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GOLF: In the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi Golf League, Denny McKown and Ed Correll are tied with Matt Hoke and Dave Hoke with 14 points apiece after the second five weeks of play. The prize holes went to Roger Sours with the longest putt on No. 10. Jake Molyet was the closest to No. 11 in two and Ron Rau was the closest to the pin on No. 12.

n In the Tuesday Morning Ladies Golf League at Seneca Hills, prize holes were as follows: Helen Scheid was the closest to the hole on No. 13. Linda Lawrence had the longest putt on No. 15 and Marge Kirian had the best poker hand on holes 10-14.

n After the Tuesday outing for the Steyer Seed 2-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights, the team of Billy Diehm/Ryan Huss leads the way with 25 points. Prize winners were Diehm and Ryan, who each had the low gross with a score of 30. Lou Brickner was the closest to the pin in the Regular division on No. 11. Jim Carter was the closest to the pin in the Senior division on No. 11. Tom Ardner was closest to the pin on No. 14. Kory Conley was closest to the pin in two on 16 and Joel Ardner had the long drive on No. 18.

n At Wednesday’s outing for the morning senior golfers at Clinton Heights, two teams shot 6-under par to win. The team of Ted Rombach, John Powell, Craig Niefer and Steve Scheiber tied with the team of Jim Ruess, Fred Smith, Howard Hohman, Rex Mellott and Al Thomas. Prize holes were as follows: Craig Neifer was closest to the pin on No. 5 in one. Dave Sendelbach was closest to the pin on No. 7 in two. Joe Hill was closest to the pin on No. 9 in three and Jon Eakin had the longest putt on No. 4.

n In the Amvets Golf League at Seneca Hills, the team of Jim Miccichi and Brian Krauss were first half winners with 80 points, and Frank Michniak and a weekly substitute partner were in second place with 77 points. For next week’s outing, the league will split up into four-man teams and play a two-man best ball scramble. Team selection starts at 8:45 a.m.

n In the Tuesday Night PJ Brickhouse Golf League at Loudon Meadows, Ron Brickner and Jeremy Schumm each shot a 35 for low gross. Ryan Depinet shot a 27 for low net. Prize winners were Bill Norris with the long putt on No. 16. Depinet was the closest to No. 17 in two and Rodney Brickner was closest to the pin on No. 18.

n The annual F.A.C.T. (Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment) Outing is Aug. 14 at 9:15 a.m. at Loudon Meadows Golf Course in Fostoria. The event is being sponsored by the Armes Family Cancer Care Center of Blanchard Valley Hospital. Cost is $50 per person (or $200 per team) for the four-person scramble, and covers 18 holes of golf, a cart and lunch. Prizes will be awarded to the winners of the three divisions: men, women and coed. There are four hole-in-one prize holes, including a grand prize of $10,000. Entry forms are available at Loudon Meadows, or by calling Deborah Rinehart at (419) 435-8712. Completed entry forms with checks made payable to F.A.C.T. of Seneca County should be returned to Rinehart. Send completed forms and payment to her at 540 Angela Dr., Fostoria, Ohio 44830.

n The 18th annual Carey Area Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 24 at Lakeland Golf Course, with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble. The deadline to enter is Sept. 8. Send an entry to Carey Chamber Golf Outing, P.O. Box 94, Carey, Ohio 43316 or director@careychamber.com, or pay online at www.careychamber.com/events.

RUN FOR YOUR STRIPES 5K: The second annual Run For Your Stripes 5K hosted by Columbian cross country occurs Monday. Pre-registration will begin at Columbian High School at 7:30 a.m., with the race beginning at 9 a.m. The race entry fee is $15 per person. For more information, call John Kihorany at (440) 823-8484.

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GOLF: The annual F.A.C.T. (Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment) Outing is Aug. 14 at 9:15 a.m. at Loudon Meadows Golf Course in Fostoria. The event is being sponsored by the Armes Family Cancer Care Center of Blanchard Valley Hospital. Cost is $50 per person (or $200 per team) for the four-person scramble, and covers 18 holes of golf, a cart and lunch. Prizes will be awarded to the winners of the three divisions: men, women and coed. There are four hole-in-one prize holes, including a grand prize of $10,000. Entry forms are available at Loudon Meadows, or by calling Deborah Rinehart at (419) 435-8712. Completed entry forms with checks made payable to F.A.C.T. of Seneca County should be returned to Rinehart. Send completed forms and payment to her at 540 Angela Dr., Fostoria, Ohio 44830.

n Fritz Smith, Denny Lofay, Brad Hess and Paul Donaldson shot 11 under to beat Steve Lauer, P.J. Hufford, Howard Elchert and Tom Puffenberger by a stroke in the Bump’s Tuesday Traveling League at Sycamore Hills. Next week’s outing is at Lincoln Hills near Upper Sandusky, beginning at 9 a.m.

n Fritz Smith and John Englehart lead the Men’s Catholic League at Seneca Hills with 106 points. Denny Krupp shot a 5-under 30, and ended with a 28 for the low gross.

n The 18th annual Carey Area Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 24 at Lakeland Golf Course, with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble. The deadline to enter is Sept. 8. Send an entry to Carey Chamber Golf Outing, P.O. Box 94, Carey, Ohio 43316 or director@careychamber.com, or pay online at www.careychamber.com/events.

SOFTBALL: The Oak Harbor All-Nighter national-qualifying men’s tournament is July 8-9. Call or text (419) 603-7687 to enter.

n The Laurie Mann All-Nighter national-qualifying men’s tournament is July 22-23. Call or text (419) 603-7687 to enter.

RUN FOR YOUR STRIPES 5K: The second annual Run For Your Stripes 5K hosted by Columbian cross country occurs July 4. Pre-registration will begin at Columbian High School at 7:30 a.m., with the race beginning at 9 a.m. The race entry fee is $15 per person. For more information, call John Kihorany at (440) 823-8484.

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GOLF: The team of Frank Michniak, Paul R. Fey, Tom Ruikkie and Monty Scott shot one under par to win Monday’s Retirees League outing at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Nick Say, who had the long putt on No. 10. Larry Wilson was closest to the pin on No. 16. Frank Michniak, Dick Best and Tom Ruikkie tied for the low gross with 36.

n The team of Mike Hampp and Ted Romback lead the Reineke Monday Morning Golf League at Clinton Heights after the second-third of play with 24 points. Prize winners included Ted Rombach, who was the closest to No. 3 in two strokes. Bill Dunlap had the long putt on No. 6. Jon Eakin was the closest to No. 8 in one stroke. Rombach was the closest to No. 9 in three strokes. Due to the Fourth of July falling on a Monday, the league will resume play July 5.

n The annual F.A.C.T. (Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment) golf outing will be at Loudon Meadows Golf Course 9:15 a.m. Aug. 14. The event is being sponsored by the Armes Family Cancer Care Center of Blanchard Valley Hospital. Entry fee is $50 per person (or $200 per team) for the four-person scramble. The fees cover 18 holes of golf, the golf cart, and lunch. Prizes will be awarded to the winners of the three divisions: men, women and coed. There are four hole-in-one prize holes, including a grand prize of $10,000. Entry forms are available at Loudon Meadows, or by contacting Deborah Rinehart at (419) 435-8712. Completed entry forms with checks made payable to F.A.C.T. of Seneca County should be returned to Rinehart. Send completed forms and payment to her at the following address: 540 Angela Drive, Fostoria, OH, 44830. The event is limited to the first 25 paid entries.

SOFTBALL: The Oak Harbor All-Nighter national-qualifying men’s tournament is July 8-9. Call or text (419) 603-7687 to enter.

n The Laurie Mann All-Nighter national-qualifying men’s tournament is July 22-23. Call or text (419) 603-7687 to enter.

RUN FOR YOUR STRIPES 5K: The second annual Run For Your Stripes 5K hosted by Columbian cross country will take place July 4. Pre-registration will begin at Columbian High School at 7:30 a.m., with the race beginning at 9 a.m. The race entry fee is $15 per person. For more information, call John Kihorany at (440) 823-8484.

