Ironton High School
|Ironton High School|
|1701 South 7th Street
Ironton, Ohio, (Lawrence County), 760
|Type||Public, Coeducational high school|
|School district||Ironton City Schools|
|Color(s)||Orange and Black |
|Sports||Football,Baseball,Basketball,Golf,Track & Field|
|Team name||Fighting Tigers|
|Rival||Portsmouth Trojans,Ashland Tomcats,Wheelersburg Pirates,and Russell Red Devils|
|Alumni||NFL standout Coy Bacon Ohio State Buckeye Tyler Whaley|
|Athletic Director||Mark Lafon|
Ironton High School is a public high school in Ironton, Ohio. It is the only high school in the Ironton City School District. Their nickname is the Fighting Tigers. Their school colors are orange and black.
The Ironton Fighting Tigers are independent, with no league affiliation.
Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships
Ironton Football was coached by the legendary Bob Lutz, who retired in 2012. Coach Lutz set the record for most career wins in Ohio High School Football with 381 wins and also led them to their two State Championships in 1979 and 1989. Mike Burcham was his longtime assistant and he coached Ironton to its one and only State Baseball Championship in 1972.
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