible for the site selection for all sports. The committee will circulate recommendations or changes two (2) weeks prior to being voted upon by the member principals. Protest, Interpretation, Review and Sanction: The committee will consist of one principal and athletic director from each district. The President, Executive Director, and Sports Advisory Chairperson shall serve as consultants. For the purposes of voting, a vote will be cast by the principal representative, or, in his or her absence, an Educational Officer designee, of each district. Should the vote result in a tie, the President shall cast the deciding vote. In the event that the district representative serving on this committee is a party in the appeal, he or she would exclude him or herself from the vote. 1) Protest: Receive protests, investigate the allegations and give a preliminary decision. Game protests will be referred to the game committee. Sequential Procedures a) Three copies of all protests shall be submitted to the President of the Association by the protesting principal(s). The President shall direct the Executive Director to investigate the allegations and report the findings to the Association's Protest, Interpretation, Review and Sanction Committee chairperson. The chairperson will convene a committee meeting to entertain input from the principal(s) involved in the protest. The committee will render a decision after review of all pertinent information and forward their decision to the Association President within five (5) work days of request. The President will report the findings of the committee to the principal(s) of the school(s) involved.

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Interpretation: Provide preliminary interpretation of the Oahu Interscholastic Association Constitution and By-Laws. Sequential Procedures a) Upon receipt of a written request for interpretation of the Association Constitution and By-Laws, the principal may consult with the Protest, Interpretation, Review and Sanction Committee within five (5) work days of the request. The committee will respond to the principal's request for interpretation within five (5) work days. The principal shall render a decision and respond in writing to the requester. Appeal: see Section 2: Appeals

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Review and Sanction: Review complaints of violations of the By-Laws, Article II, Section 6: Unsportsmanlike Conduct. It is empowered to impose appropriate sanctions under the By-Laws, Article II, Section 4: Penalties. Sequential Procedures a) Complaint of violation(s) shall be submitted in writing to the Association President by the principal of a member school. The Association President shall direct the Executive Director to investigate the alleged violation(s) and report the findings to the chairperson of the Protest, Interpretation, Review and Sanction committee. The chairperson shall convene the committee to review input from the requesting principal(s). The committee will render a decision after considering all pertinent information and forward the decision to the Association President within five (5) work days of request. The Association President will report the findings of the committee to the principal(s) involved. Appeal: see Section 2: Appeals

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Section 3: Board of Athletic Directors a. b. The board shall consist of all athletic directors appointed by the principals of the member schools. The Board of Athletic Directors shall review the recommendations of the sports advisory committee and forward recommendations for changes to the member principals to be acted upon. The board shall appoint athletic director representatives to serve on Association standing committees.

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Section 4: Sports Advisory Committee a. b. Each Association sanctioned sport shall have a sports advisory committee. The committee shall develop recommendations for program improvement and forward them to the Board of Athletic Directors. The regular members of the sports advisory committee shall be the head varsity coaches of the sport. Each school shall have one vote. The chairperson of each committee shall be appointed by the Executive Council of the Athletic Directors with approval by the Association President in accordance to priorities as set forth in the Sports Rules and Regulations. The date and place of the meetings shall be the responsibility of the respective advisory committee chairperson. Meetings

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Section 1: Regular Meetings The regular meetings of the Association shall be held on a quarterly basis. The Executive Council shall determine the date, time and location of each meeting. Section 2: Special Meetings Special meetings may be called at any time by the President or at the request of two or more principals from member schools. A special meeting shall be scheduled within five (5) work days of request. Section 3: Representation Attendance at Association meetings shall be limited to the Principal or Vice Principal and athletic director from each member school, the Superintendent's Liaison, and Complex Area Superintendents or their designee. Other guests designated by the Executive Council may be invited to discuss and/or present agenda issues.

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Any deviation from the approved budget shall require authorization by a majority vote by the member principals. Section 5 shall apply. Section 5: Quorum and Voting A majority of the member school Principals or Vice Principals shall constitute a quorum provided all the schools have been notified of the meeting. the president or designee shall provide both sides of an issue when polling the principals in their respective districts and shall report the roll call results to the membership. signed by the Executive Director or a duly authorized representative and co-signed by the President. shall present a proposed budget for the member principals to adopt at the final Association Membership meeting of the year. All issues with the exception of Section 6 Amendments Procedure shall be decided by a simple majority vote. The committee is responsible for reviewing the proposed amendment. following adoption. Section 6: Amendments Procedure The quorum requirement of Article VIII. Section 3: Expenditures All expenditures shall be made in accordance with the approved budget. If the Executive Council decides that an issue must be presented to each principal via telephone or other means of communication. For students of Associate Member schools participating through the Regular Member school in the complex. Article IX Finances Section 1: Annual Assessments Assessments shall be set by the Regular Member school principals. Nominal annual assessments shall be assessed for all Associate Member schools. in consultation with the Executive Director. Only the Principal or Vice Principal of a member school in attendance may cast a vote. A sports assessment shall also be charged to those Regular Member and Associate Member schools directly participating in a given sport. Amendments adopted unanimously may become effective on a date agreed to by the Regular Members. Voting by proxy is not authorized. such sports assessment for the Regular Member school shall be allocated between the Regular Member school and the Associate Member school in relation to the number of students from each school participating in such sport. An amendment to the Constitution or ByLaws may be proposed by any Regular Member in writing to the Constitution and By-Laws Committee. Section 2: Budget The Ways and Means Committee. and making recommendations to the membership for adoption of proposed amendments. circulating it to the membership at least ten (10) working days prior to being voted on. 7 . Amendments shall become effective on the first day of school. as designated by the DOE’s school calendar. A two-thirds vote by the Regular Members shall be required for adoption of any proposed amendment.Section 4: Meetings of Athletic Directors The athletic directors of each member school shall attend all regularly scheduled league meetings. Annual assessments shall be assessed for all Regular Member schools. Section 4: Payments All payments shall be made by Association checks.

Article X Rules of Order Section 1: Supplemental Rules "Robert's Rules of Order" shall govern this Association in all cases in which they are applicable and not inconsistent with the Constitution. 8 .

.......Revised 06/19/2009 By-Laws TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ARTICLE I Student Eligibility .. Penalties ........ Protests............................................................... ARTICLE V Commercial Video and Radio Broadcasting Rights .............. ARTICLE III Miscellaneous Rulings ................................... ...................................... 1 5 10 11 11 ARTICLE II Lists... ARTICLE IV Administrative Policies Governing Sports .........

Amateur Status Amateur Rule An amateur sports person is one who engages in sport solely for the pleasure and the physical. A student must be an amateur to be eligible to represent his or her high school. and one of the following: (1) the student is enrolled at his/her home public school." Section 2: a. and social benefits derived there from. enrollment shall mean. (3) (4) This enrollment deadline does not apply to students enrolling from out-of-state or inter-island. Having competed under an assumed name in any organized athletic activity. b.2 Compulsory Attendance Exception) shall not be eligible for participation in Association activities. Enrollment Standards (Revised 06/19/2009) A student is eligible to participate in a given sport provided that for fall sports the student is enrolled at the school within fifteen (15) days after the first day of school or for winter/spring sports the student is enrolled prior to the HHSAA start 1 date . 1 . 2 This twelve (12) month provision does not apply to students attending Academy of the Pacific or ASSETS School. Students exempted from compulsory education (Department of Education Regulation 4140. or (2) the student did not participate in the same sport at another school within the last twelve (12) months2. Having accepted an award in non-school athletic activities which he or she has converted into cash by sale or by pawning. at the same school in which the student wishes to participate.BY-LAWS OF THE OAHU INTERSCHOLASTIC ASSOCIATION Article I: Student Eligibility Section 1: Enrollment and Academic Eligibility a. For the purposes of this section. Having signed a professional athletic contract. An athlete shall forfeit his or her privilege to compete as an amateur in the particular sport and shall thereby become ineligible to participate in that sport for two (2) seasons by any of the following actions: (1) (2) Having competed for money in any organized athletic activity. Academic Standards All students participating in Association activities shall meet the academic standards as prescribed in the Hawaii Board of Education "Revised Guidelines for Implementing the Academic Requirements for Participation in Co-Curricular Activities. mental.

students shall have only four (4) consecutive years of eligibility. the four consecutive years of eligibility will continue. It does not include intramural events. entered. whether or not the student actually competed in. Section 5: a. registration and the effective date of registration shall mean the date that all necessary application and/or registration documents have been completed and submitted to the public school. or entered the athletic event. b. varsity. 2 . or otherwise competed in any athletic event. including pre-season. The entry year shall begin a student’s four (4) consecutive years of eligibility. or the student is on the most current Eligibility List filed with the League Executive Director. Section 4: Undergraduate Standing No student shall compete in any high school interscholastic activity who is a graduate of a regular four year high school or who is a graduate of a secondary school that has the same requirements for graduation as a regular four year high school. or Events (collectively referred to as “events”). including “Geographic Exception” documentation where applicable. or the student has dressed in the uniform for and as part of the school’s team at an athletic event. or the student has played in. and the public school is required by law to accept the student. Years of Eligibility Upon entry to ninth grade. regardless if there is a break in school attendance. played in. contests. Once entered into the ninth grade. Participation: Participation in athletic events occurs if a student is registered at the school and: (1) the student has attended organized practices at the school or with the school’s varsity and/or junior varsity teams or such athletic event for five (5) or more days. and junior varsity events between league and non-league schools. (2) (3) (4) Registration: For public schools where acceptance of a student is mandatory.Section 3: Playing on a Team of Higher Institution No student shall be eligible to represent his or her school in inter-scholastic competition who has ever competed on the team of an educational institution higher than that of a secondary school. A year of eligibility shall be counted as long as a student enters school anytime between July and June. Participation in Athletic Events Definitions (Revised 06/19/2009) Athletic Event: The term “athletic event” includes all athletic games.

he/she may at the end of the season resume junior varsity status. or legal custodian. A principal’s decision may be appealed through the Association appeal process. has not participated in a regular or post season Association game (does not include pre-season games). Geographic Exceptions Chapter 13 shall define attendance area and procedures for attaining a Geographic Exception. Home School and Geographic Exceptions (Revised 06/19/2009) Home School Except as otherwise provided in Section 6b(3). Section 2) f. Athletes may be moved between junior varsity and varsity rosters of the same sport only once per season. “Legal residence” means the residence of the student’s parent(s). Stand Alone Team(s) If any school within the Association forms a stand-alone team. Participation on varsity and junior varsity teams is to be considered as a season of competition. e. a student’s “home school” means the school within the geographic attendance area. legal guardian. [Refer to 6a above] (1) Students requesting a Geographic Exception shall neither practice nor participate in any Association athletic activity until Chapter 13 procedures have been completed. Junior Varsity Participation Upon entry into the ninth grade. Legal guardians/custodians shall be limited to those authorized by Family Court. students shall be limited to two consecutive years of eligibility in junior varsity sports. Receipt of authorized Geographic Exception forms by the receiving school principal shall constitute completion of 3 . a junior varsity player who had been on a varsity roster.c. d. Once junior varsity players have been moved to a varsity roster. If by the end of the season. while participating as a member of a high school may participate in the same activity on a team not affiliated with the high school with the approval of the principal. these players will maintain varsity status for the duration of the season. Concurrent Participation A student. (OIA Constitution Article VII. not two (2) separate seasons. Sports Season Rule No student shall be eligible to participate in Association activities in more than four seasons in any one activity and not more than three seasons in any one activity after entering the tenth grade. player from that school will play for that team Section 6: a. which the student shall attend according to the student’s legal residence. b.

Section 8: It shall be the duty of any athletic director or principal who has knowledge or information that places in question the eligibility of any student who is likely to participate in an Association game or contest. (OIA Constitution Article VII. Reports of recruitment activities shall be reported to the Association. so long as the Associate Member School is in good standing with the Association. Section 1e. baptismal certificate.Geographic Exception procedures. connected or not connected with a Regular or Associate Member school. (3) Students of schools which are Associate Members of the Association (“Associate Member School(s)”) which do not offer a particular Association athletic activity shall be allowed to participate in such Association athletic activity of the Regular Member School in the complex in which the Associate Member School is located in accordance with the Constitution and By-Laws of the Association. Varsity: No student shall be eligible to participate in Association varsity level activities who has reached nineteen years of age prior to the first day of September of the school year in which such participation is intended. (2) Recruitment activities shall not be tolerated by the Association. Protest. Students of Associate Member Schools which offer a particular Association athletic activity shall be allowed to participate in such Association athletic activity in accordance with the Constitution and ByLaws of the Association. Age Limitations (4) Section 7: a. The use of undue influence by any person. notarized affidavit. In the event that an Associate Member School moves into a different school complex during a season. or school records. to report such information immediately to the principal of 4 . Review and Sanction). c. Duty to Report Ineligibility birth b. The age of students shall be determined by the following documents: certificate. Interpretation. Junior Varsity: No student shall be eligible to participate in Association junior varsity activities who becomes seventeen years of age prior to the first day of September of the school year in which such participation is intended. so long as the Associate Member School is in good standing with the Association. to secure the transfer of a student for the purpose of participation in Association activities shall cause the person responsible to be barred from Association activities for the period of one (1) year. The location of the Associate Member School for any particular Association athletic activity shall be determined and fixed at the beginning of the official commencement of the tryout schedule until the termination of the season for such Association athletic activity. the students of the Associate Member School shall complete the season at the Regular Member School at which the student commenced the season. A student who becomes nineteen on or after September 1 shall remain eligible (for age purposes) for the entire school year. A student who becomes seventeen on or after September 1 shall remain eligible (for age purposes) for the entire school year.

if any. armored car. that those students of the Associate Member schools whose names are listed on any eligibility list or supplemental eligibility list of a Regular Member School meet all of the requirements of the Association and are eligible under the Constitution and By-Laws of this Association and that the included data on the student’s age and scholastic history is accurate and complete. e. hand-delivered. A copy of the eligibility list shall also be given (mailed. The principal of each Associate Member School whose students are participating in an athletic activity of the Association through a Regular Member School shall certify to the principal of the Regular Member School. Eligibility lists shall be mailed and postmarked at least seven (7) days prior to the scheduled season opening date of a given sport. and principal or designee. then the affected principal(s) can submit a letter of protest to the Association president for further review. Article II Lists. Protest. Section 2: Supplementary Lists The athletic director of each member school shall be responsible to submit a supplementary list of students eligible to participate but not on the original eligibility list to the OIA Executive Director. the affected principals shall be given the opportunity to discuss and resolve the concern(s). Protests. conduct and behavior. armored car. Section 1: Standing Committees. e-mailed-as requested) to each school participating in the sport prior to the game or contest in which these players will participate. Copies of the eligibility lists shall be signed by the head coach of the sport. athletic director. certifies that those students whose names are listed meet all of the requirements and are eligible under the Constitution and By-Laws of this Association and that the included data on the student’s age and scholastic history is accurate and complete. as a pre-condition to the participation of a student of such Associate Member School. e-mailed-as requested) to each school participating in the sport prior to the first scheduled Association game or contest.the student’s school and the principal of the school on whose team such student is participating. Section 3: Protests A protest is a written complaint on infractions of eligibility. faxed with postmarked hard copy to follow. The principal of the Regular Member School may rely upon such certification in signing the eligibility lists which contain students of the Associate Member School. The principal of the Regular Member School. hand-delivered. If consensus cannot be reached. faxed with post-marked hard copy to follow. Procedures for filing a protest are described in the Association Constitution. 5 . Interpretation. in signing the eligibility lists. Copies of the supplementary lists shall be signed by the head coach. Prior to a protest being filed with the Association. athletic director and principal or designee. Article VII. Supplementary lists shall be hand-delivered or mailed with postmark at least one (1) day prior to the game or contest in which these players will participate. Penalties Eligibility Lists Section 1: The athletic director of each Regular Member school and the principal of each Associate Member School which directly participates in an athletic activity of the Association shall be responsible to submit an eligibility list for each sport to the OIA Executive Director. if any. Review and Sanction. A copy of the supplementary list shall be given (mailed.

of these By-Laws). Lists. a. Conduct and Behavior All conduct and behavior protests shall be filed with the Association within two (2) work days after the game or contest. that if the violation is based upon the inaccuracy of the certification made by the principal of an Associate Member School to the principal of a Regular Member School. the school shall have the authority to declare student(s) ineligible for participation based on Chapter 19 or school rules infractions. The Association. Section 4: Penalties The Association shall retain the authority. the penalty shall be forfeiture of the game or contest by the team that used an ineligible player. Sections 1. However. the Constitution. Protests. The OIA Executive Council shall have the authority to determine forfeiture of games or contests. Eligibility All eligibility protests shall be filed with the Association anytime during the season but no later than seven (7) days after the close of the season of the sport for which the protest is being filed. conduct and behavior infractions. The Association shall have the authority to set other sanctions as determined by the membership. will result in a fine of $10. or eligibility for State Tournament participation as a result of substantiated protests. 5 and 6 (which may be duly raised in accordance with Article II. Penalties. Fines (1) For the violation of Article II. to the President. The Association shall also retain the authority to administer sanctions. 2. and is responsible for reviewing. Regular Member schools may not forfeit Association games or contests.Member schools shall report eligibility. The Association may adjust league standings. (2) (3) b. 4. may initiate the following actions: a. b. provided. Reports shall be submitted in writing. Forfeitures (1) For the violation of Article I. Section 3 Protests and Section 4 Penalties. For individual sports. provided that if the violation is based upon the 6 . forfeiture of championships. following the event. the penalty shall be a forfeiture of all points scored by the ineligible player. 3. Sections 1: Eligibility Lists and Section 2: Supplementary Lists. all incidents occurring at any activity or event sponsored by the Association.00 a calendar day to be assessed against the offending Regular Member School or Associate Member School after the postmarked deadline for eligibility lists to be submitted to the OIA Executive Director. no penalty shall be imposed upon the Regular Member School or the affected team of the Regular Member School. or By-Laws. upon having knowledge of an infraction of a rule. Student Eligibility.

Protests. Student Eligibility). The School will submit in writing or call in a notice that an appeal is being made to the OIA Executive Director. based on evidence submitted by the school as well as on the Citizenship Report. The Commissioner will then send the report to the OIA Executive Director. There shall be no appeal for the ejection itself. the student or coach will remain on ejection status. to be paid to the Association. The OIA Executive Director shall have the authority to assess and collect penalties from Regular Member Schools and from Associate Member Schools. (1) The Athletic Director and the Principal are responsible for ensuring that all appeals are warranted. Failure to comply with the Safety and Security Section shall result in a monetary fine of $100. dropping out of a sport after the schedule and budget for that sport have been officially adopted by the Association. If the school decides to appeal the subsequent sanction (pursuant to Association By-Laws Article II. Lists. It is the Sport Advisor’s responsibility to get the Citizenship Report from the Commissioner within the first forty-eight (48) hours following the contest. Committees. Penalties or Article I. keeping in mind the date of the following contest. c.00 per infraction. The Executive Director will refer the appeal to the Sport Advisor expeditiously. a. When an infraction occurs for which the official ejects a player or coach. The postmark of the copy sent to the OIA Executive Director shall determine the date of mailing.inaccuracy of the certification or other action of the principal of an Associate Member School. but may be imposed upon the Associate Member School. b. d. Section 2: Appeals. shall be assessed its full share for that sport. Appeal Process (3) Section 5: Procedures for filing an appeal of a decision are described in the Association Constitution Article VII. no fine shall be imposed upon the Regular Member School. The OIA Executive Director shall have the authority to collect penalties from member schools. The Sport Committee will be convened as soon as possible and will render a decision on upholding or rejecting the appeal. it is the school’s responsibility to expedite the process in a timely manner or no later than forty-eight (48) hours following the contest. (2) A member school. While the appeal is in progress. (2) (3) (4) (5) 7 . That official must submit a Citizenship Report to the Commissioner within 48 hours of the contest. the official must inform the head coach of the ejection.

disagreements with said decisions may be appealed through the recognized appeals process (Article II. Section 7: All students participating in Association activities are subject to the following: a. Moreover. Department of Education. If the school does not appeal the sanction. A disqualified player or coach may not participate in any game or contest in that sport during the period of disqualification. Article VII. at which a student is enrolled has the final decision on student disciplinary dispositions in accordance with the above. other personnel. Reporting Offenses. Athletic Codes of Conduct for the sport. member school or fan/supporter shall be subject to sanctions without first being informed of the charge and being given an opportunity to explain his/her version of the situation. A unanimous vote by all member principals is necessary for granting an exception. In this specific section. Discipline. Exceptions Section 6: a. Protest. and verbal abuse such as swearing and name-calling to any official responsible for the contest. coach. of the school.e. School Searches and Seizures. Section 5). Section 1e. Protests. Penalties. Hawaii Administrative Rules. Title 8. Protests. Section 4: Penalties. coach or any other student-athlete participating in the contest. Unsportsmanlike Conduct (this section was revised 4/26/2010) b. and School Policy Guidelines. Requests for exceptions to the Association Constitution or By-Laws must be initiated in writing by a principal of a member school to the President and Executive Director. Article II Lists. usually a disqualification that is imposed on an individual or school following the conclusion of any athletic contest. Pending the decisions on appeals. If a player or coach is disqualified from the final game or contest of that sport season. The Executive Council will consider necessary information and report a recommendation to the membership. the school shall not wait for the Citizenship Report but will immediately implement the appropriate sanction as dictated in the OIA Constitution and By-Laws. the disqualification will carry over to the next year’s regular season game b. Police Interviews and Arrests. For the purpose of this sub-section. any act that does not conform to the Athletic Codes of Conduct. Officials have authority to render decisions during an athletic contest. unsportsmanlike conduct includes. Penalties. but is not limited to. and Association By-Laws. The Association shall render a decision no sooner than ten (10) days after receipt of a request for an exception. and Restitution for Vandalism and Negligence). The President will direct the Executive Council to follow-up on requests for exceptions. Chapter 19 (Student Misconduct. no individual or school shall be sanctioned without due process as prescribed by the Association Constitution.. a. any physical gesture or action that is an act or threat of violence by an athlete or coach. Section 2: Appeals. a. School Discipline. Committees. Interpretation. Forfeitures) The athletic director and principal shall be responsible for administering appropriate sanctions against any coach and student who initiates or engages in any unsportsmanlike conduct. Review and Sanction. (Also see OIA By-Laws: Article II Lists. No student-athlete. sanction means a penalty. b. the Official(s) decisions are final. The Principal. 8 .

-permanent disqualification from all association activities from the date of the committee’s decision. -assumption by the member school. damage to property by their students. or recklessly causing bodily injury to another individual. . the same degree of penalty shall apply if said student-athlete retains eligibility in that sport. knowingly. member schools may be subject to one or more of the following sanctions for any act(s) of violence. costs for additional security personnel for the remainder of the school's Association games in that sport. threats of violence or damage to property are subject to the following sanctions: -disqualification from the next Association regular season or post season scheduled game or contest in that sport. but are not limited to. 9 d. threats of violence. A player or coach disqualified for a second time for the same sport will result in suspension for the remainder of the sport season. it is the responsibility of the principal and athletic director to take appropriate action to prevent future incidents. Acts of violence or threats of violence include. (4) Any act(s) of violence. intentionally. -disqualification of the member school from participation in that athletic event for the remainder of the season (includes pre and post-season OIA Activities). In the event that a fourth year studentathlete is disqualified from the final game or contest of that sport season. the disqualification will carry over to the next OIA regular season game that occurs in that same school year. or designated site. if the student-athlete participates in another OIA sport. school. -disqualification for one calendar year from the date of the committee’s decision. -assumption by the member school. (1) Any student-athlete or coach disqualified before. threats of violence. c. -disqualification from participation in that athletic event for the remainder of the season (Includes pre and post-season OIA activities). team. or other personnel related to an Association activity at any site: -reprimand and warning of the member school. during or after an OIA event for acts of violence. In the case of the student-athlete.or contest in that sport. and/or damaging the property of another individual. costs for additional security personnel for the remainder of the school's Association games in that sport -forfeiture of home site privilege for the remainder of the school's Association games in that sport (3) When a fan/supporter of a member school is the perpetrator of violent actions. or verbal abuse by fans/supporters related to an Association activity at any site may result in one or more of the following sanctions: -banning the fan(s)/supporter(s) from specified sites of Association games for that sport. (2) In addition.

Association activities which are interrupted by events beyond the control of the Association shall be continued from the point of interruption. All Association activities shall be scheduled to minimize disruption to instruction. the home team athletic director shall have the authority to postpone the activity. Section 2: a. Contributions to the Association shall be deposited into the Association's account and expended as approved by the membership. The home team athletic director shall have the responsibility to notify the OIA Executive Director or designee of the postponement. If not covered by the rules of the sport. Section 5: Member schools requesting participation in an established sport. Annual Registration for Sports b. In addition. Section 3: Contributions provided by non-school groups or individuals in support of high school athletics shall be welcomed and acknowledged.Article III Miscellaneous Rulings Schedules Section 1: All scheduled interscholastic activities within the jurisdiction of this Association shall be governed by the Association. Section 6: Admission Sale of athletic books shall be restricted to students of member schools and immediate feeder schools. These contributions shall be accepted on the condition that there will be no expressed subsequent control or influence over Association activities or member schools. Contribution to High Schools from Non-School Groups b. Majority vote of Regular Member schools shall be necessary to initiate participation in a new sport. in the ensuing school year shall submit a letter of request to the Association at the April Athletic Directors Council meeting. The OIA Executive Director or designee shall also have the authority to set the day and time for any rescheduled Association activity. In the event that the OIA Executive Director or designee is unavailable to postpone activities which are beyond the control of the Association. unless the head coaches mutually agree otherwise. a minimum of eight participating schools is necessary to initiate a new sport. 10 . which has been approved by a majority vote of the Regular Member schools. Section 4: a. Sanctioned Sports The Association shall assume jurisdiction over a sport. Contributions to member schools shall be deposited into athletic trust fund accounts and shall be expended at the school authorities’ discretion. the OIA Executive Director or designee shall have the authority to reschedule interrupted activities. Postponements and Interruptions The OIA Executive Director or designee shall have the authority to postpone Association activities and shall have the responsibility for rescheduling postponed activities. If there is no agreement.

Section 2: The Association shall provide all students with equal opportunities to participate in and benefit from its athletic programs and activities without regard to students’ gender. and Personnel [OIA Staff] recommendations from the Athletic Directors Board and Ways and Means Committee. religion. directors and chaperones entering together to an event will be admitted without cost provided that they are on the approved Band List submitted by the school. By-Laws. The administrative rules and regulations for the Association interscholastic program shall be administered by the Athletic Directors Board and Sports Advisory Committees. All fans and supporters must present a ticket or special pass for admittance to Association activities which have entrance fees. race. Equal Opportunity b. Voting on changes shall be conducted pursuant to Article VIII.Band members who are in uniform. Article V Commercial Video and Radio Broadcasting Rights Procedure All proposals shall be considered by the Ways and Means Committee and recommended to the full body of the OIA for approval. Regular Members will act upon the Athletic Directors Board recommendations at the year-end meeting. Article IV Administrative Policies Governing Sports Sports Program Governance Section 1: a. All changes shall be effective during the following school year or next biennium unless decided by the membership. Budgetary. Changes regarding sports administration may be approved by the athletic directors. A vote will be taken at the earliest convenience of the Association membership. Section 5 of the Constitution. national origin. 11 . disability. or sexual orientation. ancestry. Regular Members [Principals] shall review Constitution.

Fall Sports 1. 2. First reading: May 17. 2011 3. 2011 AD Council meeting. D. Third reading: information reviewed. Third reading: at AD workshop OIA Concerns: Proposals may be submitted to the AD Council Chairperson and the OIA office at any time but the final deadline for concerns is May 17. 2. Sports Declaration date: May 17. 2. First reading: at the first AD Council meeting following the Sport Evaluation meeting. 2011. 1. C. First reading: completed by the December AD Council meeting. Proposals should be given to the AD Council Chairperson and the OIA office. Third reading: April 21. 2011 (for entering or dropping a sport) A1 . 2011 AD Council meeting. B. Each proposal is subject to three (3) readings: A. 2011 AD council meeting. no discussion. All other OIA concerns to be submitted by May 17. Proposed changes (recommendations) must be submitted on the OIA Concerns Form (25 copies should be submitted) Sport specific proposals must be submitted at the Sport Evaluation meeting. Second reading: April 4. Second reading: May 17. Spring Sports 1. E. B. discussed and voted on for adoption of the proposal Timetable for proposed changes: A. Third reading: February AD Council meeting Winter Sports 1. Second reading: information on proposal review and discussed C. Second reading: May 26. information on proposal distributed. III. IV. Second reading: January AD Council meeting 3. 2011. First reading: completed by the May 17. 2011 2. Third reading: at AD Workshop II.PROCEDURE TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE ADMINISTRATIVE SECTION OF THE OIA HANDBOOK I. 2011 AD Council meeting 3. First reading: completed by the March 7. 2011 AD Council meeting 3.

July 1 through June 30 or until successors are elected. the members shall make every effort to contact their principals before making final decisions. Should a vacancy for the chairperson occur. A.ATHLETIC DIRECTORS COUNCIL Oahu Interscholastic Association Constitution: Article VII. 2. the ADC shall have the authority to render operational decisions. assist the chairperson in the administration of the Association and preside at meetings in the absence of the chairperson. The Board of Athletic Directors shall study the recommendations of the Sports Advisory Committee. The vice chairperson will rotate in alphabetical order according to the school. the vice chairperson will assume the duties of the chairperson. Cheerleading Cross Country B & G A2 . Moanalua The chairperson shall administer the Board of Athletic Directors. ORGANIZATION A. The chairperson will also chair all ad hoc committees. It shall consist of those individuals who are appointed as athletic directors by the principals of the Oahu Interscholastic Association member schools. Radford The Vice Chairperson shall be in charge of the OIA workshops (AD and Principal/AD) and seminars. Section 3: "A Board of Athletic Directors is hereby established. Athletic Directors Council (ADC): In an emergency situation. The term of office for the vice chairperson shall be one year. Chairperson: Joel Kawachi. The chairperson shall be elected by the athletic directors of the member schools. OIA EVENT HOSTS Championship Contests: HOST CHAMPIONSHIP Air Riflery Individual Championship Radford @ Pearl City OIA Championship Radford @ Pearl City Baseball Boys Basketball Girls Basketball Bowling Boys/Girls OIA Championship OIA Championship OIA Championship OIA Championship OIA Individual Championship Eastern Division Western Division OIA Championship Western Division Eastern Division OIA JV Championship OIA Championship Mililani Roosevelt Waipahu Pearl City Pearl City Mililani Moanalua Radford Waialua Kailua Waialua Waialua @ CORP C. B. For all other times. preside at all meetings by the board and have the power to perform the duties customarily incidental to this office. Vice Chairperson: Kelly Sur. Officers: 1. The term of office for the chairperson shall be two years.

Girls OIA Championship Eastern Division Western Division Junior Varsity Varsity HOST Farrington Campbell/Waianae Campbell/Waianae McKinley Mililani Leilehua Moanalua Anuenue Kapolei @ Roosevelt Kalani @ Roosevelt Nanakuli Roosevelt Waianae Kalani Kalani Waianae. Girls Eastern Division. Girls Western Division. Girls Wrestling A3 . Girls JV Championship OIA Championship. JV Boys Eastern Division. Boys OIA Championship. Championship OIA Team Championship OIA Championship OIA Boys Championship OIA Girls Championship OIA Championship JV Championship Western Division Eastern Division OIA Relays OIA Championship OIA Doubles Championship OIA Championship Eastern Division Ind. Boys Junior Varsity. Kaiser @ CORP Kaimuki Kaimuki Kahuku @ CORP Leilehua @ CORP Kahuku @ CORP Kahuku @ CORP Kahuku McKinley Roosevelt Castle Pearl City Aiea Nanakuli Waialua Waipahu Radford Kapolei Kalaheo McKinley McKinley McKinley Castle Farrington Radford Kalaheo/Castle/Kaiser @ Farrington Campbell/Pearl City @ Leilehua Judo Paddling Soccer Softball Swimming Soft Tennis Tennis Track Volleyball B&G Water Polo. JV Boys Western Division. Champ.Football Golf CHAMPIONSHIP OIA Championship Individual Championship OIA Team Championship Eastern Division Western Division OIA Ind. Girls OIA Championship. JV Girls Western Division. Boys Eastern Division. Champ. JV Girls Junior Varsity. OIA Team Championship OIA Individual Championship Eastern Division. Boys Western Division. Boys OIA Championship. Western Division Ind.

December 7 January 3. DI: Mililani Boys Soccer. April 4. Otherwise. 2010 (at Aiea HS Library) October 25. Hawaii High School Athletic Association Tournament Host Assignments for School Year. DII: Radford Boys Volleyball.m. DII: McKinley Swimming & Diving: Roosevelt Baseball. Roundtable Meeting Dates and Hosts: All Meetings Will Start At 10:30 a. October 18. DII: Waianae Girls Basketball. 2010: August 9. times. May 12. May 17. TBA June 15-16. 2011 (OIA Office) June 17. G. June 6 Joint Principals-Athletic Directors. Sports Advisory Committees: Please see individual sport schedules for Advisory and Evaluation Meeting dates. If guest speakers would like to attend. November 1. and locations. DI: Waialua Judo: Moanalua C. September 7. 4:00 p. August 3. April 21. DII: Nanakuli Girls Basketball. or after the meeting. C. Other Hosts: 1. March 7. October 5. all meetings at 4:00 p. 2011: Waianae Note: Starting school year 2010-11. October 12 2011: January 10. D. Schools with concerns shall provide 25 typed copies of the concern at the meeting. OIA Principal/AD Meeting and Banquet: 2. 2010 2011 July 6. 2010-11 Air Riflery: Pearl City Boys Soccer. DI: Waipahu Softball.m.B. A4 . April 11. E.m. HIADA Conference: Kailua OIA Farrington SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS A. 2011. June 6 F. Roundtable meetings will be held twice a year. May 2. at DoubleTree Alana Waikiki Hotel Athletic Directors Council: Papers and reports may be distributed during the meeting only as they are specific to the speakers report. League Banquet: HIADA: Athletic Directors’ Workshop: June 17. 2011. at Ala Moana Hotel June 2011. at the OIA Office unless otherwise notified. February 7. 2010: Waipahu March 15. OIA Athletic Directors' Workshop: 3. (at TBA) B. Site visitations and committee meetings will be conducted at Roundtable meetings. 2011. May 26. arrangements need to be made with the host school. 2011 (OIA Office) April 25. 2010 (OIA Office) January 24. August 23. they should be given out in the half hour before the meeting. Meetings Will Start Promptly At 10:30 a.m. Executive Council Meetings at the OIA Office.

Take roll 2. the athletic director or a staff member may represent the coach. All changes shall be effective during the following school year or next biennium unless decided by the membership Committee Functions: The function of the committee is strictly advisory. Meetings: There will be at least two regular meetings. Appointment by the Athletic Directors Council with approval by the Executive Director. If a coach is unable to attend a meeting. The committee should research possibilities before developing recommendations. Only votes of schools present will be counted. "Administrative Policies Governing Sports": The administrative rules and regulations for the Association interscholastic program shall be administered by the Athletic Directors Board and Sports Advisory Committees. a week after the season closes. Section 4: Each advisory committee shall be responsible for developing recommendations to the OIA’s program pertaining to the respective sport. These recommendations shall then be submitted to the Board of Athletic Directors for study. Coaches are required to attend regular meetings. and date of the meeting. Each school A5 . Create a Coaches Directory – 2 copies to each school 3. place. Officials commissioner b. Review OIA Handbook – Administrative Section 4.SPORTS ADVISORY COMMITTEE OIA Constitution: Article VII. Changes regarding sports administration may be approved by the athletic directors.00 for each meeting missed. and it can only make recommendations to the Athletic Directors’ Council pertaining to their particular sport. Acquire preseason schedule from coaches. Regular Members will act upon the Athletic Directors Board recommendations at the year-end meeting. the first at least seven days prior to the start of the season and the second. Advisory Committee Chairperson Vacancies: Considerations for filling a chairperson vacancy for an Advisory Committee are as follows: A. Athletic Directors with seniority. Upon request of the advisory chairperson. Any school not represented at these two coaches' meetings will be assessed $25. There is no limit to the number of recommendations they may make so long as they are germane to their particular sport. who will be responsible for notifying each coach of the time. Each advisory committee shall consist of the head varsity coaches of the respective sport. OIA By-Laws: Article IV. Each member shall have one vote. the league Executive Director may be invited to attend a sports advisory meeting. B. OIA CHECKLIST FOR SPORT ADVISORS I. distribute one copy to the following: a. Special meetings may be called at the discretion of the advisory chairperson. Advisory Meeting (to be held one week before the starting date) 1. Preseason A.

C. Confirm arrangements made for play-off sites 2. Distribute OIA Sport Tournament Packets 1. Review Schedule Inform coaches about calling in final game results to both newspapers Explain All-Star selection process and set date for schools to turn in their nominations Rule Book and Officials Evaluation Cards a. Prepare Final Report for the OIA 1. Starting date 4. Use OIA Concerns Form. Eligibility list due date Secure Play-off sites for the following year III. 7. Submit OIA play-off information to the OIA office so tickets and checks for the sites can be prepared 3. 7. Rank and list the names of officials. 6. Keep Game Results and Compile a List of Team Standings Check to see if newspapers are posting team standings at least once a week. D. Discuss rule changes (Sport Officials Commissioner) d. Evaluation Meeting 1. List teams and amount of transportation allotment earned. Discuss evaluation card. and budget for the next season. Review all-star lists B. Give a copy to each school 2. Give media information on tournament schedule Post Season A. Evaluation meeting 3. Hold Meetings as needed with the Sport Officials Evaluation Committee Members 1. Set date for officials/coaches workshop e. E. HHSAA Concerns: Give a copy to the OIA Executive Director 5. Recognize the champions 3. B. who will be recommended to work the OIA tournament and the HHSAA tournament games C. and to whom it shall be distributed – district officials evaluation committee c. Set Dates for the following: (these items are also part of the sport schedule) 1. Take roll 2. Case Books and Officials Evaluation Cards b. Due on the first day of the OIA AD Workshop. Administer Rules test II. Changes to handbook – Administrative section. Final standings a. A6 . Advisory meeting 2. Prepare the schedule. Sport Officials Commissioner critique 6.5. Try-out date 5. Handout Rule Books. Set preseason schedules. game rules. Discuss any comments or situation found on Officials Evaluation forms 2. During the Season A. Copy of team champions and their head coaches to OIA Office b. 25 copies needed 4.

Notation: *If there are discrepancies. approved by the League officers. To cover the operating expenses. definitions in the OIA Constitution and By-Laws shall prevail. and the actual shares assessed and due at the end of the school year.OIA REVENUE SHARING/ASSESMENTS The Association’s operating expenses (office. supplies. miscellaneous) are shared among the member schools. Administration fees are calculated and proposed by the OIA Office based on a projected operating budget at the beginning of the school year. meetings and workshops. For schools that have individual players participating in other than their own school team will have expenses and revenues determined by the host school. official and demonstration. whereby those individuals and/or team has the possibility of winning an OIA title outright in a particular sport at any level. Regular Member School = Associate Member School Categories 50% > Number of teams > 25% Number of teams ≤ 25% = Full Share = ¾ Cost ½ Cost Additionally. at the Junior Varsity and Varsity levels. A team will be defined as one or more players representing an individual school. each Regular Member school will pay the full share and each Associate Member school will pay a prorated administration fee based on the number of teams participating in League events for the school year. participation expenses and revenues will be assessed and distributed as presently set by Association procedures. conferences. voted on by the general membership. The total number of teams is the sum of all OIA sport teams. A7 .

Shares equal the sum of the product of the number of schools with varsity teams multiplied by the factor of three (3) added to the product of the number of schools with junior varsity teams multiplied by the factor of one (1). including but limited to the gate receipts. All schools that declare entry into a sport must pay a non-refundable assessment fee. 06/2000) 1. 21 x 3 =63 19 schools with junior varsity teams.The following procedure is a means to disburse revenue in a fair and equitable manner to schools that are participating in the respective sport and level. The remaining amount will be divided equally among the remaining participating schools. (1 x $) x 5/15 = Prorated amount [(1 x $) – (prorated amount)]/(number of remaining schools) = share distribution A8 . 3 x $= $$$ Junior varsity apportionment times amount per share equal school revenue 1x$=$ School’s junior varsity team participates partially in 5 out of 15 season games. Example: 21 schools with girls varsity teams = 21 x 3 = 63 20 schools with boy’s varsity teams 20 x 3 = 60 20 schools with girl’s junior varsity teams 20 x 1 = 20 63 + 60 + 20 = 143 Volleyball = 143 shares Total revenue divided by total shares equal amount per share Varsity apportionment times amount per share equal school revenue. Total shares will be determined at the beginning of each sport’s season. (As approved by member schools. Only schools that actually compete in regular season games will participate in the distribution of the appropriate share of the respective sport’s revenue. their share will be determined as a prorated percentage of their original entitlement. Should a school voluntarily participate partially (forfeit games and/or drop out of league play) during the regular season. Example: Football 21 schools with varsity teams. 19 x 1 = 19 63 + 19 = 82 Football = 82 shares 2.

00 each allotment Players 18 18 22 22 10 10 Coaches 3 3 2 2 2 2 Paddling (Boys) Paddling (Girls) Paddling (Mixed) Volleyball (Girls) Volleyball (Boys) Players Coaches 7 1 7 1 7 1 12 2 12 2 Cross Country. teams designated as the home team. Boys & Girls: Tennis. Boys & Girls: ALLOTMENT: Payment for all sports will be made at the end of the school year and will be included in the August report. Repeaters can only be counted once. OIA TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY FOR STATE TOURNAMENTS TEAM SPORTS Baseball Softball Soccer (Boys) Soccer (Girls) Basketball (Girls) Basketball (Boys) INDIVIDUAL SPORTS Bowling. will be subsidized at $150. Water Polo): When Varsity or Junior Varsity teams travel to Play-off sites.OIA TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY Regular Season Football Travel Subsidy (Revised 06/19/2009) For Varsity and Junior Varsity Football. Top 5 places in each individual event plus one coach from the top 4 teams. 5/93) Top 4 places in each weight division of the OIA Varsity Championship plus 1 coach from the top 4 teams. Boys & Girls: Swimming. Boys & Girls: Wrestling. Softball. Football: When Varsity or Junior Varsity Football teams travel to Play-off sites. Boys & Girls: Golf. Cheerleading. Volleyball. the teams will be subsidized at $150 per game. 5/93) Top 4 in singles and doubles from the East and West plus 1 coach from the top 2 teams in each Division. (Rev. Top 34 boys and top 21 girls in OIA Individual Tournament plus 1 coach from the top team in the East and West Divisions. Boys & Girls: Qualifiers from OIA Individual Championship according to HHSAA formula. Repeaters can only be counted once. (Rev. Soccer. Repeaters can only be counted once. the teams will be subsidized up to $200 per game. 6/2010) Qualifiers according to HHSAA formula. Boys & Girls: Track. A9 . plus 4 coaches. Top 5 places in each individual event. (Rev. plus one coach from the top 4 teams. “Air”. 4 teams of 4 from East1st/2nd Teams. West-1st/2nd Teams plus 14 individuals. traveling to game sites. Play-off Travel Subsidy (Revised 06/19/2009) Team Sports (Baseball. Top 44 in OIA varsity finals plus 1 coach from top 4 teams. $90.00 per game. Boys & Girls: Riflery. 5 players plus 1 coach from first and second place teams from each division. Paddling. Basketball.

with a separate check made payable to the OIA. 2011 January 26.Record of Ticket Sales/Gate Receipts and Parent Pass Procedures (08/2008) Ticket Sales and Gate Receipts After ticket sales have ended for the evening/day: 1. A10 . Any discrepancy in the gate report (e. 2011 Football Girls Volleyball Girls Basketball Boys Basketball Penalty for Missed Deadlines Missed deadlines related to the Record of Ticket Sales/Gate Receipts and/or Parent Passes. b. will result in a fine of $10. 2010-11 Regular Season Completion Dates White Conference Red Conference October 9. A copy of the deposit slip 4. 2010 January 5. Retain one for your records. Submit two deposit slips with night deposit and c. start up cash. and then the last ticket sold into the electronic version of OIA Form 2 – OIA Record of Ticket Sales. Gate reports/attachments must be delivered or mailed and postmarked to the OIA office within seven calendar days of the game/event. Prepare deposit slips in triplicate b. 2011 January 5. Remove Start-up Cash 2. All of the following shall be attached to the gate report: a. Handwritten or typed forms will not be accepted. Bottom stub of the HPD check (OIA copy) with the officer’s name and social security number information LEGIBLY PRINTED. 2010 October 2. Deposit gate receipts on the night of the event using the bank’s night depository. Log Ticket Sales Input the number of the first ticket sold.00 per calendar day to be due upon submittal of the delinquent report. Deposit Slips a. Bank Deposits 1.g. over/short amounts) will be adjusted in the August report. For safety. 2. arrange with the HPD special duty officer for escort to night depository. Unsold Parent Passes and Payments All unsold Parent Passes and payment (checks only – made payable to: OIA) of sold passes must be turned in at the completion of the REGULAR season. All unused/voided checks c. 2011 January 20. 2010 October 16. 3. 2010 September 30.

all tickets will be returned to the Executive Director. Economics: cost and revenue 2. and the Executive Director will meet in August or earlier to determine the first four weeks of play. After the season. 2.OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES FOR FOOTBALL Selection of Game Sites: The Football Officials and Game Rules Committee. The athletic director of the home school will be responsible for all necessary field preparation. Concession rights remain with the school where the field is located. 2) home sites for other games. The Executive Director will then complete operational details for each site with the site manager. OIA Form 1 (Record of Game Expenses) will be completed by the Executive Director and the site manager. 2. Upon completion of the schedule after each meeting. Proximity of schools playing same night (conflict with ILH) 5. 4. The site manager will be responsible for the disbursement of payment. The committee will determine 1) stadium game or games. A11 . The Executive Director will meet with the league accountant who will then cut checks for all site managers.convenience NOTE: Numbers do not indicate order of importance. The Executive Director will distribute tickets to all site managers at the beginning of the 2. Visiting schools are guests of the home school and should show respect for the use of the facility. Tickets: 1. Number of home games (utilizing home sites . 3. newspapers and site managers will be notified. The Executive Director will then distribute the checks to the site managers. Accommodation . season. 3. Site managers will be responsible for change money. Travel time and time of day 7. Game appeal 4. The home school field is responsible for the operation of site. Junior Varsity Football: The junior varsity will follow the varsity schedule and will be played prior to the varsity game. 4. and one will go to the accountant.homecoming) 6. Facilities 3. It shall continue to meet as necessary to set up each two weeks of play till the end of the season. The decision of the committee will be final. A homecoming game should be moved to the stadium if it is considered as an attractive game for that week. Criteria for Site Selection: 1. Site managers must get the full name and social security number of all police officers receiving checks from the league. Gate Receipts: See Record of Ticket Sales/Gate Receipts and Parent Pass Procedures section. The site manager and the Executive Director will sign the lower right corner of OIA Form 1. NOTE: 1. and 3) Friday and Saturday games. Site Expenses: 1. one with the Executive Director. One copy of the form will remain with the site manager.

Assistant Site Manager: The assistant site manager will be: 1. Field Preparer: The field preparer will be responsible for: 1. If this is not possible.A. system away. setting up flags and sideline markers 2. The finance chairman must report no later than 1 1/2 hours before the start of the game. Ticket Sellers: The ticket sellers will be responsible to the finance chairman. They shall report to the site manager for assignments. staff member. assume all duties assigned by the site manager. system must be in operation at least 20 minutes prior to the start of the game. They must report no later than one half-hour before the start of the game and remain on duty through the third quarter.A. the proper disbursement of checks for expenses and the deposit of all gate receipts to the proper bank in care of the OIA 4. Doctor: The site manager will be responsible for securing the services of a doctor. counting of monies 3. ambulance. the site manager will be the athletic director of the school. overseeing that all necessary site preparations have been carried out 3. preparation of the field . For all stadium games.lining the field. and supervision of all site personnel 2. He/she must report no later than one half-hour before the start of the game. The school account clerk or a reliable staff member may be assigned to this position. the home team is responsible for securing a doctor. Technician: The technician will be responsible for setting up the P. They must report no later than one hour before the start of the game and remain on duty until the end of the game. hiring. then someone else may be selected by the athletic director with the approval of the principal. completing OIA Form 2. complete the bank deposit on the night of the event by the banks night depository Preferably. Finance Chairman: The finance chairman will be responsible for: 1. If a doctor cannot be secured.A. paying. then the home team may contact the visiting team's site manager for assistance. the home team is responsible for securing a doctor. 4. Announcer: The announcer will be responsible for announcing the game. directly responsible to the site manager 2. ensuring that both teams have enough benches for the players The site manager may assign a custodian. The P. or medical intern (preferably a doctor). or students to this position. He/she may also take the job of a technician if he can handle both jobs. The school custodian or a staff member may be assigned to this position. At home field games when a site manager's team is not playing. A12 . He/she shall also be responsible for putting the P. assisting in the selling of tickets.DUTIES FOR FOOTBALL SITE PERSONNEL Site Manager: The manager will be responsible for: 1. supervision of the ticket sellers 2. Ticket Collectors: The ticket collectors will be responsible for watching the gates and collecting tickets. system and will remain on standby status throughout the game.

also for cleaning the locker rooms. The site manager will decide what time these people should report. doctor. Clean-up: The site manager may hire students. one for each locker room. individual students or staff to provide these services. Statistician: The Site Manager will hire and assign statisticians by the season. a student may be hired to take care of the scoring. Statisticians may be drawn from athletic directors' and coaches' recommendations. Ushers and Parking Attendants: The league requests that sections be reserved for cheering sections of both schools. or anyone willing to clean up the stadium and its immediate vicinity for the sum allocated for clean-up. Miscellaneous: Home school will be responsible for providing the chain gang. Custodians may be hired for this job. Two persons should be hired. clubs. A13 . All league statistics will then be sent to the Site Manager. and will be responsible for gathering game statistics and reporting results to the newspapers. They will report to the site manager for permission to either sit in the press booth or move along the sidelines. Parking attendants should remain at their positions until the end of the game. Clean up should be done no later than the next school day. Police: Site managers with clearance from the Executive Director may hire police or security and prepare instructions for them. and that parking be reserved for school buses. A definite sum will be allocated for parking and ushering services. Locker Room Attendants: The locker room attendants will be responsible for opening and closing the locker rooms. Site managers may hire clubs.Scorekeeper: If there is no electric scoreboard. police and administrators of participating schools.

