Event Info



General Instructions

Entry Deadline   Concessions & T-shirts
Entering Athletes Shot and Discus Events Seating
Scratches and Scratch/Replace Entry Standards Team Camps
Eligibility and Sanctioning            Awards Rules
Classification Publicity Access to Track
Coaches Passes Time Schedule Warm-up locations
Contestant Numbers Scoring Infield Policy
Restrictions Preliminaries Parking
Track Report Site  


Entry Deadline
Entries must be submitted between March 31 and April 12, 2018. The online entry page – www.baumspage.com - will be closed at 5:00pm on April 12, 2018.

Entering Athletes
Please enter athletes using Baumspage - www.baumspage.com. Please allow 24 hours in establishing team account. After the entry deadline, questions should be directed to Timing First, LLC, Jon Agriesti - jon@timingfirst.com

Relay alternates must be entered in at least one relay event to be considered entered into the meet. Changes to relay members can be made with the clerk of course when the event is contested.

Scratches and Scratch/Replace
Scratches and scratch/replace window will close at 12:00 PM on Friday, April 13, on www.baumspage.com. New entries will not be accepted during this period. No replacements  will be accepted after the April 13 noon deadline. Questions should be directed to Jon Agriesti, Timing First,LLC - jon@timingfirst.com.

Eligibility and Sanctioning
In all interstate contests, each participating school shall follow the rules of the state association of which it is a member or rules, which have been approved by that state association for interstate competition. No school may violate its own state association rules.

All athletes participating in the meet must be certified eligible by their high school principals. Eligibility list of birth dates must accompany entry forms. Athletes who are 19 years old before August 1, 2016 are not eligible.

To compete in the Mehock Relays, all schools must observe the Ohio High School Athletic Association rules of competition. Entries are restricted to schools from Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Ontario Canada.

There is no classification

Coaches Wristband - venue access
Teams will be assigned one (1) coach’s wristband for every five (5) athletes entered – maximum of three. Additional coaches may purchase general admission tickets for the day.

Contestant Wristband
Team packets can be picked-up beginning at 8:00am in the school lobby.

Each team is limited to entering two (2) athletes per individual event and one (1) team per relay event. A participant may compete in a maximum of four (4) track and field events. The four events may be any combination of track and field events.

Mehock Field is a newly resurfaced synthetic track. It has ten, 42-inch lanes all around the track.
If spikes are worn they must be no longer than 1/4”-pyramid style. Starting blocks will be furnished. Stand up blocks are not furnished and must be furnished by the athlete, if used.

 Shot and Discus Events
Contestants will be permitted to use their own implement. Implements must be approved by the weights and measures official prior to competition. Weights & Measures will be located in the large storage building at the west end of the track. The discus venue has been relocated outside the track near the parking lot.

Entry Standards

No minimum standards

The first place boys’ and girl’s team will be awarded a team trophy for their school. Team runner-up awards will also be presented. Commemorative Mansfield Mehock Relays medals will be awarded to the top 6 placers and ribbons for 7 and 8.

Cooperation of competing schools is of vital importance in the successful development of publicity for the Relays. Please send pictures and stories relating to your top athletes. We need individual records of your top competitors for pre-meet publicity. You may send all available information to Skip Fulton, Athletic Director, Mansfield Senior High School.

Time Schedule
A final time schedule will be sent to you once the entry window has closed. The time schedule is provided to aid in athlete warm-up only. The Relays will operate on a rolling time schedule. Calls will be made before each event, but it is ultimately the responsibility of the athlete to be ready to compete when his/her event is staged. click here for schedule of events

Eight places will count and the scoring will be as follows: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1

Semi-final races will be contested in the 100m dash, 200m dash, 100m hurdles and 110m high hurdles. All other events will be run in sections against time (slowest to fastest). Heats will be formed based on entered times. There will be three preliminary attempts in the discus, shot put, long jump and triple jump. The top seven athletes from the preliminaries will be eligible for three additional attempts in the finals.

Report Site
Athletes will pick up their hip number in the clerking area and be staged for their event by the clerks of course.  Field event participants should report to their respective venues. Field event participants must report prior to the start of their flight.

Concessions and T-shirts
The food concession area is located behind the bleachers. Sale of commemorative Mehock Relays shirts and other apparel are available in the merchandise trailer on the track complex.
Restroom facilities are available in the concession area. Athletes should come to the track dressed in track gear. Shower and locker space is not available.

Seating is very limited at Mehock Field is limited. Coaches and athletes will not be permitted in the bleachers on the front straightaway. There is ample green space for team tents. No spectators will be permitted on the infield.

Team Camps
Team camps are permitted in the green space around the track.

NFHS rules, as modified by the Ohio High School Athletic Association, will apply. Heats/Sections will be determined by Hy-Tek Meet Manager.

Access to Track
Coaches and athletes should enter through the west entrance (nearest parking lot).

Warm-up locations
Once running competition has started the track will be closed for warm-ups.

Infield Policy
Athletes and coaches will not be permitted on the infield at any time. Exception: One coach per team entered in the high jump and shot put will be permitted in the coaching area while their athlete is competing.

Parking is available in the school parking lot and behind the school..

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Harry Mehock started the “Mansfield Relays” in 1927. Three teams participated, Mansfield Senior High School, Ashland and Galion. The Relays grew under Harry’s direction until 1942 when it was cancelled for four years during World War II...

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