APRIL BOARD OF MANAGERS AGENDA & MINUTES

 

April 4, 2017                         Porterville Veteran’s Building

Meeting:  9:30am                            Luncheon: 12:00

 

I.          Opening Business                          President: Marci Cranford

  1. Call to Order                                             9:40
  2. Flag Salute                                              MARTY BITTER LEAD THE FLAG SALUTE
  3. Roll Call                                                   ALL LEAGUES WERE PRESENT
  4. Introductions                                                         BILL FOLDEN…IMMANUEL CHRISTIAN; ERIN DAVENPORT, STATE CIF
  5. Adoption of Agenda                                           M/S/APPROVED
  6. Public Comments (Items not on agenda)    NONE

 

              Pursuant to Education Code 33353.2(c), any person wishing to

              Speak on any item on the agenda, or comment on the policies and

              Practices of the CIF-Central Section will be heard at this time.

  1. Identify closed session topics≥

 

II.      Communications

  1. Routine Communications received     NONE
  1. President
  2. Commissioner
  3. Leagues
  4. Area Supervisors

 

III.       Consent Agenda                                 M/S/APPRPVED

  a. Minutes from January 24, 2017

b. Warrants-January 21, 2016-March 24, 2017

c.  2017-2018 Budget

 

IV.       Presidents Report                                     Marci Cranford

            CONGRATULATED THE CLOVIS WEST GIRLS FOR WINNING THE STATE CIF OPEN DIVISION BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

V.        Closed Session                                  NONE

 

VI.       Commissioner’s Report

  1. State Commissioners Workshops           NEW SIT OUT PERIOD BEING WORKED ON; A NEW STATE MARKETING PROGRAM; WILL BE WORKING ON ENTRIES INTO NORTH FOR SPORTS TO BE SURE WE GET ENTRIES IN THE NORTH NEXT YEAR.

 

  1. 2017 Winter Playoff Financials      $82,000… RECEIVED $70, 922 WITH 34 GANES AND SELLAND AREA STILL OUT
  2. Lifetime Passes….APPROVED THOSE WHO QUALIFIED
  3. Distinguished Service Award Winners…..FRANK THIESSEN FROM BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN AND ELLEN PETERSEN FROM YOSEMITE WERE HONORED

 

DAN SWAGERTY FROM CAL COACHES ALSO HONORED CALIF. BOYS SOCCER NFHS COACH OF THE YEAR:

MICHALE JORDAN FROM FARMERSVILLE

 

AND GIRLS NFHS REGIONAL WATER POLO COACH OF THE YEAR    PATRICK HENDRICKS FROM EXETER

 

 

 

VII.      State CIF Federated Council Managements Services Action Items

  1. Proposed Budget for 2017-2018 (Will be distributed at the meeting.)  A projected budget for the 2017-2018 will be presented to the Federated Council for review and discussion.   

1.Proposed Budget

2. Budget Notes                                    APPROVED

 

b. CIF Executive Committee Nominations

The CIF Nominating Committee, as Per Bylaw 70.E., met by conference call

and nominated candidates listed (see portfolio for list) for the position of

President Elect and no less than seven individuals for a one-year term, 2016-

2017, to serve on the CIF Executive Committee. Additional nominations will

also be accepted from the floor.  VOTE MARTY BITTER & CONSCIOUS ON OTHERS

 

c. Proposed Bylaws 504; 1200; 1700; 1701; 1702 Competitive Cheer

The proposed bylaw additions would add Competitive Cheer to the CIF

Approved Sports. Further, these bylaw additions would require that all

individuals who coach competitive cheer must fulfill nationally recognized

safety training standards as mandated by A.B. 949.  APPROVED

 

 

d. Proposed Revision Bylaws 1606; 2401; 2901; 2902 Competitive Equity

    Placement

The proposed bylaw revision would revise the placement of teams into

Regional and State Playoffs in the sports of Basketball, Soccer and Girls and

Boys Volleyball to be based upon a “Competitive Equity” model and not

       enrollment or section divisions.   APPROVED

 

 

e. Proposed Bylaws Revisions 503.B.1 - Uniform Administrative Penalty

This proposed Bylaw Revision would create a uniformed penalty in the

case where it is determined by the CIF Section that an ineligible

student competed due to the failure of the school administration to

submit proper CIF Section transfer eligibility application or forms

which would have, had it been submitted in a timely manner and

reviewed by the section, resulted in immediate eligibility in that sport.

