GOLF: Nature Trails will host a four-person scramble Saturday. Cost is $20 per player and includes a cart. There will be $1 beer and hot dogs. For more information, call (419) 986-5229.
n Nature Trails will host the Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment (FACT) golf scramble on Sunday. Cost is $200 for a four man team, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, prizes and a meal. For more information, call Clint Clouse at (567) 278-1993 or email email@example.com.
n Chuck Wilbert, Tom Holz, Keith Breighner and Tom Miller shot 6 under par for first in the Senior League of Clinton Heights last Friday. Long putt award went to Herb Love on No. 13. Phil Miller took closest to pin on No.11. Closest in two went to Jim Weinandy. Tom Holz had closest in three shots on No. 17. Gary Kroeger aced the par three on No o. 14.
n In the Clinton Heights Senior League, the team of Bob Waltermyer, Ralph Williams, Bill Dunlap and Tom Traunero tied for first with Chuck Wilbert, Norm Murray, Jim Weinandy and Bob Huffman. Both teams shot 7 under par. The longest putt went to Fred Smith on No. 6. Closest to pin went to Dave Seislove on No. 5. Bob Grothaus shot closest in two on No. 3. Closest to pin in three shots on No. 9 went to Waltermyer, Weinandy, Phil Miller and Bill Powell.
n In the AMVETS League at Seneca Hills, the team of Dale Hoover and George Sauber are in first place. Steve Schager had longest putt on No. 13. Long putt went to Hoover on No. 15. Sauber was closest to pin on No. 18.
n Ron Brickner shot a 40 for low gross and Paul Gosche ended with a 28 for low net in the P.J. Brickhouse League at Loudon Meadows. Rick Kessler had long putt on No. 17. Brickner was closest to pin on No. 18.
n Barb Kuhn had the low gross in Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League. Kuhn also had closest to pin on No. 6. Paula Bowers had longest putt on No. 1. Lee Michaels shot closest in three on No. 7.
n Three teams tied for first in the Jeffrey Jewelry Monday Night Two-Man Best Ball League at Seneca Hills. Bud Witsman and Denny Krupp scored the low round with 34. Mike Porter was closest in one on No. 2. John Tomaszewski had longest putt on No. 8.
n Rick Theis and Herb Sendelbach fired a 30 for the low gross in the late shift of the Wednesday Night Baumann Auto Group Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights. Prize holes went to Jim Birch (closest in two No. 10), Matt Lambert (closest to pin No. 11) and Jim Fuggit (long putt No. 12).
BASEBALL: The Legends of the Fall Baseball League is taking applications for prospective baseball players in grades 9-12 for the Fremont Ross High's fall baseball program. Applications will be accepted until Aug. 31. Cost is $60. Spots will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis. Players should bring all equipment needed to play except their jersey. Games begin Sept. 9 and will run for five to six weeks on Sundays only. For more information and registration material, visit sites.google.com/site/fremontfallbaseballleauge.
n Sandusky defeated Galion, 11-1, in the American Legion Fifth district championship game at Tiffin University Field. Sandusky will represent the district in the state tournament, which begins on Monday in Lancaster.
FOSTORIA: Fostoria High's cheerleaders will hold a car wash Saturday at Fostoria's AutoZone from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Proceeds will help cheerleaders purchase apparel for the upcoming season.
n The mandatory OHSAA meeting for all 7-12 grade Fostoria Junior/Senior High School student athletes is Aug. 5 at 2 p.m. in the gym. All student athletes and parents must attend.
COLUMBIAN: Columbian will hold a parent/player meeting on July 30 at 6 p.m. in the high school library for anyone interested in playing golf. All paperwork is due at the meeting. Copies can be downloaded at www.tiffin.k12.oh.us. For more information, call coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2603.
Tiffin Babe Ruth Tournament
FOP No. 128 overwhelmed Webster 13-5 Sunday in the second championship game to capture the title. Andy Lucius led the winners with a double and single, and Oliver Stevens and winning pitcher Isaac Moore both singled twice. Will Jones, Lalo Ludwick and Tandy Adams each backed them with a double, and Justin Bair singled. Alex Jeffrey doubled and singled for Webster, Brad Fitch doubled and Dominic Latona singled.
n Will Jones lined two singles and picked up the win Sunday as FOP No. 128 opened the tournament finals with a 6-4 win over Webster. Kaleb Tyree and Oliver Stevens each knocked a double, and Andy Lucius, Justin Bair and Lalo Ludwick all singled. Brad Fitch's double and singled keyed Webster. Noah Babcock, Alex Jeffrey, Mason Mullennex, Brayden Harrison and Jackson Sebetto each singled.