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Monday April 8

·         Thayer School Meet at Thayer at 1:00 - MEET CANCELLED

Wednesday April 10

·         Milton Academy Middle School at Milton Academy 3:15

Saturday April 13

·         John Ottaviani Haverhill Invitational at Haverhill

·         Exeter Meet at Exeter at 1:30

Sunday April 14

·         Merrimack vs Alumni Classic at Merrimack

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From the Commissioner


As you know the next few weekends (April 20 and April 27) we are SWAMPED with work and can REALLY use your help if you are available. Please check your calendar and reach out to Mark Young,  His contact is marktyoung68@yahoo.com and cell 203-464-2704.



MIAA background check

 All officials working High School meets must complete a background check with MIAA:   MIAA Registration Instruct


 Availabilty Sheet Update

The following was a late meet addition:   5/19 Last Chance to Qualify Meet at Weston HS and Leary Field.  You can find this on the 2024 MTFOA Spring Availability Form (it's the very last meet-not in chronological order). Or you can contact Anne Bernazzani @ annebernazz@gmail.com if you are available to work this track meet.
   

Check out Other League and Special Meet offciating opportunities below in MTFOA Updates

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Everything about MFTOA, right under your cursor. We provide top quality officiating for the sports of track and field, cross country and road racing. We work closely with colleges and high schools, as well as USA Track & Field New England, to organize, judge and score meets and races. Membership is open to anyone over the age of 18. 

JOIN US - WE NEED YOU!!

Rules updates

Two rules revisions involving the competitor’s uniform, along with procedural changes in several field events designed to reduce the risk of injury, highlight rules changes in high school track and field and cross country for the 2022 season.

Updates on concussions

While concussions and suspected head injuries occur only occasionally in track and field, they do happen. Although MIAA rules do not specifically indicate a role for officials, they should continue the best practice of ensuring that the event is stopped if an athlete is suspected of suffering a head injury and should facilitate the call for and access for medical personnel. For more information, updates on rules and resources, please see Concussions.