This proposal is an outcome of a Federated Council roundtable

discussion. This proposal will be finalized following the January 11,

 

Federated Council as a 1st reading item.  APPROVED

 

f. Proposed Revision Bylaws 206, 207, 510, 1100 – Athletically Motivated

   Transfers

The proposed bylaw revisions would eliminate some wording regarding

“Athletically Motivated Transfers” and would continue the language

regarding “following a coach.” This proposal is an outcome of a Federated

Council roundtable discussion and direction to the Commissioners

Committee.    APPROVED

 

g. Proposed Bylaws 1206 Standardized Number of Contests

The proposed new bylaw would create a standardized number of

maximum contests in sports that culminate in a Regional or State

Championship. This proposal is an outcome of a Federated Council

roundtable discussion. This proposal will be finalized following the

January 11, 2017 Commissioners Committee meeting and distributed

at the Federated Council as a 1st reading item.   APPROVED

 

 

h. Proposed Bylaws 900 All Star Contests

The proposed bylaw revision would modify the wording of the current

bylaw further clarifying factors determining what is an “all-star”

competition and who may participate. This proposal will be finalized

following the January 11, 2017 Commissioners Committee meeting

and distributed at the Federated Council as a 1st reading item.  APPROVED

 

 

 

VIII.     State CIF Federated Council Managements Services Non-Action Items

  1. Deleting 1906.b in regards to Football Tie Breaker.  Move the decision on tie breaker yardage to Blue Pages of the Handbook.
  2. Sit out period change from set date to 50% of the days in a season.

 

IX.       CIF Central Section Non Action Items, First Readings,

            Information

  1. Winter Division Placement 2017-2019
  2. Soccer Advisory Report

 

X.        CIF Central Section Action Items

  1. Track Proposal to make the sport into a competitive equity model-3 Area Meets  TABLED AREA CONCEPT---REMOVED INJURED ATHLETE ITEM 8.8.5
  2. Cross Country Advisory Report  DENIED RESERVE RACE; APPROVED TIME CHANGES; APPROVED ENTRY FEE PRICE INCREASE; DENIED RETURN TO C-BEDs VS. COMPETITIVE EQUITY
  3. Wrestling Proposal to make the sport into a competitive equity model-3 Area Tournaments  TABLED

 

Proposal to make Girls Volleyball single site venue a permanent concept. APPROVED

 

Fall Sports Divisional Placement Proposal 2017-2019  APPROVED

 

League Placement 2018-2022  APPROVED

 

Article 34 Addition to Division Placement Criteria   APPROVED

 

Proposed Criteria for Play-Off Seeding for Tennis, Water Polo, Volleyball, Soccer, Baseball and             Softball    APPROVED

 

  1. Voting for President Elect   MATT SOZINHO

 

Hi-Lo Desert League into Central Section…. APPROVED

 

THE COMMISSIONER PRESENTED OUTGOING PRESIDENT MARCI CRANFORD WITH A GIFT CERTIFICATE AND THANKED HER FOR HER SERVICE AS PRESIDENT

 

 

 

XI.       Adjourn    BY PRESIDENT MARTY BITTER        12:10PM

 

 

Next Scheduled meeting October 3, 2017

 

 

 

Back-up Materials for Central Section CIF Board of Managers Meeting

 

IX.   CIF Central Section Non Action Items, First Readings, Information

             

  1. Winter Division Placement 2017-2019

Proposal will be handed out at the Board of Manager’s Meeting

 

X.   CIF Central Section Action Items:

 

  1. Cross Country Advisory Report:

Proposal 1.  Passed unanimously

The Sectional Championship will include a RESERVE RACE for the alternates to the championships.  The schools will pay an entry fee for the alternates and the alternates will need to wear their assigned bibs to check into the race.  The clerks will check in the runners of the race to make sure only registered runners are in the race.  No awards will be given in the race.

 

Wednesday morning, I was informed by the CIF that this is contradictory to the rule and cannot be implemented this year.  

 

This proposal will change rule 3.1.2 of Cross Country Governing Rule, Italicized addition:

 

  1.  

Entries- Varsity boys and girls only.  A team will consist of 5 to 7 runners from any one school of boys and girls.  Entries of less than 5 from one school will be considered individual entries, and will compete only for individual awards.  Their order o finish will not be considered in the team scoring.  The alternates to the Varsity Race may run in the Reserve Race.  The team will be charged the entry fee for their alternates.

 

Proposal 2.  Passed.  High Desert was the dissenting vote.

The time schedule for the Sectional Championship will be the same order as the State Championship.

