The following are the WIAA rules regarding undergarments worn beneath the school-issued singlet and shorts as well as other uniform accessories. Though they may seem silly or questionable, they are the rules and we are required to follow them.
Tights, T-shirts, etc. worn beneath the singlet and/or shorts.
Issaquah Girls: white tops, black bottoms
Issaquah Boys: black tops, black bottoms
– Must be a single, solid color.
– One visible logo is allowed. The logo cannot be more than two inches in any direction. The wording and/or design of the logo is irrelevant. The location of the logo is irrelevant. Beware of certain brands that have multiple logos – only one is permitted.
– Sleeve and length down legs is irrelevant.
– Stitching color is irrelevant.
Bobby pins, barrettes, and hair clips are allowed as long as they are a single, solid color and are not longer than two inches.
Hair ties (I.E. ponytail holders) are allowed as long as they are a single, solid color and do not have strands that hang away from the hair. (like a ribbon would)
Head bands to hold bangs are also allowed as long as they are a single, solid color and are the typical thin elastic variety similar to a ponytail holder.
GLOVES, SOCKS, HATS, SUNGLASSES
No rules necessarily govern these items so basically anything goes, however, your coaches may prohibit certain items that are outlandish, unnecessary, or that could fall off during competition. Gloves and hats should generally only be worn during appropriate cold weather conditions. In other words, don’t be the guy wearing the wool stocking cap when it’s 85 degrees out.