Usually one policeman is sufficient. but there may be times when two will be necessary. counting of monies and completion of OIA Form 2. clubs. athletic directors. assist site manager in the counting of monies. 4. overseeing that all necessary site preparations have been carried out 3. Announcer: The announcer will be responsible for introducing the players and announcing game substitutions. and the administrators of participating schools.A. or other staff members may be hired to clean up the gym area and locker rooms of our school gyms. proper disbursement of checks for expenses and the deposit of all gate receipts to the proper bank in care of the OIA. Ticket Sellers: The ticket sellers will: 1. Parking may be made available for school buses. police. The announcer is optional. Police: Site managers with clearance from the Executive Director may hire police or security and prepare instructions for them. Police will work two hour shifts. Parking Attendants: Some sites may require parking attendants for reserve parking areas. A14 . hiring. Ticket Collectors: The ticket collectors will be responsible for watching the gates and collecting tickets. They must report no later than one half-hour before the start of a JV game and remain on duty until the end of the game. A definite sum will be allocated for parking. students. system. They must report no later than one half-hour before the start of a JV game and remain on duty through the third quarter of a varsity game. and supervision of all site personnel 2. and setting up the P.DUTIES FOR BASKETBALL SITE PERSONNEL Site Manager: The site manager will be responsible for: 1. Clean up: Custodians. be responsible to the site manager 2. paying.

Oahu Interscholastic Association School Site Expenses JV V JV/V JV V JV/V JV Bowling Bowling V Cross Baseball Baseball Basketball Basketball Basketball Play-Off Individual Cross Cross Country Play-Off Play-Off Season Play-Off Play-Off Champ Country Country 20 20 20 20 Football 1 Game Season 30 20 25 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 20 10/Game 10 15 (2) 10 30 20 60 (1) 60 (1) 60 (2) 60 (2) 10 30 10 30 10 30 25 60 20 Sgt. not required JV 10 (Escort) Judges/Officials Sound System Certificate of Appreciation Miscellaneous TOTALS Hospitality*** TOTALS w/Hospitality 0 20 210 300 510 170 250 20 20 20 250 300 550 50 50 100 120 0 0 0 300 300 590 (635) 35 10 20 (2) 20 (2) 10 Revised: 06/2005 JV/V Football Double Header Season 50 40 45 40 (4) 40 (4) 20 10 10 15 (2) 25 100 20 34X3Hours (1 Sgt) 30X5Hours (1 Officer) 10 (Escort) Site Manager Assistant Site Manager Finance Chairman Ticket Seller* Ticket Collector* Announcer* Scorekeeper* Statistician Timer/Starter Technician Locker Attendants Usher/Parking Clean-Up Field Prep Police** $30 X 3 Hours (3 Officers) 30X3HoursX4 Officers 35 1087 (1327) * amount per game ** police for football games determined at November 2001 meeting with HPD Soccer HPD = 1 officer for 2 hrs ***championship event only ( ) maximum number or maximur amount allowed .

Oahu Interscholastic Association School Site Expenses JV/JV. JV/V. V/V Football Double Header Play-Off Site Manager Assistant Site Manager Finance Chairman Ticket Seller* Ticket Collector* Announcer* Scorekeeper* Statistician Timer/Starter Technician Locker Attendants Usher/Parking Clean-Up Field Prep Police** 10 15 (2) 25 100 20 30X3HoursX4 Officers (3 JV/JV) 34X3Hours (1 Sgt) 30X5Hours (1 Officer) 10 (Escort) Judges/Officials Sound System Certificate of Appreciation Miscellaneous TOTALS Hospitality*** TOTALS w/Hospitality 600 1687(1927)(1837 JV/JV) 0 35 0 300 300 75 375 75/Site 435 150 510 190(230) 75/Site 615 250(290) 150 900 0 0 200 200 20 20 20 30 (9) 20 40 (1) 40 (1) 150 (1) 30 (9) 20 60 (2) 60 (2) 60 (2) 60 (1) 60 (2) 10 30 10 30 10 30 30 30 10 40 40 50 40 45 40 (4) 40 (4) 20 40 40 40 40 20 40 40 20 20 (2) 20 (2) 20 20 (2) 20 (2) 20 Revised: 06/2005 Golf JV/V Judo Judo Judo Air Air Riflery Golf Cheerleading Individual Play-Off Divisiona Individual Cheerleading Riflery Individual Play-Off Divisional Champ Team l Champ Champ Play-Off Champ 40 40 40 20 20 * amount per game ** police for football games determined at November 2001 meeting with HPD Soccer HPD = 1 officer for 2 hrs ***championship event only ( ) maximum number or maximur amount allowed .

Oahu Interscholastic Association School Site Expenses Soccer Season Site Manager Assistant Site Manager Finance Chairman Ticket Seller* Ticket Collector* Announcer* Scorekeeper* Statistician Timer/Starter Technician Locker Attendants Usher/Parking Clean-Up Field Prep Police** 60 (1 JV/V) 10 50 20 60 (2) 10 50 20 60 (2) 10 30 20 60 (2) 50 50 50 50 20/Champ. G l Revised: 06/2005 Soccer PlayOff 20 Soccer Play-Off with JV 30 Softball Play-Off 20 Soft JV/V Tennis Soft Tennis Swim JV V Swim Tennis Tennis Tennis Individual Relays Swim Swim Champ Play-Off Divisional Individual Play-Off Champ Divisional Champ Champ 20 20 (2) 30 60 10 10/Game 10 10/Game 10/Game 20 20 20 20 Judges/Officials Sound System Certificate of Appreciation Miscellaneous TOTALS Hospitality*** TOTALS w/Hospitality 60 300(320) 200 420(480) 20 320 200 520 270 300 570 0 0 150 150 20 20 90 200 290 20 90 200 290 20 90 200 290 20 90 200 290 0 0 150 150 0 * amount per game ** police for football games determined at November 2001 meeting with HPD Soccer HPD = 1 officer for 2 hrs ***championship event only ( ) maximum number or maximur amount allowed .

10/Game 40 40 40 40 20 Revised: 06/2005 Judges/Officials Sound System Certificate of Appreciation Miscellaneous TOTALS Hospitality*** TOTALS w/Hospitality 20 360 300 660 20 360 300 660 20 360 300 660 190 200 20 20 20 185 300 500 320 20 20 360 75/Site 435 20 360 150 510 20 360 150 510 100 (140) 150 290 * amount per game ** police for football games determined at November 2001 meeting with HPD Soccer HPD = 1 officer for 2 hrs ***championship event only ( ) maximum number or maximur amount allowed .Oahu Interscholastic Association School Site Expenses Track Relays Site Manager Assistant Site Manager Finance Chairman Ticket Seller* Ticket Collector* Announcer* Scorekeeper* Statistician Timer/Starter Technician Locker Attendants Usher/Parking Clean-Up Field Prep Police** 10 50 20 60 (2) 10 50 20 60 (2) 10 50 20 60 (2) 90 (1) 90 (1) 90 (1) 60 (2) 60 (2) 60 (2) 60 (2) 10 30 10 30 10 30 10 30 10 30 10 30 10 30 10 30 20 20 20 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game 40 40 40 20 (2) 20 (2) 20 20 (2) 20 (2) 20 20 (2) 20 (2) 20 10/Game 10/Game 10/Game (2) 10/Game (2) 10/Game 10/Game 20(2) 20(2) 20 40 40 20 20(2) 20(2) 20 20(2) 20(2) 20 20(2) 20(2) 20 JV/V JV/V Track Track Divisiona Champ 20 20 JV/V Volleyball Season 10/Game JV Volleyball Play-Off 10/Game JV/V V JV V Water Wrestling Volleyball Play-Off Wrestling Wrestling Wrestling Polo Play-Off Divisional Champ Champ Champ.

OIA FORM 1 Event: Date: Oahu Interscholastic Association Record of Game Expenses Site: Manager: Expenses Site Expenses Site Manager Ass't Manager Finance Chairperson Ticket Sellers Ticket Collectors Announcer Technician Doctor Scorekeeper Locker Room Attendants Statistician Timer Scorekeeper Field Preparation Usher & Parking Attendants Clean-up p Miscellaneous Police Escort SUBTOTAL HPD Expenses Officer 1 Officer 2 SUBTOTAL for HPD/Security TOTAL Game Expense: Quantity Unit Cost $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Total - Check # # # # On this _________ day of ___________________ I ________________________________received $_______________ from the OIA. League Executive _________________________ A19 .

00 $0.First Ticket No.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0. Sold .00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 Ticket Seller Totals----------------------- 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals----------------------- 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals----------------------- 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals------------------------------Grand Total------------------------Cash Short/Over: Date: Sport/Game: Site: Manager: 0 0 I certify the above figures to be correct: Finance Chairperson Site Manager A20 .00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.Sold Rate Color (on roll) (on roll) SOLD =(Last Ticket No.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0. Sold) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Amount $0.00 $0.00 $0.OIA FORM 2 Oahu Interscholastic Association Record of Ticket Sales First Last Ticket Ticket No.00 $0. Sold No.00 $0.00 $0.

Track Meets. BASKETBALL: All Regular Season Games: $3. Swim Meets & Wrestling) “Spring Sports Pass” (Baseball Playoffs.00 . JUDO. also.ADMISSION PRICES FOR OIA ATHLETIC EVENTS A $1.00 . $30. SOFTBALL.Students with OIA Activity Pass from participating schools. FREE . Softball Playoffs.Students of non-participating school with OIA Activity Pass and eighth grade and under. SOCCER. $30.General admission and students without OIA Activity Pass.00 . SWIMMING.Students with OIA Activity Pass and eighth grade & under $6.All Sports Pass” (all play-off games) “Fall Sports Pass: (Cheerleading Competition) “Winter Sports Pass” (Soccer Playoffs.Special regular season pass. All proceeds of special pass sales goes to the League. TRACK & FIELD.General admission and students without OIA Activity Pass.00 .General admission Passes-"All Sports Pass" & “Fall Sport Pass” (Valid at Aloha Stadium) OTHER SPORTS: BASEBALL. Judo Tournament.00 .00 . All proceeds of special pass sales goes to the League. Passes-“All Sport Pass” (all play-off games) “Fall Sport Pass” (Volleyball Play-offs) “Winter Sport Pass” (Boys Basketball Play-offs) “Spring Sport Pass” (Girls Basketball Play-offs) FOOTBALL: All Regular Season Games: $4. AND WRESTLING OIA Championship Play-off Games: $4.Students with OIA Activity Pass and eighth grade and under.00. (06/2004) VOLLEYBALL. FREE .Students with OIA Activity Pass and eighth grade and under.00 . Passes-“All Sport Pass” & “Fall Sport Pass” OIA Championship Play-off Games: $4. $6. $7. eighth grade and under.00.Students with OIA Activity Pass from participating schools. Passes-“All Sport Pass” & “Fall Sport Pass” OIA Championship Play-off Games: $4. $5. Water Polo Playoffs) A21 . $6.General admission Passes.00 . CHEERLEADING.Special regular season pass.School students of non-participating schools with OIA Activity Pass.00.00 discount applies to admission fees for active duty military personnel and persons 62 and older with proper identification.00. WATER POLO.General admission and students without OIA Activity Pass.

Maximum per school for varsity sports: 30. At all OIA events. and Boys Volleyball) = 30 D. and Wrestling) = 30 Spring Pass (Baseball. Spring. Winter. Boys & Girls Basketball = 75. League will assess each school the amount sold and the total shall be included as a league share for each school. All Sports Passes: A list shall be maintained by the Executive Director. Cheerleading. Maximum allocated for each school: Fall Pass (Football and Girls Volleyball) = 40 Winter Pass (Boys Basketball. Special Basketball. Volleyball. and All Sport passes must present photo identification.Winter . Girls Basketball. Football and Volleyball Season Passes: Sold at a special rate to parents of Football. It is strongly recommended that each school continue to find ways to subsidize the transportation of the band to all athletic events. A list shall be maintained at the school.Spring Passes: (Good during regular season. Activity Pass Charges: Each principal is responsible for the development of his/her schools plan. A22 . Maximum allocated for each school: Football = 300. Fall . Softball. Volleyball and Basketball teams. and Girls Basketball passes (Parent Passes). play offs and championship games only on the sports listed on the pass) League principals for distribution to their coaches and key persons who have supported the school's program as designated by the athletic director and principal. B. Track. (Regular "Paper" . Soccer.OIA PASSES Traditionally the OIA presents passes to persons who have supported the programs of the OIA. Exempt from this are the Special OIA Football. Judo. The name of the pass holder must be printed on the pass. C. Income from athletic books shall remain with the individual schools. those holding Fall. Boys Basketball. Volleyball. (06/2004) A.Good for all sport events during the year). One for each vice principal.

in writing. The following restrictions apply to all Varsity and Junior Varsity programs: In-season – 13 weeks (except Football) – (Green area) Out of season Conditioning and Weight Training – (White area) Restrictions to be determined by each league. A23 . it gives all schools the same advantage of contact time with athletes. and will not be allowed to coach at any HHSAA member school for two (2) years. Exemptions to this policy Requests for exemptions to this policy to participate in a national or international sporting event must be made in writing to the HHSAA Executive Director. Prior to the start dates.(Yellow Area) No restrictions during this period. Football Spring Practice To be determined by each league Football spring practice period or those leagues who allow spring practice. Coach-Player Contact Restrictions (Refer to chart Adopted by HHSAA Executive Board 06/13/06) Student-athletes of team sports have no outside participation restrictions except for league rules/by-laws that govern in-season (Green shaded area of the chart) outside participation restrictions. The start date policy will apply to the following varsity team sports: Baseball. activities cannot be mandated and team selections cannot be made. Volleyball.. If a second violation should occur. inclusive of volunteer coaches. The starting date will be the Monday of week 21). The program shall have a coach or other authorized personnel in supervision. Effective school year 2008-09. For winter and spring sport seasons. It is highly recommended for individual and team sports that student-athletes have at least one week of total rest between seasons. a maximum of thirteen (13) weeks prior to the state tournament week. the Athletic Director shall warn the coach and inform the league Executive Director. Summer Activities . Prior to the try-out date. practices cannot be mandatory and team selections cannot be made. Boys Basketball Tournament is during week 34. the no contact/dead periods coincide with the weeks just prior to the start dates for fall and winter sports. A coach is defined as any person on the staff. - - - - - Penalty for Violations If a violation occurs and is reported.START DATE POLICY The philosophy of starting dates is to give students the opportunity to participate in other athletic events.e. Softball. The league Executive Director shall forward the report to the HHSAA office. and Water Polo. Member schools bear the responsibility of monitoring facilities and making the determination if adult supervision is adequate for off-season conditioning. the OIA will follow the HHSAA Start Date Policy as follows: Starting Dates Except for football. Soccer. Basketball. on the Monday of that week. In addition. the start date for each sport will be a maximum of thirteen (13) weeks prior to the state tournament week. the coach will be dismissed. on the Monday of that week (i. in part to allow student-athletes to try out for other sports in other seasons. Canoe Paddling. Individual sports shall have a try-out date. No Contact/Dead period – (Red Area) The no contact/dead period is defined as a specified time span of non-instructional/non-developmental sport specific activity.

10/2 10/3 .11/27 11/28 .1/15 1/16 .1/8 1/9 .12/4 12/5 .12/18 12/19 .9/4 9/5 .11/6 11/7 .2/12 2/13 . Restricted =Summer unrestricted =Off Season.6/18 6/19 .4/16 4/17 .4/9 4/10 .5/21 5/22 .3/12 3/13 .5/28 5/29 .10/30 10/31 .9/11 9/12 .5/7 5/8 .4/2 4/3 .12/11 12/12 .Canoe Paddling Swim & Diving Cross Country G Water Polo Cheerleading Track & Field G Basketball B Basketball G Volleyball B Volleyball ST Air Riflery Wrestling G Soccer B Soccer Baseball Football Bowling Softball Tennis G Golf Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 Dates 7/4 .8/28 8/29 .5/14 5/15 .6/4 6/5 .7/17 7/18 .3/26 3/27 .3/5 3/6 .7/10 7/11 .1/1 1/2 .10/16 10/17 .6/11 6/12 .4/30 5/1 .8/21 8/22 .10/9 10/10 .2/5 2/6 .9/25 9/26 . restrictions determined by each league 2010-2011 Start Dates Revised 7-01-10 B Golf Judo .9/18 9/19 .7/31 8/1 .7/24 7/25 .10/23 10/24 .11/20 11/21 .7/2 ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST = Season =Off Season.3/19 3/20 .8/14 8/15 .12/25 12/26 .6/25 6/26 .8/7 8/8 .2/19 2/20 .1/22 1/23 .11/13 11/14 .4/23 4/24 .1/29 1/30 .2/26 2/27 .

........... February 7................. An official Try-out date will be listed on their sports schedule as a means to determine a team roster.............................. Basketball........ Due to the nature of these sports... .......... Girls .............................................. Football....... Full Pads ............... ......................................... August 2......... July 26.... February 14......... and Water Polo. February 7...... August 2...................... Boys ........ Varsity ......... November 8.................... 2010 Soccer...................... Boys ............ ..................................................... JV ........... August 2................... JV Girls .................... .................................................................. 2011 Golf...... Varsity ........... 2010 Paddling ..... All other OIA sanctioned sports have no start dates............................ For these sports.. B.. November 15... ........... the following restrictions are as follows: 1.......... August 2.... 2010-11 OIA Try-Out and Starting Dates C................. 2011 Volleyball............................................ ............................ Helmets . ......................... Soccer. Coaches may not conduct any organized practice sessions with any student enrolled in their school as determined by the HHSAA Start Date Policy............................... 2010 Soft Tennis .............................................. 2..... A coach may present their case for an exception to the AD Council but may not be present during the council’s vote for approval............................... ...... August 2.... November 8................. Girls ................... February 14...... ... October 4............. 2010 Basketball............ No team shall be selected before the designated Start or Try-Out date.... Any violation not corrected will be referred to the Oahu Interscholastic Association Review and Sanction Committee.. Boys ........... Practice may be conducted after the last State Tournament is completed during the HHSAA unrestricted practice dates... February 7................................... participation with a coach will be allowed throughout the year................... November 8..................................................... 2010 Cheerleading................. 2010 Soccer.............................. 2010 Cross Country ..... Football will not be allowed to use pads or helmets after the last State Tournament except during the designated ten days of Spring Football...... JV ...... 2010 Bowling ..... 2010 Swimming .. 2010 WINTER SPORTS Baseball..................... The following sports shall adhere to the HHSAA Start Date Policy: Baseball................. 2010 Tennis...... February 7........ ........ 2010 Football.......... Paddling...... Boys ............................. August 2................. Competitive ........................ August 2.. 3....................................................... August 2. November 15.................. 2010 Softball........ Volleyball................... Girls .................................... ............ 2011 Track & Field ............................ Varsity .................................... 2011 Water Polo... 2011 Tennis..................................................... February 7............ 2010 Wrestling ............ 2011 Judo............ Softball..... 2011 Softball....................................................... Any exception to the rule must be approved by the OIA Athletic Directors Council.................................................................................... 2011 A25 ...... 2010 Basketball....................... ......... November 8........ The HHSAA Start Date Policy Penalty for Violation will be followed.... February 14................................................ .............................. February 7.......................................................................... Girls ........................OIA League Restrictions A................... October 25...................................... Try-Out Date Starting Date Sport FALL SPORTS Air Riflery ..... 2010 Volleyball....... November 1........ 2010 Football... D......................... 2010 SPRING SPORTS Baseball........................................................ 2010 Golf.........

2. There will be no Honorable Mention for these sports. A. The committee may consist of members of the games rules committee for that sport (ADs). h. c. bronze for third. The all-opponent list would be the voting list and therefore a meeting of coaches would not be necessary at the end of the season. b. The sport advisor should make every effort to get each coach to turn in both lists before the start of the playoffs. Each coach submits a consideration all-star list of his team of his/her team which will be used for informational purposes as a base for selection. Player of the Year would come from the first team.ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES GOVERNING SPORTS Section I. and/or coaches. A second list would include an all-opponent list which would be used by the advisor and/or his/her committee to determine the first and second team all-stars for that sport. b. officials. Medals will be gold for first place. The awards listed are awards which the League will be obligated to purchase and present. General: Awards 1. The number to be awarded for each sport shall be left to the discretion of the school. B. the coach will select the All-Stars from his/her team and will submit names to the advisor according to the first and second team chart and the sport advisor. Player of the Year and Coach of the Year. Exceptions may be noted below in the chart. An honorable mention list only pertains to team sports with a starting date. For Paddling and Cheerleading. OIA All-Star Selection Guideline: 1. Consideration list from own school should not exceed the number of positions for that sport. Schools may increase these awards at their own expense. Each sport will select a 1 team. Individual sports may differ because the all-stars may be based on placement of event(s) or points tallied. OIA Championship type and number of plaques and medals to be awarded are listed on the following page (2010-11 OIA Plaques & Medals). 3. The sport advisor and his/her committee would than determine all-stars from the all-opponent list. a. Names that did not make the first or second teams will be the honorable mention. Acceptance of Awards from Non-School Groups: No member of a team shall accept a trophy or award directly from an outside person or organization without the approval of the Oahu Interscholastic Association. No team/individual will be penalized if the coach does not attend a meeting or does not turn in the lists. There will no longer be OIA All-Stars. d. The number on each All-Star Team will correspond with the respective sport team. Each sport will select Eastern and Western Division or Conference All-Star teams. Letter Awards: Athletic letters shall be a maximum of six inches in size. 2 team. A26 . This list should be generated and collected prior to the start of the playoffs. Each OIA Sports Coordinator may form a committee for the final selection of all-stars for that sport. Medals will be presented to the athletes either for being a member of a championship team or winning or placing in an individual event. f. Any team member found guilty of receiving such awards shall be barred from further competition until reinstated by the Oahu Interscholastic Association. The breakdown will be determined by the sport advisor. A sport with a White Conference will have a All-Star team comprised of East and West players (06/2009) st nd a. g. 2. No coach may add to the honorable mention list once it has been submitted. e. silver for second.

2 relays) Swimming OIA Relays: First place winners in each event (8 relays and 1 individual. 60 west/60 east A27 . 10 weight classes. 2 relays) Track JV Championship: 5 place winners in each event (14 indiv. 1 mixed) Track OIA Relays:2nd to 5th place (9 relays. 1 mixed) Track OIA Relays: First place winners in each event (9 relays and 6 individual) Wrestling: 6 place winners in each weight class Judo: 60 medals for Boys.. RELAYS VOLLEYBALL WRESTLING WATER POLO Individual Medal Distribution Explanation Swimming: 5 place winners (nine individual and two relays) Tennis: 4 place winners of singles and doubles of OIA Tourn. 10 weight classes per division. Team Ind. 60 medals for Girls.2010-11 OIA Plaques and Medals Plaques Vars.. 10 10 10 10 40 0 34 0 34 0 9 15 9 15 18 0 8 20 8 20 120 0 14 15 14 15 12 60 12 60 10 0 10 0 10 0 48 0 48 0 40 0 12 8 12 8 0 105 0 105 0 36 0 36 11 12 11 12 0 132 0 132 0 0 0 0 28 0 28 0 84 0 66 0 20 0 Special Events Ribbons JV Div. 6 individual) y p ( y ) Cross Country JV Championship: 20 places and 7 for championship team Swimming JV Championship: 5 place winners in each event (9 indiv. 1 individual. p g Track: 5 place winners in each event (14 ind. 6 places. AIR RIFLERY BASEBALL BASKETBALL BOWLING CHEERLEADING. 12 championship team boys/girls Ribbon Distribution Explanation Swimming OIA Relays: 2nd to 5th place (8 relays. CROSS COUNTRY FOOTBALL GOLF JUDO PADDLING Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Mixed y Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Girls 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 3 2 2 1 Medals Vars. 2 relays) Wrestling JV Championship: 6 place winners in each weight class Cross Country Divisional: 20 places. 7 for championship team Swimming Divisional: 5 place winners in each event Track Di i i T k Divisional: 5 place winners in each event l l i i h t Wrestling Divisional: 6 place winners in each weight class Judo: 6 places. Champ. Champ. RELAYS TENNIS TRACK & FIELD TRACK & FIELD .. Vars. Champ. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 108 0 27 108 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 120 0 0 120 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 105 210 0 105 210 148 0 0 148 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 132 528 0 132 528 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 84 336 22 66 264 0 0 0 SOCCER SOFTBALL SOFT TENNIS SWIMMING SWIMMING. Comp.

etc. All schools having junior varsity and varsity teams in a particular sport must submit a separate eligibility list for each team. Girls Softball Soft Tennis Swimming Tennis Track Volleyball Water Polo Wrestling 1st Team 24 24 20 20 20 20 40 78 22 20 20 36 33 33 36 24 36 32 56 56 7 50 2nd Team 24 24 20 20 20 20 40 66 22 20 20 36 33 33 36 24 36 32 56 56 7 50 Player 4 2 4 4 4 2 4 6 4 2 2 6 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 8 1 4 Coach 4 2 4 4 4 2 4 3 4 2 2 6 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 8 1 4 C. supply & equipment.3. medic. Girls Bowling Cheerleading Cross Country Football Golf Judo. Required Medical Examinations: No student shall be eligible to represent his high school unless there is on file with the principal a medical doctor's statement for the current school year certifying that the student has passed an adequate physical examination. The league will assess the school per team share for the sport. D. allow the school to participate in the sport with the following understanding: 1. Boys Judo. Boys Soccer. All Sport Advisors are to release selections to the media and submit selections to the Executive Director. 4. transportation. Boys Basketball. The school will not receive an allocation of state funds (coaches salary. 2. Sport Declaration after Declaration Date If a school decides to participate in a sport after the OIA Sport Declaration date up to two months prior to the advisory meeting of the sport. A28 . and that in the opinion of the examining medical doctor the student is fully able to compete in athletic contests. Girls Paddling Soccer. The school will be included in revenue sharing (if any) for the sport. E. See the following chart for granting awards SPORT Air Riflery Baseball Basketball.) for that sport. 3.

SAT. Four-Team Schedule 2-1 4-2 4-1 3-4 1-3 2-3 Five-Team Schedule 1-4 3-1 5-3 2-3 4-5 1-2 Six-Team Schedule 2-1 3-4 6-4 3-6 6-1 2-3 4-5 2-5 1-5 2-5 3-4 4-2 5-1 4-1 5-3 6-2 5-6 1-3 4-2 Seven-Team Schedule 1-6 4-2 2-7 5-3 2-5 5-1 3-6 6-2 3-4 6-7 4-5 7-1 Eight-Team Schedule 2-1 3-4 6-2 3-8 1-7 7-8 4-7 8-6 4-1 5-6 2-5 5-3 Nine-Team Schedule 1-8 5-3 2-9 2-7 6-2 3-8 3-6 7-1 4-7 4-5 8-9 5-6 Ten-Team Schedule 2-1 2-3 6-9 3-10 1-7 7-8 4-9 8-6 3-1 5-8 9-5 4-2 6-7 10-4 5-10 Eleven-Team Schedule 1-10 6-4 2-11 2-9 7-3 3-10 3-8 8-2 4-9 4-7 9-1 5-8 5-6 10-11 6-7 2. Post-season There shall be no outside team competition during the post-season of a sport. or ACT test is scheduled. The regular season scheduling will follow the number schedule format (see following schedule chart). Start time of events on Testing Days All OIA events shall start no sooner than 2:00 p. Any new team(s) entering will be placed as the last number.m.F. 3-1 4-7 5-6 6-4 7-3 1-2 7-5 1-4 2-3 7-5 8-4 2-3 6-1 1-3 4-2 5-8 6-7 4-5 8-1 2-7 3-6 7-3 8-2 1-5 6-4 6-4 7-3 8-2 9-1 3-1 4-9 5-8 6-7 7-5 8-4 9-3 1-2 4-2 5-1 6-9 7-8 8-6 9-5 1-4 2-3 9-7 1-6 2-5 3-4 10-6 2-5 3-4 1-8 9-7 5-3 6-2 7-10 8-9 4-1 1-9 10-8 2-7 3-6 4-5 5-1 6-4 7-3 8-2 9-10 5-6 1-10 2-9 3-8 4-7 9-3 10-2 6-1 7-5 8-4 7-5 8-4 9-3 10-2 11-1 3-1 4-11 5-10 6-9 7-8 8-6 9-5 10-4 11-3 1-2 4-2 5-1 6-11 7-10 8-9 9-7 10-6 11-5 1-4 2-3 5-3 6-2 7-1 8-11 9-10 10-8 11-7 1-6 2-5 3-4 11-9 1-8 2-7 3-6 4-5 3. on Saturdays when a PSAT. Scheduling 1. schools who want to make changes to the schedule must make arrangements with the opposing school and then inform the Sport Advisor. 4. A29 . Re-scheduling of regular season contests Once the regular season schedule is made.

The following guidelines should be used if the game cannot be played or completed: 1. Sports events scheduled by the Oahu Interscholastic Association shall be governed by the rules published by the National Alliance of the Athletic Association (includes National Federation of State High School Associations) with such modifications as may be decided upon by the Oahu Interscholastic Association. If the ticket holder insists on a refund. (5/89) Interrupted Game Procedures: Games interrupted by events beyond the control of the OIA shall be continued from the point of interruption. then the highest seed in the bracket will determine the site. All officials (in any sport) must be 18 years old or older. K. See if the situation can be corrected. 3. Use the band and cheerleaders or any other group to occupy or entertain the crowd. inform the crowd there will be no refund but there will be no admission charge when the game is replayed. Announce to the crowd the reason for the delay. Athletic Directors will have the authority to eliminate/modify the handshake following the game/contest. Try to contact the Executive Director. Rev. In the event the highest seeded team is unable to secure a site. unless the head coaches of the teams mutually agree otherwise. 06/2008) All White Conference (Division II) formats should be changed to an East-West Conference format. A30 . There will be no post-game talk/conference with teams before or after the handshake. 4. the game will be played. The playoff format shall be a 6-team format with the #1 seeds from the East and West receiving a first round bye.5. defer an explosive situation by asking them to call at their convenience. The assistant coaches will shake hands after both teams are done. as long as one official shows up. H. Use discretion in pacifying the ticket holder. (02/2005) For all sports excluding football. 3. 2. White Conference Scheduling (06/2005. Handshake Guidelines for Team Sports: 1. Player Benches: It shall be the responsibility of the Athletic Director or persons authorized to keep the benches free of those not officially connected with the team. G. 2. L. Head coaches will lead the teams to shake hands. Failure to comply with this rule will mean forfeiture. except for basketball and volleyball who will have a 6-team double elimination format. Interrupted games having direct bearing on a championship must be rescheduled. 4. Site OIA Playoffs: If no site is pre-determined for an OIA post-season contest. Assistant coaches will supervise the teams during the handshake. If all means to correct the situation have been exhausted. (06/2006) M. J. 5. Four teams will comprise each conference. The schedule will be a 10-game format with the teams playing two rounds against the same conference and one round against the opposite conference. then the second highest seeded team in the bracket will be awarded the home site. I. A coach or designated adult must be present at all athletic events before the event can be started. If a team does not have a facility to host the event. Student-athletes and coaches will shake hands after the game/contest ends. they must find a suitable facility in the general area of the host school that is willing to host the game.

Breaking Division/Conference Ties (Revised Completely 5/93) There shall be no play-off of divisional/conference ties in standings. Point Total: Add up won/lost/tied standing points of all teams beaten . Example: KAILUA & KAHUKU 3 WINS. 1 TIED COMMON OPPONENTS: 1STKAILUA 6 WINS. 1 LOST (10 PTS) 4. KAILUA . AIEA BEAT WAIPAHU REGULAR SEASON.N. 0 LOST (12 PTS) 2NDKAHUKU 5 WINS. 1 LOST. 0 LOST.ROOSEVELT 2ND . 0 LOST. 1 LOST.1 WIN. go back to beginning of process with remaining multiple tie teams. Winner of Tied Schools: If there are multiple ties. Coin toss: Flip a coin with "odd man" getting highest ranking: Then. resolve the standing among tied schools that have played each other. WAIPAHU FLIP A COIN ROOSEVELT WAS "ODD MAN". Common Opponents: Use won/lost results of games against common opponents. Example: AIEA. 3 LOST. 1 LOST. 4 LOST. Example: KAILUA 6 WINS. 1ST . 3 TIED (13 PTS) 1ST 2ND KAILUA (12 PTS) KAHUKU (10 PTS) ELIMINATE TIES: 3. 1 TIED KAHUKU 6 WINS.0 WINS.2 WINS. 0 TIED (4 PTS) KAHUKU . Example: (1) KAILUA/KAHUKU TIED . 1 LOST. 0 TIED (2 PTS) CASTLE .WINNER OF TWO (2) KAILUA/KAHUKU/CASTLE TIED . 1ST 2ND 3RD 2. 1 TIED KAHUKU BEAT: CASTLE8 PTS McKINLEY8 PTS KALANI5 PTS 21 PTS 2ND KAILUA BEAT: CASTLE8 PTS McKINLEY8 PTS KAISER6 PTS 22 PTS 1ST 5. 0 TIED (0 PTS) Elimination of Ties: Eliminate all ties and use only won/lost record.KAILUA BEAT CASTLE AND KAHUKU. If there are ties. ROOSEVELT. divisional/conference seeding and representation will be determined by the following methods in the following order: 1. 1 TIED (13 PTS) KAHUKU 5 WINS.highest total best. CASTLE LOST TO KAILUA AND KAHUKU. KAHUKU BEAT CASTLE AND LOST TO KAILUA.AIEA 3RD – WAIPAHU A31 . Example: KAILUA 6 WINS.

R. 3 plays 4. winner of first game is second. If Bye team loses.S. H. H. 2 plays 3. the following format pertaining to play-offs of ties for championships or state representations will prevail: All single elimination: 3 teams to determine one: 3 teams to determine two: 1 Bye.S. Hawaii Penal Code. 1 plays 2. losers are eliminated.S. Rules for Athletic Events No Smoking: DOE Admin. Unless specifically stated otherwise within each sport section.R. Chapter 712. Winner plays Bye. A32 . Part IV H.S. No Coolers: League Rule No Re-Entry: League Rule Bracketing Format will be used. they will play loser of first game for second. H. then two winners play off. If Bye team wins. 1 plays 2.R. No Animals: Chapter 708-814. No smoking or any form of tobacco use is allowed for anyone with direct association with the team any time while the event is being played.R. unless otherwise stated in respective sport section.O. Chapter 281. No Use Alcoholic Beverages and Drugs: Chapter 40. 2 plays 3. 4 teams to determine one: 4 teams to determine two: P. No Loitering: Chapter 708-814 H. 3 plays 4. Ch 31. See following exhibits: 12-Team OIA Play-off Bracket 8-Team OIA Play-off Bracket 6-Team OIA Play-off Bracket 4-Team OIA Play-off Bracket 16 Team Divisional Single Elimination Q. Rule. 1 Bye.R.S. Chapter 328K. Winner plays 1 and 2 is out. losers are eliminated..

12-team OIA Play-off Bracket W1 E4 Game 1 Game 5 W5 E2 W3 Game 2 Game 6 Game 11 E6 L11 L5 Game 9 L12 L6 Game 13 L7 Game 10 5th place Game 14 Game 15 3rd place OIA Champion L8 W6 Game 3 Game 7 E3 W2 E5 Game 4 Game 8 W4 E1 A33 Game 12 .

8-team OIA Play-off Bracket East 1 Game 1 West 4 Game 5 East 3 Game 2 West 2 L5 L1 Game 7 L6 L2 Game 9 L3 Game 8 5th place Game 11 OIA Champion Game 10 3rd place L4 West 3 Game 3 East 2 Game 6 East 4 Game 4 West 1 A34 .

4-team OIA Play-off Bracket East 1 Game 1 West 2 Game 3 East 2 Game 2 OIA Champion West 1 6-team OIA Play-off Bracket East 1 East 1 BYE East 3 West 2 West 3 OIA Champion East 2 BYE West 1 West 1 A35 .

16-team OIA Divisional Single Elimination 1 16 8 9 4 13 5 12 2 1st place 15 7 10 3 14 6 3rd place 11 A36 .

Once 3rd reading is completed. The Safety & Security Chair will distribute the updated plans ot the schools. they would be re-ranked the following even year (first year based on Red points. power rank all OIA sports that have Red and White divisions every even year. Section 7. In the event another sport begins a White division in an odd year. Division Declaration (06/2008) rd Schools shall have up to the 3 reading of OIA related sport specific concern to request movement to the Red Division of that sport. S. 3. subsequent to the date of the disqualification. The coach must enroll and satisfactorily complete the NFHS Coaches Education Program (NFHS CEP) course. U. 2. Re-instatement Policy (06/2004) After consideration of the school’s disciplinary procedures. (08/2005) Entrance to playoff games Participating teams in OIA Championship playoffs will be admitted into playoff games by roster and accompanied by the coach(es). a student who is dismissed and/or suspended from a team due to an ACT 90 offense must successfully complete a school approved educational program to be eligible for re-instatement into the school’s athletic program. Sanction for Ejection of Coaches (06/2003) Whenever a coach is disqualified from an OIA contest. T. as outlined in the OIA By-Laws. All rankings for sports will be done in the same year. the coach will no be re-hired by an OIA school. X. the following will be imposed: 1. Y. If a coach does not satisfactorily complete and facilitate a course. The deadline for submitting updated school Safety & Security plans to the OIA Office is the second Friday of August. (04/2005) There will be a $50 fine for “Visitor” teams (teams that play their games at another school’s site) who do not leave the premises (playing site) within fifteen (15) minutes after the last contest. A37 . second year based on what division the team was in). there shall be no requests for movement. in any sport.R. Article II. Conditioning (06/2004) All sports advisors will establish a 5 day minimum time frame for conditioning and skills and drills workouts prior to the first scrimmage. (12/2005) Power Ranking (06/2008) Beginning school year 2008-09. V. The coach will be responsible for course fees. The coach will facilitate another NFHS CEP session after satisfactorily completing the course. There will be a $10 per day fine when past due. The coach may enroll or facilitate an NFHS CEP Program Course being offered in any Hawaii school district. W.

The term “target” in the rulebook refers to the sheet of paper containing the twelve bull’s-eyes. A38 . E. The boys’ team shall fire a maximum of eight (8) individual shooters with the top four (4) individual scores to count as the boys’ team score.2 Individual Event. (This is a modification to NSR 3. WEST: Campbell.3..13. League Format A. 3) Firing position will be the only marking in the front of the target. shall govern at all OIA matches with the following exceptions: A. Nanakuli.3. The time will continuously run from the “Start” command to the “Stop – Unload” command. gender and date of the match will be on the back of each target. This is not to be confused with NSR 7. The league shall be divided into the Eastern and Western Divisions. Targets will be secured on backing with clips and will be removed from the backing prior to scoring. 6) Clarification on excessive hits – NSR 7. Kalaheo.00 per shooter. If a tie exists. The term bull’s-eye refers to the small circular concentric numbered rings for the purpose of scoring. Waialua. Ties: 1) In case of a ties for placement in league standings and playoff seeding. Kahuku. The head coach for the school will run the match. and Waipahu.6 refers to excessive shots on a bull’seye. D. Boys and Girls (Revised 06/2010) 1. standing and kneeling positions. The course of fire will be as provided by NSR 5. 2) No dual meet match shall result in a tie. This is a modification of NSR 5. Kaimuki.4 Team Events 2. 4) Cards will be shuffled and scorers will score and post scores. B. Farrington. Scores on targets must have verification signatures. Protest time will be 10 minutes and the cost will be $1. Air Riflery (Sporter Air .7. Protest is based on posted score.2).4. E. hereafter referred to as NSR. Waianae. which refers to excessive hits on a target. refer to NSR 8. 7) Only the Range Officer will mark the front of the target. in that order. 2) The competitor's name. 5) Targets must be kept on file for the duration of the season and may be disposed of after the OIA tournament. Each relay will be given a 3-minute Preparation Period prior to the “Start” command followed by a 50-minute firing period to complete the prone. Kalani. The girls’ team shall fire a maximum of eight (8) individual shooters with the top four (4) individual scores to count as the girls’ team score. Radford.177 Caliber). Kailua. C. D. refer to OIA tie breaking procedures. Each school must provide its own equipment and firing materials. Pearl City. McKinley. Kapolei. C.1. 3 x 20 (without final). Both the East and West division will participate in a single round schedule. Each school may have a boys and girls team. Other coaches will assist as directed by the official referee. Scoring: 1) Scoring will be done by members of the teams. school. All regular season matches will be fired using a “postal” format. Moanalua and Roosevelt. The school’s coach will be the official referee for the match. Game Rules The current National Standard Three-Position Air Rifle Rules.13.Section II. EAST: Castle. one scorer from each school. B. Leilehua.

B. C. 5. at least two (2) days in advance. NSR 4. F. Bolt must be open and CBI inserted. on weekends. H. Shoes must be worn in all positions.m. The thickness of the shooting mat will be no more than one inch. Refer to Shooting Range Specification. Long pants must be worn in all positions. Facilities: 10 Meters/33 Feet. Top two teams from each division will advance to the OIA Championship finals. scoring. Schedule A.3. Officers will be determined prior to team championship tournament from participating teams. Transporting uncased rifle: the muzzle of the rifle must be pointed upward above the head. 2) OIA team championship will be a dual match format. Equipment A. B. OIA Individual Championship Tournament 1) A maximum of thirty-six (36) shooters from each gender may participate in the OIA Individual Championship Tournament and must have: a) A minimum season average of 420. Preseason matches are authorized. The OIA Championship match will be held at the end of the regular OIA dual match season. NSR 5. 6.F. West 2 West 1 vs.m.7 General Equipment Rules for Sporter and Precision Classes. See NSR 4. Matches will be held at 3:00 p. C. 4) Aggregate score tol determine the top twelve (12) place finishers in both the boys and girls division.5. (No Hightops. G. Eye protection must be worn while on the firing line by everyone while firing is in progress. 4. 7. 2) All Individual competitors may be pre-squadded at random. I. refer to NSR 8.4. 3. The use of CBIs (Clear Barrel Indicators) is mandatory. Shooters will report to the site one (1) hour prior to their starting/relay time. Miscellaneous 8. East 2 1) The semi-finals and finals will be held at a site determined by the Sport Advisor. All regular season scores must be included in the final season average. Air Rifle season will be from August to November. The top two teams from each division will qualify for the post-season tournament. Shooters will not handle their rifles until instructed to do so by the Range Officer during the Preparation period and/or Changeover period.2 Sporter Air Rifle rules. Closed Shoes) E.m. East 2 West 1 vs. b) Participated in at least four (4) of the school’s regular season matches. D. All rifles must be grounded on the shooters firing point.4. Boys: East 1 vs. on weekdays and 9:00 a. G. D. Shooting mats cannot be folded and used.1 Awards: Budget: Refer to Section I. and facility officers will be determined prior to tournament by Sport Advisor. Binder clips should be used for securing the cardboard and targets. Only the top six (6) Girls and Boys from each school will be allowed to participate in the OIA team semi-finals and team finals with the top four (4) scores counting towards the total team score. 3) In case of ties. West 2 Girls: East 1 vs. 5) The range. Sporter Clothing and Accessories rules and NSR 4. A39 . or 2:00 p. Refer to Section on Sports Budget. Rescheduling of a match because of extenuating circumstances is allowed with the approval of the Sport Advisor or the Executive Director.

shot fired in the kneeling position hits a target in prone position). B. If a team who has qualified for the state tournament is not able to participate. he must inform the range officer immediately and he/she should not be penalized for the first two (2) points for each third and all succeeding misplaced shots fired. The Sport Advisor will be responsible to notify the newspaper agencies and/or the HHSAA publicist. ROTC) are to submit their own entry form via email/fax to the Sport Advisor one (1) day prior. the highest qualifying alternate from the OIA Individual Championship Tournament shall fill the vacant berth. team. Teams representatives guaranteed berths in the state tournament will be determined by season average and awarded the top four (4) qualified shooters from each team prior to the OIA Individual Championship Tournament. Air Rifle target AR 5-10 shall be used. Scoring of Misplaced Shot(s) on Wrong Position’s Target (Kneeling/Prone or Prone/Kneeling) If a competitor fires a shot on the wrong position’s target (e. 9. The range officer will mark on the competitor’s target(s) and/or inform the scorer(s) of the misplaced shots. When the shooter shoots kneeling #10 from the kneeling position. C. (Saturdays) or 5:00 p. the lower valued shot will be scored to the open individual target (bulls eye) of the last fired position (kneeling) and higher valued shot to the previously fired position (prone). or as otherwise directed. State Representation A. D.g. E. Individual: The top qualifiers from the OIA Individual Championship Tournament shall qualify for state tournament berths (percentage and number to be determined by HHSAA formula) with the first and second place team berths of each division. C. Example 1) If a shot fired at kneeling target (bulls eye) #10 from the kneeling position. B.m. to the deadline. The team's coach is responsible for reporting the match results to the Sport Advisor by 4:00 p. the higher valued shot will be scored to the open prone target and the lower valued shot scored to the kneeling target. Failure to email or fax the TYPED SCORES to the sport advisor within the given time limit will result in that team having to report scores to the listed agencies. Team: First and second place teams from each division shall qualify for four (4) state berths per team. deducted from the lowest value shot(s) in the prone position. If an individual who has qualified for the state tournament is not able to participate. prone target #3 will be left open. Scoring: For each shot fired on the wrong position’s target. Example 2) If a shot fired at prone target #3 hits kneeling target #10. (Weekdays) on the day of the match. All schools that qualify for either or all categories (individual. A40 . D. the third place team from the same division shall fill the vacant berths.A. the lower valued shot on prone target (bulls eye) #3 will be scored to the open kneeling target (bulls eye) #10 and the higher valued shot scored to the prone target (bulls eye) #3. hits prone target (bulls eye) #3. he will shoot kneeling #10 an additional time (2 total shots in kneeling #10). The Sport Advisor will keep current records of the league standings and periodically notify the newspapers of the team standings.m.

Field lights will be turned on so that the game may be completed at Ala Wai Field. Televised games may deviate from regularly scheduled game days and times. on weekdays and 8:00 a. D. Depending on the situation at UH Les Murakami Stadium. A. and notify the Umpires Association and the visiting team before 1:00 p." No smoking or any form of tobacco is allowed in the dugout or field of play. During the OIA play-off. shall prevail at all games. and Kahuku Park. Varsity and JV play seven (7) innings as stated in the National Federation Rules. on weekends. G. E. Games for JV will start at 3:30 p. Follow the National Federation Rules on "Ending a Regulation Game. Fred Wright Park. Hans L'Orange Park. on weekdays and 11:00 am on Saturdays. games will begin at 3:00 pm. Baseball (Revised 06/2010) 1. H. Time changes could be made to handle availability of use of site by Baseball Advisory Chairperson and/or the Executive Director.m. on Saturdays if and when the field is not playable. follow National Federation Rules. On test days. JV Championship Game: Three Umpires When one umpire is available. If any malfunction of the lights should occur. Division.m. Photographers will not be allowed on the playing field during the game. Mink Central Oahu Regional Park & Aloha Stadium. The visiting team should check with the home team prior to leaving at about 1:00 p. and OIA Play-offs – Consolation Bracket: Two Umpires Varsity OIA Championship Bracket: Three Umpires Varsity OIA Championship Game: Four Umpires All JV Games: Two Umpires C. Patsy T. the National Federation Book of Rules will prevail. F. The home team should check the field by about 8:00 a.Section III. on weekdays and 10:00 am on Saturdays. If the lights cannot be turned on and play resumed.m. a scheduled game will be played. the umpire will be selected by the Executive Director or his designee and the Commissioner of Baseball Umpires. A41 . Ten-run ruling is in effect for all games. the score will revert back to the previous inning or last completed inning. the 10-run rule will be in effect after 4 1/2 or 5 full innings.m.m.m. Home Team The home team is responsible for notifying the visiting team if and when the field is not playable. on weekdays and before 8:30 a. Umpires: Regular Round Schedule. For all Varsity and JV games. B.m. Time of Games League games for Varsity shall begin at 3:30 p. Game Rules The book of rules (National Federation Edition) except as modified herein.