 

This proposal will change rule 3.1.7 of Cross Country Governing Rule, Italicized addition, cross out deleted:

 

Time schedule.  The time schedule for the Sectional Meet will be as follows:  11:00 AM-D-5 Girls; 11:30 AM-D-4 Boys; 12:00PM-D-5 boys; 12:30 PM-D-4 Girls; *1:00--D-3 Girls; 1:30-Reserve race; 2:00--D-3 Boys; 2:30--D-1 Girls; 3:00--D-2 Boys; 3:30--D-2 Girls; 4:00--D-1 Boys.  *Rotate last three divisions each year.  The first race for the Sectional Meet will be at 11:00 AM.  The order of the races will be the same as the order California State Championships.

 

 

 

 

This schedule would be implemented this year, since the State Meet schedule for 2016 doesn’t contradict our Governing Rules.  The schedule for 2016 will be:

 

11:00 Division IV Boys; 11:30 Division V Boys; 12:00 Division IV Girls; 12:30 Division V Girls; 1:00Division 1 Boys; 1:30 Division II Girls; 2:00 Division III Boys; 2:30 Division 1 Girls; 3:00 Division 2 Boys; Division 3 Girls.

 

Note that there is no reserve race for 2016.

 

Proposal 3.  Passed unanimously  

Entry Fee Schedule.  After discussion, the original proposal was modified to $6.00 per athlete with a maximum of $300.  This fee schedule will be included in the Playoff Procedures of the Rules and the General Rules section of the Governing Regulations.  Therefore, we will add section 1.9 Entry Fee.  Italicized addition, cross out deleted:

 

  1.  

 

and we change 3.1.5 of the Regulations to:

 

3.1.5.  Awards. Entry fees are $6.00 per individual and $180 $300 maximum per school. (See CIF Central Section Awards Chart in back of Constitution and By-Laws.).

 

If proposal 1 and proposal 3 both pass the Board of Managers, then 

 

3.1.5.  Awards. Entry fees are $6.00 per individual including alternates and $180 $300maximum per school. (See CIF Central Section Awards Chart in back of Constitution and By-Laws.).

 

Proposal 4 Passed unanimously.

We propose that for Cross Country only, for the Central Section, we revert back to divisional placement strictly by enrollment.  The Central Section will place the largest 25% of schools larger than an enrollment of 600 in division 1, the second 25% in division 2, the third 25% in division 3, and the fourth 25% plus the extra schools into division 4, with the extra schools into Division 4.  All schools with an enrollment less than 600 will be placed in Division 5.

 

Below is a table of the proposed divisions IF WE WERE TO USE THE PRESENT CBEDS which of course changes year to year.  CBEDS taken from CIF website.  There are 78 schools above 600  enrollment, 78÷4=19 r. 2 there below would be an example of the proposal.

 

This proposal follows closely the procedures used by San Diego, Southern, & Los Angeles Sections.  San Diego evaluates their divisions annually and this is the procedure our Advisory Committee would like to follow.

 

The discussion was lengthy.  It was pointed out that none of the other nine sections used competitive equity in cross country by many of the sections use competitive equity in their other sports.

 

There were actually two votes.  The first vote was should our section use enrollment to determine the five divisions.  That passed unanimously. Then the second vote was to decide which process should we implement.  The vote was whether to imitate the Sac-Joaquin’s method for determining divisions or the San Diego method.  The Advisory Committee voted unanimously for the San Diego method.  

 

  1. Wrestling Competitive Equity Proposal:

The proposal is to make Wrestling in the Central Section into a Competitive Equity Model.

         There would be Three Divisional Meets, North, Central and South and would eliminate the

         Sierra/Sequoia Meet.  Each Area Meet would be a 32- man bracket, in which all schools would receive one

         entry in each weight class.  This proposal will give all schools large, medium and small the same opportunity

         to gain entry into the Grand Masters Meet.  There will be a set amount of automatic qualifiers out of each

         Area Meet, with the additional entries being awarded by success by an Area in the two previous Grand

         Masters Meet.  The spots will be given to Areas based upon the number of medals achieved at the Grand    

         Masters.

 

 

  1. Track & Field Competitive Equity Model:

The proposal is to make Wrestling in the Central Section into a Competitive Equity Model.

There would be Three Divisional Meets, North, Central and South and would eliminate the

Sierra/Sequoia Meet.  The qualifying Details for the Grand Masters will be developed by the Track Advisory.

 

  1. Proposal to make Girls Volleyball Championships at a single site venue a permanent concept:

After completing two very successful years under a pilot program, the section office is requesting to make the Girls Volleyball Championships at a Single Site Venue a permanent Concept.  Below are the payouts to school from the last three years.  This 2014-2015 payouts were at individual school sites.

                               

 

          2014-2015                                   2015-2016                    2016-2017

  1.  

Clovis vs Clovis North

  1.  
  1.  

Liberty vs Clovis East

  1.  
  1.  

