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Fort Loramie enters its second decade of football this year.

Fort Loramie enters its second decade of football this year.


FORT LORAMIE – Athletic Director Damon Smith has announced that starting with the 2015-16 fall athletic season the Fort Loramie Athletic Department will be offering a new ticket structure that is designed to offer a substantial savings over the conference adopted gate ticket prices for home Redskin athletic events.

The athletic department is pleased to provide these opportunities to support Fort Loramie Athletics.

Offered will be:

• Family All-Sports Pass (4 passes which includes 2 reserved football seats)

• Adult All-Sports Pass (1 pass which includes 1 reserved football seat)

• Student All-Sports Pass

• 10-event Multi-Event Pass

• Reserved Football seat passes only.

If more than the 4 passes included with the Family All-Sports Pass are needed additional Student All-Sports passes can be purchased. The All-Sport passes will grant admittance to all home Fort Loramie athletic events for grades 7-12. All ticket prices at the gate will be based upon the adopted Shelby County League and Northwest Central Conference admission prices.

People who purchase any of these passes will receive a laminated pass which will be shown at the gate to gain entry. Passes may be picked up at the gate at the first home game, or if requested, mailed later in August. For further information contact the Athletic Department at 937-295-3342 or email tom.wisener@loramie.k12.oh.us. The order form and more details can also be found at: fortlormieathletics.com under the “Tickets” tab.

Fort Loramie will begin another fall season after a state championship from the girls’ volleyball team. The high school volleyball team will begin at Coldwater on Aug. 22nd while the football team will start at Minster on Aug. 28th.

The golf teams will start the fall season, too. The girls’ begin on August 5 at Covington and the boys’ on August 7 at Minster. The cross country teams, including junior high, will start at the Shelby County Preview August 25 at Russia. The 7th grade football team begins its season at Waynesfield-Goshen on September 3. The 8th grade begins September 10 against Lima-Perry at home.

Fort Loramie enters its second decade of football this year.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/08/web1_Football-picture.jpgFort Loramie enters its second decade of football this year.

Staff report