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  Come See the New Mehock Field

The track, originally built in 1964, has "literally" been rebuilt from the ground, up. In its place is a synthetic surface, on top of a new asphalt base, with concrete curbing and expanded drainage system. The pole vault and long jump runways are a synthetic surface, on top of a concrete base. The pole vault has been moved to just outside the northwest corner of track for better spectator viewing. The shot put has been moved to the infield of the track to create a more fan-friendly event.

The original stands have been replaced with aluminum bleachers with a capacity of 500 spectators.

 The track remains as the only ten-lane high school track in Ohio.

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New volunteers are always welcome and no track experience is necessary! If you would like to be part of the Mehock Relays Committee or provide financial support by sponsoring an event during the Relays, please contact Sharon Wiegand, Director, at

Event Information

Date: April 13, 2019

2019 Mansfield Mehock Relays

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Event Results

Date: April 14, 2018

2018 Mehock Relays Results

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Mehock Records

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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