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TimestampISA Rep for what sport? What is your name?What is your email address?What is your Cell phone number? What is the WSCA meeting date?Hall of Fame informationClinic informationState Championship informationWIAA partnership, what are you working on with the WIAA?All State GameOther unique happening with your sport?
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3/27/2022 9:41:17SOFTBALLTom Harmontom.harmon@nv.k12.wa.us136022071423/27/2022 at 11:00 AMTHIS PROGRAM IS STILL ON HOLD FOR SOFTBALL. NOT AT THIS TIME.SCHEDULED FOR MAY. NEW THIS YEAR WILL RPI AS A FACTOR IN SEEDING.MULTIPLE WSCA MEMBERS ARE ON THE VARIOUS SOFTBALL SEEDING COMMITTES.NOT AT THIS TIE.WE ARE ALL ACTUALLY ON THE DIAMOND, AND LOOKING FORWARD TO POST SEASON.
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3/27/2022 11:07:07Track and FieldKevin EagerWstfcaprez@gmail.com25324140653/27/2022 at 11:00 AMFour Individuals (rather than the usual three) inducted in January.We put on our convention and clinic in January.That’s a good question! We have received almost no communication. :-(NoneJust trying to reboot.
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3/27/2022 11:13:20Girls BasketballDan Taylorknights.in.gods.armor@gmail.com20679023773/27/2022 at 11:00 AMCancelled for this year. We plan to host our next ceremony on March 17, 2023We plan to host our next clinic in September 29-Oct 1 2022 on Zoom again. We also plan to host a combine for girls in October.2022 State Champions
1B Mount Vernon Christian
2B Warden
1A Lynden Christian
2A Ellensburg
3A Garfield
4A Woodinville

1. Nalin and I met with Andy Barnes about concerns about seeding committee on March 25th. Suggestion was to have a WIAA rep for each seeding committee
2. Discussed with Cindy Adsit about sharing of WIAA court at the state tournament
3. Format and large venues still a discussion
Discussions about concerns about the seeding committees; DEI Committee Work; Inside Out Initiative; Strategic Planning CommitteeHosted at King's High School on March 19. Great showing and girls were able to keep their uniforms; Turk Pride Live streamed and commentated and games can be watched on their You Tube Channel;2022 WSGBCA Awards 1B Coach of the Year: Jeff Droog, Mount Vernon Christian 1B Player of the Year: Kylee Russell, Mount Vernon Christian 2B Coach of the Year: Josh Madsen, Warden 2B Player of the Year: Kyra Gardner, Raymond 1A Coach of the Year: Shane Wichers, Nooksack Valley 1A Player of the Year Libby Stump, Lynden Christian 2A Coach of the Year: Jeff Whitney, Ellensburg 2A Player of the Year: Dylan Philip, Ellensburg 3A Coach of the Year: Joe Marsh, Arlington 3A Player of the Year: Rosa Smith, Lake Washington 4A Coach of the Year: Katie Hyppa, Sumner 4A Player of the Year: Veronica Sheffey, Woodinville WSGBCA State Coach of the Year Scott Bullock, Woodinville WSGBCA Ms Basketball Tatum Thompson, Woodinville; 1B vs. 2B Game MVP-Kyra Gardner, Raymond; 1A vs. 2A Game MVP-Halle Wright, Prosser; 3A vs. 4A Game MVP-Tatum Thompson, WoodinvilleStarted a new sponsorship with Ballogy
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3/26/2022 20:09:38GolfAndrew Hersheyandrew.hershey@shorelineschools.org206-658-58253/27/2022 at 11:00 AMe inducted John Matsen of Oak Harbor into the hall of fame this past summer after a long delay because of Covid. The family was very appreciative. It was held at Whidbey Golf and country club with many former coaches who coached against John attending, We will be holding our clinic at Gamble Sands July 5th-7th. It was very successful last year, and the staff and golf pros are excited to have us back for a second year,. Looking forward to the first state championship in 3 years.nothing at this momentN/AN/A
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3/26/2022 19:39:19Cross CountryJeff Hashimotojeff.hashimoto@esd401.org50993314093/27/2022 at 11:00 AMOn January 20th, 2022, four members were inducted into the Cross Country Hall of Fame: Dan Parker of Glacier Peak and Snohomish, John Hill of Bellevue, Dennis McGuire of Central Valley, and Rod Wilcox of Kings.The Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Convention was held in Tacoma January 20-21, 2022. Speakers included Elizabeth Carey, Jeff Hashimoto, Mike Hickey, Darrell Lee, Frank Schuck, Justin Kesterson and Joe Clark.Fall State Championships were reported in the previous ISA meeting.The amendment to determine allocations annually was rejected by the WIAA board. The reasoning is that participation numbers vary year to year in small schools. In 2019 there was a district meet with 2 state berths and 3 teams competing. The annual allocation determination was a proposed solution to this problem.
We are working on a proposal to include at large berths, similar to the track auto-qualifiers. But because cross country courses are not standardized, we can not use a time standard. A proposal is that we are working on is that a district that had all qualifying teams in the top 6 or 8 at state would receive an additional state berth the following year.
We have a good working relationship with WIAA regarding state meet.
We are looking at coordinating with Club Northwest for an east-west senior all star race for 2022. We have not held an east-west senior all star race since before COVID.I am the new president of the Cross Country Coaches Association.
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3/26/2022 17:25:03BaseballBrian Jacksonbjackson@bethelsd.org253 381 87323/27/2022 at 11:00 AMHall of Fame/All State Weekend - June 24-26, 2022Attended NWBCA Clinic in January: Poorly attended by Washington coaches
Kevin Agnew and Brian Jackson currently organizing clinics for 22-23 for state coaches
RPI will be new this yearWould like to propose amendment to eliminate Jamboree (6 innings) and add an additional game (7 innings)
Foundation games have been played
Same as aboveExpanding executive board for WSBCA
WSBCA giving scholarships to seniors for first time
Increasing partnerships around state: Rainiers, Mariners, Baden
Clinics for state coaches slowly developing
Kevin Agnew (Pullman) zoom meetings with coaches across state
Fungo Banter made a comeback (Jason Jarrett (Tri-Cities Prep)/Eric Sorenson (Kittitas)
Jesse Benedetti and Russ Hayden awarded NHSBCA Region 8 Coaches of the Year
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3/25/2022 21:07:15SoccerJensjjensen@royalsd.org3/27/2022 at 11:00 AMNonehttps://portal.unitedsoccercoaches.org/s/lt-event?id=a1U3u0000026Vb6EAE&site=a0d6A000001GUuxQAG...Exploring Mercy Rule and Approved Sites for State Matches...Concerns from the WIAA concerning discipline
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3/25/2022 9:46:03FootballMark Keelmarkk@ckschools.org36073108373/27/2022 at 11:00 AMPostponed for this year.We partnered with Glazier again this year. We had a very successful clinic, March 4-6.Our 4A State Champs went to Georgia and beat a very good team state champion from GeorgiaWe are working on restructuring our playoff system. Dan Teeter, Head Coach @ Lakewood High School, 2A, has come up with a system.4A-3A game. We are still working on a partnership with Cleats vs. Cancer. 2A-1B, is working on building their game up.
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3/25/2022 9:23:11TennisBrooks Hazenbfhazen@hotmail.com125398890373/27/2022 at 11:00 AMStill building up for future clinicStill set for May 27-28. 4 locations and still 2 day tournament A few looking to increase the number of contests by 1 or 2 per season.N/Aloss of indoor courts/time due to increase of pickleball play! Lack of response from tennis coaches at times a bit concerning.
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3/25/2022 8:18:55Wrestling Brett Lucasblucas93@gmail.com20679526653/27/2022 at 11:00 AMWe are on our second year of no hall of fame inductions or ceremony. We hope to have one this fall.We tried for an in person clinic in November 2021, but there was not enough interest. We did team up with the Marines and the National Wrestling Coaches Association and had a small clinic with 17 people for one day. The state tournament was normal with some restrictions due to covid. We still don't know about the Tacoma Dome for next year.We have a good relationship with Justin Kesterson and continue to meet with him. NAWe hope to start up our cultural exchange next year.
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3/25/2022 4:09:53TennisBrooks Hazenbfhazen@hotmail.com1253988903712/5/2021 at 11:00 AMN/AN/A June 2022Multiple sites in May
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3/24/2022 22:14:42Boys BasketballNalin Soodwibca2010@gmail.com206.419.306212/5/2021 at 11:00 AMIf you have nominations, go to the website, locate Hall of Fame. Forms for nominations can be found there. If you have any questions, contact Hall Of Fame Coordinator, Dave Dickson.
There will be two Hall Of Fame Banquets held in summer of 2022. The eastside banquet will be Tuesday, July 19th at Gonzaga University and the west side banquet will be held Thursday, July 21st at Niles Center in Edmonds.
WIBCA President Joe Harris said this year’s clinic will be held on May 14th. Kyle Smith Washington State Men’s Coach, Mike Hopkins University of Washington Men’s Coach, Phil Cullen of the San Antonio Spurs coaching staff and Bobbi Hazeltine Women’s coach at Walla Walla Community College, are the scheduled speakers.
Harris advised registering soon because hotels are filling quickly.
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Since seeding meetings were today, Mick Hoffman needed to keep presentations short. The WIAA is examining a possible final four concept for State playoffs. This would have three classification at one site for semis and finals and three at a different site. Semi-finals would be played on Friday and finals on Saturday. The decision for the final four concept needs to be approved this spring or there will be a two year wait before being proposed again.
Hoffman talked about the need for more officials. He asked coaches to encourage former players to get involved. If coaches would like to offer suggestions on how to increase the number of officials, please let the WIAA know.
Hoffman said he is happy that basketball games are being played and wished good luck to coaches in post season play.
Regarding the proposed amendment from WIBCA, coaches need to find out who voted representing their District and encourage them to support the amendment. Discussion has been positive at all levels. Involve the girls’ coaches in promoting the amendment.
ALL STATE GAMES The All-State games will be played on March 19 at Curtis High School. A futures All Star game featuring underclassman will be played on March 18 at Curtis. Joe Kinch and Josh Barsh will be coordinators for the All-State games and Tim Gaebe, Connie Richardson and Joe Harris will be coordinators for the Futures game. A Unified game will also be played on March 18 at Curtis. A motion was made to give Ballogy $2,000 to help promote the event by Gary Wusterbarth. It was seconded by Craig Jackson. It was voted on and passed. ALL STATE TEAMS SELECTION Coaches attending broke off into groups of each classification to select All-State participants. PLAYER OF THE YEAR AAAA-Dylan Darling, Central Valley PLAYER OF THE YEAR AAA-Tre Blassingame, Auburn PLAYER OF THE YEAR AA-Jonas LaTour, North Kitsap PLAYER OF THE YEAR A-Jordan Hansen, Kings PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2B-John Lustig, Colfax PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1B-Justice Hart, Yakama Tribal WIBCA MR. BASKETBALL-Tyler Bilodeau, KamiakinSunday, February 20, 2022-Bellevue Community College
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WELCOME
WIBCA President Joe Harris welcomed the 2022 winter attendees. He introduced special guest Mick Hoffman, Executive Director of the WIAA.

