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Published 1:46am Friday, August 23, 2013

Rock Hill season tickets now on sale

Rock Hill Redmen season football tickets are now on sale. Anyone interested should stop by the high school or contact athletic director Barry Litteral at (740) 532-7012 ext. 11513.


SP boosters hosting golf scramble Aug. 25

The South Point athletic boosters will sponsor a benefit golf scramble on Sunday at Diamond Links Golf Course in Catlettsburg, Ky.

Registration begins at 12:15 p.m. with a 1 p.m. shotgun start.

Fee is $60 per player. Meal will be catered by Texas Roadhouse. There will be door prizes and comparative awards. All fees go to the boosters.

For further information, contact Dave Adams at (740) 377[4323 ext. 4043 or


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

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


River Cities refs will hold officiating class

The River Cities Basketball Officials Association is offering its annual training class from individuals who want to become a registered basketball official.

Classes begin at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at Chesapeake High School. The class is approved by the Ohio High School Athletic Association and West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission.

Fee is $85 plus the state registration fees that are $65 for Ohio and $42 for West Virginia.

If registering and from Ohio, persons must first register online with the OHSAA and pay your fee by credit card. No other form of payment is accepted. Persons should go to and click “officiating” and then “becoming an official.”

All other fees must be paid within the first two class sessions.

Interested persons should contact Lou Peake at (304) 529-0860 or (304) 633-8399 or email or contact Kevin Anderson at (304) 429-1565.

Individuals must be 18 and no longer in high school. However, those in high school may register but are limited to the types of games they may officiate.

Classes are three hours on Mondays and Wednesday for seven weeks. A rules exam will be given upon the completion of the class.

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