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Big Red season tickets pick-up

STEUBENVILLE?- Steubenville Big Red football season ticket holders must pick up their tickets by Thursday. If not done, they will be canceled for the year.

The Urban Mission will collect nonperishable items for their pantry at Big Red’s Thursday 7 p.m. opener against Detroit Central.

Weir parking passes for sale

WEIRTON?- The Weir Football Boosters will sell black lot reserve parking passes for all home varsity games. The cost is $30, and they can be picked up at Frankovitch, Anetakis, Colantonio and Simon through Friday.

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Bruins blank Red Devils

WELLSBURG – The Brooke girls soccer team stopped visiting St. Clairsville 7-0 Monday at the Brooke Athletic Complex.

Bruins’ goalkeeper Payge Farmer picked up four saves in earning the win. Amanda Loughrie had a pair of goals for the Bruins with Michaela Hinerman and Leila Hannoui each adding a goal and an assist. Also scoring goals for Brooke were Dynah Sayre, MeKenzie DeFranco and Megan Bilak. Assists were dished out by Andrea Jenkins, Shelby Cronin, Jenna Licceloi, Cheyenne Hudson and Lauren Altobell.

St. Clairsville goalie Brianna Sowers saved 11 shots.

Wildcats stop Big Reds

BELLAIRE – The Edison volleyball team went on the road and earned a four set victory at Bellaire, 15-13, 17-25, 25-22, 25-20, Monday.

Cassady Jarvis had an all-around performance for the Wildcats with 21 points, eight kills, four blocks, three aces and three digs. Caitlin Brenstuhl had 20 assists with Maddie Williamson adding 17 points and six digs. Katelyn Pollock had a strong outing with 14 kills, nine points and six digs, while Alexis Gill added six kills and five blocks, Kalee Neal had six digs and two points, Sarah Ross had nine assists, Jackie Wiedaman had six points and Kim Wilson had three kills.

Edison hosts Union Local Thursday.

Redskins spike Ferry

WINTERSVILLE – The Indian Creek volleyball team swept Martins Ferry 25-11, 25-9, 25-11 Monday.

The Redskins (1-1) were led by Jessica Furda’s 24 assists, six digs, four aces and three kills. Bethany Davis had eight kills and 12 digs, while Alexis Fithen had eight kills and two blocks, Bre Berryman had six kills and three blocks and Kaylee LaRue had four kills and five digs. Kiarra Kamarec had four kills, two aces, two blocks and two digs, with Mallorie Sullivan adding seven digs and Brooke Spence contributing four digs.

The Redskins host Big Red tonight.

Red Knights swing past Wildcats

TORONTO – The Toronto golf team defeated Edison 180-189 Monday at Dyer Country Club.

The Red Knights’ Will Newbold claimed medalist honors with a 40 while teammate Riley Keirsey shot 44. A pair of 48s were turned in by Ben Hlivko and Caden Kelly to round out the Toronto scoring.

Shane Pendleton shot 42 to lead the Wildcats. Clay Woodward added a 43 while Jimmy Marsh shot 51 and Ben Boyd shot 53 for Edison.

Panthers top Big Red

YORKVILLE – The Buckeye Local golf team beat Steubenville 197-208 Monday at Bec-Wood Hills Golf Course.

Brennan Czuchran shot a 43 to lead the Panthers. Eric Williams shot a 49, Josh Faldowski shot 51 and Dan Duill shot 54 for Buckeye Local.

Big Red’s Kasey Patterson was medalist, shooting a 42 to lead all scorers. Josh Gault and Isaiah Lee each shot 54 and Isaiah Herring shot 58 to round out Steubenville’s scoring.

Merchandise at Harding

STEUBENVILLE – The Big Red football and cheerleader parents will sell merchandise at Harding Stadium during seventh- and eighth-grade games.

Petteway to miss season

MORGANTOWN – West Virginia reserve linebacker Shaq Petteway will miss the 2013 season with a torn knee ligament.

Coach Dana Holgorsen said Monday the junior from Steubenville Big Red, will be redshirted after tearing an ACL in fall camp, which wrapped up last week.

Petteway had 42 tackles as a backup last season. He also saw considerable playing time on special teams.

