Tickets available for Saturday’s title game
YORK Advance tickets are being sold for the Cougars’ noon Dec. 6 4A Division 11 state-championship game against Spartanburg at Williams-Brice Stadium.
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the York Comprehensive High School main office, South State Bank and both branches of the Bank of York, on East and West Liberty streets.
The sale of tickets will continue 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday and on game day at Williams-Brice Stadium. The gates will open at 11 a.m.
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The only passes accepted are South Carolina High School League passes with appropriate identification. Entry will be at Gate 26.
Parking at the fairgrounds outside the stadium is $10 per car and $20 for RVs or trailers. Only gas grills are permitted at the stadium; no charcoal or wood burning grills are allowed.
Bags will be checked at the gate upon entry. No food, drinks, signs, noise-makers or stadium seats will be allowed.
York has been designated the home team; home seating is in the west stands at the stadium.
York registering for youth basketball
YORK Registration for youth basketball in York is underway.
Participation is open to boys and girls age 5-14.
The cost will be $30 for all participants. Age groups are age 5-7, coed; age 8-10, boys only; and age 11-14, boys only.
Girls age 8-14 will participate in the Junior Cougars program, which is run by the York Comprehensive High School varsity and junior-varsity coaches and players.
A copy of a child’s birth certificate must be on file with York Parks and Recreation before the child can participate.
Registration will continue through Dec. 8. Late registration Dec. 9 and 10 will be $40.
Junior Cougars registration will end Jan. 6, and late registration Jan. 7 and 8 will be $40.
For details, call York Parks and Recreation, 803-684-374.
Clover seeks athletic booster support
CLOVER Clover High School Athletic Director Carroll Hester encourages Blue Eagle supporters to join the school’s Athletic Booster Club.
“The booster club benefits all sports teams at CHS,” Hester said. “With so many fundraisers, the booster club needs more volunteer help, especially the parents of athletes.”
“We hope more prospective members will join us today in supporting our CHS Blue Eagle athletic programs,” said Jeanine Schreiner, president of the CHS Athletic Booster Club. “Ask about one of our committees. It’s a great way to get involved.”
Other club officers are: Manny Rojas, vice president; Jamie McMackin, treasurer; Rich Bottini, secretary; Darlene Oldenburg, memberships; Burnett “Tiny” Jenkins, memberships at-large; and Lesa Jenkins, past president.
For information on how to join, email the booster club at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Clover High School website at www.clover.k12.sc.us/Domain/16 and go to the “athletics” section.