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SOFTBALL: The Oak Harbor All-Nighter national-qualifying men’s tournament is July 8-9. Call or text (419) 603-7687 to enter.

n The Laurie Mann All-Nighter national-qualifying men’s tournament is July 22-23. Call or text (419) 603-7687 to enter.

GOLF: Brandon Procaccini took over first place with 134 points after Week 8 in the Phat Cakes Par Tee League. Steve Bernard is second with 131 points. Jason Galitza had the low round with a 41. Galitza, Brian Perrine and Jack Rose won the skins game. Prize winners were Mike Hitchcock (pin shot No. 5), Andy Halcomb (long putt No. 7), Bernard (long drive No. 9) and Schramm (proximity shot No. 4 and best poker hand).

RUN FOR YOUR STRIPES 5K: The second annual Run For Your Stripes 5K hosted by Columbian cross country will take place July 4. Pre-registration will begin at Columbian High School at 7:30 a.m., with the race beginning at 9 a.m. The race entry fee is $15 per person. For more information, call John Kihorany at (440) 823-8484.

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SOFTBALL: The Oak Harbor All-Nighter national-qualifying men’s tournament is July 8-9. Call or text (419) 603-7687 to enter.

n The Laurie Mann All-Nighter national-qualifying men’s tournament is July 22-23. Call or text (419) 603-7687 to enter.

GOLF: Fred Reimer and Dan Gaietto lead the Thursday Night K of C League at Clinton Heights with eight points. Prizes went to Mark Orians (long putt No. 13), Josh Predieri (closest to pin No. 11), Louie Brickner (closest in two No. 16) and Tony Arend (long drive No. 17). Jeff Welty and Dave Losey won two skins, while the twosomes of Predieri and Matt Litton, John Arend and Tony Arend, Tim Ritzler and Brickner, and Tony Latona and Rusty Latona all had one.

n Tom Ardner, Harry Smith, Wes Ferguson and Dave Fraley shot 8 under to win the Friday Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Jim Sherwood (closest to pin No. 14), Dave Combs (closest in three) and Craig Neifer (long putt No. 10). Smith and Bob Shultz also shared the honor for closest in two at No. 12.

n Zach Fowler leads the Napoli Pizza League at Clinton Heights with seven points, while Dave Snyder and Joe Magers are tied for second with six points. Tony Latona and Josh Predieri tied for the low gross at 38, and Magers fired a 31 for the low net. Prizes went to Predieri (closest in two No. 4), Louie Brickner (long drive No. 2), Emily Banks (closest to pin No. 5), Latona (long putt No. 7) and Denny Reimer (closest in three No. 9).

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SOFTBALL: The Oak Harbor All-Nighter national-qualifying men’s tournament is July 8-9. Call or text (419) 603-7687 to enter.

n The Laurie Mann All-Nighter national-qualifying men’s tournament is July 22-23. Call or text (419) 603-7687 to enter.

GOLF: Dave Pence leads Ron Rau 169-170 in the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League. Prizes went to Joe Lynch (closest in three No. 13), Greg Molyet (long putt No. 15) and Bill LaLone (closest to pin No. 17).

RUN FOR YOUR STRIPES 5K: The second annual Run For Your Stripes 5K hosted by Columbian cross country will take place July 4. Pre-registration will begin at Columbian High School at 7:30 a.m., with the race beginning at 9 a.m. The race entry fee is $15 per person. For more information, call John Kihorany at (440) 823-8484.

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GOLF: In the Reineke Early Flight Wednesday nights at Clinton Heights, Zach Allen and Gary Burns lead with nine points. Prize holes went to Russ Eborg (long drove No. 1 and closest to pin No. 5), Mike Kirian (long putt No. 3), John Bing (closest to pin in two No. 7) and Rance Beechum (closest to pin in three No. 9).

n Joe Peer and Keith Breighner lead Paul Fey and Loretta Orndorff 41-43 in the Allen Eiry Center League. The league is for all players age 50 and over and tees off each Thursday at 10 a.m. at Seneca Hills.

n Jane Birch beat Kathy McCool 48 1/2-47 1/2 in the first half of the Thursday Ladies Recreational League at Clinton Heights. Barb Charlton won two hole prizes and Birch took the other.

n Jim Peer and Jim Myers lead the North Division of the late shift of the Clinton Heights Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble League with 19 points and Denny Mattson and Chad Mattson lead the South Division with 20 points. Skins went to Denny Lofay and Nate Lofay at No. 14.

n Dutch Edeburn, Paul R. Frey and Gene Sherer shot 4 under to win the Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Lowell Hossler (closest to pin No. 18) and Edeburn (long putt No. 17).

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YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP: Columbian is having a youth football camp for all children going into grades 1-8 Monday through Thursday from 9-11 a.m. The cost is $30.

YOUTH BASEBALL TRYOUTS: The FBR Hitmen Baseball Club is holding an annual summer baseball team tryouts. It’s for anyone that wants to play on a 10U, 11U, 12U or 13U travel team. They play in a fun and competitive league/tournament brand of baseball for dedicated players. Tryouts will be at Rodger Young Park July 26 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and July 30 from 10 a.m. to noon. Contact Josh Delp at (419) 680-2843 or at fremontbattingcage@att.net for more information.

GOLF: In the Tuesday Nite PJ Brickhouse Golf League at Loudon Meadows, Mike Kimmet shot a 40 for the low gross and Ed McGrain had a 30 for the low net. Prize winners were Ron Brickner (long putt No. 6), Doug Tanner (closest to pin No. 8) and Ed Lamb (closest in two No. 9).

nThe team of Joe Ringer and Ted Hilborn leads the Steyer Seed two-man scramble league and Clinton Heights with 20 points after the second-third of league play. The low gross was Mike Gibson and Chris Demith (31) and the low net was Pete Ringle and Kevin Lyman (30). Prize winners included Billy Diehm (long drive (No. 1), Gibson (closest in two No. 2), Fred Jones (closest top pin regular No. 5), Jim Carter (closest to pin senior No. 5) and Demith (closest to pin No. 8).

n In the Bump’s Tuesday Traveling group scramble held at Bowling Green State University, the team of Ken Gooding, Fritz Elchert, Denny Lofay and Darl Elchert finished 11-under par to beat Bob Tiell, Mike Clouse, Mike Hufford and Dave Sendelbach who were 10-under par. Next week, the group will be at Sycamore Hills beginning at 9:45 a.m.

n In the Lakeland senior league Wednesday, Rob Greer, Butch Bricker, Ralph Lazenby and Ivan Crowe won the front 9 scramble (5 under), while Mike Schmidt, Ernie Peaytt, Ed Sterling, Les Tesnow and Al Mireles won the back 9 stableford (10 over).

n The teams of Ted Rombach, Steve Scheiber, Ron Jones and Fred Smith and Chuck Wilbert, Dick Hull, John Powell and Bob Shultz tied at 8-under par top win the senior league at Clinton Heights Wednesday. Prize holes went to Scheiber (closest to pin in one No. 5), Dave Welly (closest to pin in two No. 7), Rombach and Hull (closest to pin in three No. 9) and Phil Miller (long putt No. 6).

n The New Riegel Open is July 9 at Seneca Hills. Sign in and registration begins at 7:30 a.m., with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Registration forms are at Bubbie’s, the Post Office, Perry Street Market, the Bank and Sonny Jack’s, or you can register by sending an E-mail to hallsw@bright.net.

n Fostoria Redmen Alumni will host an outing July 9 at Fostoria Country Club to benefit the school’s football program. Registration begins at 8 a.m.,with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, and includes 18 holes of golf, a catered lunch and a gift bag. Registration forms are available at local courses or by calling (419) 435-8712. The event will also feature a $10,000 hole-in-one contest, skill prizes, skins games, a silent auction and raffles.

n Mohawk Country Club will host its Mohawk Ladies Day Scramble July 12, starting at 9 a.m. The deadline to register is June 29. Cost is $50 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and use of the driving range. For more information, call the pro shop at (419) 447-5951 Ext. 2.

n Clinton Heights will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

FOOTBALL: Hopewell-Loudon will host a youth camp 9:30-11:30 a.m. July 19-21 for students entering grades 2-6. Cost is $30. Registration forms can be found at hopewellloudonathletics.com on the football page. Deadline to receive a T-shirt is July 5. Walk-ups are welcome but shirt is not guaranteed. For more information, contact coach Brian Colatruglio at bcolatruglio@hlschool.net.

