GOLF: The Over 50 Golf Outing, featuring a four-person scramble format, is 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.
n Three teams - Don Kin, Jim Weinandy, Wade Burger and Lou Greiselding; Dale Hoover, John Powell, John Armstrong and Gary Kroeger; and Norbert Scherger, Sonny Hatton, Gary Cole and Howard Hohman - each shot 5-under to win the Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prize holes went to Howard Tiell (long putt No. 2), Kroeger (closest in one No. 5), Fred Smith (closest in two No. 7) and Armstrong (closest in three No. 9).
n Jon Eakin and Gary Kroeger lead the Reineke Ford Two-Man Scramble at Clinton Heights with 38 1/2 points. Prize holes went to Jim Ruess (long putt No. 11), Carl Rainey (closest to pin No. 14) and Keith Breighner (long drive No. 16).
RACING: It was mid-season championship night Friday at Attica Raceway Park, and all four division features came down to the wire. Tiffin's Paige Polyak became the first female sprint car winner at Attica. She led all 25 laps of the Fremont Fence 305 Sprints and held off D.J. Foos and Caleb Griffith while battling lapped traffic late, nearly driving off the track a couple times in turns 3 and 4. Bryan Sebetto passed Craig Mintz late in the non-stop 30-lap O'Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprint feature and held off his late charge to score his second win of the year at Attica. The victory let Sebetto the lead in the 2012 FAST standings. Devin Shiels took advantage of a slip up by defending track champ Ryan Missler with two laps to go to claim the Summit Racing Equipment UMP Late Model feature by a fender. It was Shiels' second career feature win and his second at Attica. Art Ball and Andy Keegan battled side by side the whole way in the 15-lap Bob's Machine Shop Dirt Truck feature, with Keegan taking a lead at the white flag and holding on buy a nose.
ARCHERY: The Tiffin Izaak Walton Club is starting a youth archery and rifle program Thursday. The program is open to boys and girls 9 years old and up. The program is to teach children the safe methods of how to use a bow and arrow, and .22 rifle. Signups are at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Izaak Walton Club House on North River Road. For more information, call Larry Kipps or Dave Wagner at (419) 447-6068.
BASKETBALL CAMP: Heidelberg will host the 2012 Next Level Basketball School on June 24-27 for boys entering grades 6-12 this fall. 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.
COACH OPENINGS: Fremont St. Joe has openings for a head volleyball coach and a head softball coach. Send a resume and references to Gary Geller at St. Joseph Central Catholic, 702 Croghan St. Fremont, OH 43420, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. There are no teaching openings.
BASEBALL CAMP: Tiffin University's annual summer camp runs 9 a.m.-3 p.m. June 25-27. The camp will consist of instruction from 9 a.m.-noon, lunch from noon-1 p.m. and games from 1-3 p.m. The camp will be at Heminger Field at the Paradiso Athletic Complex. Campers should bring their mitt, bat, helmet, cleats, water and lunch. Cost is $90 for all three days, $75 for two days and $40 for one day. Price includes an adjustable hat, video analysis and a personalized locker for the camp. For more information call Joe Wilkins at (419) 448-5116 or email email@example.com.
The Orioles erupted for seven runs in the first inning and cruised to a 12-0 win over The Mets. Blaine Fochib belted three singles for the Orioles, Trent Smith and Kaia Kirkwood both doubled and singled, , Cy Fuedk singled twice, and Robert Danner, Kane Mear and Ethan Mieucks all singled. Devon Stephens and Noah Festier both singled for the Mets.