Clovis West vs Liberty

  1.  
  •  

CVC vs Redwood

  1.  
  •  

CVC vs Independence

  1.  
  •  

Exeter vs Garces

  1.  
  1.  

SJM vs BCHS

  1.  
  1.  

Mission Oak vs BCHS

  1.  
  1.  

Mission Oak vs BCHS

  1.  
  1.  

Fowler vs Kingsburg

  1.  
  1.  

Sierra vs Minarets

  1.  
  1.  

Minarets vs Sierra

  1.  
  1.  

Caruthers vs Frazier Mountain

  1.  
  1.  

Immanuel vs Frazier Mountain

  1.  
  1.  

Immanuel vs Frazier Mountain

  1.  

 

 

                 e. Fall Sports Divisional Placement Proposal 2017-2019

 

 

Fall Division Placement Proposal Football 2017-2019

 

 

 

Color Code:  Move Up a Division Move Down a Division 8-Man Football

Division 1

Pts.

Division      2

Pts.

Division  3

Pts.

Division 4

Pts.

Division 5

Pts.

Division 6

Pts.

Bakersfield

77

Dinuba

50

BCHS

85

CVC

74

Bishop

18

Avenal

68

Buchanan

53

Garces

22

Fresno

38

Cesar Chavez

77

Caruthers

33

California City

58

Bullard

33

Independence

13

Golden Valley

28

Exeter

15

Corcoran

45

Frazier Mountain

14

Centennial

57

Lemoore

64

Highland

20

Golden West

52

Dos Palos

47

Granite Hills

0

Central

57

Redwood

27

Madera

35

Kerman

35

Farmersville

22

Laton

0

Clovis

78

Sunnyside

46

Mission Oak

27

Liberty M/R

60

Firebaugh

53

McFarland

28

Clovis North

61

Tulare Union

55

North

15

Madera South

51

Fowler

50

Minarets

0

Clovis West

58

West

15

South

53

Roosevelt

18

Immanuel

87

Orange Cove

18

Edison

82

El Diamante

35

Tulare Western

80

Selma

70

Kern Valley

40

Riverdale

35

Liberty

114

Clovis East

0

Tehachapi

35

Taft

33

Sierra

43

Sierra Pacific

76

Sanger

102

Stockdale

0

SJM

78

Washington

40

Woodlake

43

Strathmore

61

Ridgeview

137

Frontier

0

Kingsburg

51

Wasco

20

Yosemite

20

Tranquillity

32

 

 

Hanford

129

Chowchilla

103

Porterville

0

Desert

15

Orosi

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reedley

0

Hanford West

0

Parlier

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Delano

0

McLane

0

Rosamond

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hoover

0

Mira Monte

0

Shafter

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monache

0

Arvin

0

Lindsay

0

 

 

 

 

 

Fall Division Placement Proposal Girls Volleyball 2017-2019

 

Division 1

Pts.

Division 2

Pts.

Division 3

Pts.

Division 4

Pts.

Division 5

Pts.

Bakersfield

8

Exeter

67

Arvin

58

Bishop

15

Alpaugh

13

Buchanan

33

Golden West

15

Cesar Chavez

33

Chowchilla

18

California City

53

Centennial

25

Highland

8

East

35

Coalinga

18

Caruthers

65

Central

66

Hoover

15

Hanford West

25

Dos Palos

61

Fresno Christian

30

Clovis

82

Independence

77

Mission Oak

89

Fowler

52

Kern Valley

15

Clovis East

82

Lemoore

15

North

5

Kingsburg

68

Kings Christian

46

Clovis North

52

Madera

20

SJM

73

Liberty M/R

67

Laton

47

Clovis West

80

Monache

20

Woodlake

58

McFarland

15

Wonderful

13

Frontier

56

Mt. Whitney

15

Yosemite

65

Orange Cove

5

Riverdale

0

Liberty

89

Redwood

62

Reedley

33

Strathmore

18

Tranquillity

0

Stockdale

40

Ridgeview

0

Minarets

107

Taft

67

Mendota

0

CVC

107

Sanger

56

Sierra

109

Washington

5

Avenal

0

Garces

95

Tulare Union

38

Edison

0

Frazier Mountain

123

Corcroan

0

 

 

El Diamante

18

Madera South

0

Immanuel

96

Delano

0

 

 

Tehachapi

20

Shafter

0

Dinuba

0

Farmersville

0

 

 

BCHS

156

Tulare Western

0

Foothill

0

Firebaugh

0

 

 

Bullard

0

 

 

Fresno

0

Granite Hills

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Golden Valley

0

Kerman

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hanford

0

Lindsay

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

McLane

0

Orosi

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mira Monte

0

Parlier

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Porterville

0

RFK

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roosevelt

0

Rosamond

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunnyside

0

Selma

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

West

0

Sierra Pacific

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

South

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wasco

0

 

Fall Division Placement Proposal Girls Golf 2017-2019

 

Girls Golf

Division 1

Pts.