WIAA
Since seeding meetings were today, Mick Hoffman needed to keep presentations short. The WIAA is examining a possible final four concept for State playoffs. This would have three classification at one site for semis and finals and three at a different site. Semi-finals would be played on Friday and finals on Saturday. The decision for the final four concept needs to be approved this spring or there will be a two year wait before being proposed again.
Hoffman talked about the need for more officials. He asked coaches to encourage former players to get involved. If coaches would like to offer suggestions on how to increase the number of officials, please let the WIAA know.
Hoffman said he is happy that basketball games are being played and wished good luck to coaches in post season play.
Regarding the proposed amendment from WIBCA, coaches need to find out who voted representing their District and encourage them to support the amendment. Discussion has been positive at all levels. Involve the girls’ coaches in promoting the amendment.

FINANCIAL REPORT
Minutes from October 2021 meeting were read. Gary Wusterbarth moved the minutes be approved and it was seconded by Joe Kinch. Executive Director Nalin Sood reported that WIBCA has $87,000 currently in our accounts.

HALL OF FAME
If you have nominations, go to the website, locate Hall of Fame. Forms for nominations can be found there. If you have any questions, contact Hall Of Fame Coordinator, Dave Dickson.
There will be two Hall Of Fame Banquets held in summer of 2022. The eastside banquet will be Tuesday, July 19th at Gonzaga University and the west side banquet will be held Thursday, July 21st at Niles Center in Edmonds.

WIBCA CLINIC
We have asked for a budget increase to $7,500 for the fall clinic in order to bring Division 1 coaches to speak. We want to expand the pool of possible candidates. Motion was carried by Nick Brown and seconded by Joe Kinch.