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GOLF: The New Riegel Open is July 9 at Seneca Hills. Sign in and registration begins at 7:30 a.m., with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Registration forms are at Bubbie’s, the Post Office, Perry Street Market, the Bank and Sonny Jack’s, or you can register by sending an E-mail to hallsw@bright.net.

n Fostoria Redmen Alumni will host an outing July 9 at Fostoria Country Club to benefit the school’s football program. Registration begins at 8 a.m.,with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, and includes 18 holes of golf, a catered lunch and a gift bag. Registration forms are available at local courses or by calling (419) 435-8712. The event will also feature a $10,000 hole-in-one contest, skill prizes, skins games, a silent auction and raffles.

n Mohawk Country Club will host its Mohawk Ladies Day Scramble July 12, starting at 9 a.m. The deadline to register is June 29. Cost is $50 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and use of the driving range. For more information, call the pro shop at (419) 447-5951 Ext. 2.

n Clinton Heights will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

n Barb Kuhn, Dorothy Smith and Ava Sarka beat Carla Siebenaller, Linda Reinhart, Paula Wise and Helen Scheid in the Rally for the Cure scramble at Seneca Hills for the Tuesday Morning Ladies League.

n Brad Fry and Jeff Miller won the first five-week session of the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi League with 65 points. Prizes went to Fry (closest in two No. 1), Miller (closest in three No. 5) and Marc Strausser (long putt No. 8).

FOOTBALL: Hopewell-Loudon will host a youth camp 9:30-11:30 a.m. July 19-21 for students entering grades 2-6. Cost is $30. Registration forms can be found at hopewellloudonathletics.com on the football page. Deadline to receive a T-shirt is July 5. Walk-ups are welcome but shirt is not guaranteed. For more information, contact coach Brian Colatruglio at bcolatruglio@hlschool.net.

HORSESHOES: Entrants are being accepted for horseshoe pitching contests planned for three days at the Seneca County Fair in July. A doubles competition for senior citizens is July 26 at the fairgrounds. Sign in is at 10 a.m. with pitching at 10:30 a.m. A singles competition is July 30. Classes C and D pitch at 10 a.m, and Classes A and B pitch at 1 p.m. A maximum of eight people is allowed per class. A doubles competition starts at 10 a.m. July 31. Class A and Class B are limited to eight teams each. To enter, call John Pasch at (419) 680-3143 or (419) 355-9814. Enter before July 23. Entrants must be 16 or older.

BASEBALL: Carey High’s varsity program will host the Carey 10-U Duffield Memorial July 15-17. Cost is $250 with a four-game guarantee. The tournament will have pool play to seed for a single elimination round. For more information, call Joey Roark at (419) 581-1421.

WRESTLING: Fostoria High School will host the 2016 Redmen Wrestling Camp Monday through Wednesday for wrestlers in grades 5-12. The grades will be split accordingly for the most efficient use of time. Each camp day runs 5-8 p.m. Tiffin University head coach Joey Simcoe will be the featured clinician and will teach wrestlers various techniques and skills. From 5-7 p.m., wrestlers will go through technique training and learning basic skills, and from 7-8 p.m., wrestlers will get a chance to implement those skills with live wrestling matches. Cost is $30 per wrestler, and checks can be made payable to Fostoria Wrestling. Cash is also accepted. Wrestlers in grades 5-8 are encouraged to bring a drill partner.

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GOLF: In the Reineke Ford 2-Man Scramble league at Clinton Heights, the teams of Wes Smith and Mike Webber and Mike Hampp and Ted Rombach are tied for the lead with 18 points. Prize hole winners were as follows: Craig Nieffer was the closest in two strokes on No. 12. Skip Halcomb was the closest in one stroke on No. 11. Keith Breighner had the long putt on No. 15. Ted Rombach was the closest in three strokes on No. 17.

n In the Retirees League at Clinton Heights, Jim Miccichi, Gene Sherer, Merle Krauss and Ken Zeop tied the team of Doug Smyser, Monte Scott, Steve Meier and Nick Say, as well as the foursome of Frank Michniak, Tom Miller, Dick Hiser and Ray Krupp at one over par. Joe Weaver had the long putt at No. 12, Dutch Edeburn was closest to the pin on No. 16 and Ray Krupp hjad the low gross at 36. Ray Krupp had the low gross at 36.

n Due to unforseen circumstancesthe 2016 Carey Chamber Golf Outing. It is to be rescheduled.

n The Baumann Women’s Monday Night Scramble League at Clinton Heights saw Donna Thacker and Stephanie Miller emerge with the lead. Linda Phares was closest to the pin on No. 5, while Julie Weininger had the long putt on No. 9. Sharon Smith and Becky Mouradian had the low net.

n Fostoria Redmen Alumni will host an outing July 9 at Fostoria Country Club to benefit the school’s football program. Registration begins at 8 a.m.,with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, and includes 18 holes of golf, a catered lunch and a gift bag. Registration forms are available at local courses or by calling (419) 435-8712. The event will also feature a $10,000 hole-in-one contest, skill prizes, skins games, a silent auction and raffles.

n Mohawk Country Club will host its Mohawk Ladies Day Scramble July 12, starting at 9 a.m. The deadline to register is June 29. Cost is $50 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and use of the driving range. For more information, call the pro shop at (419) 447-5951 Ext. 2.

n Clinton Heights will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

NEW RIEGEL OPEN: The New Riegel Open will be July 9 at Seneca Hills. Sign in and registration begins at 7:30 a.m, and the shotgun start is at 8:30 a.m. You can pick up your registration forms at the following locations: Bubbie’s, the Post Office, Perry Street Market, the Bank and Sonny Jack’s. Or you can email hallsw@bright.net for your registration form.

HORSESHOES: Entrants are being accepted for horseshoe pitching contests planned for three days at the Seneca County Fair in July. A doubles competition for senior citizens is July 26 at the fairgrounds. Sign in is at 10 a.m. with pitching at 10:30 a.m. A singles competition is July 30. Classes C and D pitch at 10 a.m, and Classes A and B pitch at 1 p.m. A maximum of eight people is allowed per class. A doubles competition starts at 10 a.m. July 31. Class A and Class B are limited to eight teams each. To enter, call John Pasch at (419) 680-3143 or (419) 355-9814. Enter before July 23. Entrants must be 16 or older.

BASEBALL: Carey High’s varsity program will host the Carey 10-U Duffield Memorial July 15-17. Cost is $250 with a four-game guarantee. The tournament will have pool play to seed for a single elimination round. For more information, call Joey Roark at (419) 581-1421.

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GOLF: Ron Schramm has taken over first place with 113 points after Week 7 in the Phat Cakes Par Tee League. Steve Bernard is in second with 112 points. Brandon Procaccini and Schramm had the low round of 40. Tyler Fuhrer was the winner in the skins game. Prize holes went to Ray Nutter (pin shot No. 11), Fuhrer (proximity shot No. 12), Tony Consolo (long drive No. 15 and long putt No. 18) and Schramm (low putt toal -13).

n Fostoria Redmen Alumni will host an outing July 9 at Fostoria Country Club to benefit the school’s football program. Registration begins at 8 a.m.,with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, and includes 18 holes of golf, a catered lunch and a gift bag. Registration forms are available at local courses or by calling (419) 435-8712. The event will also feature a $10,000 hole-in-one contest, skill prizes, skins games, a silent auction and raffles.

n Mohawk Country Club will host its Mohawk Ladies Day Scramble July 12, starting at 9 a.m. The deadline to register is June 29. Cost is $50 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and use of the driving range. For more information, call the pro shop at (419) 447-5951 Ext. 2.

n Clinton Heights will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

HORSESHOES: Entrants are being accepted for horseshoe pitching contests planned for three days at the Seneca County Fair in July. A doubles competition for senior citizens is July 26 at the fairgrounds. Sign in is at 10 a.m. with pitching at 10:30 a.m. A singles competition is July 30. Classes C and D pitch at 10 a.m, and Classes A and B pitch at 1 p.m. A maximum of eight people is allowed per class. A doubles competition starts at 10 a.m. July 31. Class A and Class B are limited to eight teams each. To enter, call John Pasch at (419) 680-3143 or (419) 355-9814. Enter before July 23. Entrants must be 16 or older.