West Virginia opens the season at home Saturday against William & Mary.

From staff and wire reports

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Golden Bears selling tickets

NEW MANCHESTER – General admission tickets for Oak Glen’s home opener, set for 7 p.m. Friday against Edison, will be available today through noon Friday during normal business hours in the high school main office, at Citizens Drug Store in Chester and the New Cumberland RX Center.

Cost is $5 for adults and $4 for students. All tickets at the gate are $6. Football season tickets are available through Friday at the high school main office.

Meat the Bears will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Oak Glen Multi Sports Complex. All fall sports teams from the high school and middle school teams and the Golden Bear Marching Band will be introduced. Items from the various teams will be available for purchase.

Redskins win at Shadyside

SHADYSIDE – The Indian Creek boys cross country team won the Shadyside Invitational Saturday, scoring 19 points by placing first, second, third, fifth and eighth.

Allen Keister won the event. He was followed by Kyle Weaver, Tyler Gaydosh, Tanner Wise and Eli Vaughan. For the girls, Addie Winland was eighth, Abby Greco 11th and Fanci Ward 13th.

Crusaders place fourth

BOARDMAN – The Catholic Central golf team finished fourth out of 15 teams Saturday at the Cardinal Mooney Classic. Austin Meronoff led the way with a 73. He was followed by Jason Bensur (75), Mike Manfresca (84), Josh Merriman (91) and Nick Ivkovich (96).

Silver Knights blank Bears

NEW MANCHESTER – The Tyler Consolidated boys soccer team defeated host Oak Glen, 3-0, Saturday at the Oak Glen Multi Sports Complex.

Nate Bennett had eight saves for the Golden Bears. Dylan Romine scored twice and Matthew Goudy once for the Silver Knights. Nathan Heintzman had seven saves.

Creek boosters to meet

WINTERSVILLE?- The Indian?Creek Athletic Boosters will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the high school cafeteria.

Madonna to hold golf tournament

WEIRTON – The 10th-annual Weirton Boys and Girls Club Golf Scramble will be held Sunday at Mountaineer Woodview Golf Course and will begin with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun. The team handicap must exceed 30 with only one member of the team with a six handicap or less.

The cost is $260 per foursome. The event will be open to the first 30 paid teams. It is being sponosred by Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort. For information, contact Vince Azzarello at (304) 797-0040 or George Vargo at (304) 748-8238.

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Crusaders down Red Knights

TORONTO – Austin Merenoff shot a 1-over 36 Wednesday at Dyer Country Club to be the medalist as the Catholic Central golf team defeated Toronto, 154-209.

Mike Manfresca carded a 37, Nick Ivkovich 39 and Jason Bensur 42 for the Crusaders.

Ben Hlivko led the Red Knights with his 47. Ron Newbold shot 50, Parker Wright 55 and Sante Carducci 57.

Panthers top Red Riders

RAYLAND – Eric Williams earned medalist honors with his 43 Wednesday at BecWood Golf Club as the Buckeye Local golf team beat Weir High, 207-222.

Brennan Czuchran shot 45, Jake Savage 58 and Dan Duill 61 for the Panthers.

Joe Patterson paced the Red Riders with a 50. Tyler Warrick and Austin Paul-Orecchio each carded 51s and Eric Winwood a 70.

Huskies lose opener

EAST LIVERPOOL – The Harrison Central girls soccer team dropped a 6-2 decision at East Liverpool Tuesday in the inaugural game for the program. Raven Cruz and Gina Sadler each had a goal. Sadler and Spencer Blumenschein recorded assists and Cara Young had 19 saves.

Riders to honor 1973 team

WEIRTON – Weir High School will celebrate the 40th anniversary of its 1973 football team’s appearance in the Class AAA state championship game during a special ceremony Sept. 13 at Jimmy Carey Stadium.

The team will be recognized between the first and second periods of the Red Riders’ game against Edison.

Coached by George Kovalick, the 1973 Red Riders finished the regular season at 9-1. They defeated Madonna in the season opener and lost to Wintersville in Game 2.

