I don't get it! there was big gyms with nothing in them or the events could have been somewhere else. Why would they have wright stuff thereMichigan State top times:
1. Plymouth Christian 2:55.6
2. Stevensville Lakeshore 2:33.2
3. White Pines 2:25.1
4. Scranton 2:24.6
5. Sacred Heart Academy 2:01.6
6. Paw Paw 1:59.8
1:30 takes you down to 24th
1:00 takes you to 28th
0:30 takes you to 35th
Gym height is on order of 24 ft to peak, but hanging fans (OFF!) probably drop it to 20 to 22 usable.
Great job to all the students!
I know this is kind of late, but seeing as I can't open the medals sheet, do you know what teams came in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd?The best time was 4:00 on the state bonus wing. Calculated out it was 4:48. It was very impressive to watch. AA winner was around 4:30 also impressive. Our best time was 4:05, in practice 3:25 when it counted. It was enough for 4th place AA.
The height was 27 feet. There was a large center portion with no girders in the center. There were some girders to the end that didn't seem to be much of a problem.NY's top time was 3:18, achieved by competitors from Wisdom Lane. A bit under two minutes wrapped up the medals. As well, Maine Endwell got the top Helicopter time, with 76.15 seconds. Both were held in a gym with a decent sized ceiling-I'm terrible at estimating height so I won't fill your head with faulty information. There were some hazards, folded up basketball hoops, girders (right word?), but there was a good sized portion of the ceiling that had flat tiles, so it was fairly easy to avoid these hazards, and just bounce off the ceiling tiles.
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