K. Federation speed up rules for courtesy runners. East Red and West Red Win East Red and West Red Tie East Red and West Red loss White Win White Tie White Loss C. #5. League Format A. 2.75 0. This procedure to be followed during the regular round and all JV play-offs. 1 point for a tie. one-half (1/2) hour prior to game time. retouching base. If the pitcher is ejected. Pitching limitations: on any given day or in any three (3) consecutive days. #3. a player shall not be permitted to pitch more than a total of ten (10) innings.00 1.00 1. The remaining teams will comprise the White Conference. Opposing coaches shall keep track of the number of innings pitched by filling out and signing the form prepared by the Baseball Advisory Chairperson. etc. touching base. Allow the starting pitcher to have twelve (12) warm-up pitches in the first inning. A courtesy runner may be used for the pitcher and/or catcher. Teams will be ranked in the East and West Divisions. The home team will take the infield practice first. The order of priority would be according to rank (White #1. N. The top seven teams in each division will comprise the East Red and West Red Conferences. will be based on a two year cycle. Each out shall constitute 1/3 inning. M. the Red order of priority to accept a movement down would be (Red #7. the following method shall be used: 2 points for a win. and 0 points for a loss. Solid-colored socks or two-in-one socks may be substituted for leggings. 2.I.) Likewise.75 0. In computing the standings in the regular round. Standings and point totals for varsity wins and ties will be tallied every two years which will determine teams for each conference for the following year. etc. A White Conference school may petition the league after each season to move to the Red conference. L. the first day being the day that a player pitches. #2. Each team will have ten (10) minutes. to be filled in by same. Varsity will follow OIA tournament pitching limitations. Placement/movement in divisions will be based on the OIA Power Rating System.00 It B. the relief pitcher will be treated as the substitute for an injured pitcher. Follow the National J. P. No protests are allowed but any one coach as long as they are in uniform and under control can come out to ask the official for a clarification of the interpretation of a ruling prior to the next pitch. All coaches should have a current rule book and case book if questioning the interpretation of a rule. #6. Include Leggings as part of the baseball uniform for participants only.00 0. An appeal must be made for all plays such as batting out of order. O. The forms will then be presented to the opposing coach of the following game.) A42 . etc.

In the event that the OIA Championship Play-offs are held on four consecutive days. the pitching limitations for the HHSAA Baseball Tournament will be adopted for the OIA Varsity Championship Play-Offs.D. Explanation: In a four day tournament. 7. Refer to Section I. the Executive Director or his designee will enforce the changes. The White Division will consist of 8 teams. The OIA Championship Play-Offs will be held on four consecutive days. whenever possible. play: (1) on any available field that is playable. There will be three divisions: East Red (Division I). a pitcher may pitch a maximum of 48 outs but no more than 39 outs on three consecutive days. All pitchers who pitch on the first day will be given a bonus of one to nine outs that can be used only on the fourth day of the tournament. 4. Championships: Dates. Schedule: A. The three divisions will play a home and away schedule. No composite barrel bats allowed. Each team traveling to a Championship Play-Off (JV and Varsity) game shall receive $150. per game. Week starts on Monday and ends on Saturday of the same week. F. E. (2) on the visiting home field. Final standings from the regular season play will determine the division winners. The JV will play everyone in their division once. by mutual agreement. Refer to section on Sports Budgets. The Red Divisions will consist of 7 teams in each Division. F. B. G. Any game completing five (5) or more innings of play will be considered a game played. Equipment: Awards: Budget: Baseballs--Regulation Spalding TF-PRO. The Red conference will play 12 games and the White conference will play 10 games. Games to be played No team shall play more than four games a week. The White Division OIA championship tournament will be an 8 team single elimination tournament in a championship and consolation format Junior Varsity: The OIA JV championships will be a four team single elimination tournament with the top two teams from the East and West. for transportation. Playing sites Home field will be selected by the Advisory Committee. A43 . Season: Pre-season practice may begin only three (3) weeks prior to the week that the regular season begins. sites and times shall be determined by the advisory committee chairperson and the Executive Director. E. 6. Two schools may. Varsity: The top six teams from the each Red Division will proceed into the OIA championship tournament. In the case of an emergency. The OIA tournament will be a 12 team single elimination tournament in a championship and consolation format. West Red (Division I) and White (Division II). 5. 3. The JV will consist of two divisions (East & West). No pitcher will be allowed to pitch more than 39 outs in three consecutive days.

Upon rescheduling. The semi-finals will be played at the site TBA. in order of their occurrence. the game will be played at the site TBA. or Friday. c. Mink Central Oahu Regional Park. If not possible. 2) D. The OIA Junior Varsity Play-offs will be played on Friday and Saturday after the final regular season game. Statistics: All teams shall keep and send their own team and individual statistics to the responsible Sports Advisory Committee Chairperson after every game (home team). Hans L’Orange & UH Les Murakami Stadium games will be determined by the Executive Director and the Baseball Advisory Chairperson. etc. First day of postponement. or for 2 and 3 place) then the entire game will be replayed during the week between the end of the regular season and the post season. each game will resume. b. vandalism. If a tied game during the regular round has a bearing on the standings (to get into the nd rd playoffs.C. the game to be played at scheduled site. tied games will be considered as suspended games. E. where the game was suspended. 8. Executive Director or his designee will select the site. If both teams are from the same Division. G. Tuesday. A one-minute time clock will be enforced with the clock starting after the third out between innings.) will be declared suspended games. Thursday. H. Wednesday. Postponements 1) Postponed games will be played on Monday. Executive Director or his designee will select the site. if field is playable. home team has no option. home field is unplayable. The championship game will be played at site TBA. During Division and Championship Play-Offs. I. games will be played on the first available date. Scheduled games for teams making mainland trips will be rescheduled by the Executive Director or Sports Advisory Chairperson prior to the first coaches advisory meeting. For subsequent postponements. Games not completed because of contingencies (sprinkler. Procedure for re-scheduling postponed games will be as follows: a. A44 . fire. All Patsy T. The home team scorebook shall be the official scorebook. home team has the option of playing at another site or waiting until the following day. Miscellaneous: A. F. The day following the scheduled game. Otherwise.

The White conference will play a double round schedule. Each team will play the other members of the conference twice in a Home and Away format. In the second round teams will only play the teams in their respective conferences. A45 . 6-team. The Junior Varsity teams will play in the same conference as their Varsity team. head to head competition will be used to determine the final standings. The OIA White tournament is a modified. East and West. The top six teams in each of the Red conferences will proceed to the OIA championship tournament. Boys (Revised 06/2010) Game Rules: The basketball rules (National Federation Edition). The top team in each conference will receive first round bye. The top two teams in each Red conference will receive first round byes. Weekday JV games will begin at 5:30 p. The Red conferences will have seven teams. standings after conference play will be used to determine the pairing for the OIA tournament. Red division and White division. For seeding purposes.m. except as modified herein. In the event that multiple schools are tied for first place then co-champions will be declared. The East Red and West Red conferences will play a double round schedule for a total of fourteen games. The OIA Red tournament is a modified12-team double elimination tournament. Opening round winners will advance to the double elimination part of the tournament bracket. while the White conference will have five teams. All teams will be competing for the HHSAA tournament berths. the OIA tie-breaking procedures will be followed (see Breaking Division/Conference Ties in Administrative Policies Governing Sports section). The league will use a maximum of three officials for Varsity games only.Section IV. B.loss record in each of the conferences will be declared the conference champion. The top three teams in each White conference will proceed to the OIA championship tournament. Opening round losers are out of the tournament. 1. Varsity games will begin 15 minutes after the conclusion of the JV game. The team with the best won . double elimination tournament. In case of multiple ties (three or more) in conference play. 2. A. shall prevail at all games.m. Saturday JV games will begin at 10:00a. Red Division – East Castle Kailua Kahuku Kaimuki Kalani Moanalua Roosevelt White Division – East Anuenue Farrington Kalaheo Kaiser McKinley Red Division – West Campbell Kapolei Leilehua Mililani Pearl City Radford Waianae White Division – West Aiea Nanakuli Waialua Waipahu B. Basketball. League Format: A. Opening C. Each division will be divided into two conferences. There will be two divisions. In case of ties after conference play. In round one all White divisional teams will play each other.

refer to Administrative section of the OIA Handbook..00 0. A46 . Teams will be seeded according to the order of finish in conference play. Exceptions will be made for TV and conflict with the site (example: conflict with Wrestling schedule.875 0. at the site determined by the criteria stated in the previous two sentences. 4. All teams will compete for the HHSAA tournament berths.00 1. pg. D. Likewise the Red conference order to accept movement down to the White conference would be based on the reverse ranking (Red #7. sites and times for all tournament games. Opening round losers are eliminated from the tournament. A White conference team may petition the league after each season to move to the Red conference. The Red and White Divisions will hold a single championship game starting at 6:00 pm. The Red and White OIA JV Tournaments will take the top two teams from the East and West conference. 30. #2. Higher seeded teams are not guaranteed to host tournament games.00 0.). 3.00 Junior Varsity 1. #6. The East champion will play the West runner up. in the event of a tie in the seeding. the West will host in even years.75 0. #3. It will be based on points accumulate after a two year cycle of conference games played.00 0. Teams will be ranked in the East and West divisions. The winner of these 2 games with the highest ranking will host the division championship game. The championship game will be played at an OIA designated facility. Site F. etc. The top seven (7) teams in each division will comprise the East Red and West Red Conferences. The top two (2) teams from each conference (East and West) will enter a four (4) team OIA JV Tournament playoff.) in the conference. Unless directed by the Advisory Chairperson or the Executive Director.00 E. The remaining teams will make up the White Conference. The winners of these games will play for the OIA JV Championship. The JV teams will follow the same format as their varsity team for all conference games. The host is the higher seed team. single game site will be used used for all playoffs. All balls must have the wide seams. Varsity 2. etc. Whenever possible the first two rounds of the JV and Varsity playoffs and the semifinals will be held at the home site of the higher seeded teams. G. Higher seeded teams will host a single game at their site. East and West conferences will rotate the championship site if teams hold the same ranking.round winners will advance to the double elimination part of the tournament bracket. East Red and West Red Win East Red and West Red Loss White Win White Loss At the end of the two-year cycle (even years) standings and point totals for varsity and junior varsity teams will be tallied to determine their rankings in their respective division. The order of priority to move would be according to their rank (White #1. the East will host in odd years. Placement/Movement in the conferences will be based on the OIA Power Rating System. while the West champion will play the East runner up. #5. Championship and Play-off games (Varsity and JV) The Advisory Chairperson and the Executive Director shall determine dates. Equipment The official league ball shall be the Spalding Composite Ball. Awards Refer to Section.

time and site will be set at the boys advisory meeting. The date. A47 . The home teams shall be responsible for calling in the scores and results to the press. 6.5. Schedule and Tournament Brackets. C. Miscellaneous A. Refer to schedule section. Basketball Practice at NBC: No basketball practices shall be held at Blaisdell Center except those assigned by the Executive Director on days when the OIA has the Center. TV stations and the HHSAA media person. Budget Refer to section on sports Budget. 7. There shall be one workshop for both boys and girls coaches on the rules and officiating mechanics held in conjunction with the basketball committee advisory meeting. B.

2. Opening round losers are out of the tournament.75 0. G. Final standings from this regular season play will determine the division winners.00 1. The top six teams in each of the Red conferences will proceed to the OIA championship tournament. the Red order of priority to accept a movement down would be Red #7. standings after conference play will be used to determine the pairing for the OIA tournament.00 0. White East (Division II). The order of priority would be according to rank (White #1. West Red (Division I). The League will use a maximum of three officials for the JV and Varsity games. Basketball. The top seven (7) teams in each division will comprise the East Red and West Red Conferences. shall prevail at all games. #6.m.375 White Loss 0.Section V. #3. B. It will be based on a two-year cycle. 1 point for a tie.50 East Red and West Red Loss 0. and 0 points for a loss.875 White Tie 0. A. #2.00 D. Standings and point totals for varsity wins and ties will be tallied every two years which will determine teams for each conference for the following year. The OIA White tournament is a modified 6-team. C. In case of multiple ties (three or more) in conference play. Varsity games will begin 15 minutes after the conclusion of the JV game. The top three teams in each White conference will proceed to the OIA championship tournament. E. The East Red and West Red conferences will play a home and away schedule. Game Rules The National Federation Rules on Basketball. Saturday games will start at 10:00 am.75 0. There will be four divisions: East Red (Division I). except as modified herein. In case of ties after conference play. The top two teams in each Red conference will receive first round byes. The East White and West White conferences will play two rounds against the same conference and one round against the opposite conference. The remaining teams will comprise the White conference. The Junior Varsity with play in the same divisions as their Varsity. the following method shall be used: 2 points for a win. F. League Format. Opening round winners will advance to the double elimination part of the tournament bracket. Time of Games JV games will begin at 5:30 p. Girls (Revised 07/2010) 1. head to head competition will be used to determine the final standings. B. double elimination tournament.00 0. the OIA tie-breaking procedures will be followed (see Breaking Division/Conference Ties in Administrative Policies Governing Sports section).). A White conference school may petition the league after each season to move to the Red conference. A. Opening round winners will advance to the double elimination part of the tournament bracket. etc.00 White Win 1. #5.00 0. Junior Varsity Varsity: East Red and West Red Win 2. Placement / movement in divisions will be based on the OIA Power Rating System. The OIA Red tournament is a modified 12-team double elimination tournament. For seeding purposes. All teams will be competing for the HHSAA tournament berths. West White (Division II). The top team in A48 . etc. Likewise. Opening round losers are out of the tournament. In computing the standings in the regular round. Teams will be ranked in the East and West Divisions.00 East Red and West Red Tie 1.

time.. the West will host in even years. All teams will compete for the HHSAA tournament berths. sites and times for all tournament games. Equipment: The official league ball shall be the Spalding Composite Ball." Section 1.each conference will receive first round bye. while the West champion will play the East runner up. 7. 4. Awards: Refer to Section 1. Miscellaneous A. Exceptions will be made for TV and conflict with the site (example: conflict with Wrestling schedule. and site will be set at the boys’ advisory meeting. Schedule and Tournament brackets: Refer to Schedule section. All balls must have wide seams. Budget: Refer to section on Sports Budget. A49 . 8. Unless directed by the Advisory Chairperson or the Executive Director. The top two (2) teams from each conference (East and West) will enter a four (4) team OIA JV Tournament playoff. The East champion will play the West runner up. refer to Administrative section of the OIA Handbook. the East will host in odd years. Site I. The host is the higher seed team. The home teams shall be responsible for calling in the scores and results to the press after each game. Higher seeded teams are not guaranteed to host tournament games. There shall be one workshop for both boys and girls coaches on the rules and officiating mechanics held in conjunction with the basketball advisory committee meeting. Teams will be seeded according to the order of finish in conference play. The Red and White OIA JV Tournaments will take the top two teams from the East and West conference. The girls will use the smaller size of the above ball as used in the NCAA. in the event of a tie in the seeding. The JV teams will follow the same format as their varsity team for all conference games. The winners of these games will play for the OIA JV Championship. single game site will be used for all playoffs. H. The championship game will be played at OIA designated facility. pg. The Red and White Divisions will hold a single championship game starting at 6:30 pm. 30. Whenever possible the first two rounds of the JV and Varsity playoffs and the semifinals will be held at the home site of the higher seeded teams. G. Championship and Play-off games (Varsity and JV) The Advisory Chairperson and the Executive Director shall determine dates. at the site determined by the criteria stated in the previous two sentences. The date. 6. Tie Breakers: Refer to "Administrative Rules Governing Sports. B. 5.

The penalty for violation of the practice rule will be a loss of the day’s match (3 points). B. Tardy Bowlers (Regular season only): A bowler who arrives late may enter a game but must bowl from the frame being bowled. H. those games shall be forfeited. Bowling. No bowler shall practice at the bowling establishment on match day prior to the matches. Eligibility. Starting Time: To be determined at the advisory committee meeting. The top two teams from each division will bowl for the OIA Championship. Team Rosters: 1) A school may enter only one team in each division. C. except as modified herein shall prevail. Failure to comply with this rule will mean a forfeiture of frames. League Format A.zero For the Varsity Girls' Division . dependent on the availability of the bowling establishment. It shall be the responsibility of the captain when substituting players to notify the opposing team captain and coach.) F. A player not in uniform shall be ineligible to participate. There will be two divisions: Eastern and Western. Game Rules The bowling rules as established by the United States Bowling Congress (UBC). Scoring: Divisional champion will be determined by the cumulative total pin fall of the regular season matches. G. All coaching must be done away from the settee. The penalty for any violation other than that of the practice rule will be a loss of the game point(s) only. as an example. If a school uses a bowler not designated in the eight (8) listed before the match. L. No coach rule: A coach or school official must be present at the bowling site before a team can start to bowl. B. E. (A bowler who enters a game on the 3rd frame will count only 8 bowled frames for a final score. 3) A maximum of five (5) bowlers are designated before each game. provided the anchor on the opposing team has not finished bowling that particular frame. Refer to OIA By-Laws Article 2. Practice: Bowlers listed on the roster for the day will have as much warm-up time as allowed by the bowling establishment. All coaching must be done away from the settee. The USBC method of scorekeeping will be used. If a school uses more than eight bowlers. Article I. Boys and Girls (Revised 06/2010) 1. Section 7. A. those games shall be forfeited. a boys' varsity team and a girls' varsity team. games or match until the time when the coach or school official arrives at the site. K. Substitution: Substitutes may enter only after a game is completed. Section 1 to 10 inclusive. I.zero D.Section VI. 2) A team may have the maximum of eight (8) bowlers designated before any given match. J. Unsportsmanlike conduct by a player or coach: individual shall be immediately disqualified. Eligibility: OIA By-Laws. A50 . Dummy Scores: For the Varsity Boys' Division . No coach is allowed in the pit area. 2.

Uniforms must be worn by 3 regular season event. HIGH 2. there will be a ninth and tenth frame roll-off until the tie is broken. The OIA Individual and Team championship shall be held on one or two days depending on availability of facilities. 2) Ties for the last qualifying berth for the OIA Championship Tournament shall be broken by computing regular season averages to the nearest one hundredth of a point. the regular season HIGH 1. preferably one day. 5. A uniform consists of a shirt with identifying colors. Bowling Format: 1) The top 30 qualifying bowlers from each division shall qualify for the OIA Individual Championship Tournament. the bowlers concerned will bowl a single game to break the tie immediately after all matches have been completed. F. D. The bowler with the highest six-game series will be declared the OIA Individual Champion. D. 2 . Individual Championship A. Must be approved by the OIA Executive Director. The championship bowling site shall alternate from an east & west site yearly. All other place ties will be broken by: a) Highest single game b) Highest 2 games c) Highest 3 games d) etc. or on the next available date. If after this the tie is not broken. the partial or final score will revert to zero.. Bowler’s attire may bear the emblem or name of the respective school and/or the bowler’s name.C. if the bowler in violation of this rule engages in competition. For seeding purposes. D. Awards: Refer to Section 1. Commercial advertisements in any form should be prohibited. 4. Further. If the OIA championship match ends in a tie. Uniforms required Sept. If two teams are tied for first place after the end of the regular season. Uniforms must be worn and seen (the bowling shirt must be worn over jackets or sweaters). Bowlers who violate this rule will not be permitted to compete in the day’s matches. Budget: Refer to section on Sports Budgets. E. E. Uniforms A. The team listed on the odd-numbered lane is responsible for keeping score and for recording the scores on the "recap" sheet. A51 . will be used to break the ties. refer to Section VII of Administrative Policies Governing Sports. The USBC method of scorekeeping will be used. they will be declared co-champions. 4) If there is a tie for the Individual Championship. if time permits. B. G. 2010 C. the bowlers will bowl a 9th and 10th frame until the tie is broken. 3) Six games will be bowled. The USBC type of schedule will be used so that teams will roll on different lanes throughout the season. etc. 6. All postponed games must be made up on the next available date and within seven calendar days 3. Coaches will be responsible for checking both the score and recap sheets for errors before they are turned in. Bowler’s attire must follow bowling establishment’s dress code policy. If a tie still exists. Bowlers may only be replaced by alternates from the same division. rd nd B.

B. (This means that said bowler when substituting for a qualified bowler would negate that qualified bowler’s chances of an individual medal. Qualification Requirements 1) The bowler must be an eligible member of a participating OIA school team. Individual: Should any player from the first and second place teams not qualify as individuals through the OIA Individual Championship Tournament and there are only five players comprising such a team. runner-up and 3rd place team finisher shall qualify five slots each. There shall be a three-school committee to oversee this tournament. In case of a tie.C. one from the West. D. Substitutes shall be entered to fill any vacancies from their respective divisions. Winners will play each other for the OIA Championship. 8. Lane Assignments 1) Assignment of lanes shall be determined by the Sport Coordinator. State Representation A. League champion. F. All team members must have bowled in at least nine (9) complete regular season games in order to qualify to bowl in the OIA Team Championships. if a team has more than five bowlers. Team: OIA champion. Team Championship A. This committee will be comprised of one representative from the East. the third place finisher from the same division shall fill the vacant spot. 7. All players must have bowled at least nine (9) complete regular season games to be able to participate with their State qualifying team. East 2). see Section 6A2. If an individual who has qualified for the state tournament is not able to go. the highest qualifying alternate from the OIA individual championship tournament shall fill the vacant spot. runner-up and 3 place will be determined by cumulative total pin fall of 6-games. B. rd C. a bowler having bowled a minimum of nine complete regular season games but not having qualified in the OIA Individual Championships will not be listed as a State qualifier but as a substitute only. A52 . The first and second place teams from each division will compete to determine the OIA Team Champion. However. 2) Players of the same team are to be separated if possible. West 1 vs. they shall be included in the team’s allotted five slots. D. (East 1 vs. E. If a team who has qualified for the state tournament is not able to go. Disqualified Bowlers: The Sport Coordinator and the Tournament Committee shall scratch all bowlers not present 20 minutes prior to the start of the tournament. and the third representative to be selected by the athletic director in charge of bowling. West 2. 2) The bowler must have bowled in at least half of the school's regular league games. Games must be complete games.) C.

Section VII. Cheerleaders should enter the performance on a timely fashion. words. x 42 ft. area (7 mats). Varsity Squads C. or note of music by the team. Competitive Cheerleading All squads must adhere to the rules. Teams must exit the performance area immediately following their routine. Signs and pom-poms are permitted. Mat panels will be placed with seams running towards the audience. Routine should incorporate both cheer and dance. standards and guidelines established by the National Federation of High School Athletic Association. Squads must not exceed a maximum of 1½ minutes of music and must perform a minimum of 35 seconds for cheer/chant. Routines must be appropriate for family viewing. Junior Varsity Squads B. 3. A53 . There will be two divisions: Eastern Division Castle Farrington Kahuku Kailua Kaimuki Kaiser Kalaheo Kalani McKinley Moanalua Roosevelt Anuenue B. A maximum of eighteen (18) members will be permitted to compete per squad. movement. The top six teams in each division will proceed to the OIA Championship Game Rules All competition routines will take place within a matted 42 ft. movement. No organized exits or other activities are allowed after the official ending of the routine. Squads will have 2½ minutes of performance time. All props must start within the performance area. Competition squad members are recommended to come from the sideline cheerleading squads. Timing will begin with the first uniformed word. No tear away uniforms or removal of clothing will be allowed. Team names will be called twice: once for on deck and once as the next squad to perform. All other props must receive prior approval by the sport advisor committee. Competitive Cheerleading (Revised 06/2008) 1. or note of music while on the performance mat. Timing will end with the last organized word. Western Division Aiea Campbell Kapolei Leilehua Mililani Nanakuli Pearl City Radford Waialua Waianae Waipahu 2. All squad participants must start their routine in the performance area with at least one (1) foot on the ground. or music will not be tolerated. Cheerleaders may not reach outside the performance area to place or retrieve props during the routine. A. Any vulgar or suggestive movements. League Format A.

Judges must have no affiliation with any OIA team for at least two years. Judges will be qualified. dance and physical fitness. no jewelry. the OIA may follow with the OIA cheerleading sport committee’s approval. 10.) Championship Dates. the judges will rank the teams and this will determine the winner. There will be a total of twelve judges on the panel: 6 scoring judges. 9. Teams must provide their own music on a CD and a non-member to assist in the operation of the CD player. Uniforms: NFHS spirit rules shall prevail. b. 5.e. experienced professionals in the field of cheerleading. d. Judges a. If for what ever reason. and 1 Range Judge. specific rulings. Squads are required to provide two (2) non-squad members as additional spotters. Equipment: schools. Judges rulings are final on all decisions concerning deductions. inclusive.No voice-overs or words may be recorded to enhance the team’s vocal projection. Eligibility: OIA By-Laws. Eligibility. c. the total points from the "overall performance" section on the score sheet will determine the winner. Article 1. Safety: Squads are required to comply with all NFHS spirit rules. and final placements. 4. Season All teams will follow the “Start Date Policy” as stated in the Administrative Section. uniformed attire. The sport advisory committee will select the judges with the approval of the OIA Executive Director. • 1st team = 10 total (4-1st place team. 2 team and coach of the year • The coach will select all stars from his/her own team and will submit names in rank order to sport advisor according to the first and second team chart. the total points from the "cheerleading fundamentals" section on the score sheet will determine the winner. 3 safety judges and 2 timers. 3-2nd place team. Spotters must dress appropriately (i. & 1-4th place team) 8. wear covered shoes. coach or spectator during the competition. 11. Score sheets will be made available at the end of the competition. sites. All participants are required to be uniformly attired designating their respective 6. In the event that there is a second tie.. etc. Tie Breaker: In case of a tie. All Star Selection • Each Sport will select Eastern & Western Division All Stars tams st nd • Each Sport will select a 1 team. the HHSAA adjust the judging criteria or numbers. 2-3rd place team. A54 . In the event of a third tie. There will be no contact with the judges from any participant. Awards: a. and times shall be determined by the advisory committee chairperson and the OIA Executive Director. 7. Section 1-6.

2-3rd place team. such number shall be rounded down to the nearest whole number.m. for Eastern and Western Divisional Competitions and 5:00 p. With respect to any calculated league representation number ending in “0. A55 .e. 16.• b. 15. (i. 12. Budget: Refer to section on Sports Budgets.. 2nd team = 10 total (3-1st place team. 10.m.5”. 1-5th place team. for OIA Championship State Representation: One half (50%) of the league’s cheerleading squads shall qualify for participation in the state tournament. 2-2nd place team. 13. 17. Certification can include but is not limited to American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators (AACCA) certification or any other OIA Cheer Sport Committee approved certification. Schedule: Competition will be held at 5:00 p. Participation in a scheduled OIA preseason meet is mandatory in order to compete in divisional and league championships. &1-6th place team) Coach of the Year (Eastern & Western Divisions) shall be voted on by coaches. 1-4th place team). All Head Competitive Cheerleading Coaches need to have a current Coaches Safety Certification in order to teach stunting. 14. Miscellaneous: Host site will provide two (2) tabulators for scoring procedures and prepare and distribute score sheets after the end of the competition.5 squads rounded down to 10 squads).

D. banners/signs must be done with positive sportsmanship. Mascots are member of the cheerleading squad who are not enrolled in the high school. Cheerleading All squads must adhere to the rules. Section 1 to 6 inclusive Mascots A. Code of Ethics A. 4. if deemed appropriate. During the sport activity. and guidelines established by the National Federation of High School Athletic Associations. D. All visiting cheerleading squads should exit the football field with six minutes remaining th on the Play clock in the 4 quarter. B. During time outs. Mascots must complete an annual physical and school issued volunteer forms to participate. E. standards. C. Junior Varsity Squads B. Cheerleaders are to finish cheers and be off the playing field or court prior to the end of the time out. Also. Eligibility OIA By-Laws. B.Section VIII. Cheers. Varsity Squads League Format There will be two divisions Eastern Division Castle Farrington Kahuku Kailua Kaimuki Kaiser Kalaheo Kalani McKinley Moanalua Roosevelt Anuenue 2. Eligibility. A. if the site coordinator feels the buses are parked too far away or that a large crowd may cause further delay. 5. chants. he/she can inform the visiting school to start exiting before the six minute policy. Cheerleading advisors are to check with the site manager for further instructions pertaining to the playing site. Article 1. E. Cheerleaders are to cheer at an assigned area designated by the site manager at all sporting events. Mascots are allowed to cheer with the cheerleading squads. Western Division Aiea Campbell Kapolei Leilehua Mililani Nanakuli Pearl City Radford Waialua Waianae Waipahu 3. Equipment All participants are required to be uniformly attired designating their respective schools. Mascots are not allowed to engage in stunting. 6. cheerleaders must demonstrate proper cheering etiquette at all times. cheerleaders can cheer and may be allowed to cheer on playing field or playing court. C. Sideline Cheerleading 1. A56 . Mascots are not allowed to participate in pep squad season/competition.

while selection of lanes should take place at the starting line. (To be used for participants that do not qualified as a team). Featured on the entry form should include: (1) entry deadline. For the State Meet. There will be no post entries for championship meets. then the alternate for that slot will come from the qualifying school. The meet committee should give a map of the course to the participating schools at least week prior to the meet. A57 . the replacement for that slot will come from the list of alternates. G. B. Teams may walk the course whenever possible. Schools with less than five runners are ineligible for the team championships. Division champions will have the first choice of lanes followed by schools with full teams. Each school will be allowed the maximum entry of seven runners with three alternates on the entry form for each division.Section IX. The course shall be officially measured and recorded prior to the meet. E. Deadline for entries set by the committee should be respected. when a school has a qualified runner that cannot compete. If possible. when a school has a qualified runner that cannot compete. Games Rules: Current National Federation edition of the Track and Field Rules. (3) spaces for identifying numbers of team members. The course should include varied terrain. Starting Positions A lot shall determine a school starting positions on the day of the meet. This policy does not apply when school are not competing as a team. Course The course will be three miles for the both boys and girls. Runners must remain within six feet of the line and the course must be clear of obstacles. For the State Meet. I. the championship team at the OIA Championships will qualify their top five (5) runners to the HHSAA State Meet. and the school has the minimum number of qualified runners to qualify for a team entry. Eligibility Participation will be limited to one run. If less than five runners of a team finish. All school runners will be identified by the school name printed on the front of their jerseys. Incomplete teams will then draw for the remaining lanes. All contestants must have participated in the current school year in an organized cross-country meet prior to the OIA Championships. Cross Country (Revised 06/2010) 1. the places of all members of that team shall be disregarded in determining team score. H. D. C. Identifying Numbers The host school will issue pull tag numbers for the championship meets. F. Scoring Follow National Federation edition of the Track and Field Rules. Eligibility All participants must have participated in an organized cross-country program for at least four weeks prior to the Oahu Interscholastic Association Championships. The first five runners scoring for a school shall determine the OIA Championships. A. The team that scores the lowest total points is the champion of the respective division. The top two placing teams at the OIA Championship should automatically qualify six runners for the HHSAA meet. (2) space for the regular team members and alternates. Entry Form An official entry form shall be used. For the State Meet. the host school should mark the course in total and provides guides one hour prior to meet time. Drawing for lane priority should be done at the coaches meeting. unless modified by the Oahu Interscholastic Association.

C. B. Divisions: Junior varsity and Varsity for boys and girls. Boys Junior Varsity 3.m. OIA JV Championship to be held one (1) week prior to the OIA Championship. The exiting team member will not be participating in the HHSAA State championship meet. Item C: Upon entry into Grade 9. (This will enable JV runners to compete in the Varsity Championship the following week. must be approved by the Executive Director. Western. Girls Junior Varsity 2. There will be no mixed gender in any championship race (Eastern. Eligibility. F. co-champions will be declared. The sites for OIA championships. G. 3. The open slot for the state travel stipend will be given to the individual who qualified in the 45 position. Teams will pick lanes at the coaches meeting.. and the host school Athletic Director. Girls Varsity 4. League Format A. Shoes are mandatory Awards: In case of a tie in the OIA Championship meets. Junior Varsity Division: All participants must meet the eligibility requirements of the League.2. Boys Varsity D.m. C. Section 3: Participation. Starting Times for OIA meets shall be at 9:00 a. The alternate runner will not receive a travel stipend. Sports Advisory Chairperson. Note: When non-qualifying alternates are used as a substitute for the team due to a substitution by the school: A. and OIA Championship). (By-Laws – Article I. 4. B. Running Order: 1. except on national collegiate testing dates when meets will begin at 3:00 p. A58 . HHSAA Representation: Each school’s (OIA) allotment of runners will be determined by the number of runners placing in the HHSAA allotment to the OIA in the OIA Championship. 6. 5. At the OIA JV and Varsity championships. a student shall be limited to two consecutive years of eligibility in Junior Varsity sports). All contestants are required to wear cross country uniforms designating their respective schools B. Saturdays. lanes will be numbered. Boys will run in boys races and girls will run in girls races. Equipment A. JV. Budget: refer to section on Sport Budget. E.

If Team A does not score and attempts a field goal and makes it. then start from the 20-yard line. If Team A makes the extra point they will have 7 points. out of bounds plays and first downs. that teams score is zero. loser of the overtime coin toss given first choice of the options. shall prevail at all games. In computing the relative standing of teams in football. and White.00 0.75 0. they will also attempt the extra point. It does not make any difference how many downs it took to score. If Team A scores a touchdown.875 White Tie 0. If Team A loses the ball due to a turnover. or a missed field goal. Both teams will start from the 20-yard line of their opponent. and injuries. First down is possible if team gains 10 or more yards. League Format A. on downs. Football (Revised 06/2010) 1. If they score less. Seniors may be recognized at their homecoming and/or their last home game on their field or at Aloha Stadium.00 0. Varsity Regular season games only will implement the following tie breaker procedure (1) (2) (3) Coin-toss to decide who will be on offense and defense and choice of goal. so long as the score is tied after each possession. West Red. they win the game. B. Mercy Rule: If at any time during the second half of the game if the winning team is leading by 35 or more points.75 0. A. they lose.375 White Loss 0. Every team in the league will play a seven (7) game schedule. revert back to regular rules. The clock will stop for time outs. A59 . the following points shall be assigned: Junior Varsity Varsity: East Red and West Red Win 2. Team B goes on offense and starts from the 20-yard line. administration of penalties.00 White Win 1. Team B attempts from the 20-yard line and if they score more than Team A.Section X. (4) (5) (6) 2. If a team loses the ball due to a turnover. score. If they tie. D. A White conference school may petition the league after each season to move to the Red conference. C. Each team will attempt to score from that point. change of possession.00 1. Inter-league games will not count in the season won-lost records. There will be three conferences – East Red.00 Standings and point totals for both varsity and junior varsity wins and ties will be tallied every two years which will determine teams for each conference for the following year. The order of priority would be according to B. The Red conferences will have seven teams each while the White will have eight teams. Should the lead go below 35. both teams start over again. The East Red and West Red conferences will play all the teams in their conference (6 games) and one inter-league (ILH) or crossover game with the other Red conference. the clock will not stop for incomplete passes. The White conference will play all teams in their conference. All legitimate captains are allowed to meet with officials during the pre-game ceremony. then they will have 3 points and Team B will go on offense. Game Rules The book of rules as provided by the National Federation of State High School Athletic Association. The remaining teams will comprise the White conference. except as modified herein.00 East Red and West Red Tie 1. The top seven (7) teams in each division will comprise the East Red and West Red Conferences.50 East Red and West Red Loss 0. Teams will be ranked in the East and West Divisions. Each will have a conference champion. end of the quarter.00 0.

but not including controlled scrimmages and play-off games. If Team A scores a touchdown. If Team A does not score and attempts a field goal and makes it. B. e. they lose. The schedule will be as follows: first 3 days = helmets only. The OIA JV Championship will be determined by a ten (10) team playoff between the top five (5) teams from the two red conferences. It does not make any difference how many downs it took to score. Each member school shall play not more than eleven (11) games including practice games. next 5 days = full pads. conference seeding and representation will be determined by the following: See OIA Administrative Policies Governing Sports: "Breaking Division Ties. team scrimmage may be held on the last day of spring football. The OIA Varsity Championship will be determined by a ten (10) team playoff between the top five (5) teams from the two red conferences. McKinley. #6. #5. whichever occurs first. Kaimuki. #2. If they score less. D. then they will have 3 points and Team B will go on offense. b. so long as the score is tied after each possession. Kalaheo. F. Both teams will start from the 20-yard line of their opponent. Four teams from the White Conference will playoff for two berths in the Division II state championship. Any post-season game must be sanctioned by the OIA and the HHSAA." 2) JV and Varsity OIA Play-Off Ties: The method to be used in play-off games that end in a tie: a. The top three teams from the East Red and West Red Conference will draw first round byes. The top three teams from the East Red and West Red Conference will draw first round byes. Fall practice (with equipment) shall start two full weeks prior to the first pre-season weekend. The dates of the ten days must be submitted to the OIA Executive Director and the OIA Football Advisor prior to the last state tournament. The ending date for football shall not be later than the first weekend of December. Season A. 3. E. #3. then start from the 20yard line. This would be in effect throughout the play-offs up to the OIA Championship games. Four teams from the White Conference will playoff for the White Conference Championship. etc. f. they will also attempt the extra point. There will be no "non-conference" game for the non-drop team. Spring Football will be allowed after the last state tournament on any ten consecutive days up and ending by the end of four weeks or June 13.C. etc. If a school drops its football program. loser of the overtime coin toss given first choice of the options. If a team loses the ball due to a turnover. The top three (3) teams from this playoff will qualify for the division I state championship. both teams start over again. If Team A makes the extra point they will have 7 points. that teams score is zero. the Red order of priority to accept a movement down would be Red #7. G. next 2 days = top half of pads. Coin-toss to decide who will be on offense and defense and choice of goal. rank (White #1. c. Team B attempts from the 20-yard line and if they score more than Team A. Farrington. if there are ties. or a missed field goal. Any JV or Varsity team participating in any play-off game will receive $200 if traveling to another site. and visiting teams traveling to Aloha Stadium receive $100 per team traveling (JV and Varsity) when it is their home game. d. First down is possible if team gains 10 or more yards. Conference and Play-Off Ties 1) JV and Varsity Conference Ties (to determine seeding and conference representation for the OIA Play-Offs): There shall be no play-off if there are conference ties in standings. any remaining games will be recorded as a loss for that school and a win for its opponent. Each team will attempt to score from that point. C. Varsity or JV. Kalani. Likewise.). they win the game. If they tie. If Team A loses the ball due to a turnover. A60 . on downs. Team B goes on offense and starts from the 20-yard line.

D. Home Teams: 1) The home team has the prerogative of half-time activities. the Red Conference JV teams will play a cross-over) and will play prior to the Varsity games at 5:00 p. and 4) use of footballs and kicking tees. In drawing the football schedule. JV Schedule: The JV will follow the Varsity's schedule (except during inter-league play. Wednesday would be the first day for any scrimmages. Awards: Budget : Refer to Section 1. 2) The home team will notify visiting teams of which side of the field they will use for pre-game warm up. the following is allowed: 1) pass league.m. D. 6. 8. For this two-week period of practice. 5. It has the right to pull a game away from a home site and put it into the Aloha Stadium. The Voit SF78. OIA Executive Director. Jerseys: All schools will be required to follow the rule book regarding proper numbers for JV and Varsity. scrimmages. E. Equipment A. The OIA ball for regular season and post-season games are the Spalding J5V. The home team shall wear the darker jerseys. Yard markers must be on both sides of the field unless both teams sit on one side. provisions shall be made for a seven (7) game schedule with teams playing against teams within their respective conference. Baden leather lace. No bags or eleven on eleven will be allowed. A61 . Refer to section on Sports Budgets. etc. on Saturdays. Alma Mater not to start until 25-minute pre-game warm-up has expired. 2) Hawaii Pono’i. 2) The committee shall make the schedule for the play-off games and set the dates and sites for JV and Varsity games. C. on Fridays and 4:00 p. 7. B. This shall be done prior to start of season. 3) Visiting Team. B. Miscellaneous A. the Sport Advisory Chairperson and one Athletic Director from each district. and pre-season games. Spalding J5V Advance and the Spalding Leather ball (Horween). This applies to both teams and players. Home teams must furnish two official balls and the visiting team may also use their own ball so long as they adhere to the above. 3) agility training.m. All Varsity games at home sites will start 25 minutes after the conclusion of the JV game. including East Red and West Red conference teams playing one crossover game or inter-league game.4. Wilson Rubber or Spalding rubber footballs are approved under wet conditions. 4) Home team. Weight training and conditioning under organized supervision throughout the year is allowable. Order of playing Alma Mater will be: 1) National Anthem. depending on the potential drawing attraction and security problems. Schedules: A. C. Down markers and chains must be on the opposite side of the press box. Following the last state tournament in May. B. Site Selection Committee 1) The committee shall consist of the Vice President of the OIA. 3) The committee may move game weeks around to promote games that draw larger crowds to be played at Aloha Stadium. 2) conditioning. Helmets may be used one week before equipment date. At least two calendar weeks of practice shall be required before regularly scheduled game may be played. No exceptions will be granted. Any player must have four practices (two-a-days) or 3 practices (one-a-day) in pads before participating in any scrimmage with another team. The school Alma Mater shall be sung prior to the Varsity game only. Any football approved by the National Federation can be used by a school for practice.

J. L. teams should be on the field for mandatory warm-up. officials will warn teams of the 3-minute warning. At the 10-minute mark. All bands and cheerleaders should exit the football field with six minutes remaining on the clock. (06/2005) School Sections for Aloha Stadium: st nd Designated Visitor teams: Mauka. the breakdown will be 12-minute mark warning. Recommend also that if the site coordinator feels that buses are parked too far away or that a large crowd may cause further delay.11 season: East Red Conference Kahuku Farrington Moanalua Castle Kaiser Kailua Roosevelt West Red Conference Leilehua Waianae Radford Mililani Campbell Kapolei Aiea White Conference Kalaheo Waipahu Kaimuki Pearl City Anuenue McKinley Nanakuli Waialua Kalani K. and 15 minute mark on the field. The second mentioned team will sit on and use the Mauka bleachers and locker room. Schedule for year two shall remain the same with home sites being switched from previous year. Stadium games: The first mentioned team will sit on and use the Makai bleachers and locker room. The team mentioned first on the original schedule is the home team. E. that he/she be authorized to inform the visiting school to start exiting before the six minute policy. (06/2005) All visiting Junior Varsity teams must leave at the conclusion of the game. 2) For varsity games. 1 game seating: HH. 1 game seating: N. and 14-minute mark on the field. For homecoming. the clock will start with 15 minutes. 2 game seating: NN st nd Designated Home teams: Makai. I. Gate 5. The home team will furnish the balls and provide the doctor. At the 12-minute mark. Filming of games by non-participating teams is allowed. 1) For JV games. Homecoming halftime will be 18 minutes for the varsity and the junior varsity will remain at 15 minutes. F. Gate 8. A62 . G. H. The clock will stop if one of the teams is not present on the field. Any team not on the field at that time will be charged a delay of game penalty. Half-time: For all regular season and post-season games. the varsity halftime will be 17 minutes and the junior varsity halftime will be 15 minutes. 2 game seating: H Varsity numbers drawn for 2010 . 13-minute mark warning.D. I.

Game Rules A. Players should report to the scorer’s table immediately upon completion of the round. B. Player 2. including hand signals. Schools with less than four (4) players will be allowed to participate for the individual honors tourney. (The regular season will consist of seven (7) tournaments. unless pace of play determines otherwise. Pairings will be determined according to the order established by the Tournament Chairperson or designee. Follow the USGA tie breaker rule to determine Team/Individual Champion if the elements or course doesn’t allow team/individual playoff and using the scorecards to determine Team/Individual Champion. Teams are requested to report one hour before tee-off time. There will be two divisions. Schools with less than three players will not qualify for the Team Championship. E. G. Coaches will submit their team roster and scorecards to the Tournament Chairperson or designee thirty minutes before the first tee time. Offering refreshments to any player is also prohibited. Spectators.g. two (2) for individual qualifying. The team score will be determined by the aggregate of the four (4) lowest scores for boys. There will be seven (7) competition tournaments. As much as possible. No advice or consultation will be permitted by any outside agency. Only five participants per team will be allowed on the golf course for boys. Each golfer will have his/her fellow competitor’s card for scoring and not his/her own. J. and the three (3) lowest scores for girls. Coaches: Instruction may be given between last green player holed out to the next tee. Practice time: No practice time is allowed during regular school hours. e. F. as long as play does not delay. Golf Boys and Girls (Revised 06/2010) 1. Caddying: No caddying is allowed in all OIA tournaments. League Format: A. Scorecards will be issued on the first tee. players from four (4) different schools in each division will comprise each foursome. both boys and girls will play other schools in its division per tournament using the collegiate scoring system. Rules committee will be comprised of two rules officials and the boys and girls golf advisors. H. Green Fees: Each school is responsible for player’s green fees. The local course rules plus USGA rules shall govern all OIA Tournaments. C. Honors for each succeeding holes will be determined by the scores of each player. Schools with less than three (3) players will be allowed to participate for the individual honors tourney. Boys will tee off from tees that course yardage will measure approximately 6500 yards in distance.) 1) To qualify for the Team Championship. Each girls team will consist of no more than (4) players. the Eastern and the Western. or communication. A penalty of two strokes will be assessed if a player violates the no practice rule. with any player. Only four participants per team will be allowed on the golf course for girls. and five (5) tournaments to determine the Team Championship qualifiers. The OIA golf season will consist of regular season 18-hole tournaments and two 18-hole rounds of Individual and Team Championships. Starting time: Starting time shall be on availability. I. if any. may not have contact. cheer. D.Section XI. between first green to second tee. 2) 3) 4) A63 . Breach of rule is disqualification. if allowed to be on the course. Girls will tee off from tees that course yardage will measure approximately 6000 yards in distance. No practice is allowed between the hole just completed and the next tee. Each boy’s team will consist of no more than five (5) players. Schools with less than four (4) players will not qualify for the Team Championship.

adjustments may be made to increase the number of qualifiers who meet the average scores criteria. If a school competing in the Team Championship has qualified more than five (5) boys or four (4) girls in the Individual Championship. OIA AD Roundtable meeting. and three (3) lowest for girls eighteen hole scores of each team will be used to determine the team score. Follow the USGA tie breaker rule. and top 32 girl players. The average score will be computed by averaging the best four (4) scores in the regular season. If allowed by the golf course. schools with four or more boys and three or more girls will compete in the OIA Team Championships. The top 52 boy players. Each girl’s team will consist of no more than four (4) qualified players. a sudden death playoff among those tied for first place. of Scores Used 4 4 4 4 A64 . The team with the lowest two-day aggregate will be the OIA Team Champion. (Revised 3/19/07. with an average score of 89 or better from the OIA League will qualify for the Individual Championship. There will be no cut for the second round. will be held. In order to qualify for the HHSAA Golf Tournament. In the event of a tie. it must designate the five (5) boys and four (4) girls whose scores are eligible for the Team Championship each round. OIA Individual Championship 1) The aggregate of two eighteen rounds of stroke play will determine the Individual Champion and fourteen (14) other places including ties. Each boy’s team will consist of no more than five (5) qualified players. Division Champion The Division Champion will be determined by the most points accumulated at the end of the regular season under the collegiate scoring system. C. 2) 3) 4) D. match card starting with hole number one will be used to break ties. including ties. In the case of a tie for the Individual Champion. B. The aggregate of four (4) lowest for boys. This would apply to the girl’s tournament. follow the USGA tie breaker rule. Adjustments in the average score can be made to encourage participation. co-champions will be declared. In the case of ties for second to fifteenth place. If darkness or the elements prevent a sudden death playoff. Team Championship will consist of only qualified players. Passed 11-7-2). all golfers must participate in both rounds of the OIA Individual and Team Championships. Participation in a minimum of four (4) tournaments is needed to qualify. OIA Team Championship 1) The OIA Team Championship will consist of two rounds. If there is a tie for first place in the final divisional standings. of Tournaments 4 5 6 7 No.with the lowest score after the completion of each hole has the honor to tee off first. 2) 3) SCALE TO COMPUTE AVERAGE: No.

no two players from the same school should be in the same foursome or threesome. Second round pairings will be based on first round scores of the OIA Championships. Players must drive along or with a coach if the course rules dictate. G. Equipment 1) 2) USGA Rules: Ball – USGA approved Uniform: Players are required to wear appropriate school designated golf attire at all courses where tournaments are played.4) The first round pairing will be determined by the player’s average score. 3) Postponements: To be rescheduled at the same course as soon as possible. the Golf Advisory Chairperson and the Executive Director will determine a site. 2) Tournaments should be played any weekday of the scheduled week. This allows flexibility in arranging starting times. 3) 4) F. Shoes must be worn. Hats must be worn appropriately. If the course is not available. E. Alternate spikes must be used where required. Players not complying will not be allowed to play. If possible. Exceptions may be made for disability or injury with a note from a physician. H. The use of motorized golf cart or pull cart is not allowed. A65 . Awards (Refer to Section I ) Budget (Refer to section on Sports Budget) Schedule 1) Playing sites shall be determined by availability of a course.

