Deadlines

Registration is now closed for 2018.

Sport Info


DATES:

Friday, June 8, 2018
Basketball - Free Throw Shooting (12:30 to 4:00 p.m.)
Basketball - Around the World (12:30 to 4:00 p.m.)
Football - Throw for Distance (2:00 to 3:30 p.m.)
Softball - Throw for Distance (3:30 to 5 p.m.)

Saturday, June 9, 2018
Football - Throw for Accuracy (9:00 to 11:30 a.m.)
Softball - Throw for Accuracy (9:00 to 11:30 a.m.)


LOCATION:

All Basketball Shooting Skills Competition will be held at the Armory Sports Center (701 E Ash St).

All Football and Softball Skill Contests will be held at MU's Walton Track and Soccer Stadium (1100 Stadium Blvd).
  Park in the lot located southeast of and across the drive from the participant entrance or in the lot at the bottom of the hill to the south.  Absolutely no parking is allowed in faculty lots in the vicinity of the Track and Field Complex on Friday.


DEADLINE:

Deadline for entries will be May 31, 2018.  Late entries may be accepted after this date on a space available basis for a late fee.


HOW TO ENTER:

Register Online:  Senior Games Online Registration - Skill Contests

OR

Register by Mail:  Please complete a Missouri State Senior Games Entry Form and mail it along with payment to:

Missouri State Senior Games
1400 Rock Quarry Rd, Entrance 5
Columbia, MO 65211


DINNER / SOCIAL EVENT:

Thank you Humana for your sponsorship of the 2018 Missouri State Senior Games buffet dinner / social event!  The event for participants and guests is scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday, June 8. It will be held in Columbia, MO at Peach Tree Catering. There will be a brief program followed by the meal. The cost for participants is $10.00. There will be a $15.00 charge for each guest.

If you plan to attend the dinner, please indicate this on the entry form and submit the appropriate fees for the participant(s) and any guest(s) that will be attending with you. If you are registering online, there will be a place to indicate attendance during the online registration process. This is important as we must confirm our reservations 7 days in advance of the event.


 

Format/Rules


AGES FOR COMPETITION

Competitor’s age for the Missouri State Senior Games will be determined by the athlete’s age as of December 31 of the current year.  The following age divisions will apply to both men and women for all individual and doubles competitions: 50-54; 55-59; 60-64; 65-69; 70-74; 75-79; 80-84; 85-89; 90-94; 95-99; and 100+.


BASKETBALL—AROUND THE WORLD SHOOTING  - EVENT RULES

  1. Contestants must use the official ball furnished by the Missouri State Senior Games.  Women will shoot the smaller ball (28 ½ inch circumference) used in women’s competition and Men will shoot the standard size ball.
  2. The basket will be 10 feet in height.
  3. Each shooter will get 5 practice shots (one from each of the 5 designated spots) and 15 official shots (3 consecutively at each of the 5 spots on the floor).
  4. The shooter must stand behind the designated shooting line for his/her age group.  At no time shall the shooter touch the floor beyond the line until after the shot is released or it will count as a failed attempt.
  5. The shooting distances shall be as follows:
    • Men 50-74 (19 feet 9 inches)
    • Men 75+ (15 feet)
    • Women 50-74 (17 feet)
    • Women 75+ (13 feet)
  6. Each shooter will get only one chance to attempt his/her shots.
  7. The object is to make the most possible shots.
  8. In case of a tie, the player with the most consecutive successful shots will be declared the winner.  If a tie still remains, duplicated awards will be given.  When a tie is broken by the most consecutive successful shots, the final posted results will show the tied contestants’ total number of successful shots followed by the most consecutive successful shots they made.

BASKETBALL—FREE THROW SHOOTING - EVENT RULES

  1. Contestants must use the official ball furnished bit the Missouri State Senior Games.  Women will shoot the smaller ball (28 ½ inch circumference) used in women’s competition and Men will shoot the standard size ball.
  2. The basket will be 10 feet in height.
  3. Each shooter will get 5 practice shots and 25 official free throws.
  4. The shooter must stand behind the free throw line, which is located 15 feet from the backboard.  At no time shall the shooter touch the floor beyond the line until the shot is released or it will be counted as a failed attempt.
  5. Each shooter will get only one chance to attempt his/her free throws.
  6. The object is to make the most possible free throws.
  7. In case of a tie, the player with the most consecutive successful free throw attempt will be declared the winner.  If a tie still remains, duplicate awards will be given.  When a tie is broken by the most consecutive successful shots, the final posted results will show the tied contestants’ total number of successful shots followed by the most consecutive shots they made.