CHELAN SPRING CLINIC
WIBCA President Joe Harris said this year’s clinic will be held on May 14th. Kyle Smith Washington State Men’s Coach, Mike Hopkins University of Washington Men’s Coach, Phil Cullen of the San Antonio Spurs coaching staff and Bobbi Hazeltine Women’s coach at Walla Walla Community College, are the scheduled speakers.
Harris advised registering soon because hotels are filling quickly.

NORTHWEST SHOOTOUT
Coordinator Bill Bakamus announced the shootout will happen on April 3rd in Oregon. Please send names of players for consideration to Coach Bakamus.

SOCIAL JUSTICE
Craig Jackson told the attendees about the Social Justice Platform: Policing Laws, Voting Laws, Environmental Laws, Healthcare and Education Laws. He will continue with daily information during Black History Month.

PODCASTS
The Podcasts have been on a break. They will return to the WIBCA website will changes to the format. If there are coaches who would like to be interviewed please let Connie Richardson know.

MEMBERSHIP
Membership coordinator Kellen Drake reported we have 350 basketball coaches signed up for the Washington Coaches Association membership.

SPRING SHOWCASE
Coordinator Tim Gaebe announced the Spring Showcase will be held on April 30 and May 1st at Bellevue Community College.

CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT
Tim Gaebe reported that sponsorship for WIBCA is going great. Ballogy, Hilton and Sam’s Tavern are new sponsors and we have retained all of our Title sponsorships.

NHSBCA
Executive Director Nalin Sood reported that the NHSBCA has rewarded Hall of Fame Coach Gary Wusterbarth as the recipient of the John Wooden Legacy Award. WIBCA will be putting on the Scholastic D-1 event on June 25th and 26th at Bellevue Community College. A motion was made by Nick Brown to send four board members to the NHSBCA annual meeting in Indianapolis. It was seconded by Ryan Hansen. It was voted on and passed.

COACHES VS CANCER
Director Gary Wusterbarth reported we are just short by $31,000 of reaching the 1 million mark raised by coaches. Please let Gary know if your school is participating and how much was raised.

BADEN SCHOLARSHIPS
Muhammad Kinteh of Mountlake Terrace and Cort Robertson of Stanwood were recipients of the Baden Scholarships this year. Prospective candidates can find applications for scholarships on the WIBCA website.

ALL STATE GAMES
The All-State games will be played on March 19 at Curtis High School. A futures All Star game featuring underclassman will be played on March 18 at Curtis. Joe Kinch and Josh Barsh will be coordinators for the All-State games and Tim Gaebe, Connie Richardson and Joe Harris will be coordinators for the Futures game. A Unified game will also be played on March 18 at Curtis. A motion was made to give Ballogy $2,000 to help promote the event by Gary Wusterbarth. It was seconded by Craig Jackson. It was voted on and passed.

ALL STATE TEAMS SELECTION
Coaches attending broke off into groups of each classification to select All-State participants.
PLAYER OF THE YEAR AAAA-Dylan Darling, Central Valley
PLAYER OF THE YEAR AAA-Tre Blassingame, Auburn
PLAYER OF THE YEAR AA-Jonas LaTour, North Kitsap
PLAYER OF THE YEAR A-Jordan Hansen, Kings
PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2B-John Lustig, Colfax
PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1B-Justice Hart, Yakama Tribal
WIBCA MR. BASKETBALL-Tyler Bilodeau, Kamiakin
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3/24/2022 20:37:51VolleyballSuzanne Marblesmarble@lc.k12.wa.us360770590412/5/2021 at 11:00 AMNo inductees in 2021No clinic the past two years due to Covid. On December 5th reportContinuing to work together on the seeding committees. Had very successful All-State matches on December 5, 2021. The matches were held at Burlington High School where we had close to 100 athletes participate. Tawnya Brewer did an amazing job organizing. It was a great day of volleyball and one of the best All-State Matches we have had.Every year is unique!
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3/24/2022 15:38:11GymnasticsRyan Fleisherissygymnastics@yahoo.com425-443-189912/5/2021 at 11:00 AMWe inducted Reenie Kiehn (Stevenson High School Vancouver area)We did not have a clinic this season but plan to have one next year.Our state meet was drastically different this year as it was reduced to a one day competition with no event finals (as has been done for 40 years), we also we not allowed to have our Hall of Fame parade. Both were missed and all coaches hope these both come back. Were told these changes were made per Dept of Health but on our state meeting Zoom call with Cindy Adsit she told us event finals might not come back since they reduced bowling and they really liked it better. We were also told that they (WIAA) would survey to see if it was liked better. Survey ADs, maybe coaches and maybe athletes. Coaches and athletes are very upset about this and frustrated that we were told it was due to COVID but now COVID is gone and it may not come back, besides bowling we were the only sport whose competition was impacted or reduced this year. 4A coach of the year-Ryan Fleisher (Issaquah), 2A/3A coach of the year- Jenny Genoway (Sammamish), 4A assistant coach of the year- Ryan Dietzman (Camas), 2a/3a assistant coach of the year Kelsie Kirk (Evergreen). 2A 3A state champs Sammamish (first time in 47 years), 4A state champs WoodinvilleWe had looked at the possibility of moving gymnastics to another season but ultimately it is best to have it stay in Winter. Also hoping to work with them to keep State finals.noneNone that haven't been listed in this report
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12/6/2021 8:38:50BaseballBrian Jacksonbjacka253 381 873212/5/2021 at 11:00 AM*Hall of Fame Banquet - June 25, 2022 - 6 pm
Yakima Convention Center
Inductees Posted next week
*NWBCA Clinic - January 28-30, 2022
Portland , OR
Requesting clock hours asap

