VOLLEYBALL: Adult volleyball leagues are forming at the Bellevue Community Center. Women's power and semi power leagues will take place Monday evenings beginning Oct. 3. Entry fee is $80 with a $60 referee fee. A men's league will be held Wednesday evenings beginning Oct. 5. Entry fee is $80. A co-ed league will be held Sunday evenings beginning Oct. 2. Entry fee is $80 with a $60 referee fee. All entry fees are to made payable to the Bellevue Recreation Department. All referee fees are to be made payable to the Bellevue Rec Club. Registration packets are available at the Bellevue Community Center, 110 Cherry Blvd. For more information, call (419) 483-5555 or visit www.bellevuerec.com.
JV VOLLEYBALL: Mohawk moved to 9-0 overall and 5-0 in the MAL with a 25-9, 25-10 win over Fremont St. Joe. Taylor McClain had 19 digs for the Warriors, Clara Adelsperger tossed up 14 assists, and Liz Runion (5), Melissa Carrick (4) and Sarah Runion (3) combined for 12 kills.
n Seneca East beat Carey 25-5, 25-20. Rachel Bauman led the Tigers with five assists, five aces and two kills. Cameil Ruffing added four kills and Kaylyn Goshe served four aces.
Natalie Reinhart served eight aces and added four kills and three digs in New Riegel's 25-10, 25-10 win over North Baltimore. Morgan Noftz chipped in eight assists and Alexis Keiffer lined six kills.
Lakota held off Old Fort 25-20, 26-24. Shelby Bilger had eight digs for Old Fort and Rebekah Gipper lined three kills.
JV SOCCER: Van Buren beat Upper Sandusky 1-0.
JV TENNIS: Columbian's Sarah Guzowski won a singles match against Calvert, and Rachel Gates and Ashley Niedermier claimed a doubles match.
Fostoria's doubles teams of Seth Poole and Angelica Esquivel (8-1), Esquivel and Lauren Risner (8-4), and Alyssia Sandoval and Poole (6-3) all lost against Springfield.
FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Mohawk beat Wynford 25-12, 25-21, thanks to Ali Konkle's nine digs, five aces and three kills. Stacy Clouse added six assists, Sheyanne Wilhelm had five digs and Aubrey Ward slammed three kills and two aces.
New Riegel defeated North Baltimore 25-17, 25-13, getting 10 assists and four aces from Brooke Mathias. Natalie Reinhart slammed seven kills and four aces.
Old Fort beat Lakota 25-18, 25-18.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: Norwalk beat Columbian 22-8. Cliff Miller had a rushing touchdown for TC and Trevor O'Connor caught a pass from Jake Adams for the conversion.
JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Alli Adelsperger and Mackenzie Ward both served five aces as Old Fort's seventh grade beat Lakota 25-15, 25-11. Emily Manasian added two kills for the Stockaders (6-1).
Lakota's eighth grade beat Old Fort 31-29, 25-18. Dawn Wagner and Hope Gippert each served three aces for Old Fort and Alyssa Pence and Chelsey Kohlenberg both added two.
North Baltimore's seventh grade upended New Riegel 24-26, 28-26, 25-10. Haley Hoepf belted five aces and four kills for New Riegel, Shelby Mathias lined five kills and Emily Hohman had four assists.
North Baltimore beat New Riegel 27-25, 25-6 in eighth grade play. Elizabeth Zoeller led New Riegel with five assists, Bailey Reinhart had five digs and Chelsea Werling tallied two kills and two digs.
Haeleah Williams served four aces to key Hopewell-Loudon's 25-15, 25-10 win over Bettsville.
Tiffin's seventh grade dropped Fostoria 25-23, 25-19, getting three kills from Taylor Werling and two aces each from Madison Troha and Madison Moore.
Amber Perry hammered nine kills and five aces in Calvert's 25-21, 25-9 eighth grade win over St. Wendelin. Gabby Bennett added seven assists and Lindsay Bickley belted four kills for the Senecas (8-1).
St. Wendelin upended Calvert's seventh grade 25-20, 12-25, 25-20. Allie Beckley served nine aces for Calvert, Alexi Nielsen drilled five and Laura Haley hammered three.
Mohawk's seventh grade beat Fremont St. Joe 25-13, 25-13, with Emily Pursell serving seven aces. Raeanna Garber lined four kills, Kennedy Jeffrey served two aces and Addie Thiery belted two kills.
Allison Osborn slapped nine kills and three aces in Mohawk's 25-18, 25-21 eighth grade win over Fremont St. Joe. Bailee Daughenbaugh lined three kills.
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: Austin Tooker threw a pair of scoring passes to Logan Tyree and added a rushing TD and conversion in Hopewell-Loudon's 36-6 win over Seneca East. Noah Breidenbach added a rushing score and conversion, Trent Ardner returned one of his two interceptions for a touchdown and Gauge Saddler picked off a pass and ran in a conversion.
Austin Shock ran for four touchdowns and Alex Daniel added another three rushing scores and a conversion as Mohawk's eighth grade blanked Lakota 50-0. Brayden Dunlop added conversion passes to Ryan Strausbaugh and Derrick Sowers, and picked off two passes. Shock also recovered two fumbles.
POKER RUN/WALK: The Seneca County Park District and Tiffin University equestrian team will hold the second annual Equestrian Poker Run/Walk on Sunday, starting at the Garlo Heritage Nature Preserve at 5777 S. State Route 19 outside Bloomville. Cost is $10 for riders and $5 for walkers. Registration starts at noon, with the poker run starting at 1 p.m. For more information, contact Julie Vogel at firstname.lastname@example.org or (419) 389-2090.
GOLF: Wednesday's Retiree League at Clinton Heights was won the the team of Marty Puffenberger, Pete Everhart, Fred Smtih and Nub Scherger with a score of 5-under par. Prizes went to Frank Michniak (long putt), Ray Nutter (closest to pin No. 5), Puffenberger (closest in two No. 1) and Smith (closest in three No. 9). Ted Rombach was the Wednesday Flight A winner and Fred Smith was the Flight B winner.
Stan Bowers, Tom Holz, Bob Barchus, Gene Sherer and Bob Tiell shot 4 under to win the Retirees League scramble at Seneca Hills. Prize holes went to John Eakin (long putt No. 17) and Barchus (closest to pin No. 18).
Nature Trails will hold a scramble for players age 50 and over on Monday, with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $22 per person and includes green fees, cart and prizes. For more information, call Ron Rau at 419-937-6182.
CROSS COUNTRY: The Sutton Bank Elementary Cross Country Race is Wednesday at Myers Park in Attica. Registration for the 1,000-yard race runs 4:45 p.m.-5:30 p.m. The first race begins at 5:30 p.m. for boys in third grade and under. It will be followed at 5:40 p.m. with the girls third grade and under. Boys in grades 4-6 race at 5:50 p.m. with the girls grade 4-6 race at 6 p.m. Entry fee is $2. The top three finishers in each grade receive plaques. For more information, call John Darkow at (419) 443-9953 or e-mail email@example.com.
BOWLING: The Happy Hour League starts Thursday at 6:30 p.m at Heritage Lanes with four person teams. Kids start Saturday at 9:30 a.m. For more information, call Heritage Lanes at (419) 447-8854.