|Timestamp||ISA Rep for what sport?||Your Name||Your Email||Your Cell Number||Meeting Date||Hall of Fame Information||Clinic Information||State Championship Information|
WIAA Partnership. What are you working on with the WIAA?
|All State Game|
Other unique activity happening with your sport
|12/7/2017 11:51:57||Wrestling||Brett Lucasfirstname.lastname@example.org||206-795-2665||3/25/2018||2017 Inductees Kevin McNulty Ilwaco, Brent Barnes Lake Stevens, Tomaras Award: Dr. Warren Howe Bellingham, Joe Babbitt: Dr. Timothy Manson Spokane|
Our 2017 Clinic in Yakima was a success! We had 125 attendees with clinicians from Cornell University. Our Friday Coaches School sponsored by the NWCA included 50 coaches of varying skill, age and experience.
Girls: Yelm 108
1B/2B: Tonasket 286
1A: Deer Park 159
2A: White River 221
3A: Mt. Spokane 179
4A: South Kitsap 160
|We are very close to achieving a Team Dual meet state Championship. We are also working on dropping the regional tournament and sending wrestlers straight to state.||Dual Meet Championship||The Japanese Exchange team came and had an amazing time with schools and individuals from Todd Beamer, Auburn Riverside, Tahoma, Shoreline, Everett, and Blaine. A Big Thank you to everyone involved!|
|12/11/2017 7:12:38||Volleyball||Tawnya Breweremail@example.com||360-202-0742||12/3/2017|
Kim Grycel- Lynden Christian, Deb Matuziek-Tumwater, Jodi Bellamy, Goldendale
|n/a||Auburn Riverside 4A champions|
RPI: What are the results of the findings from Max Preps?
March 10, 2018 @ Auburn Riverside High School
|12/13/2017 10:16:07||Softball||Tom Harmon|
Feb. 10 Sea Tac Double Tree 12:00 noon
|February 9-10-11 2018||none|
Working with our WSCA SB committee on several aspects. State brackets, and outings,
Working on bracket adjustment for State tournament
|3/6/2018 10:30:08||Gymnastics||Ryan Fleisher|
We did not induct anyone into hall of fame this year
Our clinic was more successful this year and we had it on the Sunday after or season started, coaches seem to like that date.
State meet was held at the Tacoma Dome, may be the last year there. WIAA is looking for a new venue. We now have a 3 day tournament.
New location for the state meet and some rules changes from our WSGCA meeting
|We do not have one|
We have our Senior National event, 10 seniors attending this year.
|3/6/2018 11:38:29||Baseball||Jesse Benedetti|
Will be run in conjunction with the All State Games this year. It will be a Hall of Fame Weekend. Golf, Dinner Social, Saturday Banquet, and All State Games. June 8-10, 2018.
Pre-Season access to athletes for arm-care purposes.
WIAA policy about playing against professional athletes removed (kid played for USA team against players from other countries and two were professional - almost lost high school eligibility).
June 9-10, 2018. All classifications.
Nothing at this point. Very excited to combine the Hall of Fame with the All State Series for one exceptional weekend in Yakima.
Also, I will not be in attendance at meeting.
|3/6/2018 12:30:19||Boys Basketball||Nalin Soodfirstname.lastname@example.org||2064193062||2/18/2018|
HALL OF FAME
WIBCA has selected four coaches to induct into the class of 2018 Hall of Fame. This year the celebration will be held at the Nile Country Club in Mountlake Terrace on July 24th. The event will be the 43rd Annual banquet, and Dave Dickson and staff will be hosting a great party honoring the following coaches: Marv Morris (King’s, Shorewood, Shorecrest) Nalin Sood (Mountlake Terrace) and Larry Walker (Lewis & Clark, Everett College). Also, being inducted as an assistant coach is Hal Williams, who was a longtime assistant at Tenino high School. The 2018 Ed Pepple Service Award will be given to Mel Moore for his service, and work at the state tournaments in Yakima. The Pat Fitterer “YOU GOTTA LOVE IT” Award will be giving to Nick Brown (Arlington). The banquet begins with a social hour at 5:00pm, and the ceremony to begin at 6:00pm. Admission to the event is $30 and RSVP one week prior to email@example.com
COACHING CLINICS 2018
May 19th in Chelan, WA is our spring clinic, and October 13-15 in Yakima, WA is our fall clinic. Visit our website for more information. These clinics bring some of the best college and high school coaches and is great way to network with other coaches from all around the state. WIAA clock hours can also be satisfied upon request.
|No. At time of meeting was TBD|
WIAA REPORT & RPI UPDATE
Representatives Pat McCarthy and Tim Thompson discussed the current RPI format and potential changes to the formula. There was a quality discussion regarding the current pros and cons of the system. The WIAA will continue to seek feedback from coaches and Athletic Directors to better the system if needed. Also mentioned, current WIAA Director Mike Colbrese to retire, and a search will begin for his predecessor.