*Possible WSBCA Clinic in February
*Clinic series being brainstormed for 2022
May 21, 2022 Regionals: May 27-28, 2022 State ChampionshipReducing EjectionsJune 25-26, 2022. Yakima, WA *Developing Clinics
*Expanding Executive Board
*All-State/Hall of Fame Weekend getting better annually
*Expanding Partnerships (again) with Tacoma Rainiers, Seattle Mariners, NWBCA
*Improving online and social media presence (17 K hits on website 2020-2021)
*Increasing connection to NHSBCA
*Jesse Benedetti and Russ Hayden we awarded with Region 8 COTY Honors by the NHSBCA in 2020 and 2021 Respectively
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12/5/2021 11:32:00GolfAndrew Hersheyandrew.hershey@shorelineschools.org206658582512/5/2021 at 11:00 AMWe inducted John Matsen into the shall of fame from Oak Harbor. The event was at the Whidbey golf and CC: A day of golf followed by a dinner with friends and familyWe held our clinic at Gamble Sands in early July 2021 and had around 15 coaches and had very good reviewsLooking forward to having oneNothing at this timeN/Aaccounts. He said we didn’t spend much money during Covid.
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12/5/2021 10:45:00TennisBrooks Hazenhazenbf@puyallup.k12.wa.us253-988-903712/5/2021 at 11:00 AMN/AN/ATBDN/AWIBCA Executive Director Nalin Sood reports that WIBCA currently has $77,000 in our
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12/5/2021 10:35:27Track and FieldKevin Eagerwstfcaprez@gmail.com253241406512/5/2021 at 11:00 AMWe are inducting 4 in this year.We will, come hell or high water, be holding our annual convention/clinic in Tacoma in January.Didn't have one for the second straight year.We are simply trying to reboot our sport. NoFINANCIAL REPORT
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12/5/2021 9:52:12SOFTBALLTOM HARMONtom.harmon@nv.k12.wa.us360220714212/5/2021 at 11:00 AMNothing current at this point. Have several recently retired coaches we would like to head this group.Nothing current at this point.WANFHS COACH OF THE YEAR for WashingtonTBDapproved by all members.
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12/5/2021 9:10:25FootballMark Keelmarkk@ckschools.org360731083712/5/2021 at 11:00 AMWorking on a new format to present this award.March 4-6, Hyatt Regency Lake Washington, RentonJust played yesterday. I have not received any information about this.N/AWe are trying a new format this year. Working with Cleats vs. Cancer.minutes approved, it was seconded by Dave Dickson. The minutes were voted on and
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12/5/2021 7:32:21SoccerJensjjensen@royalsd.org509731462512/5/2021 at 11:00 AMWorkingWorkingWorkingRegional Sites for State ContestsWorkingboard member Bruce Siebol. A motion was made by Gary Wusterbarth to have the spring
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12/5/2021 7:06:37Girls BasketballDan Taylorknights.in.gods.armor@gmail.com206790237712/5/2021 at 11:00 AMMarch 18th, 2022 at 6:00pm in Schirmir Auditorium at King's High School in Seattle. Final Hall of Fame Selections to be made in the next couple of weeks.Hosted the Winning With Women Coaches Clinic on September 17-19. Included top women coaches across the nation. All speakers were women.There wasn't a 2021 State Champion for any classification. Currently, the WIAA is meeting with representatives to discuss venues and format for the state tournament starting in 2023. Dan Taylor and Jackie Thomas represent girls basketball on the committee.We are working on:
State tournament format for 2023 as well as venues for the tournament.
DEI issues as it relates to girls basketball
Sportsmanship and Coaching Education
InsideOut Coaching Initiative