Girls Golf

Division 2

Pts.

Girls Golf

Division 3

Pts.

 

 

 

 

Buchanan

 

Bakersfield

 

Arvin

 

Kerman

 

Tehachapi

 

Bullard

 

BCHS

 

Avenal

 

Kern Valley

 

Tranquillity

 

Centennial

 

CVC

 

Bishop

 

Liberty M/R

 

Tulare Union

 

Clovis

 

El Diamante

 

Cal City

 

Lindsay

 

Tulare Western

 

Clovis East

 

Kingsburg

 

Cesar Chavez

 

Madera

 

Wasco

 

Clovis North

 

Mission Oak

 

Chowchilla

 

Madera South

 

West

 

Clovis West

 

Mt. Whitney

 

Delano

 

Mira Monte

 

SJM

 

Frontier

 

Yosemite

 

Dinuba

 

North

 

Ridgeview

 

Garces

 

Central

 

Dos Palos

 

Reedley

 

Porterville

 

Liberty

 

Monache

 

East

 

RFK

 

Hanford West

 

Stockdale

 

Redwood

 

Edison

 

Roosevelt

 

Taft

 

Lemoore

 

Sanger

 

Foothill

 

Rosamond

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frazier Mountain

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Golden Valley

 

Selma

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Golden West

 

Shafter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Granite Hills

 

Sierra

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hanford

 

Sierra Pacific

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Highland

 

South

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hoover

 

Strathmore

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Independence

 

Sunnyside

 

 

 

 

Fall Division Placement Proposal Cross Country 2017-2019

 

Boys Division 1

Pts.

Boys Division 2

Pts.

Boys Division 3

Pts.

Boys Division 4

Pts.

Boys Division 5

Pts.

Bakersfield

20

El Diamante

10

Arvin

10

Avenal

80

California City

10

Buchanan

50

Highland

20

Corcoran

45

BCHS

10

Caruthers

50

Centennial

10

Liberty

50

Edison

20

Bishop

20

CVC

75

Clovis

65

Madera

20

Foothill

50

Coalinga

40

Frazier Mountain

0

Clovis East

30

Mt. Whitney

10

Golden Valley

10

Firebaugh

10

Fresno Christian

0

Clovis North

55

Reedley

65

Independence

50

Kingsburg

10

Immanuel

35

Clovis West

0

Roosevelt

20

North

70

Parlier

10

Kern Valley

0

Madera South

120

Sanger

30

Ridgeview

25

RFK

20

Kings Christian

0

McFarland

35

Shafter

65

Selma

10

Rosamond

50

Laton

0

Stockdale

10

Monache

50

South

10

SJM

25

Liberty M/R

30

Redwood

80

Bullard

0

Wasco

20

Taft

20

Minarets

20

 

 

Dinuba

90

East

0

Woodlake

10

Riverdale

30

 

 

 

 

Frontier

0

Central

0

Sierra

0

 

 

 

 

Golden West

0

Cesar Chavez

0

Tranquillity

55

 

 

 

 

Hoover

0

Delano

0

Desert

10

 

 

 

 

Sunnyside

0

Exeter

0

Chowchilla

0

 

 

 

 

Tulare Union

0

Fresno

0

Dos Palos

0

 

 

 

 

Tulare Western

0

Garces

0

Farmersville

0

 

 

 

 

Kerman

105

Hanford

0

Granite Hills

0

 

 

 

 

Mission Oak

 

Hanford West

0

Lindsay

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lemoore

0

Mendota

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

McLane

0

Orange Cove

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mira Monte

0

Orosi

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Porterville

0

Sierra Pacific

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tehachapi

0

Strathmore

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

West

0

Washington

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yosemite

0

Fowler

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wonderful

95

 

 

 

Girls Division 1

Pts.

Girls Division 2

Pts.

Girls Division 3

Pts.

Girls Division 4

Pts.

Girls Division 5

Pts.

