SENECA EAST: Seneca East will hold its mandatory fall sports meeting for seventh through 12th grade athletes and their parents on Aug. 2 at 6:30 p.m.
CALVERT: The organizational meeting for ninth through 12th grade cheerleading is Friday at 7 p.m. in the media center in the school basement.
TIFFIN MIDDLE SCHOOL: Open volleyball gyms at Tiffin Middle School will occur 9-11 a.m. Thursday and Friday.
BASEBALL: Tyler Eisenhower (Bair Bros.), Braden Brown (Eagles), A.J. Elchert (Elks), Josh Dentinger (H&H Environmental), J.J. Dull (K of C), Zach Hoy (Marco's Pizza), Andrew Branson (Old Fort Bank) and Cain Lachner (Rotary) earned the Tiffin D League Gold Glove awards this year.
BASKETBALL: Unity Christian Ministries is having a 3-on-3 tournament. There will be three divisions, junior high, high and adult. It will be double-elimination, with four players per team. Cost is $40 per team. The tournament will take place at the University of Findlay's outside courts. For more information, call (419) 617-1084 or (810) 845-4524.
n The inaugural Winner's Court Jam Session is Aug. 1-4 at Genoa Middle School for fifth through eighth grade boys and girls. Sessions run 8 a.m.-noon for the first three days and 8-10 a.m. on the fourth. The event includes a workout with Jon Diebler, former Ohio State University player and the Ohio boys high school career points record holder. The deadline to register is Aug. 1. For more information, call Keith Diebler at (419) 308-4617.
SOFTBALL: Seneca East will host its inaugural Junior High Softball Tournament on July 27-29. If enough teams register and compete, four trophies will be awarded. Cost is $60 per team. The drawing for team seeds is July 22 at 2 p.m. at the Republic ball field. For more information, call Jerry Hassinger at (419) 618-1408 or Denny Breyman at (567) 207-8434.
n The 13th annual River Valley Baseball for Youth Fall Softball League for is accepting teams. There will be a travel team and a recreational/all-star league. The age divisions will be 8U through 18U. Teams will play doubleheaders for five Sundays, running Sept. 9-Oct. 7. For more information, visit www.leaguelineup.com/rvbfy2012fallball, or contact Mike Radcliff at (740) 225-2120 or mandjradcliff@roadrunner(dot)com.
n Norwalk's second annual Texas-Shootout All-Nighter in Baines Park is July 27 for men's class D and E teams. Cost is $150 for the double-elimination tournament, with a maximum of 32 teams. The draw date is July 25 in the Ernsthausen Community Center at 7 p.m. Sanction roster and entry fee must be turned in at the draw or prior to the start of the first game. All A.S.A. rules will apply with some exceptions. To enter and receive full list of rules, call (419) 663-6775 Ext. 22.
GOLF: Hickory Grove Golf Club in Harpster will host the Craig Bowman Memorial Tournament on Aug. 26 to benefit Wyandot Memorial Hospital. The scramble begins with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. and features a men's division and a women's division. Prizes valued at approximately $1,600 will be awarded, along with proximity and special contest prizes. Each four-person team must have a combined handicap of 36 or more with only one player having a 7 or less handicap. Cost is $65 per player includes green fees, cart and lunch. Entry forms are available at Hickory Grove, area golf course pro shops and the hospital. The scramble is limited to 36 teams. The deadline to enter is Aug. 19. For more information, contact Ren Sherman at (419) 294-4991 Ext. 2125 or email@example.com.
n Dave Bush and Boomer Roszman won the second third of the Wednesday Night Baumann Autogroup Two-Man Scramble at Clinton Heights. Nub Schrerger and Doug Strausser fired a 32 for the low gross. Prize holes went to Jay Risty (long putt No. 2), Mike Griffin (long drive No. 3), John Beckman (closest in two No. 4) and Brett Fox (closest to pin No. 8).
