LOGAN SPORTS CAMPS
LHS, L-HMS camps
LOGAN — Forms are available for this summer’s Logan High School sports camps in the LHS athletic office, on the LHS website and from all buildings in the school district.
Unless otherwise noted, camp fees are $35 for youngsters who attend one camp; $30 each for those attending two camps, and $25 apiece for those taking part in three or more.
The schedule is as follows:
• Football (Mike Eddy, firstname.lastname@example.org): July 15-18 for grades 3-8 (5 to 7 p.m. daily).
• Boys cross country (Connor Cox, email@example.com): July 19-20 for grades 7-12 (Friday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Saturday 8 to 11 a.m.) at Clear Creek Metro, $30. Multiple camp discount does not apply.
• Girls cross country (Hannah Shull, firstname.lastname@example.org): tentatively July 22-23 for grades 9-12 (Monday 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Old Man’s Cave Campground and Tuesday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.) at Logan High School, $60 per camper; July 25-26 for grades 7-8 (8:30 to 10:30 a.m. each day) at Logan High School, $35 per camper.
MS soccer tryouts set
LOGAN — Soccer tryouts for Logan-Hocking Middle School boys and girls entering grades seven and eight this school year will be held in early August.
They are set for Thursday, Aug. 1, and Friday, Aug. 2 (4:30 to 6 p.m. each evening) on the soccer fields behind the Logan School Board Office on Front Street.
All physicals must be completed and turned in to the Logan-Hocking Middle School office prior to tryouts.
These are mandatory tryout dates for boys and girls planning to play junior high soccer. Participants must have soccer cleats and shin guards and bring plenty of water.
Contact Rick Kennard (email@example.com) for more information.
Boosters seek program ads
LOGAN — The Logan Chieftain Athletic Boosters are in the process of obtaining ads for their 2019-2020 fall and winter sports programs.
Ads are various sizes, ranging from business card to full page, and are priced between $50 and $150. The deadline is today (Saturday, July 13).
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a form or for more information. Forms are also available in the LHS athletic department office.
for stadium available
LOGAN — Members of the public once again have the opportunity to “Preserve a Memory.”
New Logan High School families, staff members and community members — as well as those who missed out initially — have another chance to purchase a brick to be placed into the commemorative walls in Logan Chieftain Stadium.
The patron wall is located right inside the main entrance to the stadium and the Veterans Wall is next to the United States flagpole.
Brick sizes and costs are 4x8 inches for $50 (can accommodate up to three lines) and 8x8 inches for $100 (up to five lines).
Exact duplicate bricks (not for installation in the walls) are also available at one-half the above prices.
The deadline to order is July 31 in order to get the bricks placed in time for this season.
All proceeds benefit the LHS athletic department.
Contact Theresa Schultheiss (email@example.com) or Lisa Snyder at 740-385-2069, ext. 4 for more information or to obtain an order form. Forms are also available on the LHS school website under “documents.”
Historian seeks info
LOGAN — The foremost authority on Logan High School’s sports history is seeking to chronicle much more of it.
Spencer Waugh has already compiled a complete statistical history of LHS football that is unmatched statewide and is in the process of doing the same for Logan boys and girls basketball.
Now, however, he is seeking Chieftain football players, classmates and fans from the 1950s and 1960s to interview and record their memories.
Those who would like to share their thoughts and memories about players and/or coaches from that era are urged to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-974-4531.
Waugh continues to work on turning his Logan football research into a book that will feature summaries of every Chieftain football season as well as features on some of the coaches, players and fans who make Friday nights so special in Chieftain Nation.
In addition, anyone possessing old photos, photo negatives, film reels or programs Waugh would like to help you digitize these memories so they can last another 60-plus years.
Waugh has already scanned hundreds of old negatives and photos and has even converted 16mm game film reels to digital files that can be viewed on his website, http://www.loganfootball.com/.
Circleville 5K Aug. 3
CIRCLEVILLE — The 18th annual Circleville Dog Days 5K road race, presented by Red Barn, will be held Saturday, Aug. 3 (9 a.m.) beginning and ending at Circleville High School.
Awards will be given to the top three finishers in each of 34 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.
Visit www.tristateracer.com for entry forms and online registration or register the day of the race from 7:15 to 8:45 a.m. There is a $15 advance fee ($20 on race day) and at least the first 150 registered will receive a free T-shirt.
Contact Bill Search (email@example.com) for more information.
Junior event in Hopewell
HOPEWELL, Ohio — The Crystal Springs Junior Golf Tournament will be held Wednesday, July 31 (8 a.m. tee time), at Crystal Springs 18-Hole Championship Golf Course in Hopewell.
There will be four divisions: 16-18 boys, 13-18 girls, 13-15 boys and 9-12 boys/girls. All tournaments are 18 holes except the 9-12 division, which will be nine holes.
Entry is $25 ($20 for the 9-12 division), which includes golf, food and drink. First- and second-place trophies will be awarded in each division. The entry deadline is July 25.
Those wanting to enter can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide name, age, gender, email, cell phone and school.
Text (no voicemails) tournament director John Rognon at 740-624-2882 for additional information.