March 19th at King's High Schoolthe recap of our spring minutes. The spring minutes were reviewed by Executive Secretary
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12/4/2021 22:54:44GymnasticsRyan Fleisherissygymnastics@yahoo.com1425443189912/5/2021 at 11:00 AMWe chose not to induct anyone last year since there was no State meet. This year were are inducting Reenie Kiehn (originally from Stevenson in Vancouver), she will be awarded at our state meet.We decided not to have a clinic this year. We hope to partner with USAG WA for next year since there will be a lot of changesOur state meet will again be at Sammamish High School and for the first time we will have a 2A, 3A and 4A state meets. Previous 2A and 3A were combined.We are starting conversation with WIAA about gymnastics possibly being in a different sports season. During COVID several schools went with alternate sports seasons away from Basketball and wrestling and there were many positives. We are just starting conversation to see if it can even be a conversation.We took 3 girls to our Senior National meet last year and they had a great time and were so appreciative to be able to go. We will hopefully have anormal team for this years team.WIBCA President Joe Harris welcomed the 2021 fall attendees. First order of business was
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12/4/2021 15:20:23VolleyballSuzanne Marblesmarble@lc.k12.wa.us360770590412/5/2021 at 11:00 AMNo one this year as per last years season.No clinic planned at this point.Washington. State Champions per classification. 1B Oakesdale, 2B La Conner, 1A Chelan, 2A Columbia River, 3A Mead and 4A Bothell. 1B through 4A State was held in Yakima over two weekends. It was great to get back to having a State Tournament for our kids. The first year with the seeding committee. It was great to have conversation with coaches from across the state. Looking at the outcomes of the top 8 it seemed to be pretty close, with just a few upsets. 12/5/21WELCOME
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12/4/2021 9:06:54Cross CountryJoe Clarkjclark53@gmail.com253 844-734312/5/2021 at 11:00 AMwe are inducting John Hill, Dan Parker, Dennis McGuire & Rod Wilcox on Jan 21. The WSTFCA/WSCCA convention is back on for 2022 at the hotel Murano in Tacoma Jan 21-22State meet was held in Pasco this year in November. It will be there for the next 2 years as well.We work continuously with the WIAA. This year they implemented a handbook change that set allocations "annually" based on actual participation numbers verified on line as of the 50% cut off date. what that means is that allocations were accurate, and awarded to districts based on participation. This did result in some shifting in allocations on the girls side in the all but the 4A classifications. It was something the WSCCCA has prioritized. We need to continue to educate coaches on the rule.Suspended. We are looking for a new host. there were some unfortunate social media posts by the previous host who was also a significant donor. we have chosen not to return. We are looking at a mid winter option.Saturday, October 2, 2021-Yakima Valley Community College
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12/2/2021 11:44:47Boys BasketballNalin Soodwibca2010@gmail.com206.419.306212/5/2021 at 11:00 AMWIBCA HALL OF FAME
Dave Dickson, WIBCA Hall of Fame Coordinator, presented members with the 2022 Hall of
Fame nominations for approval. Head Coaches nominated: Mark Schelbert Fife; John
Callaghan, South Kitsap; Richard Skeen, Kings; Rick Sloan, Central Valley; Ray Ricks,
Northwest Christian (Colbert); Jason Kerr, O’Dea; Mike Kelly, Seattle Prep. The board
approved assistant coaches for nomination: John Medak, Gig Harbor; John Flanagan,
Kentridge.
Dickson, asked for a vote of membership and all candidates were unanimously approved for
induction into the Hall of Fame by WIBCA membership.
Jaime Niles, athletic director at West and Valley high school in Spokane and a group from the
SPL league were voted on and approved to be honored with the Ed Pepple Award.
Levi Heyen, Cashmere High School, and J.C. Alexander of Mountainview were nominated by
the WIBCA board to be honored with the Pat Fitterer Award. It was voted on and approved
by membership.
Dates for the Hall of Fame Banquets will be July 19 in Spokane and July 21 in Edmonds.
Dickson reminded membership that attending the Banquets is free to WIBCA membership.
Held on October 2nd and 3rd, 2021 in YakimaN/AJune Scholastic D1 Event in June, 2022ALL-STATE GAMES The State All-State games will be held on March 19 at Curtis High School. A futures All-Star game featuring underclassman will be played on March 18 at Curtis. Joe Kinch and Josh Barsh will be coordinators for the All-State games and Tim Gaebe and Connie Richardson will be coordinators for the Futures Game. A motion was made by Pat Fitterer to make Tim Kelly and Curtis High School host all future All-State games. It was seconded by Nick Brown. It was voted on and passed. https://wibca.com/meetings/
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12/2/2021 11:29:40WrestlingBrett Lucasblucas@fwps.org206795266512/5/2021 at 11:00 AMWe have cancelled the HOF for the last two years :(We canceled our normal clinic and had a short one day leadership clinic put on by the NWCA, that was poorly attended. NONE, Though there is rumors of leaving the Tacoma DomeWe meet with Justin frequently and have a good relationship with him as our WSWCA Executive Board.NANew rules passed about match limits, and a few other things.
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3/21/2021 15:58:19SOFTBALLTOM HARMONtom.harmon@nv.k12.wa.us36022071423/21/2021 at 10:00 AMNo new info, planning for 2022No new info at this time. Planning for 2022WASoftball Representation on NFHS Diversity GroupHopefully 2022 Actually being out on the diamond again.
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3/21/2021 11:31:58Cheerleading Shana Biggsshana.biggs@hotmail.com3/21/2021 at 10:00 AMPer WIAA no culminating event this year, However WSCCA will be running at Virtual Competitions Series for 5 weekends (May 8th-June 5th) Covid Policies & Updates, Competitive Season All-State Individual Competition held in March, Virtual Competitions to be held by WSCCA (May/June), Monthly Newsletters to WSCCA members, Scholarships Applications going live April 4th/Due April 30th, WSCCA Annual Conference/Awards/Election - this year held virtually on May 22nd. Website https://www.wscca.org/
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3/21/2021 9:30:16BaseballBrian Jacksonbjackson@bethelsd.org253 381 87323/21/2021 at 10:00 AMHOF Weekend: 7/9-7/11None at this time: Fungo Banter and Kevin's Korner still activeNoneSummer 2.07/9-7/11, YakimaTrying to get moving again...
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3/21/2021 9:01:23Track and FieldKevin Eagerwstfcaprez@gmail.com253.241.40653/21/2021 at 10:00 AMWe are presently on hold this season as COVID cancelled our convention.Our January convention, where we hold two days of clinics, was cancelled due to COVID concerns.I wish. Our largest long-term project is finding a new home for the small-schools state meet, as Eastern Washington University has initiated removing their track and is no longer an option. NoAfter missing an entire season last year, we are troubled by the collective choice of athletic administrators to further limit track and field (and other spring sports) rather than letting us have a full season. We are now paying the COVID price twice, and our student athlete have noticed that they are not valued as much as other sports. This, unfortunately, matches with the message given by club coaches who sell their wares by denigrating our high school programs.
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3/21/2021 7:30:59FootballMark Keelmarkk@ckschools.org36073108373/21/2021 at 10:00 AMWe are currently working on ideas about how to continue this without a clinic this year.Our clinic has been postponed for this year. We will begin working on next year's clinic, in the summer.WAN/AOur game has been canceled this year. We plan to continue this game next summer.We did face some "unique" happenings this season. I'm sure all sports will face some unique things.
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3/21/2021 7:20:49cross countryJoe Clarkjclark553@gmail.com25322783873/21/2021 at 10:00 AMno updateno updatethe WSCCCA is putting on a virtual state meet. It has recieved the blessing of the WIAA> All member schools may choose to run a team 5k on the track with the varsity members (or individual) of their team (or individuals.) There is a 4 week window to participate. over 140 schools have registered.virtual state meet, change in how allocations are set by using verifiable participation numbers to ensure allocations represent actual participation. We have worked with the WIAA on cross country guidelines and were successful in being able to have athletes be able to remove their mask when racing.postponed this yearsee the document on the wsca sent to the entire board and all ISA's.
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3/21/2021 7:18:51GolfAndrew Hersheyandrew.hershey@shorelineschools.org206-658-58253/21/2021 at 10:00 AMWe are waiting to nominate new HOF members until we formally induct John Matzen of Oak Harbor, Due to Covid restrictions we put his induction on hold until we could make it special and surround him with family and friends.We will be holding our Summer High School Coaches Clinic this June, most likely at Gamble Sands in Brewster, WA. This was in place before it was shit down last June.N/A as we have not had a state championship for a second year in a row.Currently there is nothing in the works, however we were involed in looking at the sport specific Covid protocols N/AWe held a virtual 9 hole tournament with 68 student athletes from 18 different schools participating.