Weir then capped off the season to finish third in the state AAA rankings by winning its final eight games against Oak Glen, Wheeling Central, John Marshall, Morgantown, Triadelphia, Wheeling, Brooke and Youngstown South.

In semifinal action at Parkersburg, Eric Frankovitch’s 11-yard touchdown pass to Frank Jeter with 17 seconds remaining lifted the Red Riders to a 26-20 comeback victory over No. 2 and previously unbeaten Fairmont West.

One week later, despite surpassing top-ranked East Bank in total offense and first downs, the Riders fell 10-0 to the Pioneers in the championship game.

Team members interested in participating in the 40th anniversary ceremony can contact event chairman Coty Shingle at (304) 374-1558.

Junior tennis league to begin

WEIRTON – The second year for the junior tennis program for middle school students throughout the Ohio Valley will be be held from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday at Starvaggi Park.

A brief parents organizational meeting will be held prior to practice. All levels of skill players, including beginners are welcome. Come dressed and ready to play. A program for younger players is available also.

For information, contact Sandi Gajtka at (304) 723-8184 or Sue Wesie at (304) 224-1892.

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Red Riders selling tickets

WEIRTON – Tickets for the OVAC Kickoff Classic on Aug. 29 at Indian Creek High School are on sale at the Weir High School athletic office. The cost is $10 for both games.

Indian Creek hosts the Red Riders at 5:30 p.m. and Weirton Madonna takes on Beallsville at approximately 7:45 p.m.

Also, the Red Riders will hold a scrimmage at Jimmy Carey Stadium at 6 p.m. Thursday with Monroe Central.

Redskins selling tickets

WINTERSVILLE – Indian Creek football season tickets will be on sale through Aug. 28 at the athletic office. Season tickets will not be available after that date. Student Activity passes are also available for $35.

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Big Red to hold preview

STEUBENVILLE – Steubenville Big Red will hold a preview/scrimmage on Tuesday against Struthers High School. The seventh- and eighth-grade will have an intrasquad scrimmage at 4 p.m. followed by the varsity team at 5 p.m.

The reserve and freshmen teams will scrimmage following the varsity. Admission is $3 for adults and $1 for students. There is not a sign-in sheet for parents for a scrimmage. Everyone is to pay.

Big Red will host a Meet the Team at 6 p.m. Thursday at Harding Stadium. The evening will introduce the Harding Middle School football and volleyball teams and cheerleaders.

The high school boys soccer, girls soccer, volleyball, golf and football teams and coaches will be introduced. The cheerleaders will perform their competition routine and the band will do its pregame and halftime performances.

Admission to this event is a nonperishable item for the Urban Mission.

Madonna to hold golf tournament

WEIRTON – The 10th-annual Weirton Boys and Girls Club Golf Scramble will be held Sept. 1 at Mountaineer Woodview Golf Course and will begin with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun. The team handicap must exceed 30 with only one member of the team with a six handicap or less.

The cost is $260 per foursome, will be open to the first 30 paid teams. It is being sponsored by Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort.

For information, contact Vince Azzarello at (304) 797-0040 or George Vargo at (304) 748-8238.

Dons football to hold fundraiser

WEIRTON – The Madonna football program will hold Tailgate 2013 at 6 p.m. Friday at the Serbian Picnic Grounds. Cost is $10 per person and includes chicken wings, pulled pork sandwiches, coleslaw, homemade chips and more.

Music will be by Soundstation.

There will be a live auction, a Chinese auction and drawings. All proceeds will benefit the Madonna football team.

For tickets, call (304) 723-8620 or (304) 479-0018.

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Oak Glen tops Weir

WEIRTON – The Oak Glen golf team defeated Weir High Thursday at Williams Country Club.

The Golden Bears shot 240 as a team led by Haley Spurlock’s 52. Trey Reese shot 58, Mike Watkins shot 59 and Matt Stipec shot 71.

The Red Riders had only three golfers compete with Tyler Warrick’s 53 leading the way. Austin Paul-Orecchio shot 56 and Joe Patterson shot 72.

Redskins down Big Red

RICHMOND?- Cody Hopkins earned medalist honors with a 46 Thursday as the Indian?Creek golf team defeated Steubenville Big Red 190-211 at Blackmoor Golf Club.

