Chattanooga State Vs. Lookouts Exhibition Game Set For April 4

Friday, March 17, 2017

The Chattanooga State Community College baseball program announced that the 12th annual ChattState Tigers vs. Chattanooga Lookouts exhibition game has been set for Tuesday, April 4, at 6:15 p.m.

Ticket sales start today. Prices are $5 for a general admission ticket, with all of the proceeds going toward the Chattanooga State Athletic Department. “We encourage a large crowd for this event – this is a big part of our being able to hold this game every year,” states head coach Greg Dennis.

The ChattState Tiger team is no pushover. The men play to win and often give the Lookouts a run for their money. Win or lose, the evening is full of fun and excitement. “Our goal is to sell more than 1,500 tickets this year, so help us fill up the stadium to support our student-athletes,” said Mr. Dennis.

Tickets are available at ChattState by calling Greg Dennis at 423-697-2418 or through the Lookouts box office at the AT&T Stadium. Tickets also may be purchased on game night.


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