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3/20/2021 21:25:46volleyballSuzanne Marblesmarble@lc.k12.wa.us36077059043/21/2021 at 10:00 AMNo inductions this year.No Clinic this year.No championship this year.Nothing at this pointNot happening this year.Just thrilled to be able to have some sort of season this year.
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3/20/2021 8:21:19Girls BasketballDan Taylorknights.in.gods.armor@gmail.com20679023773/21/2021 at 10:00 AMWe have postponed all Hall of Fame activities due to the pandemic. We want to do it in person. We will announce inductees for March 2022 in the Fall. 2021 Winning With Women Coaches Conference September 2021Summer State-Unsanctioned tournaments June 21-25; Jeff Droog of Mount Vernon Christian is leadDEI work; T.I.E.D. Team established. Planning a summit with the Storm and other community speakers for coaches and student-athletes. Coaches vs. Racism.; InsideOut InitiativeStill deciding if we are going to do one this year. May run into conflict with student-athletes leaving for summer school.We are working on reaching out to administrators and government officials to push for basketball season. We are seeking to recruit more officials.
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3/19/2021 20:26:42gymnasticsRyan Fleisherissygymnastics@yahoo.com425-443-18993/21/2021 at 10:00 AMnone this yearnone this yearnone this yearnext years clinic, next year state meet, COVID rules and protocolsnoneThis year gymnastics will be happening through out Washington from Feb 22nd to June 26th in varying lengths of seasons. We chose to have no rule changes this year as we weren't sure we would have a season.
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3/19/2021 15:31:16WrestlingBrett Lucasblucas@fwps.org - blucas93@gmail.com20679526653/21/2021 at 10:00 AMDue to COVID we did not have a HOF ceremony nor did we have inductee's this yearWe had a virtual clinic in the Fall of 2020 and hope to have an in person one this fallNAWe are working on Team state Championship and a different way to compute hydration, and state stats.NAOur Virtual fall clinic and we just had a virtual one hour virtual talk with an olympian and World Champion J'den Cox on Wednesday Night to all WSCA Members and anyone that attended our clinic :) We also decided to stay neutral in the politics of our sport during covid.
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3/19/2021 14:19:29Boys BasketballNalin Soodwibca2010@gmail.com20641930623/21/2021 at 10:00 AMPosted onlinePosted onlineN/A this yearReturn to playTBD for 2021. In future also plan to include Unified SportsBaden picked as the new Ball.Planning for a early June full membership meeting (towards the end of the season). In place of that we have recently done a WIBCA webinar with information for coaches in our state. Posted on WIBCA website. Link is: https://edmondsschools.zoom.us/rec/share/cdq9yJrMdAlpm6ZqHzuTdULrO7BVkkCg4df8ZB3bkbUkTl_iYpxoYS8kvO-Jm6jl.6eqjSVEN31KpYy0I
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3/17/2021 15:00:15TennisBrooks F. Hazenhazenbf@puyallup.k12.wa.us125398890373/21/2021N/AN/AWANone None Not everyone playing at the same time. Some schools played season 1 others will play 2 & 3
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12/13/2020 11:56:24VolleyballSuzanne Marblesmarble@lc.k12.wa.us360770590412/12/2020TBDTBDWashingtonReturn to sportsNot in 2020Hoping to get back out there!!
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12/13/2020 11:17:47SOFTBALLTOM HARMONtom.harmon@nv.k12.wa.us360220714212/1/2020TBD DEPENDING ON COVIDNONE AT THIS TIMENONE AT THIS TIMEGETTING BACK ON THE FIELDTBDBRINGING IN NEW MEMBERS
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12/13/2020 10:59:50SoccerJens Jensenjjensen@royalsd.org509-760-257212/13/2020WorkingAugust - virtual if necessary.COVIDRule Changes for Regional Competitions, Field Standards for State Matches, Expanded State TournamentCOVIDOur Elite Players are Still Playing Out of State via the Club System
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12/13/2020 10:26:05TennisBrooks Hazenbfhazen@hotmail.com1253988903712/13/2020N/AN/AWAReally haven't done much. Indoor facilities limited or closed. USTA tournaments limited because of Covid. Western Washington suffering more so than Eastern Washington due to weather for schedules.
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12/13/2020 9:20:22Track and FieldKevin Eagerwstfcaprez@gmail.com253241406512/21/2020TBD - in a holding pattern.TBD - in a holding patternCancelled1. What a potential season would look like this year/safe return to competition.
2. WIAA financial desires regarding our district and state results websites.
3. Do we have 3 sites and a 2 day state meet or 2 sites and a 3 day state meet?
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12/13/2020 8:41:25Cross CountryJoe Clarkjclark553@gmail.com253844734312/14/2020Dan Parker (Glacier Peak, Snohomish), John Hill (Bellevue), and Dennis McGuire (Central Valley) will be this year's inductees.The joint WSTCFA, WSCCCA clinic has been suspended for this year due to Covid.WAHandbook change to more accurately count participants and determine allocations.Cancelled in 2020, undetermined for 2021See the complete report at https://docs.google.com/document/d/15vE3Rosj1ptwT_h1MfQIOeFdeSey7JREbcr4GBKJFcw/edit?usp=sharing
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12/13/2020 7:29:16BaseballBrian Jacksonbjackson@bethelsd.org253.381.873212/13/0020Hall of Fame Weekend - July 9-11, 2021
7/9 - Golf and Social
7/10 - Hall of Fame Banquet
7/10-7/11 - All-State Series
None at this time.None a this timeClock Hours - Annual NWBCA Clinic
Limiting Ejections
Potential Clinics
Expansion of Games
All-State Series, Yakima - July 10-11, 2021Expanding Association
League Reps
District Reps
Association Handbook
Expansion of Partnerships
All-State/Hall of Fame Weekend
Potential Scholarships
NWBCA Clinic
WSBCA Clinics
Zoom Interviews
PNW Fungo Banter
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12/12/2020 18:47:58Cross countryJoe clarkjclark553@gmail.com253844734312/13/2020In reportI. ReportWashingtonIn reportNot applicable at this timeSee report here https://docs.google.com/document/d/15vE3Rosj1ptwT_h1MfQIOeFdeSey7JREbcr4GBKJFcw/edit
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12/12/2020 9:56:35FootballMark Keelmarkk@ckschools.org360662243412/13/2020N/AWe are working on putting together a "Virtual" Clinic. Currently, we are in conversation with a couple companies that are offering these clinics. Obviously, we have never done a clinic like this so, it's quite the task.We are hopeful that we can work something out, that makes senseWe are hopeful to have a season. We have been in conversation with CWU. We are hopeful that we can have a game this year.2020!
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12/11/2020 12:57:43Girls BasketballDan Taylorknights.in.gods.armor@gmail.com206790237712/13/2020Did not have ceremony or inductees this year2020 Winning With Women Basketball Coaches Clinic-September 25-27; Planning to host smaller one in Spring; Also hosting professional development sessions for coaches.4A Central Valley; 3A Garfield; 2A Lynden; 1A Lynden Christian; 2B Liberty (Spangle); 1B IncheliumDiversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee; Season Protocols; Inside Out InitiativeThe Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association Senior All State Teams B Ce'J Gagnon, Neah Bay Josie Droog, Mount Vernon Christian LaChelle Boyd, Wellpinit Lizzy Perry, Oakesdale Maddie Stuart, Puget Sound Adventist Madi Candoza, Sunnyside Christian Madison Dixon, Pomeroy Mia Pakootas, Inchelium Rylee Desautell, Inchelium Sydney Watko, Pomeroy 2B Aleena Cook, Liberty Andee Nelson, Mossyrock Faith Mulligan, Mossyrock Hailey Bass, White Swan Jadyn Johnson, Columbia Burbank Justine Benson, La Conner Kal Schaplow, Toledo Lydia Berquist, St. George's Maisie Burnam, Liberty (Spangle) Morgan Herrera, La Conner Natalie Smith, Northwest Christian Payton Aselton, Adna 1A Eliza Friend, Overlake Grace Erdmann, Cashmere Grace Hammond, Cashmere Hailey Van Lith, Cashmere Havelah Fairbanks, Deer Park Irena Korolenko, Cedar Park Christian Jalyn Sackrider, Elma Natalie Newman, La Salle Riley Dykstra, Lynden Christian Zoe Hutchings, Montesano 2A Annika Warring, W.F. West Brie Holecek, East Valley Spokane Bryn Hagemeir, Ellensburg Jordan Ryan, Columbia River Katy Cook, Franklin Pierce Keylie Hershey, Lynden Maggie Vadala, W.F. West Megan River, Black Hills Miakei' Lea Flores, Black Hills Paige Winter, Rochester Ruby VanderHaak, Lynden 3A Alli Corral, Prairie Dalayah Daniels, Garfield Emma Main, Mt. Spokane Hailey Hiatt, Arlington Jayda Noble, Mt. Spokane Maddie Plevyak, Yelm Madeline Granbois, Marysville Getchell Megan Fiso, Garfield Meilani McBee, Kennewick Nakia Boston, Lynnwood Olivia Wikstrom, Bainbridge Raigan Barrett, Rogers Tiarra Brown, Bethel 4A Aaliyah Alexander, Todd Beamer Dayla Ballena, Kentridge Ellie Boni, University Jacksen McCliment-Call, University Keeli Burton-Oliver, Eastlake Olivia Mayer, Gonzaga Prep Peyton Howard, Central Valley Raigan Reed, Lake Stevens Sela Heide, Mt. Si Tiarra Hollimon, Glacier Peak Tyler McCliment-Call, University 1B Coach of the Year: Ted Torzewski, Inchelium 2B Coach of the Year: Chris Colvin Liberty (Spangle) 1A Coach of the Year: Aaron McLean, Freeman 2A Coach of the Year: Rick Jones, West Valley (Spokane) 3A Coach of the Year: Jeff Wilson, Lake Washington 4A Coach of the Year: Felice Orrell, Central Valley WSGBCA Coach of the Year: Rob Adams, Lynden WSGBCA Ms. Basketball: Hailey Van Lith, Cashmere 1B Player of the Year: Mia Pakootas, Inchelium 2B Player of the Year: Maisie Burnam, Liberty (Spangle) 1A Player of the Year: Riley Dykstra, Lynden Christian 2A Player of the Year: Keylie Hershey, Lynden 3A Player of the Year: Dalayah Daniels, Garfield 4A Player of the Year: Keeli Burton-Oliver, Eastlake WIAA/WOA Rule Implementation: Closely guarded, 10 second back court; Boys shot clock