BASEBALL: Carey High’s varsity program will host the Carey 10-U Duffield Memorial July 15-17. Cost is $250 with a four-game guarantee. The tournament will have pool play to seed for a single elimination round. For more information, call Joey Roark at (419) 581-1421.

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GOLF: In the Men’s Catholic League at Seneca Hills, Fritz Smith and John Englehart lead the way with 80 points. Adam Smith had a low gross of 35 and Jason Herbert had the low net with a 29.

n Fostoria Redmen Alumni will host an outing July 9 at Fostoria Country Club to benefit the school’s football program. Registration begins at 8 a.m.,with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, and includes 18 holes of golf, a catered lunch and a gift bag. Registration forms are available at local courses or by calling (419) 435-8712. The event will also feature a $10,000 hole-in-one contest, skill prizes, skins games, a silent auction and raffles.

n Mohawk Country Club will host its Mohawk Ladies Day Scramble July 12, starting at 9 a.m. The deadline to register is June 29. Cost is $50 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and use of the driving range. For more information, call the pro shop at (419) 447-5951 Ext. 2.

n Clinton Heights will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

HORSESHOES: Entrants are being accepted for horseshoe pitching contests planned for three days at the Seneca County Fair in July. A doubles competition for senior citizens is July 26 at the fairgrounds. Sign in is at 10 a.m. with pitching at 10:30 a.m. A singles competition is July 30. Classes C and D pitch at 10 a.m, and Classes A and B pitch at 1 p.m. A maximum of eight people is allowed per class. A doubles competition starts at 10 a.m. July 31. Class A and Class B are limited to eight teams each. To enter, call John Pasch at (419) 680-3143 or (419) 355-9814. Enter before July 23. Entrants must be 16 or older.

BASEBALL: Carey High’s varsity program will host the Carey 10-U Duffield Memorial July 15-17. Cost is $250 with a four-game guarantee. The tournament will have pool play to seed for a single elimination round. For more information, call Joey Roark at (419) 581-1421.

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GOLF: Fostoria Redmen Alumni will host an outing July 9 at Fostoria Country Club to benefit the school’s football program. Registration begins at 8 a.m.,with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, and includes 18 holes of golf, a catered lunch and a gift bag. Registration forms are available at local courses or by calling (419) 435-8712. The event will also feature a $10,000 hole-in-one contest, skill prizes, skins games, a silent auction and raffles.

n Mohawk Country Club will host its Mohawk Ladies Day Scramble July 12, starting at 9 a.m. The deadline to register is June 29. Cost is $50 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and use of the driving range. For more information, call the pro shop at (419) 447-5951 Ext. 2.

n Clinton Heights will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

n Dave Pence leads Ron Rau 142-139 in the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League. Prizes went to Dick Hull (closest to pin No. 4), Terry Fowler (closest in three No. 6) and Pete Mellott (long putt No. 9).

n Duane Schank and Tom Traunero won the first third of the Thursday Night K of C League with 36 1/2 points. Prizes went to Jeff Welty (long putt No. 3), Tony Arend (closest to pin No. 5), Ken Ritzler (closest in two No. 6) and Nick Fry (closest in three No. 9). Bob Gooding and Tony Gooding won two skins, while the twosomes of Welty and Phil Hoerig, and John Arend and Tony Arend both won one.

n Don Kin, Dave Seislove, Ed Lutz, Butch Whipple and Greg Bishop tied Tom Ardner, Jim Radcliff, Bob Waltermyer and Keith Breikner at 7 under to win the Friday Morning Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Herb Love (closest in one No. 11), Dave Welly (closest in two No. 13), Ardner (closest in three No. 17) and Chuck Wilbert (long putt no. 16).

WRESTLING: Fostoria High School will host the 2016 Redmen Wrestling Camp Monday through Wednesday for wrestlers in grades 5-12. The grades will be split accordingly for the most efficient use of time. Each camp day runs 5-8 p.m. Tiffin University head coach Joey Simcoe will be the featured clinician and will teach wrestlers various techniques and skills. From 5-7 p.m., wrestlers will go through technique training and learning basic skills, and from 7-8 p.m., wrestlers will get a chance to implement those skills with live wrestling matches. Cost is $30 per wrestler, and checks can be made payable to Fostoria Wrestling. Cash is also accepted. Wrestlers in grades 5-8 are encouraged to bring a drill partner.

CHEERLEADING ADVISOR SOUGHT: Tiffin University seeks an enthusiastic, motivated adult to lead the cheerleading program in the areas of recruiting and coaching. Required experience includes stunting with co-ed and female programs from advanced to elite levels, safety and spotting techniques as well as basic gymnastics experience. Previous coaching experience, a strong background in fitness and conditioning, and choreography are preferred. The stipend for this 10-month position is $4,000. Send an application letter and resume to Director of Club and Recreational Sports, Tiffin University, 155 Miami St., Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

HORSESHOES: Entrants are being accepted for horseshoe pitching contests planned for three days at the Seneca County Fair in July. A doubles competition for senior citizens is July 26 at the fairgrounds. Sign in is at 10 a.m. with pitching at 10:30 a.m. A singles competition is July 30. Classes C and D pitch at 10 a.m, and Classes A and B pitch at 1 p.m. A maximum of eight people is allowed per class. A doubles competition starts at 10 a.m. July 31. Class A and Class B are limited to eight teams each. To enter, call John Pasch at (419) 680-3143 or (419) 355-9814. Enter before July 23. Entrants must be 16 or older.

BASEBALL: Carey High’s varsity program will host the Carey 10-U Duffield Memorial July 15-17. Cost is $250 with a four-game guarantee. The tournament will have pool play to seed for a single elimination round. For more information, call Joey Roark at (419) 581-1421.

Briefs

GOLF: Kevin Lyman and Rance Beechum won first third of the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday Night at Clinton Heights with 39 1/2 points. Prizes went to Duane Derr (closest in two No. 10), Dave Hill (long putt No. 12), Zach Allen (closest to pin No. 14), Gary Lescallett (closest in two No. 16) and Russ Eborg (long drive No. 18).

n Jane Birch leads Kathy McCool 42 1/2-40 in the Thursday Ladies Recreation League at Clinton Heights.

n Mohawk Country Club will host its Mohawk Ladies Day Scramble July 12, starting at 9 a.m. The deadline to register is June 29. Cost is $50 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and use of the driving range. For more information, call the pro shop at (419) 447-5951 Ext. 2.

n Clinton Heights will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

n Bob Barchus, Jim Immele, Monty Scott and Dick Hiser shot 5 under to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Barchus (closest to pin No. 2) and Lowell Hosler (long putt No. 9).

n Joe Peer, Loretta Orndorff and Keith Breighner lead John Crumrine, Joanne Brickner and Ken Jones 36-37 in the Allen Eiry Center League at Seneca Hills.

WRESTLING: Fostoria High School will host the 2016 Redmen Wrestling Camp Monday through Wednesday for wrestlers in grades 5-12. The grades will be split accordingly for the most efficient use of time. Each camp day runs 5-8 p.m. Tiffin University head coach Joey Simcoe will be the featured clinician and will teach wrestlers various techniques and skills. From 5-7 p.m., wrestlers will go through technique training and learning basic skills, and from 7-8 p.m., wrestlers will get a chance to implement those skills with live wrestling matches. Cost is $30 per wrestler, and checks can be made payable to Fostoria Wrestling. Cash is also accepted. Wrestlers in grades 5-8 are encouraged to bring a drill partner.

CHEERLEADING ADVISOR SOUGHT: Tiffin University seeks an enthusiastic, motivated adult to lead the cheerleading program in the areas of recruiting and coaching. Required experience includes stunting with co-ed and female programs from advanced to elite levels, safety and spotting techniques as well as basic gymnastics experience. Previous coaching experience, a strong background in fitness and conditioning, and choreography are preferred. The stipend for this 10-month position is $4,000. Send an application letter and resume to Director of Club and Recreational Sports, Tiffin University, 155 Miami St., Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

RUNNING: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host the Kader Krawl Mud Run Saturday. The kids mud run starts at 9 a.m., followed by the 5K at 10 a.m. Registration starts at 8:15 a.m. For more information, call or text Ann Miller at (419) 455-4028.