The Sport Advisor shall at random draw three weight divisions. Western Division Aiea Campbell Kapolei Leilehua Mililani Pearl City Waialua Waipahu 4. B. 145 lbs. W2 vs. E3. 122 lbs. A66 . E4. d. Judo (Revised 06/2010) 1. except as modified herein. 103 lbs. 132 lbs. winner (2) (One mat) 4) Tiebreaker procedures will prevail for all dual meets in the tournament. Female: 98 lbs. Officials A. Game Rules: The Contest Rules of the Current International Judo Federation. There shall be two divisions: Eastern Division Castle Farrington Kahuku Kailua Kaimuki Kaiser Kalani McKinley Moanalua Roosevelt Kalaheo B. winner of E2-W3 (Two mat) (2) Winner of W2-E3 vs. Weight Divisions Male: 108 lbs. 109 lbs. 172 lbs. 139 lbs.Section VIII. a. W3. 275lbs. 115lbs. E2 vs. 178 lbs. The matches shall be conducted in the order of the draw. 154 lbs. b. winner of E1-W4 Finals: winner (1) vs. 220 lbs. 220 lbs. 121 lbs. 3) Format: Quarter-Finals: W1 vs. League Format A. W4 Semi-Finals: (1) winner of W1-E4 vs. 2) The top four teams from each division shall participate in a single elimination team tournament for the OIA Dual Meet Championship. shall govern at all OIA matches. 198 lbs. The officials for OIA dual meet matches shall consist of one referee and at least one judge. During tournaments they may consist of one referee and two judges. (Four mat if possible) E1 vs. 2. 129 lbs. OIA Dual Meet Championships 1) The OIA Judo Dual Meet Championship will be determined by a play-off between the divisions. 114 lbs. 161 lbs. e. The Judo Commissioner shall be responsible for OIA matches. Any weight division that has a forfeit or medical injury is eliminated from the draw. The same procedure shall be followed if the tie is not broken after the three matches. The first team to win two matches breaks the tie. c. 3.

B. 2) Swearing: If a contestant swears during a match. Each school is allowed to enter one contestant per weight division. G. a penalty of 3 shido shall be awarded and five points shall be deducted from his teams score. A67 . Copies of each schools weigh-in sheet should be made available to each school. F. The scorer’s table shall announce the weight class and competitors prior to a match. Once the athlete enters the weigh-in area. B. all weight classes with competitors from both schools must be played. and no changes shall be allowed once the exchange has been consummated. The first weight class to be contested in a dual match will be determined by random draw. If copies cannot be produced.5. For example. C. The judo gi in OIA Judo will be standard white. Females shall wear a bathing suit or shorts and T-shirt. Total team points: 1) 2 points for Win. Judo Gi A. E. A contestant may step on the scale twice to make weight within the specified time. that weight class must also be forfeited in the next dual match. if player A scores a yuko. Teams shall exchange lineups prior to their dual meet. both yukos cancel out. This also includes the Team Championships. For contestants with judo gi in non compliance with regulations according to the Sokuteki. 0 point for Loss. and shall weigh-in barefooted. The scorers table shall record the weight of each competitor on the score sheet. B. then the master copy shall be posted or made available at the head table. A team that replaces a competitor for another shall forfeit the dual meet. E. All teams must weigh-in one and one-half (1 1/2) hour prior to the first dual meet at a specified site. During weigh-in. Coaches (listed on Form 435 or school recognized volunteers) shall conduct the official weigh-in for dual meets and tournaments. D. 2) Individual Match Scoring: 10 points win by ippon or equivalent 7 points win by wazari or equivalent 5 points win by yuko or equivalent 0 points draw 3) All cancelled out points shall not count in the match points. Athletes cannot dehydrate. A referee or authorized person shall supervise the random draw. they will not be allowed to leave. shorts. the contestant will be given two minutes to change. A certified scale shall be available at the host site during weigh-in for dual and individual matches. Weigh-in procedures and certification A. 6. A contestant may enter one weight division above his actual weight. Penalties A. Failure to meet the two minute deadline will result in a shido plus a shido for every 2 minutes thereafter. 1 point for Tie. 8. the actual weight of the contestant shall be written on the weigh-in sheet. C. Dual Matches A. If a team forfeits a weight class. Male contestants shall strip to underwear. After the dual match sheets are exchanged. or less and be barefooted. F. and player B also scores a yuko. or less. The draw will take place immediately following the conclusion of weigh-ins. Forfeiture score shall be 100-0. G. D. 7. Unsportsmanlike Conduct 1) Five points shall be deducted from the total team scores for each unsportsmanlike conduct violation during dual matches.

Contestant will not be allowed to participate for the rest of the day. Bridging while in osaekomi (press for score): For OIA Judo. tantrum throwing. In special situations. second infraction will be Hansoku Make.m. Open Tournaments A. Coaches shall be allowed to coach from their seats or from behind the seated team. An individual Judo Championship tournament shall be held to determine an OIA Champion in each weight division. with weighins at 4:00 p. Exhibition Matches A. and on Saturday at 9:00am.m. 9.. taunting. except if osaekomi is already called. discussion by coaches should determine the seed of a participant. (Principals Approved) = Hansoku Make. punching. Choke Hold: The chokehold is not allowed at OIA Judo matches. It is the referee's prerogative to warn or eject a coach or player if they are in any way interfering with the match. and on Saturdays at 10:30 a. biting. 2) When a defender steps out of bounds when the offensive man's throw is not continuous. B. B. Unless otherwise modified. Warm-up time shall be five minutes for each team. C. dual meets shall be held on weekdays at 5:00 p. B. 14. Length of matches will be three (3) minutes or less. B. weigh-ins on Weekdays will begin at 4:00 p. Flagrant Hansoku Make (unsportsmanlike acts. when the player is on top of his/her contestant for newaza or osaekomi and his/her contestant who is on his/her back over-bridges (neck past vertical-acute angle with the body) which places the player in a dangerous position. 13. C. with weigh-ins at 9:00am. During dual match competition. B. B. Any armlock or armbar = Hansoku Make. etc. The penalty for any violation of the leg grab rule will be one shido for the first offense and a technical Hansoku Make for the second offense.3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) After a match is completed. When the required three meters width safety area on a mat cannot be met. A68 . the coaches and players on each team shall be seated approximately nine feet from edge of the contest area.). such as swearing. Exhibition matches shall take place after dual matches are complete. 10. 11. 12. Ejection is for the remainder of the day. Contest time shall be four minutes per match. Unless otherwise modified. Individual Tournament A. Each school will be allowed to enter two participants per weight division. if a contestant or coach should swear. Technical Hansoku Make: Contestant will be allowed to participate in the next match. Safety Area A. a minimum width of two meters may be used. a penalty of five points shall be deducted from their team score. Weigh-ins 1) A contestant may step on the scale twice to make weight.m. At least three to four mats shall be used in the opens.m. Dual Match Times A. the following edge of the mat rules will be applied: 1) When more than half the body of one contestant is outside the contest area in newaza or mat work position. the bridging player will be first warned. D. When the two-meter safety area is used. Bench and Bench Conduct A.

kicking. The first copy stays with the host site to report the results to the press. 2) Consolation matches are to be three minutes.15. 3) The official and the coach may approach the appeals committee after the match is completed and before signing of the match card. Schedule: The league schedule is based on the standards of the previous girls team records. H. and 5th shall be four minutes. contestants or coaches who display displeasure or conduct themselves in a manner unbecoming of the sport of judo shall be warned for the first offense. When possible. 3) Coaches are not allowed to step on the mat while coaching or protesting. If the contestant fails to make weight on the first scale. except finals. Tournament Format A 64-person bracket. A contestant shall weigh in only for one weight class during the weigh-in period. a contestant may step on and off that scale two times to allow for mechanical inconsistencies in the scale. Coaches will be warned than ejected. Times for Matches 1) All winner bracket matches are to be four minutes. Statistics 1) The host school shall be responsible for the calling in of scores and the results immediately after the dual matches. activities that promote dehydration are prohibited. During the time off scale(s). a contestant may step on and off the first scale two times to allow for mechanical inconsistencies in that scale. 3) If a contestant fails to make weight for the weight class on the entry form. The weigh in shall proceed through the weight classes beginning with the lowest weight class and end immediately upon completion of the highest weight class. 2) The appeals committee shall consist of three members. 5) The official shall sign the match card to certify the decision. The second offense shall result in disqualification from the tournament. a 32-person or 16-person format may be used. The contestant or coach shall leave the premise for the remainder of the day. etc. Misconduct 1) After the conclusion of a match. If only one scale is available. A69 . F. G. 6) The decision of the appeals committee shall be final and not subject to any appeal. except finals. displaying extreme displeasure. biting. Protest and Appeal Procedures: 1) There shall be an appeals committee for the OIA Individual Championship matches. 4) Sudden death overtime shall be 2 minutes match time with the Golden Score Rule implemented in case of ties. that contestant will be disqualified from participating. The second 2) 16. modified double elimination format shall be used. Contestants shall not leave the designated weigh-in area unless permission is granted by the meet administration. shall result in immediate disqualification from the tournament. 3) All matches for the finals: 1st. E. 4) The appeals committee shall render a decision to the official and the coach. Miscellaneous A. 2) Flagrant misconduct such as the use of profanity. If multiple scales are available. 3rd. 2) Schools shall send in the results of their individual contestants to the advisory chairperson for seeding purposes 3) The home team is responsible for producing four copies of the dual meet results. All contestants shall be present in and remain in the designated weigh-in area at the time established by the meet administration. punching. head butting. The contestant or coach shall leave the premise for the remainder of the day. the contestant shall immediately step on each available scale one time in an attempt to make weight.

) 5) A maximum of two visits by the athletic trainer per athlete during a match will be allowed. Long Hair: In OIA Judo. Awards: Budget: Refer to OIA Handbook .. 4) Athletic trainer may provide appropriate care for the health and well being of the athlete. C. etc. Injury time Out: 1) As many trainers on the mat as needed 2) Athletic trainers may touch and freely examine an athlete 3) There will be a total of two (2) minutes for evaluation of all injuries per athlete. the player will be allowed unlimited amount of times to re-tie his/her hair. Also. the use of a nose plug and Vaseline to control a nosebleed is allowed. 2) Application of Vaseline on a cut lip is allowed. Bells are not to be used when visible electronic clocks are used. (e. 7) The final decision as to whether an injured contestant shall continue to compete shall be made by the attending athletic trainer. Clocks and Bells: Bells are to be used only when hand held timers are used. 6) During the match the athletic trainer or coach may call the injury to the attention of the official.Sport Budget 19. 4) A maximum of two coaches per mat will be allowed for each participating school. Blood Time Out: 1) There will be a total of four (4) minutes (running time) to attend to blood injuries per athlete during a match. may apply bandage.g. 5) Unless arrangements are made otherwise. 17. copy is given to the visiting school. and tape but not to support a limb. 3) Application of tape to cover a bandage is allowed. 20. Coaches will select the Player of the Year and Coach of the Year for both genders. The last copy is for the home team. The official will give a verbal countdown and the timer must go onto the mat. asthma medication. Equipment and Supplies Wrestling mats Stop watches Side mats Towels Mat tapes Whistles Paper towels Scoring apparatus (Judo) Cotton wads Blue sashes Spray bottles (Bleach/Water Mix) Tables Chairs Clocks Boundary ropes 3 set of flags per a mat 18.Section I Refer to OIA Handbook . which is the first team listed on the schedule. Pure White Shirt: Female contestants are allowed to have designs on their white or off-white tee shirts or leotards. The third copy goes to the Judo Advisor.B. Trainers may attend to the blood injury as many times as allowed in the four minutes. Clean up of the mat and gi are not included in the four minutes. All-Star Selection: Judo all-stars will come from the top two places in the OIA Divisional Championship Tournament. A70 . shall provide the scorekeepers and timers for the dual match. On the third visit the athlete will forfeit the match. F. D E. the home team.

A71 . 4. as soon as the last canoe from the previous race reaches shore. the green flag will be raised signifying the start of the race. A racing crew will consist of no more than six paddlers. 7. Flags shall have a minimum dimension of thirty inches (30"). the yellow flag will be waved for approximately five (5) seconds. If interference is claimed. shall be made of lightweight. All starts shall be in accordance with the instructions from the starter. Lanes: 1. b. The holders are not allowed to push the canoe on the start. the yellow flag will be dropped and the red will be raised. Only coaches shall be allowed up on the official stand to fulfill any obligations or to discuss any business necessary to the progress of the regatta/race. There will be absolutely no saving of spaces for tents prior to any regatta. A paddler may participate in a maximum of two (2) races at a regatta. the canoe not in its assigned lane will be disqualified. 3. 2. Starts and Finishes: 1. General Rules: 1. All schools will remain in assigned lanes. one at each end of the course. not in high school. A canoe not on the starting line in time for the official start shall have no right to protest on the grounds of an unfair start. Then. 5. any part of the canoe may touch the flag. etc. 8. Randomly. 7. C. All canoes must finish the race in their assigned lane or be disqualified. A yellow flag will be displayed from the official boat for a maximum of five (5) minutes. When two (2) canoes approach each other from opposite directions within the same lane. 2. The OIA lane drawing to follow HCRA procedures. A team representative or coach will be required to attend. Canoes shall keep in their respective lanes and in no way interfere with other participating canoes. Each canoe must start and finish with a full crew of six (6) paddlers. No crews are allowed to re-enter the racecourse until the last canoe in the event crosses the finish line. Each lane shall be designated by two flags of the same color. 4. All canoes must remain in their own lanes. Lane drawing/Season (not championships) For season regattas Only one representative from each school shall be in the vicinity of the lane drawing (area) The number pill will determine the order to choose lanes. D. 4. with the dropping of the red flag. HHSAA Office. or as determined by the OIA/Race Director.Section XIII. 6. Outrigger Canoe Paddling (Revised 06/2010) A. quick-drying cloth and as far as practicable. The canoe is in the wrong lane on the start. Once the bow crosses the finish line. Any rules pertaining to the operation of canoe paddling can only be made at the coaches evaluation meeting unless such rules are mandated and handed down from any superior such as the OIA Office. B. 2. 3. each canoe should occupy as nearly as possible the one-half (1/2) width of the lane nearest its own line of flags so that the canoes will pass each other between adjoining flags. The canoe extends over the starting line. Racing crews may be disqualified at the start of the race for the following reasons: a. All boat holders must be 18 years old. Course: The official OIA racecourse shall be 1/4 mile in length and shall be laid out in equal lanes no less than eighty feet (80') wide. shall be covered with colors such that no two (2) adjacent lanes shall have the same colored flag. 3. 5. Drawing of lanes shall take place on the Wednesday night prior to the race. 6. Each canoe in the race may have no more than two (2) canoe holders in the water at the start.

A different protest committee of coaches for each regatta will be selected at the advisory meeting. Under heavy wind conditions. I. At the end of the ten (10) minutes. No noisemakers: To include all manmade but not limited to: bullhorns/cowbellsmegaphones/marching band. G.notice should be given at that time of protesting call J. All turns shall be left (or ama) turns around assigned lane flags. will be determined by the times of the previous regatta. Use of an ineligible paddler(s) will result in the disqualification of the crew. Protests of an Official Judgements made by Water Officials -Follow OIA procedures -When a school is notified of infraction . Swamping: A canoe that swamps during a race may be bailed out by its crew and proceed in the race. E.Representative shall be a coach/student or representative Lane Drawings If your club/school is not in that particular race then you will skip your turn Schools will be divided by Eastern and Western divisions The line-up on the table will be in alphabetical order From the evening of the 1st drawing meeting it shall start with the first school/club in Alphabetical order Subsequent lane drawings thereafter shall be the next person in alphabetical order Lane Drawing for Championship Races: Schools will be ranked in descending order The top seeded position shall be able to select their choices of lanes. Penalties: 1.conch shells-drums. then proceed in descending order In the event of a tie in (accumulation of points) for seeding (purpose). A combination of long distance races and regattas will be incorporated beginning with the 2010-11 paddling season. In the event of adverse weather conditions. at the discretion of the race director. Turns: 1. whistles/firecrackers-air horn. the disqualification rule on touching the flags may be waived for the start only. 2. H. All of the above are prohibited during the race Protests: Protests. the crew will be disqualified. each canoe shall maneuver in such a way as to occupy as nearly as possible the one-half (1/2) width of the lane nearest its own line of flags so that the canoes will pass each other hull to hull. League format: 1. Canoes may touch the flag during the turn. A72 . 2. Adverse Conditions: 1. There can be a maximum of 6 regattas or a maximum of 6 F. but if at any time the canoe causes the flag to touch the water. the water officials shall declare the crew disqualified and shall provide assistance to return the canoe to shore. for any reason. Where canoes assigned to adjoining lanes occupying the same lane during a turning maneuver. must be submitted in writing by a coach and presented to the race director. the race may be cancelled. 2. There shall be a ten (10) minute time limit to do so.

Kailua. Moanalua. Each long distance/regatta will include the following divisions: i. Farrington.2. Awards: Medals shall be awarded in accordance with the OIA current practice in other sports Budget: The Na Opio Canoe Racing Association (NOCRA) shall be the official sponsor of the program at no cost to the OIA Uniforms: All schools must be in uniform (tops only) by the first regular season regatta. 9. Castle. Kaimuki. Campbell. 3. the race will start in lane 2. All long distance races will gradually progress in distance beginning with a length determined by the coaches and the OIA Sport Advisor and Race Director. Six man canoe . Disqualified (DQ) team/teams that race will receive 0 points for participation. The season can also be broken down into a combination of both. Kahuku. 8. Races will start from lane 3 when there are 10 or less crews. Miscellaneous: Refer to the HCRA Racing Rules for clarification when needed. All canoes should be rigged with ropes. Roosevelt. Race Scoring: Scoring system to follow that of HCRA. Eastern Division Teams: Anuenue. L. JV MIXED iv. 10. Mckinley. The first place team will receive one more point than the amount of teams participating. All JV races shall be 1/2 mile in length with one turn. Western Division Teams: Aiea. 5. Kalani. VARSITY Female v. The OIA Eastern and Western Division Champions will be determined by the accumulation of points through the first 5 regattas. Halau Ku Mana. Wooden paddles 3. Halau Lokahi. VARSITY MIXED Mixed crews to consist of 3 males and 3 females. Straps may be added in addition to ropes. Waianae. 7. The top six place finishers in the Eastern and the Western Division will race in the first heat of the 6th regatta to determine the OIA Champion. VARSITY Male vi. 2. When there are 11 crews in 1/2 mile races. Kaiser. Leilehua. long distance races in the paddling season. Waipahu. As of 2007-2008 there will be No Consolation Races on Championship Day and no Division B Races throughout the season. Mililani. The remaining crews will race in the 2nd heat to determine the rest of the places. Kalaheo. JV Female ii. 4. A73 . M. Racing Distance: i. 6.specifications shall meet the Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association's (HCRA) specifications and weighed before used. Waialua. All VARSITY races shall be 1 mile in length with one three turns iii. N. Pearl City. K. Radford. Equipment: 1. O. ii. JV Male iii. Failure to do so will result in disqualification from that event. Nanakuli. Kapolei. Example: 10-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 when there are 9 teams participating. Scoring to reflect one more point than the amount of teams participating in either the Eastern or Western Division.

#6. Likewise. It will be based on a two-year cycle. The top seven (7) teams in each division will comprise the East Red and West Red Conferences. Junior varsity during the regular season will use one official and each team shall provide one linesmen. G. D. junior varsity and varsity championship tournaments. The White will play two rounds against the same conference and one round against the opposite conference. Varsity: East Red and West Red Win 2. Play-off games and Championship games: If game ends in a tie.75 White Loss 0. the HHSAA tie breaker procedure will be used.00 East Red and West Red Tie 1. JV Girls games will consist of two 35-minute halves with a 5-minute halftime. The order of priority would be according to rank (White #1. C. etc. I. (1) Divisional champions will be determined by the most points accumulated for the season: 3 for win. The White will play two rounds against the same conference and one round against the opposite conference. A three-man officiating system will be used for all varsity games. The home team coach is to evaluate officials and mail the card as soon as possible. East White. 1 for tie and 0 for loss. the Red order of priority to accept a movement down would be Red #7. F. C. #5. Placement / movement in divisions will be based on the OIA Power Rating System. There will be four divisions for the boys: East Red. J. League Format A. If only one official is available for the varsity game they will follow the same format as the junior varsity. H. West White. The visiting team may also submit an evaluation card. Home site coach will have the referee fill out the official evaluation card before each game. Soccer (Revised 06/2010) 1. The remaining teams will comprise the White conference. The field of play will have a minimum width of 55 yards. A White conference school may petition the league after each season to move to the Red conference. Varsity games will consist of two 40-minute halves with a 5-minute halftime. There will be four divisions for the girls: East Red. All schools shall submit a copy of their numerical team roster to the Advisory Chairperson prior to the start of the season and head coaches before each game. If there are two officials for the varsity game they will use the two-man officiating system. Teams will be ranked in the East and West Divisions. E. All red cards will result in a one game suspension for players and coaches. Teams shall face each other on opposite sides of the field. League standings shall be determined on a point system: 3 for win.00 East Red and West Red Loss 0.00 Standings and point totals for varsity wins and ties will be tallied every two years which will determine teams for each conference for the following year. B. #3. A74 . West Red. etc.).Section XIV. West Red. West White. Game Rules The National Federation rules will prevail except for the following modifications: A. B. The Junior Varsity will play in the same division as their Varsity. 1 for tie and 0 for loss. D. East White.00 White Win 1.75 White Tie 0. #2. 2.

Refer to Section 1 for uniform tie breaker procedure. Miscellaneous A. A75 . B. Refer to section on Sports Budget. (3) (4) (5) (6) 3. Equipment A. Any coach in violation will be issued a red card if this rule is not followed. Refer to Section I. Coaches should continue to evaluate the officials by the checklist postcard. E2. The date and location to be announced at the advisory committee meeting.(2) There shall be no play-off of divisional ties. Coaches are highly recommended to ask the officials' association to present clinics on rules at their respective school prior to start of league play. Officials' meetings are open to the coaches. Girls Varsity White Division: The top three teams from the East White Conference and West White Conference advance to the OIA White Division Championship Tournament. 7. The OIA Red Division Championship Tournament will be a 12-team single elimination tournament in a championship and consolation format. Home team wears light. OIA Play-Offs (1) Boys Varsity Red Division: The top six teams in the East Red and West Red Conferences will proceed into the OIA Red Division Championship Tournament. bracketing. 4. The OIA White Division Championship Tournament will be a 6-team single elimination tournament in a championship and consolation format. 5. All players will be uniformly attired. It is recommended that a restraining line surround the field of play 12 feet from the sideline. Winners play for the Championship. and breaking of divisional ties to be conducted at seeding meeting held prior to the OIA Play-off. E. The home team is responsible for the game ball and setting up nets if the site is a public park. W2 and W1 vs. The second game of the day shall start 15 minutes after the conclusion of the first game. All teams must have two sets of uniforms. The East shall play on Wednesday and Saturday and the West shall play on Tuesday and Friday. B. The OIA Red Division Tournament will be a 12-team single elimination tournament in a championship and consolation format. D. Seeding. 6. (2) Boys Varsity White Division: The top three teams from the East White Conference and West White Conference advance to the OIA White Division Championship Tournament. B. Visitors wear dark. C. Any conflict of colors. Awards: Budget: Schedule A. Officials will select ball from the home team’s supply of balls. Girls Varsity Red Division: The top six teams in the East Red and West Red Conferences will proceed into the OIA Division I Championship Tournament. the home team will make the adjustments. E1 vs. Junior Varsity: A four-team single elimination tournament will consist of the two top finishers of the East and West to play for the OIA Championship. The OIA White Division Championship Tournament will be a 6-team single elimination tournament in a championship and consolation format.

West White (Division II). etc. on weekdays.50 East Red and West Red Loss 0. The remaining teams will comprise the White conference. The home team will take the field one half (1/2) hour prior to game time.m. B. The order of priority would be according to rank (White #1. Televised games may deviate from regularly scheduled game days and times. the following method shall be used: 2 points for a win. J. I.Section XV. Failure to touch a base and tagging up becomes an appeal play.). F. #2. B. #3. Time of Games Varsity: 3:30 p. H. C. E. The Junior Varsity with play in the same divisions as their varsity. The top seven (7) teams in each division will comprise the East Red and West Red Conferences. etc. In the event there are not enough teams as determined by the OIA. JV / Varsity: 3:00 pm.00 0. It will be based on a two-year cycle. Appeals must be made according to the National Federation Rules.00 0. 10:00 a. then the JV divisions will be combined. No Protests are allowed. shall prevail at all games.m. 2. League Format A. JV: 10:00 a. on Saturday. There will be four divisions: East Red (Division I). The home team will be responsible to check the field and notify the umpires two hours prior to game time when the field is unplayable. White East (Division II). Softball (Revised 06/2010) 1. D.00 Standings and point totals for varsity wins and ties will be tallied every two years which will determine teams for each conference for the following year. The starting pitcher is allowed to have 12 warm up pitches in the first inning. Likewise.m. K. No smoking or any form of tobacco in the dugout and on the field of play.m. #6.875 White Tie 0. on weekdays and two hours prior to game time on weekends. the Red order of priority to accept a movement down would be Red #7. In computing the standings in the regular round.00 0. on weekdays. The home team will also designate the home team dugout. #5. A. D. Teams will be ranked in the East and West Divisions.m. 3:30 p. The visiting team should check with the home team prior to leaving at about 1:00 p. Innings: Seven-inning game.75 0. A White conference school may petition the league after each season to move to the Red conference. Varsity: Junior Varsity East Red and West Red Win 2. Placement / movement in divisions will be based on the OIA Power Rating System. and 0 points for a loss. Each team will have ten minutes. Umpires: Two for each game when possible. Runs: Twenty-five runs after four innings of play or Ten-run ruling after five innings of play Except for the OIA Championship Game. A73 .375 White Loss 0. West Red (Division I). 1 point for a tie. Home Team The home team is responsible for notifying the visiting team if and when the field is unplayable. G. except as modified herein. C.00 White Win 1.00 East Red and West Red Tie 1.00 1.75 0. Pitch: Fast pitch. on Test Days. on Saturday. Game Rules The National Federation Rules on Softball. a game is complete if a team is ten runs behind and has completed its turn at bat.

unless specified by the Executive Director. A74 . C. Championships: Dates. Season: All teams will follow "Start Date Policy" in Administrative Section.E. G. Refer to Section 1. Head wear. Teams will be uniformly attired with the socks having matching colors. Week starts on Monday and ends on Saturday of the same week. American Flag. Tie Breakers 1) 2) Refer to "Administrative Rules Governing Sports. 5. the Executive Director will enforce the changes. or award recognition stickers given by the school. Dudley SB12LND. Any regular scheduled tie game that was not able to be replayed prior to the end of the season and have no bearing on division leadership will stand as complete. Postponements Postponed games will be played on first available date in the order of occurrence. sites. In the case of an emergency. then the first team listed will be recognized as the home team. Equipment A. 6. Final standings from this regular season play will determine the division winners. 3. WTL-12. Any game completing five or more innings of play will be considered as a game played. Junior Varsity: A four-team single elimination tournament with the top two teams from the East Red and West Red in the Division I Junior Varsity Championship. play (1) on any available field that is playable. Varsity: The top six teams in each division tournament will proceed into the OIA championship tournament. Debeer DB12ASA. H. Softball helmet markings allowed are: school logo. Regular season games ending in ties will be rescheduled as postponed games. Games to be played No team shall play more than four games a week during the regular season. All regular scheduled tie games will be rescheduled as in postponed games. The East White and West White conferences will play two rounds against the same conference and one round against the opposite conference. Two schools may. Rawlings ASA100. Hardwood 100CN 12. Optic Yellow and the state adopted softballs must be used. Playing Sites First named team is home team. They will be responsible for prepping the field. and times shall be determined by the advisory committee chairperson and the Executive Director. B. 4. B. . (2) on the visiting home field. F. C. Refer to section on Sports Budget. F. The OIA tournament will be a 12-tearn single elimination tournament in a championship and consolation format. Starting with 2010-2011 JV Softball season the a double first base will be used for all league and playoff games if available. A four-team single elimination tournament with the top two teams from the East White and West White in the Division II Junior Varsity Championship. D. Metal cleats will be optional. Coaches will be uniformly attired but may be different from the team (no jeans). E. 7." Section 1. by mutual agreement. all or nothing—all hats or all visors or all headbands or none at all. The Varsity Division II will have the top three teams from the East White Conference and West White Conference proceed into the OIA Championship playoffs. If a site is pre-determined by the OIA. Awards: Budget: Schedule A. Alternate home field will be selected by the Advisory Committee. The East Red and West Red conferences will play a home and away schedule.

A75 . During this time. starting on Wednesday and ending on Saturday. 2) The next game will start ten minutes after completion of the previous game. 4) Softball will follow same championship bracketing as baseball. 7) Play offs will be played on four consecutive days. The official game ball will be the Optic Yellow. 6) Suspended Game: If game is called before 41/2 innings due to weather. Statistics: All teams shall keep and send their own statistics and individual statistics to the responsible Sports Advisory Committee Chairperson after every home game. 3) Infield practice will be taken off the main diamond. B. OIA Championships 1) Start times will be determined by the advisory committee. C.m.Miscellaneous A. 5) The home team will be determined by higher seed or. in case of a tie. Home team scorebook shall be the official scorebook. it will be considered a suspended game. official conferences and setting up of each team bench will take place. by coin-toss. This game will be completed at a later time and resumed from point of suspension. Game times will start no earlier than 1:00 p.

alternating each year. Equipment A. WEST 2 WEST 1 VS. The East with eight teams will play a one round seven game schedule and the West with six teams will play a one round five game schedule. refer to official OIA Tie breaking system. The home site team shall be responsible for informing newspapers of scores. Opposing coaches shall exchange line-ups at the starting time. The exchange line-up must contain names of eligible players for default matches. Girls’ and boys’ divisions will be determined separately. 3. G. and ACT start time on Saturdays 2 pm. A coach or adult representative must be present at all matches to render decisions when/if a problem arises. Ranking: The top four players may play only first and second doubles position. Boys and Girls (Revised 06/2010) 1. A79 E. League Format A soft tennis game or contest between schools will consist of three boys’ doubles matches and three girls’ doubles matches. If a player is absent. League scoring will be by accumulating one point for each match won during a game or contest between schools. B. Regular soft tennis balls and rackets in which the strings have not been altered to affect the spin of the ball will be recognized as the official equipment for the OIA league matches. The contest will begin at 9:00 am. In case of a tie for first two places in the conference. On a Saturday with the GIRLS contest playing first. no matches played by the team shall be counted in the standings. H. The league shall be divided into two divisions.) GIRLS: EAST 1 VS. Only players and a coach or an adult representative will be allowed on the court during a match. Game Rules The OIA rules as provided herein shall prevail at all games. WEST 2 WEST 1 VS. I. followed by the BOYS contest. the coach has the option to default that match or move other players up the ladder according to the ranking. D. A.Section XVI. (*SAT. Number one ranked players must play first doubles. No spectators are allowed on the courts. EAST 2 If any school withdraws from the league after the league matches have started. Section 1. Players should be rated strongest to weakest. Soft Tennis. no later than two days after the match. J. BOYS and GIRLS Team Championships will be played at a determined East or West site. C. EASTERN DIVISION Castle Kailua Kaimukï Kaiser Kalaheo Kalani McKinley Roosevelt WESTERN DIVISION Aiea Campbell Kapolei Leilehua Moanalua Pearl City Waipahu 2. F. EAST 2 BOYS: EAST 1 VS. ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES GOVERNING SPORTS.PSAT. .

Tournament play will begin from top to bottom. Matches may start no later than ½ hour after the designated starting time (default after grace period). On testing dates that have been determined by the OIA. A. then matches will be postponed upon the completion of an even number of games. Changes in schedule may be made only in cases of emergency. G. Scheduling difficulties shall be referred to the Advisory Chairperson and Executive Secretary. etc. If the total number of possible teams exceeds the 32-man bracket. Both partners must check in. A doctor’s certificate must be presented to the host school and/or advisory chairperson before the match. League matches will be played on Saturday at 9:00 a. Uniform at post-season: Everyone must be in regular season team uniform or they shall not play. finishing the first round before proceeding to the next rounds. 7.m. All team members of every match must be present at the start of the first match or shall forfeit that match. revert to the four team limit. Postponed matches shall be made up in order of occurrence. D. 4) The Athletic Director in charge of soft tennis will be requesting that each school be assessed for providing balls in the Doubles Championship as in other sports such as tennis. Entry Forms: The host school will distribute regular entry forms at the first advisory meeting. If the lights cannot be turned on. The host Athletic Director or Advisory Chairperson.Players will use identical team shirts and similar colored shorts or skirts. B. Cut-off jeans or shorts and skirt mixture will not be allowed. F. the lights will be turned on ½ hour prior to darkness to allow matches to be completed or to advance in tournament. Matches may be moved up. The post-season tournament will be played at schools or sites with four courts from both the East and West sites each year. assuming courts are available. Shoes are mandatory. Budget Refer to section on Sports Budget. 4.m. The post-season will start after OIA Team Championship Tournament. Host School Tournament Director 1) The director will have the power to enforce rules as stated. At matches or tournament sites with court lights. Schedule A single round-robin with every school playing each other once. any participant must have been on a team roster for at least one match.SAT or ACT. Schools will be allowed to enter more than four teams as long as the total does not exceed the 32-man bracket. Matches postponed on Saturday to be rescheduled for Monday. Players should refrain from using lewd and/or distracting apparel. all athletic activities will begin at 3:00 p. Grace period starts from ½ hour prior to scheduled starting time. For the Doubles Tournament. For the post-season tournament. The site committee shall determine sites. 5. alternating East or West sites each year. 2) There shall be a 15 minute grace period before a DEFAULT is determined. 6. Sites will be determined by the site committee. 3) Boys and girls check in at the scorer’s table. E. for all students to take either the PSAT. All coaches involved must be notified. C. The four teams from each site will play for the OIA Doubles Tournament Championships. or Executive Secretary should be consulted in A80 . Awards Refer to Section 1. Post-Season Tournament A. 2) Coach may use players not already listed in the tournament. H. There shall be no last minute changes in the post-season tournament save for the following exceptions: 1) Medical reasons. each school will be allowed no more than four doubles teams in both boys and girls. Additional Post-Season Rules 1) Participants must check in at least ½ hour prior to starting time. B.

B. Schools should be notified via US mail postmarked three days prior to match. The home team is responsible to send in the results. case of any deviations from the rules. This way every school’s number 1 ranked team will be seeded in the first round. the number one ranked player must play in the number one doubles team. Ranking shall be exchanged at the first advisory meeting. he should be ranked accordingly. Entries not turned in properly may result in nonparticipation in the tournament. 8. Only the number two ranked player can move down. 2) Entries must either be brought to seeding meeting or telephoned to the tournament host school prior to the meeting. Re-ranking: Re-ranking may be done at mid-season if desired. 3) Sample of seeding with a 32 and 64 team bracket follows rules. Random draw other seeds to fill brackets. C. 4) In the individual championships. The advisory chairperson will try to have a midseason standing mailed to all schools. The host school Tournament Director will meet with the Executive Secretary prior to the seeding meeting to go over tournament seeding procedures. 2) Seed top teams for each school with first and second on opposite ends. All coaches affected by the change should be notified at least one day in advance. The date shall be set at the first advisory meeting. A responsible adult must be present at all matches if coach for team cannot be present. 2. A81 . Miscellaneous A. Coaches may send an adult representative. The home team coach will act as referee for decision making and interpretation of rules. If a new student enters the school. E. D. but not a student. Results: MAIL in results through US mail to the advisory chairperson’s school. and so on down to the last team. Result sheets will be passed out to each school at the first coaches’ meeting.I. Protest: Follow OIA Constitution and By-Laws procedure. Seeding Procedures 1) The win/loss record of each school’s number one ranked team will determine their seeding in the first round with the best records seeded 1.

on Thursdays. on Saturdays. Swimming. Adjustments to the starting time of the meet can be made with the approval of the advisory committee chairman.M. 10. swimmers that have been disqualified. 4. 3. Results of all meets: A copy of the entire meet shall be recorded and delivered to the newspaper. The participant’s alternates shall not be counted as an entry until the competitor actually competes in the event. Boys and Girls (Revised 06/2009) l. The host school will list three (3) people to act as the meets protest committee.) 9. and each participating school. The OIA Championship shall be a trials-finals meet. diskette. Starting times and days will be adjusted at the advisory or seeding meetings for all dates that conflict with the SAT or other Achievement Exams. 2. Diving trials shall be at 4:00 P.A. 5. The OIA Championship shall be scored to 12 places (six consolation and six championship heat. The qualifiers. Host schools are responsible for assisting with site responsibilities and providing the panel for the meets protest committee. Relay Championship. Girls and boys shall be scored separately in all O. 6.) Diving score sheets shall be submitted one (1) hour before the diving event starts or as designated on the meet notice. the meet shall have a public address system. Executive Director. All swimming entries must have an entry time. Prior to the start of the event. For all relay events: National Federation Rules allows for the teams/schools that qualify for a relay event. (the school) may enter their relay teams without individual names. The host school’s Athletic Director or a designee other than the coach must be at the meet to serve as one of the three on the protest committee. Game Rules The official rules shall be found in the National Federation Edition Swimming and Diving Rule book (NFRB) and will prevail unless modified by the Oahu Interscholastic Association. and Divisional) are OIA Championship meets that will be run on a timed-finals basis. 8. Championship Meets. ll.A. Junior Varsity. Host schools are to roll call and give notice to the schools not present. There will be a coaches meeting thirty (30) minutes before the start of the meet.I.Section XVII. approved by the Athletic Directors Council and the Principals Association. The other meets (Relays. Committee. Where awards are involved. OIA Swim Advisor. The master entry. 7. and team roster shall be in the hands of the respective host school by the designated time as stated in the meet notice. d) Scratches are due one (1) hour prior to the start of the meet. The time of all championship meets shall start no earlier than 3:00 on Fridays and no earlier than 2:00 P. The meet director shall: a) Assure that all equipment to run the meet properly are in operation.I. and Divisional Championship shall be scored to eight (8) places. A82 . the participant(s) will not be eligible to participate in that weeks meet. the OIA. 11. The names of the selected committee will be placed on the championship handout. League Format: A.M. A copy should be given to the following: Host School's Athletic Director. The JV Championship. and the winners of each event shall be announced immediately after each event. Meets shall be at the place recommended by the Swimming Advisor. c) Consult with the meet committee or sports advisory chairperson on problems involving rules of the O. (See Section 6C for details. General Rules 1. If an entry time is not submitted then. b) Govern the interpretation of Federation rules and consult with the meet referee and committee on all decisions made at OIA meets. HHSAA State Swim Coordinator.

200 yard Freestyle Relay c. each of whom shall swim 50 yards of Freestyle. Girls and Boys scoring will be separate. The event counts as an entry but does not disqualify the competitor from further competition. Aggregated times for entry will be allowed. Rosters not received by the deadline without designation of scratches will be deemed as "No Scratches" for the team as indicated by the head coach. or at a designated time (as stated on the meet notice) the coach must acknowledge the participants for the relay teams. The girls and boys events (except the Australian Relay) shall be: a. Item C. Failing to declare the participants will result with a "NO SHOW" call by the referee. The Australian Relay shall consist of two (2) girls and two (2) boys. Meets held on a school day shall start no earlier than 3:30 P. B. 200 yard Australian Relay j. 2. 14. There will be a twenty (20) minute break after the 800 yard Freestyle Relay. 5. Junior Varsity Championships 1. declaration must be made prior to the completion of the heat preceding the heat of the intended false start. 3. C.12. which is a violation. 200 yard Medley Relay b. (See ByLaws. 13. Listed as an alternate on the master form constitutes an entry. 3. The diving relay shall consist of two (2) divers diving alternately. Scratches are due to the clerk of course or host school one (1) hour prior to the start of the meet. declaration must be made prior to the completion of the preceding event. For preliminary events. a student shall be limited to two consecutive years of eligibility in Junior Varsity sports. The Junior Varsity participants must meet the eligibility of the League. Refer to Rule 9. A competitor may withdraw from a preliminary event or final with a declared false start. Each school shall be permitted a maximum of one (1) relay team per event. The fastest eight (8) teams in each event will be scored. 200 yard Butterfly Relay g. of the NFRB for choice of dives. 2. A83 . Relay Championships 1. a. 4. 400 yard Freestyle Relay h. 4. 400 yard Medley Relay i. 6. 4. Refer to A. 1-meter Diving Relay 8. The scratch policy for individual swimmers will also apply to the relay teams. b. Article 1: Eligibility-Section 3: Participation. Preseason Meets 1. One diver shall perform six (6) dives. D.M. and the other shall perform five (5) dives. This meet shall be unclassified (an open meet for junior varsity and varsity). 7. Follow procedures for relay events as stated in the handbook. 200 yard Backstroke Relay e. A competitor shall be permitted to enter a maximum of three (3) events. 800 yard Freestyle Relay f. Points for the Australian Relay will be split evenly. Notice must be given to the referee. 200 yard Breaststroke Relay d. The host shall provide the key officials for the swim meet. For finals events. 2. 1.) Upon entry into grade 9. Host schools are to advise at the advisory meeting if there will be a limit on the number of entries per event at any pre-season meets.

F. A single manufacturer's logo no more than 2 1/4" square in size is permitted on each piece of attire. swimmers will be allowed to where a swim suit that will represent their school without disqualification. one required and five optional dives. Equipment/Uniforms: A. G. all exposed jewelry must be removed prior to stepping onto the blocks. The Eastern Division and the Western Division shall have separate meets and each shall have a meet director. of the NFRB. E. Eastern and Western Divisional Championships 1. D. Girls and boys shall be scored separately to twelve (12) places (6 finalists and 6 consolation). Diving shall follow a six dive format. Each school will provide two (2) digital watches and bring them to the meet. E. Prior to the meet. The required dive will be drawn from the five dive groups at the seeding meeting. The West Division Championship will be held at Kalani High School or at VMAC Central Oahu Regional Park. Swim caps not following (3. Choice of dives will follow Rule 9. HHSAA Swimming and Diving State Championships: Qualifiers for the State Swimming and Diving Championships will be by qualifying times and marks.B. NFRB prohibits advertising or a name other than the competitor's school/mascot or a national flag on the competitive attire. then. the coach B. All swimmers are recommended to wear the school team uniforms for all championship meets. lll. 2. 3. Oahu Interscholastic Association Championships 1. For the safety of the swimmer and other competitors. The diving competition will be held during the 30 minute break of the swimming competition when the Championships are held at the Veteran’s Memorial Aquatic Center (VMAC). Swim caps and goggles are not considered part of the uniform. The dive list must contain one dive from each of the five dive groups. Swim suits should be of the same color and pattern. The diving competition will be held during the 30 minute break of swimming competition when the Championship is held at the VMAC. If a school uniform has been ordered but not received in time for the championship meets. A representative from the East and the West will be selected to set up the divisional diving championships to conduct and officiate events #1 and #2 for the divisional championships for both east and west competitors. 4.2. Tattoos with a negative message must be covered before the athlete may participate. a transportation stipend for place finishers from the OIA Swim Championships. F.) should be turned inside out. 2. Each school will also provide two timers to all league swim competition. temporary body markings are to be removed prior to competition. Schools will receive from the OIA League. Team uniform applies to swimming suits only. G. C. A84 . 4. Swimmers are not allowed to wear jewelry or other ornaments that are not used or needed in competition. Temporary body markings are not allowed. places 1 thru 5. 5.

etc. Failure to adhere to the above will result in the scratching of a team or of a swimmer/diver. all hand delivered entries will be accepted on Monday by 6:00 p. following the swim competition held on a Friday.shall verify with the meet referee that all his/her competitors are legally attired. 3. Team Entry Deadline Meeting will be held on Monday evenings. B OIA meet records shall be printed on the heat sheets. A85 . F. the qualifying dive sheets must be sent to the HHSAA Diving Coordinator. all schools competing in the meet should lend a hand and make it a cooperative venture. The order of events should be discussed at the seeding meeting or prior to the swim meet. Seeding Meetings: 1. For divers that have qualified for the HHSAA State Championships. Refer to section on Sports Budget. Records: Only championship meet records will be recognized. The meet will officially be declared over after all swimming and diving events have been completed. 2. committee members. V. C. Although the host school is responsible for setting up starting blocks. diskette. Information regarding site. E. for the meet. and team roster shall be e-mailed to the host responsible for seeding of the various meets by Sunday. The master entry.m. time. and total number of relays entered. not wearing jewelry. This will ease the problem with the order of events when diving occurs on a Saturday. school. no body markings and ready for competition. and the year the record was set shall also be included. In addition to the master entry form a cover sheet will be submitted to include: total number of swimmers. lV. lane markers. total number of events. Miscellaneous: A. The record holder's full name. D. Awards: Budget: Refer to Section I. and dates will be listed on the meet notice and sent to the school's Athletic Director. Vl. Confirmation will de done through e-mail host school. Official meet master entry form shall be required for all meets. Recorded summaries of swimmers who make state times shall be sent to the state swimming coordinator.

3) The ranking lists are due at the first advisory meeting. the home team is responsible. H. Section 1. the result is a fault. K. The fifth ranked player must th play second doubles. Only players and a coach or adult representative will be allowed on the court during a match. If a foot fault is called by the home coach. and 8 ranked players may play either second or third doubles. All home coaches must mail into the advisory chairperson their results within three days of match completion. he will be ranked by his coach. second singles. Section I. 7th. Game Rules The United States Tennis Association Official Yearbook and Guide shall govern where the Oahu Interscholastic Association rules do not. 4) Any deviation from the official ranking list could result in a forfeiture of the particular match played when OIA procedures are followed and upheld. E. The home team ground rules will be observed whenever the situation arises. Coaches or adult representatives must be present at all matches to render decisions when problems arise. THE FIRST SINGLES PLAYER MUST BE RANKED HIGHER THAN THE SECOND SINGLES PLAYER. using the USTA NTRP ratings as a guideline 2) The top four ranked players must play either the first singles. Ties: Refer to ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES GOVERNING SPORTS. EXCHANGE LINE-UPS MUST CONTAIN NAMES OF ELIGIBLE PLAYERS FOR DEFAULT MATCHES. The home team will act as umpire for decision making and interpretation of rules. and during delays. The third set will be a 10 point tie break to determine the winner. the coach has the option to default that match or move his players up the ranking ladder according to the rankings. no substitution can be made. or first doubles position. Boys and Girls (Revised 06/2010) 1. Coaches are allowed to talk to players within the maximum ninety (90) seconds during change of sides. A player may request his coach/coaches to officiate a foot fault infraction if it is necessary. All players of the starting lineup must be present before any of the matches begin. If a player is absent or ineligible.Section XVIII. A 12-point tie breaker will be put into effect whenever a set reaches six games apiece in the first two sets. If illness or injury occurs during a match and the player cannot continue. Failure to do so will constitute forfeiture of the particular match. G. the sick or injured player must default the match. The players will call their own scores/points. a resolution contrary to either the OIA or USTA rule books may not be adopted by mutual agreement of the coaches and/or schools. L . email and telephone prior to any matches still to be played. Those failing to comply with this will have their players declared ineligible until their rankings are turned in to each and sport AD. C. 6) If a player joins during the season. The 6th. D. A. Article II. If any school withdraws from the League after the League matches have started. I. Players who are on academic probation and become ineligible will not be permitted on the line-ups. Tennis. His coach will notify other coaches of the change prior to the match or tournament. In matters of dispute. An individual match shall be decided by the team or player winning the best two out of three set. If the winning teams are split. There will be an optional five minute mandatory rest periods on split sets. Refer to eligibility rules. with notification of changes being sent to all coaches concerned by U. The winning team is responsible for informing newspapers of match results. No spectators are allowed on the courts. no matches played by the team shall count in the standing. the maximum one hundred twenty (120) seconds after the first set. The maximum time starts from the moment that one point finishes until the first serve is struck for the next point. J. between split sets. 5) Re-ranking of players may be done once at the midpoint of the season. A86 B. F. Ranking 1) All players shall be ranked according to their overall ability.S mail.