Bakersfield

20

East

30

Delano

10

Bishop

50

California City

0

Buchanan

50

Frontier

30

Exeter

25

Coalinga

10

Caruthers

80

Centennial

10

Golden West

20

Foothill

40

Corcoran

50

Frazier Mountain

0

Clovis

65

Madera

65

Garces

10

Firebaugh

10

Fresno Christian

0

Clovis East

30

Monache

40

Independence

10

Fowler

10

Immanuel

10

Clovis North

55

Mt. Whitney

35

Independence

20

Kingsburg

20

Kern Valley

20

Clovis West

0

Redwood

30

Kerman

35

Liberty M/R

55

Minarets

20

Madera South

120

Sanger

10

Porterville

10

Mendota

10

Wonderful

65

Stockdale

10

Tulare Western

320

Ridgeview

25

Rosamond

60

Sierra

0

McFarland

105

Liberty

60

Roosevelt

15

Taft

10

Tranquillity

30

 

 

Bullard

0

Selma

10

Arvin

0

Riverdale

30

 

 

Shafter

0

Wasco

15

Central

0

Desert

0

 

 

North

90

South

0

Cesar Chavez

0

Avenal

0

 

 

 

 

Edison

0

Fresno

0

Chowchilla

0

 

 

 

 

El Diamante

0

Golden Valley

0

Farmersville

 

 

 

 

 

Hoover

0

Hanford

0

Granite Hills

0

 

 

 

 

Reedley

0

Hanford West

0

Lindsay

0

 

 

 

 

Sunnyside

0

Highland

0

Orange Cove

0

 

 

 

 

Tulare Union

0

Lemoore

0

Orosi

0

 

 

 

 

CVC

95

McLane

0

Parlier

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mira Monte

0

RFK

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mission Oak

0

SJM

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tehachapi

0

Sierra Pacific

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

West

0

Strathmore

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yosemite

0

Washington

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

BCHS

105

Woodlake

0

 

 

Fall Division Placement Proposal Girls Tennis 2017-2019

 

Girls Division 1

Pts.

Girls Division 2

Pts.

Girls Division    3

Pts.

Girls Division 4

Pts.

Girls Division   5

Pts.

Girls Division    5

Pts.

Buchanan

139

Bakersfield

99

Foothill

18

Cesar Chavez

14

Avenal

0

RFK

0

Bullard

55

Centennial

18

Hoover

5

Chowchilla

67

Bishop

0

Roosevelt

54

Clovis

30

Edison

45

Lemoore

52

Coalinga

23

California City

0

Rosamond

0

Clovis East

33

El Diamante

42

Liberty M/R

87

Delano

14

Caruthers

59

Shafter

15

Clovis North

93

Golden West

23

Madera

15

Dinuba

15

Dos Palos

51

Tranquillity

0

Clovis West

67

Monache

61

North

35

Independence

52

Farmersville

0

Washington

0

Garces

40

Mt. Whitney

5

Porterville

70

Kerman

36

Firebaugh

87

Mission Oak

0

Liberty

38

Reedley

15

Selma

42

McLane

26

Fowler

13

Sierra

0

SJM

40

Ridgeview

36

Sunnyside

30

Strathmore

37

Fresno Christian

0

South

0

Stockdale

80

Tulare Union

15

Taft

33

Woodlake

30

Frazier Mountain

0

Arvin

0

BCHS

154

Sanger

50

Tulare Western

23

East

0

Kern Valley

28

Fresno

0

 

 

Redwood

62

West

25

Exeter

0

Kings Christian

0

Golden Valley

0

 

 

Frontier

0

Yosemite

5

Hanford West

0

Laton

0

Granite Hills

0

 

 

Central

0

Tulare Union

33

Highland

0

Lindsay

0

Hanford

0

 

 

Immanuel

103

Tehachapi

0

Madera South

0

McFarland

0

Kingsburg

0

 

 

 

 

Corcoran

102

Sierra Pacific

117

Mendota

0

Mira Monte

0

 

 

 

 

Wasco

100

CVC

95

Orange Cove

28

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Orosi

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parlier

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Riverdale

0

 

 

 

 

Fall Division Placement Proposal Water Polo 2017-2019

 

 

 

Boys Division 1

Pts.

Boys Division 2

Pts.

Boys Division    3

Pts.

Girls Division 1

Pts.

Girls Division 2

Pts.

Girls Division 3

Pts.

Buchanan

94

Central

30

BCHS

0

Buchanan

56

Edison

51

BCHS

0

Bullard

45

El Diamante

52

Chowchilla

0

Bullard

30

Exeter

40

Chowchilla

31

Clovis

114

Fresno

15

Dinuba

15

Clovis

126

Garces

79

Dinuba

0

Clovis East

41

Hoover

18

Edison

87

Clovis East

15

Madera

58

Granite Hills

0

Clovis North

68

Kingsburg

38

Exeter

66

Clovis North

75

Redwood

25

Hoover

0

Clovis West

59

Lemoore

60

Granite Hills

0

Clovis West

141

SJM

30

Kingsburg

51

SJM

27

Mt. Whitney

23

Hanford

37

Monache

38

Sunnyside

10

Lemoore

20

Golden West

70

Sanger

28

Hanford West

75

Porterville

38

Tulare Union

53

Madera South

15

Porterville

107

Sunnyside

15

Madera

56

Sanger

73

Golden West

91

McLane

0

Redwood

126

Monache

55

Madera South

0

Hanford

101

Hanford West

0

Mission Oak

15

 