HORSESHOES: Entrants are being accepted for horseshoe pitching contests planned for three days at the Seneca County Fair in July. A doubles competition for senior citizens is July 26 at the fairgrounds. Sign in is at 10 a.m. with pitching at 10:30 a.m. A singles competition is July 30. Classes C and D pitch at 10 a.m, and Classes A and B pitch at 1 p.m. A maximum of eight people is allowed per class. A doubles competition starts at 10 a.m. July 31. Class A and Class B are limited to eight teams each. To enter, call John Pasch at (419) 680-3143 or (419) 355-9814. Enter before July 23. Entrants must be 16 or older.

BASEBALL: Carey High’s varsity program will host the Carey 10-U Duffield Memorial July 15-17. Cost is $250 with a four-game guarantee. The tournament will have pool play to seed for a single elimination round. For more information, call Joey Roark at (419) 581-1421.

Briefs

GOLF: In the Tuesday Night PJ Brickhouse golf outing at Loudon Meadows, Doug Tanner, Ron Brickner and Jim Conley each shot a 38 to earn the low gross. Jamie Herring shot a 28 for low net. Prize winners were as follows, Ed Lamb was the closest to the pin in two on No. 12. Dan Reinhart had the long putt on No. 13. Dave Depinet was closest to the pin on No. 15.

n At Tuesday Morning’s Senior Golfers outing at Clinton Heights, four teams shot 6-under par to win first place. Prize holes were as follows: Fred Smith was the closest to the pin on No. 5 in one. Ron Jones was the closest to the pin on No. 4 in two. Steve Scheiber was closest to the pin on No. 9 in three. Howard Hohman had the longest putt on No. 2.

n After Tuesday’s outing in the Steyer Seed 2-Man Scramble League, the team of Joe Ringer/Ted Hilborn lead the way with 14.5 points. The team of Tom Ardner/Joel Ardner shot a 29 to earn the low gross. Three teams all shot a 31 to earn the low gross, which included the teams of Brian Bean/Mark Welly, Pete Ringle/Kevin Lyman and Ryan Huss/Billy Diehm. Prize winners were as follows: Ringle had the long putt on No. 10. Junior Coffman was the closest to No. 13 in two. Huss had the long drive on No. 15 in the regular division. Russ Eborg had the long drive on No. 15 in the senior division. Neil Anderson had the long putt on No. 17.

HORSESHOE PITCHING CONTESTS: Entrants are being accepted for horseshoe pitching contests planned for three days at the Seneca County Fair in July. A doubles competition for senior citizens is set for July 26 at the fairgrounds. Sign in is at 10 a.m. with pitching to begin at 10:30 a.m. A singles competition is scheduled for July 30. Classes C and D pitch at 10 a.m, and Classes A and B pitch at 1 p.m. A maximum of eight people is allowed per class. A doubles competition is planned for 10 a.m. July 31. Class A and Class B are limited to eight teams each. To enter, call John Pasch at (419) 680-3143 or (419) 355-9814. Please enter before July 23. Entrants must be 16 years of age or older to participate.

Briefs

RUNNING: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host the Kader Krawl Mud Run Saturday. The kids mud run starts at 9 a.m., followed by the 5K at 10 a.m. Registration starts at 8:15 a.m. For more information, call or text Ann Miller at (419) 455-4028.

GOLF: Dave Hoke and Matt Hoke lead Brad Fry and Jeff Miller 53-52 in the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi League. Prizes went to Ed Correll (closest in two No. 15), Jr. Coffman (long putt No. 16) and Roger Sours (closest to pin No. 17).

n Carol Shook hit the long drive off the black tees at No. 17 and ended closest in three at No. 14 in the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League. Carla Siebenaller had the long drive off the red tees at No. 17, and Ava Sarka had junior golfer long drive at No. 17 off the red tees. Shook and Siebenaller also had the low gross.

n Ken Gooding, Howard Elchert, Bob Barcus and John Armstrong shot 14 under to win the Bump’s Traveling Group scramble at Sycamore Springs, edging Rod Eckelberry, Doug Smyzer, Dave Sendelbach and Mike Hufford by two strokes. Next week’s outing is at Bowling Green State University’s Forrest Creason Golf Course. Players should arrive by 9:15 a.m. with a 9:30 a.m. tee time.

n Mike Webber and Wes Smith lead the second third of the Reineke Ford Monday Morning League at Clinton Heights with 12 1/2 points. Prizes went to Smith (closest in two No. 1), Dave Kirby (long putt No. 4) and Dave Purnell (closest in three No. 9, closest in one No. 5).

n Jeannine Curns and Barb Gabel lead the Baumann Women’s Monday night scramble at Clinton Heights. Prize winners were Debbie Kisabeth (closest to 150 yard marker No. 12) and Kerry Jones (closest in two No. 10).

UPPER SANDUSKY: Upper Sandusky High School will host a fall sport parent meeting July 25 at 7 p.m. in the high school gym. Other than golf and cross country, parents of all fall sport athletes are expected to attend. There will be a general meeting beginning at 7 p.m. followed by individual sport meetings. The golf and cross country parent meetings are Aug. 1 at 7 p.m. at the school. The golf meeting will be in Room 502, while the cross country meeting will be in Room 306. For more information, call the high school office at 419-294-2308.

n The 2004-05 Upper Sandusky state championship boys basketball team will be inducted into the Upper Sandusky High School Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held prior to the Seneca East/Upper Sandusky football game Sept. 30. There will be a reception from 5:45-6:30 p.m. in the USHS athletic complex weight room for fans attending the game to greet the players and coaches. The induction ceremony will begin at 6:40 p.m. on the field.

SOFTBALL: There will be a co-ed softball tournament June 24-25 in Vanlue. The tournament is a 10-team round-robin sanctioned by the American Softball Association. Cost is $195 per team, with a nine-game guarantee. For more information, call Sam Dyer at (419) 788-0110.

BASKETBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament Saturday at 3:30 p.m. for players grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. Entry fee is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. Saturday. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL TRYOUTS: Northern Storm baseball has information for joining the fall teams or the 2017 Northern Ohio Storm Tournament teams at its website at www.nosbaseball.com/registration.

Briefs

GOLF: At Monday’s outing for the Retirees League at Seneca Hills, the team of Larry Wilson, Bob Barchus, Ray Krupp and Gene Sherer shot one over par to win. Prize holes were as follows: Larry Wilson had the long putt on No. 7. Dick Best was closest to the pin on No. 6 and also had the low gross of 36.

USHS FALL SPORT PARENT MEETING: Upper Sandusky High School will be hosting a fall sport parent meeting at 7 p.m. July 25 in the high school gym. Other than golf and cross country, parents of all fall sport athletes are expected to attend. There will be a general meeting beginning at 7 p.m. followed by individual sport meetings. The golf and cross country parent meetings will be held 7 p.m. Aug. 1 at Upper Sandusky High school as well. The golf meeting will be in Room 502, while the cross country meeting will be in Room 306. For more information, contact the high school office at (419) 294-2308.

GOLF: Mohawk Country Club will host its Mohawk Ladies Day Scramble July 12, starting at 9 a.m. The deadline to register is June 29. Cost is $50 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and use of the driving range. For more information, call the pro shop at (419) 447-5951 Ext. 2.

n Clinton Heights will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

n The Seneca East girls and boys golf teams will host a scramble on Sunday at Clinton Heights Golf Course for four-person teams, starting at 8:30 a.m. There will be prize holes, as well as a steak dinner at the end of the scramble. All proceeds will go toward the players’ memberships.