ALL STATE SENIOR GAMES
This year’s All-State Games will be at Curtis High School in University Place, WA on March 17th. This will be the first year of a two-year cycle at this location. Event coordinator Keffrey Fazio has compiled rosters from each classification with help from coaches all over the state. The 1B vs. 2B game will start the event at 2:00pm. Followed by the 1A vs. 2A game (4:00pm) and 3A vs. 4A (6:00pm). Tickets are available at the door. During this event we will acknowledge the Players of the Year (POYS) in each classification and the Mr. Basketball award for the state. These players are voted on by the WIBCA Executive Board, and its association members. Criteria is followed to ensure we are selecting great POYS and Mr. Basketball and that they represent our state in a positive manner.
The 16th Annual WIBCA Showcase is May 5 & 6 at Bellevue College. This event gives unsigned seniors an opportunity to play in front of college coaches. Underclassmen are welcomed to participate. Contact your regional coordinator for the showcase information. This event is sponsored by Watts Basketball visit https://wattsbasketball.com/ here.
The Washington vs. Oregon Northwest Shootout presented by Merrit Truax will take place on April 14th at Liberty High School near Portland, OR. This game hosts the best senior all-stars from the respective states. A proposed budget of $1,500 was motioned by Bruce Siebol and seconded by Gary Wusterbarth. It was voted on and approved.
|3/16/2018 7:40:27||Volleyball||Suzanne Marblefirstname.lastname@example.org||360-770-5904||3/25/2018|
Hall of fame inductees were noted at the fall meeting:
Kim Grycel- Lynden Christian
Deb Matuizek- Tumwater
Jodi Bellamy- Goldendale
State champions were noted at the fall meeting:
4A- Auburn Riverside
RPI- What does it look like for volleyball? A survey was sent to coaches to ask them if they were for or against it. The majority of them said they were against it for many reasons including those given by the basketball coaches. The big question is how do tournaments factor in to the RPI? Many coaches are concerned that we will no longer be able to do tournaments.
Warm-up times for state- They changed this year so that there was no shared warm-up time. Cindy Adsit sent out an e-mail asking coaches their opinions on how they want the time divided up.
Held at Auburn Riverside High School on March 10th. Huge success. Over 70 athletes participated. There was talk by coaches on moving the date to the weekend right after state to get more applicants. We are still having a hard time getting athletes to apply and finding coaches has also been difficult. The thought that if we moved the date closer to the season that more athletes would still be excited about volleyball and want to play in it. The pushback is basketball season and it being very close to Thanksgiving.
|3/19/2018 16:20:20||Soccer||Aaron Radford|
|253-677-0147||3/25/2018||no report yet.||no report|
All state teams were chosen. COY were chosen for each fall classification
providing feedback on the RPI and possible regional format.
|no report||no report|
|3/20/2018 11:03:37||Cross Country||Joe Clarkemail@example.com||253 844-7343||3/25/2018|
In light of the WIAA’s move to start putting the Hall of Fame plaques on a digital platform (a move the WSCCCA supports), we have made a change in our policy. The WSCCCA will still honor our HOF inductees with a laser engrave plaque, and we will still do another plaque with a phot and biographical information. However, instead of sending this plaque to the WIAA, we will instead send it to the school where our inductee coached. We feel that more people who may have a connection to the coach will be able to view the plaque at their school. Additionally, as we prepare for next year’s Hall of Fame, we will ask the WSCA for a historical membership list going back to 2003 (15 years). We will use that list to determine if a coach is eligible for our Hall of Fame. Once the WSCCCA has the list, they will update and maintain it and make it available to their Hall of Fame selection committee.
The WSCCCA partnered with the WSCA to host the Track & Field, XC Coaches Association Convention in January at the Hotel Murano. The convention was a success, and we were able to take advantage of the WSCA clock hour program. Next year’s convention looks to combine the Track and Cross Country Awards program into one evening.
The state cross country meet will remain in Pasco. John Crawford and Pasco high school are reducing their role but Chiawana and others are stepping in.
President Clark met with Brian Smith of the WIAA on several issues. The WSCCCA is working to increase the size of the B schoolgirl’s race at the state meet. All races but the B girls have 16 teams, while the B girls have 8. The WSCCCA researched the number of schools participating and have proposed an intermediate increase to 12 teams with the purpose of growing participation. Brian Smith will be presenting this to the WIAA. There was concern by some 2A schools that the state meet schedule was not fair for their classification. The WSCCCA surveyed the 2A schools. Over 80% responded, and 67% did not want a change to the schedule. The WSCCCA conveyed this information to Brian Smith of the WIAA.
The East West All Star Race will be held in conjunction with the Run of the Mill5k in Mill Creek, and our WSCCCA scholarship winners will be announced at that time as well. The scholarship application is open now and invitations to the race have been sent out.
