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Dow League deadline

Teams participating in the Dow Chemical summer slowpitch softball league must have their entry fee paid by Tuesday, May 7.

To pay fees, call Wayne Kellogg at (740) 532-3043 or (740) 550-0865.

Boys’ cage tourney

The Tri-State Express will conduct its first annual basketball tournament June 12-14 at Ironton High School and the Sports Center.

The tournament is open to boys’ teams ages 8-15. Entry fee is $150.

For further information, call James Hopkins at (304) 544-1268 or Joe Fletcher at (740) 646-3167.

ILL history project

The Ironton Little League Baseball History project is accepting donations for engraved bricks.

The ILL will engrave a brick with a person’s name and choice of message for $75. There are only 184 total bricks and the deadline is Monday, June 1.

The bricks will be put in place in the ILL Memorial Field Design.

Interested persons should contact Jimmy Mahlmeister at at (740) 646-4436 or email to jimmy mahl@yahoo.com.

IHS girls cage camp

The Ironton Lady Fighting Tigers basketball camp will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Monday through Thursday, June 15-18, at the Ironton Sports Center for girls in grades 3-9 as of the fall of 2009.

Camp fee is $20. Each camper receives one cold beverage daily and a T-shirt at the end of the camp. Checks should be made payable to the Tiger Clan.

Girls may register on the first day of camp, but early registration will help campers receive the proper shirt size. Forms are available at the city schools, Bob Linn Sporting Goods or download a PDF form on the Ironton City Schools web page.

Various awards will be presented at the end of the camp.

Camp director is coach Doug Graham at Ironton High School (740) 532-3911.

Lady Hornets’ camp

The Coal Grove girls basketball camp will be from 9 a.m. to noon June 1-4 for girls entering grades 2-8 for next school year.

Students from any school district are welcome. The camp will be held in the Dawson Bryant Elementary School gymnasium. The cost is $25 and a T-shirt is included.

Free drinks will be provided at breaks. The camp will feature skill development, competitions and games.

Send checks payable to the Hornet’s Nest Booster Club to: Nick Miller 1 Hornet Lane Coal Grove, Ohio 45638.

IHS boys cage camp

The Ironton Fighting Tigers basketball camp will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Monday through Thursday, June 8-11, at the Ironton Sports Center for boys in grades 3-9 as of the fall of 2009.

Camp fee is $20. Each camper receives one cold beverage daily and a T-shirt at the end of the camp. Checks should be made payable to the Tiger Clan.

Boys may register on the first day of camp, but early registration will help campers receive the proper shirt size. Forms are available at the city schools, Bob Linn Sporting Goods or download a PDF form on the Ironton City Schools web page.

Various awards will be presented at the end of the camp.

Camp director is coach Mark LaFon at Ironton High School 532-3911 Ext. 19.

Memorial Day run set

The eighth annual Veterans Memorial Day 5K Run will be held on Monday, May 25.

The race begins at 8 a.m. at the Leibert Corporation, 3040 S. Ninth St. in Ironton.

Registration is $15 before May 23 and $20 after that date. Awards will be given to the top three overall male and female runners and the top three in each age division. There are no duplicate awards.

T-shirts are guaranteed to the first 250 runners. Food and door prizes will be available after the race.

Race day registration is from 7-7:45 a.m.

For more information, call Ironton Physical Therapy at (740) 534-1156 or (740) 532-8885.

ILL needs info help

The Ironton Little League is compiling information regarding the accomplishments of all-star teams in the league.

The ILL needs a list of baseball and softball teams that were district champions or runners-up as well as state champions and runners-up.

Anyone with information should contact Jim Mahlmeister at (740) 646-4436 or email to jimmy mahl@yahoo.com.뿿