 

Tulare Union

0

McLane

0

EL Diamante

100

Strathmore

85

Sierra Pacific

60

 

 

Garces

104

Mission Oak

15

 

 

Reedley

93

Tulare Western

0

 

 

 

 

Reedley

67

 

 

Selma

92

Mt. Whitney

0

 

 

 

 

Roosevelt

0

 

 

 

 

Central

0

 

 

 

 

Selma

0

 

 

 

 

Fresno

0

 

 

 

 

Sierra

15

 

 

 

 

Sierra

0

 

 

 

 

Sierra Pacific

0

 

 

 

 

Yosemite

0

 

 

 

 

Strathmore

63

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tulare Western

13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yosemite

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              f.  League Placement Proposal 2018-2022:

  •  

 

  Change

                          Status Quo

Admin Placement in Sports not offered in the ESIL, Tennis, Golf, Soccer, Track and Swimming

Admin Placement in Sports not offered in the ESIL, Soccer, Cross Country and Track

Admin Placement in Sports not offered in the ESIL, Soccer and Cross Country

 

SYL

SEYL

SWYL

EYL

BCHS

East

Bakersfield

Delano

  Golden Valley

Foothill

Centennial

Mission Oak

Independence

Highland

Frontier

Monache

Ridgeview

Mira Monte

Garces

Porterville

Tehachapi

North

Liberty

Tulare Union

West

South

Stockdale

Tulare Western

WYL

CMAC

NYL

TRAC

El Diamante

Bullard

Fresno High

Buchanan

Golden West

Edison

Hoover

Central

Hanford

Madera

McLane

Clovis

Lemoore

Madera South

Reedley

Clovis East

Mt. Whitney

Sanger

Roosevelt

Clovis North

Redwood

San Joaquin Memorial

Sunnyside

Clovis West

SSL

ESL

CSL

NSL

McFarland

Farmersville

Dinuba

Chowchilla

Arvin

Corcoran

Central Valley Christian

Kerman

Cesar Chavez

Granite Hills

Exeter

Liberty Madera Ranchos

Robert F. Kennedy

Lindsay

Immanuel

Sierra

Shafter

Sierra Pacific

Kingsburg

Washington Union

Taft

Strathmore

Selma

Yosemite

Wasco

Woodlake

HW

 

Wonderful College Prep

Summit Charter

 
 

WSL      

ESIL

WSIL

High Desert

Orange Cove

Laton

Avenal

Bishop

Caruthers

Summit Charter

Coalinga

California City

Fowler

Alpaugh

Dos Palos

Desert

Orosi

Kings Christian

Firebaugh

Frazier Mountain

Minarets

Wonderful College Prep

Mendota

Kern Valley

Parlier

Fresno Christian

Tranquillity

Rosamond

Riverdale

 
 
 

Fresno Christian

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Article 34 Addition to Division Placement Criteria

 

The Division Placement Committee will be allowed to use the following criteria to help determine which schools move up or down a division when there are multiple teams be considered for movement.

      

  1. Strength of Schedule
  2. Record vs. Common Opponents
  3. Record vs. Opponents in the same Division of Higher

 

  1. Proposed Criteria for Play-Off Seeding for Tennis, Water Polo, Volleyball, Soccer, Baseball and Softball

 

The Seeding Committee will use the mandatory coach’s rankings as a starting point for determining the seeding placement of teams.  A team that receives a preponderance of the votes for a position shall receive the seed.  If a no team gets a preponderance of the votes in the opinion of the committee. The committee will use the point system listed below to determine the seed.

 

The process will remain as currently done with each criteria being worth one point.

 

  1. Head to Head
  2. Overall Record
  3. Record vs. Common Opponents
  4. Maxpreps Strength of Schedule
  5. Place in Same League
  6. MaxPreps Rankings

 

 

If Maxpreps does not have a Strength of Schedule, that Criteria Will Not be used.

 

Coaches Mandatory Rankings will be used as a starting point.  If a coach does not turn in their division rankings, THEY WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR A SEEDED PLACE IN THE BRACKET.