FOOTBALL THROW FOR ACCURACY FORMAT

  1. MEN will throw an “Intermediate” size football.  WOMEN will throw a “Junior” size football.
  2. The short throws shall be taken first.
  3. Five (5) consecutive throws will be made by each contestant from the following distances:
    • Women: 7 and 10 yards
    • Men 8 and 12 yards
  4. The target will be the opening in a 25-inch ring, the center of which will be 5 feet off the ground.
  5. Nine (9) points will be awarded for each throw from the 7 and the 8-yard line that goes through the target.
  6. Twenty (20) points will be awarded for each throw from the 10 and the 12-yard line that goes through the target.
  7. The object of the event is to score the highest possible number of points.
  8. A foot fault call by the official will automatically nullify the throw.
  9. One practice throw will be allowed from each distance.  The player must announce beforehand if they are taking a practice throw or throwing for a score.
  10. In case of a tie, the contestant accumulating the most points from the longer distance will be declared the winner.   If the tie still remains, the contestant with the most consecutive successful throws will be declared the winner.  When a tie is broken by the most consecutive successful throws, the final posted results will show the tied contestants’ total scores followed by the number for successful throws they made in succession.

FOOTBALL THROW FOR DISTANCE FORMAT

  1. MEN will throw an “Intermediate” size football.  WOMEN will throw a “Junior” size football.
  2. The object is to achieve the longest distance.
  3. One warm-up throw will be allowed.
  4. TWO (2) consecutive throws will be made and the longest throw will be recorded.
  5. A foot fault called by the official will automatically nullify the throw.
  6. If a ball lands outside the foul lines, it will be charged as a throw, but will not count for distance.
  7. In the case of a tie, duplicate awards will be presented.
  8. The distance of the throw will be measured perpendicular to the throwing line, not diagonal.

SOFTBALL THROW FOR ACCURACY FORMAT   (12” Softball)

  1. Five (5) consecutive throws will be made by each contestant from the following distances:
    • WOMEN:  7 & 10 yards
    • MEN:  8 & 12 yards
  2. The target will be the opening in a 25-inch ring, the center of which will be 5 feet off the ground.
  3. Nine (9) points will be awarded for each throw from the 7 and the 8-yard line that goes through the target.
  4. Twenty (20) points will be awarded for each throw from the 10 and the 12-yard line that goes through the target.
  5. The object of the event is to score the highest possible number of points.
  6. A foot fault call by the official will automatically nullify that throw.
  7. One practice throw will be allowed from each distance.  The player must announce beforehand if they are taking a practice throw or throwing for a score.
  8. In case of a tie, the contestant accumulating the most points from the longer distance will be declared the winner.  If the tie still remains, the participant with the most consecutive successful throws will be declared the winner.  When a tie is broken by the most consecutive successful throws, the final posted results will show the tied contestants’ total scores followed by the number for successful throws they made in succession.

SOFTBALL THROW FOR DISTANCE FORMAT  (12” Softball)

  1. The object is to achieve the longest distance.
  2. One warm-up throw will be allowed.
  3. Each contestant will make TWO (2) consecutive throws.
  4. A foot fault called by the official will automatically nullify that throw.
  5. If a ball lands outside the foul lines, it will be charge as a throw, but will not count for distance.
  6. In the case of a tie, duplicate awards will be presented.
  7. The distance of the throw will be measured perpendicular to the throwing line, not diagonal.

Event Codes

Event Code Event Name
SK001Basketball Skills - Free Throw Shooting
SK002Basketball Skills - Around the World
SK003Football Skills - Throw for Accuracy
SK004Football Skills - Throw for Distance
SK005Softball Skills - Throw for Accuracy
SK006Softball Skills - Throw for Distance