Girls Basketball WSGBCA Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee-Dan Taylor, Emily McKenzie-Holy Names; Chris Koeblin-Klahowya; Arlisa Hinton-Ft. Vancouver; Gabby Wade-River Ridge; Michael Schick-Peninsula; Corey Gibb-Jackson; Doug Ashmore-Centralia; Jackie Thomas-Curtis, Glen Flanagan-Woodland

Culturally Engaging Coaching and other professional development

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12/11/2020 10:54:44GOlfAndrew Hersheyandrew.hershey@shorelineschools.org206-658-582512/13/2020Our Hall of Fame nominee, John Matsen from Oak Harbor, 2020 was not formally inducted due to Covid restrictions, but we are in touch and will have a Golf outing/ceremony soon. We are currently looking for a 2021 nomineeOur clinic was scheduled for Gamble Sands last summer, and was postponed, but they were great to work with and will welcome us in the summer of 2021 if possible.Obviously no Tournament in 2020.We were very please that Andy Barnes invited us to talk about modifications to the State tournament, Covid Sport guidelines, and forward emails to us for distribution. Much more partnership that previous years.N/AN/A
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12/7/2020 13:04:47Boys BasketballNalin Soodwibca2010@gmail.com206419306210/10/2020HALL OF FAME
*Coordinator Coach Dave Dickson told us three head coaches were in
nomination for the Hall Of Fame. They are Roger Sonderland of Riverview, Eli
Juarez of Davis and Dean Wagonaar of Sunnyside Christian. Ted Wilkins of
Goldendale was nominated to the Hall as an assistant coach. Coach Jon
Schroeder made a motion to put the candidates in the Hall of Fame. Seconded
by Coach Brandon Evenson. It was voted on and passed.
*Sood talked to the membership about changing the name of the Ed Pepple
Award to the ED/Shirley Pepple Award. Mercer Island Coach Gavin Cree talked
to membership about the important role Ed’s wife Shirley played in the career
of her husband. It was agreed be membership to change the name of the
reward. This year the recipients of the award are Pat McCarthy of Gene
Rostvald.
*Dickson said the tentative dates for the Hall of Fame banquets are July 20 at
Davis High School in Yakima and July 22 at the Nile Country Club in Mt. Lake
Terrace. The 2020 and 2021 banquets will be combined this year. Please send a
e-mail to Coach Dickson if you would like to attend one the banquets. WIBCA
members get free entry.
*Sood thanked coach Dickson for the tremendous job he has done as Hall of
Fame coordinator.
COACHES RESOURCE BOOK
*Because we were unable to have our annual WIBCA clinic in October we will email everyone on the zoom call a Coaches Resource Book. The book is made up
of basketball information from Coaches who were to speak and from members
of the WIBCA board.
N/AWIAA
*Mick Hoffman, Executive Director of the WIAA started meeting by saying the WIAA is struggling with all of the what if’s on the resumption of high school sports. He said final decisions regarding high school sports in Washington will be made in November.

*Andy Barnes, Assistant Executive Director, said the State Basketball committee will keep working. "We still plan to provide the best basketball experience we can.” The WIAA still anticipates the Yakima Sun Dome, Spokane Arena and the Tacoma Dome will be available for State Tournament competition in 2021.

* WIBCA Executive Director Nalin Sood asked Hoffman if there has been any consideration to not overlapping the start of football and the end of basketball. Hoffman said it would be tough to do because they would have to move spring sports to a couple of weeks later and they are already receiving push back on such a proposal.

*Hoffman was asked about the possibility of videotaping games to be watched live on the internet. Mick Hoffman said Pixellot is offering two free automated production units to schools who do not have the system in the main gym or stadium. The only cost would be an installation charge of approximately $2300. You can find out more information on the nfhsnetwork.com page.

*Hoffman told use the number of practices needed to compete could change before the start of the season. He said the one thing that would not change is the need for each athlete to have an up-to-date physical to be able to practice and play.