President Joe Clark was re-elected by the WSCCCA executive board for another two-year term. The advisory board elections are going on now. Our advisory board consists of 1-2 members from each WIAA district. Other executive board positions will be up for election next year.
|3/23/2018 21:35:32||Athletic Trainers||Lorrie Howe|
|509-670-6608||3/25/2018||NA||July||NA||Medical aspects||NA||WSATA Safety in Football campaign|
|3/24/2018 22:02:50||Golf||Andrew Hershey|
We will be inducting our first Hall of fame member since 2003 on April 20th.
Out clinic is scheduled for June 25-27th at Whitehorse golf Club
Staate Cham[pionships will be held this Spring in Spokane (1B,2B,1A, 3A) and in the Tri Cities (2A and 4A)
There is a new amendment to change the format of State Tournament qualification to more closley represent how Cross Country qualifies athletes.
Range finders are allowed at the State tournament for the first time, and almost all leagues have adopted range finders into their league play.
|3/25/2018 6:36:59||Softball||TOM HARMON|
|360-220-7142||3/25/2018||February 10. 2018|
February 9-11 Double Tree Sea Tax
May 25-26 Sites: Spokane, Lacey, Richland, Selah, and Yakima
State Tournament Brackets, and number of season contests configuration.
|A work in process.|
Several major rule changes, refer to NFHS 2108 Softball rule changes,
Slowpitch Softball on the rise as a sport in bigger areas.
|3/25/2018 14:08:51||Football||Mark Keelfirstname.lastname@example.org||(360)731-0837||3/25/2018|
John Ondriesek (Mariner) Marty Osborne (Kentridge) Wiley Allred (Royal City). Wiley will be inducted next year.
|Held last weekend in January||Going well||RPI|
Working on finding ways to get players to participate.
Continued work on safe tackling and other techniques
|3/25/2018 14:11:45||Tennis||Brooks Hazen|
Looking for help to have our first clinic. Received my first email as sport rep and it was about if we offer clinics.
Seeding questions from WCD- to state has been a concern
Have survey monkey ready to poll active tennis coaches once I receive a tennis specific members.
|11/19/2018 11:36:38||Baseball||Jesse Benedetti|
2018: Jay Hultberg, North Mason; Tim Gilmore, Centralia; Russ Hayden, Tahoma; Pete Jansen, Gig Harbor; Wyatt Tonkin, Shorewood
Northwest Baseball Convention (Combination Oregon, Washington, Idaho)
Haven't heard anything from WIAA at this point.
June 8-9, 2019
Combined a Coaches Weekend (Golf, Dinner, etc.) and Hall of Fame Banquet
Incredible Weekend Event
|11/19/2018 11:56:40||Boys Basketball||Nalin Soodemail@example.com||2064193062||10/13/2018||Included on report||Included on report||On report|
June Scholastic D1 Recruiting Event
|Dates on report|
WELCOME WIBCA President Joe Harris welcomes the 2018 fall meeting attendees. First order of business was the spring minutes. The spring minutes were reviewed and discussed by Executive Secretary board member, Keffrey Fazio. A motion was made by Gary Wusterbarth to have the spring minutes approved, it was seconded by Bruce Siebol. The minutes were voted on and approved by all members.
FINACIAL REPORT & CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT The next item of business was the reviewing of the current budget. Copies of the budget were handed out to all attendees, and discussed by WIBCA President Joe Harris, and Executive Director Nalin Sood. The status of said budget is on track with projections. Capital Development chair Tim Gaebe spoke on the many ways WIBCA is working hard to find new ways to grow financially to ultimately serve our student-athletes and coaches. He was happy to announce that Baden has increased their endowment to $1,500 to the annual scholarship winner, and we have teamed up with Amazon Smile to receive a charitable donation per transaction when WIBCA code is used. Also, HUDL and WIBCA have agreed to a three-year partnership. There was a motion made by Dave Dickson to approve the working budget. It was seconded by Greg Wirtz. It was voted on and approved.
EXECUTIVE BOARD REPORT The WIBCA board have constant dialogue and reflect on how we can make WIBCA better. What is working well? What can we improve? At the Executive Board meeting, many ideas were discussed, as we looked inward at our association and how the board is functioning and executing duties. One idea to help strengthen WIBCA is adding an Ad Hoc position. To do so, WIBCA must change our by-laws. Pat Fitterer moved to change said by-law to potentially add the position. It was seconded by Greg Wirtz. It was voted on and approved. University of Washington Head Coach, Mike Hopkins and Gonzaga Coach, Tommy Lloyd are two potential targets for the position. At this time the position is not filled however.
