Piqua to hold
Craig Clemons, Dave Gallagher, Matt Finkes, Quinn Pitcock and Brandon Saine will always be remembered for their outstanding football careers at Piqua High School. They continued their gridiron excellence at the collegiate level and share the distinguished honor of being the only five Indians to reach the pinnacle of football prominence by playing in the National Football League.
On Aug. 29, the opening night of the 2014 high school football season, all five of these Piqua football legends will be honored at halftime of the Piqua/Toledo St. John’s contest.
Also at the event will be former Cincinnati Bengal Tony Stewart, representing the NFL.
Immediately after the game, all of the honorees will host a community Open House in the Piqua High School Commons, scheduled to conclude at 10 p.m. Everyone is invited to meet these five individuals whose names are synonymous with football excellence. This will be an excellent opportunity to visit with the NFL greats, add to your autograph collections or get a photograph for your memory scrapbook.
The special week-end will conclude with a Saturday evening dinner to be held at Edison Community College. A cash bar will be available from 6-7 p.m., followed with a buffet dinner. The program for the evening will conclude with the five honorees reminiscing about their high school, college and professional football careers and responding to questions from those in attendance.
Tickets for the dinner will cost $25 and can be purchased at Piqua High School, Thoma Jewelers and the Piqua Area Chamber of Commerce during regular business hours. Only 175 tickets will be sold for the Saturday dinner.
Plan now to attend the football opener and add your applause to these five Piqua football greats, join the fans at the Open House and purchase a ticket for the Saturday night dinner.
44 at Echo Hills
Kathie Isenhouer was low gross with 44 in the Tuesday Ladies League at Echo Hills.
Karen Nickol finished second with 46.
Jane Rudd was low net with 27, while Rosalie Snipes was second with 30.
Clara Sowry was low putts with 16. Joyce Catron and Judy Williams tied for second with 18.
are on sale
Reserve seat and season ticket for the 2014 Fall season at Covington go on sale Monday.
Those who held football reserve seats last season may purchase tickets during the high school open house from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Those who did not hold reserve seats last year should come to the main office from 6:30-7 p.m.
Reserve seat ticket prices for varsity football are $35 for adults.
Varsity football season ticket prices are $20 for students and $35 for adults.
Covington is also offering a high school volleyball season pass. Prices are $20 for students and $45 for adults.
Fall Sports Passes for junior high and high school regular season home events are also on sale.
Cost is $40 for students and $80 for adults.
The Miami East football game with Milton-Union will now start at 7 p.m., instead of the scheduled start time of 7:30 p.m.