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43rd annual Sertoma Classic kicks off high school football in the Lowcountry

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The Sertoma Classic, held at The Citadel's Johnson Hagood Stadium, has become the traditional beginning to the high school football season in the Lowcountry. The Sertoma Classic, held at The Citadel's Johnson Hagood Stadium, has become the traditional beginning to the high school football season in the Lowcountry.
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The 43rd annual Sertoma Classic is scheduled for August 22-23 at The Citadel's Johnson Hagood Stadium. The gates open at 4 p.m. With games beginning at 5 p.m.

The Sertoma Classic has become the traditional beginning to the high school football season in the Lowcountry.

Tickets for the Sertoma Football Classic are $10 and can be purchased in advance from cheerleaders for participating schools. Parking is limited so Sertoma Club members recommend carpooling.

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There is a $5 parking fee for official Sertoma Football Classic lots: Holiday Alumni Center Lot (Hagood Ave. and Congress St.), Stoney Field Lot (Hagood Ave. and Fishburne St.), Altman Center Lot (Fishburne St. and Hagood Ave.) and MUSC Lot (Lockwood Dr.).

Nearby parking will also be available non-Sertoma lots: Joe Riley Stadium Lot (Lockwood Dr.) and Brittlebank Park (Lockwood Dr.)

Visit the website for more information about the Sertoma Football Classic.

Sertoma Football Classic Schedule Thursday Aug. 22 : (*denotes 2 quarters of play)

  1. Lincoln vs. Baptist Hill
  2. North Charleston vs. Kingstree
  3. Military Magnet vs. Academic Magnet
  4. *Wando vs. Hanahan
  5. Pinewood Prep vs. Burke
  6. West Ashley vs. St. John's
  7. *James Island vs. Stratford

Sertoma Football Classic Schedule Friday Aug. 23: (*denotes 2 quarters of play)

  1. Palmetto Christian vs. Garrett Tech
  2. Stall vs. Colleton County
  3. Ashley Ridge vs. Woodland
  4. *Summerville vs. Bishop England
  5. Northwood vs. Porter-Gaud
  6. Cane Bay vs. Fort Dorchester
  7. *Berkeley vs. Goose Creek

 

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