WRESTLING: Fostoria High School will host the 2016 Redmen Wrestling Camp June 20-22 for wrestlers in grades 5-12. The grades will be split accordingly for the most efficient use of time. Each camp day runs 5-8 p.m. Tiffin University head coach Joey Simcoe will be the featured clinician and will teach wrestlers various techniques and skills. From 5-7 p.m., wrestlers will go through technique training and learning basic skills, and from 7-8 p.m., wrestlers will get a chance to implement those skills with live wrestling matches. Cost is $30 per wrestler, and checks can be made payable to Fostoria Wrestling. Cash is also accepted. Wrestlers in grades 5-8 are encouraged to bring a drill partner.

CHEERLEADING ADVISOR SOUGHT: Tiffin University seeks an enthusiastic, motivated adult to lead the cheerleading program in the areas of recruiting and coaching. Required experience includes stunting with co-ed and female programs from advanced to elite levels, safety and spotting techniques as well as basic gymnastics experience. Previous coaching experience, a strong background in fitness and conditioning, and choreography are preferred. The stipend for this 10-month position is $4,000. Send an application letter and resume to Director of Club and Recreational Sports, Tiffin University, 155 Miami St., Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

SOFTBALL: There will be a co-ed softball tournament June 24-25 in Vanlue. The tournament is a 10-team round-robin sanctioned by the American Softball Association. Cost is $195 per team, with a nine-game guarantee. For more information, call Sam Dyer at (419) 788-0110.

BASKETBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament June 18 at 3:30 p.m. for players grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. Entry fee is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

Briefs

GOLF: Mohawk Country Club will host its Mohawk Ladies Day Scramble July 12, starting at 9 a.m. The deadline to register is June 29. Cost is $50 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and use of the driving range. For more information, call the pro shop at (419) 447-5951 Ext. 2.

n Clinton Heights will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

n The Seneca East girls and boys golf teams will host a scramble on Sunday at Clinton Heights Golf Course for four-person teams, starting at 8:30 a.m. There will be prize holes, as well as a steak dinner at the end of the scramble. All proceeds will go toward the players’ memberships.

n In the Jeffery Jewelry Best Ball League, the team of Denny Krupp and Bud Witsman are in first with a record of 4-1. The duo had the low score of the week at 33. Krupp had the long putt on No. 12 and Rob Ritzler was closest to the pin on No. 18.

n Steve Bernard continues to lead with 94 points after Week 6 in the Phat Cakes Par Tee League. Tim Cessna is in second with 89 points. Brandon Procaccini posted the low round with a 40, while Cessna, Andy Halcomb and Jason Galitza were the winners in the skins game. Prize hole winners were Tyler Fuhrer (pin shot, No. 5), Galitza (pin shot, No. 8), Brian Perrine (long putt, No. 6), Cessna (long drive, No. 7)and Mike Hitchcock (long putt, No. 3).

WRESTLING: Fostoria High School will host the 2016 Redmen Wrestling Camp June 20-22 for wrestlers in grades 5-12. The grades will be split accordingly for the most efficient use of time. Each camp day runs 5-8 p.m. Tiffin University head coach Joey Simcoe will be the featured clinician and will teach wrestlers various techniques and skills. From 5-7 p.m., wrestlers will go through technique training and learning basic skills, and from 7-8 p.m., wrestlers will get a chance to implement those skills with live wrestling matches. Cost is $30 per wrestler, and checks can be made payable to Fostoria Wrestling. Cash is also accepted. Wrestlers in grades 5-8 are encouraged to bring a drill partner.

CHEERLEADING ADVISER SOUGHT: Tiffin University seeks an enthusiastic, motivated adult to lead the cheerleading program in the areas of recruiting and coaching. Required experience includes stunting with co-ed and female programs from advanced to elite levels, safety and spotting techniques as well as basic gymnastics experience. Previous coaching experience, a strong background in fitness and conditioning, and choreography are preferred. The stipend for this 10-month position is $4,000. Send an application letter and resume to Director of Club and Recreational Sports, Tiffin University, 155 Miami St., Tiffin, OH 44883.

SOFTBALL: There will be a co-ed softball tournament June 24-25 in Vanlue. The tournament is a 10-team round-robin sanctioned by the American Softball Association. Cost is $195 per team, with a nine-game guarantee. For more information, call Sam Dyer at (419) 788-0110.

BASKETBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament Satur at 3:30 p.m. for players grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. Entry fee is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

Briefs

RACING: Byron Reed claimed his first win of the year at Attica Raceway Park, and vaulted into the lead of the FAST standings after taking the O’Reilly’s Auto Parts 410 Sprint feature race. It was Reed’s third FAST win this year, giving him 32 wins at Attica and putting him second in all-time victories at the track. There were also two Fremont Fence 305 Sprint features, with one being a make-up from a rainout. Paul Weaver took the make-up win to claim his second victory of the year, giving him his 35th career win at the track to lead all drivers in the 305 division. Bobby Clark won the other 305 feature. He now has 21 career wins at Attica and is tied for third all-time with Bryan Scott on the track’s 305 sprint win list.

GOLF: Mohawk Country Club will host its Mohawk Ladies Day Scramble July 12, starting at 9 a.m. The deadline to register is June 29. Cost is $50 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and use of the driving range. For more information, call the pro shop at (419) 447-5951 Ext. 2.

n Clinton Heights will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

n The Seneca East girls and boys golf teams will host a scramble on Sunday at Clinton Heights Golf Course for four-person teams, starting at 8:30 a.m. There will be prize holes, as well as a steak dinner at the end of the scramble. All proceeds will go toward the players’ memberships.

n Just two strokes separated the top four teams at the sixth annual Spencer Wolfe Memorial at Bob’s Countryside. Brandon Bare, Dan Frisch, Austin Kelbley and Kevin Lonsway edged Mike Distel, Olyvor Distel and James Feasel 67-68 for the title. Mark Welly, Brian Bean, Mark Rumschlag and Tom Rumschlag tied Micah Rettig, Nolan Rettig, Rick Rettig and Tom Rettig at 69.

WRESTLING: Fostoria High School will host the 2016 Redmen Wrestling Camp June 20-22 for wrestlers in grades 5-12. The grades will be split accordingly for the most efficient use of time. Each camp day runs 5-8 p.m. Tiffin University head coach Joey Simcoe will be the featured clinician and will teach wrestlers various techniques and skills. From 5-7 p.m., wrestlers will go through technique training and learning basic skills, and from 7-8 p.m., wrestlers will get a chance to implement those skills with live wrestling matches. Cost is $30 per wrestler, and checks can be made payable to Fostoria Wrestling. Cash is also accepted. Wrestlers in grades 5-8 are encouraged to bring a drill partner.

CHEERLEADING ADVISOR SOUGHT: Tiffin University seeks an enthusiastic, motivated adult to lead the cheerleading program in the areas of recruiting and coaching. Required experience includes stunting with co-ed and female programs from advanced to elite levels, safety and spotting techniques as well as basic gymnastics experience. Previous coaching experience, a strong background in fitness and conditioning, and choreography are preferred. The stipend for this 10-month position is $4,000. Send an application letter and resume to Director of Club and Recreational Sports, Tiffin University, 155 Miami St., Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

SOFTBALL: There will be a co-ed softball tournament June 24-25 in Vanlue. The tournament is a 10-team round-robin sanctioned by the American Softball Association. Cost is $195 per team, with a nine-game guarantee. For more information, call Sam Dyer at (419) 788-0110.

BASKETBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament June 18 at 3:30 p.m. for players grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. Entry fee is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL TRYOUTS: Northern Storm baseball has information for joining the fall teams or the 2017 Northern Ohio Storm Tournament teams at its website at www.nosbaseball.com/registration.

UPPER SANDUSKY: The 2004-05 Upper Sandusky state championship boys basketball team will be inducted into the Upper Sandusky High School Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held prior to the Seneca East/Upper Sandusky football game Sept. 30. There will be a reception from 5:45-6:30 p.m. in the USHS athletic complex weight room for fans attending the game to greet the players and coaches. The induction ceremony will begin at 6:40 p.m. on the field.