WIBCA ONLINE The Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association is working to keep you up to date with WIBCA.com. It is more advanced today than ever! You will find a comprehensive calendar for the years events. Including the Allstate games, spring Showcase, The Baden scholarship registration, and membership sign up. Go to WIBCA.com for more info. A good discussion was had regarding the website, and members feel it serves a valuable purpose. Keeping WIBCA available to coaches and families is very important to our association.
NHSBCA Executive Director of WIBCA, and the National High School President of the Executive Board, Nalin Sood told us that this year’s national congress is going to be hosted by WIBCA, in Seattle WA. WIBCA President Joe Harris informs us the dates for the event are July 9th -11th. More information to come regarding the summer congress. (Visit WIBCA.com for more info). A motion was made by Pat Fitterer to approve the $250 annual dues to the NHBSCA. It was seconded by Tim Kelly. The motion was voted on and approved my all attendees.
NCAA & WIBCA The NCAA has placed WIBCA and the high school coach in the fore front of the NCAA recruiting process. There will now be two weeks in June, beginning in 2019 that WIBCA will host a live recruiting event for top student athletes in
our state and/or region. The NFHS and NCAA will continue to provide us with more information regarding the events. As for now, our information is limited. Please stay tuned for more information.
NFHS COACH OF THE YEAR This year’s honor goes to Matty McIntyre from Gonzaga Prep High School. Coach McIntyre and the Bull-pups won the class 4A State Championship this past season. He represents the state of Washington and WIBCA and will be nominated for the NFHS National Coach of the Year.
WIBCA VS. CANCER Executive board member, and chairperson of Coaches vs. Cancer for WIBCA, Gary Wusterbarth spoke on the many great ways our state is raising money for CvC, and the participation of our state. All in all, WIBCA vs. Cancer is very proud of the grass roots effort we have seen over the years. For more information, or how to get your school involved, visit WIBCA.com.
WIBCA ALL-STATE GAMES This year’s games will be hosted by Curtis High School in University Place, Washington. This is the second year of a two-year cycle.
NORTHWEST SHOOTOUT The date of the 2019 Northwest shootout, Washington vs. Oregon All-star game is April 13th.
WIBCA SHOWCASE & WATTS BASKETBALL Director of the 17th annual WIBCA Showcase, and Executive board member of Capital Development Tim Gaebe tell us the 2019 showcase, presented by Watts Basketball will be May 4th & 5th at Bellevue College. This event provides college level players to be recruited by colleges and universities and receive pertinent information regarding the recruiting landscape and college life. It is a NCAA sanctioned event, and we are proud to serve our student-athletes with this great event.
WIBCA HALL OF FAME Hall of Fame chair, Dave Dickson introduces us to the class of 2019. Tim Taylor, from Brewster, and Mike Carlquist, from Okanogan. The Ed Pepple Service award goes to Joe Harris Jr. The ceremony will be July 25th at the Wenatchee Convention Center. A motion was made by Pat Fitterer to approve the class of 2019. It was seconded by Keffrey Fazio. It was voted on and approved. Congratulations to this year’s class. For more information on how to nominate a coach, visit WIBCA.com.
WIBCA SPRING COACHES CLINIC Chelan, WA is the home for the spring coaches’ clinic. May 18th, 2019. Visit WIBCA.com for details.
The start of the 2018-2019 season is November 12th. The WIAA State Tournaments begin February 27th.
Next meeting will be Sunday, February 17th, 2019 at Seattle Christian High School.
Gary Wusterbarth moves to close meeting. It was seconded by Pat Fitterer. It was voted on and approved to close the 2018 Fall meeting.
We are in the process of inducting this year's HOF, which will happen at our convention in January.
We put on a 2 day clinic at our yearly January convention, including pole vault certification.
2 sites, Mt Tahoma for large classifications and Eastern Washington University for small classifications
Shaping our state meet from year to year, anticipating future changes in our sport due to classification change.
Wheelchair and ambulatory athletes are being integrated into our sport. We are presently looking at how to do that in a fashion that respects all parties.
|11/25/2018 21:32:43||gymnastics||Ryan Fleisher|
Voted to induct Barb Graisy (judge) and Terry Wood (Seattle Times reporter) into our Hall of Fame, they will be inducted for 2018/2019 at the state meet in Feb.
This year was much better than last years, better attendance and hopefully better income
we changed the State meet format, we will put Teams and Individual rotating in the same session in the State finals. WIAA approved this change. WIAA is decided on a location for the state meet 2018/2019….Sammamish High School, Bellevue…it is a 3yr contract. So this past years was our last state meet at the Tacoma Dome
WIAA rep Cindy Adsit is doing a great job and working hard for us.
Had a great team that did well and had a great time, had a couple kids make finals and place very well.
