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BATTLE OF THE BRIDGES FOOTBALL TICKETS – Tickets for the Battle of Bridges football game, between Clarkston and Lewiston at 7 p.m. Friday at Bengal Field, will go on sale at every high school starting today. The cost is $ 5. Students with ASB cards can purchase tickets for $ 2. Tickets will be sold until Friday noon. Doors will open at 5:45 p.m., with Clarkston fans entering from the east side and Lewiston fans from the west side. No passes will be accepted other than Idaho High School Activities Association cards.

RUN-WALK-WALK – Moscow Elks Lodge 249 will be hosting a walk-walk-walk on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. to commemorate the 20th anniversary of September 11 at Elks Golf Course. The First Responder’s Challenge 5K race begins the event. A 5 km souvenir walk around the golf course takes place at 9 a.m. A walk to downtown Moscow will begin at 10 a.m., where a final ceremony will take place at the Slice Taphouse. Registration is free, but a donation of $ 25 would be greatly appreciated. Proceeds will go to American Red Cross Disaster Services and Biomedical Services in our region. The American Red Cross on site for those wishing to donate blood from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information or to register, visit uidaho.edu/current-students/military-and-veteran-services/9-11- souvenir walk.

LCSC MEN’S HOOPS JUNIOR FALL LEAGUE AND CAMP – The Lewis-Clark State Men’s Basketball Team to Host its Annual Fall Junior League and Basketball Camp for Boys in Grades 1-8 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., four consecutive Sundays starting September 19 at the Center activity. The cost is $ 75. For more information or to register, visit events.handbid.com/auctions/mens-basketball-junior-warriors-fall-league

LCSC BASEBALL FALL FUNDRAISER – The Lewis-Clark State Baseball team will be hosting their fall fundraiser for a chance to win a DLX pellet grill and a side of beef. Tickets can be purchased until September 30 for $ 20 each by going to events.handbid.com/auctions/lc-state-baseball-fall-fundraiser-raffle. All proceeds will be donated to the baseball program to help fund scholarships, travel expenses, facility upgrades and equipment purchases. The draw will take place on October 1 and the winner will be contacted. For more information, call Jake Taylor at (208) 792-2272 or Allen Balmer at (208) 792-2279.

WSU BASEBALL OUTLOOK CAMP – The Washington State baseball coaching staff will lead potential players entering the camp entering Classes 8 through 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on October 2 at Bailey-Brayton Field. There will be professional style training, with both offensive and defensive instruction and evaluation. There will be a hard-hitting presentation from Coach Brian Green, a pitching presentation from Assistant Anthony Claggett, a recruiting presentation from Recruitment Coordinator Terry Davis and a strength and conditioning presentation from Strength and Conditioning Coach. Monty Matthews conditioning. There will also be live simulated play, Trackman data reports sent to all players, and tours of the Back to Omaha facilities and campus. The cost is $ 150. For more information, visit wsubaseballcamps.totalcamps.com/shop/product/42430

FUTURE WARRIOR FALL PROSPECT CAMP – The Lewis-Clark State Baseball Program will host its Future Warrior Fall Prospect Camp for high school and college players from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. on October 23 at the Harris Field. All campers will receive a t-shirt, evaluation sheet and LCSC baseball information kit. Check-in takes place 30 minutes before the start of each camp. The cost is $ 100. For more information, contact Anthony Balderas at (760) 310-2064 or [email protected], or Darren Trainor at (209) 620-3804 or [email protected]

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