Briefs

GOLF: Mohawk Country Club will host its Mohawk Ladies Day Scramble July 12, starting at 9 a.m. The deadline to register is June 29. Cost is $50 per player, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, lunch and use of the driving range. For more information, call the pro shop at (419) 447-5951 Ext. 2.

n Clinton Heights will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

n The Seneca East girls and boys golf teams will host a scramble on Sunday at Clinton Heights Golf Course for four-person teams, starting at 8:30 a.m. There will be prize holes, as well as a steak dinner at the end of the scramble. All proceeds will go toward the players’ memberships.

n Duane Schank and Tom Traunero lead Dave Porter and Mike Porter 30 1/2-30 after five weeks in the Thursday Night K of C League. Prizes went to Tony Latona (closest to pin No. 11), Fred Reimer (long putt No. 13), Josh Predieri (long drive No. 16) and Joel Ardner (closest in three No. 17). Skins were won by the twosomes of Reimer and Dan Gaietto, Dave Porter and Mike Porter, and John Arend and Tony Arend.

n Jim Ruess, Harry Smith, Rex Mellott and Jim Sherwood shot 7 under to win the Friday Morning Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Keith Breighner (closest to pin No. 14), Howard Hohman (closest in two No. 18), Mellott (closest in three No. 17) and Phil Miller (long putt No. 10).

n The teams of Steve Peer and Tim Norville, John Losey and Craig Losey, and Mark Smith and Paul VanHorn share the lead for the late edition of the North Division in the Clinton Heights-Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble with seven points. Marc Strausser and Rex Woessner lead the South Division with eight points. Prizes went to Mike Griffin (closest in two No. 10), Denny Scherger (long putt No. 13), Dave Zeigler (closest to pin No. 14) and VanHorn (closest in two No. 15). Skins went to the teams of Tony Sherer and Mike Nedolast, and Zeigler and Scott Gregg.

n Dave Pence leads the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League with 114 points. Prizes went to Ron Krupp (closest in three No. 13), Rick Sanford (long putt No. 16) and Dick Rau (closest to pin No. 17).

n Linda Phares hit the long drive in the fairway on No. 3 from the black tees and Deb Gerschutz did so from the red tees in the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League. Helen Scheid ended closest to the pin in one at No. 6. Paula Wise had the best poker hand over the first five holes.

WRESTLING: Fostoria High School will host the 2016 Redmen Wrestling Camp June 20-22 for wrestlers in grades 5-12. The grades will be split accordingly for the most efficient use of time. Each camp day runs 5-8 p.m. Tiffin University head coach Joey Simcoe will be the featured clinician and will teach wrestlers various techniques and skills. From 5-7 p.m., wrestlers will go through technique training and learning basic skills, and from 7-8 p.m., wrestlers will get a chance to implement those skills with live wrestling matches. Cost is $30 per wrestler, and checks can be made payable to Fostoria Wrestling. Cash is also accepted. Wrestlers in grades 5-8 are encouraged to bring a drill partner.

CHEERLEADING ADVISOR SOUGHT: Tiffin University seeks an enthusiastic, motivated adult to lead the cheerleading program in the areas of recruiting and coaching. Required experience includes stunting with co-ed and female programs from advanced to elite levels, safety and spotting techniques as well as basic gymnastics experience. Previous coaching experience, a strong background in fitness and conditioning, and choreography are preferred. The stipend for this 10-month position is $4,000. Send an application letter and resume to Director of Club and Recreational Sports, Tiffin University, 155 Miami St., Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

SOFTBALL: There will be a co-ed softball tournament June 24-25 in Vanlue. The tournament is a 10-team round-robin sanctioned by the American Softball Association. Cost is $195 per team, with a nine-game guarantee. For more information, call Sam Dyer at 419-788-0110.

BASKETBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament June 18 at 3:30 p.m. for players grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. Entry fee is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL TRYOUTS: Northern Storm baseball has information for joining the fall teams or the 2017 Northern Ohio Storm Tournament teams at its website at www.nosbaseball.com/registration.

UPPER SANDUSKY: The 2004-05 Upper Sandusky state championship boys basketball team will be inducted into the Upper Sandusky High School Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held prior to the Seneca East/Upper Sandusky football game Sept. 30. There will be a reception from 5:45-6:30 p.m. in the USHS athletic complex weight room for fans attending the game to greet the players and coaches. The induction ceremony will begin at 6:40 p.m. on the field.

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GOLF: Clinton Heights Golf Course will host a two-person best ball golf scramble Aug. 13. Cost is $40 per person, which covers 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes go to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole, including hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

n The Seneca East girls and boys golf teams will host a scramble on Sunday at Clinton Heights Golf Course for four-person teams, starting at 8:30 a.m. There will be prize holes, as well as a steak dinner at the end of the scramble. All proceeds will go toward the players’ memberships.

n After the end of the first session of the Napoli Pizza League Wednesday’s at Clinton Heights, Dan Colatruglio has 30 1/2 points. Alex Reamer is in second with 30 points and Josh Predieri has 29 1/2 points. Prizes went to Louie Brickner (closest in two No. 1, long putt No. 6), Tony Latona (long drive No. 7), Dave Gase (closest to pin No. 5) and Steve Zinger (long putt No. 2).

n In the Thursday Ladies Recreation League at Clinton Heights, Jane Birch leads and Kathy McCool and Barb Clark each had 31 points in second. The prize hole winners were Sandy Benner, Tammy Seasly and Geri Hammer.

n In first place in the Allen Eiry Center Thursday was Paul Fey, Loretta Orndorff and Ken Jones with 40 points. Second place is Keith Breighner and Joanne Brickner with 43 points and in third is Joe Peer and John Crumrine with 46. Paul Hannay, Lowell Hosler, Paul R. Fey and Jeff Wise shot 8-under par to win Thursday’s Retirees league at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Bob Barchus (closest to pin No. 18) and Wise (long putt No. 10).

n First place in Thursday’s best-ball competition at Lakeland for the Senior league was Dave Salucci, Les Tesnow, Craig Tesnow and Rick Judy were 5-under par. In the back 9 stableford, Ron Minard, Ed Sterling, Tom Schiltz and Mike Todd won, shooting 6-over par.

* Kevin Lyman and Rance Beechum lead the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday Night League at Clinton Heights with 33 1/2 points. Prizes went to Gary Lescallett (closest in two No. 4, long putt No. 6), Mike Kirian (closest to pin No. 8) and Zach Allen (closest in three No. 9).

WRESTLING: Fostoria High School will host the 2016 Redmen Wrestling Camp June 20-22 for wrestlers in grades 5-12. The grades will be split accordingly for the most efficient use of time. Each camp day runs 5-8 p.m. Tiffin University head coach Joey Simcoe will be the featured clinician and will teach wrestlers various techniques and skills. From 5-7 p.m., wrestlers will go through technique training and learning basic skills, and from 7-8 p.m., wrestlers will get a chance to implement those skills with live wrestling matches. Cost is $30 per wrestler, and checks can be made payable to Fostoria Wrestling. Cash is also accepted. Wrestlers in grades 5-8 are encouraged to bring a drill partner.

CHEERLEADING ADVISOR SOUGHT: Tiffin University seeks an enthusiastic, motivated adult to lead the cheerleading program in the areas of recruiting and coaching. Required experience includes stunting with co-ed and female programs from advanced to elite levels, safety and spotting techniques as well as basic gymnastics experience. Previous coaching experience, a strong background in fitness and conditioning, and choreography are preferred. The stipend for this 10-month position is $4,000. Send an application letter and resume to Director of Club and Recreational Sports, Tiffin University, 155 Miami St., Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

SOFTBALL: There will be a co-ed softball tournament June 24-25 in Vanlue. The tournament is a 10-team round-robin sanctioned by the American Softball Association. Cost is $195 per team, with a nine-game guarantee. For more information, call Sam Dyer at 419-788-0110.

BASKETBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament June 18 at 3:30 p.m. for players grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. Entry fee is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL TRYOUTS: Northern Storm baseball has information for joining the fall teams or the 2017 Northern Ohio Storm Tournament teams at its website at www.nosbaseball.com/registration.

USHS HALL OF FAME: The 2004-05 Upper Sandusky state championship boys basketball team will be inducted into the Upper Sandusky High School Athletic Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held prior to the Seneca East/Upper Sandusky football game Sept. 30. There will be a reception from 5:45-6:30 p.m. in the USHS athletic complex weight room for fans attending the game to greet the players and coaches. The induction ceremony will begin at 6:40 p.m. on the field.