 

  1.  President Elect Nominees:

Matt Sozinho, Redwood High School

Dan Swaggerty, Farmersville High School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 4, 2017                                       Porterville Veteran’s Building

Meeting:  9:30am                            Luncheon: 12:00

 

I.          Opening Business                          President: Marci Cranford

  1. Call to Order
  2. Flag Salute
  3. Roll Call
  4. Introductions
  5. Adoption of Agenda
  6. Public Comments (Items not on agenda)

 

              Pursuant to Education Code 33353.2(c), any person wishing to

              Speak on any item on the agenda, or comment on the policies and

              Practices of the CIF-Central Section will be heard at this time.

  1. Identify closed session topics

 

II.      Communications

  1. Routine Communications received
  1. President
  2. Commissioner
  3. Leagues
  4. Area Supervisors

 

III.       Consent Agenda

  a. Minutes from January 24, 2017

b. Warrants-January 21, 2016-March 24, 2017

 

IV.       Presidents Report                                     Marci Cranford

           

V.        Closed Session

 

VI.       Commissioner’s Report

  1. State Commissioners Workshops
  2. 2017 Winter Playoff Financials
  3. Lifetime Passes
  4. Distinguished Service Award Winners

 

 

VII.      State CIF Federated Council Managements Services Action Items

  1. Proposed Budget for 2017-2018 (Will be distributed at the meeting.)  A projected budget for the 2017-2018 will be presented to the Federated Council for review and discussion.

1.Proposed Budget

2. Budget Notes

 

b. CIF Executive Committee Nominations

The CIF Nominating Committee, as Per Bylaw 70.E., met by conference call

and nominated candidates listed (see portfolio for list) for the position of

President Elect and no less than seven individuals for a one-year term, 2016-

2017, to serve on the CIF Executive Committee. Additional nominations will

also be accepted from the floor.

 

c. Proposed Bylaws 504; 1200; 1700; 1701; 1702 Competitive Cheer

The proposed bylaw additions would add Competitive Cheer to the CIF

Approved Sports. Further, these bylaw additions would require that all

individuals who coach competitive cheer must fulfill nationally recognized

safety training standards as mandated by A.B. 949.

 

d. Proposed Revision Bylaws 1606; 2401; 2901; 2902 Competitive Equity

    Placement

The proposed bylaw revision would revise the placement of teams into

Regional and State Playoffs in the sports of Basketball, Soccer and Girls and

Boys Volleyball to be based upon a “Competitive Equity” model and not

enrollment or section divisions.

 

e. Proposed Bylaws Revisions 503.B.1 - Uniform Administrative Penalty

This proposed Bylaw Revision would create a uniformed penalty in the

case where it is determined by the CIF Section that an ineligible

student competed due to the failure of the school administration to

submit proper CIF Section transfer eligibility application or forms

which would have, had it been submitted in a timely manner and

reviewed by the section, resulted in immediate eligibility in that sport.

This proposal is an outcome of a Federated Council roundtable

discussion. This proposal will be finalized following the January 11,

2017 Commissioners Committee meeting and distributed at the

Federated Council as a 1st reading item.

 

f. Proposed Revision Bylaws 206, 207, 510, 1100 – Athletically Motivated

   Transfers

The proposed bylaw revisions would eliminate some wording regarding

“Athletically Motivated Transfers” and would continue the language

regarding “following a coach.” This proposal is an outcome of a Federated

Council roundtable discussion and direction to the Commissioners

Committee.

 

 

g. Proposed Bylaws 1206 Standardized Number of Contests

The proposed new bylaw would create a standardized number of

maximum contests in sports that culminate in a Regional or State

Championship. This proposal is an outcome of a Federated Council

roundtable discussion. This proposal will be finalized following the

January 11, 2017 Commissioners Committee meeting and distributed

at the Federated Council as a 1st reading item.

 

h. Proposed Bylaws 900 All Star Contests

The proposed bylaw revision would modify the wording of the current

bylaw further clarifying factors determining what is an “all-star”

competition and who may participate. This proposal will be finalized

following the January 11, 2017 Commissioners Committee meeting

and distributed at the Federated Council as a 1st reading item.

 

VIII.     State CIF Federated Council Managements Services Non-Action Items

 

IX.       CIF Central Section Non Action Items, First Readings,

            Information

              a.    Winter Division Placement 2017-2019

X.        CIF Central Section Action Items

  1. Cross Country Advisory Report
  2. Wrestling Proposal to make the sport into a competitive equity model-3 Area Tournaments
  3. Track Proposal to make the sport into a competitive equity model-3 Area Meets
  4. Proposal to make Girls Volleyball single site venue a permanent concept.
  5. Fall Sports Divisional Placement Proposal 2017-2019

 

XI.       Adjourn

Next Scheduled meeting OCT. 3, 2017

 

 

 

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