Adam Freshwater and Aaron Foldi each shot 47 and Chris Riffee a 50 for the Redskins.

Josh Gault and Kasey Peterson each carded a 49 for Steubenville. Jonah Moro shot 54 and Deshaun Smith a 59.

Softball signups Sunday

STEUBENVILLE – The Steubenville Co-ed Adult Fall Softball League will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday at Belleview Park.

Entry fee is $180 and play begins on Aug. 26.

For information, contact Jason Jenkins at (740) 317-1975 or Bill Ellis Jr. at (740) 424-6722.

Golden Bears hosting scrimmage

NEW CUMBERLAND – Oak Glen hosts a football scrimmage with Madonna and Wellsville at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Oak Glen Multi Sports Complex. The cost is $3 for adults and $2 for students. Everyone should enter and sit on home side bleachers.

Big Red Boosters to meet

STEUBENVILLE – The Big Red Boosters Club meet on at 6 p.m. Monday at the high school conference room. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. Memberships are available at the meeting.

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Central scores victory

WEIRTON – The Steubenville Catholic Central golf team defeated Steubenville Big Red 171-239 Wednesday at Williams Country Club.

Austin Merinoff paced the Crusaders with a 36. Mike Manfresca added a 41, Josh Merriman a 44 and both Nick Ivkovich and Jason Bensur shot 47.

Big Red was led by Kasey Patterson’s 47 with Jonah Gault shooting 60, Gabrielle Peterson 65 and Josh Morrow 67.

Weir competed with three golfers. Tyler Warrick shot 54 to top the Red Riders while Austin Paul-Orecchio shot 58 and Joe Patterson shot 68.

Huskies win tri-match

CADIZ – Bryce Walrath captured medalist honors with a 42 Wednesday at Cadiz Country Club as the Harrison Central golf team shot 183 to beat Edison (213) and Buckeye Local (226).

Austin Kowalski shot 45, Jarett Edwards 47 and Matt Hawthorne 49 for the Huskies.

Jimmy Marsh carded a 43 to pace the Wildcats. Shane Pendleton and Mason Allese each shot 54 and Clay Woodward a 62.

Eric Williams shot 47 to lead the Panthers. Brennan Czuchran shot 49, Dan Duill 57 and Josh Faldowski 73.

Dons football to hold fundraiser

WEIRTON – The Madonna football program will hold Tailgate 2013 at 6 p.m. Aug. 23 at the Serbian Picnic Grounds. Cost is $10 per person and includes chicken wings, pulled pork sandwiches, coleslaw, homemade chips and more.

Music will be by Soundstation.

There will be a live auction, a Chinese auction and drawings. All proceeds will benefit the Madonna football team.

For tickets, call (304) 723-8620 or (304) 479-0018.

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Indian Creek rolls to win

EAST LIVERPOOL – The Indian Creek golf team defeated Oak Glen 187-227 Tuesday at Turkana Golf Course.

The Redskins received 46 from both Chris Riffee and Cody Hawkins. Aaron Foldi shot a 47 and Adam Freshwater added a 48.

Haley Spurlock shot 49 to lead the Golden Bears with Trey Reese shooting 53, Mike Watkins shooting 60, and Matt Stipec shooting 65.

Weir competed as well, but only had three golfers. Austin Paul-Orechio shot a 46, Tyler Warrick a 53, and Joe Patterson a 68.

Oak Glen to hold golf scramble

NEW CUMBERLAND – The Oak Glen Boys’ Basketball Golf Scramble is scheduled for Sept. 8 at Woodview Golf Course.

The cost is $240 per team and each player gets a steak dinner and drinks with entry. There is an opportunity to win a new car with a hole-in-one on the 15th hole sponsored by C. Hacket Dealership.

For information, contact Denny Bailey at (304) 479-0710.

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Bruins defeat Monarchs

WELLSBURG – Logan Lojszczyk earned medalist honors with a 78 Monday as the Brooke golf team defeated John Marshall, 359-426, at Highland Springs.

Noah Teaff and Mario Boni each shot 93 and Michael Petrosky a 95 for the Bruins.

