2022 State Baseball and Softball Information
SIJHSAA Class S & L State Cross Country Meet
Saturday, October 15, 2022
Site: Du Quoin State Fairgrounds, Du Quoin, IL
Jeremy Cornett, Dean of Students/Athletic Director, Du Quoin Middle School – Meet Manager
Additional detailed meet information, course map and pre-purchasing admission and T-Shirts at link below
||Course open for walk through|
|9:40 am||Course closed|
|10:30 am||Boys Race
||Course open for walk through|
|1:10 pm||Course closed|
|2:00 pm||Boys Race
Commemorative t-shirts may be ordered online and picked up at the meet site.
T-shirts will be pre-packaged with the option for meet pickup or shipped to home.
T Shirt Online Order Link
The deadline for ordering will be October 11, 2022.
2022 Pre-State Cross Country Meet Results
September, 24, 2022
Baseball/Softball State Tournament T-Shirts: Early Order Period for Online Stores open until Tue., Sept. 27 - midnight.
You can order during the Early Order Period and pick up your order at your respective state tournament or
choose to have them mailed directly to your home for a postage fee.
After the Early Order Period concludes - the online stores will open again on October 1 for 1 week. These orders are mail order only.
XC State Meet T-Shirts: Early order period for online stores open until Tuesday, October 11-midnight.
You can order during the Early Order Period and pick up your order at the state meet in DuQuoin or
choose to have them mailed directory to your home for a postage fee.
After the Early Order Period concludes - the online stores will open again on October 15 for 1 week. These orders are mail order only.
Mikasa and SIJHSAA Announce 5 year partnership
Mikasa volleyballs will be official volleyball for all regional and state championship tournaments.
Full Press release below
Mikasa Volleyball Ball Contract Announcement
* Note that the official volleyball that will be used in SIJHSAA State Tournament Play will be the
VQ2000 Royal-Black-White Ball.
The SIJHSAA proudly salutes these
8th grade students on being named
2022 Regional winners for the annual Jim Burnes Leadership Award
As Director of the SIJHSAA I would like to remind all players, coaches, administrators, and fans of appropriate sportsmanship at our SIJHSAA Events.
By Law - Article VIII: Sportsmanship - Section 1: The SIJHSAA provides opportunities for athletic competition for grade school students. We do so with the intent of enhancing their educational experiences and hopefully instilling them positive qualities in the areas of integrity, sportsmanship, responsibility, and competition.
By Law - Article IV: Contests - Section 6: During all Regional and State contests the SIJHSAA prohibits the use of all types of noise-makers, confetti, radios, shakers, rally towels, thunder sticks, camera lights, laser lights, and also tripods in the stands. Signs must be no larger than a legal sized sheet of paper.(8 1/2 X 14) Body painting materials shall not be administered at games or containers brought on game sites. Body paint may be worn on arms and the face. Appropriate shirts must be worn to all events. Bands are limited to the National Anthem. They are not used to give a home game atmosphere nor to create noise or to rally the fans.
By Law - Article VIII: Sportsmanship - Section 2: Any coach ejected from a SIJHSAA contest shall not be permitted to attend the next interscholastic contest at that level (jv/varsity) of competition, or any other SIJHSAA interscholastic contests at any level in the interim. During a suspension coaches may not attend contests or travel with the team to and from contests from which sport they are suspended. Any fan ejected from a SIJHSAA contest shall not be permitted to attend the next 2 interscholastic contests at that level (jv/varsity) of competition, or any other SIJHSAA interscholastic contests at any level in the interim. Additional penalties may be assessed by the school and/or the SIJHSAA.
By Law - Article VIII: Sportsmanship - Section 3: Any player ejected from a SIJHSAA contest shall not be permitted to participate in the next interscholastic contest at that level (jv/varisty) of competition, or any other SIJHSAA interscholastic contests at any level in the interim. During a suspension players may attend contests and travel with the team to and from contest from which sport they are suspended. The player may sit on the bench in street clothes(not in uniform) while in attendance. Additional penalties may be assessed by the school and/or the SIJHSAA.
SIJHSAA Director - Greg Hale
Rick Franklin Coaching Longevity Award Winners
|Tracy Lauderdale||O’Fallon District 90||2017|
|Terry Herrell||Centralia Jr High||2017|
||Richland County Middle School
|Thomas Roper||Marion Jr High||2017|
|Jenna Fletcher||Marion Jr High||2017|
|Tony Ringering||Red Bud Jr High||2017|
|Jason Finke||Nashville Middle School||2017|
|Robert Konkel||St.Ann Catholic School - Nashville||2017|
|Joe Voss||St.Theresa School-Belleville||2017|
|Becky Wessel||Carlyle Jr High||2017|
|Jeff Wessel||Carlyle Jr High||2017|
|Marvin Linton||Carlyle Jr High||2017|
|Mike Gherdardini||Carlyle Jr High||2017|
||Franklin Park MiddleSchool||2018|
|Mike Layne||Murphysboro Middle School||2018|
|Bryan Weaver||Millstadt Middle School||2018|
|Rick Gaebe||Okawville Jr High School||2018|
|Robert Crow||Hamilton County Jr High||2018|
|Trevor Clark||Johnston City Middle School||2018|
|Armondo Settles||Casey Middle School||2018|
|Darron Rushing||Washington Middle School||2018|
|Jessie McNeil||Mounds Meridian Jr High||2018|
|Joy Travelstead||Marion Jr High||2020|
|Tim Leffler||Christopher Jr High||2020|
|Larry Luedders||St. Mark's-Steeleville||2021|
Your REPUTATION can be made, or even destroyed, in a moment.
Your CHARACTER is developed over a lifetime.
Greg Hale - 618-318-2091