CALVERT: Calvert High School is seeking a head varsity volleyball coach for this fall. Please send a letter of interest with resume to Scott Brickner, athletic administrator, in care of Calvert High School, 152 Madison St., or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Athletic department phone is (419) 447-3844, ext. 16. Deadline for the applications is Jan. 20.
n Calvert High School is seeking a head varsity golf coach for this fall. Send a letter of interest with resume to Scott Brickner, athletic administrator, in care of Calvert High School, 152 Madison St., or email ad(at)calvertcatholic.org. Athletic department phone is (419) 447-3844, ext. 16. Deadline for the applications is Jan. 27.
n Tipoff for Calvert's varsity girls basketball game at Hopewell-Loudon Thursday is scheduled for 7 p.m.
COLUMBIAN: Columbian Tornado Athletic Boosters will hold their meeting 7 p.m. Wednesday in the cafeteria.
FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL: Calvert defeated Findlay 27-22. Michael Smith had nine points for the Senecas, while Tyler Long had six. Findlay's leading scorer was Alec Ramsey with six, while Sam Scampus also had six.
FRESHMAN GIRLS BASKETBALL: Carey defeated Mohawk 34-28. Scorers for Mohawk were Allison Price (12 points), Chelsea Clinger (9) and Sheyanne Wilhelm (7).
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL: Seneca East's seventh grade beat Mohawk 40-31. Brennan Martin and Zach Aichholz had 12 each for SE. Chase Chapman had eight.
n Tiffin's eighth grade fell to Norwalk, 28-27.
n Tiffin's seventh grade beat Norwalk 34-21. Cody Scheer had 13 and Connor Meyer had five.
n New Riegel's eighth grade defeated Fremont St. Joe, 46-13. The Blue Jackets were led by Austin Mathias with 18 points and Devin Reinhart with 10. New Riegel's record is 7-2.
n Hopewell-Loudon's eighth grade defeated Bettsville, 43-20. Leading scorers for H-L were Logan Tyree with 16 points, while Austin Hossler added seven. Bettsville's leading scorer was Kyle Hager, who scored five.
n Old Fort's seventh grade beat Willard Thursday night, 29-25.
n Calvert's seventh grade beat St. Wendelin, 33-29. Leading Calvert was Peyton Deats with 12 points. Chipping in with eight was Tanner Smith. Leading St. Wendelin was Marcus Lang with 13.
n Old Fort's seventh grade defeated St. Joe, 28-17.
n Calvert's eighth grade topped St. Wendelin, 42-26. Leading Calvert was Drew Ritzler with 13 points. Chipping in was Matt Huffmon with nine. Top scorer for St. Wendelin was Noah Kitchen with 10 points.
n Calvert's eighth grade boys lost to Columbian, 43-29. Leading Columbian in scoring was Cody Kimmet with 15 points. Leading Calvert was Drew Ritzler with 13 points and Matt Huffman adding eight.
n Calvert's seventh grade boys beat Columbian, 45-38 in overtime. Leading Calvert was Alex Keller with 19 points. Also, Peyton Deats had 12 points. Leading Columbian was Conner Meyer with 26.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL: Mohawk's eighth grade defeated Seneca East, 20-15. Ally Weinandy had 10 points, while Maya Morris had four for the Warriors.
n Mohawk's seventh grade beat Seneca East 31-26. Beth Dundore had 12 points for the Warriors, while Raeanna Garber had eight points.
n Old Fort seventh grade beat St. Wendelin, 34-16. Mackenzie Ward had 11 for the Stockaders, while Peyton Miller had six. Allison Adelsperger had five and Caylie Menkoff had four.
n Columbian's eighth grade defeated Norwalk, 28-13. Hannah Reinbolt had seven for the Tornadoes, Beth Mattia had seven while Brianna Leon-Guerrero and Mercades Omlor each had four points. Columbian improved to 9-3.
n Tiffin's seventh grade beat Mohawk, 30-21. Kia Patillo had 13 points for Tiffin, while Taylor Tobin had eight and Jada Reaves four.
n Calvert Catholic's seventh grade fell to Hopewell-Loudon, 37-23.
n Calvert Catholic's eighth grade beat Hopewell-Loudon, 37-3. Taylor Ritzler scored 17, while Danielle Kontak and Linday Bickley had eight points each for Calvert Catholic.
COLUMBIAN BASEBALL: Columbian Baseball will hold its annual mandatory parent meeting Jan. 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Upcoming events, paperwork and calendars will be gone over. Contact coach Curt Mellott at (419) 448-5224
SENECA ARROWS: On Monday night the Arrows fell to the Morrow County Cougars, 46-43. John Hill and Nathan Ferwalder each scored 14 for the Arrows. The Cougars were led by Mark Riffle, with 14 points, and Noah Johnson with 10 points. The Arrows' varsity team will play against the Richland County Bears at the Opportunity Center at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
JUNIOR HIGH WRESTLING: Hopewell-Loudon upset No. 1-seeded Huron at the state qualifying tournament at Clyde, 38-34. The Chieftains went on to beat St. Paul (52-21) and Lorain (60-12) before falling to second-seeded Swanton and missing out on state by six points. It was H-L's first loss of the season. The Chieftains finished the tournament by taking fourth place with a 74-9 setback to Norwalk. Wrestlers going 5-0 on the day were Damion Vitt and Eli Bustillos. Winning four matches were Dylan Hammond, Braxton Young, Mateo Muniz and Alex Brock, and with three wins was Herschel Miers. Noah Breidenbach, Elancio Velasquez, Aaron Sostaric and Noah Babcock each had two wins on the day.
n Mohawk also participated at the Clyde Invite, with the Warriors taking seventh out of 12 teams. At the 142-pound weight class, Tevor Zender took first, while at the 160-pound class, Cole Draper took first and teammate Cadin Emshoff took fourth. Derrick Sowers (150) and Mason Hammond (172) each took second for the Warriors, while Johnny Daniels (88) and Chet Margraf (106) each finished fourth.
WRESTLING: The Tiffin Wrestling Club wrestled at Elmwood Saturday. Placing first for the club were: Maddox Simcoe, Kaylor Reynolds and Jacob Anderson. Second-place finishes went to Andrew Beamer, Jacob Beamer and Andy Branson. Finishing third for the club was Meshai Coleman.