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Published 2:40am Thursday, June 13, 2013

Shriners’ golf tourney scheduled Saturday

The El Hasa Shriners annual Hillbilly Golf Tournament will be held Saturday at Riverbend Golf Course.

Entry fee is $60 for the shotgun start event. This year participants may select a teammate to play. Teams will be drawn at the El Hasa Temple at 7 p.m. on Thursday with free food and refreshments.

If someone does not have a teammate, ones will be drawn for the four-man team.

Tickets and more information are available by contacting Stamper’s Barber Shop at (740) 646-2196.

Proceeds go to the Shriners’ Children’s Transportation Fund.

 

Ironton cheerleader registration planned

The Ironton Recreation Department will conduct cheerleaders registration for the Bills and Eagles teams from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays, June 15 and 22, in the Ironton City Center for grades 1-6.

 

ILL minor league tourney June 27-30

Ironton Little League will conduct a boys and girls Minor League Tournament for ages 7-8 on June 27-30 at the league fields.

Fee is $50 per team and balls will be supplied.

Interested teams should contact Travis Wylie at (740) 414-0080.

 

 

Football combine set for June 22 at IHS

The third annual Tri-State Rehab high school football combine will be held at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 22, at Ironton High School.

Players will undergo tests and drills used at NFL combines and results will be made available to players for college purposes.

Fee is $30 by May 22 and includes lunch and guest speaker Roman Fry, former All-Atlantic Coast Conference first team selection and Outland Trophy candidate.

Fee is $50 after May 22. Checks should be made payable to Tri-State Rehab Services. Registration forms are available at Tri-State Rehab. Lunch is provided and participants receive a dri-fit T-shirt.

For more information, contact Dave Coburn at davecoburn37@yahoo.com

 

Flyer/OLBH 5K Race set for August 10

The third annual Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital/Ironton Catholic Schools Flyer 5K Race will be held at 8 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, starting at St. Joseph High School.

Registration fee is $15 and $20 after Aug. 3. Registration the day of the race will be 7-7:45 a.m.

Restrooms will be available at the start adn finish area. Water station is provided at the halfway point. Medical care is also available. Food and door prizes will be provided after the race.

Tech shirst will be guaranteed to the first 200 runners. There were 353 entries last year. Walkers are welcome.

For more information, contact Jenny Rowe at (740) 307-2534 or at rowe5@mac.com

 

 

Ironton chapter will hold officiating class

The Ironton Chapter of Basketball Officials and the Ohio High School Athletic Association. will conduct an OHSAA basketball officiating class beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Chesaspeake Middle School.

Fee is $140 and must be paid when registering online at www.OHSAA.org

For more information, contact David Ridenour at (740) 867-4910.

 

 

NIKE basketball camp set for Ironton July 8

A NIKE basketball camp conducted by basketball trainer Matt Wilson will be held for boys ages 9-17 at Ironton High School July 8-12.

Fee is $215 and campers will receive 23 hours of skill instruction in all phases of the game from NIKE trainers and coaches, official NIKE camp T-shirt, NIKE certificate and evaluation, NIKE prizes and drinks.

For more information, please contact nikehoopscamp2013@gmail.com or call 1-800-NIKE-CAMPS.

 

Senior softball 55up needing players

The Senior Softball League for ages 55 and older is seeking players for the upcoming season.

The games are played at the Chesapeake Senior Center field on Monday and Thursday evenings.

Interested persons should contact Herm Zornes at (740) 533-1229 and Bill Karshiner at (740) 867-2723.

 

 

Rio Grande girls’

plan overnight camp

The University of Rio Grande women’s basketball program will conduct its overnight instructional camp July 7-10 for girls in grades 4-12.

Coaches and players will instruct campers in all phases of the game. Team and individual awards will be presented.

Fee is $265 per camper and includes lodging, meals, T-shirt, certificate of participation and use of the Lyne Center swimming pool.

A camp store is available to purchase drinks, snacks, pizza and Rio Grande apparel.

For more information or to register, go online at rioredstorm.com, email Rio Grande head coach Dave Smalley at dsmalley@rio.edu or contact the basketball office at (740) 245-7491 or 1-800-282-7201 ext. 7491.

 

 

Girls’ fastpitch

softball tourneys set

Girls’ youth fastpitch softball tournaments are being planned for June 14-16 at First National Bank Park, State Route 335, in Beaver, Ohio.

The tournaments are for teams in the age groups 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U.

Entry fee is $350 and four games are guaranteed. Tournament is limited to the first eight paid teams per division. There will be three pool play games plus a single elimination tournament.

Awards will be give to the first and second place teams in each division, individual trophies and an MVP medallion for pool play games. Licensed umpires will be used.

For more information or to enter, contact Leroy Wells at (740) 820-4241 or email wellsleroy@msn.com or Jeremy Linkous at (740) 222-4313 or distributions2graf1c@yahoo.com

 

Circlevile Dog Days 5K race set Aug. 3

The 12th annual Circleville Dog Days 5K road race, presented by Red Barn, will be held Sat., August 3 at 9 a.m. beginning and ending at Circleville High School.

The event boasts unique “Dog Days” suncatchers, given to the top three in each of 32 total age groups, plus awards to the top three overall male and female finishers. Numerous door prizes also will be awarded, water and splits will be available on the course, and refreshments will be available at the finish.

If you are interested in running, print an entry form at www.circlevillexc.com or register the day of the race from 7:15 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. There is a $15 preregistration fee ($20 on race day), and at least the first 150 registered will receive a free T-shirt.

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