GOLF: The Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment (FACT) Scramble is July 29 at 8 a.m. at Nature Trails. Cost is $200 per four-person team, and includes 18 holes, a cart, prizes and a meal. For more information, contact Clint Clouse at (567) 278-1993 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
n In the Bauman Auto Group Two Man Group Scramble Late Shift, Rick Theis had the long putt on No. 10, Brandon Beck had the long drive on No. 15, while Doug Strausser was closest in two on No. 16 and Brett was closest to the pin on No. 14.
n Todd Focht and Rich Focht lead the second third of the Jeffrey Jewelry Monday Night Two-Man Best-Ball League at Seneca Hills after tying two other teams for the low round with a 35. Jim Reichart ended closest in two at No. 1, and Rick Greiner hit the long drive at No. 7.
n Doug Tanner won the second third of the P.J. Brickhouse League at Loudon Meadows, with Rick Kessler and Ed Depinet tying for second. Prize holes went to Tanner (long putt No. 17), Joe Smith (closest to pin No. 18), Chuck Shellhammer (most penalties) and Gary Gooden (most penalties).
n Mark Welly and Brian Bean finished atop the standings of the second third Tuesday Night Scramble League at Clinton Heights with 36 1/2 points. A.J. Wise and Jeff Wank fired a 36 for the low gross. Welly and Bean also ended closest in two at No. 10, and Wise and Wank finished closest in three at No. 17.
n John Smith, Ralph Williams, Bob Hoffman and Craig Neifer shot 5 under to win the Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prize holes went to Bob Huffman (long putt No. 7), Howard Hohman (closest in one No. 5), Bob Waltermyer (closest in two No. 2) and Jack Snay (closest in three No. 9).
n Ken Gooding, Steve Meier, Wally Thom and Pat Therriault fired 10 under to claim the Bump's Traveling League at Sycamore Springs. P.J. Hufford, Dale Hoover, Dick Watson and Bum Farr were second at 8 under. Next week's outing is at Green Hills at 10 a.m.
n Joe Blust leads Jim Frederick 32 1/2-30 in the Clover Club League at Clinton Heights. Blust fired a 38 for the low gross and a 28 for the low net. Prize holes went to Henry Ollis (long putt No. 1), Barth King (long drive No. 6), Chris DeAmicis (closest to pin No. 5, closest in three No. 9) and Greg Fretz (closest in two). Skins went to Louie Brickner, Bill Bonham, DeAmicis and Fretz.
BASKETBALL: The Tiffin University Kids Summer Basketball Camp is July 23-24 at the TU Gillmor Student Center. Sessions run 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost is $60, with the second player from a family costing $40. Participants should bring tennis shoes and water. For more information, contact Jerry Buccilla at (419) 448-3024 or BuccillaJ@tiffin.edu.
FOOTBALL: the Seneca County Youth Football Combine Camp for boys and girls age 9-14 is July 21 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Tiffin University's Heminger Center. Cost is $30 and includes a T-shirt and lunch. Players must be registered by Monday. For more information, call (419) 934-0002.
n The Tiffin BullDawgs are registering fourth through sixth grade players. For more information, call (419) 934-0002.
SOCCER: The deadline for sixth through eighth graders to sign up for the Tiffin Soccer Club is July 25. Register by sending an E-mail to email@example.com.
SOFTBALL: A USSSA men's and co-ed slow-pitch tournament will be held July 21 at the Bucyrus Lions Field. Cost is $125, plus $10 per game umpire fee. The drawing for team seeds is Wednesday. For more information, call (419) 618-3317.
HOPEWELL-LOUDON: There is a meeting Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium for seventh through 12th graders interested in wrestling.
n There is a meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the auditorium for junior high girls interested in volleyball, followed by an open gym.
n The mandatory fall sports parent meeting is July 23 at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium. All athletes must attend with at least one parent.
COACH SOUGHT: Hopewell-Loudon seeks a junior high volleyball coach and a junior high cheer coach. To apply, contact Athletic Director Steve Suter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RACING: The UMP Summer Nationals Hell Tour visits Attica Raceway Park this Friday. The UMP Late Models and Modifieds will compete on the Central Ohio Farmers/Summit Racing Equipment Night, along with the Fremont Fencing 305 Sprints. Brian Shirley leads the UMP Late Models Summer National Points, with Shannon Babb second. Gates open at 4 p.m., with racing at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for youth age 11-15 and free for youth 10 and under.