Working on getting better league reps and working to distribute information to all coaches. New master email list should help with this too. Summer meeting had 100% attendance.
working on ways to encourage coaches to join WSCA, continue to bring up at pre season meetings as well as District and State meetings. Have created a master email list to directly email all gymnastics coaches, hoping to help membership.
|11/26/2018 9:01:18||Athletic Training||Lorrie A Howe|
Northwest Athletic Trainers' Association is March 29-30. National Athletic Trainers' Association June 24-29th. Washington State Athletic Trainers' Association is July 20th
Wash. State Career and technical Education Sports Medicine Association State Competition is April19-20.
|Sports Medicine Committee||N/A|
Washington State Athletic Training Association Safety in Football Campaign.
|11/26/2018 10:45:20||Tennis||Brooks Hazen|
Was in the process of developing my first clinic until changes at both locations changed. Head pro left private facility and new coach at UPS took over. Goal this year is to arrange a tennis specific clinic. Was contacted by the Oregon Coaches Association tennis rep, looking at options/alternatives for our coaches in SW Washington.
Spring- 4A Handford/Columbia Basin Racquet Club, 3A Kamiakin/Tri-City Court Club, 2A Nordstrom, 1B-1A Yakima Tennis Club.
What seem to be the biggest concerns for many of the coaches on the west side of the state is the district playoffs in October/November and state in the Spring split. The other concern is the cost for Indoor facilities that guarantee play for post season in the Fall. 4A & 3A split state locations are also a concern for some.
Sat December 1st - United Soccer Coaches 7v7/9v9 Diploma - Spokane
December 14-16 - United Soccer Coaches Director of Coaching Diploma - Tukwila
January 9-13 - United Soccer Coaches Convention - Chicago
Congratulations to St. George's (Logan Georgeadis), LaSalle (Felix Hernandez), Liberty (Tami Nguyen), Gig Harbor (Stephanie Cox) and Skyline (Don Braman).
Also Prescott (Mike Grimm) in the 1B/2B Boys final.
Hoping to provide input on RPI and the results from the soccer coaches survey on the state tournament format
|12/1/2018 8:16:56||Softball||Tom Harmon|
February 2019 Sea Tac Doubletree Inn
February 2019 Sea Tac Doubletree Inn
|May 25-26 2019|
Continued work on state tournament format.
|None at this time.|
Reformation of All State team all classifications. Slowpitch softball now a WIAA sport, possible state tournament in 2020, depending on number of teams statewide.
|12/1/2018 13:17:20||Volleyball||Suzanne Marblefirstname.lastname@example.org||360-770-5904||12/2/2018|
Two coaches were inducted this year. Marni McMahon who coached at Cascade (Leavenworth) and Jim Steach who coached at both Chiawana and Pasco. Marni coached at Cascade Leavenworth for 16 years and had finished in the top three at the State Tournament five times with a State Championship in 2017.
Jim Teach coached at Chiawana and Pasco for the past 32 years. Has had 6 state appearances with a second place finish in 1992. This year he achieved his 500th career win.
All-Sports Clinic in February at Sea-Tac. Discussing the possibility of hosting our own conference alongside the All-State game.
Two separate weekend with the 1B-2A classification being held November 8-10 in Yakima and St. Martins. The 3A/4A classifications being held a week later November 16-17 in Yakima. A few continuing questions about the facility particularly the serving line and the center court.
1B State Champions Oakesdale
2B State Champions La Conner
1A State Champions Lynden Christian
2A State Champions Ridgefield
3A State Champions Mt. Spokane
4A State Champion West Valley Yakima
We are continuing to discuss the RPI. In August there was talk about discussing the RPI with some coaches, still in progress. We would like to know the results of the RPI of Max Preps.
The All State game will be played at Auburn Riverside on March 9th. Applications have been sent out and players have already started to send them in. Taynwa Brewer is coordinating the All-State match.
|We are continuing to grow our sport.|
|12/1/2018 14:01:44||Wrestling||Brian Alfi||Blucas93@gmail.com||2067952665||12/2/2018|
The Class of 2018 will include high school head coaches Craig Hanson (East Valley, Spokane), Jim Meyerhoff (Emerald Ridge) and John Owen (Central Valley, NIC), along with assistant coaches Daniel Robillard (Zillah) and John Voss (Warden). Long-time Mat Classic staff member David Wilson will be recognized with the Babbitt Contributors Award.
A great clinic this year in Yakima 152 in attendance. Along with the nwca coaches school.
Changes in Tacoma dome and maybe have shorter sessions for day one. Still trying for a 32 man bracket, and dual meet state championship.
Changes in Tacoma dome and maybe have shorter sessions for day one. Still trying for a 32 man bracket, and dual meet state championship. New weight management system.
Trying for a dual meet state championship.
Dual meet state championship, nationally a push for dual meets because it increases participation.
|12/1/2018 22:24:08||Golf||Andrew Hershey|
We inducted the first person into the WSGCA hall of fame since 2000 - Eleen Northcutt from Mt. Spokane. Given to her daughter at a tournament she founded, that is now named after her. It was a great choice for the first entry into the golf hall of fame. We are now accepting nominations for this year.