Colin Griffith had a 93 for the Monarchs. Austin Blake shot 108, Kenneth Corley 111 and Kailey Pettit a 114.

Wildcats stop Big Red

EAST?SPRINGFIELD – Ben Boyd captured medalist honors with a 91 as the Edison golf team beat Steubenville, 386-437.

Jimmy Marsh shot 95, Clay Woodward 99 and Shane Pendleton 102 for the Wildcats.

Kasey Peterson led Big Red with a 91. Josh Gault shot 102 and Isaiah Lee and Jonah Moro each had a 122.

Weir High’s Tyler Warrick shot 98 and Austin Paul-Orrechio 102.

Huskies finish 10th

WEST LAFAYETTE – The Harrison Central golf team shot 395 Monday at the Indian Valley Invitational at River Greens Golf Course.

Austin Kowalski led the Huskies with an 88. Ian Saho shot 98, Evan Ossman a 99 and Bryce Walrath and Jarett Edwards each shot 110.

Buckeye alumni band to play

YORKVILLE – The Buckeye Local School District Alumni Band will march with the Panther Band at the Aug. 31 home football game against Westinghouse of Pittsburgh.

All band alumni (includes all consolidated schools) are invited to participate. If you are interested in participating in the band, majorette, flag corp or dance line, contact Shari Gaul at (740) 310-7161 or Connie Emery at (740) 733-7972 or (740) 381- 4891 or on or before Saturday.

Steubenville to hold sign-ups

STEUBENVILLE – Registration for the Steubenville Girls Softball Association fall ball will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Jim Wood Park. The cost is $30 per girl, and $15 for each additional girl in the family for age groups U8, U10, U12 and U15. You can bring a team for $300.

For information, contact Butch Brown at (740) 497-3792 or Jeremy Groves at (740) 424-2859.

OVAC seeking hoop officials

The OVAC and the Ohio Valley Basketball Officials Association are seeking new recruits to become basketball officials. Classes will begin next month.

Anyone interested in attending these classes and will be available to officiate the upcoming season, can e-mail their name, address and phone numbers to basketball@ovac.org or call (304) 639-7272 or (740) 359-0437.

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Redskins outshoot Red Knights

UNIONPORT – The Indian Creek golf team defeated Toronto 181-215 Thursday at Red Oaks.

Aaron Foldi earned top honors for the Redskins with a 44. Jesse Rouse (45), Chris Riffe (46), and Justin Dailey (46) all shot well in the victory.

The Red Knights were led by Will Newbold’s 51. Sante Carduci shot 54 with Ben Hlivko and Riley Keirsey each shooting a 55.

Central wins tri-match

STEUBENVILLE – Austin Merenoff won medalist honors with his 3-under 33 Thursday at Steubenville Country Club as the Catholic Central golf team shot 149 to beat Edison (206) and Steubenville (221).

Mike Manfresca carded a 36, Jason Bensur a 39 and Nick Ivkovich and Josh Merriman each shot 41.

Jim Marsh’s 48 paced the Wildcats. Ben Boyd shot 49, Mason Allese 54 and Clay Woodward 55.

Kasey Peterson totaled a 40 for Big Red. Isaiah Lee shot 58, Jonah Moro 61 and Isaiah Herring and Josh Gault each had 62.

Central boosters meetings set

STEUBENVILLE – The Steubenville Catholic Central Athletic Boosters have meetings scheduled Wednesday and Aug. 28 at 7:30 p.m. at the school cafeteria.

Crusaders holding Meet the Team

STEUBENVILLE – Steubenville Catholic Central High School’s Meet the Team is Aug. 20 at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 5 p.m., with food and refreshments available for sale.

Hawthorne records an ace

NEW CUMBERLAND – Michal Hawthorne had a hole-in-one Thursday at Mountaineer Woodview Golf Course. Hawthorne hit a wedge on the 135-yard 17th hole.

Mary Ann Brinbridge was the witness.

Chifin records an ace

NEW CUMBERLAND – David Chifin hit a hole-in-one at Mountaineer Woodview Golf Course. Chifin hit a 7-iron on the 135-yard 17th hole.

Witnesses were Andy Gulish and Tom Cooper.

