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The Classic adds Ironton MS girls

Published 2:53am Wednesday, December 19, 2012

The Ironton Middle School girls’ basketball teams have been added to The Ironton Classic on Thursday. The girls will play Coal Grove in a 7th grade game at 2:30 followed by the 8th grade at 4 p.m.

Tickets for the event are available at the Ironton High School auto shop office during school hours and at Iron City Hardware in downtown Ironton.

Tickets are $4 for all games on Thursday and $10 for all five games on Friday and $10 for all seven games on Saturday.

 

The Ironton Classic

2012 Schedule

Thursday’s Games

Ironton 7th grade girls vs. Coal Grove 7th grade girls, 2:30

Ironton 8th grade girls vs. Coal Grove 8th grade girls, 4:00

St. Joseph vs. Portsmouth West, 5:45

Hargrave Military vs. N.C. Christian Faith Center, 7:00

Tickets are $4

Friday’s Games

Fairland vs. Wesley Christian, 2:00

Ironton Lady Tigers vs. Spring Valley, 3:45

M.A.C.K. Prep vs. N. Carolina Christian Faith Center, 5:30

Ironton vs. Bell Multicultural, 7:15

St. Ignatios vs. Hargrave Military, 9:00

Tickets are $10

Saturday’s Games

Portsmouth Notre Dame vs. Wesley Christian, 11 a.m.

Coal Grove vs. North Adams, 12:45 p.m.

M.A.C.K. Prep vs St. Ignatios, 2:30

Portsmouth vs. Columbus Brookhaven, 4:15

Columbus Africentric vs. Peebles, 6:00

Bell Multicultural vs. Columbus Walnut Ridge, 7:45

Ironton vs. Columbus Eastmoor Academy, 9:30

Tickets are $10

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