2. Awards: Refer to Section I Budget: Refer to Sports Budget 3. The Championship will be an eight bracket single elimination tournament. The school with the most individual matches won will win the divisional crown. and if necessary. The boys' and girls' team championships will be held on Saturday at 9:00 a. D. E. O. The winners will advance and play each other for the OIA Championship. Coaching will be allowed after each change of sides except after the first game. No matches shall be played at a site with less than three courts. In the event that there is a postponement.m. two girls’ singles and three girls’ doubles. The OIA team play-offs will be held on the Wednesday before the OIA Team Championships.m. a new lineup may be submitted only for the matches that have not started yet. 5. The East #1 will play the West #4 and the East #3 will play the West #2 in the upper bracket. A. A. The quarter finals will be played on Saturday at 9:00 a. G. Saturday. H. three boys' doubles. N. The boys will follow. The girls and boys divisions will be determined separately. F. and East #1 will play West #2. West #1 will play East #2. The team must be in one or the other of skirts or shorts. The divisional champion will cross-over and play the second place team respectively. The West #1 will play the East #4 and the West #3 will play the East #2 in the lower bracket. not a combination. All individual matches will be added up on an aggregate basis to determine the championship. West #1 and East #1 will be the match sites. the advisory chairperson.m. The OIA Post Season Classic will be held on Friday.m. OIA Individual Singles and Doubles Championships will be determined by a play-off among the semi-finalists of the divisional post season classics. A87 . If a third set is played. Girls check in at 8:30 a. more rest time (up to one hour) may be allowed at the discretion of the tournament director. Uniforms 1) Boys must be in same color shorts and identical shirts.M. Equipment The Wilson. Any complaints on conduct of players during and after their matches should be brought to the attention of the respective coaches. League matches will start on Wednesday at 1:00pm for schools with three courts and 2:00pm for schools with 4 courts. The Championships will be played on Monday at 2:00 p. League Format: Tennis matches between schools will consist of two boys' singles.m. or the Dunlop tennis ball approved by the USTA will be recognized as the official ball for the OIA (white or optic yellow). West 3) Divisional Post Season Tourneys 4) OIA Individual Championships along with divisional runners-up. 4. and Monday. Coaches should not air their complaints to the opposing player. The League will provide the balls for the following OIA tournaments: 1) OIA Team Divisional Play-Off 2) OIA Team Championships: East vs. 2) Girls must be in same shorts and identical tops or identical tennis dresses with no bare midriff. followed by play for third and fourth place. The home team shall provide two new balls per individual match. B. Saturday matches will start at 9:00am. C. the Penn. Balls used in matches must be either regular or extra-duty but not a combination of both. on the replay. C. B. followed by the semi-finals after a rest period of 30 minutes. check in at 10:00 a. 3) Tennis shoes must be worn and sweats can be worn during the matches providing the regulation team uniform is worn underneath.

Revisions will be made to the schedule with withdrawal or addition of team(s). Schedule The schedule will follow a two-year cycle. On odd years the schedule will be reversed and the home sites switched in the second year. Notify the advisory chairperson of the postponed match and rescheduled date. C.) The maximum entries per school in the Post Season shall be four singles and/or doubles in each category male or female. particularly beyond the second round. coaches not involved will vote to determine the seeding situation. Current State Ranking c.Single Elimination a) Boys Singles b) Girls Singles c) Boys Doubles d) Girls Doubles 2) The tournament shall be on a three-day format. Conclusion: A is seeded higher than C. 2) Preliminary matches should be the first matches of the day. time and match site. runner-up and final matches will use the add-score (regular) method. No-add scoring shall be used for all matches through the quarter-finals. All semi-finals and finals shall be scored using the (regular) add-score method. 9. OIA Individual Play-Offs will use the no add-scoring method thru the quarter-finals. only girls coaches vote. singles and doubles entries from the same school should not meet each other until after the second round in the Post Season Tournament. The Championships will be hosted by the WEST on odd numbered years. B. Head to Head matches in HPS tournament b. 8. assuming courts are available. Drawing 1) Whenever possible. Coaches or an adult representative with an official entry list must be present at the seeding meetings or the advisory meeting. 4) Rules Governing Tournament a) USTA rules shall govern the tournament unless modified by the OIA. B def. 7) Additions will not be permitted following the seeding/drawing meeting D. after discussion. 3) Whenever possible. Postponed matches to be made up in the order of occurrence. 3) Quality of Matches during OIA Match Competition 4) Outside Participation a. and the EAST on even numbered years. The site will be determined by the site committee. Previous Year OIA Championship/State Finish 5) In special situations. C. Post-Season Classic A. Entries: All quarter-finalists in the post-season tournament are eligible to enter the Hawaii State Tourney (provided the division meets the minimum number of teams entered. (Post-Season Tournaments . A88 . Seeding Procedure 1) Quality of Match Played Head to Head competition during OIA Matches 2) Common Opponent *Example: A def. All semi-finals. Postponements A. E. Matches postponed on Saturday shall be rescheduled for Monday or Tuesday. boys coaches vote. A & C never played one another. C. (Girls team. there shall be no more than two matches per day. Tournament Format and Time Schedule: 1) Type of Tournament . Play will be two out of three sets with a 12-point tie breaker at six games each. The standings in the second year will determine the schedule for the next cycle.) 6) There will be a minimum of eight seeds in the post-season draws.6. 7. boys team. Team championship sites between EAST and WEST will be rotated each year. B.Start of season). B. Matches postponed on Wednesday shall be rescheduled for Thursday or Friday.

athletic sporting goods or sportswear stores. Concerning the individual championships. (3) Ten minutes and one second after starting time. plus three games. (2) Girls' doubles team must be in same color shorts and identical tops or identical tennis attire. or to move a singles player already listed in the tournament to become doubles partner and place medical alternate into the singles slot. coaching will be allowed after the first set. between split sets. f) An adult representative should be appointed to be responsible for the team in the coach’s absence. DEFAULT. the maximum one hundred twenty (120) seconds after the first set. The maximum time starts from the moment that one point finishes until the first serve is struck for the next point. (3) Should a singles player be affected. (4) 15 minutes and one second after starting time. b) G. loss of service/ends option. (5) Coaches are responsible to verify that their players are properly dressed in their school designated uniform with double partners dressed similarly. loss of service/ends option. Singles players must use proper tennis attire (proper uniform attire refers to uniforms normally sold at tennis pro shops. the match will be defaulted. (2) Five minutes and one second after starting time. between split sets. a five minute rest period is optional for each player on split sets.The quarterfinalists from the East and West championships will playoff in the OIA post season tournament to determine the 12 best players to advance to the states. plus two games. and during delays.) Every school has the option to declare one alternate as a replacement to a doubles team in the post-season tournament. In all matches. loss of service/ends option. In doubles. c) Coaches will be allowed to talk to players within the maximum ninety (90) seconds during change of sides. A89 . and during delays. g) There is a recommended rest period of one hour between matches. d) Participants must check in 15 minutes prior to starting time. (3) Tennis shoes must be worn.) 1) There shall be no last minute changes in the Post-Season Tourney.F. (2) The coach will have the option when this criteria is met to insert the medical alternate as the second half of the doubles team. (Boys and Girls. Starting with quarter-finals. one each. (4) Sweats can be worn during the matches providing the regulation team uniform is worn underneath. h) Uniform (1) Boys' doubles team must be in same color shorts and identical tops. The only exception to this rule would be: a) A doubles combination cannot play due to genuine medical reason by one of the partners. (1) A doctor's certificate to this effect must be brought in to the host school and/or advisory chairperson before match ties. plus one game. Starting time penalties will be as follows: (1) One second after starting time. both partners must check in. e) Boys and girls check in at the scorers' table.

A serves points 8 and 9 (left and right). which gives him the game and set. the next point decides the game--it's game points for both players. first to win seven points wins the set). two. If the score has reached 6 points all. having served the first game of the set. B serves points 10 and 11 (left and right). Assume A-B versus C-D. Doubles: follow the same pattern. The receiver has the right to choose which court the service is to be delivered on the seventh point. B serves point 6 (left) and after they changed ends. NOTE: The score-calling terminology for a match played NO-AD may be either in the convenient terms or in simple numbers: i. B then serves point 12 (right). C serves points 10 and 11 (left and right). with A having served the first game of the set. (game point). three.NO-AD SCORING BEST OF THREE SETS DETERMINES THE WINNER OF THE MATCH NO-AD SCORING With the N0-AD SCORING. A serves points 4 and 5 (left and right). If a NO-AD set reaches six games all." Tie breakers--7 out of 12 points--(Sudden Death) are described below: **The 12-Point Tie-Break** Singles: A.e. points 7 (right). D serves point 6 (left) and the teams change ends. A serves the first point (right). with team C-D to serve first. players need win only four points to win a game. and they continue until one team establishes a two point margin and thus wins the game and set. "zero. If the score goes to three points all (deuce). A player who reaches 7 points during these first 12 points wins the game and set. one. A90 . the team change ends. with partners preserving their serving sequence.. Note that the players change ends every six points. B serves points 2 and 3 (left and right). B serves point 12 (left). As in singles. B serves points 4 and 5 (left and right). they change ends for one game to start a following set. and B serves the first game. the players change ends and continue in the same pattern until one player establishes a margin of two points.e. game. serves the first point from the right court. C serves points 2 and 3 (left and right). A team that wins 7 points during these first 12 points wins the game and set. and A serves point 12 (left). For a following set the players change ends. If the score has reached 6 points all. a 12-point tie breaker shall be used (i. and that the player who serves the last point of one of these 6point segments also serves the first point of the next one (from right court). D serves point 7 (right). A serves points 8 and 9 (left and right).

No post entries. and there remaining names will be alternates for that event. D. The OIA will follow the HHSAA rules of participation.Section XIX. The names of the four participants will be circled.com. JV Divisional place finishers will qualify for the OIA JV championship. Entry constitutes participation. Boys and Girls (Revised 08/2010) 1. B. This includes running and field events. Time Schedule 1) All practice meets will start no earlier than 3:30 p. Division Championship trials will start running events at 4:45 p. Girls will run first. H. C. OIA Championship meets will be scheduled on Saturday when possible. Alternates are allowed according to the book of rules. Championship meets will have one day's trials with the trial day being two days prior to the finals.m. Varsity Divisional place finishers will qualify for the OIA Varsity Championship. ¼” needle point and pyramid spikes are the only spikes approved for use on all weather tracks.S. Field events will start at 3:00 p. Running events will start at 4:45 p. 3) Coaches’ meeting for the OIA Championship trials will be at 2:15 p. Athletes are subject to qualifying standards. published by the National Federation of State High School Athletic Association shall prevail except as modified herein.m. Participants must be attired in their school uniform (as defined in the book of rules) in both the trials and finals. Boys to follow. to Earl Kishimoto. When an athlete is disqualified from further participation in a track meet. Each school may enter only one team in each relay event. B. Each school may enter only three participants per event in Championship meets. Participation shall be subject to the qualifying standards. E. 4) Field events in the finals will begin one and a half hours before the first running event. except in the relays. A91 . the Games Committee shall determine if the rule infraction is serious enough to warrant the athlete being suspended from the next contest. Presently athletes may participate in any six track and field events including relays. Game Rules The rules are established by the current National Alliance Edition of Track and Field Rules. All weekday practice meets will have a coaches’ meeting at 3:00 p. or face disqualification. G. regardless of minimum standards. D. F. Track. Athletes competing in the throwing events are allowed to use an alternate and matching school issued uniform. Trails and finals for all Championship meets will run boys and girls together. Seeding will be done at Moanalua H.m. E-mail entries to Menehunetrack@msn. Hospitality Room below the press box in the stadium on 2. Participation A. 4. No meets will be held on Good Friday. C.m. Entry deadlines for OIA Championship meets are due on Monday at 8:00 pm. OIA Championship meets (JV and Varsity): Each school will be allowed three entries provided they meet qualifying standards. regardless of minimum standards.m. 3. Full names from the eligibility lists/rosters will be the only accepted entries. All rescheduling of OIA Championship meets must be cleared with the Track Advisor with the approval of the OIA Executive Director. on weekdays. B.m. 2) Coaches meeting will start at least forty-five minutes before the first field event. E. Rules of Entry A. The coach is responsible to turn in six names to the Clerk-of-Course upon checking in for relay events. Other spikes are considered illegal and the athlete is subject to disqualification from the event. I. League Format A.

of the top eight contestants. Girls pole vault/boys high jump will be held on odd years final date. 5. Relay teams will submit their cards at this time. height or distance on their entry forms including when (date) and where (meet) these marks were established. last call will be 5 minutes prior to start of the event. Starting with the OIA Relays coaches are reminded to list a time. All relays will qualify best time. B. J. Ninth and tenth place alternates will be selected according to the fastest time in the event. K. When there are four heats the top runner in each heat plus the next four best times will qualify into the finals. Trials will be held for the 800m run. Coaches are to submit their diskette along with a hard copy of their export files to the host school. so that each finalist has their own lane. First call will be 15 minutes prior to start of the event. Girls pole vault and boys high jump will be held on even years trial date. Entries will be rejected if performances cannot be verified. the top two runners of each heat plus the next two fastest times will qualify into the finals. D. G. 2) 10 minutes warm-up between flights. When there are three heats. must be measured in the OIA Championships. Divisional hosts must set their entry deadlines by the track advisory meeting. I. Athletes with no marks/times listed will not be entered in the meet. each runner will have their own lane with slower runners being stacked behind faster runners. For divisional meets only. F. Trials will be held for the 1500m and 3000m runs to qualify 12 competitors for the finals. 1) 5 minutes before events (only the participants may warm up).C. Trials will be held in the relays when necessary to qualify not more than eight teams for the finals. there will be no trials for the 3000m run at the discretion of the Meet Director. Warm-up for field events. 2) Scoring in all relays shall be 10-8-6-4-2-1. When there are two heats. When trials are held. The entry deadline should not be before the finals of the previous meet and no later than the seeding meeting. Reporting Trials A. Boys pole vault/girls high jump will be held on odd years trial date. D. A minimum of one trial in the distance events must be run when possible. Entry marks are necessary for the all Championship meets. Athletes must meet qualifying standards in order to participate. Coaches’ attendance is optional. except the pole vault and high jump which will be one day events. The international curve will be used for all 1500m and 3000m runs. The best two throws in the discus. Finals 6. C. Tuesday at 4:30 pm. B. the top three runners from each heat plus the next two fastest times will qualify for the finals except for the 1500m and 3000m. A92 . Participants in the field events will report to their respective area in person or by a representative if participating in another event on last call. Boys pole vault and girls high jump will be held on even years final date. H. C. Participants in the running events will report to the Clerk-of-Course who will be at an area designated by the host school. Scoring 1) Scoring in all individual events shall be 10-8-6-4-2-1. 3) Awards will be limited to the top 6 finishers. Trials will be held in all individual events. All participants must report promptly on last call or be scratched. Meet Format A. There will be two calls first and last. E. Allow for 10 minutes check out time for field events except for the high jump and pole vault where National Federation Rules apply. 1500m and 3000m will qualify four from each heat plus the next four fastest times.

Girls to follow) Triple Jump (Boys. All qualifiers must report to the Clerk-of-Course promptly at last call or be scratched. Awards: Refer to Section I Budget: Refer to section on Sports Budget. 9. Field events should go in order of rank from best to the last in the trials. When a tie results in the 32 place. E. Open seeding meeting. Qualifiers will be dispersed to their respective starting areas immediately after being introduced to the spectators. Seeding Procedures A. B. F. girls to follow) 100 meter HH/110 meter HH 100 meter dash 1500 meter run 4x100 meter relay 400 meter dash 300 meter hurdles 800 meter run 200 meter dash 3000 meter run 4x400 meter relay Awards 11. nd D. 8. Lane selection during trials will be by Standard Lane preference. Order of Events for OIA Championship for 2011: TRIALS 2:15 3:00 GPV 3:00 3:00 BHJ 3:00 5:00 4:45 5:10 5:25 6:00 6:15 6:35 7:00 7:30 7:50 8:30 FINALS 3:00 3:45 3:45 3:45 3:45 follow long jump 5:45 5:15 5:30 5:40 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:15 7:45 8:00 EVENTS Coaches’ Meeting Pole Vault (Boys) Discus (Boys. B. Record marks in the trials will stand as a new record. Host school of meet does the seeding according to best times. Girls to follow) Shot Put (Boys. and reverse the order from last to first in the finals. girls to follow) High Jump (Girls) Long Jump (Boys. including the OIA Championship meet. A93 . E. Qualified entries over 32 entry maximum may be listed as event alternates and placed in the event(s) at the replace scratched entries. the more recent results will have preference. No alternates are allowed for field events. After check-in is complete any person who does not report to the starting line will be ineligible for any further events. 7. 12. Timing will be done by places at all championship meets.D. The 9th and 10th best times shall be listed as alternates. Equipment: Refer to section on Sports Budget. No wrist watches will be allowed for official timing. Each member school shall be held responsible to assist in officiating the OIA track meets. H. Alternates should report on last call. All nd athletes tied for 32 place will be listed. Officials A. C. Alternates will be selected to fill scratches in the finals of all running events. Lane selection in the finals will be done at check-in based on place and time. C. G. 10. Seed no more than 32 participants in both Track and Field.

13. girls to follow) 400 LH Shuttle Relay 440 HH Shuttle Relay 800 Meter Relay Distance medley relay: 400-800-1200-1600 Spring: 100-100-200-400/200-200-400-800 660 LH shuttle relay 400 meter relay 3200 meter relay 1600 meter relay Awards 3:30 3:30 3:50 4:00 4:20 5:00 5:25 6:00 6:20 7:00 7:30 14. Order of Events for OIA Championship Relays – Time Finals TRIALS/Finals 1:15 2:00 EVENTS Coaches’ Meeting Pole Vault (Girls. girls to follow) Triple Jump (Boys. B. girls to follow) 100 meter HH/100 meter HH 100 meter dash 1500 meter run 4x100 meter relay 400 meter dash 300 meter hurdles 800 meter run 200 meter dash 3000 meter run 4x400 meter relay Awards 5:15 4:45 5:15 5:45 6:15 6:35 7:05 7:45 8:05 N/T 8:30 5:15 4:45 5:15 5:45 6:15 6:35 7:05 7:45 8:05 8:25 9:05 9:40 A. 15. Order of Events for Division Championship TRIALS 2:30 3:15 FINALS 2:30 3:15 EVENTS Coaches’ Meeting Pole Vault (Girls. boys to follow) Long Jump (Boys. boys to follow) Discus (Boys. boys to follow) Long Jump (Boys. No coach or adult representative present. girls to follow) High Jump (Girls. A94 . girls to follow) Shot Put (Girls. C. boys to follow) Triple Jump (Boys. boys to follow) Discus (Boys. Results of all meets will be submitted to the Earl Kishimoto within three days of the completion of the meet. There shall be a coaches’ meeting called by the host school forty-five minutes before the first event for the purpose of distributing all meet information and materials. JV participants are eligible to compete without losing their JV status during the OIA Championship relays. The Finish Lynx System will be the official timer for all OIA Championship track meets. girls to follow) Shot Put (Girls. no participation.

Standards A. A95 . The following standards will be observed in entering the participants into the Track and Field events for the OIA Championships and Divisional meets.16. A standards committee shall be chosen with representatives from the East and West divisions. The committee will meet after the last pre-season track meet to adjust the standards for the championship meets. B. These may be adjusted by the committee pending performance by athletes in meets prior to the OIA Championships or the Divisional Championships.

00 82.04 2:30.64 6:02.54 29.80 4:06.30 29.V. HAND 25.50 13:32. HAND 23.80 3:45.24 56.60 6:00.24 14.50 61.00 70.14 44.30 66.50 3000 meter run 15:47.40 400 meter relay 63.74 47.J.00 13:12.24 Pole Vault 6' 6 High Jump 4' 6 Long Jump 14' 6 Triple Jump 30' 0 Discus 95' 0 Shot Put 30' 0 OIA Track & Field Divisional Standards: G.64 1500 meter run 5:46.V.24 3:30.70 52.00 14.00 6' 0 4' 0 13' 0 26' 0 74' 3 25' 9 G. Vars HAND 17.24 B. Vars HAND EVENTS 100 hurdles 23.00 5' 6 3' 10 12' 0 25' 0 50' 0 20' 0 G.J.24 12:32.30 4:42.80 2:30.00 16:15.24 400 meter dash 67.74 13:32.00 58.90 43.84 58.00 9' 6 5' 6 20' 0 39' 0 123' 0 41' 6 B.24 34.00 1500 meter run 6:58.00 29.00 2:45.24 1600 meter relay 4:48.24 35.24 5:12. Vars LYNX 22. hurdles 800 meter run 2:47.24 3:15.24 67.40 13.J.00 8' 0 5' 0 16' 0 32' 0 90' 0 30' 0 B.V LYNX 20.00 300 meter inter.70 1600 meter relay 5:50.14 5:15.60 49.24 300 meter inter.24 B.10 2:24.64 66.V.00 66.50 47.00 4:48.90 5:15.64 24.V LYNX 25.00 11.74 61.00 28.00 12:34.00 35.24 GIRLS 4' 2 29' 9 13' 0 6' 0 80' 0 26' 0 BOYS 5' 6 36' 0 18' 6 8' 0 120' 0 41' 0 A96 .00 26.84 63.34 2:56.60 300 meter low hurdles 63.00 64.00 Pole Vault 6' 0 High Jump 4' 0 Long Jump 13' 0 Triple Jump 26' 0 Discus 55' 0 Shot Put 21' 0 OIA Relays .24 27.04 10:40.00 56.84 7:26.84 50.24 6:58. Vars HAND 22.24 6:07.60 58.24 11.04 11:51.V.74 16.24 400 meter relay 58.50 51.84 4:30.90 7' 6 5' 0 17' 6 35' 0 90' 0 34' 0 B.04 4:20.V.10 2:56.24 3000 meter run 13:12.J.50 110 hurdles 100 meter dash 16.54 66. Vars HAND LYNX EVENTS 100 hurdles 18.04 3:45.00 3:30.74 11:30.80 11:50.24 13.54 4:42.24 200 meter dash 29.60 4:30.00 7' 6 4' 8 15' 0 30' 0 80' 0 26' 0 B.00 2:47.00 54.00 5:46.40 23.24 16.74 51.24 28.24 78.80 10:39. Vars LYNX 23.80 4:20.00 57.00 16.24 70.34 2:24.00 6:07.24 B.24 300 meter low hurdles 56.24 24.Qualifying Standards EVENT: HIGH JUMP TRIPLE JUMP LONG JUMP POLE VAULT DISCUS SHOT PUT G.00 200 meter dash 34.24 5:12.00 24.J.J.04 58.24 57.00 13.94 5:50.14 2:13.04 4:07.60 12.00 400 meter dash 78.20 11.J. hurdles 800 meter run 3:15.50 11:29.00 67.74 15:47.00 55.V. HAND 20.04 110 hurdles 100 meter dash 13.84 13.80 5:34. Vars LYNX 17.24 64.60 7:26.24 G.00 67.90 2:13.24 B. HAND 20. Vars G.40 6:02.80 58.J.24 66.94 52.24 2:45. LYNX 20.24 16:15.24 55.80 19.24 G.84 6:00.44 12. LYNX 23.04 5:34.44 63.24 82.40 66.Revised 4/10/2008 OIA Track & Field Championship Standards: G.

The wearing of jewelry is prohibited in warm-ups and competition. Pre-match conference and Coin Toss (1) (2) Upon entering the facility. The 6 minutes is inclusive of serving time. There shall be no balls over the net during this period. the pre-match conference may be held between the first and second game of the prior match. Coaches must submit a typewritten team roster listing the player’s name. all personnel actively conducting the warm-up activities should be properly attired for the duties required. During time before the scheduled warm-up period. If necessary. a coin toss shall be conducted between the captains and head coach of each team prior to timed warm-ups. Warm-up periods on playing court: (1) (2) (3) (4) A97 . D. When officials arrive late and the 12-minute warm-up period has already been used. Boys and Girls (Revised 06/2010) 1. B. The winner shall choose to serve/receive or the playing area. The first 6 minutes by the serving team. Volleyball. However. prior to the deciding game of a match. Coaches will also exchange team rosters prior to each match. All matches will be played indoors. C. and coach’s names to the OIA Volleyball Sport Coordinator prior to the first match of the season. grade. A second violation will result in a loss of rally being awarded to their opponent at the beginning of the violating team’s match. There shall be no balls over the net during this period. No pre-match conference shall be held during the warm-up period. Rule 1-62 05/04 The Visiting captain shall call the toss. NFHS. The winner shall choose either serve or receive. height. the home team shall select its team bench. (3) E. Violation of this rule will result in a team being warned by the referee. Game Rules: The Volleyball rules (National Federation Edition) except as modified herein shall prevail at all games. teams may warm-up on their side of the court. it is up to the officials at the request of the coaches to allow an additional 5minute warm-up period for both teams simultaneously. Special attention should be given to ensure that auxiliary personnel are wearing appropriate footwear for active participation and electronic devices such as music devices and cell phones are not being used.Section XX. No match will start earlier than the scheduled time. During the pre-match conference. A. The warm-up period shall consist of 12 minutes to start immediately after the previous match. The loser of the toss shall be given the remaining choice. the Home team captain shall call the toss. 4-1-6 New Penalty During a team warm-up period. A player observed wearing jewelry in warm-ups is directed by the official to remove the jewelry with no further penalty unless refusing to remove the item. number. the second 6 minutes to the receiving team. The loser of the toss shall be given the remaining choice. (5) No team or individual player is allowed to warm-up in the gym while another match is in process. position.

etc. One Libero player may be designated for each set by indicating that player’s number on the lineup sheet for that set. All sets will be rally scored. (4) (5) (6) Each team is allowed two time-outs per set. d. Rule 10-4-1f. a. 27-25. a coach from each team shall submit to the scorer an accurate. e. the set is won by the team which first scores 15 points with a minimum lead of two-points and no point cap.F. c. In the case of a 24-24 tie. Rule 8-1-5: The Libero replacement shall be completed prior to the whistle and signal for serve. Points of Emphasis 05/03 A98 . Teams and bench personnel change sides (counter-clockwise) when one team has scored eight (8) points. written lineup of the uniform numbers for the six starting players in the floor positions they occupy at the beginning of the set. c.) or a team reaches 27 points (27-26). etc. 17-15. b.). In the case of a 15-15 tie. b. play is continued until a two-point lead is achieved (16-14. The third set shall not be played unless it is necessary to determine the winner of the best of three sets. play continues until a two-point lead is achieved (26-24. A Libero replacement shall not take place during a re-serve. 27-25. c. The Libero may be designated as the playing captain. Playing Format: (1) Varsity Matches a. In the case of a 15-15 tie. The first team to win two sets shall be the winner of the match. etc. The first team to win two sets shall be the winner of the match. etc. play is continued until a two-point lead is achieved (16-14. NFHS. the set is won by the team which first scores 15 points with a minimum lead of two-points and no point cap. b. play continues until a two-point lead is achieved (26-24. If a deciding (third) set is necessary. A match shall consist of the best two-out-of-three sets. A set is won by the team which first scores 25 points with point cap of 27 points.). Directing players to the end line – Only prior to the first set shall the teams be directed to the end line. 10-4-2c A Libero replacement can take place once a time-out is completed and all players have returned to the court. In the case of a 24-24 tie. If a deciding (third) set is necessary. If a Libero is not listed on the lineup sheet for a set. 17-15. The first server must be circled for each set. with a total of six (6) time-outs in three sets. 6-3 Penalty 2 New The Libero is allowed to serve in one position in the serving order.) or a team reaches 27 points (27-26). Subsequent sets require that the teams take the court in the positions required to start the set rather than reporting to the end line. Teams and bench personnel change sides (counter-clockwise) when one team has scored eight (8) points. (2) Sub Varsity Matches (Junior Varsity & Blue) a. All sets will be rally scored. the team may not use a Libero in that set. All matches will be the best of three sets. Rule 10-4-3 Penalty for an illegal Libero replacement found in the set is a loss of rally/point and considered illegal alignment. (3) No later than two minutes prior to the end of time pre-match warm-up or after the end of the previous set. A set is won by the team which first scores 25 points with a point cap of 27 points.

The ball retrievers will be stationed on the referee’s side of the court as follows: one at each corner of the court. and should arrive 30 minutes before match time. Rationale: The positioning of the line judges near the referee provides opportunities during time-outs for the referee to communicate with the line judges and gives an appearance that they are a part of the officiating team. A minimum of three ball retrievers should be available. line judges stand at the intersection of the attack line and the sideline on their respective side of the court nearest referee. Responsibilities of the Host Site: (1) (2) (3) (4) b. The host site must provide the official score sheet. The host site shall provide ball retrievers for all matches. d. Libero tracker. If the ball is on the court. The host site must provide no less then three (3) balls (condition: excellent to new) for all matches including the OIA Playoffs. Scorekeeper training is mandatory. The line judge on the serving team’s side of the net shall hold the game ball. Rule 5-7-2c 05/04 The host site must provide a scorekeeper. A ball being transferred from one ball retriever to another will be rolled. Line judges for the regular season matches will be instructed not to call touches. JV/Varsity). Libero Tracker. Only these retrievers and the second referee are authorized to give a ball to the server. The host site’s scorekeeper is the official scorekeeper. line-up sheets. If the host site hosts matches for two visiting teams. During timeouts. (8) G. the player nearest the ball should immediately place it outside the court. one ball is placed on the scorekeeper’s table and one is given to each of the ball retrievers nearest the serving areas. and Libero Tracking sheet for each set. not thrown. Three Ball Rotations a. and scoreboard operator. Girls/Boys. When the ball in play goes outside the playing areas. The Officials Association will conduct scorekeeper training at a designated time and place. along the floor outside the court. the host site must also provide lines personnel. Line judges must be on the team’s roster. the second referee will give the server the first ball to be put in play. avoiding the space in front of the scorekeeper’s table.(7) Teams will provide line judges for regular season matches. approximately 12-14 feet from the end lines and approximately 6-8 feet from the sidelines and one behind the referee. NFHS. The date and caliber of team should be noted (Red/White/Blue. the ball retriever nearest to the service area quickly bounces or rolls a ball to the player executing the next service. A99 . A member from the coaching staff of each team must attend a scorekeeping clinic. Each site is required to have a trained scorekeeper. and scoreboard operator. At the start of each set. e. c. A ball that is returned to the match should be delivered to the ball retriever who has just given a ball to the server. At the instant the ball is ruled out of play. Each team will provide a linesperson for each match. it is retrieved by one of the ball retrievers and delivered to the retriever who has already given a ball to the next server. Before the first service of each set.

If only one official is present. H. libero tracker. the retrievers should place themselves out of the sight lines of spectators. the match will be played. 3. and black shoes and black socks. 4. There shall be a Division I (Red) and Division II (White) for the Boys and Girls and a Blue Division for the Girls. League Format: A. 2. All officials must be appropriately dressed in the official’s uniform . When not retrieving balls. and two line judges for the play-off matches during the tournament. The Official’s Association shall provide a scorekeeper. 2. h.white polo style shirt. The match balls will be returned to the umpire at the conclusion of each set. g. The Official’s Association shall provide a scorekeeper.f. black long pants. (5) The host site is responsible for reporting the scores to the media and the Volleyball Sport Coordinator immediately after the final match of each day. A different ball should be used for each rally to allow ball retrievers to adequately clean/dry the ball used in the previous rally. and four line judges for all Championship matches. JV Girls will follow their Varsity Girls schedule.WHITE & BLUE DIVISION ANUENUE ROOSEVELT NANAKULI KAIMUKI WAIALUA KALAHEO LEILEHUA KALANI RADFORD BOYS -EAST RED DIVISION CASTLE KALANI FARRINGTON KALAHEO MCKINLEY KAHUKU ROOSEVELT BOYS -WEST RED DIVISION AIEA WAIANAE LEILEHUA MILILANI CAMPBELL PEARL CITY NANAKULI A100 . Officials: 1. GIRLS -EAST RED & BLUE DIVISION KAHUKU MOANALUA CASTLE KAILUA MCKINLEY KAISER FARRINGTON GIRLS -WEST RED/BLUE DIVISION AIEA KAPOLEI WAIPAHU MILILANI CAMPBELL PEARL CITY WAIANAE GIRLS . Positions may be adjusted based on the need of the host facility and television production. libero tracker.

C. If teams are still tied. Teams in the Girls Blue Division will follow their school’s varsity team’s schedule. The top two teams in each conference will receive first round byes. th th th Blue Division teams will be comprised of 9 –12 graders. Teams in the same conference will play each other twice and play teams from the opposite conference once. the OIA tie breaking system found on pages A30 and A31 will be used. If multiple schools are tied for first place.BOYS-WHITE DIVISION MOANALUA KAILUA KAISER KAIMUKI ANUENUE B. 9 graders who play in the Blue Division may be able to play on the Junior Varsity the following year. D. The Girls and Boys White Division will be an East-West conference format. The top two teams in each conference of the JV Division and the Blue Division will proceed into a four team single elimination tournament to determine the OIA JV and Blue Division Champions.5% Therefore: Leilehua becomes the higher seed. All policies governing eligibility are in force. (Refer to A39) All teams will be competing for berths in the HHSAA volleyball tournament. (2) (3) (4) Sets won over common opponents Sets won over all opponents coin toss E. (Ex. F. standings after the regular season will be used to determine the pairing for the OIA Tournament. The top three teams in each conference of the Girl’s White Division and the Boy’s White Division will proceed into the a 6 team single elimination OIA Championship Tournament. (1) Head-to-head results Example: Mililani (won 3) beat Leilehua (won 2) in 5 sets Leilehua (won 3) beat Mililani (won 0) in 3 sets Total sets played: 8 sets Leilehua (won 5 divided by 8 sets) = 62. set percentages (sets won divided by total sets played) will determine seeding and representation in the following order. (Refer to A41) A101 . The Junior varsity teams will follow the same schedule as their varsity teams with exception of the OIA Championship Tournament. For seeding purposes. H. (Refer to A39) All teams will be competing for berths in the HHSAA volleyball tournament. The winner of the regular season schedule will be the Champions. G. WAIPAHU WAIALUA RADFORD KAPOLEI The Girls and Boys Red Division will be an East-West Conference format and play a home and away schedule. Moanalua will play Castle twice and play Aiea once).5% Mililani (won 3 divided by 8 sets) = 37. co-champions will be declared. The top six teams in each conference of the Girls Red Division and Boys Red Division will proceed into the OIA Championship Tournament in a 12 team modified double elimination tournament. In case of ties after the regular season.

The Home Team will wear a white uniform and the visiting will wear a dark uniform. play is continued until a two-point lead is achieved (16-14.). referee’s platform. shall be the best of five sets. sites and times shall be determined by the site selection Committee working with the Advisory Chairman and Executive Secretary. All Championship round matches. E. shock-absorbing material D. has no more stretch and has at least as much tensile strength as the steel cable. Dates. The scoreboard must be divided into two parts with numbers that provide the score for each team. The ball shall include the NFHS Authenticating Mark. Numbers are required on uniforms and shall be in accordance with National Federation Rules. Any exposed steel cable and/or metal tensioning device through the top and bottom of the net shall be covered. including the Varsity Boys and Girls 5th and 3rd place matches shall be the best of three sets. Uniforms: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) B. coaches. but no higher than 6 feet in height. 27-25. The ball shall be spherical with a laceless molded cover of 12 or more pieces (all of which shall be white) of genuine or simulated smooth leather (not suede). All sets will be rally scored. resilient. the set is won by the team which first scores 15 points with a minimum lead of two-points and no point cap. Equipment and Facilities A. etc. 17-15. The score displayed on the scoreboard is not official and may not be used as a basis of protest. Bare midriff tops are prohibited and the uniform top shall be tucked in or hang below the waistband of the uniform bottom. etc. All OIA Championship and play-off matches (JV and Varsity). In the case of a 24-24 tie. 3. Teams and bench personnel change sides (counter-clockwise) when one team has scored eight (8) points. In the case of a 14-14 tie. If a deciding (third/fifth) set is necessary. All players must wear gym shoes as part of the uniform. All consolation. The net supports include any attachments to the net used for anchoring the net to walls or standards.). In case of emergency. The standards. and floor/wall cables shall be padded as follows: Standards must be padded to a minimum height of 5½ feet with at least 1-inch-thick.I. Through the top shall run a 1/8 to 3/16inch-diameter flexible steel cable or aramid-type fiber cable no more than ¼ inch thick which is no heavier. Through the bottom shall run a 1/8 to 3/16-inch-diameter flexible steel cable or a ¼ inch rope. play continues until a two-point lead is achieved (26-24. Electric scoreboard in the gym must be used so players. Rule 4-2-1d The league will supply official rulebooks to all coaches and provide some balls for the OIA Championship Tournament. A set is won by the team which first scores 25 points with a minimum lead of two-points and no point cap. A102 . The home site must provide an adequate net. C. a manual score board shall be used. as well as the standards themselves and any attachments used for anchoring the standards to the floor or walls or ceiling. A minimum of 5 feet is required. The home site must provide a solid platform for the officials to stand on. J. and spectators will know the exact score of the game at all times. Uniforms will be governed by the current year’s National Federation Rules.

C.No Protests are allowed. and 11:00 a. If the standards and/or referee’s platform is not properly padded. F. 6.. and megaphones are prohibited. and if necessary. it will be the first match played. Refer to Section on Sports Budget. All Stars: There will be East and West All-Star Team for the Red Division and a single All-Star Team for the White Division. double-headers will start at 5:00 and 6:00 p. Saturday matches will start at 10:00 a. as scheduled. Each school is responsible for the conduct of its students and fans and with cooperation we can ensure that all teams play in a positive sportsmanlike atmosphere. single matches will start at 5:00 p. previous two year’s standings Miscellaneous: A. Awards: Budget: Schedule: Two-year home and away cycle.m. A103 .m. Decisions based on the judgment of the official(s) are final and not subject to review. Times are subject to change when there is a conflict with National Test dates. shock-absorbing material. Front and sides of referee’s platform must be padded in the same manner as the standards. Any guy cables or rigid braces must be padded to a minimum height of 5½ feet with at least ½-inch-thick resilient. 11:00. 7. Rankings are done through the results of the 4.(such as polyethylene foam) to encase the uprights and all tensioning devices. Following the National Federation Rules .m. whistles. All rule interpretations must be made to the referee at the time of the infraction. D.m. 5:00 pm.m. while triple-headers will start and 5:00. 6:00. 4:00. Refer to Section I. Artificial noisemakers such as bells. On Weekdays. Review of decisions will be in accordance with NFHS Rule 11-3 5/04. Schools are responsible for the actions of their fans. and 12:00 noon. When a JV match is scheduled. Matches on test dates will be scheduled at 3:00. the match will not be played. and 7:00 p. while triple-headers at 10:00. Also added to the items that are prohibited during the course of a match are flash photography and video cameras with spotlights. 5. Matches will be played Monday through Saturday. on weekdays. B. horns.

Operations 1. Game times may vary. There shall be a coin toss prior to all games. Kaiser High. 4. A104 . Miscellaneous: All teams shall submit a copy of their numerical team roster to the head coaches prior to the start of the regular season. 2. League standings shall be determined by team’s win/loss record 2. and one (1) secretary. OIA Playoffs 1. League champion will be determined by an eight (8) team format. and championship matches. there will be a six (6) team playoff format. B. Regular season will consist of ten (10) games and will be played on Wednesdays at 4:00 p. Game sites will be Kaimuki. The home team will be responsible for providing the timer and secretary of each regular season game. Games may be scheduled on other days of the week to accommodate the season schedule. OIA All Star Selection Guideline. In addition to the three (3) regular timeouts. All players will wear uniformly colored caps with the home team wearing school or dark colors and the visiting team wearing white. If any school withdraws from the league after the league games have started. Shallow end pools with amended rules will be allowed for regular season play. shall be turned in to the scorers table prior to each game. The playoffs will be a three (3) day format consisting of quarterfinals. A. Playoff sites will be held at deep end pools. one (1) 20 second timeout will be allowed per game. Roosevelt. Team rosters shall be turned in to the sport advisor prior to the first regular season game. and Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center. 6. BYUH. 2. 3. B. Teams will switch goal ends following each quarter. There will be one division 3. All Star Selection: All-star selection shall be according to Administrative Section. Schedule A. Regular season games will consist of two (2)* referee. Game Rules The National Federation rules will prevail with the following modifications. If there are twelve (12) teams or less. and on Saturdays starting at 9:00 a. Swimsuits are to be of one piece.m. The designed home team will be responsible for calling in the scores and results to the media and the sport advisor after each game. 3. semi-finals. B. 4. 5. League Format A.Section XXI. one (1) timer. E. with numbers designated. no games played by that school should be counted in the standings. 7. Uniforms 1. 8. Team rosters and starting lineups for each team. All caps are to be numbered and will be considered as the uniform. 2. 3. 4.m. Budget: Refer to section on Sports Budget. 3. 2. The designated home team shall be responsible for the game ball and setting up of nets and other markings needed for the operation of the matches. Multiple games may be played on Saturdays. C. General Rules 1. No games shall start earlier than 3:00 p. Awards: Refer to Section 1. Water Polo (06/2009) 1. D. on testing dates. B.m. Equipment A. F.

98. Wrestlers who were scratched E. 0 – Loss). must be stripped down to at least a suitable undergarment for weigh-ins. The official rules will be found in the Federation rulebook unless modified by the league. if needed. Consideration for teams missing scheduled weigh-in times will be given to those with transportation problems only. 130. faxed.Section XXII. Seeding for the Divisional Tournament will be taken in the following order: 1) All weigh-in verification forms and entries are to be e-mailed. 155. 6) Divisional Championships will have a Dermatologist present during the first day of weigh in’s. Use the previous night’s dual meet weigh-ins. 160. 125. A courtesy call to the host school shall be made with the number provided on the schedule. 175. Weigh-in will also be conducted at the regular designated time. 3) Sites will have available. Wrestling (06/2010) 1. 108. 220 Meet officials will conduct weigh-in of contestants. 135. 140. a visual clock for weigh-ins for both boys and girls. 1) Weigh-in procedures will be followed according to the Federation rule book. A105 . 2) Weigh-in for two day tournaments: Second day weigh-ins will be conducted at the designated time. 215. 114. 4) All contestants. the individuals overall season dual meet record will be used (including forfeits). 171. 4) Special consideration: After discussion. 114. All weigh-in sheets must be turned in to the Advisory Chairperson by Sunday of that week so weights can be inputted into the OPC. 3) In case of ties. G. Record will be determined by point system (2 – win. unless prior permission is granted from the OIA Executive Director. C. b. 103. 120. B. The seeding committee will be made up of all coaches and or the Advisory Chairperson. 125. 120. all wrestlers will be ranked and seeded based on the seeding criteria. coaches not involved will vote to determine the seeding of the wrestler. 130. 3) All scales must be certified and carry a sticker to that effect. 5) Head to head competition and common opponent(s) will be used if both wrestlers have similar records. 145. Game Rules A. Wrestling placement for tournaments: 1) For the Varsity and JV Divisional Tournaments. If forms and entries are sent or faxed. The officials will be registered through the Executive Director. This will allow the meeting chair time for preparation and follow up. Weight Classifications: Boys: 108. Certification: 1) The certified weight shall be the wrestler’s lowest weight on the weigh-in sheet. it is recommended that it be done by 12 noon of the day of the seeding meeting. by a coach from an opposing school. and or hand delivered to the Advisory Chairperson prior to the Divisional seeding meeting. 189. Any rulings on any unforeseen events shall be made at the discretion of the protest committee. F. 2) Weight must be certified by the referee or if the referee is not there. 1 – Tie. 285 Girls: D. 2) Seeding will be determined by the individual’s record at the weight class he/she will be entering (including forfeits). 152. 140. including girls. 2) All changes must be submitted prior to the seeding meeting and seeding of wrestlers for the OIA Varsity and JV Tournaments. 5) Weigh-in for Mini Tournaments: a.

J. 5) Any wrestler scratched for any reason after the start of the first match will be considered a forfeit. Special consideration should be given to exceptional wrestlers who did not participate in the divisional tournaments. League Format A. 3) For the OIA Varsity and JV Tournaments. all wrestlers from each weight class will be seeded according to the results of the Divisional Tournaments. 4) OIA Tournament Reseeding of Weight Class Bracket: When a wrestler is scratched or fails to make weight. A106 . A seeding meeting will be held one (1) day before the Division and OIA Tournaments. Dual match procedures will be set according to the rulebook. M. Places 7-11 in the Divisional Tournaments will be ranked using the bad mark system for determining OIA state qualifiers. and or did not make weight from the Divisional Tournament must also be resubmitted. This list of wrestlers should be typewritten and should include the person’s first and last names and school affiliation. K. The same goes for all other Charter Schools. For dual meet purposes. JV and Varsity Tournaments. No reseeding of bracket. This list will be used for seeding and entries in the OIA Championship Tournaments.H. The word “session” is clarified in the HHSAA Handbook If a hair/head cover is used. This person shall be responsible for organizing and running the tournament and shall be present for all sessions. 2. The Tournament Director shall be from the host school. Wrestlers will not be penalized for shaking hands with officials or coaches. The results should be given to the Advisory Chairperson by Wednesday after the divisional tournament. reseed the entire weight class. students of HSDB and Anuenue will represent their own school. B. Participation starts when the wrestler steps on the mat for competition. I. it must fasten under the chin. L. For the Eastern and Western Division. The Tournament Directors for the Divisional Tournaments shall be responsible for ranking all wrestlers in each weight class according to results of the tournament and the criteria in the official rules of the OIA Handbook. students of HSDB (Hawaii School for the Deaf and Blind) may participate with Kalani High School and students of Anuenue may participate with Roosevelt High School.

2) The brackets for use in the OIA Championship will be as follows: East 1 West 8 East 9 East 5 West 4 East 3 East 11 West 6 East 7 West 10 West 2 East 2 West 7 East 10 West 11 East 6 West 3 East 4 West 5 East 8 West 9 West 1 3) Score 7th and 8th place in OIA Varsity Tournament. A107 . No medals will be awarded for 7th and 8th place. OIA Championships 1) The Varsity and JV Championship will be determined by the most points accumulated through the individual championship tournament.C.

Two points will be assigned for a win.m. 5) The host school will be responsible for obtaining at least two mats for the meet as well as clocks and other necessary equipment. and the supervising official or designee. OIA Rules will prevail when pertaining to other protests such as eligibility. Dual Matches 1) Dual matches within the division will count toward seeding for the divisional tournaments. G. 2) The Varsity and JV Champions will be determined by the most points accumulated through the individual championship tournament. 4) A108 . In the event a protest arises at an OIA Championship tournament (Dual Meet. Eight man brackets and/or round robin pairings may be used at the discretion of the host school. Junior Varsity. or Varsity) a protest committee shall be made up of the OIA Wrestling Coordinator (if available). Changes to the line-up can be made up to the required reporting time. The revised sheet will provide a space for each coach to sign in acknowledgement of the final team score. 2) The host schools shall be responsible for obtaining an adequate number of mats as well as clocks and other necessary equipment. the host site Athletic Director or designee. 2) Coaches will be responsible for submitting a tentative line-up prior to their matches. I. true seeding will take place in that weight class. 7) The designated home school shall be responsible for the official scorebook and the host school shall be responsible for reporting of results to the Advisory Chairperson and the newspapers. The total number of matches (both regular and exhibition) between any two schools shall not exceed (48). two coaches. F. If no line-up is submitted. Individual scoring for the OIA Individual Tournament will be the same as the rulebook. OIA Divisional Championship 1) The Divisional Championships will be held on Friday and/or Saturday. 4) The top two finishers in each divisional will then meet in a single elimination playoff for the OIA Dual Meet title. H. All decisions shall be final. Results may be used in seeding only for head to head matches in case of ties for special consideration. Wall charts and ribbons shall be optional at the discretion of the host school. one for a tie and zero for losses. Scoring: Each team will be allowed one wrestler in each of the weight classifications. 3) The revised Dual Meet Score Sheet shall be used. Referees will conduct all weigh-ins of wrestlers at all OIA and Divisional Championships. Divisional. 8) Original weigh-in sheets and dual meet results are to be e-mailed/sent/faxed/ and/or hand delivered to the Sport Advisor 9) immediately after the conclusion of the day’s dual meets. coaches will be responsible to send the correct wrestler for the correct weight class. Points will be scored according to the rulebook. Start: 10:30 a.D. The team with the best record within its division will be declared the divisional dual champion. E. 3) The Athletic Director of the host school or his/her designee shall be the Tournament Director. 5) Teams going to ILH hosted Minis may use ILH eligibility rules for participation.m. 4) Suggested Schedule: Weigh-in: 8:00 a. These tournaments may be interdivisional with a special effort to group schools who do not face each other in duals. 5) In the event there is no representation from one division in a weight class. 6) Exhibition matches may be run only if the total number of matches between schools does not exceed forty-eight (48). Mini Tournaments 1) Unlimited entries.