n Prize holes in the AMVETS League at Seneca Hills went to Dick Rochester (long putt No. 1), Dan McGowan (closest to pin No. 6) and Steve Schafer (long putt No. 9).
n Rick Therriault, Pat Therriault, George Sauber and Bob Barchus won the Bump's Traveling League at Green Hills by virtue of a birdie at No. 16 en route to an 8 under. Herb Love, Sam Paradiso, John Armstrong and John Schalk also shot 8 under.
n Russ Eborg and Scott Swartz are tied with Dave Kirby and Jim Carter with seven points atop the standings of the final third of the Tuesday Night Scramble League at Clinton Heights after one week. Carter and Ron Kern each shot a 29 for the low gross. Prize holes went to Eborg (long drive No. 1), Doug Clouse (long putt No. 2), Ron Wise (closest in two No. 3), Paul Donaldson (long putt No. 7) and Kern (closest to pin No. 8, long drive No. 9).
n Don Kin, Tom Holz, Tom Holmer and Pat McCarthy fired an 8 under to win the Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prize holes went to Bill Powell (long putt No. 3), Kin (closest in one No. 8), Holmer (closest in two No. 1) and Holz (closest in three No. 9).
American Legion District Tournament
Willard beat Medina 17-9 at Heidelberg University, and Sandusky dropped Fremont 7-2 at Tiffin University on Tuesday.
n On Monday, Galion defeated Ashland 9-2 at Tiffin University, and Fremont disposed of Bucyrus 4-1 at Heidelberg University.
Gene Tracy Tournament
Rotary drilled Old Fort Bank 17-2 for the title, getting two doubles and two singles from Payn Young. Todd Simonds added a double and single, Cain Lachner doubled and Cooper Gilliland, Riley Sendelbach and Ryan Sharpe all singled. Austin Mungia homered for Old Fort Bank, Cole Widmer tripled and Zach Runion, Andrew Branson and Karson Kiser each singled.
n Old Fort Bank edged K of C 4-3 to reach the finals. Karson Kiser doubled for Old Fort Bank, and Andrew Branson and Austin Mungia each singled. K of C finished third. Jarod Gase doubled, and J.J. Dull and Graydon Bunting both singled.
n Rotary upended Old Fort Bank 6-4 in eight innings Tuesday. Ryan Sharpe, Cameron Gooding and Jayce Kidwell each singled for Rotary. Cole Widmer's double and single paced Old Fort Bank. Karson Kiser and Andrew Taylor both singled.
* K of C stormed past H&H Environmental 6-2 on Tuesday after falling behind 2-0. Graydon Bunting, Brandon Couch, Karter Reinbolt and Matt Klepper all singled for K of C. Will Fleck singled twice for H&H.
n H&H Environmental held off Elks long enough in the sixth Monday to claim a 6-4 win. H&H led 6-0 after the third, but gave up four runs in the bottom of the sixth. Ben Dryfuse homered and tripled for H&H, C.J. Assenheimer singled twice and tripled, Will Fleck homered and Gabe Reyes singled. Dylan Hurst tripled for the lone Elks hit.
n K of C thumped Marco's 15-2 on Monday, getting a triple and double from Jaron Gase, a triple and single from Alden Bodak and two doubles each from Graydon Bunting and Karter Reinbolt. Matt Klepper backed them with a double and single, Evan Laux tripled, J.J. Dull doubled and Brandon Couch singled.
D League All-Star Game
The Blue Division scored a run in the bottom of the sixth to clip the Gray Division 14-13 on July 4. Karter Reinbolt singled twice and tripled for the Blue Division, Jayce Kidwell and Alden Bodak both singled twice, Quentin Bauer tripled and Riley Sendelbach and Gabe Reyes both singled. Cole Widmer tripled for the Gray Division, Zach Runion and Aidan Olszewski both doubled and Jake Hayman, Andrew Banson and Elise Kimmet all singled.