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Published 8:02pm Sunday, May 5, 2013

ILL senior league boys, girls signups

Ironton Little League is accepting registrations for boys and girls interested in participating in Junior League and Senior League baseball and softball for the 2013 season.

Anyone not registered can contact Gary Murnahan at 740-533-7416. Registrations must be submitted prior to May 15.

 

Tri-State Junior Golf adds new age groups

The Tri-State Junior Golf Tour will conduct its 31st annual event beginning in June.

The annual youth golf tour will add two age groups: 6-and-under and 7-9. The new groups will join the 10-12, 13-15 and 16-18 age divisions.

Anyone interested should contact Jason VanDeusen at (740) 285-5004 or visit the web page at www.TSJGT.com for more information. Area courses will have entry forms.

Here is this year’s schedule:

Thursday, June 6: Riveria Golf Course in Lasage, W.Va.; Friday, June 14: Riverbend Golf Course in Argillite, Ky.; Friday, June 21, Sugarwood Golf Course in Lavalette, W.Va; Monday, June 24, Elks Country Club in McDermott; Thursday, July 1, Shawnee Golf Course in Friendship; Monday, July 8, Bellefonte Country Club in Ashland, Ky.; Tuesday, July 16, Twin Silos in Lavalette, W.Va.; and Friday, July 26, Guyan Golf & Country Club in Huntington, W.Va.

 

Ironton girls’ hoops camp set June 10-13

The Ironton Lady Fighting Tigers’ annual basketball camp will be from 9 a.m. to noon, June 10-13, at the Ironton High School Conley Sports Center.

The camp is open to any girl entering grades 3-9 as of this fall. Fee is $20 and each camper receives a cold beverage each day plus a camp T-shirt.

Checks should be made payable to the Tiger Clan. Applications are on the TigerTown.com website or at any city school. Campers may register the first day of camp but are encouraged to register in advance to ensure proper shirt size. The camp is not limited to Ironton students.

For further information, contact camp director Doug Graham, Ironton High School, 1701 S. Seventh St., Ironton, OH 45638.

All areas will be covered. All campers will be placed on a team for game competition and will participate at least 50 percent of the time. Two indoor gyms and outside courts will be utilized.

Awards will be presented at the conclusion of the camp.

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