Steelers to hold final sign-ups
WEIRTON - Final registration for the Weirton Steelers youth football team will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at K-Mart on Three Springs Drive.
For information, call (304) 670-9644.
The Steelers will also hold a fundrasier on July 8 at Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza at Settlers Ridge in Robinson. Twenty percent of the sales on all orders will be donated. Tell the server you are dining to support the Weirton Steelers.
Touchdown club to hold scramble
RAYLAND - The Buckeye Local Touchdown Club will hold its annual golf scramble on July 13 at Paradise Hills Golf Course. Cost is $45 per person and includes skins. Registration begins at 7:15 a.m. with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.
For information, call (740) 391-0723 or (740) 424-6300.
Brooke takes second
WELLSBURG - The inaugural Brooke boys basketball shootout was held over the weekend with Oak Glen, Wheeling Central, Steubenville Central, Cameron and Brooke.
In the round robin action, Wheeling Central went 4-0, Brooke 3-1, Steubenville Central 2-2, Oak Glen 1-3 and Cameron 0-4.
Brooke fell to Wheeling Central in the championship game after beating the Crusaders in the semifinals.
Fiedorczyk's compete in race
SARGENT'S PURCHASE, N.H. - Weirton resident Jeff Fiedorczyk and his brother Alex Fiedorczyk of Westford, Mass. ran in the 53rd Northeast Delta Dental Mt. Washington Road Race, also known as "The Run To The Clouds."
The historic all-uphill run draws thousands of runners from across New England, throughout the U.S., and from countries as close as Canada and as far away as Kenya, to make the grueling climb to the summit of the highest peak in the Northeast.
The Fiedorczyk brothers, avid runners, both ran track for Madonna High School. It was Jeff's second run of the road race.
Alex ran for the fourth time. He ran track and cross country for West Virginia University.
The race covers 4,600 vertical feet. The temperature at the peak was 39 degrees, with average wind speeds of 36 MPH, and gusts up to 50. Temperature at the starting line was 61 degrees.
In order to qualify for this challenging 7.6 mile trek up Mt. Washington Auto Road to the summit, runners must participate in a lottery. Over 2,000 applied and 1,300 were chosen to compete.
PAC?to hold meeting
STEUBENVILLE?- The Polish Athletic Club will hold its monthly meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday in the clubhouse.