BASEBALL TRYOUT: Coast to Coast Baseball will hold tryouts at 10 a.m. on July 13 Ohio University, July 16 at Mt. Vernon Nazarene University, July 17 at Kent State, July 18 at Diamond Indoor Sports in Westlake, and July 19 at Bowling Green State University for players age 10-18. Players will be evaluated on hitting, fielding, arm strength and speed. A hitting camp occurs at 2 p.m. after each tryout at the same location. Players accepted into the program may choose to represent the USA in competition, or work with top college coaches and pro scouts at one of the Florida or Arizona Camp and Showcase events held at a MLB spring-training complex. For more information, visit www.CoastToCoastAthletics.com or call (740) 373-4455.
MEN'S BASEBALL: Uitto Baseball defeated Perry Baseball, 13-1 in a Tiffin Men's League game Tuesday. Garrett Krause pitched a complete game for Uitto's, striking out nine and giving up six hits. Krause also led the offense with three hits and two RBI's. Brooks Hall and Matt Wilson added two singles each, while Kyle Uitto contributed an RBI double.
GOLF: Todd Focht and Rich Focht tied for first with Bud Witsman and Deuny Krupp in the second third Jeffrey Jewelry Monday Night Two-Man Best Ball League at Seneca Hills. Bo Yanni and Rick Burkett took the low round with 34. Yanni won long putt on No. 14. Fred Smith took closest in one on No. 18.
n In the AMVETS League at Seneca Hills, the team of Dick Rochester and Steve Schafer have won the first half with 81 1/2 points. Dale Hoover and George Sauber closesly followed with 81 points. Ron Burkett took the long putt on No. 1. Ron Kegley took long putt on No. 4 and Dave Myers had closest to pin in two on No. 3.
n Doug Tanner and Ron Brickner tied for low gross with 40 and Dennis Depinet had 30 for low net in the P.J. Brickhouse Golf League at Loudon Meadows. John Schumm won closest to pin on No. 18. Closest to pin in two went to Jeremy Schumm on No. 13. Dennis Mack took long putt on No. 17.
n Lenny Gosche and Howard Hohman lead the late shift of the Baumann Auto Group Wednesday Night Two-Man Scramble at Clinton Heights with 26 1/2 points. Rick Theis and Herb Sendelbach fired a 32 for the low gross. Prize holes went to Matt Burroughs (closest to pin No. 11), Tony Hufford (closest to pin No. 14), Jay Rishty (long putt No. 17) and Andy Jackson (long drive No. 18).
n Dave Sendelbach leads the Clover Club League at Clinton Heights with 20 points, one point ahead of Bill Bonham and Jim Frederick. Jason Hoffbauer fired a 36 for the low gross. Hoffbauer and Denny Reamer shared the low net. Prize holes went to Butch Whipple (closest to pin No. 11), Hoffbauer (long drive No. 16), Terry Howler (long drive No. 18), Mike Hitchcock (closest in two No. 12) and Clark Hutson (closest to lake without going in No. 13). Reamer and Tony Latona had the skins.
n Carl Rainey, Bob Teach, Dave Seislove and Tom Traunero tied the team of Chuck Wilbert, Bing Fowler, Tom Holz and Bob Grothaus at 5-under to win the Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prize holes went to Jim Weinandy (long putt No. 2), Bob Overholt (closest in one No. 5) and Holz (closest in three No. 9).
On The Diamond
Tiffin Eagles defeated H & H Environmental, 7-3. Gabe Reyes hit a home run for H & H. Willie Fleck and Josh Dentinger each singled. For the Eagles, Quentin Bauer, Toby Ramsdell and Braden Brown each had a single. Kyler Krupp had two singles. Trevor Fox singled and hit a grand slam for the winning team.
n K of C beat Rotary, 9-6. For Rotary, Park Hemminger singled and Todd Simonds had two singles. Ryan Sharpe singled and doubled, along with Jayce Kidwell. For K of C, Graydon Bunting, Jace Windoor, and Luke Brickner each singled. Brandon Couch, Jaron Gase and J.J. Dull each doubled. Karter Reinbolt had a triple. Matt Klepper singled and hit a homer.
n Bair Bros. took the victory over the Elks, 6-5. Dylan Hurst and Blacke Donnersbach each singled for the Elks. Ayden Olszewski had two singles, A.J. Elchert had a double, and Shelby Fitch tripled. For Bair Bros., Cody Craig and Brett Kelbley each singled. Donnie Magill had two singles. Austin Harp singled and doubled. Wayne Harrison and Tyson Price each had a triple.
n Old Fort Bank shut out Marco's, 13-0. Jake Hayman singled for Marco's. For Old Fort Bank, Karson Kiser and Jacob Banks each had a single. Cole Widmen had two singles, and Austin Mungia doubled twice. Max Blackford, Austin Halsey and Andrew Taylor each had a double of their own. Isaiah Orozco tripled.
Reece Moore belted two singles and a homer and Brendon Blott homered and singled as the Yankees beat the Mets 7-4. Takaia Goodman doubled and singled for the Yankees, Luke Graham doubled and Josh Yentzer and Michael Elchert both singled. Branden Cox's two singles led the Mets. Hayden Carter, Trevor McCarthy, Donnell Brockington and Devaunte Brockington all singled.
n The Cubs outlasted the Red Sox, 15-12.
n Griffin Buntin, Travis Everhart and LJ Reaves combined for a no-hitter against the Dodgers, as the Red Sox won 11-0.
n The Red Sox beat the Indians, 8-1 with William Heineman and Griffin Bunting pitching a no-hitter.
n The Royals outlasted the Tigers 2-1 to improve to 11-1 and advance to the championship game for the second year in a row. Bailey Breidenbach and Kylen Coopshaw both singled for the Royals, with Darek Feindel earning the win. Pat Marquis doubled for the Tigers, and Quentin Smith and Cameron Smith both singled.