Results

2018 MISSOURI STATE SENIOR GAMES
SKILL CONTEST RESULTS
Softball - Accuracy
55-59 F 1 Cheryl Bryant, Springfield, MO 38
60-64 F 1 Barb Borger, Freeburg, IL 69
80-84 F 1 Georgie Bender, Oregon, MO 38
50-54 M 1 Russell Cobb, Columbia, MO 96
2 Patrick Oligschlaeger, St Louis, MO 78
55-59 M 1 Barry Edison, Payson, IL 125
2 Paul James, Ashland, MO 76
3 John Jelinek, O'Fallon, IL 67
4 Michael McCoy, Lexington, MO 49
60-64 M 1 Scott Schwartz, Chesterfield, MO 107
2 Steve Terry, Lexington, MO 98
3 Mike Weeks, Batesville, AR 76 + 4
4 Jeff Bryant, Springfield, MO 76 + 2
5 Garry Pirch, Summersville, MO 56
6 Ted Goudge, Maryville, MO 47
65-69 M 1 Dean Homan, Sedalia, MO 105
2 Steve Lake, Columbia, MO 65
70-74 M 1 Larry Campbell, Branson, MO 76
2 Larry Pauley, Columbia, MO 67
3 Larry Hightower, Kansas City, MO 29
4 Doug Endres, Denver, CO 27
75-79 M 1 David Hood, St Louis, MO 78
2 John Dawson, Union, MO 65
3 George Ruh 58
4 Allan Brown, LaGrange, MO 56
 80-84 M 1 Rodger Young, Marionville, MO 36
2 Robert Eade, Washington, MO 27
85-89 M 1 Ron Jelinek, Smithton, IL 79
2 Dave McCoy, Carthage, MO 49
3 Jim Krull, St Louis, MO 9
90-94 M 1 Robert Maschal, Masocutah, IL 27
Softball - Distance
55-59 F 1 Cheryl Bryant, Springfield, MO 108.4
60-64 F 1 Barb Borger, Freeburg, IL 127.5
80-84 F 1 Georgie Bender, Oregon, MO 70.9
50-54 M 1 Patric Oligschlaeger, St Louis, MO 158
2 Russell Cobb, Columbia, MO 144.7
55-59 M 1 Barry Eidson, Payson, IL 169.8
2 Paul James, Ashland, MO 146
3 John Jelinek, O'Fallon, MO 135.4
4 Michael McCoy, Lexington, MO 108.5
60-64 M 1 Bruce Hunolt, Foristell, MO 163.4
2 Steve Terry, Lexington, MO 153.8
3 Scott Schwartz, Cheasterfield, MO 143.4
4 Mike Weeks, Batesville, MO 112.6
5 Garry Pirch, Summersville, MO 100.9
65-69 M 1 Dean Homan, Sedalia, MO 130
70-74 M 1 Doug Endres, Denver, CO 160.9
2 Larry Campbell, Branson, MO 136.7
3 Larry Pauley, Columbia, MO 124.6
75-79 M 1 Allan Brown, LaGrange, MO 26.2
2 George Ruh, Ballwin, MO 116.2
3 John Dawson, Union, MO 105.8
80-84 M 1 Rodger Young, Marionville, MO 76.5
85-89 M 1 Dave McCoy, Carthage, MO 137.3
2 Ron Jelinek, Smithton, IL 68.9
3 Ed True, O'Fallon, IL 59.3
90-94 M 1 Curt Davidson, Kirkwood, MO 78.3
2 Robert Maschal, Mascoutah, IL 62.3
Football - Accuracy
55-59 F 1 Cheryl Bryant, Springfield, MO 29
60-64 F 1 Barb Borger, Freeburg, IL 58
50-54 M 1 Russell Cobb, Columbia, MO 65
2 Patrick Oligschlaeger, St Louis, MO 49
55-59 M 1 Paul James, Ashland, MO 58
2 John Jelinek, O'Fallon, IL 49
3 Michael McCoy, Lexington, MO 29
4 Barry Edison, Payson, IL 18
60-64 M 1 Steve Terry, Lexington, MO 76
2 Scott Schwartz, Cheasterfield, MO 69
3 Garry Pirch, Summersville, MO 67
4 Mike Weeks, Batesville, MO 29
5 Jeff Bryant, Springfield, MO 29
6 Ron Donaldson 20
7 Ted Goudge, Maryville, MO 18
65-69 M 1 Dean Homan, Sedalia, MO 98
2 Steve Lake, Columbia,Mo 65
3 Albert Vagesko, Columbia, MO 29
70-74 M 1 Larry Hightower, Kansas City, MO 27 + 3
2 Doug Endres, Denver, CO 27 + 2
3 Larry Campbell, Branson, MO 18
4 Larry Pauley, Columbia, MO 9
75-79 M 1 John Dawson, Union, MO 65
2 Allan Brown, LaGrange, MO 49
3 George Ruh 9
4 David Hood, St Louis, MO
80-84 M 1 Robert Eade, Washington, MO 40
2 Rodger Young, Marionville, MO 27
85-89 M 1 Ron Jelinek, Smithton, IL 96
2 Dave McCoy, Carthage, MO 67
3 Jim Krull, St Louis, MO 9
90-94 M 1 Robert Maschal, Mascoutah, IL 27
Football - Distance
55-59 F 1 Cheryl Bryant, Springfield, MO 69.8
60-64 F 1 Barb Borger, Freeburg, IL 7938
80-84 F 1 Georgie Bender, Oregon, MO 48.7
50-54M 1 Patrick Oligschlaeger, St Louis, MO 119.2
2 Russell Cobb, Columbia, MO 116.6
55-59 M 1 Barry Edison, Payson, IL 120.9
2 Paul James, Ashland, MO 112
3 John Jelinek, O'Fallon, IL 96.4
60-64 M 1 Bruce Hunolt, Foristell, MO 124.4
2 Steve Terry, Lexington, MO 120.4
3 Scott Schwartz, Cheasterfield, MO 107
4 Mike Weeks, Batesville, MO 9837
5 Garry Pirch, Summersville, MO 93
65-69 M 1 Albert Vagesko, Columbia, MO 94.5
2 Dean Homan, Sedalia, MO 93.5
70-74 M 1 Doug Endres, Denver, CO 96.1
2 Larry Campbell, Branson, MO 102.1
3 Larry Pauley, Columbia, MO 79.4
75-79 M 1 John Dawson, Union, MO 102.2
2 George Ruh, Ballwin, MO 95.2
3 Allan Brown, LaGrange, MO 94.7
80-84 M 1 Rodger Young, Marionville, MO 68.8
85-89 M 1 Dave McCoy, Carthage, MO 6537
2 Ron Jelinek, Smithton, IL 95.3
3 Ed True, O'Fallon, IL 35
90-94 M 1 Curt Davidson, Kirkwood, MO 69
2 Robert Maschal, Mascoutah, IL 54.8

