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Mansfield Senior Gearing Up For Track

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/3/2014The Mansfield Tyger track team was to have opened their season near Columbus Thursday with the Westerville South Wildcat Relays, but because of weather it appears the Tygers may have to wait another week and open at Lexington next Saturday. Tyger varsity assistant coaches Tyree Shine and Bruce Woodson both say at this point the Senior High tracksters are a work in progress. Of the veterans that are returning the coaches will be leaning on the likes of shot and disc thrower Tarence Brooks along with sprinters Symphony Cooke and Cristyn Jones on the girls side. The team has also been able to come back home to Mehock Field to practice. Last season because of repairs, the Tygers were unable to use the facility until mid May. With repairs finished at Mehock, the Tygers are now able to host home meets once again. In addition, the Mansfield Mehock Relays will be back in Mansfield on April 19th, for the first time since April of 2010.
   
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