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Clint Heiber. Heiber started his magic in the right corner, skated parallel to the goal line, stick-handled through St. Joe forward Brian Reidy, and slipped the puck between Goaltender Nick Schmidt's pads.
Jared Vock. J.P. Joubert drew the penalty and Vock ripped the goal home, literally. Vock's shot appeared to go off of Joubert and in the net. After it was announced, Joubert confirmed that he didn't touch the puck, but it had ripped the armpit of his jersey, and Vock was awarded the goal.
Christien Joubert. Joubert scored on a breakway, despite being dragged down by 2 Perry defensemen. J.P. Joubert and McMahon assisted on the goal.
|Both Perry and St. Joseph's scored 15 goals in the AA State Tournament. Did both teams have at least two players who were on the ice for all 15 goals?||Indiana High School AA Hockey
Yes. Crazy as it sounds, J.P. Joubert, Christien Joubert, and Jeremy Milligan, were on the ice for every one of St. Joe's goals, while Clint Heiber and Luke Jones were on the ice for every Perry goal.
|In the Carroll/St. Joseph's game, play was halted momentarily in the third period, when Christien Joubert was tackled by who?||Indiana High School AA Hockey
Carroll goalie Kenny Hendricks. Joubert was standing still, inside the Carroll blue line, when Hendricks, irate with the lack of defense, took off from the crease, skated 75 feet, tackled Joubert and threw a few punches. Shockingly, no penalties were awarded.
Yes. In fact, Penn had a 4-3 lead going into the third period. Perry got 2 goals each from Clint Heiber and Luke Jones to secure the win.
|In Semi-Final #1, St. Joe played Fort Wayne Carroll, and the infamous, "Jumpin J," line went to work. The line did combine for 15 points, but did all three have a goal?||Indiana High School AA Hockey
No. While J.P. Joubert had 3 goals and 2 assists, and brother Christien had 2 goals and 3 assists, Jeremy Milligan earned 5 assists in the 7-2 blowout.
Fort Wayne Snider. Snider had won 6 Championships, St. Joseph's and Penn were next with 2, New Haven, Brebeuf, and Perry each had 1 title. North Central was 0-2 in title games while Carroll had never played for one.
f. Andrea Gage from New Haven was one of three females in the entire state to play at the High School level.
New Haven. #5 St. Joseph's recorded the upset over #4 New Haven, 3-0.
|In game 1, Carroll defeated North Central 6-1. However, two of their players were done for the rest of the State tournament. Why?||Indiana High School AA Hockey
They played in another tournament the same weekend. Aaron Soper and Brandon Warner were playing for the Fort Wayne Komets Bantam AA travel team, and had to play in a tournament for them.
|During Game 1, St. Joseph's goalie Paul Williams was knocked out when his head hit the crossbar. The Indians then put in Sophomore Nick Schmidt, who had played in only three games all year. What was the score when Schmidt entered the game?||Indiana High School AA Hockey
0-0. Schmidt was inserted into the game 3 minutes into the third period, and the Indians scored just 2 mintues later. They went on to win 3-0.
Overtime and A Shootout. In a Class A game before Game 2, Highland (East Chicago) and Lawrence (Indianapolis) went to overtime, and then a Shootout to decide the winner of their first round matchup, which was eventually won by Highland.
Illiana League (East Chicago). Fort Wayne Carroll, New Haven, and Fort Wayne Snider, represented Fort Wayne, St. Joseph's, and Penn, represented the MHSHL and Perry, Brebeuf, and North Central, represented Indianapolis.
|Mary did a dive with a D.D. of 1.8 at a 5 judge meet. Her scores were as follows: 5, 5.5, 6, 6, and 4.5. What was her total score for this dive?||High School Diving
29.7 points. To calculate a 5-judge dive score you first add up all of the scores (except for the highest and lowest scores), then you multiply your total by the D.D. (in this case, 1.8).
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107 B. Three and a half somersaults in the pike position is pretty hard to pull off. There are no dives #108 B or 107 D, and 107 C is a three and a half S.S. in the TUCK position. Tuck dives are always a lower D.D. than Pike dives.
1.2. Most beginning divers learn this dive first.
Inward 2 ½ S.S. in the pike pos.; 3.4. An inward 2 and a half somersaults.
|Mary was supposed to do dive 201 C. She did a back dive in the tuck position. Is this the correct dive?||High School Diving
|What happens if you stop on the diving board during your dive and then walk back to the beginning of the board and start your dive again?||High School Diving
It is counted as a balk and you receive 2.0 points off of every judges score. If you balk during the dive, but continue with it (meaning you complete the dive) it is counted as "failed".
6. You can do 11 dives at an invitational meet, sections meet, or state meet. You can do 3 dives at a duel meet if you are diving exibition.
|Mary did a dive. She was doing dive 5121 A. She did a front dive with one somersault and a half twist in the pike position. Should this dive be counted as a failed dive?||High School Diving
Yes. Dive 5121 A is a front dive with one somersault and a half twist in the straight position. Mary did her dive in the wrong position. For those of you wondering, this is how the dive number is calculated:
1. Each dive category is assigned a number as follows: Forward=1 Back=2 Reverse=3 Inward=4 and Twister=5. 2. All of the dives are three digit numbers (except for twister which has four digits)
3. The last number in a three digit dive stands for the amount of S.S. as follows: 1=none, 2=one S.S., 3=one and ½ S.S. etc.
4. The 2nd # in a five digit dive stands for the corresponding category (see 1.). 5. The 3rd # in a five digit dive stands for the amount of S.S. you do (see 3.). 6. The final # in a five digit dive stands for the amount of twists you complete as follows: 1=a ½ twist, 2=1 twist, 3=1 and ½ twists, etc. 7. Finally, the attached letter stands for the position that you are in as follows: A=straight, B=Pike, C=Tuck, D=Free Position.
Front, Back, Inward, Reverse, and Twister. "Flying" is a difficult type of dive that IS NOT a dive category. Flying dives fall into place with the corresponding category (i.e. a Forward Flying one S.S. is counted as a FORWARD dive and NOT a flying dive).
blocks. Sprinters push against the blocks for extra speed and jump at the begining of the race.
Getting spiked. None of these other "offences" even exsist in track and field. Seeing as the shoes worn in races are called spikes, it makes since that if you're kicked by one you're "spiked".
|In a long distance race(800 meters or above) how many steps are you allowed outside of the innermost lane (onto the infield) before you are disqualified?||High School Track and Field
Three. You are allowed three steps, one after the other, to get back onto the track.
The 800 medley relay. The medley relay is two 100s one 200 and one 400, it is also called the 800 meter medly relay.
The 110 meter and 300 meter hurdles. The boys hurdles are higher than the girls, but are also more spaced out.
The hop, the skip, and the jump. The triple jump is also called the hop,the skip, and the jump because jumpers first take a hop off of one foot, skip off of it again, and then jump off of both feet into the sand.
The 3,200 meter run. The 1,600 meter run is the second longest. The two mile doesn't exist (remember the mile conversion). The 100-meter dash is the shortest race.