We held a clinic at White Horse golf club. 7 coaches were in attendance. We are in the process of deciding whether to skip a year and have a clinic every 2 years, or possibly change the date. It is a great learning opportunity, and we have not had great numbers. People who attend give great feedback, but our numbers are low the last weekend of June or first weekend in July.
2A and 4A will be in Spokane area and 1A and 3A will be in Olympia area.
This is the first year of a team format (play 5 count 4). Format will be similar to Cross Country where teams and individuals will have the ability to qualify. This is similar to how college golf is currently played.
We do not currently have an All State game.
2018 Coaches of the year:
Annette LaBissoniere - Interlake High School - Girls
Darrell Olson - Everett High School - Boys
2019 will bring major new rule changes from the USGA. Fall leagues had to decide whether to play with old or new rules with State tournament using the new rule system
|12/2/2018 8:14:02||Girls Basketball||Dan Taylor|
|206-790-2377||12/2/2018||March 15, 2019|
September 21-23, 2018; Will happen in September next year as well.
|February 28-March 2, 2019|
RPI; Culturally Responsive Coaching
|March 16, 2019|
December 2, 2018
Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association
1. 2018 Puget Sound Basketball Coaches Conference-September 21-23
2. 4th WSGBCA Hall of Fame Banquet-March 15th, 2019: Karen Blair, Meadowdale/Ballard; Paul Dresch, Black Hills/Wahkiakum; Eric Rasmussen, King’s; Terry Wilkinson, Blanchet; Scott Sandsberry, Yakima Herald.
3. 2019 WSGBCA Senior All State Game-March 16, 2019 at King’s High School
4. RPI Percentage Change-Would love to see human element like football.
5. WIAA/WOA Rule Implementation: Rolled Shorts/Tucked Shorts.
6. Concern of Volleyball overlap with Basketball Season.
7. Partnership with Scorebook Live
8. Culturally Responsive Coaching
9. Five Quarters
|12/2/2018 8:36:16||Cross Country||joe Clarkemail@example.com||253 844-7343||12/2/2018|
We are inducting three members Tim Irvin of Squalicum, Gary Darnold from Lake Roosevelt, & Mike Mills from Richland. They will be inducted at the track and cross country coaches convention on January 25.
Our track and cross country coaches convention will be held January 25-26 at the Hotel Murano in Tacoma.
This year we had three proposals that came to fruition. One was to increase the B school girls race to 12 teams, up from 8. The hope was that it will increase participation. It was implemented and went well. The second was to change the course to a 2 loop course, keeping the same start and finish. The goal was to provide more viewing opportunities for coaches and spectators. The WIAA and John Crawford were on board and made it happen. The result was well received. The course itself was more challenging. The third was to require that schools verified actiuual competition when reporting their numbers. This has been an issue in the past, with many small schools reporting full teams when in actuality they may have only a partial team. The count was to take place at the 50% mark. This year the WIAA asked us for input, and we provided them with the schools that did not show 5 athletes having competed. As a result, they contacted those schools individually, and then made the allocation determinations.
We are looking to add a race for athletes with disabilities, similar to the Able Bodied races at the state track meet. There already is a wheelchair race.
Our East West All Star Race will be held in July with the Run of the Mill race.
We are seeing an increase in middle school cross country.
|3/11/2019 11:15:03||Gymnastics||Ryan Fleisher|
This year we inducted Barb Graisy-Adams (judge/coach) and Terry Wood (Seattle Times Sports writer) to our Hall of Fame for their positive contribution for more than 10 years to high school gymnastics. It was a great ceremony and we also invited all former inductees to attend the state meet and be honored at the start, it was fantastic.
Our clinic this year was 2 weeks after the season started, fairly well attended. We are looking at when to hold it this year since we start so much later which puts us close to Thanksgiving. We are gathering suggestions for clinicians and clinic idea.
Our State meet was moved this year to Sammamish High School from the Tacoma Dome, it has been in Tacoma since 1989. It was fantastic at Sammamish. Everyone was pleased...so many positives.
This year we have worked a lot on the state meet and making sure t is a premier event.
We do a Senior Nationals event and this year we had a record number of applicants
We survived the snow and everyone stepped up as we moved district and league events to get them done when the snow slowed and it time for State.
Hoping to get input from other sports on how you nominate (where, when and how) coach of the year and how you vote. We present at the state meet.
|3/18/2019 9:18:15||Baseball||Jesse Benedetti|
June 8, 2019 in Yakima, WA
2019 HOF Members are Kevin Heimbigner, Merle Watkins, Rex Ashmore, Ken Knutson, and Joe Ross.
January in Portland (Northwest Clinic)
End of May. WIAA is looking into RPI for next year seeding.
Would love earlier contact with players to reduce possible arm injuries and coaches are wanting an increased number of contests.
