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September 17, 2013
The Herald-Star

Creek selling tickets

WINTERSVILLE - The Indian Creek Athletic Department will sell tickets for Friday's football game against Buckeye Local Wednesday through Friday in the ticket window located in the front of the gymnasium. Reserve seats are $6, general admission $5 and students $4. All tickets at the gate are $6.

Dons seeking coach

WEIRTON - Weirton Madonna High School is seeking a varsity baseball coach. Qualified candidates should prepare a cover letter, resume, athletic resume and three references and drop off at the high school or mail to 150 Michael Way, Weirton, WV 26062.

They may also be e-mailed to Athletic Director Jon Kendrick at or to Principal Steve Grasser at

Resumes will be accepted until Oct. 14.

Game balls available

RICHMOND - Game balls are still available for varsity football games at Edison. Cost is $50. For information, contact Athletic Director JoAnn Stagani at the high school at (740) 765-4313 ext 101.

Oct.r 4 is the "Pink Out", in recognition of breast cancer awareness. All spectators for both teams are encouraged to participate. You could consider purchasing a game ball "In Memory" or "In Honor" of someone who has battled this serious disease.

Red Wings beat Penguins

PITTSBURGH - Adam Almquist scored two power-play goals in the second period and Tomas Tatar had a goal and assist to lead the Detroit Red Wings past the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1 on Monday night in a preseason game.

Paval Datsyuk also scored for Detroit, netting a second-period, unassisted goal.

Almquist scored at 6:10 and 11:50 with shots from the point to put the Red Wings ahead 3-1.

Brandon Sutter netted the lone Pittsburgh goal at 1:05 of the second, to get the Penguins even at 1.

Tatar opened the scoring when he took a failed wraparound attempt and tucked the puck under the crossbar at 12:56 of the first.

Both starting goalies worked two periods. Tomas Vokoun allowed four goals on 15 shots for the Penguins. Detroit's Jimmy Howard made 13 saves.

From staff and wire reports

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