Weather & Meet Delays Hotline

The CYO Track & Field Advisory Board Hotline is your place for CYO Track Meet and Weather Delays. 

 

Please call 513-395-8555 for "listen only" announcements live from the Track.  If time, weather conditions, and internet access allow, the League will also post updates below.
 
When thunder is heard or a lightning bolt is seen at a competition, teams will suspend play and take shelter immediately. Once play has been suspended, play will not resume until approximately 30 minutes has passed since the last thunder was heard or lightning flash witnessed.

 

Tuck Sullivan-Sacred Heart Invitational 2014

posted May 10, 2014, 11:10 AM by Jim Waters

Current and forecasted weather conditions in the Winton Woods area have forced a cancellation of the Tuck Sullivan-Sacred Heart Invitational for Grades 5-6. 

SMAC East-West All-Star Invitational

posted Apr 28, 2012, 10:37 AM by Jim Waters

The weather has improved and the Meet Director is anxious to get the Grades 5-6 Meet underway.  Field Events will begin at 2PM, and Running Events will start at 2:30PM as originally scheduled.  The track has drained well, but there's still some doubt that the High Jump pit will be ready for competition. 

SMAC East/West All-Star Invitational

posted Apr 28, 2012, 9:47 AM by Jim Waters

The Grades 3-4 Meet has been cancelled.  It is anticipated that the storm will pass and dryer conditions will prevail around 2PM.  It is the Meet Director's hope to begin again at 2:30PM with Grades 5-6.  For the latest updates, please call the Weather Hotline at 513-395-8555.  It is always updated first. 

Mariemont Track & Field Youth Invitational

posted Apr 14, 2012, 7:37 AM by Jim Waters   [ updated Apr 14, 2012, 8:41 AM ]

There is a 30 minute delay in effect for the Grades 3-4 Division at Mariemont.  The next session will begin at Noon.  The running events for Grades 3-4 Girls and Boys will be held concurrently.  Field Events are cancelled--except for the Softball Throw.  Light rain is expected for the next six hours. 
 
 
Since there could be further delays, please call the Weather Hotline at 513-395-8555.  The Hotline is updated first and provides the fastest and latest information.

posted Jan 2, 2012, 12:36 PM by Jim Waters   [ updated Jan 2, 2012, 12:39 PM ]

posted Jan 2, 2012, 12:35 PM by Jim Waters   [ updated Jan 2, 2012, 12:40 PM ]

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