GOLF: In the Bauman 2-man Best Ball League at Clinton Heights, leading the league with 33 1/2 points is the team of Denny Krupp and Cory Banks. Krupp also took two prize holes getting the closest in two on No. 3 and the closest to the pin on No. 5. Other prize holes were won by Anthony Theis (Long drive No. 2) and Lenny Goshe (Long putt No. 6). Mike and Anthony Theis had the low gross with a 30. ?* In the Tuesday Night Scramble League at Clinton Heights, Ron Wise and Mark Baugher have the lead with 34 points. Dave Kirby and Jim Carter had the low gross with a 34. Wise and Baugher took two prizes winning long drive on No. 2 and closest to the pin on No. 8. Russ Eborg and Scott Swartz were closest in two on No. 6. ?* In the Tuesday Morning Ladies League at Seneca Hills, Paula Wise was closest in two on No. 10, Joanne Shook had the long putt on No. 12, Lee Michaels was closest to the pin on No. 18 and Barb Kuhn had the low gross. ?* Keith Breighner and Larry Shock lead the way with 26 points in the Reineke Ford Monday Morning Two-Man Scramble at Clinton Heights. Prize holes went to Howard Holman (Closest to pin No.14), Jim Ruess (Closest in 3 No.17) and Larry Shock (Long putt No.18)?* A few spots remain for the annual Terra State Community College golf outing June 1 at Sycamore Hills. The "Fore Student Scholarships Golf Tournament," sponsored by the Terra College Foundation, raises funds to provide scholarships for Terra students. Cost is $100 per person and includes 18 holes of golf, lunch and dinner. The outing is limited to the first 32 paid teams. There are also a variety of sponsorship opportunities, ranging from $100 to $1,000. ?* The Terra Ladies golf outing will be July 9 at Sycamore Hills. Proceeds go to the St. Francis Guild Scholarship Fund to assist women students at Terra. Cost is $55 per person and includes 18 holes of golf, continental breakfast and lunch. Hole sponsorships are $100. New this year, as an added opportunity on the day of the ladies outing, is the Ohio LPGA Golf Professionals "Swing Like a Girl" Clinic. LPGA golf professionals will share tips on grip, posture, alignment and swing fundamentals. The clinic begins at 8 a.m., prior to the 9:45 a.m. shotgun start of the tournament. Cost is $15 per golfer. For more information, contact Ed Mayer, Executive Director of the Terra College Foundation, at (419) 559-2263. ?* In the Tiffin Community YMCA Thursday 2-man Scramble League at Seneca Hills, Jeff Leopold and Eric Slosser lead with 21 points. Prize holes were won by Dick Best (long putt No. 14), Gary Carrick (closest to the pin No. 18), Scott Donaldson (long drive No. 12), John Bing (closest in two on No. 10), Bob Gooding (closest to the pin No. 2) and Cory Fillapovich (long drive No. 7).
FOOTBALL CAMP: Mohawk will be offering a Little Warrior football camp June 12 and June 14 from 8:30-11 a.m. for grades 3-6. Cost is $20. Pre-registered campers will get a T-shirt. Those interested should contack erik(dot)baker(at)mohawklocal.org, or call (419) 927-6222, ext. 1104. ??HEIDELBERG CAMPS: The Heidelberg baseball and softball camp with be held June 11-13 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Cost is $75 and includes lunch and a t-shirt. For more information call Matt Palm at (419) 957-8687 or visit www(dot)heidelberg(dot)edu/athletics/teams/baseball/summercamp. ?* The Heidelberg Next Level Basketball Boys Youth Camp for kids entering grades 6-10, will be held June 24-27. Cost is $270 for overnight campers and $190 for commuters. The advanced skills camp for those entering grades 8-12 will be June 15-16. Cost is $75 for commuters only. For more information, contact coach Gholson at (419) 448-2006. ?* The Heidelberg Girls Basketball Overnight Camp will be June 24-27. Cost is $270 for overnight campers and $190 for commuters. The camp is for those entering grades 6-12. For more information, contact Marcie Alberts at (419) 448-2159, or email malberts(at)heidelberg.edu.