June 8-9, 2019
The All State Series celebrated the 12th anniversary of hosting the game in Yakima. Seventy-two players and nearly sixteen coaches participated in this event. We continue to hear praises from parents, players, coaches, and fans as this event continues to grow. Adidas continues to donate nearly $10,000 in custom jerseys for the players who participate and Bud Clary Toyota, Coca-Cola, Wilbur Ellis, and KW Realty have all become sponsors. This year the event will be streamed live on NFHS Network by Selah High School’s Video Production Class.
|3/19/2019 9:22:56||Boys Basketball||Nalin Sood|
WIBCA ALL-STATE GAMES
This year’s games will be hosted by Curtis High School in University Place, Washington. Saturday, March 23rd, 2019.
WIBCA SPRING COACHES CLINIC
Chelan, WA is the home for the spring coaches’ clinic. May 18th, 2019.
June D1 Recruiting Event (June 28th and 29th). RPI. State Tournaments
WIBCA ALL-STATE GAMES
This year’s games will be hosted by Curtis High School in University Place, Washington. Saturday, March 23rd, 2019.
NCAA & WIBCA
The NCAA, WIBCA & WIAA will be hosting the first annual June Division One event is Bellevue, WA this June. The dates of the event are June 28th and 29th.
WIBCA VS. CANCER
Executive board member, and chairperson of Coaches vs. Cancer for WIBCA, Gary Wusterbarth spoke on the many great ways our state is raising money for CvC, and the participation of our state. Total efforts raised from Washington State are now over $102,000.
Executive Director, Nalin Sood and WIBCA will be hosting the Nation Basketball Coaches Meeting this summer, July 9th -11th in Seattle, WA.
The date of the 2019 Northwest shootout, Washington vs. Oregon All-star game is April 13th.
WIBCA SHOWCASE & WATTS BASKETBALL
Director of the 17th annual WIBCA Showcase, and Executive board member of Capital Development Tim Gaebe tell us the 2019 showcase, presented by Watts Basketball will be May 4th & 5th at Bellevue College. This event provides college level players to be recruited by colleges and universities and receive pertinent information regarding the recruiting landscape and college life. It is a NCAA sanctioned event, and we are proud to serve our student-athletes with this great event.
|3/21/2019 10:18:58||Track and Field||Kevin Eagerfirstname.lastname@example.org||2532414065||1/26/2019|
Mike Strong (Yelm, Capital), Phil Lonborg (Timberline, River Ridge), Terry Rice (Stadium) all inducted.
We combine our yearly convention with a series of clinics covering the full range of events and concerns for Track and Field Coaches. 219 Attendees
Well, generally the talented teams that stayed healthy and competed well were the ones that won. What was unique this past year was the boys 4A race, where 5 teams went into the final event all with a chance to win. Incredibly, 4 ended that race tied for the state 4A boys title, with another team one-half point behind. That 5th place team went home with no trophy, despite being .04 seconds from being outright state champions in that last event. It was an unprecedented scenario, so say the least.
We are alway working on ways to make qualifying for and competing in the state meet a better experience for both athletes and coaches. We have two of our executive board members who meet with WIAA, state meet site managers, meet managers, and officials to solve problems and make progress. Recently, we've spend a lot of time paring down the Bound for State document, making the rules clear, improving the qualifying and seeding process, the schedule, and making the meet experience generally better.
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Our sport is in the process of integrating wheelchair and ambulatory athletes into a "para" division which will have its own state champion team. This is a big process and we are working hard to do right by these athletes.
|3/22/2019 9:34:34||Wrestling||Brett Lucas||Blucas@fwps.org||206-795-2665||3/24/2019|
WSWCA celebrated the 35th class of inductees and with the five new members bringing the total number of Hall of Fame members to 142. The Class of 2018 included high school head coaches Craig Hanson (East Valley, Spokane), Jim Meyerhoff (Emerald Ridge) and John Owen (Central Valley, NIC), along with assistant coaches Daniel Robillard (Zillah) and John Voss (Warden). Long-time Mat Classic staff member David Wilson will be recognized with the Babbitt Contributors Award.
The annual WSWCA Northwest Coaches Clinic was held November 2-4, 2018 at the Yakima Convention Center. Logan Stieber (4x NCAA Champion, 2016 World Champion, 2018 World Team member) was the featured clinician. The successful NWCA Coaches Academy also took place on Friday for the third year. Breakout sessions covering different wrestling topics were offered on Saturday and Sunday.
We had 162 signed up and 152 attendees along with 20 or so vendors that attended. New this year we took over sponsorship and were able to attract a more diverse vendor group, that brought in more members and $. Vendors included: SNAP, Paul Swanson, My 247 ed, Suples, Nike, Damaged Ear and All in Journal.