OVAC seeking hoop officials

The OVAC and the Ohio Valley Basketball Officials Association are seeking new recruits to become basketball officials. Classes will begin next month. Anyone interested in attending these classes and will be available to officiate the upcoming season, can e-mail their name, address and phone numbers to basketball@ovac.org or call (304) 639-7272 or (740) 359-0437.

Big Red boosters to meet

STEUBENVILLE – The Big Red Boosters will meet at 6 p.m. Monday at the high school conference room. Athletic Director Lynn Meyer will be in attendance. Booster representatives will also be present at ticket sales on Tuesday through Thursday with the yearly Booster Membership Newsletter. Memberships, NFL cards and merchandise will also be available.

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Williams golf tourney coming up

CHESTER – The Fritz Williams Memorial Golf Classic will be held Aug. 31 at Mountaineer Woodview Golf Course with a 9 a.m. shotgun. The cost is $60 per person and includes golf, cart, beverages throughout the day and dinner. It is open to amateurs only.

For information, contact William Currenton at (304) 479-6875.

Steubenville to hold sign-ups

STEUBENVILLE – Registration for the Steubenville Girls Softball Association fall ball will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Jim Wood Park. The cost is $30 per girl, and $15 for each additional girl in the family for age groups U8, U10, U12 and U15. You can bring a team for $300.

For information, contact Butch Brown at (740) 497-3792 or Jeremy Groves at (740) 424-2859.

Big Red tickets pick up

STEUBENVILLE – Big Red football season ticket holders may pick up their tickets at the high school ticket office from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 13, and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug 14-15. Seats may not be added or deleted.

Greene records an ace

UNIONPORT – Jack Greene recorded a hole-in-one at Red Oaks Golf Course. He used a 9-iron on the par 3 fourth hole. The shot was witnessed by Jack Greene II.

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Tryouts for softball team

ST. CLAIRSVILLE – Extreme Power Travel Softball will hold tryouts for U18 at 9 a.m. and U14 at 12:30 p.m. on Aug. 17 at the North Market Fields. Arrive a half hour earlier to fill out forms.

The U18 players must not be older than 18 on Dec. 31. The U14 players must not be older than 13 on Dec. 31. Please bring your own equipment. Tryout will include hitting, fielding, running and pitchers and catchers.

You may pre-register with players name, address, age and contact information by e-mail at coach@expowerfastpitch.com.

For information, or to ask questions, contact Larry DeLuca at (740) 632-3916 and leave a message or visit www.expowerfastpitch.com

Volleyball refs class to be held

A volleyball referee class will be held for the Columbiana board of volleyball referees. For information, contact Joe Banovsky at (740) 632-2871.

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Marland Heights 5K is set

WEIRTON – The Marland Heights Classic 5K and community races will be held Aug. 16. Along with the 5K race, the event will feature a two-mile fitness walk, youth races for children 12-and-under and the High School Challenge.

Registration forms are available at the Millsop Community Center or online at mcc-weir.tripod.com. The cost is $14 in advance for the adult races ($10 for teens). There will be a $2 fee for youngsters participating in the Youth Fun Run. Race T-shirts will be given to the first 80 participants for the major races and walk.

For information, contact Kevin Elias at (304) 797-5721.

Brooke to sell tickets

WELLSBURG – Season tickets for the Brooke football season will be available in the athletic office from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday through Aug. 16. Cost is $20 per set with seating contracts.

Current season ticket holders must pick up their tickets no later than Aug. 16 in order to retain current seating. If you do not have a current seating contract, the cost is $75 per seat plus $20 for this season’s tickets. Any ticket packets purchased after Aug. 16 will be $5 per game. Unsold reserved seats will be sold on a per game basis for $5 per seat during the week of the games.

Preferred parking passes for current pass holders may be picked up from 9 a.m. go 1 p.m. Thursday and Friday, from 9 a.m. to noon Aug. 12 and Aug. 15-16.

The athletic office will be closed Aug. 14 due to staff meetings.

It is also selling fall athletic passes. The cost is $50 and admits an individual family (two adults and children middle school age and younger in the same household) to all regular season home athletic events during the fall sports season. It does not include varsity football games, WVSSAC or OVAC tournament games.