Deviations in times may be done with approval of the Advisor in charge and the Executive Director. Awards: Budget: Refer to section on Sports Budget.” C.. Statistics Host schools will be responsible for calling in scores and results to the press. Consideration to schools having two or more mats. and at the expiration of the injury/bleeding time out. B. Equipment A. Both tournaments may be one or two day tournament depending on the number of entries and approval of the Executive Director and Advisory Chairperson. The Advisory Chairperson shall collect and keep on record all championship tournament results. Schedule A. last name.6 Match Clocks 300 Match Cards 4 – 6 Stopwatches Tournament Brackets for each Weight Class Supplies to clean wrestlers shoes before entering mat B. Injury/bleeding time A. she shall be allowed a maximum of five (5) minutes to change without penalty. Schools will bring mats on request. first name. and coaches. The first eight qualifiers in each weight division will qualify for the HHSAA State wrestling tournament. 8. (This is especially important for triangular matches). Female Menstruation Time A. 5.3. statisticians’ and officials’ rules clinic will be held prior to the season. 1:15. Refer to section 1 4. A coaches’. Schools will call and send in the results of their individual wrestlers to the Advisory Chairperson for seeding purpose and further press releases. etc. The timekeeper’s only responsibility during that time shall be to keep track of the injury/bleeding time and to verbally announce such time at intervals of: 1 minute. C. school. Note the league. 6. athletic trainer. A timekeeper shall be on the wrestling mat during injury/bleeding time outs to assist the wrestling official. Miscellaneous A. State qualifiers for positions 9. the additional time used will be deducted from the allowed five (5) minutes blood time. D. 7. will be determined by use of a “bad point system. If in the event the female wrestler needs more than five (5) minutes changing time. The Advisory Chairperson shall compile and submit a list of all state tournament qualifiers at the state seeding meeting. etc. The OIA Varsity and JV Championships will be held at different sites with more that three (3) days between tournaments. 9. The host/home school at a wrestling site shall be responsible for a stopwatch at each scoring table. 10. B. Mini-Matches may be inter-divisional B. A109 . B. and weight class. Equipment needed for the OIA Tournaments: 4-6 Wrestling Mats Flash Number Cards Side Mats 4-6 Horns or Towels for Throwing on Mat 4-6 Tables Spare Whistles 5 Chairs per Table 2 Sets of Anklets per Scoring Table Boundary Around Wrestling Area 4 . Host school can delegate tournament responsibilities to other participating schools. In the event a female wrestler menstruates during competition.

. 4 .” “ART. Covering a communicable condition shall not be considered acceptable and does not make the wrestler eligible to participate. Section. Coaches or wrestlers may return to competition on the second day. All participants will follow the NHFS Rule Book: “ART. Admin. please refer to the OIA Handbook. 3 . All participants must comply with the HHSAA weight control program. . .E. and the match and is stopped because of the signal. This document shall be furnished at the weigh-in or prior to competition in the dual meet or tournament. then the wrestler will default the match. H. If an on-site meet physician is present. prior to competing.” If a defensive Wrestler in a near fall situation signals with the “tap-out” gesture. A110 . . F. G. the coach shall provide current written documentation from a physician stating that the suspected disease or condition is not communicable and that the athlete’s participation would not be harmful to any opponent. If a participant is suspected by the referee or coach of having a communicable skin disease or any other condition that makes participation appear inadvisable. in charge of skin checks. I. For all other penalties. This includes weekly submission of team weigh in sheets to the sport coordinator and use of the NCWA OPC Calculator for developing weight loss plans and weigh in sheets. except if the tap-out gesture is due to an illegal hold on the part of the offensive wrestler. Coaches may ask for special consideration when determining All-Stars. All-Star selection: All First and Second Team All-Star selections shall be based on a wrestler’s performance at the Divisional level. Ejection of coaches and wrestlers for 2-day events: Coaches or wrestlers ejected on the eve of a 2-day tournament must sit out of competition on the first day only (of the upcoming tournament). he/she may overrule the diagnosis of the physician signing the physician’s release form for a wrestler to participate with a particular skin condition. Wrestlers must use the HHSAA approved form for documenting skin lesions. Form must be presented to personnel.

Var CHEERLEADING. Comp. Var 23 VOLLEYBALL. Var 23 WRESTLING. Girls Varsity 24 Jr. Girls Varsity 22 Jr. Girls Varsity 23 Jr. Boys 22 SOCCER. Var 23 PADDLING. Boys Varsity 24 Jr. Hawaii Technol . Boys Varsity 23 Jr. Boys 23 VOLLEYBALL. Girls Varsity 22 Jr. Girls BOWLING Boys Girls 18 X 18 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 0 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 2 0 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Varsity 22 Jr. Var 22 SOFT TENNIS Boys 14 Girls 15 SWIMMING. Girls Varsity 20 Jr. Girls Varsity 21 Jr. Boys Varsity 20 Jr. Boys Varsity 23 Jr. Var 21 SOFTBALL Varsity 23 Jr. Var 23 GOLF Boys 22 Girls 22 JUDO Boys 19 Girls 19 PADDLING. Var 20 TENNIS. Boys BASKETBALL. Var 20 SWIMMING. Varsity Jr. Boys Varsity 23 23 23 23 23 22 Jr. sports your school will NOT participate in for the above school year. Jr Var 23 SOCCER.2010-11 OIA Sports Participation Ke Kula O Samuel M Hakipuu Learning Ce As of 05/18/10 MB Thompson Halau Ku Mana Halau Lokahi Farrington Roosevelt Moanalua Pearl City Campbell McKinley Anuenue Waianae X X X X X X X X X X X AIR RIFLERY BASEBALL BASKETBALL. Girls Varsity22 Jr. Var 23 TRACK. Var 22 School Totals X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 52 22 54 54 52 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 2 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 0 B1 54 53 52 54 54 54 0 54 54 50 54 40 53 50 54 52 0 50 43 53 Waipahu Nanakuli Leilehua Kalaheo Waialua Kaimuki Radford Kahuku Kapolei TOTAL Mililani Kaiser Castle Kailua Kalani HSDB Aiea Please indicate with an "X". Var 22 CROSS COUNTRY. Var 22 Varsity 23 Jr. Boys 21 TENNIS. Var 21 Varsity 23 Jr. Var 23 Blue 22 WATER POLO. Var 20 TRACK. Sideline CROSS COUNTRY. Var 22 FOOTBALL Varsity 23 Jr. Girls 18 WRESTLING. Var 22 Boys Girls CHEERLEADING. Girls Varsity 23 Jr.

25 $200.35 $4.51 $187.420.47 $630.589.98 $2. y Boys.07 $2.81 $99.678. Varsity Girls. Varsity Girls.849.70 $1.75 $264.50 $54.75 $4.355.10 $2.87 $400.71 $14.355. BOYS BASKETBALL.29 $474.78 $232.25 $270.818.30 $ .420.23 $775.363.928.56 $1.90 $39. JV Girls.81 $17.228.33 $25. $24.113.038.446.613.038.00 $67.Budgeted League Assessments 2010-11 Sport AIR RIFLERY BASEBALL BASKETBALL.08 $291.00 $5.054.795. JV Mixed y . JV Girls.772. $1.25 $14.80 $117.75 $20. Varsity Boys.70 $2.95 $2.131.26 $25.55 $6.65 $5.78 $13.71 $952.89 $ .70 $57.534.326.59 $1.13 $356.68 $25.10 $8.48 $295.72 $52.37 $2.09 $7.18 $1.932.00 $162.69 $1.615.534. JV Girls.59 $32.40 $187.684. Varsity Boys.134.95 $6.952.05 $8.013.433.65 $1.25 $775.00 $63.08 $24.94 $66.810.086.65 $23.03 $14.05 $24.94 $117.44 $656.13 $2. Varsity Boys. Varsity Girls.80 $17. Varsity Girls.45 $219.35 $5.963.75 $2.10 $359.135.984.725.078. JV Boys.920. JV TRACK VOLLEYBALL WATER POLO WRESTLING Totals .095.24 $9. Varsity Boys.76 Cost Per School $14.39 $237.260.53 $157.90 $38.65 $1.086.134. Varsity Girls.63 $67.95 $736.312.01 $39.86 $622.09 $9.13 $3.952.87 $1. Varsity Girls.98 $356.75 $1. JV Varsity Junior Varsity Boys Girls Boys.732.312.71 $927.868.170. GIRLS BOWLING CHEERLEADING CROSS COUNTRY # of Schools Entered 18 18 22 21 23 22 23 22 23 23 23 23 22 22 22 22 23 23 22 22 19 19 24 23 24 23 24 22 22 21 23 19 14 15 20 20 20 20 21 21 20 23 23 23 23 22 18 23 23 22 22 Total Cost $264. JV Girls.18 $417.260.05 $8.00 $5.00 $21.318.05 $1.88 $4.67 $184. Varsity Girls.30 $9. Varsity Girls.129.542.24 $35.14 FOOTBALL GOLF JUDO PADDLING SOCCER SOFTBALL SOFT TENNIS SWIMMING TENNIS Boys Girls Varsity Junior Varsity Varsity Junior Varsity Varsity Junior Varsity Boys Girls Varsity Junior Varsity Boys. Blue Girls Varsity Boys.00 $359.00 $1.140.37 $99. JV Boys Varsity Girls Varsity Girls.18 $35.83 $183. JV Girls.00 $200.51 $122.37 $427. JV Varsity Junior Varsity Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys.65 $4.

0 ea. Boys Championship Team Medals.00 $0.00 $0. $90. Replica. Coaches (4) TOTALS: ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: $13. 1 ea.Girls Individual Championship.AIR RIFLERY BUDGET 2010-11 Boys Qty HOSPITALITY AWARDS O.75 $49. Girls MEDALS: Championship Team Medals.I.Boys Individual Championship.50 $43. Replica.00 $264.00 $0. ea. ea. Mililani.35 $4.00 0 ea. Girls Total Awards EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Rule Books Target Protector Paper Targets Total Equipment/Supplies TRANSPORTATION HHSAA Participants (28).00 $28.15 divided by 18 schools Girls: $257.00 $0.93 Boys: $257.40 $49.00 $0.Girls All-Star Certificates. Nanakuli Unit Unit Price $100.75 $4. Kaiser.00 $264.A. Boys O.50 0 ea.50 $43.15 divided by 18 schools $13.93 SCHOOLS NOT PARTICIPATING: Aiea.00 $0.75 $49.I.00 Girls $100.50 $28.40 $1.75 $43. $49.75 $0. $3.35 $4. ea. ea.00 $0.00 $0.75 $0. 10 10 10 10 20 20 ea. ea.A.35 $4.00 Totals $200.50 B3 .00 $0.00 $529.00 $329.50 $43. 0 ea.00 $0.00 1 ea.35 $1. Boys All-Star Certificates.

00 $90. 1 ea.00 $108.00 $7. JV Season Gas Stipend.00 $209.00 $0.00 $4.75 $4.420. 40 ea.00 $300. $1.300.00 $70.00 2 ea.00 $674.00 $0.10 $8.00 $10. 2 games JV Championship.00 $100. Champ. ea.00 $300.00 $1. 1 game HHSAA Tournament Subsidy (5 teams. ea. ea. ea.00 $150.00 $209.00 $150.50 $10.30 $0.40 $99.00 $600.00 $20. 21 players ea.10 ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Varsity: $20. 3 game Preliminary JV.00 $0.00 $1.00 $20.10 28 6 4 2 teams teams teams teams $150.080. Part II Special Duty HPD.87 $400.000. ea.30 $120.75 $4.BASEBALL BUDGET 2010-11 Varsity Qty OFFICIALS Varsity Games Playoff Games OIA Championship Game JV Games JV Playoff Games JV Championship Game Gas Stipend.990.963.080.00 $282.00 $29.00 $4.00 $70.00 $75.963.00 $0.00 0 players Total Transportation MISCELLANEOUS Scoreboard operator Field Prep for playoffs Rule Books for Umpires Case Books for Umpires Rule Books for OIA Case Books for OIA Umpires Manuals Baseball Exam. 104 ea. ea. Unit Price $75.00 $100.00 $6.75 $0.75 $4.00 divided by 21 schools Schools Not Participating: JV=Waialua $952.383.00 $150. Gam Total Miscellaneous TOTALS: 1 1 0 0 44 44 0 35 35 1 day day ea. ea. 14 games Varsity Championship.00 $900.00 $1.000.00 $141.00 $145.808.00 $280.00 $40.00 124 26 2 100 2 1 1 1 1 ea.) JV Totals Unit game game game game game game ea.10 divided by 22 schools JV: $8. Varsity Season Total Officials COMMISSIONER HOSPITALITY AWARDS OIA Varsity Plaque Gold Medals All-Star Certificates Total Awards TRANSPORTATION Preliminary Varsity. $49.95 B4 .60 $419.75 $4.00 $300.000.50 $174. ea.50 $120.00 $75.00 $1.200.00 $140.75 $4.000.00 $9.00 $280.00 $300.000. Part I Baseball Exam.420. $40.35 $1.00 $2.

00 $600.00 $6.50 $0.00 $2.00 $90.50 $4.05 28 8 4 4 teams teams teams teams $150.03 $14. $4.00 $150.75 $4.00 $150.00 $300.00 $29.00 $35.63 $2. ea.40 $99.00 $38.00 JV Totals $9.07 B5 .433.75 $49.75 $4.00 $67.00 $600.I.03 $14.00 $1.75 $0.520.446.75 $4.50 $4.920.00 $150.300.360.760.80 $123.I.88 $7.00 $18.75 $4. ea. Varsity Unit Price $135.070. JV Medals.00 $220.00 $220.60 52 52 1 5 26 ea.75 $11.200.A.00 $147.150.90 $67.divided by number of schools: 23 22 $67.932. Replica.000.00 $70.200.00 $1.00 2 0 34 48 ea.446. Replica.00 $6.00 $4.35 $1.44 $656. Gold Certificates. ea. ea.380.A.00 $300.65 ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Varsity .879.00 $1.00 $1. ea.88 $535. Varsity O. ea. ea. $49.00 $220.50 $123.150.BOYS BASKETBALL BUDGET 2010-11 OFFICIALS Varsity season games Varsity playoff games JV season games JV playoff games Gas Stipend Totals for Officials COMMISSIONER HOSPITALITY OPERATIONAL EXPENSES FOR HOME SITES Site 136 sites Varsity playoffs games 29 games JV playoff games 8 games Total operational Expenses for Home sites AWARDS O.00 $1.50 $123.75 $11.00 $4.060. All Star Total Awards EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Rule books Case books Officials Manuals Basketball Handbooks Basketball Exams Total Equipment/Supplies TRANSPORTATION Preliminary Varsity 28 games Varsity Championship game Preliminary JV games 4 game JV Championship game Total Transportation TOTALS Qty 136 29 136 6 1 Unit games games games games ea.00 $150.00 $540.30 $123.433.63 $81.00 $1.350.000.600.divided by number of schools JV .20 $314.

BOYS BASKETBALL BUDGET 2010-11 B5 .

75 $0.00 $1.00 136 sites 28 games 6 games $220. $4. Unit Price $135.360.00 $150.00 2 0 34 48 ea.60 52 52 2 5 26 ea. for Home Sites AWARDS OIA Replica.00 $480.75 $ $4.00 $78.00 $6. ea.00 $1.200.50 $123.868.00 $2.00 $4.78 $602.35 $1.99 B6 .00 $300.00 $300.88 $7.200.75 $4.90 $67.00 $150.75 $4.50 $ $11.600.65 $2.00 JV Totals $9.75 $4.40 $99. ea.00 $147.00 $1.75 $49.868. $49. ea.78 $13.78 Divided By 23 Schools JV: $13.710.090.00 $67.00 $1.50 $11. 27 Games-inc "IF" (Div Varsity Championship.350.920.400. Gold 17 per division @ $4.170.00 $220. Varsity OIA Replica.30 $123.40 Total Awards EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Rule Books Case Books Officials Manuals Basketball Handbooks Basketball Exam Total Equipment/Supplies TRANSPORTATION Preliminary Varsity.00 $4.00 $80.00 $29.00 $600.160.170.00 $18.000.50 $ $9.00 $37.090. 2 Games (Div I/Div Preliminary JV Games. ea.859.000.05 28 8 4 4 teams teams teams teams $150. OFFICIALS Varsity Games (Div I/Div II) Playoff Games (Div I/Div II) JV Games (Div I/Div II) JV Playoff Games (Div I/Div II) Gas Stipend Total for Officials COMMISSIONER HOSPITALITY OPERATIONAL EXP FOR HOME SITES Games (Div I/Div II) Varsity Playoff Games (Div I/Div II) JV Playoff Games (Div I/ Div II) Total Operational Exp.50 $0. All Star 48 @ $1. 4 games (Div I/Div JV Championship 2 Games (Div I/Div II) Total Transportation TOTALS: ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Varsity: $67. ea.00 $150.00 $600.GIRLS BASKETBALL BUDGET 2010-11 Varsity Qty.00 $150.88 Divided By 22 Schools 136 29 136 6 1 Unit games games games games ea.20 $314.88 $6.520.00 $1.50 $123. ea.00 $1.80 $123. ea.00 $220. JV Medals.00 $70.798.180.320.00 $32.88 $535.35 Certificates.

35 $4.00 $75.A.40 $39.35 $4.75 divided By 23 schools $187.35 $1.75 $4. Gold Individual Championship.50 Total OIA Individual Championship Tournament TRANSPORTATION .00 $2.300.00 $8.00 $90.800. Hakipuu.312. Gold Individual Championship. Silver Individual Championship.75 $6. Hawaii Tech.75 9 1 1 13 24 ea.BOWLING BUDGET 2010-11 Boys HOSPITALITY AWARDS O.312. 6 games each 360 games $2.00 32 32 3 3 participants participants coaches coaches $90.00 $90.00 $4. For Boys&Girls ea.00 $270. Bronze All Star Certificates Total Awards Qty Unit 1 ea.HHSAA Boys Girls Coaches for Boys Coaches for Girls Total Transportation to HHSAA TOTALS: $900. Academy. Replica MEDALS: Team Championship.35 $4.35 $56.00 $1. Unit Price $150.60 $375.50 OIA INDIVIDUAL & TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT 60 Boy Bowlers. Ke Kula O Samuel Kamakau B7 .880. Thompson Academy.75 divided By 23 schools Girls: $4.880. For Boys&Girls ea.51 $187.I. Halau Lokahi.75 $49.00 Girls $75.00 $90.15 $4.50 ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Boys: $4. 6 games each 360 games $2.55 $33.312. For Boys&Girls ea.00 $2.75 $49.35 $4.625.15 $4.00 $270.00 Totals $150.60 $39.50 60 Girl Bowlers.35 $56.00 $900.00 1 ea. For Boys&Girls ea.35 $4. For Boys&Girls $49.55 $33.312. Halau Ku Mana. For Boys&Girls $4.51 SCHOOLS NOT PARTICIPATING: Anuenue.

00 $ 560.00 $ 3.80 236.00 $ 1.23 $ 157.00 $ 1.75 49.818.00 $ 1.200. $ $ $ $ 49.00 150.00 $ 410.00 $ 48.CHEERLEADING BUDGET 2010-11 Qty Hospitality Home Sites.433.00 $ $ 670. ea.23 divided by 23 schools Unit Unit Price $ $ 37.00 $ 150. Gold All Star Certificates Total Equiptment/Supplies Spirit Rule Books Total Transportation Varsity Championships JV Championships Total Judges OIA Divisional West and East OIA Championships Gas Stipend Commissioner's Fee Total Totals Assessment to Each School: Varsity: $2.00 $ 590. ea. $ 280.75 118.38 $ 59.38 $ $ 118.13 $ $ $ $ 280.00 300.518.00 $ $ JV 75. Junior Varsity Medals.75 $ 59.800.75 49.00 $ 3.75 78.00 24.00 75.30 58.000.75 4. Varsity OIA Replica.00 590.30 58. East and West OIA Championships Total Awards OIA Replica.80 $ $ $ $ $ 49.00 $ 1.00 205.00 75. $ 4.00 $ $ Varsity 75.800.75 12 teams 12 teams $ 150.818.00 $ 1.60 25 ea.00 1 1 18 42 ea.00 $ 1.18 $ 122.00 2.00 $ 590.00 $ 6.00 $ 410.615.200.00 $ 500.00 4 ea.75 78.00 24. 2 ea.53 B8 .00 250.260.00 $ $ $ $ $ 280.75 $ $ 49. East and West OIA Championships Total Operational Expenses Home Sites.35 1.00 $ 670. 1 ea.50 75.40 $ $ 49.00 $ 48.00 $ 500.00 $ $ $ Total 150. $ 335.00 250.615. 1 ea. ea.13 divided by 23 schools JV: $3.00 205.35 2 1 1 1 sites site ea. ea.

75 $34.35 $87.75 $650.00 $75. 1st Team All-Star Certificates. paper. 2nd Team Ribbons Ribbons. Boys Ribbons.00 $50.60 $28.00 $75. gas etc) TOTAL EQUP/SUPPLIES TRANSPORTATION TO HHSAA 35 Boys + 2 Coaches 35 Girls + 2 Coaches TOTAL TRANSPORTATION TOTALS ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Boys Vars: $775.80 $4.09 B9 .00 $3.00 $200.35 $87.00 $600.00 $775.00 1 0 8 1 20 4 20 20 ea ea ea ea ea ea ea ea $49.00 $50.00 $150.00 $28.25 $200.00 $75.40 $1.24 $35.00 $75. COY.00 $50.40 $0.65 $0.35 $4.00 $28.80 $4.40 $1.00 $5.00 $150.00 $50.60 $28.00 $0.00 divided by 22 schools $100.75 $49.09 $9.00 $200.80 $4.00 $75.00 $90. Qty Unit Price HOSPITALITY OPERATIONAL EXP FOR HOME SITES Divisional Meets (East & West) 2 ea JV OIA Championship Meet 1 ea OIA Championship Meet 1 ea TOTAL OPERATIONS EXP.50 $35. Girls TOTAL AWARDS EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Stakes for finish line (copier.75 $19.50 1 1 set set $75.25 $775.00 $75.00 divided by 22 schools Gilrs JV $200.CROSS COUNTRY BUDGET 2010-11 B Vars.35 $1.75 $0.00 $0.00 $50.00 $0.00 0 0 ea ea $90. toner.00 $87.00 $150 $75.00 $75.00 $300.25 divided by 22 schools Boys JV $200.25 divided by 22 schools Girls Vars: $775.00 $0.050.35 $4. $100.00 135 ea 135 ea $87.00 $75.00 $75.00 $34.00 G Vars.65 $49.00 $5.00 $500.00 B JV G JV Totals $200.00 $75.24 $9.00 $150.00 $300. POY All-Star Certificates. FOR HOME SITES AWARDS OIA Varsity Plaque JV Plaque Medals Gold Medals Silver Medals Bronze Medals Certificates All-Star Certificates.

ea. Timer @ $25. Home Games (140+15) JV Stadium Conference Games (160+30+15+15+15) JV Playoff Games (160+25+15) Gas Stipend Total Officials COMMISSIONER HOSPITALITY OPERATIONAL EXPENSES FOR HOME SITES Home Games Home Game (three games) Varsity Playoffs at home sites Varsity Site: single conference game JV Playoff at home sites JV Site: single conference games Total Operational Exp.35 $1.00 $200.634.00 $1.00 $0.287. Part 1 Football Exam.25 $223.000.00 $512.600.494. ea.078.00 $235.71 $1.389.00 $13.400.437.V.00 $1.25 $223 25 $4.000.684.00 $1. Part 2 Answer Key Caps/Patches/Shells Chain Set Total Equipment/Supplies AWARDS OIA Varsity Replica OIA JV Replica Medals.75 $4.71 2 0 120 147 ea.00 $435.00 $1. ea. ea.00 $3.00 $205.00 47 47 47 1 47 47 2 1 1 ea.00 $1.00 $200.75 $4 75 $4.810.30 $0.00 84 0 9 0 12 0 games triple site games site games $1.75 $49.00 $2.10 $0.00 $135.320.01 $7.30 $727.00 $162.00 $150. ea.200.00 $650.00 $155. $49.25 $223.00 $3.75 $4.780.75 $14. ea. ea.00 $4.00 $2.71 $223.00 $47.803.00 $1.40 $99.00 $11. Field 4 @ $50=200.30 $0.00 $15.020.300.01 B10 .00 $108. Si lifi d & Ill t t d R l Simplified Illustrated Officials Manual Football Exam. Gold All-Star Certificates Total Awards TRANSPORTATION Varsity Conference Games JV Conference Games Playoffs: Varsity Red Playoffs: Varsity White Playoffs: JV Total Transportation TOTALS: ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: 0 4 9 84 0 12 1 games games games games games games ea.00 $512.00 $0.287.00 $202.00 $2. ea.70 $39.00 78 games Varsity Stadium Conference Games (303+30+25) Stadium Playoff Games (355+35+30+25) Varsity playoffs at home sites (355 +25+25+30) J.915. ea.00 $23.80 $827. $358.00 $445.287. Box @ $23) JV Totals Unit Unit Price $303.942.444.000.75 $4.15 $727.640.00 $1.300.320.75 $0.00 $3. ea. $4. ea.200.FOOTBALL BUDGET 2010-11 Varsity Qty OFFICIALS Varsity Home Games (Ref @ $55.00 $800.10 $14.00 $522.00 $0.00 $200.108.583.50 $0.135.000. For Home Sites EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Rule Books Case Books Rules.00 $2.30 22 22 13 4 21 teams teams teams teams teams $150.00 $1.00 $650.00 $1.82 $14.00 $0.00 $200.00 $0.00 $2.

ea. Boys Participants.50 $47. 3 ea. $4.65 $4. ea.Regular Golf Season Boys Championship Girls .00 $75.35 $4.55 22 ea.00 $75. $20.60 $30. $75.00 $675.00 $90. $90.00 $1.85 $170.Championship Total Rules Committee TOTALS: ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Boys: $5.10 $4.35 $56.00 $1. $49.45 $4.HHSAA Participants.00 $720. 13 ea.00 $5. ea. ea. B/G.30 divided by 22 schools Unit Unit Price $150.00 Girls $150.00 $180.35 $30.060.00 $5.40 $1.A.29 B11 .40 $30.00 $720.00 $75.00 $90.40 $1.I.35 $4.80 $30.80 $5. ea.75 $49. Replica MEDALS: Gold Medals (Ind. Boys Coaches. Girls Coaches.054.00 $675.80 $5.440.75 13 ea. Girls Total Transportation to HHSAA RULES COMMITTEE (OFFICIALS) Boys . 4 ea.25 72 ea.50 $15.228.67 $184. Team 6B/5G) Silver Medals Bronze Medals All-Star Certificates: 1st team 2nd team Player/Coach of the Year Certificate Total Awards GOLF CART RENTALS Public GC Total Golf Cart Rental TRANSPORTATION .GOLF BUDGET 2010-11 Boys Qty HOSPITALITY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES Rule Books Decisions Books Total Equipment & Supplies AWARDS O.85 $37.65 divided by 22 schools Girls: $4.00 $180.650.310.054.60 $412.75 $49.00 $90.00 9 9 2 2 ea.00 34 2 21 2 ea.00 $150.228. $1.00 Totals $300. $1.70 1 ea.00 $9.80 $30.95 $37.Regular Golf Season Girls .282.50 $47.95 $237.55 $26.30 $1. ea. 22 ea. 1 ea.890.00 25 ea.35 $56.00 $150.00 $3.

JUDO BUDGET 2010-11 Boys Qty OFFICIALS Duals (referee $15, Judge 2 @ $10) Duals (referee $15, Judge 2 @ $10) OIA Championship Duals OIA Championship Duals West Individual Championship, Boys West Individual Championship, Girls East Individual Championship, Boys East Individual Championship, Girls Individual Championship, Boys Individual Championship, Girls 1 Pre-season Tournament, Boys 1 Pre-season Tournament, Girls Gas Stipend Total Officials COMMISSIONER HOSPITALITY OIA Individual Divisional Championships ($75/site) Team Championships Total Hospitality OPERATIONAL EXPENSES FOR HOME SITES Team Championship = $300.00 Divisional Championship = $360.00 Individual Championship = $360.00 Total Operations Exp. For Home Sites AWARDS OIA Replica, Boys OIA Replica, Girls MEDALS: Gold Medals, Team Boys Gold Medals, Team Girls Gold Medals, Boys Gold Medals, Girls Silver Medals, Boys Silver Medals, Girls Bronze Medals, Boys Bronze Medals, Girls Divisional Ribbons, Boys Divisional Ribbons, Girls All-Star Certificates, Boys All-Star Certificates, Girls Total Awards TOTALS: ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Boys: $9,013.05 divided by 19 schools Girls: $8,113.05 divided by 19 schools 830 830 70 70 175 125 175 125 325 300 300 200 1 Unit Unit Price Girls Totals

ea. $4.00 $3,320.00 ea. $4.00 ea. $4.00 $280.00 ea. $4.00 matches $4.00 $700.00 matches $4.00 matches $4.00 $700.00 matches $4.00 matches $4.00 $1,300.00 matches $4.00 matches $4.00 $1,200.00 matches $4.00 ea. $126.00 $63.00

$3,320.00 $280.00 $500.00 $500.00 $1,200.00 $800.00 $63.00 $14,226.00

$250.00

$250.00

$500.00

$75.00 $75.00 $37.50

$75.00 $75.00 $37.50 $375.00

$150.00 $180.00 $180.00

$150.00 $180.00 $180.00 $1,020.00

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$49.75 $49.75 $4.35 $4.35 $4.35 $4.35 $4.35 $4.35 $4.35 $4.35 $0.65 $0.65 $1.40 $1.40

$49.75 $49.75 $52.20 $52.20 $43.50 $43.50 $43.50 $43.50 $174.00 $174.00 $78.00 $78.00 $61.60 $61.60 $9,013.05 $8,113.05 $1,005.10 $17,126.10

$474.37 $427.00

Non Participating Schools: Anuenue, Nanakuli, Radford, and Waianae B12

Paddling Budget 2010-11

Boys, Vars. Qty. Unit OPERATIONAL SITE EXPENSES Lane Layers Official Boats (3 @ $250 ea.) Site Expense Miscellaneous Office/Admin. Supplies AWARDS
OIA Varsity Replica, Boys OIA Varsity Replica, Girls OIA Varsity Replica, Mixed OIA JV Replica, Boys OIA JV Replica, Girls OIA JV Replica, Mixed Medals, Team, Varsity Boys Medals, Team, Varsity Girls Medals, Team, Varsity Mixed All-Star Certificates, Varsity Boys, 1st Team All-Star Certificates, Varsity Girls, 1st Team All-Star Certificates, Varsity Mixed, 1st Team All-Star Certificates, Varsity Boys, 2nd Team All-Star Certificates, Varsity Girls, 2nd Team All-Star Certificates, Varsity Mixed, 2nd Team All-Star Certificates, COY, East Boys All-Star Certificates, COY, East Girls All-Star Certificates, COY, West Boys All-Star Certificates, COY, West Girls

Girls, Vars.

Boys, JV

Girls, JV

Mixed

Unit Cost $650.00 $250.00 $108.00 $0.00 $49.75 $49.75 $49.75 $49.75 $49.75 $49.75 $4.35 $4.35 $4.35 $1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $90.00 $90 00 $200.00 $90.00 $812.50 $312.50 $135.00 $0.00 $49.75 $49.75 $49.75 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $43.50 $43.50 $43.50 $16.80 $16.80 $16.80 $16.80 $16.80 $16.80 $1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $0.00 $0 00 $100.00 $45.00 $0.00 $0 00 $100.00 $45.00 $0.00 $0 00 $812.50 $312.50 $135.00 $0.00 $812.50 $312.50 $135.00 $0.00 $812.50 $312.50 $135.00 $0.00

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TRANSPORTATION
HHSAA Tournament Subsidy (28 teams, 7 players ea.)

HOSPITALITY SECURITY
Police (OIA Championships)

0 players l 1 1 ea.

TOTALS
Assessment to each school Boys, Varsity: Girls, Varsity: Boys, JV: Girls, JV: Mixed:

$1,534.65 $1,534.65 $1,260.00 $1,260.00 $5,589.30 $1,534.65 $61.39 $1,534.65 $63.94 $1,260.00 $50.40 $1,260.00 $52.50 $5,589.30 $232.89

B13

SOCCER BUDGET 2010-11

Boys Qty. OFFICIALS Boys Games Girls Varsity Games Girls JV Games OIA Play Off Games, Boys OIA Play Off Games, Girls OIA Play Off Games, JV Girls Gas Stipend Total Officials COMMISSIONER HOSPITALITY OPERATIONAL EXPENSES FOR HOME SITES Site, Boys Site, Girls Varsity Site, Girls JV Security: 1 HPD/game, Boys Security: 1 HPD/game, Girls AWARDS O.I.A. Replica, Boys O.I.A. Replica, Girls Varsity O.I.A. Replica, JV MEDALS, Gold, Boys MEDALS, Gold, Girls All-Star Certificates, Boys All-Star Certificates, Girls Total Awards EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Rule Books (for boys & girls) Soccer Exams, Part 1 Soccer Exam, Part 2 Total Equipment/Supplies MISCELLANEOUS Announcer Fees (for boys & girls) TRANSPORTATION-PLAY-OFFS Preliminary Varsity, Boys, 18 games Preliminary Varsity, Girls, 18 games Preliminary JV, Girls, 4 games Varsity Championship, Boys Varsity Championship, Girls JV Championship, Girls Total Transportation Play Offs HHSAA TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY 5 teams with 22 participants 5 teams with 2 coaches each Total Transportaion to HHSAA TOTALS: ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: BOYS: GIRLS Varsity: Girls JV: SCHOOLS NOT PARTICIPATING: $24,952.05 Divided By 22 Schools $24,952.05 Divided By 22 Schools $8,772.00 Divided by 20 Schools BOYS $24,952.05 0 players 0 players $90.00 $90.00 18 teams 18 teams 8 teams 4 teams 4 teams 2 teams $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $150.00 $600.00 $2,700.00 4 games $10.00 $40.00 66 ea. 66 ea. 66 ea. $4.75 $0.30 $0.30 $156.75 $9.90 $9.90 2 ea. 2 ea. 0 ea. 48 ea. 48 ea. 88 ea. 88 ea. $49.75 $49.75 $49.75 $4.35 $4.35 $1.40 $1.40 $123.20 $208.80 $99.50 8 sites 8 sites 3 sites 108 games 108 games $355.00 $355.00 $40.00 $60.00 $60.00 $6,480.00 $2,840.00 $750.00 $100.00 124 games 124 games 106 games 21 games 21 games 6 games 1 ea. $70.00 $70.00 $63.00 $90.00 $90.00 $75.00 $792.00 $264.00 $1,890.00 $8,680.00 Unit Unit Price

Girls Varsity

Girls JV

Totals

$8,680.00 $6,678.00 $1,890.00 $210.00 $264.00 $750.00 $100.00 $264.00 $28,820.00 $1,500.00 $200.00

$2,840.00 $120.00 $6,480.00 $18,760.00

Total Operational Exp. For Home Sites

$99.50 $0.00 $208.80 $123.20 $863.00 $156.75 $9.90 $9.90 $353.10 $40.00 $80.00

$2,700.00 $1,200.00 $600.00 $300.00 $8,100.00

$0.00 $24,952.05 $1,134.18 $1,134.18 $438.60 $8,772.00 $58,676.10

JV GIRLS-Kaimuki, McKinley

B14

SOFTBALL BUDGET 2010-11

Varsity Qty. OFFICIALS Games, Varsity Games, JV OIA Play Off Games OIA Championship Game OIA JV Play Off Games Gas Stipend Total Officials COMMISSIONER HOSPITALITY OPERATIONAL EXPENSES FOR HOME SITES Varsity, 4 Days (15 games) 20 games JV 3 games Total Operational Expenses for Home Sites EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Score Book, Varsity Score Book, JV Rule Books Case Books Umpire Manuals Fast Pitch Exam Portable Fences (CORP) Grounds Crew (CORP) q p pp Total Equipment/Supplies AWARDS O.I.A. Replica Gold Medals All-Star Certificates Total Awards TRANSPORTATION Playoff subsidy TOTALS: ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Varsity: $21,326.65 divided by 23 schools $927.25 JV: $5,135.00 divided by 22 schools $233.41 Schools Not Participating in JV: Anuenue, MBTA Schools Not Participating in Varsity: MBTA 136 81 24 2 5 1 Unit games games games game games ea. Unit Price $60.00 $55.00 $87.00 $114.00 $55.00 $1,312.00 $7,480.00

JV

Totals

$4,455.00 $2,088.00 $228.00 $275.00 $1,312.00 $15,838.00 $750.00 $200.00 $250.00 $1,000.00 $200.00

$122.53 $50.00

$2,450.60 $150.00 $2,600.60

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$5.00 $5.00 $4.75 $4.75 $4.75 $0.30 $500.00 $1,000.00

$5.00 $5.00 $218.50 $218.50 $4.75 $13.80 $500.00 $1,000.00 $ , $1,965.55

2 ea. 40 ea. 60 ea.

$49.75 $4.35 $1.40

$99.50 $174.00 $84.00 $357.50

30 teams

$150.00

$4,500.00 $21,326.65

$4,500.00 $5,135.00 $26,461.65

B15

80 $34.75 $49. 12 12 8 8 24 24 ea. HOSPITALITY EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Balls Balls Duty for shipping of Equip from Japan Total Equipment/Supplies AWARDS OIA Replica.00 Totals $150.40 $1.50 1 ea.00 $10. ea.40 $49. Nanakuli.75 $100.65 Girls: $359.75 $4.10 divided by 15 schools: $23. Radford.00 $13.SOFT TENNIS BUDGET 2010-11 Boys Qty.94 SCHOOLS NOT PARTICIPATING: Farrington. ea.00 $13.20 B16 . Girls Total Awards TOTALS: ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Boys: $359. Mililani. Boys Team Gold Medals.50 $100. Girls Team Gold Medals. ea.00 Girls $75.10 $359. ea. Girls Individual All-Star Certificates. ea.00 $27.20 $34. Boys OIA Replica.35 $4. 1 ea. Girls MEDALS: Gold Medals. Boys All-Star Certificates.75 $49. Boys Individual Gold Medals.10 $718.80 $33.00 10 dozen 10 dozen 1 ea.Waianae Unit Unit Price $75.70 $359.10 divided by 14 schools: $ 25. $49.35 $4. $10.20 $52.35 $4.35 $1.75 $52. Kahuku.60 $340. Waialua.75 $227.60 $33.

00 $300. $90.00 $103.00 $0. $0.35 $274. Relays 296 ea.35 $91. Varsity 1 ea.75 MEDALS: Gold Medals 21 ea.00 $60.00 $60. $4.13 divided by 20 schools: $17. For Relays.65 $102.13 divided by 20 schools: $17. Boys Team 0 ea.00 $70. Girls. Boys (45 from 9 events) 0 ea.00 Coaches. $49.355. $200 for OIA Champ.00 $207.00 Participants.HHSAA Participants.35 $156.00 $75.00 $0. $400.00 Coaches.00 Total Transportation .75 $49. Relays 1 ea.13 $356. $1.00 $60.00 $0. WAIANAE B17 $150. $40.995. Boys.00 $0.38 $102.60 (8 Relays.75 OIA Replica.355. $140.20 $96. 1 Individual) RIBBONS: Ribbons.00 Team Manager Software Program 0 ea.40 $79. $99.80 Boys JV: $356. $0.355. $0.80 Total Awards TRANSPORTATION .00 $0.00 Announcer 6 meet $120. 1 Individual) All-Star Certificates 57 ea. $90.38 $102.00 $0.30 $6.60 $156.00 $180. Single Line 0 ea.50 $103.20 $356.00 Starter 6 meet $120. 1 Australian Mix.187. Divisionals and OIA JV Champ.00 $102.81 SCHOOL NOT PARTICIPATING: NANAKULI.. $1.00 $0.38 (9 Individual and 3 Relay Events) Ribbons.00 $0.75 $95.00 Colorado Scoreboard.00 Touch Pads 0 ea. $0..00 $150.250.00 $95. & Div. 1 Australian Mix.00 Total Equipment/Supplies AWARDS OIA Replica.35 $91.20 .00 $70.00 $342.00 $0.00 Swimming & Diving Exam 40 ea.05 $274.00 $300.98 divided by 20 schools: $117.35 $91.355. $4.81 Girls JV: $356.50 OIA Relays $207.35 Bronze Medals 63 ea.13 $0. $90.80 $79.35 $91.98 $2.00 OPERATIONAL EXP FOR HOME SITES OIA Championship $415.00 $60. Girls (45 from 9 events) 0 ea. Vars.75 Eastern Division/Western Division $415. JV Girls. $4.98 divided by 20 schools $117. (210/meet) 630 ea. $4. O. $4. Total Operational Exp for Home Sites EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Meet Operations: (Paper and Labels) 1 ea.75 $103.00 Rules Books 40 ea.00 $180.75 $49.65 $96. Vars.50 OIA JV Championship $207. JV Totals $900.00 $150.75 $1.50 $207.38 $2.00 $0.00 $207.50 $207.I.424. Girls Team 0 ea.00 Swim meet support (Fred Tester) 1 ea.50 Tech Crew 6 meet $360.75 $103.05 (9 Individual and 3 Relay Events) Gold Medals. Boys.75 $49.75 $49.00 $0.00 $0.00 PB-6 Buttons 0 ea. J.00 Swim Lane Donuts 0 ea.00 $75.A. OIA Relays 36 ea.SWIMMING BUDGET 2010-11 Qty Unit Unit Price HOSPITALITY ($150 ea.V.80 Girls Vars: $2. $90.20 (8 Relays.00 $0.00 $5.00 $6.HHSAA TOTALS: $2.69 $0. $49.35 $ $ $ Silver Medals 21 ea.98 ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL Boys Vars: $2.

00 $57.25 divided by 21 schools $99.10 $22.35 $1. $49.70 $57.00 $180.75 $4.80 $2. ea. 32 32 4 4 ea.40 $1.00 $1. 6 ea.25 $458.40 $2. 4 ea. Waianae Unit 1 ea. Unit Price Boys Girls JV Girls $150.40 $22. 12 ea.40 $2.25 $4.40 $49. JV Rule Books Total Equipment/Supplies AWARDS OIA Replica (2Vars) MEDALS Gold Silver Bronze ALL STAR CERTIFICATES 1st Team 2nd Team Player of the Year Coach of the Year Total Awards TRANSPORTATION HHSAA Participants HHSAA Coaches Total Transportation TOTALS: Assessment to each School Boys: Girls: Girls.25 $93.73 B18 .00 $1.080.00 $57.35 $4.50 $458.103.70 $2.00 $93.70 divided by 21 schools $2.40 $1.90 $13.35 $4.80 $2.10 $22. JV Schools Not Participating Boys & Girls Varsity: Nanakuli Girls.173. ea. JV:Nanakuli.00 $180.40 12 ea.00 $90.00 2 ea.00 $75.25 $57. ea. 16 case 1 case 0 ea.40 $2.TENNIS BUDGET 2010-11 Qty HOSPITALITY Equipment/Supplies Balls.080.05 $26.75 $60.00 $1.00 $2. 28 ea.50 Totals $150.80 $400. $90. Varsity Balls.40 $1.086.086.70 $2 086 70 divided by 21 schools $57.086.75 $60.37 $99.520.00 $75.00 $4.086.90 $13.40 $22.05 $26.25 $2.37 $99 37 $2.80 $49.

00 $0.00 ea ea ea ea ea ea ea ea $49.00 $0.00 $8.00 $75.00 $0.60 $686.00 $720.00 $360.00 $20.750.405.00 $330.00 $360.00 $330.35 $0.00 $0.60 $156.56 .90 divided by 23 schools B19 Unit meets techs meets meet meet Unit Price $350.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0. OIA Champ.00 $150.00 $800.00 $200.00 $90. Tape (300') 0 Steel Meas.400.00 $0.30 $50.00 $0.00 $15.40 $1.00 $150.00 $99.590.00 $0.000.00 $795.00 $300.00 $0.00 $99.35 $4.75 $4.00 $1.00 $0.75 $4.90 $0.00 $70.00 Totals $1.00 $20.00 $360.00 $5.65 $1. 4 OPERATIONAL EXPENSES FOR HOME SITES Computer Techs 4 JV/VARS DIVISIONAL 2 JV CHAMPIONSJIP 1 OIA CHAMPIONSHIP 1 Total Operational Exp for Home Sites EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES Hurdle Board: Lex II 0 Gun Blanks 32 Caliber 50 32 Caliber Gun 0 Starting Blocks 0 Discus (rubber) (B&G) 0 Fodvid (wood) (B &G) 0 Shot Put (B & G) 0 Cross Bar (HJ & PV) 0 High Jump Pit 0 Steel Meas.00 $15.00 $2.40 $191.35 $4.00 $140.00 $75 00 $695.40 $765.00 $20.00 $25.00 $0.00 $10.000.00 $1.00 $0.000.00 $4.00 $207.00 $237.400.00 $99.30 $0.75 $4.273.240.00 $1.00 $300.00 $50.00 $40.00 $600.00 $622.00 $1.00 $1.75 $0.00 $50. JV.00 $0.00 $50. Girls (14x5) (70 ea) 0 Participants.00 $150.00 $440.00 $0.50 $191.318.200.00 $8.00 $50.00 $360.80 $11.50 $38.00 $110.65 $0.00 $360.00 $1.00 $0.00 $4.00 $80.00 $90. Tape (100') 0 Rule Books 50 Case Books 50 Officials Manuals 8 Track & Field Exams 50 Answer Sheets 50 Paper 2 Laptop Computers 0 3 yr Sysgrd WA Extended 0 Laser Printer 2 Toner Cartridge 4 Network Switch (8 port) 0 C-Box -Spare Connection Box for EtherLynx Camera 2 RadioLynx Transmitter 2 RadioLynx Transmitter Input Cable 2 Normally Open Start Sensor for RadioLynx 2 Remote Positioner 1 Camera Tripod 1 3L-Mount-Nylon Mount for attaching gun sensor to gun 2 Competitor Hip Numbers 1 CD Disks 2 Stop Watches 0 Stop Watch with Printer 0 Paper for above printer 2 Flags 0 Miscellaneous Supplies 1 Total Equipment/Supplies AWARDS OIA Varsity Championship Plaques 2 Medals: Gold 44ea OIA Championship 44 Silver 44ea OIA Championship 44 Bronze 176ea OIA Championship 176 Ribbons: Divisional 528ea East / 528ea West 1056 Junior Varsity 264 All Star Certifiacates 112 Coach/Player of the Year Certificates 8 Total Awards TRANSPORTATION Participants.90 ea boxes gun blocks discus discus shot bars pit tapes tapes books books books exams sheets cases ea ea printer cartridge switch camera camera cable sensor remote tripod mount box boxes watches watch boxes sets ea $17.00 $329.00 $150 00 $695.00 $35.318.00 $35.50 $237.TRACK and FIELD BUDGET 2010-11 Qty HOSPTALITY East / West Divisionals.00 $46.00 $100.00 $0.40 ea ea ea $90.20 $2.00 $0.00 $14. Boys (14x5) (70 ea) 0 Coaches (Top 4 boys + Top 4 girls) ( 8 ea) 0 Total Transportation-HHSAA TOTALS Assessment to each school: $14.40 $171.

00 $140.HHSAA Participants Boys (12 Participants. ea. Boys(Red & Wht) Gas Stipend Total Officials COMMISSIONER HOSPITALITY (White and Red) OPERATIONAL EXPENSES Home Sites.87 B20 .900.300.00 $90.Wht) Total Transportation TRANSPORTATION .50 $121.75 $4.678.Boys (2 coaches.00 $277.00 $600.90 2 ea $200.00 $6.00 TOTALS 136 11 1 games sites sites $90.240. $4. Boys OIA Play Off Games.40 $99. ea.00 $12.35 $1.10 42 4 teams teams $150. Boys(Rd. ea. Boys Budget 2010-11 Qty OFFICIALS Games.00 $38. 4 teams) Coaches .040. ea.00 $115.415. $1. 4 teams) Total Transportation-HHSAA TOTALS: ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Boys: $38.137. 21 games Varsity Championship.00 $500. Boys Playoffs Championships Total Operational Expenses AWARDS O.613.00 $6.90 23 ea.A. $49. Boys Total Awards EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Rule Books Case Books Volleyball Exams.00 $150.320.00 $10.00 $1.80 $56.00 $400.Wht).613.00 Boys $8.00 134 21 2 Unit games games games Unit Price $60.I.50 2 28 40 ea.30 65 65 22 0 ea.00 $400.00 48 8 ea.00 $14.552. $90.00 $4.75 $0.00 $280.040.30 $0.00 $500.50 $345.Volleyball.00 $2.00 $720. Boys(Red & Wht) OIA Championship.735.00 $ $624.75 $308. Part 2 q p pp Total Equipment/Supplies OIA TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY Playoff Varsity Boys (Rd. Part 1 Volleyball Exams. 2 for Boys Medals All-Star Certificates. Replica.00 $5.30 $308. ea. ea.60 $0.75 $4.75 $6.

