All-Time Track & Field based on a Track Meet Scoring
The ReSporter has compiled a different way of showing the best Hawk athletes based on scoring their All-Time Events just like a Track Meet would determine a winning School.
For instance, Jordan Anderson has the best 100 meter dash and for that he would accumulate 10 points for that event. The second place student would get 8 points and so on to the 6th place finish.
In a track meet the points for events are: 1st Place: 10 2nd Place: 8 3rd Place: 6 4th Place: 4 5th Place: 2 6th Place: 1
Another note is the number events is not limited to 5 as a Meet would observe and if a Hawk athlete is in the top 6 in more than five events then those points would continue to add up.
Relays would have a first place with 5 points for each runner and 2nd place would have 4 points per athlete and so on.
However, if an athlete is on the No. 1 Relay team the The ReSporter would not use that athlete again if they were on one of the other 5 relay times.
Make sense? If not, then just have trust in the process and know that it can be clear as mud if you can find The ReSporter at a Hawk Sporting venue.
One last note, if there is a tie then the tie breaker would be based on giving more weight to the athlete that is in 1st on the All-Time list on any given event. That would continue if they finished 2nd or 3rd and so on.
For instance, below, Jessica Cunningham and Alysha Perez are both tied with 30 points. Since Cunningham is still No. 1 in three events, then that would put her ahead of Perez for the tie breaker.
The Ladies Pts Top Ten The Men Pts 1st: Bailey Drum 40 Jordan Anderson 55 2nd: Skylar Hurst 38 Caimen McDonough 32 3rd: Mariah Ellis 37 Lester Boehm 26 4th: Jessica Cunningham 30 Brandon Courtney 25 5th: Alysha Perez 30 Heath McDonough 19 6th: Madison Churbe 27 Jacob Foster 16 7th: Hannah Graves 26 Gerrit Wilkins 16 8th: Audrey Schulze 25 Doug Hubnik 16 9th: Marisa Ellis 24 Eduardo Covarrubias 16 10th: Kaelin Simmons 20 Daniel Camarillo 16