FORMER OSU QB TO SPEAK: Former Ohio State quarterback Stanley Jackson is one of three speakers slated to talk at the local Republicans dinner at Camden Falls on Thursday. The dinner is $15 for Advertiser-Tribune readers. The doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased by calling 567-207-6911 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GOLF: The Bauman Two-Man Best Ball League at Clinton Heights saw Rick Theis and Herb Sendelbach leading the league with 15 1/2 points. On the prize holes, Theis was closest to the pin on No. 11. Anthony Theis was closest in two on No. 13 and the longest putt on No. 16 was Howard Hohman. The long drive on No. 18 was Denny Krupp. The team Rick Theis and Sendelbach had the low gross was 30.
n In the Tuesday Bump's Travel Golf League held at Indianbrook, the team of Ken Gooding, Sam Paradiso, John Bell and Bing Fowler finished at 16-under.
n In the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies Golf League, Lee Michaels had the longest drive on No. 3 and Eileen Borer was closest to the pin on No. 6. Marie Shuey sank the longest putt on No. 8 and Barb Kuhn had the low gross.
n Paul Donaldson and George Wolph fired a 36 for low gross in the Tuesday Night Scramble League at Clinton Heights. The week two point leaders, with 12 1/2 points, were the duos of Doug Clouse and Shawn Bloom and Mark Welly and Brian Bean. Donaldson and Wolph hit the longest drive on No. 17. Ron Wise and Marc Baugher sank the longest putt on No. 16. Jim Carter and Dave Kirby were closest to the pin on No. 14 and Jerry Baker and Dick Gower closest to the pin on No. 11.
GOLF OUTING: The Over 50 Golf Outing, featuring a four-person scramble format, is slated for June 25 at Nature Trails in Bettsville. The 8:30 a.m. shotgun start is $23 a person, which includes green fees, cart and prizes. For more information, call Ron Rau at (419) 937-6182.
BASKETBALL CAMP: Heidelberg will be hosting a pair of basketball camps in the coming weeks. On Friday and Saturday, the 2012 skills camp will be held for boys entering grades 7-12 this coming school year. The cost is $100, which including an overnight stay. Commuters can pay the reduced rate of $75. The camp will focus on speed and agility training as well as all aspects of play for post and perimeter players on both ends of the floor. The 2012 Next Level Basketball School is open boys entering grades 6-12 this fall and will run June 24-27. The cost is $270 per camper or $190 for commuters. The goal of this camp is to raise each player's current basketball understanding and ability to the next level, focusing on basic fundamental skills, training and tools. All campers will receive a t-shirt, camp ball, notes and drills, photos of team and coach and a season pass to all Heidelberg men's basketball games during the coming season. For more information, contact Anthony Gholson at (419) 448-2006 or email@example.com.
TU BASKETBALL CAMP: Tiffin Women's Basketball Kidz Camp is available to boys and girls ages 6-12. The camp will last from today through Friday and check in will be at 8:15 a.m. at the Gillmor Student Center. The cost, which includes a t-shirt, is $50 per camper, or $75 for two. For more information, contact assistant coach Kylene Spiegel at (419) 448-3308.
SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT: The Mayfly Classic softball tournament will be held on Saturday in Port Clinton. The tournament is a Class D/E Qualifier. For more details, call Mike Williamson at (419) 656-2197.
The Royals trounced the Indians, 15-0, on Monday. Flex Bogart had the Indians' lone hit of the night. Bailey Breidenbach was a single short of the cycle while Darek Feindel blasted two homers and laced a double to boot. Brenton Brown, who was the winning pitcher, smoked a homer, Levi Warwick had two doubles and Zavier Sherman and Kylen Coopshaw each had two-baggers.
n The Diamondbacks' Clay Bowman fired a no-hitter in a 13-0 victory against Dodgers. He had two doubles, a single and five runs. Jaxon Harris doubled, singled and scored three times. Layla Black had two singles and two runs while Blaize Wagner had a pair of hits. Mason Dohl had two singles and a run while Jayce Bowman and Jaden Myers each had a single and a run scored.
n The Tigers clawed past the Mets, 13-2. Trevor McCarthy had a double and a single while Evan Elchert singled for the Mets. Quinton Smith picked up the victory for the Tigers, adding two singles at the plate. Trevor Blodgett had a single in the win.
The Eagles edged H&H Environmental, 6-5, on Monday. Josh Dentinger tripled, Colin Burkett and Gabe Reyes singled and Willie Fleck, C.J. Assenheimer and Jacob Charlton all doubled for H&H Environmental. Brandon Brown collected a pair of hits, Quentin Bauer and Kyler Krupp both tripled and Jadyn Miller and Toby Ramsdell each doubled for the Eagles. Eli Smith and Drew Koerper each singled.
n The Knights of Columbus no-hit Rotary in a 6-0 win Monday. J.J. Dull brought the stick, falling short of the cycle by a single. Graydon Bunting had two hits and Karter Reinbolt and Connor Salazar each collected a single.
Tiffin Catholic 1 defeated Bascom 2 in Seneca County C League play. Luke Ritzler's walk-off double scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning. For Tiffin Catholic, Ritzler had a single, double and triple. Aaron Rombach hit a double, while Sam Allen, Quinn Ronski, and Jack Shultz all had singles.