This past year was a perfect storm for the end of the year tournament. The WIAA along with the WSWCA and Mat Classic Directors and staff decided to skip the Regional Tournament and send 32 instead of 16 to the State Tournament on a 10 day notice. We also split Friday, 2A, 3A, and girls went in the morning session, and 1A, B, and 4A went in the afternoon. Shorter day for athletes and coaches, but longer day for workers and referees.
The WSWCA, Mat Classic Directors, and WIAA met on Thursday 3/21/2019 to discuss weight management and the Mat Classic for next year 2020. We are also trying to incorporate a dual meet state championship. With the new configuration of the Tacoma Dome it brought some new challenges and we are planning to make changes for next year.
Rule changes that will hopefully be passed, 30 minutes wait time between matches vs 45 and six matches a day vs five matches a day.
|3/23/2019 6:31:47||Cross Country||Joe Clarkemail@example.com||253 844-7343||3/24/2019|
Hall of Fame inductees were Mike Mills Gary Darnold and Tim Irvin
Our clinic was held in conjunction with the track coaches association. Included was a banquet with over 200 attendees where both the track and cross country Hall of Fame members were inducted, as well as clinic sessions. A summary is in the Washington Coach.
The WSCCCA proposed adding an ambulatory division to the state championship meet.This was approved by the WIAA last weekend.
Ambulatory division (see previous question).
The East West All Star race will be this June. The scholarship applications are on line now.
We are compiling and sharing information on coaching contracts to share with members who are bargaining.
|3/23/2019 11:58:33||Girls Basketball||Dan Taylor|
March 15, 2019 Inducted the following:
Steve Berg, Lake Stevens
Karen Blair, Ballard and Meadowdale
Paul Dretsch, Black Hills and Wahkiakum
Eric Rasmussen, King’s
Scott Sandsberry, Yakima Herald
Terry Wilkinson, Blanchet
September 2019: Date and Location to be determined. Will be on court demonstrations and most likely hosted at Seattle Christian again.
2B: Tri Cities Prep
1A: La Salle
RPI; State Tournament Concerns; Rules changes
Hosted on March 16th, the 2B team edges a tough B squad 64-57 in our first contest. MVP was Ellie Leitz if Wahkiakum. 1B player of the year was named at halftime and it was Dakota Patchen is Colton. 2B player of the year was Macie Elliott of Wahkiakum. B coach of the year was Clark Vining of Colton. 2B coach of the year was Joe Mackey of Tri Cities Prep. The 1A led by MVP Callie Delp from Zillah’s 17 points defeated the 2A squad 76-69 and the 4A won a nail biter against the 3A led by MVP Brynna Maxwell’s 23 points 84-83. 4A player of the year was Mae Bryant of Eastlake. 3A was Brooke Walling of Prairie. 2A player of the year was Beyonce Bea of Washougal and 1A was Isabela Hernandez of Lynden Christian. 2A coach of the year was Britney Knotts of Washougal and 1A coach is Alyssa Going of La Salle. 3A coach is the year was Hala Corrall of Prairie and 4A coach is the year Gabe Medrano. WSGBCA coach of the year was Sara Goldie of Eastlake.
We are hoping to bring back the Women and Sports Leadership Conference in February 2019. Working on more involvement at the national level. Board Member growth.
|3/23/2019 12:13:55||Tennis||Brooks Hazen|
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|3/23/2019 20:49:07||SOFTBALL||TOM HARMON|
Cancelled this year due to weather. Will resume in 2020
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Year 2 of All State selections by WSCA Head coaches. Continuing adjustments to improve.
|3/24/2019 8:27:02||Soccer||Jens Jensenfirstname.lastname@example.org||509-760-2572||3/24/2019||Working|
Gonzaga Girls Team Camp July 8-11
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Had major trouble collecting all league lists from each league. AD's were unresponsive from a few districts. Developing a coach representative network across all leagues/classifications to remedy this issue and also change how players are nominated for all state ballot.
|3/24/2019 8:59:46||Golf||Andrew Hershey|
We do not have any inductions finalized, but will be working on this and hope to have something up and running.
We just secured Gold Mountain Golf course in Bremerton as a partner. We will be working with Daryl Metheny the General Manager to produce a quality program. The projected dates are July 1st-3rd.
This is the first year of the new golf format. It is both a team and an individual championship. It will be held at various sites around the state depending on classification.
We have members who have been working with the new state tournament format, and will be in conversation with Andy Barnes to provide feedback.
The USGA made major changes to the rules starting in 2019. These rules will be in effect this season, and at the State tournament.
|3/24/2019 10:47:03||Athletic Training||Lorrie Howe|
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|3/24/2019 12:28:54||Football||Mark Keelemail@example.com||360.731.0837||3/24/2019||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
We will have our All-State game at CWU, this year. They are interested in keeping the game on their campus. We are currently working through details. It is looking good and looks like it's going to work out.