VOLLEYBALL CAMP: The Tiffin Community YMCA will be hosting a volleyball skills and fundamentals camp June 11-14. The first session from 9 a.m.-noon is for girls entering grades 4-6. The second session from 1-4 p.m. is for girls entering grades 7-8. A specialist back row and blockers camp will be held June 25-26. The first session from 9 a.m.-noon is for girls entering grades 7-8. The second session from 1-4 p.m. is for high school age girls. A back row camp will be held June 27-28. The first session from 9 a.m.-noon is for girls entering grades 7-8. The second session from 1-4 p.m. is for high school age girls. For more information call (419) 447-8711 or visit www(dot)tiffinymca.org.
CHEERLEADING: All In Cheerleading is registering for its summer session. Camps will be held for cheerleading, baton, cheer dance and tumbling. For more information, or to register, call Carrie Steele at (419) 618-7447.
On The Diamond
The Diamondbacks broke open a tied game with seven fifth inning runs for a 9-2 win over the Red Sox. Clay Bowman had a pair of doubles, a triple and three RBIs. Jaden Myers had a pair of singles and also drove in three. Chase Frankhauser had a double, a single, an RBI and was the game's winning pitcher. Bowman also pitched for the Diamondbacks. Griffin Bunting had a double and single for the Red Sox. Travis Everhart added a double ?* The Yankees topped the Reds 6-5. Brodie Fox had a pair of triples and a single. Reece Moore had a triple, double and single. Brendon Blott doubled while Michael Elchert and Josh Yentzer each singled. Landon Daum had a pair of singles for the Reds. Nolan Wuescher, Drew Vasko, Dakota Whitmer and Ryan Panuto all singled. ?* The Red Sox defeated the Reds 3-0. Winning pitcher Griffin Bunting helped his cause with two singles. L.J. Reaves also had two singles. For the Reds, Landon Daum and Nolan Weuscher each singled. ?A League
Tiffin Catholic beat Bascom-2 19-7 in four innings. J.J. Dull had an inside-the-park home run. Jaron Gase and Brad Haren each doubled while Grant Vera, Park Hemminger, Tony Szablewski, Connor Kennedy, Connor Kwiat, Devin Borer, Nick Mauer and Joe Stover all singled.
Seneca Hurricanes beat Hopewell, 12-4. Austin Burgess had two home runs to pace the Hurricanes. Bailey Hickman had three singles while Christian Magill doubled and singled. Cole Johnson and Alex Jeffery singled.
Tiffin Elks beat Marco's Pizza 11-8. Blake Dommenolach homered while Oydan Olegeuski had three hits with a double. A.J. Elchert, Logan Achatinger and James Blevins singled. Carson Hohman and Zach Hoy tripled for Marco's while Brenton Prenglin and Dustin Yates singled.?* Bair Bros. tossed a no-hitter in a 2-0 victory over Old Fort Bank. Tyler Eisenhower had a home run while Cody Craig and Blake Steinmetz singled.
Sen-San-Wyan B League
The Tiffin Twisters beat Fremont Catholic 14-9. Macy Allen tripled and singled while Baily Gibson also had two hits. Shayna Schwartz tripled and Alli Hepp doubled. Sami Hepp, Maddy Herdlick, Amber Edgerton, Shawna Barnhart and Niki Cole all singled. ?Tiffin Ponytail Senior Division?Tiffin Hardware beat Viewpoint Graphics 11-9. Riley Williams had three hits and Haley Hough had two for Tiffin Hardware, who was also helped out by the defense of Cheyann Heyman. For Viewpoint Graphics, Rebekah Myers had three this while Miranda Steinmetz and Miranda Myers each had two hits. ?