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KEMM Contest Results

The Ken Eva Memorial Meet (KEMM) took place on Saturday, April 22 out at Frank Hunt Field. The weather was very cooperative and there was a fairly good turn out for the competition.

We had some scouts set up launch pads to handle their launches to gain their rocketry badges as well. There were 11 contestants in the competition and some great flights. Matt Goode was the meet champion followed closely by Bruce Bell.

Results for individual events are listed below. The next NAR competition event is Pioneer 2017 and it takes place Saturday, June 3 at Frank Hunt Field as well. 

You can view photos from the launch in the UROC Gallery

 

Ken Eva Memorial Meet 2017 Meet Champions

 

PlaceContestantNAR NumberSectionTotal Points
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 2016
2 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 1524
3 Bell, Sally 85169 523 672
4 Redd, Randall 6333 523 324
5 Snaufer, Mark 29609 523 120
6 Steele, Carrie 78080 523 60
6 Steele, Cassidy 81474 000 60
6 Steele, Katie 80121 000 60
7 Steele, Cody 46810 000 30
7 Stewart, Pearce 101610 000 30
8 Morstadt, Bob 60107 000 0
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 2400
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 1224
Sections
1 UROC   523 8340
2 IND   0 180

Ken Eva Memorial Meet 2017 Standings

 

Sport Scale

PlaceContestantNumberSectionPrototypeStaticFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 D-Region Tomahawk 570.0 98.0   66800 600
2 Goode, Matt 100903 523 Space Shuttle 470.0 140.0   61000 360
3 Bell, Sally 85169 523 IQSY Tomahawk 460.0 100.0   56000 240
-- Redd, Randall 6333 523 Jupiter 535.0 0.0   0 0
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 Sandhawk 600.0 100.0   70000 600
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 D-Region Tomahawk 530.0 100.0   63000 360

 

C Egg Lofting Altitude

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 185   185 540
2 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 182   182 324
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 381   381 540
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 88   88 324

 

A Helicopter Duration

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 62   62 600
2 Bell, Sally 85169 523 31   31 360
3 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 28   28 240
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 48   48 600
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 20   20 360

 

1/2A Streamer Duration Multiround

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2Flight 3Flight 4TotalPoints
C Division
1 Bell, Bruce 20636 523 36 24 32   92 360
2 Goode, Matt 100903 523 32 33     65 216
3 Redd, Randall 6333 523 50       50 144
4 Bell, Sally 85169 523 28       28 72
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 52       52 360
-- Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 SEP       0 0

 

Random Duration (90 sec)

PlaceContestantNumberSectionFlight 1Flight 2TotalPoints
C Division
1 Goode, Matt 100903 523 2.2% (88 s)   22 300
2 Redd, Randall 6333 523 12.2% (101 s)   122 180
3 Snaufer, Mark 29609 523 46.7% (48 s)   467 120
4 Steele, Carrie 78080 523 68.9% (28 s)   689 60
4 Steele, Cassidy 81474 000 68.9% (28 s)   689 60
4 Steele, Katie 80121 000 68.9% (28 s)   689 60
5 Steele, Cody 46810 000 77.8% (20 s)   778 30
6 Stewart, Pearce 101610 000 87.8% (11 s)   878 30
-- Bell, Bruce 20636 523 DQ   0 0
-- Morstadt, Bob 60107 000 DQ   0 0
T Division
1 Team, Pod Bay Doors T-201 523 CAT 67.8% (29 s) 678 300
2 Team, Pod Babe Doors T-202 523 CAT 78.9% (19 s) 789 180

 

Published in UROC News
Friday, 01 April 2011 14:36

UROC provides Community Outreach

Throughout the year, the Utah Rocket Club welcomes Educational, scouting, Civil Air Patrol, 4H and other youth groups to attend our launches. Utah Rocket Club members are also available for presentations to schools, scout troops, and other educational and youth groups.

If you are interested in having a presentation or a launch for your organization, please contact one of the club officers.

UROC does not charge for youth or educational groups to participate in our launches. However, because of the heavy demand throughout the year, we ask that you contact us as far in advance as possible. If your group would like to attend one of our launches please contact us at least 4 weeks prior to the date of the launch.

Because of the nature of some of the launch events we hold throughout the year, NOT ALL LAUNCHES ARE OPEN TO YOUTH OR OTHER GROUPS. If you show up without checking first and the launch is not one open to public you will not be allowed to fly.

We also expect that there is an appropriate number of senior group members to assist in making sure that the kids are safe and under control at all times.

All flyers should be on their best behavior during a launch event. Building and launching rockets is fun but safety is paramount. If a group is too unruly or creating an environment that is unsafe for themselves or others they will be asked to leave. Group leaders and participants should read and understand the NAR safety rules before the day of the event. For Boy Scout groups we suggest that you get a current copy of the Space Exploration merit badge book available in local stores and online.

Participants may bring other model rockets for the launch if there is sufficient time, and the rocket passes safety review. Weather permitting, we will setup and run a model rocket range running under the NAR safety rules. If the weather does not permit launching UROC will schedule an alternate weekend for the event. 

An excellent guide for providing a rocket program for your youth group can be found here.

 

 

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