Student athletic passes are also available for $30 and admits the student to all home regular season athletic events for the 2013-14 school year.

Road Runners to hold tryouts

WHEELING – Tryouts for the 2014 Road Runners travel softball teams will be held Saturday at the I-470 Youth Sports Complex.

Tryouts for U10, U12 and U14 will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and for U16 and U18 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Pitchers in all age brackets must stay an extra 30 minutes.

For information, contact coach Rick Sherman at (740) 819-1757.

Edison to sell tickets

RICHMOND – Football season tickets will be on sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. Monday and Tuesday will be seat renewals and Wednesday through Friday will be new seat purchases.

Senior citizen passes will also be available. In-district passes are $40 and out-of-district passes are $50.

For information, contact Athletic Director JoAnn Stagani at (740) 765-4313, ext. 101.

Coleman to hold camp

WEIRTON – Basketball coach Mel Coleman will hold a centers and forwards fundamentals techniques clinic from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday at the Bush Center at Mercy Baptist Church. The cost is $40. Checks are not accepted.

Fundamentals will include footwork, ball handling, defense, rebounding and shooting.

Toronto season tickets on sale

TORONTO – Reserved season football tickets will be on sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday through Aug. 30 at Karaffa Elementary School.

Reserved tickets are $8 per seat ($40 for season) and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Pre-sale is for season tickets only, not individual games.

Tickets purchased at the gate will be $6. Senior citizens tickets at $5 will be available at the gate only. For information, call (740) 537-2471.

Creek selling tickets

WINTERSVILLE – The Indian Creek Athletic Department is selling season tickets for $25 and student athletic passes for $35. The athletic pass gains the student admittance to any Indian Creek home athletic event in grades 7-12.

Big Red boosters to meet

STEUBENVILLE – The Big Red Boosters will meet at 6 p.m. Monday at the high school conference room. Booster representatives will be present at ticket sales on Aug. 13-15 with the yearly booster membership sewsletter. Memberships, NFL cards, and merchandise will also be available.

Androzzi earns awards

PITTSBURGH – Edison’s Carter Androzzi won the Outstanding Defensive Back and Gridiron Elite Award at the Dermontti Dawson Steeler Football Camp. Both awards were presented by Dawson.

Bowlers wanted

WEIRTON – A Tuesday night mixed bowling league at Holiday Lanes is in search of new teams. The league will be held at 6:30 p.m. The four-person teams may be all men, all women or mixed.

For information, contact Lee Elliott at (304) 670-3331.

Dunn records an ace

CHESTER – John Dunn recorded a hole-in-one at Mountaineer Woodview Golf Course. He used an 8-iron on the 125-yard par 3 17th hole. The shot was witnessed by Joe Lellie and Joe Tunno.

Anderson off to college

OXFORD – Randy Anderson will continue his academic and athletic careers at Miami University of Ohio. He will be a member of the football team. He is the son of Ruby Haynes and the grandson of James and Margaret Hayes of Steubenville.

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Buckeye Local holding meeting

RAYLAND – Buckeye Local Junior and Senior High Schools are holding a mandatory sportsmanship and eligibility meeting at 5 p.m. on Aug. 12 at Buckeye Local High School in the theater for all children participating in scholastic athletics or cheerleading.

The OHSAA requires all parents and children to attend this meeting before children are allowed to participated in these activites.

Panthers passes and tickets on sale

YORKVILLE – Buckeye Local all-sport passes and season tickets go on sale at World War II Memorial Stadium Aug. 16 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The Panthers football team will scrimmage Cambridge at 5 p.m. on that date.

Reserved seat season tickets cost $2 for six home games while reserved seats with a purchased pass cost $2 a ticket. All-sport senior passes cost $40, all sport adult passes cost $100 and all sport student passes cost $50.

Tickets and passes are available during school hours beginning Aug. 20.

Football practice to begin

WINTERSVILLE – Indian Creek Junior High football practice begins Monday at 6 p.m. at Indian Creek High School.

There will be a short parents meeting in the cafeteria to fill out all paperwork. All athletes should have their physicals.