00 $1. 3 for Girls Medals All-Star Certificates.00 $133.00 $400.00 $600.00 $600.69 $5.35 $1.92 $6. 2 games JV Championship Total Transportation TRANSPORTATION .Wht).75 $1.00 $39.00 $140.00 $345.00 $334.00 $333.92 $102.VOLLEYBALL BUDGET 2010-11 Qty OFFICIALS Games.00 $300. Girls(Red.849. ea.00 $360.00 $90. games games games sites sites sites $200. Girls OIA Play Off Games.849.50 $517. Blu) Games.00 $134.00 Girls Vars.00 48 ea.Wht) Varsity Champ.00 $360. Wht & Blu) OIA Championship. Girls JV(Red & Wht) OIA Championship.220.00 $400.00 $720.800.00 $2.00 $90.140.00 $5.320.55 65 65 23 23 ea. Girls Varsity Home Sites. ea.00 $90.00 $460. Girls(Rd.00 $13.92 $102.08 B20 .00 $1. Wht. $49.00 $150. 40 ea. 8 ea.59 $1.00 $280.00 $488.100.40 $49.08 23 ea.00 $150.095.955.000.040.00 $150.HHSAA Participants .50 2 ea.00 $460.00 $240.90 $6.984. Unit Price $60.645. Playoffs (Blue) 2 149 149 149 6 12 4 ea. $90.75 $121.50 $1.00 $13.75 $227.30 $0. Girls (Blue) Home Sites.00 Total Officials COMMISSIONER HOSPITALITY OPERATIONAL EXPENSES Home Sites.940. Girls JV OIA Play Off Games.50 $517.410.00 $115.00 $488.00 $90.00 $345. Girls JV(Red & Wht) Gas Stipend Unit games games game games games game ea.984.80 $56. $8.727.552. $1. 4 teams) Coaches .00 $31.00 $60.68 Girls JV: $25.Girls (12 Participants.92 $102.: $39. Girls JV Playoffs Playoffs Championships Total Operational Expenses AWARDS OIA Replica.90 $102.92 $631.75 $0.30 $102.68 $25.92 $102. 4 teams) Total Transportation-HHSAA TOTALS: ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Girls Vars. 22 ea. 23 ea.095.00 $46.00 $90.00 Girls JV Girls Blue $8.00 $49.00 $13.153.129. 28 ea.410. Part 2 Total Equipment/Supplies OIA TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY Playoff Varsity Girls (Rd.00 $3.00 TOTALS 149 23 3 149 4 2 1 $8.Girls Total Awards EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Rule Books Case Books Volleyball Exams.30 38 4 4 4 2 teams teams teams teams teams $150.00 $133. 20 games Varsity Championship.00 $115.279.00 $4. ea. Part 1 Volleyball Exams.Girls (2 coaches.410.00 $460.33 Girls Blue: $25. Girls(Red.00 $150.75 $4.00 $460.940.35 Playoff JV.75 $4. $4.00 $345.732.00 $333.33 $25.

363. $30.00 $90.00 $1. 2 coaches per tea Qty Unit 1 ea.48 B22 .75 $4.WATER POLO BUDGET 2010-11 Totals HOSPITALITY OPERATIONAL EXPENSE Site Expense City & County User Fee EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES Balls Rule Books Total Equipment /Supplies OFFICIALS Regular Season Matches OIA Playoffs Assignor Gas Stipend Total Officials AWARDS OIA Replica Medals. Unit Price $150. 17 ea.00 $1.080.00 $150.00 $9. 20 ea.40 $49.55 divided by 18 schools $1.00 $520. Subsidy (6 teams. 14 players per tea HHSAA Transp.200. 20 ea.00 $ $150.00 101 matches 11 matches 1 ea.75 $360.00 $24.00 $392.00 $1.652. Gold All-Star Certificates Total Awards TRANSPORTATION OIA Playoffs Quarterfinals OIA Playoffs Semifinals OIA Finals HHSAA Transp.542.542.00 $95.200.560.00 $300.00 $ $900. $80.00 $80. $49.00 $11.665.75 $87.00 $455.55 8 8 6 84 12 teams teams teams players coaches $150.00 $392. Subsidy (6 teams.00 $7.35 $1.55 $1.00 $880.00 1 ea.00 $23.00 $90.00 Total Transportation TOTAL ASSESSMENT TO EACH PARTICPATING SCHOOL: $24.940.080.80 $160.00 $8.00 12 ea.00 $4.00 $150.

00 $600.80 $75.00 matche $2.00 $140.00 OIA Varsity 2 days $280.50 $87. $15.65 $1.00 $12.59 $109. Girls.: $6. Boys.00 $100.25 $137.50 $12.00 matche $2.00 ea.00 matche $1.50 $12.00 Total Equipment/Supplies AWARDS OIA Varsity Replica 4 ea.00 $100.75 $250.000. RIBBONS: $0.00 ea.04 Girls Vars.640.80 $75.00 $2.00 $12.038.50 $56.50 $87.00 $110.038.25 $109. $35.00 $1. $30. $2.60 $98.00 $2.00 $14. $49.00 $100.00 Dermatologist for Divisional 2 ea.80 $65.75 $4.00 $100. Boys JV Duals.00 $100. Weight Monitoring OPC Calculator 22 ea.50 $56.50 $378.50 Totals OFFICIALS Duals.45 $98.00 $250. JV Girls.00 ea.00 $150.00 $41.: $6.00 $250.625.00 $0.00 $187.00 $280.25 $100.420.25 $100.50 $101. $25.95 $6.557.00 $250.863.35 divided by 22 schools: $291.00 $100. $1.25 ea.420.00 $187.00 $1.00 matche $2.25 ea. Boys Vars Duals.038.50 $110.00 $25.25 $250.75 Rules Books 46 ea.60 Per School Per School Per School Per School B22 .35 $5.95 divided by 22 schools: $183.00 Western Division 2 day $280.00 OIA JV 2 days $280.80 $65. Girls Vars Duals.795.65 JV 202 ea.00 $140.35 divided by 22 schools: $308.00 $150.25 ea.WRESTLING BUDGET 2010-11 Qty Unit Unit Price Boys.00 $0.00 ea.875.00 $99.65 Divisional JV/Varsity 608 ea.00 ea. JV $2.00 $110.00 $280.50 $87.00 $0. $443.00 $ $140.50 $101.038.00 y $ Eastern Division 2 day $280.00 $280.00 Data Input Coordinator 7 ea.65 $99.00 $ $140.00 $150.00 $25.00 $100.00 $25. Total Operational Exp.50 $192.00 $140.00 $200.60 $6.00 matche $2. Vars.95 $22.83 Girls JV: $4.00 $25.00 $475.95 divided by 22 schools: $229. Total Awards TOTALS: ASSESSMENT TO EACH SCHOOL: Boys Vars.00 ea.293.250.50 $110. $475.50 $378.00 $112.00 ea.00 matche $2.00 $100.25 $192.50 $56.00 $41.00 $100.00 matche $2.25 $137.00 $41.25 $250.00 ea. $1. $1.75 $250.25 ea.25 $109.25 $100.00 $0. $15. Girls JV Mini Tournament Mini Tournament Open Tournament Open Tournament Dual Meet Champ Weigh-In Officials* East Division Assistant Referee Weigh-In Officials* West Division Assistant Referee Weigh-In Officials* JV Tournament Assistant Referee Weigh-In Officials* Varsity Tournament Assistant Referee Weigh-In Officials* Gas Stipend 75 75 75 35 500 500 200 200 11 200 40 27 275 40 15 250 40 15 475 40 25 1 $35.25 $192.50 $192.45 $98. $50. Vars.00 $250.40 All-Star Certificates 108 ea.00 $250.00 $100. $0.795.00 $ $140. $15.25 $137. ea.00 $250.50 $1.00 $280.00 $140.35 $4.00 $41.00 $12.00 $25.50 $56.50 $250.50 $101.25 $250.00 ea.25 $100.60 $98.75 $250.50 $101. $15.633. $1. $15. $4.25 $875.50 $87.00 $150.35 OIA Varsity Medals 174 ea.00 $112.50 $12.75 Case Books 46 ea.00 matche $2.00 $ $140.00 $12.88 Boys JV: $5.25 $137. For Home Sites EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES $4.00 $100.50 $109.75 $250.00 $100.50 $12.00 TOTAL OFFICIALS COMMISSIONER HOSPITALITY OPERATIONAL EXPENSES FOR HOME SITES Dual Meet Championships 0 $280.

Roosevelt WED Oct.Waianae Radford .Kalani Farrington .Waipahu Waianae .Kaimuki Kailua . & TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: HHSAA TOURNAMENT: EVALUATION MEETING: EASTERN DIVISION WED.Kalani McKinley . SEPT 29 Roosevelt .3:00PM / SAT .Kaimuki Kalani .Kalaheo Moanalua .Kahuku Kaimuki .Kalaheo Kaimuki .Waialua SAT OCT.Waialua Waipahu . 6:30PM(Dinner).Kapolei Waipahu .Kaimuki Farrinton .Leilehua Waianae .Radford Pearl City . AUGUST 2.Waialua SAT SEPT. 22 Leilehua . 6 Roosevelt .Pearl City Waialua . Oct.Waipahu Leilehua . 2010 TBA TUES. 8 Castle . : STARTING DATE: ELIGIBILITY DUE DATE: START OF MATCHES: OIA INDIV. 15 Kapolei .Kaimuki Farrington . SEPT.McKinley Kailua .9:00AM WED.Roosevelt Email via lotus /ALL RESULTS MUST BE TYPED Kailua . 22 Roosevelt .Moanalua Kaimuki .Kailua McKinley .Kailua Kahuku .Kapolei Campbell . 13 Leilehua .3:00PM / SAT .Moanalua Farrington . 2010. 2 Waialua .Pearl City WED. SEPT.9:00AM SAT.Waipahu SAT SEPT. SEPT.Kaimuki MON.Kalani WED. Oct.Pearl City WED. 15 Kalaheo .Kalani Farrington . 7:00PM RM 117 RADFORD HS MON.McKinley SAT SEPT.Kailua Kahuku .Kailua Moanalua .Leilehua Radford .2011 ADVISORY MTG. SEPT. NOV.(BOYS &GIRLS OIA AIR RIFLERY) 2010 .Kalaheo HOME TEAM: PLEASE FAX RESULTS (ASAP) RADFORD HIGH 421-4229/Or Castle .Campbell Waialua .McKinley Moanalua .Pearl City Campbell .Moanalua Farrington Kailua WED. 2010.Kalani Castle .Roosevelt Kailua .Waianae Kapolei .Kalani Castle .Moanalua WESTERN DIVISION WED. 16. 2010 @ NBC MON. 2 Castle . 25 Campbell .Kalaheo FRI.Radford Kapolei .Radford Campbell .Leilehua FRI. OCT. SEPT.Kalaheo Castle .McKinley Castle . 13 Kaimuki .McKinley Kahuku . OCT. 18 Kalaheo .McKinley Kalani .Kalani Castle . 6 Radford .Roosevelt McKinley . AUG.Kahuku SAT SEPT.Kalaheo Castle .Roosevelt Kahuku .Waianae Pearl City . Oct. 9.Campbell Waipahu . RM 117 RADFORD HS Wed . OCT 26. 25 Roosevelt .Waianae Pearl City .Leilehua WED. 8 Waipahu .Radford WED. 2010 FRI. 2010 WED .Kahuku Moanalua . OCT. 29 Waianae .Kahuku Kalaheo .Moanalua Farrington . 18 Kapolei .Farrington SAT. 10. OCT.Campbell . 1. SEPT.Kapolei Waialua .Kahuku Farrington .

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Test dates-3:00 pm Wednesday December 8 Moanalua vs Kahuku Kaiser vs Kalaheo Kailua vs Kaimuki Kalani vs McKinley Castle vs Roosevelt Bye: Farrington Saturday December 18 McKinley vs Castle Kaimuki vs Kalani Kalaheo vs Kailua Kahuku vs Kaiser Farrington vs Moanalua Bye: Roosevelt Wednesday December 29 Kalani vs Kaiser Castle vs Moanalua Roosevelt vs Farrington McKinley vs Kahuku Kaimuki vs Kalaheo Bye: Kailua Saturday January 8 Kahuku vs Kaimuki Farrington vs McKinley Moanalua vs Roosevelt Kaiser vs Castle Kailua vs Kalani Bye: Kalaheo Saturday December 11(ACT) Roosevelt vs Kalani McKinley vs Kailua Kaimuki vs Kaiser Kalaheo vs Moanalua Kahuku vs Farrington Bye: Castle Wednesday December 22 Kailua vs Moanalua Kalani vs Farrington Castle vs Kahuku Roosevelt vs Kalaheo McKinley vs Kaimuki Bye: Kaiser Friday December 31 Kalaheo vs McKinley Kahuku vs Roosevelt Farrington vs Castle Moanalua vs Kalani Kaiser vs Kailua Bye: Kaimuki Wednesday January 12 Farrington vs Kalaheo Moanalua vs Kaimuki Kaiser vs McKinley Kailua vs Roosevelt Kalani vs Castle Bye: Kahuku Wednesday December 15 Kaiser vs Farrington Kailua vs Kahuku Kalani vs Kalaheo Castle vs Kaimuki Roosevelt vs McKinley Bye: Moanalua Friday December 24 Kaimuki vs Roosevelt Kahuku vs Kalani Farrington vs Kailua Moanalua vs Kaiser Kalaheo vs Castle Bye-McKinley Wednesday January 6 Castle vs Kailua Roosevelt vs Kaiser McKinley vs Moanalua Kaimuki vs Farrington Kalaheo vs Kahuku Bye: Kalani .2010-2011 *June 2010 Advisory meeting: 10/18/2010 Start date: 10/25/2010 Pre-season start date: 10/30/2010 Eligibility due: 12/3/2010 OIA semi-finals 1/21/2011 OIA championship game: 1/22/2011 Start times: Weekdays-3:30 pm. Saturdays-11 am.JV EASTERN DIVISION BASEBALL SCHEDULE.

RED WESTERN DIVISION BASEBALL SCHEDULE-2011 revised 29-Jun Advisory meeting 2/7/2011 Start date 2/14/2011 Pre season start date 2/19/2011 Eligibility list due 3/4/2011 OIA Play Offs 4/27-30/2011 HHSAA Championships 5/8-14/2011 Evaluation meeting 5/16/2011 Start times Weekdays: 3:30 pm Test Dates: 3:00 pm Saturdays: 11:00 am. 1/2 hr. between games Saturday March 19 Aiea vs Campbell Leilehua vs Pearl City Kapolei vs Waianae Bye: Mililani Wednesday April 6 Pearl City vs Mililani Aiea vs Waianae Leilehua vs Kapolei Bye: Campbell Saturday April 23 Waianae vs Leilehua Pearl City vs Aiea Campbell vs Mililani y p Bye: Kapolei Wednesday March 9 Pearl City vs Kapolei Campbell vs Leilehua Mililani vs Aiea Bye: Waianae Saturday March 26 Campbell vs Waianae Mililani vs Kapolei Aiea vs Leilehua Bye: Pearl City Saturday April 9 (ACT) Mililani vs Pearl City Waianae vs Aiea Kapolei vs Leilehua y p Bye: Campbell Saturday March 12 (SAT) Kapolei vs Pearl City Leilehua vs Campbell Aiea vs Mililani Bye: Waianae Saturday April 2 Leilehua vs Mililani Kapolei vs Campbell Waianae vs Pearl City Bye: Aiea Saturday April 16 Kapolei vs Aiea Waianae vs Mililani Pearl City vs Campbell y Bye: Leilehua .

Waipahu Saturday December 18 Leilehua vs Nanakuli Waipahu vs Aiea Mililani vs Kapolei Campbell vs Pearl City Byes: Waianae.JV WESTERN DIVISION BASEBALL SCHEDULE. 11am-Saturdays. 3:00 pm-Test Dat Saturday December 11 (ACT) Radford vs Waipahu Aiea vs Mililani Waianae vs Pearl City Kapolei vs Campbell Byes: Leilehua. Radford Wednesday December 29 Mililani vs Campbell Waipahu vs Waianae Nanakuli vs Aiea Radford vs Leilehua Byes: Kapolei. Kapo Thursday December 2 Aiea vs Radford Waianae vs Nanakuli Kapolei vs Waipahu Pearl City vs Mililani Byes: Campbell. Aiea Wednesday January 12 Waipahu vs Mililani Nanakuli vs Pearl City Radford vs Campbell Leilehua vs Kapolei Aiea vs Waianae Wednesday Decembe Campbell vs Waianae Pearl City vs Aiea Mililani vs Leilehua Waipahu vs Nanakuli Byes: Radford. Waianae 3:30pm-weekdays. Pearl City Saturday January 8 Kapolei vs Aiea Campbell vs Leilehua Pearl City vs Radford Mililani vs Radford Byes: Waipahu. Nanakuli Wednesday December 22 Pearl City vs Kapolei Mililani vs Waianae Waipahu vs Leilehua Nanakuli vs Radford Byes: Aiea.2010-2011 *July 2010 Advisory meeting: 10/18/2010 Start date: 10/25/2010 Pre-season start date: 10/30/2010 Eligibility due: 12/3/2010 OIA semi-finals 1/21/2011 OIA championship game: 1/22/2011 Start times: Wednesday December 8 Radford vs Mililani Leilehua vs Pearl City Aiea vs Campbell Waianae vs Kapolei Byes: Nanakuli. Leil Wednesday January 6 Waipahu vs Campbel Nanakuli vs Kapolei Radford vs Waianae Leilehua vs Aiea Byes: Pearl City. Mili . Campbell Thursday December 30 Waianae vs Leilehua Kapolei vs Radford Campbell vs Nanakuli Pearl City vs Waipahu Byes: Mililani.

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1/2 hr. between games Saturday March 26 Kaimuki vs Waialua Radford vs Farrington Nanakuli vs Kalaheo Waipahu vs McKinley Wednesday April 6 Farrington vs McKinley Nanakuli vs Waialua Waipahu vs Kaimuki Kalaheo vs Radford Saturday April 16 Waialua vs McKinley Nanakuli vs Radford Waipahu vs Farrington Kaimuki vs Kalaheo Wednesday March 30 McKinley vs Farrington Waialua vs Nanakuli Saturday March 19 Waipahu vs Radford Kaimuki vs Nanakuli Waialua vs Farrington McKinley vs Kalaheo Saturday April 2 Kalaheo vs Waipahu Farrington vs Nanakuli Waialua vs Radford McKinley vs Kaimuki Wednesday April 13 Waipahu vs Waialua Farrington vs Kalaheo Saturday April 9 (SAT) Radford vs Kaimuki Waialua vs Waipahu McKinley vs Nanakuli Kalaheo vs Farrington Saturday April 23 Farrington vs Kaimuki Nanakuli vs Waipahu Radford vs McKinley Kalaheo vs Waialua .WHITE DIVISION VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE -2011 *revised June 30. 2010 Advisory Meeting: Start date: Pre-season start date: Eligibility due: OIA Play-Offs: HHSAA Championships: Evaluation meeting: Start times: 2/7/2011 Mililani HS Library-7 pm 2/14/2011 2/19/2011 3/4/2011 4/27-30/2011 5/8-14/2011 5/16/2011 Mililani HS Gym 6:30 pm Weekdays: 3:30 pm. Test dates: 3:00 pm Saturdays: 11:00 am.

5.Games 13. 2010 Roosevelt Kailua Kahuku Kaimuki Kalani Castle leilehua Campbell Radford Mililani Pearl City Kapolei Bye Waianae. 8. 2011 Moanalua Kaimuki Kailua Kalani Kahuku Castle Radford Waianae Pearl City Campbell Mililani Kapolei Bye Leilehua.7. 2. 2011 . 2011 Kalani Kahuku Kaimuki Kailua Roosevelt Moanalua Pearl City Mililani Radford Campbell Leilehua Waianae Bye Castle. after the completion of the first game.8 Fri. 12. 17 2010 Roosevelt Kalani Castle Moanalua Kailua Kahuku Pearl City Leilehua Waianae Kapolei Mililani Campbell Bye Radford. Kaimuki Modified Double Elimination Playoffs Red Varsity Playoffs Tue. 22. Kalani Red JV Playoffs Sat. Roosevelt Dec. 15. Jan.Games 15. Jan. 8.Game 20 "If Game" Dec.11. 13.Game 19 Sat. Jan. .6. Kailua Dec. HHSAA Tournament February 16.4 Wed. 11. 2011 Roosevelt Kalani Moanalua Moanalua Castle Kailua Kahuku Leilehua Pearl City Waianae Kapolei Campbell Mililani Bye Radford. 24. 2011 . 2011 Castle Kailua Kalani Moanalua Kaimuki Roosevelt Kapolei Campbell Pearl City Waianae Radford Leilehua Bye Mililani. 28. 7 2010 Kalani Kahuku Kailua Kaimuki Roosevelt Moanalua Mililani Pearl City Radford Campbell Leilehua Waianae Bye Castle. Kailua Jan. Moanalua Dec. Jan. Jan. 13. 20. 2011 Kailua Roosevelt Kahuku Kaimuki Castle Kalani Campbell leilehua Mililani Radford Kapolei Pearl City Bye Waianae. 2011 Kahuku Moanalua Castle Roosevelt Roosevelt Kalani Kaimuki Mililani Waianae Kapolei Leilehua Radford Pearl City Bye Campbell. Feb. 2010 Moanalua Kahuku Roosevelt Castle Kaimuki Kalani Waianae Mililani Leilehua Kapolei Radford Pearl City Bye Campbell. 2011 . 2011 .Boys Basketball Red Division 2010-2011 Start Date: Novemeber 15. 9. 2010 6/21/2010 ] Advisory Meeting: November 8. Kahuku Game Time Weekday: Saturday: 5:30pm 10:00am Varsity will start 15min. Kapolei Jan. 2010 Kailua Castle Moanalua Kalani Roosevelt Kaimuki Kapolei Campbell Waianae Pearl City Leilehua Radford Bye Mililani. 2011 . Feb. Feb.14 Sat. 2011 . 2010 Castle Kaimuki Kahuku Roosevelt Kailua Moanalua Kapolei Radford Mililani Leilehua Waianae Campbell Bye Pearl City. Feb.Games 1. 22. 2010 Dec. Kapolei Dec.Games 9.10. after the JV game.12 Wed. Kalani Jan. 2011 Eligibility List Due: December 6.19 Dec. Kahuku Jan. 15.Game 18 Thur. 26. Feb. 2010 Kaimuki Moanalua Kalani Kailua Castle Kahuku Radford Waianae Pearl City Campbell Kapolei Mililani Bye Leilehua.Games 5.3.18.2nd game to start 20min.17 Tue. 2011 .16. 2010 at High West seed OC 16 Games. Moanalua Jan. 2011 . 2011 at #1 seeds Mon. 10.17. 2011 Kaimuki Castle Roosevelt Kahuku Moanalua Kailua Radford Kapolei Leilehua Mililani Waianae Campbell Bye Pearl City. 25. 2010 Roosevelt High School 7:00pm Evaluation Meeting: February 22. 4. Kaimuki Jan. 6.2. 18. Roosevelt Jan.

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2011 Nanakuli Kaiser Farrington Waialua Kalaheo Anuenue Waipahu Aiea Mckinley Bye Jan. 2011 Waipahu Mckinley Farrington Nanakuli Aiea Kalaheo Anuenue Kaiser Waialua Bye Jan.Games 5. Thur. after the JV game. 2011 at #1 seeds Mon. 2011 Kalaheo Aiea Kaiser Waipahu Nanakuli Waialua Mckinley Anuenue Farrington Bye Jan. Feb. 8. 4.18. Sat. Thu.(Modified Double Elimination) Wed. 11. Feb. Jan.Game 9 "IF Game" HHSAA State Tournament February 16. Waipahu Aiea Bye Dec. 15. 6. 15. 2011 . 2011 at East High Seed White Varsity Playoffs . Waialua Nanakuli Bye Dec. 2011 Waipahu Mckinley Farringotn Waialua Kaiser Aiea Nanakuli Kalaheo Anuenue Bye Jan. 6. 2011 . 2011 . 2011 Kalaheo Waialua Farrington Kaiser Waipahu Anuenue Aiea Nanakuli Mckinley Jan. Feb. 10. 2010 Mckinley Kalaheo Anuenue Kaiser Nanakuli Waipahu Farrington. 2011 .Boys Basketball White Division 2010-2011 6/21/2010 Advisory Meeting: November 8. Feb. 2011. 18. Game Time Weekday: 5:30pm Saturday: 10:00am Varsity to start 15min. 2010 Start Date: Novemeber 15. 2010 Dec.Games 1. Sat. 2010 Aiea Waipahu Nanakuli Waialua Mckinley Kaiser Anuenue Kalaheo Farrington Bye Jan.Game 8. 13. Tue. 2.Game 3. 29. 2010 Kaiser Kalaheo Farrington Anuenue Waialua Nanakuli Mckinley. 5. 2011 . 3. Feb. 2010 Kalaheo Mckinley Aiea Waialua Anuenue Farrington Kaiser Nanakuli Waipahu Bye Jan. 22. 31. 20. Feb. 2011 Kalaheo Mckinley Nanakuli Waipahu Anuenue Kaiser Farrington Aiea Waialua Bye Jan. 2011 Nanakuli Farrington Mckinley Kalaheo Waialua Kaiser Anuenue Waipahu Aiea Bye Jan. 4. Nanakuli Waipahu Bye Dec. Jan. 12. 2010 Farrington Mckinley Kalaheo Anuenue Aiea Waipahu Kaiser. 17.17.19 . 2011 Waipahu Aiea Kaiser Kalaheo Farrington White JV Playoffs Nanakuli Anuenue Waialua Mckinley Bye Sat. 2. Aiea Waialua Bye Roosevelt High School 7:00pm Roosevelt High School Field 6:30pm Dec. 8. 2010 Kaiser Farrington Mckinley Anuenue Aiea Waialua Kalaheio. 2010 Evaluation Meeting: February 22. 9. 2011 Eligibility List Due: December 6. 26.Games 7. 24.

6.Mililani Waipahu .Roosevelt Castle . 2010 Mililani . 2010 Aiea .8 Red Div Game 9.Moanalua Kahuku .2. 2010 Monday.Castle Moanalua .Roosevelt Moanalua .Farrington Roosevelt Kahuku Byes: Campbell Kaiser Dec 28.Pearl City Castle .Kaiser Kahuku .Kaimuki Moanalua .Moanalua Byes: Kahuku Jan 5. JV White Championship Tournament 1/7/2011 JV Semi-Finals at higher seed 1/10/2011 JV Championship at higher seed O. 2010 Kapolei .12 Red Div Game 13.16.A.Roosevelt Moanalua .Kahuku Farrington .Kapolei Moanalua .Kaimuki Byes: Castle Waipahu Dec 23.Mililani Aiea .A.Kaiser Roosevelt .Farrington Castle .Leilehua Aiea .11.Mililani Kapolei .Leilehua Pearl City . 2010 Waipahu . Red Div Championship Tournament Red Div Game 1.Farrington Castle .17 Red Div Game 18 Red Div Game 19 Red Div Game 20(If Game) HHSAA Championship: February 2-5.Moanalua Roosevelt . 2010 Leilehua . 2010 Nov 27.4 Red Div Game 5.Campbell Pearl City . 2011 1/12/2011 1/13/2011 1/15/2011 1/19/2011 1/22/2011 1/25/2011 1/27/2011 1/29/2011 .I.Leilehua Kapolei . February 7. November 1.Kaimuki Kahuku . 2011 Waipahu HS Gym 6:30 pm JV: 5:30 pm . 2010 Monday.Roosevelt Byes: Campbell Dec 2.Kapolei Aiea .Waipahu Campbell . 2010 Pearl City . November 17.Castle Byes: Kaimuki Leilehua Byes: Aiea Dec 4.Farrington Byes: Aiea Moanalua Dec 30.Moanalua Farrington .7.Kapolei Waipahu .Kaiser Roosevelt Byes: Kaimuki Leilehua Dec 16.10.Mililani Kaimuki .Campbell Kapolei . 2010 Nov 30. 2010 Waipahu Leilehua Campbell Mililani Aiea Campbell Castle Kaimuki Kaiser Farrington Moanalua Kaiser - Byes: Farrington Mililani Dec 18.Kaimuki Byes: Mililani Byes: Roosevelt Kapolei Dec 21. October 25. 2010 Waipahu .Aiea Pearl City .Waipahu Roosevelt . 2011 Campbell Aiea Leilehua Kaiser Moanalua Kaimuki - Byes: Pearl City Kapolei Mililani Pearl City Kapolei Farrington Kahuku Roosevelt Castle Byes: Farrington Waipahu O.Campbell Roosevelt . 2010 Campbell .Castle Kahuku .Pearl City Campbell .Aiea Mililani .Varsity: 15 Min after conclusion of JV Game JV: 10:00 am .Leilehua Castle .RED Advisory Meeting: Start Date: Eligibility Due: Evaluation Meeting: Game Time: Mon-Fri Sat TEST Nov 22.Farrington Moanalua TEST Pearl City Aiea Waipahu Kahuku Moanalua Castle Byes: Pearl City Kahuku Dec 14.Leilehua Aiea .Leilehua Farrington . 2010 Pearl City Kapolei Leilehua Kahuku Roosevelt Kaimuki Kaiser 2010-2011 Girls Basketball Updated 7/22/2010 Monday.Mililani Kaiser .3.Kahuku Kaiser .Kaimuki Kaiser . 2010 Waipahu HS Gym 7:00 pm Monday.Kapolei Waipahu .Kaimuki Kaimuki .Campbell Mililani .Kaiser Farrington .Kapolei Leilehua . 2010 Mililani .Kahuku Roosevelt Farrington Castle .Pearl City Campbell .Varsity: 15 Min after conclusion of JV Game Saturday TEST day start @2:00pm Nov 24.Kaiser Kaiser .Pearl City Mililani .Waipahu Leilehua .I.Castle Kaimuki .Waipahu Pearl City .Aiea Kapolei .Campbell Kahuku .Aiea Waipahu .14 Red Div Game 15.

2010 (Mon) ADVISORY MEETING: August 2. 9th. Thursday East @ K-Bay 4:30pm West @ Schofield 4:30pm Sept. Thursday East @ K-Bay 4:30pm West @ Schofield 4:30pm Sept.us Office #: 454-5613. 30th. Thursday East @ K-Bay 4:30pm West @ Schofield 4:30pm Sept. Thursday East @ K-Bay 4:30pm West @ Schofield 4:30pm Sept. 2010 (Mon). 2010 (Mon). KIF Host EVALUATION MEETING: November 1. 26th.hi. 7:00pm snack @ PCHS Gym ELIGIBILITY LIST DUE: August 17. Thursday East @ K-Bay 4:30pm West @ Schofield 4:30pm Oct. e-mail: reid_shigemasa@notes. 6:00 pm dinner @ PCHS Gym .k12. 7th. Tuesday East @ K-Bay 4:30pm West @ Schofield 4:30pm Aug. 2010. 24th. 2nd. Thursday East @ K-Bay 4:30pm West @ Schofield 4:30pm OIA INDIVIDUAL & TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: October 14 or 15 @ Schofield Bowling Center HHSAA TOURNAMENT: October 28 & 29. Thursday East @ K-Bay 4:30pm West @ Schofield 4:30pm Sept. Fax #: 453-6519 BOWLING EVENTS Aug. 23th.2010-2011 OIA BOWLING SCHEDULE START DATE: Aug 2nd. 16th. 2010 (Tuesday) CONTACT INFORMATION: Reid Shigemasa.

3:00 p. 2010 HOST: ILH HHSAA MEET TBA Host: Waialua/Moanalua/ Leilehua @ 4:00 PM OIA Championship @ TBA Aiea Campbell Castle Farrington Kahuku Kailua Kaimuki Kaiser Kalaheo Kalani Kapolei Leilehua McKinley Mililani Moanalua Nanakuli Pearl City Radford Roosevelt Waialua Waianae Waipahu W i W i h Page 1 . Oct 23.2010-2011 OIA Cross Country Schedule 06/21/10 MEETING/DUE DATES Start/Tryout Date: Advisory Meeting: Eligibility Lists Due: Evaluation Meeting: START TIMES Saturdays: SAT or ACT Testing Days: 9:00 a. 2010 Host: Host: Host: Host: Kalani @ 3:00 PM BYE WEEK Host: Mililani @ 3:00 PM HOST: Iolani 9:00 AM IOLANI INVITATIONAL TBA Host: Nanakuli/Kapolei at 3:00 PM Sat. 2010 Sat.m. 4.. 2010 PSAT TESTING Host: Kaiser at 9:00 AM Kaiser Invitational BYE WEEK PUNAHOU INVITATIONAL Host: Kailua at 3:00 PM Eastern Division Championship @ Kailua High School Castle Farrington Kahuku Kailua Kaimuki Kaiser Kalaheo Kalani McKinley Moanalua Roosevelt Host: Waialua / Moanalua / Leilehua at 3:00 PM @ WAIALUA HIGH SCHOOL OIA JV Championship Aiea Campbell Castle Farrington Kahuku Kailua Kaimuki Kaiser Kalaheo Kalani Kapolei Leilehua McKinley Mililani Moanalua Nanakuli Pearl City Radford Roosevelt Waialua Waianae Waipahu Host: Waialua at 3:00 PM Western Division Championship @ Waialua High School Aiea Campbell Kapolei Leilehua Mililani Nanakuli Pearl City Radford Waialua Waianae Waipahu Sat.. Oct. 2010 SAT TESTING Sat. Oct. 9. 2010 Sat. 26-Jul-10 19-Jul-10 1-Oct-10 1-Nov-10 6:00 p. Sept. 16. 11. Oct 29. Sept. Aiea HS Library Sat. Oct.m. 2010 Sat. Sept 18. 2.. 2010 ACT TESTING Fri.. Aiea HS Library 7:00 p.m. 2010 ACT TESTING Sat.m. Sept 25.

Iolani 8/21/2010( TV )Leilehua vs KS-Kapalama 20-Aug Radford vs Damien 21-Aug Punahou vs. Aiea 28-Aug Castle vs Damien 8/27/2010 (TV) Kahuku vs St.m. 2010 @ Aiea HS Eligibility Lists Due: 13-Aug-10 Evaluation Meeting: November 29. Campbell 8/28/2010 Radford vs Mililani Byes Aiea. Louis 28-Aug Iolani vs.m.m. August 2. X 7:30 p. Kahuku Aloha Stadium Mililani Leilehua Radford Aloha Stadium Campbell Kahuku Roosevelt Moanalua Kapolei Kapolei Aiea 4:00 PM 7:30pm 4:00/7:00 6:00 p. No pads July 26 .August 1.m. Kaiser 6.m. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Punahou Castle Castle Kahuku Iolani Kailua Kaiser Leilehua Waianae Radford 12:00 p m X p.2010 OIA Football Red Schedule MEETING/DUE DATES Start/Tryout Date: Helmets. Campbell 11-Sep Leilehua vs. 5:00 5:00 4:00pm 5:00pm 7:30pm 5:00 p. 2010 Full Pads Monday. Kapolei 21-Aug Campbell vs Pac-5 8/20/2010 Kahuku vs Kailua 8/20/2010 Farrington vs. Louis vs Waianae 8/20/2010 (TV) Mililani vs. 5:00 p. Radford (Varsity) Sept 10-11 9/10/2010HC Farrington vs Roosevelt 9/10HC Moanalua vs Kailua 9/10 HC Castle vs Kaiser 9/10HC Waianae vs Aiea 9/10 ( TV ) Radford vs Kapolei 9/10/2010 Mililani vs. Kaiser 8/28/2010( TV )Kailua vs Pac-5 8/27/2010 Farrington vs Kamehameha 8/27 HC Leilehua vs Kapolei 8/27/2010 Waianae vs. Roosevelt Byes Aug 27-28 28-Aug 28 Aug Punahou vs Moanalua vs. 5:00pm X Interleague Interleague Preseason Vars/Reg JV Week 2 Interleague Interleague Interleague Interleague Interleague Interleague Interleague West Red Week 3 Week 4 Aug 20-21 21-Aug St. Roosevelt Sept 3-4 Sept-2 UH vs USC 9/3 (TV) Castle vs Farrington 9/3/2010 Kaiser vs Kahuku 9/3/2010 Kailua vs Roosevelt 9/4 ( TV ) Mililani vs Waianae 9/3/2010 Campbell vs Leilehua 9/3/2010 Kapolei vs Aiea 9/4/2010 Moanalua vs Radford Byes Moanalua. X 4:30/7:30 5:00 5:00 4:00/7:00 X X X x x X Roosevelt Moanalua Castle Waianae Radford Mililani Leilehua 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 4:30/7:30 5:00 4:00pm X X X X X X X X X X X X X . 2010 Advisory Meeting: July 12.m.m. 4:30/7:30 X 2:00 p. Kaiser 8/21/2010 Moanalua vs Castle 8/20/2010 Waianae vs St Louis 8/20/2010 Kapolei vs Punahou 20-Aug Aiea vs. 2010 East Red 1 Kahuku 2 Farrington 3 Moanalua 4 Castle 5. 07/19/10 CONFERENCES: West Red 1 Leilehua 2 Waianae 3 Radford 4 Mililani 5 Campbell 6 Kapolei 7 Aiea Week 0 Interleague Interleague Week 1 Interleague Interleague Interleague Interleague Interleague Interleague East Red Date Aug 13-14 13-Aug 13-Aug Game Aiea vs Damien Roosevelt vs St.m. 7:00pm 6:00 p. 7:00pm 5:00 X 5:00 X 5:00 X 4:00 X X X X X X X X X X Castle Kaiser Kailua Mililani Campbell Kapolei Moanalua X X X X 5:00 X 5:00 X 2:00 p.m. Louis Site Aiea Roosevelt Time JV Varsity X X 6:00 p. Kailua 7 Roosevelt Rev. 28-Aug Castle vs.

Leilehua (Varsity) Site Rev. 07/19/10 Time JV Varsity .2010 OIA Football Red Schedule Date Byes Varsity Game Kahuku.

West Red 5 West Red 4 vs. JV W-R3 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA Playoff week 3 Playoff week 4 Oct 29-30 5-Nov Red Semi-finalas JV Semi-finals White Championship Red Championship JV Championship Red 3rd place game Aloha Stadium TBA Aloha Stadium Aloha Stadium TBA TBA 6-Nov . JV E-R3 JV E-R2 vs. X X X X X X X X X X X X X Week 7 Kailua Roosevelt Kahuku Kapolei Radford Leilehua 4:00 5:00 4:30/7:30 5:00 5:00 4:00 4:00 X X X X X X x X X X X X X Week 8 Roosevelt Kahuku Roosevelt Aiea Leilehua Waianae Kailua 5:00 5:00 2:00 5:00 4:00/7:00 4:00 2:00 p. Mililani Radford vs Aiea Leilehua vs Waianae Kaiser vs Campbell Kaiser. Mililani ( Varsity ) UH vs Charleston Southern Moanalua vs Kahuku Castle vs Roosevelt Kaiser vs Kailua Radford vs Leilehua Mililani vs Aiea Campbell vs Kapolei Farrington vs Waianae Farrington. winner of East Red 4 vs. Campbell (Varsity) Roosevelt vs Kaiser Kahuku vs Castle Farrington vs Moanalua Aiea vs Campbell Leilehua vs Mililani Waianae vs Radford Kailua vs Kapolei Kailua . Waianae ( Varsity ) UH vs Louisiana Tech Kailua vs Castle Roosevelt vs Moanalua Kahuku vs Farrington Kapolei vs. West ReTBA West Red 2 vs.m. 07/19/10 Time 5:00 5:00 5:00 4:00 4:30/7:30 5:00 2:00 p.m. East RedTBA West Red 1 vs. winner of West Red 4 vs.m. JV West Red 5 JV West Red 4 vs JV East Red 5 Site Kaiser Kailua Roosevelt Campbell Kapolei Aiea Castle Rev. W-R5 JV W-R2 vs. Kapolei (Varsity) UH vs Nevada East Red 4 vs. West Red 3 JV E-R1 vs. winner of W-R4 vs E-R5 JV W-R 1 vs. East Red 5 JV East Red 4 vs. JV Varsity X X X X X X X X X X X X X Week 5 Week 6 Moanalua Castle Kaiser Radford Mililani Campbell Kaiser 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 4:30/7:30 5:00 2:00 p. winner of E-R4 vs.2010 OIA Football Red Schedule Date Sept 17-18 9/17HC 9/17/2010 9/17/2010 9/18/2010 9/17 ( TV ) 9/17HC 18-Sep Byes Varsity Sept 24-25 9/24/2010 9/24/2010 9/24/2010 9/24/2010 9/24 ( TV )HC 9/24HC 25-Sep Byes Varsity Oct 1-2 10/2HC 10/1 HC 10/1 ( TV )HC 10/1HC 10/1HC 10/2/2010 2-Oct Byes V Oct 8-9 10/8/2010 10/8HC 10/9/2010 10/8/2010 10/9 ( TV ) 10/8/2010 9-Oct Byes V Oct 15-16 Game Kaiser vs Moanalua Kailua vs Farrington Roosevelt vs Kahuku Campbell vs Radford Kapolei vs Waianae Aiea vs Leilehua Castle vs Mililani Castle. X X X X X X X X X X X X X Playoff week 1 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Playoff week 2 Oct 22-23 East Red 1 vs. East Red 3 East Red 2 vs.

2010 Advisory Meeting: July 12. 2010 @ Aiea HS Eligibility Lists Due: 13-Aug-10 Evaluation Meeting: 29-Nov-10 White 1 Kalaheo 2 Waipahu 3 Kaimuki 4 Pearl City 5 Anuenue 6 Mckinley 7 Nanakuli 8 Waialua 9 Kalani rev.August 2.2010 OIA White Football Schedule MEETING/DUE DATES Start/Tryout Date: Helmets. 07/19/2010 White Conference Date Week 0 Pre Season Week 1 Aug 20-21 8/20/10 8/20/10 8/21/10 8/20/10 Bye Week 2 Aug 27-28 8/28/10 8/28/10 8/28/10 8/27/10 Bye Week 3 Sept 3-4 9/3/10 4-Sep 9/3/10 9/4/10 Bye Week 4 Sept 10-11 11-Sep 10-Sep 9/11/10 9/11/10 Bye Week 5 Sept 17-18 9/18/10 9/17/10 9/18/10 9/18HC Bye Week 6 Sept 24-25 9/24HC 9/25HC 9/25/10 9/25HC Bye Game Site Time JV Varsity Kalaheo vs Waialua Waipahu vs Nanakuli Kaimuki vs Mckinley Pearl City vs Anuenue Kalani Kailua Waipahu Roosevelt Pearl City 5:00PM 5:00PM 2:00PM 6:00 X X X X X X X Anuenue vs Kaimuki Mckinley vs Waipahu Nanakuli vs Kalaheo Waialua vs Kalani Pearl City Kaiser Roosevelt Nanakuli Waialua 5:00 2:00 X 4:00 X 5:00 X X X X X Waipahu vs Kalani Kaimuki vs Waialua Pearl City vs Nanakuli Anuenue vs Mckinley Kalaheo Waipahu Roosevelt Pearl City Kaiser 5:00 2:00 5:00 5:00 X X X X X X X Mckinley vs Pearl City Nanakuli vs Kaimuki Waialua vs Waipahu Kalani vs Kalaheo Anuenue Roosevelt Nanakuli Waialua Kaiser 2:00 5:00 4:00 4:00 X X X X X X X X Kaimuki vs Kalaheo Pearl City vs Kalani Anuenue vs Waialua Mckinley vs Nanakuli Waipahu Kaiser Pearl City Waialua Roosevelt 4:00 5:00 5:00 2:00 X X X X X X X Nanakuli vs Anuenue Waialua vs Pearl City Kalani vs Kaimuki Kalaheo vs Waipahu Mckinley Nanakuli Waialua Kaiser Kailua 6:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 X X X X X X X .August 1. No pads July 26 . 2010 Full Pads Monday .

White 3 White Championship Red Championship p p JV Championship TBA TBA TBA TBA Aloha Stadium Aloha Stadium TBA Kalani vs Nanakuli Kalaheo vs Mckinley Waipahu vs Anuenue Kaimuki vs Pearl City Waialua Kaiser Kailua Waipahu Roosevelt Waialua vs Mckinley Kalani vs Anuenue Kalaheo vs Pearl City Waipahu vs Kaimuki Nanakuli Waialua Kaiser Kailua Waipahu Game Waipahu vs Pearl City Anuenue vs Kalaheo Mckinley vs Kalani Nanakuli vs Waialua Kaimuki Site Waipahu Kaiser Roosevelt Nanakuli rev. White 3 JV White 1 vs. White 4 White 2 vs.2010 OIA White Football Schedule Date Week 7 Oct 1-2 HC 10/1 10/2/10 10/2/10 10/2/10 Bye Week 8 Oct 8-9 10/8/10 10/9/10 10/9/10 10/8/10 Bye Week 9 Oct 15-16 10/16HC 10/16/10 15-Oct 9/16HC Bye Playoffs Oct 22-23 White 1 vs. White 4 JV White 2 vs. 07/19/2010 Time 5:00 5:00 2:00 4:00 JV Varsity X X X X X X X 5:00 5:00 4:00 5:00 X X X X X X X 4:00 4:00 6:00 2:00 X X X X X X X X X X X November 5 November 6 x x x .

I. Boys/Girls Golf Schedule ‘11 Golf Advisory Date: Site: Start/Tryout Date: Eligibility Due Date: January 24. walk/carry their own golf equipment. C. C. D. 11 Week 40 April 4-8. Average player scores Boys 95 or Below. Oahu Country Club Municipals: $10 w/City w/School I. 2010 . Golf Card. 11 Week 39 March 28-April 1. A. BIIF BIIF 6pm Dinner Week 36 March 7-11 11 Week 37 S. $15 18yrs or older w I. I.22. Key: Week Blue print BYE Black print not confirmed Green Fees: Barbers Pt.O. card $12 Jr. $14 per player $13 per player Round is Complimentary $10 per player (+ tax) I. 2011 Week 4142 Week 44 Week 45 May 16.D. 3. $14 All players must: Wear proper golf attire. 2011 Monday Campbell High School – K-1 January 31. B. rate/$8 Military Dependant w/I. March 14-18. use. 10. 11 Monday T. 11 May 2. Kaneohe Klipper G. prior to tee time All coaches will assist during tournament play All dates are requested and subject to change based on availability of golf courses *Please thank all establishments that have graciously given their course for the O. D. C. 11 April 25-29. G. Golf Card. 11 Week 38 March 21-25.D. 11 February 28. C. A. no caddies All coaches must check in their team/1hr. Makaha Valley C. B. 11 7:00pm OIA Individual & Team Championship: HHSAA Girls Golf Championship: HHSAA Boys Golf Championship: Golf Evaluation Mtg: April 18 . 11 April 18-22. 4 May 9. Girls 115 or below. Submitted: May 16. Mamala Bay G. A. 11 Week 41 OIA Championship Week 42 OIA Championship Week 43 – Bye April 11-15. 11 All scheduled 18 hole Golf Tournament.

2011 Advisory Meeting at Aiea High School 6:30 pm February 7. 2011 Novice/Open Tournament at Aiea High School 10:30 am March 26. 2011 (2:00 pm) At Kapolei At Pearl City At Pearl City Pearl City-Waialua Aiea-Mililani Aiea-Waipahu Campbell-Mililani Waipahu-Pearl City Waialua-Mililani Aiea-Leilehua Kapolei-Leilehua Campbell-Leilehua Waipahu-Kapolei Waialua-Aiea Kapolei-Aiea Pearl City-Aiea Campbell-Pearl City Leilehua-Pearl City Waialua-Kapolei Kapolei-Mililani Waialua-Campbell Campbell-Waipahu Waipahu-Waialua Mililani-Waipahu Mililani-Leilehua Aiea-Campbell Pearl City-Kapolei Kapolei-Campbell Mililani-Pearl City Leilehua-Waialua Leilehua-Waipahu --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------At Farrington At Kaiser At Kaimuki Roosevelt-Kalani Moanalua-Kahuku Roosevelt-Farrington Moanalua-Kailua Kaimuki-Kaiser Moanalua-Castle Castle-Kaiser Kailua-Kahuku Kailua-Kalani Farrington-Kaimuki McKinley-Kalani Kalaheo-Kaiser McKinley-Kahuku Farrington-Kalaheo Kaimuki-Rooesvelt Kalani-Kalaheo Castle Roosevelt McKinley-Kailua Kaimuki-Castle Kaiser-Kahuku Castle-Farrington Kaiser-Moanalua Kailua-Kaimuki Kalani-Kaiser Kailua-Roosevelt Kalani-Farrington Kalaheo-Kaimuki Kahuku-Farrington Kalaheo-Castle Roosevelt-Kahuku Kaimuki-McKinley Roosevelt-Moanalua Moanalua-McKinley Roosevelt-Kalaheo Kaiser-Kailua McKinley-Castle Farrington-Kailua Kaimuki-Kalani Kalaheo-Kailua McKinley-Kaiser Kahuku-Kalaheo Roosevelt-Kaiser Kahuku-Kaimuki McKinley-Roosevelt Moanalua-Kaimuki Kalaheo-Moanalua Farrington-Moanalua Castle-Kahuku Kasier-Farrington Castle-Kalani Farrington-McKinley Kailua-Castle Kalaheo-McKinley Kalani-Kahuku Kalani-Moanalua April 16. 2011 Evaluation Meeting at Aiea High School 6:00 pm All times indicate match start times weigh ins will begin one hour and half (1 ½) prior Start Time for matches will be 10:30 on Saturdays. 2011 Start/Try Out Date March 11. 2011 Eligibility List Due March 19.OIA JUDO SCHEDULE 2011 (REVISED 6/24/10) January 31. 2011 OIA Individual Championships at Leilehua 10:30 am May 29. Start Time for matches on Test Date Saturdays will be 2:00 . 2011 OIA Team Championships at Moanalua 5:00 May 7. 2011 (10:30 pm) April 9. 2011 HHSAA State Tournament 10:30 May 9. 2011 OIA Eastern Division Championships at McKinley 10:30 am OIA Western Division Championships at Mililani 10:30 am April 23. 2011 (10:30 am) April 2.