*Right now basketball practice is scheduled to start on December 28, which could change depending on the recommendation from the Department of Health and the Governor. Basketball can have a regular season game schedule of 14 contests. A 15th game can be played by a school which did not qualify for post season games.
*When asked about athletes transferring to open States to participate in basketball, Hoffman said he only knew of two in the State who have transferred. He told us that the State Associations in Idaho and Utah have discouraged transfers because of the fact they replace a student at the school on playing time.

*Nalin Sood made a point to let coaches know that they should express their opinions on the process of basketball season to their Athletic Director and/or WIBCA. WIBCA would like to hear from coaches if they prefer to have Regional tournaments or State Tournament for basketball's post season.

*The WIAA has proposed off-season coaching for basketball from September 28th to November 30. It is met to mimic the summer time coaches are able to be in contact with athletes. This will be completely controlled by individual school districts in accordance with the local health districts. It is highly unlikely that any tournaments or games will be scheduled during this time.
*All-State games have a new criteria that will be used in the selection of the players. You can check out the new criteria on our website. There are many college coaches who attend the event which is free for all participants. The 2021 All-State games will be played at Curtis High School in Tacoma at a date TBD.SOCIAL JUSTICE

*Executive Director Nalin Sood told membership of WIBCA’s plan of action statement on the website. He said he received multiple coaches locally that assisted with tremendous help to WIBCA in developing the statement. Franklin High school coach Craig Jackson shared a great video with the membership. He said 164 black people have been killed by police this year. He said our gyms can be safe haven for many of our athletes. Jackson encouraged coaches to build positive relationships with our players. He also shared a 12-step program that he gives out to his players.


EXPANDING WIBCA BOARD

*Sood told members that WIBCA would like to expand the board by two or three members. He said the positions of Director of Membership and Hall of Fame/Virtual Coordinator will be added and possibly another position. Coach Pat Fitterer said “We need younger people on the board. We will be there to help you”. Coach Gary Wusterbarth made a motion to expand the board by two members with an option to expand to three. Fitterer seconded. It was voted on and passed.



*Coach Scott Orness of North Kitsap High School has been nominated by WIBCA for the NFHS National Coach of the Year.

*Executive Director Sood will be notifying the winners of the Shootaway and the Social Justice T-shirts.
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12/7/2020 11:41:18GymnasticsRyan Fleisherissygymnastics@yahoo.com425-443-189912/13/2020none for this year 2020-2021 (last year's inductees were Shirley Ostboe (Tri Cities area) and Ryan Fleisher (Issaquah High School)none this year, as we made no rule changes-looking to partner with USAG for next years clinicIf we have a season we will have a regional culminating event rather than a state meet. Last years state meet finished just in the nick of time and we are thankful.At this time just the committees for safety procedures if we have a seasonnoneAs with other all other winter sports we were hoping to start on Dec 28th, now moved to hoping to start on Jan 25th and not sure if that doesn't happen if we will move to the March or just be cancelled
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12/4/2020 14:57:07WrestlingBrett Lucasblucas@fwps.org206-795-266512/13/2020We decided not to have a HOF class this year. We hosted our first online clinic. We worked with Coaches Insider and had 87 participants. We had participants register for a coaches card in order to attend our clinic. 2020 1A Granger, 1B/2B Tonasket, 2A Toppenish, 3A Mt. Spokane, 4A Chiawana - For more information https://www.trackwrestling.com/predefinedtournaments/MainFrame.jsp?newSession=false&TIM=1607891191441&pageName=We have met with Justin Kesterson twice via zoom and he attended our clinic. Our working relationship is good even though we had some disagreements about weight management for this year. We are still pushing for a Team State Championship.We hosted the Japanese National Team in early January. Hosting sites and coaches: East Valley Spokane with Craig Hanson, Colville with Randy Cloke, Cashmere with Ken Hoyt and Rich Wheeler, Royal City with Ben Orth and Randy Miller, Tahoma with Boomer Barnham and Chris Feist
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WIBCA HALL OF FAME
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Dave Dickson, WIBCA Hall of Fame Coordinator, presented members with the 2022 Hall of
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Fame nominations for approval. Head Coaches nominated: Mark Schelbert Fife; John
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Callaghan, South Kitsap; Richard Skeen, Kings; Rick Sloan, Central Valley; Ray Ricks,
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Northwest Christian (Colbert); Jason Kerr, O’Dea; Mike Kelly, Seattle Prep. The board
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approved assistant coaches for nomination: John Medak, Gig Harbor; John Flanagan,
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Kentridge.
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Dickson, asked for a vote of membership and all candidates were unanimously approved for
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induction into the Hall of Fame by WIBCA membership.
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Jaime Niles, athletic director at West and Valley high school in Spokane and a group from the
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SPL league were voted on and approved to be honored with the Ed Pepple Award.
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Levi Heyen, Cashmere High School, and J.C. Alexander of Mountainview were nominated by
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the WIBCA board to be honored with the Pat Fitterer Award. It was voted on and approved
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by membership.
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Dates for the Hall of Fame Banquets will be July 19 in Spokane and July 21 in Edmonds.
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Dickson reminded membership that attending the Banquets is free to WIBCA membership.
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VIRTUAL HALL OF FAME
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Nalin Sood reported that the Hall of Fame plaques have been removed from the walls at the
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website. The WIBCA board would like to put them on the WIBCA website as a Virtual Hall of
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Fame. Pat Fitterer made a motion that the plaques stay with WIBCA as a Virtual Hall of Fame.
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Dave Dickson seconded. It was voted on and passed.
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NORTHWEST SHOOTOUT
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Northwest Shootout Coordinator Bill Bakamus said he recently had conversation with Nick
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Robertson the Event Coordinator of the event. Bakamus reported that the event is
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somewhat up in the air for 2022. It is a great event and Bakamus is going to pursue the
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opportunity to play the game in Portland.
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INTERNATIONAL GAMES
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Due to Covid concerns there will be no International games in the near future according to
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The Spring Showcase will be held October 9 and 10 at Bellevue Community College. Rosters
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for the game are online. Showcase Coordinator Tim Gaebe said the games will return to the
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spring on April 30 & May 1 in 2022.
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CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT
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Tim Gaebe said sponsorship for WIBCA is going great!
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MEMBERSHIP
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Membership coordinator Kellen Drake reports that we currently have 175 members to
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WIBCA. He said there are approximately 1500 coaches in the WIAA portal. With the
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$1,000,000 liability insurance and free entry into State tournament events the $40.00 fee for
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NHSBCA
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Executive Director Sood reported that NHSBCA have monthly board meetings and there has