 

 

2018 MISSOURI STATE SENIOR GAMES
BASKETBALL SKILLS
Basketball - Free Throws
55-59 F 1 Diane Jones, Washington, MO 12
2 Cheryl Bryant, Springfield, MO 7
60-64 F 1 Barb Borger, Freeburg, IL 11
80-84 F 1 Georgie Bender, Oregon, MO 3
50-54 M 1 Russell Cobb, Columbia, MO 24
2 Patrick Oligschlaeger, St Louis, MO 23
55-59 M 1 John Jelinek, O' Fallon, IL 13
2 Paul James, Ashland, MO 8
60-64 M 1 Bruce Hunolt, Foristell, MO 23
2 Garry Pirch, Summersville, MO 22
3 Timothy Jones, Washington, MO 21
4 David Couts, Whiteside, MO 19
5-t Denny Koonce, Benton, MO 18
5-t Mike Weeks, Batesville, AR 18
7 Jeff Bryant, Springfield, MO 11
65-69 M 1 Dean Homan, Sedalia, MO 22
70-74 M 1 Lee Debault, Leawood, KS 15
2 James Hillbrick, Columbia, MO 13
75-79 M 1 Allan Brown, LaGrange, MO 21
2 George Ruh, Ballwin, MO 14
85-89 M 1 Ron Jelinek, Smithton, IL 15
2 Dave McCoy, Carthage, MO 6
3 Ed True, O' Fallon, IL 3
90-94 M 1 Robert Maschal, Mascoutah, IL 6
Basketball - Around the World
55-59 F 1 Cheryl Bryant, Springfield, MO 7
2 Diane Jones, Washington, MO 5
60-64 F 1 Barb Borger, Freeburg, IL 3
80-84 F 1 Georgie Bender, Oregon, MO 1
50-54 M 1-tie Russell Cobb, Columbia, MO 9
1-tie Patrick Oligschlaeger, St Louis, MO 9
55-59 M 1 Paul James, Ashland, MO 2
2 John Jelinek, O' Fallon, IL 1
60-64 M 1 Timothy Jones, Washington, MO 10
2 David Couts, Whiteside, MO 9
3 Denny Koonce, Benton, MO 7
4 Garry Pirch, Summersville, MO 6
5 Mike Weeks, Batesville, AR 5
6-t Jeff Bryant, Springfield, MO 4
6-t Bruce Hunolt, Foristell, MO 4
65-69 M 1 Dean Homan, Sedalia, MO 12
70-74 M 1 James Hillbrick, Columbia, MO 10
2 Lee Debault, Leawood, KS 6
75-79 M 1 Allan Brown, LaGrange, MO 8
2 George Ruh, Ballwin, MO 7
85-89 M 1 Ron Jelinek, Smithton, IL 13
2 Dave McCoy, Carthage, MO 4
- Ed True, O' Fallon, IL 0
90-94 M 1 Robert Maschal, Mascoutah, IL 1