2011 January 15. 2011 Keÿehi Lagoon TBA – Holiday??? Keÿehi Lagoon 8:30pm Keÿehi Lagoon 8:30pm Keÿehi Lagoon – OIA Finals TBA Keÿehi Lagoon*** – OIA Finals / Bye-Week If Necessary HHSAA Regatta -TBA TBA ***Schedule subject to change due to weather and unforeseen circumstances. November 8. then January 29th becomes the OIA Championships and January 22nd becomes the make-up day! If January 22nd is canceled. If need be. If this happens. 2011. Lane Pulling for the first race will be discussed at the Advisory Meeting and all sequential Lane Pullings will be done at the coaches' meeting prior to every regatta thereafter***. November 2. January 29th will be added to the schedule to make up any race days. 2010 Änuenue School Cafeteria. 2011 February 4. then there will be no make-up for that day and the schedule will follow the Championships on January 29th.us Location Keÿehi Lagoon Time 8:30am Day Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Friday Date December 18. 2011 January 29. 2010 7:00am – 10:00am @ Keÿehi Lagoon SAT – TBA ACT – TBA Läpule Schultz. 2010 Monday. 2010 1st Week January TBA January 8.hi. December 7. November 27. December 25th Regatta canceled due to Budget Cuts. AD – Änuenue School (808) 220 – 8251. . Notes: 1) All races to be held at Keÿehi Lagoon unless directed to our back-up site at Kailua Beach Park due to unforeseen circumstances. 2011 this year. 2010 Monday. 2011 January 22. 7:00pm Monday. 2011 Änuenue School Cafeteria.OIA PADDLING SCHEDULE 2010 – 2011 Advisory Meeting: Try-Out Date: Eligibility List Due: Evaluation Meeting: Canoe Weigh-In: Test Date(s): Coordinator: Tuesday. February 4th.k12. HHSAA State Regatta will be held tentatively on Friday. lapule_schultz@notes. 7:00pm Saturday. February 7.

Double 12:30/2:00p.4 Advisory Meeting: 11/1/2010 Kalani HS . Triple 4:00/5:30/7:15p Saturdays: Single 2:00p. Double 2:00/3:30p. 2010 v.OIA SOCCER SCHEDULE 2010‐2011 June 16. Triple 12:30/2:00/4:00p Test dates: Single 2:00p.Café 6:00p Test Start Date: Girls 11/8/10 Boys 11/15/10 Eligibility List: Girls 11/22/2010 Boys 11/29/2010 Evaluation Meeting: 2/14/2011 Kapolei HS . Double 5:30/7:15p.Café 6:30p Dinner Weekday NO-lights 4:00p Game Times: Weekday w/lights: Single 6:00p. Triple 2:00/3:30/5:15p OIA Tournament: Girls: 1/26-29/2011 Boys: 2/2-5/2011 HHSAA Tournament: Girls: 2/9-12/2011 Boys: 2/16-19/2011 GM# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Date 11/30/2010 11/30/2010 11/30/2010 11/30/2010 11/30/2010 11/30/2010 12/1/2010 12/1/2010 12/1/2010 12/1/2010 12/1/2010 12/1/2010 12/3/2010 12/3/2010 12/3/2010 12/3/2010 12/3/2010 12/3/2010 12/4/2010 12/4/2010 12/4/2010 12/4/2010 12/4/2010 12/4/2010 12/4/2010 12/4/2010 12/4/2010 12/4/2010 12/4/2010 12/4/2010 Day Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat B/G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G Level JV V JV V JV V JV V JV V JV V JV V JV V JV V JV V JV V V JV V V JV V JV V Home Kapolei Kapolei Mililani Mililani Waianae Waianae Castle Castle Kailua Kailua Roosevelt Roosevelt Aiea Aiea Nanakuli Nanakuli Pearl City Pearl City Farrington Farrington Kahuku Kahuku Kaimuki Kaiser Kaiser McKinley Moanalua Moanalua Waipahu Waipahu Visitor Aiea Aiea Pearl City Pearl City Nanakuli Nanakuli Moanalua Moanalua Kaiser Kaiser Kahuku Kahuku Mililani Mililani Campbell Campbell Waianae Waianae Waialua Waialua Kailua Kailua Leilehua Kalani Kalani Kalaheo Roosevelt Roosevelt Radford (2:00P) Radford (3:30p) v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v Test Date Test Date Test Date Test Date Test Date Test Date Test Date Test Date Test Date Test Date Test Date Test Date .

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4 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 12/14/2010 12/14/2010 12/14/2010 12/14/2010 12/14/2010 12/14/2010 12/14/2010 12/14/2010 12/14/2010 12/14/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/15/2010 12/17/2010 12/17/2010 12/17/2010 12/17/2010 12/17/2010 12/17/2010 12/17/2010 12/17/2010 12/17/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 12/18/2010 Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat B G G B G G B B G G G G G G B B G G G B G G B G G G B B B B G G B G G B G G B B G G G B G G G G B G G G G B B B G G V JV V V JV V V V JV V JV V JV V V V JV V V V JV V V JV V V V V V V JV V V JV V V JV V V V JV V V V JV V JV V V JV V JV V V V V JV V Aiea Aiea Aiea Kapolei Kapolei Kapolei McKinley Pearl City Pearl City Pearl City Castle Castle Kahuku Kahuku Kaimuki Kalaheo Leilehua Leilehua McKinley Moanalua Moanalua Moanalua Radford Radford Radford Waialua Waianae Waipahu Waipahu Campbell Campbell Campbell Leilehua Nanakuli Nanakuli Waialua Waianae Waianae Castle Kailua Kailua Kailua Kaimuki Kaiser Kaiser Kaiser Kalaheo Kalaheo Kalani Kalani Kalani Leilehua Leilehua Nanakuli Radford Waianae Waipahu Waipahu v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v Campbell Campbell Campbell Waialua Waianae Waianae Kaiser Leilehua Nanakuli Nanakuli Kailua Kailua Kaiser Kaiser Kahuku Kailua Waipahu Waipahu Farrington Kalani Kalani Kalani Nanakuli Kalaheo Kalaheo Kaimuki Nanakuli Farrington Castle Kapolei Kapolei Kapolei Aiea Aiea Aiea Mililani Mililani Mililani Farrington Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt McKinley Moanalua Moanalua Moanalua Farrington Farrington Kalaheo Castle Castle Radford Radford Kaimuki Kahuku Waipahu Waialua Waialua .OIA SOCCER SCHEDULE 2010‐2011 June 16. 2010 v.

 2010 v.OIA SOCCER SCHEDULE 2010‐2011 June 16.4 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 12/20/2010 12/20/2010 12/20/2010 12/20/2010 12/20/2010 12/20/2010 12/20/2010 12/20/2010 12/20/2010 12/21/2010 12/21/2010 12/21/2010 12/21/2010 12/21/2010 12/21/2010 12/21/2010 12/21/2010 12/21/2010 12/21/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/22/2010 12/23/2010 12/23/2010 12/23/2010 12/23/2010 12/23/2010 12/23/2010 12/23/2010 12/23/2010 12/23/2010 Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu B G G B G G B G G G B G G B G G B G G B G G G B G B B G G G B G G B B G G B G G B B G G V JV V V JV V V JV V JV V JV V V JV V V JV V V JV V V V V V V V JV V V JV V V V JV V V JV V V V JV V Campbell Campbell Campbell Mililani Mililani Mililani Waialua Waianae Waianae Farrington Kailua Kailua Kailua Kaimuki Kalani Kalani Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt Aiea Aiea Aiea Farrington Kahuku Kaimuki Kalani Leilehua McKinley Nanakuli Nanakuli Pearl City Pearl City Pearl City Radford Waipahu Kahuku Kahuku Kaiser Kaiser Kaiser McKinley Moanalua Moanalua Moanalua v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v Pearl City Pearl City Pearl City Kapolei Kapolei Kapolei Aiea Aiea Aiea Radford Moanalua Moanalua Moanalua Castle Kahuku Kahuku Kalaheo Castle Castle Kapolei Kapolei Kapolei Radford Farrington Waipahu McKinley Waialua Leilehua Waianae Waianae Mililani Mililani Mililani Waianae Nanakuli Roosevelt Roosevelt Kailua Kailua Kailua Roosevelt Kalaheo Castle Castle .

OIA SOCCER SCHEDULE 2010‐2011 June 16.4 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 12/27/2010 12/27/2010 12/27/2010 12/27/2010 12/27/2010 12/27/2010 12/27/2010 12/27/2010 12/27/2010 12/27/2010 12/27/2010 12/27/2010 12/28/2010 12/28/2010 12/28/2010 12/28/2010 12/28/2010 12/28/2010 12/28/2010 12/28/2010 12/28/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/29/2010 12/30/2010 12/30/2010 12/30/2010 12/30/2010 12/30/2010 12/30/2010 12/30/2010 12/30/2010 Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu B G G G B B G G B B G G B G G G G G B G G B G G B B B G B B G G B G G B G G G G G B G G G G B V JV V V V V JV V V V JV V V JV V JV JV V V JV V V JV V V V V V V V JV V V JV V V JV V V JV V V JV V JV V V Campbell Campbell Campbell Farrington Kalani Mililani Mililani Mililani Waialua Waianae Waianae Waianae Kailua Kailua Kailua Kalaheo Kalani Kalani Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt Campbell Campbell Campbell Castle Farrington Kaimuki Kalaheo Kalani Leilehua Leilehua Leilehua Nanakuli Nanakuli Nanakuli Pearl City Pearl City Pearl City Radford Kahuku Kahuku Kaiser Kaiser Kaiser Kalani Kalani McKinley v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v Leilehua Nanakuli Nanakuli McKinley Kaiser Aiea Aiea Aiea Pearl City Radford Pearl City Pearl City McKinley Kahuku Kahuku Waialua Kaiser Kaiser Moanalua Moanalua Moanalua Mililani Mililani Mililani Waianae Radford Waipahu Waialua Roosevelt Kapolei Farrington Farrington Kahuku Kapolei Kapolei Aiea Aiea Aiea Kaimuki Moanalua Moanalua Kalaheo Castle Castle Roosevelt Roosevelt Moanalua . 2010 v.

4 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 1/4/2011 1/4/2011 1/4/2011 1/4/2011 1/4/2011 1/4/2011 1/4/2011 1/4/2011 1/4/2011 1/4/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/5/2011 1/7/2011 1/7/2011 1/7/2011 1/7/2011 1/7/2011 1/7/2011 1/7/2011 1/7/2011 1/7/2011 1/7/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 1/8/2011 Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat B B G G B G G B G G G G B B G G G G B B G G B G G G G B B G G B G G B G G G B B G G B G G B G G B G G B G G V V JV V V JV V V JV V JV V V V JV V V V V V JV V V JV V JV V V V JV V V JV V V V JV V V V JV V V JV V V JV V V JV V V JV V Kalaheo Kapolei Kapolei Kapolei Mililani Mililani Mililani Waialua Waianae Waianae Castle Castle Kahuku Kailua Kailua Kailua Kaimuki Kalaheo Nanakuli Radford Radford Radford Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt Waialua Waialua Waianae Campbell Campbell Campbell Leilehua Nanakuli Nanakuli Waialua Waialua Waianae Waianae Castle Farrington Farrington Farrington Kailua Kailua Kailua Kaiser Kaiser Kaiser Kalani Kalani Kalani Waianae Waipahu Waipahu v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v McKinley Pearl City Pearl City Pearl City Leilehua Nanakuli Nanakuli Campbell Campbell Campbell Kahuku Kahuku Waipahu Kalani Kalani Kalani Farrington McKinley Castle Kaimuki Waipahu Waipahu Kaiser Kaiser Kaiser Leilehua Leilehua Farrington Aiea Aiea Aiea Pearl City Pearl City Pearl City Kapolei McKinley Kapolei Kapolei Kaimuki Kaimuki Kalaheo Kalaheo Kalaheo Castle Castle McKinley Kahuku Kahuku Moanalua Moanalua Moanalua Nanakuli Leilehua Leilehua .OIA SOCCER SCHEDULE 2010‐2011 June 16. 2010 v.

 2010 v.OIA SOCCER SCHEDULE 2010‐2011 June 16.4 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 1/11/2011 1/11/2011 1/11/2011 1/11/2011 1/11/2011 1/11/2011 1/11/2011 1/11/2011 1/11/2011 1/11/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/12/2011 1/13/2011 1/14/2011 1/14/2011 1/14/2011 1/14/2011 1/14/2011 1/14/2011 1/14/2011 1/14/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 1/15/2011 Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Thu Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Fri Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat B G G B B G G B G G G G B G G B G G B G G B G G G G B B G G B G G B G G G G G G B G G B B G G G G V JV V V V JV V V JV V JV V V V V V JV V V JV V V JV V JV V V V JV V V JV V V JV V JV V JV V V JV V V V JV V JV V Aiea Aiea Aiea Kaimuki Kapolei Kapolei Kapolei Mililani Mililani Mililani Castle Castle Kahuku Kalaheo McKinley Moanalua Moanalua Moanalua Radford Radford Radford Roosevelt Roosevelt Roosevelt Waialua Waialua Waipahu Kalaheo Aiea Aiea Kapolei Kapolei Kapolei Pearl City Pearl City Pearl City Castle Castle Kahuku Kahuku Kalaheo Kalaheo Kalaheo McKinley Moanalua Moanalua Moanalua Waipahu Waipahu v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v Leilehua Nanakuli Nanakuli McKinley Campbell Campbell Campbell Waialua Waianae Waianae Kalani Kalani Kaimuki Kaimuki Farrington Kaiser Kaiser Kaiser Leilehua Leilehua Leilehua Kailua Kailua Kailua Waipahu Waipahu Waianae Kalani Waialua Waialua Mililani Mililani Mililani Campbell Campbell Campbell Roosevelt Roosevelt Kalani Kalani Roosevelt Waipahu Waipahu Kalani Kailua Kailua Kailua Kalaheo Kalaheo .

OIA SOCCER SCHEDULE 2010‐2011 June 16.4 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 1/18/2011 1/18/2011 1/18/2011 1/18/2011 1/19/2011 1/19/2011 1/19/2011 1/19/2011 1/19/2011 1/21/2011 1/21/2011 1/21/2011 1/22/2011 1/22/2011 1/22/2011 1/22/2011 Tue Tue Tue Tue Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Fri Fri Fri Sat Sat Sat Sat B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V Aiea Kapolei Mililani Waialua Farrington Kailua Kalaheo Nanakuli Roosevelt Aiea Leilehua Pearl City Kahuku Kaiser McKinley Moanalua v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v Waialua Aiea Pearl City Leilehua Castle Kaiser Moanalua Waipahu McKinley Mililani Campbell Waialua Castle Kalani Kailua Roosevelt . 2010 v.

Revised 6/21/10 2010 Soft Tennis Schedule Advisory Meeting: Tryout Date: Eligibility Lists Due: Ranking Sheets Due: Seeding Meeting: Evaluation Meeting: OIA Team Playoffs: OIA Doubles Championship: July 26, 2010 – Kaimuki High Cafeteria 6:00 pm (night school) August 2, 2010 August 14, 2010 August 14, 2010 – Fax to 733-4933 (Kaimuki) September 20, 2010 – Kaimuki High Cafeteria 7:00 pm October 4, 2010 – Kaimuki High Cafeteria 6:30 pm September 18, 2010 – Kaiser High East – September 25 – Kaiser High West – September 25 – CORP Finals – October 2 – Kaiser High 9:00 am 2:00 pm (SAT, PSAT, ACT)

Start Times:

Aug. 21 Roosevelt Kalani (2) Kailua (3) Castle Kaimukï (2) Kaläheo (3) Kaiser Mckinley Pearl City Leilehua (2) Moanalua (3) Waipahu ‘Aiea

Aug. 28 Kalani Castle (2) Kaiser(3) Mckinley Kailua Kaläheo Kaimukï Roosevelt Kapolei Pearl City

Sept. 4_____ Kaimuki Kaiser (2) Kailua (3) Roosevelt Castle (2) Mckinley (3) Kaläheo Kalani Waipahu Pearl City (2) Campbell (3) ‘Aiea Leilehua Kapolei Moanalua (bye)

Leilehua Waipahu

Campbell Kapolei

Moanalua ‘Aiea (2) Campbell (3) Sept. 11 (ACT) Pearl City ‘Aiea

Sept. 11 (ACT) Kaiser Roosevelt (2) Kaläheo (3) Kalani Kaimukï (2) Mckinley (3) Kailua Castle

Moanalua Waipahu (2) Kapolei (3) Leilehua Campbell

JV SB RED WEST 2010-11

Sat. Campbell Mililani Kapolei

Aug. 28 Leilehua Aiea Waianae Pearl City Sept. 14 Mililani Kapolei Waianae Campbell Oct. 2 Waianae Kapolei Mililani Aiea

Sat. Waianae Aiea Leilehua bye Sat. Aiea Leilehua Pearl City bye Sat. 1 Game Pearl City Campbell Mililani bye

Sept. 4 Mililani Campbell Pearl City Kapolei Sept. 18 Kapolei Mililani Campbell Waianae Oct. 9 (SAT) Aiea Waianae Kapolei Leilehua

Sat. 1 Game Mililani Kapolei Waianae bye Sat. Kapolei Waianae Aiea bye Tue. Aiea Waianae Kapolei bye

Sept. 11 (ACT) Pearl City Leilehua Aiea Campbell Sept. 25 Campbell Pearl City Leilehua Mililani Oct. 12 Pearl City Campbell Mililani Leilehua

bye

Tue. Pearl City Leilehua Aiea

bye

Sat. Leilehua Pearl City Campbell

bye

All Saturday games will be double-headers except Sept. 11 and Oct. 9 Starting Date: Aug. 2, 2010 Full Practice Advisory Meeting: July 26, 2010 (Nanakui High School 7:00pm) Eligibility List Due: Game Times: Saturdays 10:00am Weekday 3:30pm Test Date 3:00pm OIA Playoffs: Oct. 15, 16.

VSB RED WEST 2010-11

Sat. Leilehua Mililani Kapolei

Mar. 5 Campbell Aiea Waianae Pearl City Mar. 19 Mililani Campbell

Sat. 1 Game Waianae Aiea Leilehua bye Tue. Kapolei Waianae Thurs. Leilehua Aiea Tue. Kapolei Waianae Tue. Waianae Kapolei Mililani bye

Mar. 12 (SAT) Mililani Campbell Pearl City Kapolei Mar. 22 Leilehua Aiea Mar. 24 Kapolei Waianae Apr. 5 Campbell Pearl City Apr. 12 Leilehua Pearl City Campbell Aiea

Tue. Mililani Campbell Pearl City bye Sat. Aiea Leilehua Pearl City

Mar. 15 Waianae Aiea Leilehua Kapolei Mar. 26 Kapolei Mililani Campbell Waianae

bye

Sat. Pearl City

bye

bye

Sat. Aiea

Apr. 2 Leilehua Mililani Apr. 9 (ACT) Waianae Kapolei Mililani Aiea

bye

Thurs. Campbell Pearl City Sat. Aiea Campbell Mililani bye

Apr. 7 Kapolei Waianae Apr. 16 Pearl City Waianae Kapolei Leilehua

Sat. 1 Game Leilehua Pearl City Campbell

bye

All Saturday games will be double-headers except Mar. 12 and Apr. 9. Start Date: Feb. 2, 2011 Full Practice Advisory meeting: Jan. 31 2011 (Nanakuli High School Gym 7:00pm) Eligibility list due: Evaluation meeting: May 9, 2011 (Nanakuli High School Gym 6:30pm) Game times: Saturdays 10:00am, Weekdays 3:30pm, Test dates 3:00pm. OIA Playoffs: Apr. 20, 21, 22, 23. HHSAA: May 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

OIA Swimming Schedule 2010---2011 Advisory Meeting: November 8, 2010 Evaluation Meeting: February 15, 2011 Start Date: November 8 2010 Eligibility List Due: January 7, 2011 Start Time: Saturday: 10:00 a.m. Testing Days: Saturday: 2:00 p.m. Pre Season: November 13, 20, 27, Dec. 4, 11, KALANI INVITATIONAL Open Date OIA RELAYS JV CHAMPIONSHIP WESTERN DIVISION EASTERN DIVISION OIA CHAMPIONSHIP December 18 Merry Christmas JANUARY 8 JANUARY 15 JANUARY 21 JANUARY 22 January 28 January 29 February 5 FEBRUARY 11 AND 12

By Week HHSAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Try Out Date      ELIGIBILITY LIST DUE:      RANKINGS DUE:   ADVISORY MEETING    TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS:    EVALUATION MEETING:        SAT, OCT 16  FARRINGTON – CASTLE  KAILUA – ROOSEVELT  KAIMUKI – MOANALUA  KAISER – MCKINLEY  KALAHEO – KALANI    SAT,  NOV 6  (SAT)  ROOSEVELT – KALAHEO  FARRINGTON – KAISER  KAILUA – KAIMUKI  CASTLE – MCKINLEY  MOANALUA – KALANI    SAT NOV 27  KAISER – CASTLE  KALAHEO – KAIMUKI  KALANI – KAILUA  MCKINLEY – FARRINGTON  MOANALUA – ROOSEVELT      MATCH TIMES  SAT                     9 :00 AM    TEST DATES  3:00 PM  WED                    3:00 PM                 

OIA GIRLS JV TENNIS 2010  EASTERN DIVISION  6/16/10    OCT 4, 2010  OCT 9, 2010  OCT 12, 2010  OCT 12 2010  KAHUKU HIGH, P‐37, 7:00PM  DEC 15, 17 2010  FEB 1, 2011  KAHUKU HIGH P‐37, 6:30PM  SAT, OCT 23  (ACT)  FARRINGTON – KAILUA  CASTLE – KALANI  MCKINLEY – KALAHEO  MOANALUA – KAISER  ROOSEVELT – KAIMUKI  SAT, NOV 13  KAISER – KAILUA  KALAHEO – FARRINGTON  KALANI – ROOSEVELT  MCKINLEY – MOANALUA  KAIMUKI – CASTLE  SAT DEC 4  KAISER – KALAHEO  CASTLE – ROOSEVELT  FARRINGTON – MOANALUA  KAILUA – MCKINLEY  KAIMUKI – KALANI  SAT, OCT 30  KALAHEO – MOANALUA  KALANI – MCKINLEY    KAILUA – CASTLE    KAIMUKI – FARRINGTON    KAISER – ROOSEVELT    SAT, NOV 20  CASTLE – MOANALUA  ROOSEVELT – MCKINLEY  FARRINGTON – KALANI  KAILUA – KALAHEO  KAIMUKI – KAISER  SAT, DEC 11  MOANALUA – KAILUA  ROOSEVELT – FARRINGTON  KALAHEO – CASTLE  KALANI – KAISER  MCKINLEY – KAIMUKI 

  TRY OUT DATE:   ELIGIBILITY LIST DUE:    ADVISORY MEETING    RANKINGS DUE:     TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS:    EVALUATION MEETING:        SAT, OCT 16  AIEA – WAIALUA  CAMPBELL – RADFORD  KAPOLEI – PEARL CITY  LEILEHUA – MILILANI  WAIPAHU – BYE      SAT, NOV 6 (SAT)  PEARL CITY – LEILEHUA  RADFORD – KAPOLEI  WAIALUA – CAMPBELL  WAIPAHU – AIEA  MILILANI – BYE      SAT NOV 27  LEILEHUA – CAMPBELL  MILILANI – AIEA  PEARL CITY – WAIPAHU  RADFORD – WAIALUA  KAPOLEI – BYE        MATCH TIMES  SAT                       9 :00 AM   TEST DATES     3:00 PM  WED                    3:00 PM     

OIA GIRLS JV TENNIS 2010  WESTERN DIVISION  6/16/10      OCT 4, 2010  OCT 9, 2010  OCT 12  2010  KAHUKU HIGH P‐37, 7:00PM  OCT 12, 2010  DEC  15, 17 2010  FEB 1, 2011  KAHUKU HIGH, P‐37 6:30PM  SAT, OCT 23 (ACT)  MILILANI – KAPOLEI  PEARL CITY – CAMPBELL  RADFORD – AIEA  WAIALUA – WAIPAHU  LEILEHUA – BYE    SAT, NOV 13  KAPOLEI – AIEA  LEILEHUA – WAIPAHU  MILILANI – WAIALUA  PEARL CITY – RADFORD  CAMPBELL – BYE  SAT DEC 4  WAIALUA – PEARL CITY  WAIPAHU – MILILANI  AIEA – LEILEHUA  CAMPBELL – KAPOLEI  RADFORD – BYE  SAT, OCT 30  CAMPBELL‐ WAIPAHU  KAPOLEI – WAIALUA    LEILEHUA – RADFORD  MILILANI – PEARL CITY  AIEA – BYE    SAT, NOV 20  RADFORD – MILILANI  WAIALUA – LEILEHUA  WAIPAHU – KAPOLEI  AIEA – CAMPBELL  PEARL CITY – BYE 

 

SAT, DEC 11  WAIPAHU – RADFORD  AIEA – PEARL CITY  CAMPBELL – MILILANI    KAPOLEI – LEILEHUA  WAIALUA – BYE 

 2011  FEBRUARY 15. 2011  FEBRUARY 12. 16. 2011  KAHUKU HIGH P‐37 7:00PM  FEBRUARY 15.  OIA TENNIS 2010 – 2011   EASTERN DIVISION  6/16/10  FEBRUARY  7. 2011  LEILEHUA/KAHUKU  APRIL 6. 9. 25. 5/7    Match Times  Wed 2:00PM            1:00PM – 3 courts  Sat 9:00AM         2:00PM – Test dates  TRY OUT DATE:  ELIGIBILITY LIST DUE:  ADVISORY MEETING  RANKINGS DUE:  SEEDING MEETING:  TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS:  POST‐SEASON CLASSIC:  INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP:  HHSAA TOURNAMENT:  EVALUATION MEETING:    Feb 19  Kalani – Kahuku  Kaiser – Kalaheo  Moanalua – Kaimuki  Roosevelt – Farrington  McKinley – Castle  Kailua – BYE    Mar 11  Farrington – McKinley  Kaimuki – Roosevelt  Kalaheo – Moanalua  Kahuku – Kaiser  Kailua – Kalani  Castle – BYE    Mar 16  Roosevelt – Kaiser  McKinley – Kalani  Castle – Kailua  Farrington – Kahuku  Kaimuki – Kalaheo  Moanalua – BYE    Mar 26  Kahuku – Kaimuki  Kailua – Farrington  Kalani – Castle  Kaiser – McKinley  Moanalua – Roosevel  Kalaheo – BYE          . 2011  KAHUKU P‐37 6:30PM    Feb 26  Castle – Roosevelt  Farrington – Moanalua  Kaimuki – Kaiser  Kalaheo – Kalani  Kahuku – Kailua  McKinley – BYE  Mar 12  (SAT)  Moanalua – Kalani  Roosevelt – Kailua  McKinley – Kahuku  Castle – Kalaheo  Farrington – Kaimuki  Kaiser – BYE  Mar 19  Kalaheo – Farrington  Kahuku – Castle  Kailua – McKinley  Kalani – Roosevelt  Kaiser – Moanalua  Kaimuki – BYE  Apr 2  McKinley – Moanalua  Castle – Kaiser    Farrington – Kalani   Kaimuki – Kailua   Kalaheo – Kahuku   Roosevelt – BYE    OIA TENNIS 2010 – 2011   Mar 5  Kaiser ‐ Kailua  Moanalua ‐ Kahuku  Roosevelt ‐ Kalaheo  McKinley ‐ Kaimuki  Castle ‐ Farrington  Kalani – BYE  Mar 14  Kaimuki – Castle  Kalaheo – McKinley  Kahuku – Roosevelt  Kailua – Moanalua  Kalani – Kaiser  Farrington – BYE  Mar 23  Kailua – Kalaheo      Kalani – Kaimuki   Kaiser – Farrington   Moanalua – Castle   Roosevelt ‐ McKinley  Kahuku – BYE   ACT 2/12. 2011  #1 SCHOOLS. CORP  APRIL 15. 2011  APRIL 4. 2011  MAUI  MAY 9. 18. 2011  CORP  MAY 4 – 7. 4/9  SAT 3/12. 2011  CORP  APRIL 23.

 2011  CORP  MAY 4 – 7. 2011  MAUI  MAY 9. CORP  APRIL 15. 2011  CORP  APRIL 23. 7:00PM  Feb 26  Pearl City – Waipahu  Mililani – Radford  Kapolei – Campbell  Waialua – Leilehua  Waianae – Aiea   Mar 14  Lailehua – Waipahu  Campbell – Pearl City  Radford – Waianae  Kapolei – Waialua  Aiea – Mililani  Mar 26  Leilehua – Campbell  Mililano – Waianae  Pearl City – Waialua  Waipahu – Kapolei  Aiea – Radford    TRY OUT DATE:  ELIGIBILITY LIST DUE:  ADVISORY MEETING  RANKINGS DUE:  SEEDING MEETING:  TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS:  POST‐SEASON CLASSIC:  INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP:  HHSAA TOURNAMENT:  EVALUATION MEETING:    Feb 19  Pearl City ‐ Mililani  Waipahu – Waianae  Aiea – Waialua  Leilehua – Kapolei  Campbell‐ Radford    Mar 12  Waianae – Campbell  Pearl City – Leilehua  Waipahu – Aiea  Mililani – Kapolei  Waialua – Radford    Mar 19  Leilehua – Mililani  Campbell – Aiea  Radford – Waipahu  Kapolei – Pearl City  Waialua – Waianae      ACT 2/12. 2011  KAHUKU HIGH. 16. 4/9  SAT 3/12. 9.  WESTERN DIVISION  6/16/2010  FEBRUARY  7. P‐37.  2011    KAHUKU HIGH  P‐37. 2011  FEBRUARY 15. 2011  #1 SCHOOLS. 5/7    Match Times  Wed 2:00PM           1:00PM – 3 courts  Sat 9:00AM        2:00PM – Test dates          Mar 5  Campbell – Waialua  Radford – Kapolei    Waipahu – Mililani  Aiea – Pearl City  Leilehua – Waianae  Mar 16  Mililani – Waialua   Waianae – Kapolei  Pearl City – Radford    Waipahu – Campbell  Aiea – Leilehua     Apr 2  Waialua – Waipahu  Waianae – Pearl City  Campbell – Mililani  Radford – Leilehua  Kapolei – Aiea    . 2100  LEILEHUA/KAHUKU  APRIL 6. 2011  APRIL 4. 25. 18. 2011  FEBRUARY 12. 7:00PM  FEBRUARY 15.

TRACK FIELD SCHEDULE 2011 STARTING DATE ADVISORY MEETING ELIGIBILITY DUE EVALUATION MEETING POLE VAULT SUMMIT OFFICIALS' CLINIC TEAM MANAGER MEET MANAGER SPORT ADVISIOR Week 1 Feb 25-26 MEETS SUSPENDED 14-Feb-11 7-Feb-11 2-Apr-11 9-May-11 19-Feb-11 TBA 25-Feb-11 25-Feb-11 Mark Brilhante Kalaheo GYM 7:00pm Kalaheo Gym 6:30pm Iolani School Track Facility Iolani School Track Facility Moanalua Student Center Moanalua Student Center Kalaheo H. Fastest heat will run last. The top eight throwers and jumpers will have an additional attempt. Slowest heat will run first. Week 2 Mar 4-5 MILILANI Friday 3:30 PM MILILANI***L WAIPAHU*** WAIALUA*** KAIMUKI*** KAPOLEI PEARL CITY AIEA MILILANI Saturday 9 AM WAIANAE***L LEILEHUA*** CAMPBELL*** RADFORD MCKINLEY KAHUKU KAISER Saturday 9 AM Roosevelt Saturday 9 AM KALANI***L FARRINGTON***L CASTLE*** KAILUA*** ANUENUE*** NANAKULI KAISER ROOSEVELT KALAHEO MOANALUA Week 3 Mar 11-12 RADFORD: WAIANAE-WAIPAHU-AIEA-FARRINGTON-NANAKULI FRI 3/11 4 PM Velasco Sat 3/12 3 PM Yamamoto MILILANI: PEARL CITY-CAMPBELL-KAHUKU-WAIALUA-LEILEHUA Sat 3/12 3 PM Carnival Rela ROOSEVELT: KALANI-MOANALUA-CASTLE FURLOUGH SAT TEST DATE Sat 3/12 3 PM Sakamoto Week 4 Mar 18-19 Spring Break KAISER/KAILUA: KAIMUKI-KALAHEO-KAPOLEI-MCKINLEY-ANUENUE Week 5 Mar 25-26 KAISER Friday 3:30 PM KAIMUKI***L MCKINLEY*** ANUENUE*** PEARL CITY WAIALUA WAIPAHU KAISER 1-Apr 8-Apr 9-Apr 8-Apr 9-Apr 15-Apr OIA RELAYS JV EASTERN DIVISION EASTERN DIVISION JV WESTERN DIVISION WESTERN DIVISION KAISER Saturday 2 PM RADFORD***L CAMPBELL*** KAILUA KAISER KALAHEO LEILELUA MILILANI Friday 3:30 PM Roosevelt Saturday 9 AM KAPOLEI***L FARRINGTON***L Nanakuli*** KALANI*** KAHUKU*** MOANALUA AIEA*** ROOSEVELT CASTLE MILILANI Waianae SITE:Kaiser SITE:KAISER SITE: KAISER SITE: MILILANI SITE: MILILANI SITE: KAISER East Host:Kaiser West Host: FRIDAY 3:00 PM FRIDAY 3:00 PM SATURDAY 3:15 PM FRIDAY 3 PM SATURDAY 3:15 PM 3:00 PM HOST:GJV:Castle BJV:Mckinley HOST: GV:Roosevelt BV: Kahuku HOST: GJV: Waialua HOST: GV: Nanakuli BJV: Aiea BV: Pearl City ACT TEST DATE HON MARATHON INVITATION FRIDAY OIA-ILH QUALIFYING MEET OIA JV CHAMPIONSHIP PUNAHOU RELAYS OIA QUALIFYING MEET OIA VAR CHAMPIONSHIP HHSAA CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY HOST: KAISER / KALAHEO 16-Apr 21 / 23-Apr 22-Apr 28-30 Apr 6 / 7-May 3:00 PM SITE: MILILANI SITE: PUNAHOU East Host: HOST: G: WAIANAE B: WAIPAHU HOST: PUNAHOU West Host: Pearl City / Leilehua THURSDAY/SATURDAY FRIDAY 3:00 PM Thursday 3:00 PM Saturday 3:00 PM FRIDAY / SATURDAY SITE: MILILANI SITE: TBA HOST: GV: KALAHEO BV: KAPOLEI HOST: MIL SAT TEST DATE ***HOST / ***L LEAD HOST-Organize Hosts 16-Jun-10 . 254-7914 mark_brilhante@notes. Shot. discus.us Divisional and JV Championships will be one day events with time finals. Faster runners will be seeded together in the same heat. long and triple jumps will have three attempts.hi.S.k12.

Oct 30. 2010 WAIANAE v Kapolei WAIPAHU v Campbell PEARL CITY v Aiea KAILUA v McKinley KAISER v Moanalua KAHUKU v Farrington Thu. Sep 21. Oct. 19.Oct 21. (Sat. Sep 14. 2010 MILILANI v Campbell KAPOLEI v Pearl City WAIPAHU v Waianae CASTLE v Kailua MOANALUA v Mckinley KAHUKU v Kaiser Thu. Several people may enter on one pass. 2010 WAIANAE v Mililani AIEA v Waipahu KAPOLEI v Campbell KAILUA v Moanalua FARRINGTON v Kaiser CASTLE v McKinley Sat. 2010 Tue.2010 OIA VOLLEYBALL RED & BLUE DIVISION GIRLS Tryout Date: Advisory Meeting: Scorekeeper's Training: TBA Jul. 10am: Blue. August 17. Aug 31. July 13. Sep 25. 2010 Monday. Var. 2010 CAMPBELL v Mililani PEARL CITY v Kapolei WAIANAE v Waipahu KAILUA v Castle MCKINLEY v Moanalua KAISER v Kahuku Tue. girls to follow SAT Dates: Oct 9. 2010 KAPOLEI v Aiea WAIANAE v Campbell MILILANI v Pearl City CASTLE v Farrington MCKINLEY v Kaiser KAILUA v Kahuku Thu. JV. Sep 09. Sep 30. 2010 McKinley: Hirata Hall 7pm Game Times: 5pm: Blue. Sep 02. 2010 MILILANI v Waipahu WAIANAE v Pearl City CAMPBELL v Aiea KAISER v Kailua MOANALUA v Farrington KAHUKU v Castle Thu. 2010 WAIPAHU v Mililani PEARL CITY v Waianae AIEA v Campbell KAILUA v Kaiser FARRINGTON v Moanalua CASTLE v Kahuku Tue. 2010 Election dates: November 2. 2010 PSAT Dates: Saturday. Aug 26. 2010 McKinley: Hirata Hall 6pm test Tuesday. Sep 23. girls to follow. up to 12 Games. August 02. 2010 McKinley: Hirata Hall 6pm Tuesday. August 10. JV. 2010 ACT Dates: Sept 11. Nov 11. August 13. Aug 24. Aug 28. 2010 OIA Playoffs: Oct 6 . October 16. November 01. 2010 McKinley: Hirata Hall 6pm Eligibility Lists Due: Friday. 2010 MILILANI v Aiea WAIPAHU v Kapolei CAMPBELL v Pearl City KAILUA v Farrington MOANALUA v Castle KAHUKU v McKinley Tue. 2010 Tuesday. . Var. Sep 07. 2010 KAPOLEI v Waianae CAMPBELL v Waipahu AIEA v Pearl City MCKINLEY v Kailua MOANALUA v Kaiser FARRINGTON v Kahuku Sat. 2010 MILILANI v Waianae WAIPAHU v Aiea CAMPBELL v Kapolei MOANALUA v Kailua KAISER v Farrington MCKINLEY v Castle Thu. girls to follow) Test Dates: Start from 2pm: Blue. Var. 2010 HHSAA Championships: TBA Oct 24 . 2010 Evaluation Meeting: Monday. 2010 AIEA v Kapolei CAMPBELL v Waianae PEARL CITY v Mililani FARRINGTON v Castle KAISER v McKinley KAHUKU v Kailua Students with activity cards must provide a picture ID for admission or pay general admission Adults with passes must provide a picture ID. 2010 KAPOLEI v Mililani AIEA v Waianae PEARL CITY v Waipahu KAHUKU v Moanalua FARRINGTON v McKinley KAISER v Castle Thu. Sep 16. JV. Sep 28. 2010 MILILANI v Kapolei WAIANAE v Aiea WAIPAHU v Pearl City MOANALUA v Kahuku MCKINLEY v Farrington CASTLE v Kaiser Tue. 2010 AIEA v Mililani KAPOLEI v Waipahu PEARL CITY v Campbell FARRINGTON v Kailua CASTLE v Moanalua MCKINLEY v Kahuku Tue. 23.

12 Saturday (ACT) Feb. 11 Friday Feb.Kalaheo. 25 Saturday Jan..Kahuku. 18 Saturday Dec. 27 Thursday Jan. 2010 (Mon.Nanakuli Moanalua... Kalaheo.Kaimuki. Weigh-in: 9:00 am OIA Varsity Championship @ Leilehua Host Schools: Leilehua.Mililani..Pearl City. Weigh-in: 9:00 am (JV Boys and Girls) Sat.Kalani. Weigh-in: 9:00 am (Varsity Boys and Girls) Sat. 5 Saturday Feb..Mililani.. 15 Saturday Jan.Kailua. 11 Saturday (ACT) Weigh-in: 12:30 pm Start: 2:00 pm Dec.Waialua All Girls Dec.Roosevelt. 8 Saturday Mini Tournament All East Teams Site: Aiea Mini Tournament All East Teams Site: Aiea All West Teams All West Teams Open Week Open Week Open Week Mini Tournament (JV Boys and Girls) Sat.Roosevelt. 2010 (Mon.Pearl City. 20 Thursday Jan.Waipahu.Kalani. 27 Saturday Weigh-in: 9:00 am Start: 10:30 am Mini Tournament Site: Kailua Moanalua.): Weight Monitoring Training @ Moanalua High School Student Center 7pm Nov.Radford.Waipahu.Kahuku. 7.Kaimuki. Weigh-in: 3:00 pm Sat. 4 Friday Feb. Kaiser Fri. 1 Saturday Jan. 8 Saturday Dual Meet Tournament (Varsity Boys and Girls) Sat. Weigh-in: 9:00 am Site: Moanalua Start: 10:30 am Site: Mililani Start: 10:30 am Site: Campbell Start: 10:30 am Site: Campbell Start: 10:30 am Site: Radford Start: 10:30 am Seeding Meeting 7:00 pm @ Moanalua Room R-201 Jan..McKinley. 21 Friday Jan. Weigh-in: TBD Sat. 8 Saturday Dual Meet Tournament Jan. Weigh-in: TBD Evaluation Meeting 6:30pm @ Moanalua Room R-201 . 10 Friday Weigh-in: 4:00 pm Start: 5:00 pm Dec.Aiea.Waianae. Campbell. 2010 (Mon.Nanakuli Mini Tournament Site: Pearl City Farrington.): Advisory Meeting @ Moanalua High School Room R 201 7pm Nov. 19.Leilehua.Campbell. 25. Weigh-in: 9:00 am HHSAA Tournament @ NBC Fri.): Eligibility List due *schedule subject to change revised 7-1-10 Weight Monitoring Testing Dates: (M) Nov 15 East & West @ Aloha Stadium (M) Nov 22 East & West @ TBA (M) Nov 29 East & West @ TBA Nov. 15 Saturday Dual Meet Tournament Open Tournament (Varsity Boys and Girls) Sat. 3 Thursday Feb. Campbell. Weigh-in 3:00 pm Sat.. 14 Mon OIA Junior Varsity Championship @ Farrington Host Schools: Farrington. 4 Saturday (SAT) Weigh-in: 1:30 pm 3:00pm Weigh-in: 12:30 pm Start: 2:00pm Weigh-in: 12:30 pm Start: 2:00pm Start: Mini Tournament @ Klum Gym @ Aiea @ Moanalua Mini Tournament Site: Moanalua Mini Tournament Site: Moanalua Farrington.Castle.Kapolei. 22 Sat (SAT) OIA Divisional Championships Host Schools: @ Farrington @ Radford @ Farrington @ Radford Fri.Waianae.Kaiser. 2010 (Fri..OIA Wrestling Schedule 2010-2011 Oct. Weigh-in: 12:30 pm Sat.Waialua Dec. Weigh-in: 9:00 am Jan. 6 Sunday Feb. Weigh-in: 9:00 am Jan.. Castle.Kapolei. 29 Sat Feb.Castle. 28 Friday Jan.. Weigh-in: 12:30 pm Start: 4:30 pm Start: 4:30 pm Start: 2:00 pm Start: 2:00 pm Seeding Meeting 7:00 pm @ Farrington Start: 4:30 pm Start: 10:30 am Seeding Meeting F497:00 pm @ Leilehua Start 12:30 pm Start: 10:30 am Seeding Meeting 1:00 pm @ Iolani Jan.Kailua..McKinley.): Try-out date Nov. Weigh-in 3:00 pm Fri. Moanalua Fri.Radford.Aiea.Leilehua.Kalaheo. Pearl City... 1..Kaiser. Weigh-in: 11:00 am Sat.

........ Date of Birth and Cut-off Dates to be use on Eligibility Lists Varsity: Date of Birth: September 1.. Sideline ................ 2010 Cheerleading..................... Girls JV .................................. 2010 Bowling ..... 2011 Tennis... 2010 Volleyball...................... 2010 Soft Tennis ................ 2007 or July 1....................................................................................................... Girls ......... 2010 Cheerleading................... 2010 Soccer.......... October 29.... 2011 Track & Field ... December 6........... Girls ............................. January 7.............. 2010 Winter Sports Due Date Baseball........ 2010 Wrestling ....................................................... November 29......... August 13.................................... 1993 Cut-off Date: July 1................. 2010 Softball............ 2010 Cross Country.................................... 2011 Tennis............................................. TBA Water Polo ................ Boys ................................................. 2009 A student who becomes 17 before September 1...... February 22................. August 13................ 2011 Judo ................. December 7......................... 2011 Softball................... 2010 shall remain eligible for the entire school year) (REVISED 07/14/2010) ................... JV ..................................................................................2010-11 OIA Eligibility List Due Dates Fall Sports Due Date Air Riflery ........... September 10.. March 11.. March 4... 2010 Spring Sports Due Date Baseball...................February 28.... April 2......... 2010 Soccer..... 1991 Cut-off Date: August 1................................. (NOTE: A student who becomes 19 on or after September 1.. 2010 Paddling ......... 2010 Boys Basketball .................................... 2011 Volleyball................. 2007 A student who becomes 19 before September 1........................... Varsity ..... August 21........ August 14................... TBA Eligibility lists to be submitted to the Executive Director...... 2010 Girls Basketball....... 2010 Football ..... Competitive ............................. Varsity... 2010 shall be ineligible for interscholastic competition... December 3........................... Varsity .......... October 1......... November 17............................................... November 22.. Boys .......... 2010 shall be ineligible for interscholastic competition. November 19.................. February 12................................................... 2010 Swimming ............. October 9................. JV....August 14..............................................................00 a day for lists submitted after the postmark deadline.... August 17....... Penalty of $10............................... 2009 shall remain eligible for the entire school year) Junior Varsity: Date of Birth: September 1............................................. 2011 Golf ....... (NOTE: A student who becomes 17 on or after September 1......

The following students are eligible under the rules of the League to represent Cutoff Date: in ___________________________ during the season of 2010-11. DATE OF BIRTH (Mo./Day/Yr./Day/Yr.) 1 2 3 4 Y N I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Grad Year on Team Year G.E. 7/1/2009 9/1/1993 School Attended Last Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 All Information Verified By School Records _____________________________ __________________________ Signature of Principal Signature of Athletic Director _____________________________ Date __________________________ Signature of Coach . Sport Year Birth Date: Junior Varsity Eligibility Form NAME OF CONTESTANT (Surname. given name.DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OFFICIAL ELIGIBILITY LIST Send one copy each to the Executive Director and to the member schools of your League. initial) Arrange list alphabetically. Follow your League's rules governing date of submittal.) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I DATE of Entry to 9th Grade (Mo.

) DATE of Entry to 9th Grade (Mo./Day/Yr.E./Day/Yr. initial) Arrange list alphabetically. Follow your League's rules governing date of submittal. DATE OF BIRTH (Mo.DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OFFICIAL ELIGIBILITY LIST Send one copy each to the Executive Director and to the member schools of your League.) 1 2 3 4 Y N Grad Year on Team Year G. given name. School Attended Last Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 _________________________ Signature of Principal I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I All Information Verified By School Records __________________________ Signature of Athletic Director _________________________ Date __________________________ Signature of Coach . The following students are eligible under the rules of the League to represent ____________________ Cutoff Date: 7/1/2007 in __________________________ during the season of 2010-11. Sport Birth Date: 9/1/1991 Varsity Eligibility NAME OF CONTESTANT (Surname.

Comp. JV BASEBALL. Varsity TRACK & FIELD VOLLEYBALL. Girls WRESTLING 0 = school did not attend Advisory Meeting X = school did not attend Evaluation Meeting Waipahu Nanakuli Leilehua Kalaheo Kaimuki Radford Kahuku Kailua Kapolei Mililani Kaiser Castle Kalani Aiea . Boys VOLLEYBALL. Girls WATER POLO. JV SOFTBALL. JV TENNIS.2010-11 OIA Non-Attendance Form Ke Kula O Samuel M. CROSS COUNTRY FOOTBALL GOLF JUDO PADDLING SOCCER SOFTBALL. Girls BOWLING CHEERLEADING. Varsity SOFT TENNIS SWIMMING TENNIS. Kamakau Hawaii Technology Academy (R07/10) Hakipuu Learning Center Kamaile Academy Halau Ku Mana MB Thompson Waialua Halau Lokahi HCDB Farrington Roosevelt Moanalua Pearl City Campbell McKinley Anuenue Waianae AIR RIFLERY BASEBALL. Boys BASKETBALL. Varsity BASKETBALL.

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