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GOLF: After the June 1 Napoli Pizza Golf League outing at Clinton Heights, Alex Reamer leads the way with 27 points. Dan Coglatrulio is follwing closely behind in second place with 25 points and Dave Snyder is in third place with 24 points. Tyler Heslet had the low gross of 40, and Al Beam had the low net of 29. The prize holes were as follows: Tyler Heslet was the closest to No. 10 in two strokes. Dave Gase had the long drive on No. 17. Haslet was the closest to the pin on No. 14. Jim Hoffbauer was the closest to the pin on No. 11 and Beam had the long putt on No. 16

n After the Tuesday outing for the Steyer Seed 2-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights, the teams of Bob Haver/Scott Haver and Joe Ringer/Ted Hilborn lead with seven points apiece. The teams of Mike Gibson/Chris Demith and Lou Brickner/Mike Theis had the low gross of 31. Gibson and Demith also earned the low net of 31. Prize winners were as follows: Mike Hampp had the long putt on No. 1. Tom Ardner was the closest on No. 4 in two strokes. Ryan Huss was the closest on No. 6 in two strokes. Neil Anderson was the closest on No. 7 in two strokes. Huss had the long putt on No. 9.

n At Tuesday’s Morning Senior Golf League outing at Clinton Heights, the team of Tom Fate, John Garpiel, Mike Hampp and Jim Kimmel shot 7-under par to win. The prize holes were as follows: Gary Kreoger was closest to No. 8 in one stroke. Dave Sendelbach was closest to No. 2 in two strokes. Lou Greiselding was closest to No. 9 in three strokes. Fred Smith had the long putt on No. 4.

n In the Lakeland Senior League, the team of Rob Greer, Ernie Peaytt, Bob Deckard and Ron Saklosky shot 7-under par to win the front 9 scramble. The team of Mike Schmidt, Rick Gerritsen and Les Tesnow shot 1-over par to win the back 9 stableford.

n After Tuesday’s PJ Brickhouse Golf League outing at Loudon Meadows, a third of league play is completed. Ron Brickner currently leads the league, with Rodney Brickner and Mike Kimmet tied for second. Jeremy Schumm shot a 41 to earn low gross, and Jamie Herring had the low net of 32. Prize winners included: Ed Lamb, long putt on No. 8 and closest to the pin on No. 2. Fewest putts, Dale Thaxton.

GREEN SPRINGS VFW GOLF SCRAMBLE: On Aug. 13, there will be a two-person best ball golf scramble held at Clinton Heights Golf Course. The cost to enter the scramble is $40 per person. The entry fee covers the cost of 18 holes of golf, golf carts and a chicken dinner held at the Green Springs VFW at the end of the scramble. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top teams. There are prizes on every hole. Hole prizes include: hotel stays, sports paraphernalia, gift cards and more. To register, stop by the Green Springs VFW, or call Cory Miller at (419) 618-0440. Registration ends Aug. 1.

REDMEN WRESTLING CAMP: Fostoria High School will be hosting the Redmen Wrestling Camp from June 20-22 for wrestlers in Grades 5-12. The grades will be split accordingly for the most efficient use of time. Each day of the camp will run from 5-8 p.m. Tiffin University head coach Joey Simcoe will be the featured clinician and will teach wrestlers various techniques and skills. From 5-7 p.m., wrestlers will go through technique training and learning basic skills, and from 7-8 p.m., wrestlers will get a chance to implement those skills with live wrestling matches.The cost of the camp is $30 per wrestler, and checks can be made payable to Fostoria Wrestling. Cash is also accepted. Wrestlers in grades 5-8 are encouraged to bring a drill partner.

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CHEERLEADING ADVISOR NEEDED: Tiffin University seeks an enthusiastic, motivated adult to lead the cheerleading program in the areas of recruiting and coaching. Required experience includes stunting with co-ed and female programs from advanced to elite levels, safety and spotting techniques as well as basic gymnastics experience. Previous coaching experience, a strong background in fitness and conditioning, and choreography are preferred. The stipend for this 10-month position is $4,000. Send an application letter and resume to Director of Club and Recreational Sports, Tiffin University, 155 Miami St., Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

GOLF: The Seneca East girls and boys golf teams will host a scramble on Sunday at Clinton Heights Golf Course for four-person teams, starting at 8:30 a.m. There will be prize holes, as well as a steak dinner at the end of the scramble. All proceeds will go toward the players’ memberships.

SOFTBALL: There will be a co-ed softball tournament June 24-25 in Vanlue. The tournament is a 10-team round-robin sanctioned by the American Softball Association. Cost is $195 per team, with a nine-game guarantee. For more information, call Sam Dyer at 419-788-0110.

BASKETBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament June 18 at 3:30 p.m. for players grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. Entry fee is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

GOLF: After three weeks of the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi Golf League, Dave and Matt Hoke lead with 47 points, followed by Brad Fry and Jeff Miller with 38. Prize holes went to Steve Blue (closest second shot No. 3), Ron Bowling (closest to pin No. 4) and JR. Coffman (long putt No. 6).

n There were 48 players for the Bump’s Tuesday traveling group at Shelby Country Club. The team of Tom Company, George Wolph, Pat Therriault and Mike Palmer beat out Ken Gooding, Herb Love, Doug Hufford and Darl Elchert on the third playoff hole. Both squads finished at 11-under par. The group will travel to Sycamore Springs Golf Club near Arlington Tuesday beginning at 9:30 a.m.

n The team of Ron Minard, Rick Judy, Mike Todd and Al Mireles won long ball, shooting 1-over par to win the Lakeland Senior League Tuesday. Stableford went to Jim Wise, Tom Hammer, Ivan Crowe and Gene Bauer at 5-over par.

n Mike Hampp and Ted Rombach lead the second-third with nine points in the Reineke Ford Monday morning golf league at Clinton Heights. Prize winners were Casey Breighner (closest in one No. 14), Jim Sherwood (long putt No. 13), Don Kin (closest in three No. 17) and Kirk Steffanni (closest in two No. 18).

n Steve Bernard has taken over first place after Week 5 of the Phat Cakes Par Tee League with 77 p[oints. Ray Nutter is second with 71 points. Bernard had the low round with a 39. Bernard and Jack Rose were the winners in the skins game. Prize holes went to andy Halcomb (long putt No. 17) and Bernard (long drive No. 16, Pin shots No. 11 and No. 14 and proximity shot No. 12).

BASEBALL TRYOUTS: Northern Storm baseball has information for joining the fall teams or the 2017 Northern Ohio Storm Tournament Baseball teams at its website at www.nosbaseball.com/registration.

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CHEERLEADING ADVISOR NEEDED: Tiffin University is seeking an enthusiastic, motivated adult to lead the cheerleading program in the areas of recruiting and coaching. Required experience includes: stunting with co-ed and female programs from advanced to elite levels, safety and spotting techniques as well as basic gymnastics experience. Previous coaching experience, a strong background in fitness and conditioning, and choreography are preferred. The stipend for this 10-month position is $4,000. Send your letter of application and resume to the following address: Director of Club and Recreational Sports, Tiffin University, 155 Miami Street, Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

GOLF SCRAMBLE: The Seneca East girls and boys’ golf teams will be hosting a scramble on Sunday at Clinton Heights Golf Course. The scramble will start at 8:30 a.m. There will be teams of four people. There will be prize holes, as well as a steak dinner at the end of the scramble. All proceeds will go towards the players’ memberships.

GOLF: The team of Ed Lutz, Bob Barchus, Monty Scott and Joe Weaver shot 1-under par to win Mondays Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Frank Michniak (long putt on No. 17) and Scott (closest to the pin on no. 16). Barchus shot the low gross of 34.

VANLUE CO-ED SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT: There will be a co-ed softball tournament in Vanlue June 24-25. The tournament is a 10-team round-robin style tournament sanctioned by the American Softball Association. Cost is $195 per team, and nine games are guaranteed. For more information, call Sam Dyer at (419) 788-0110.

BASKETBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament June 18 at 3:30 p.m. for players grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. Entry fee is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at “http://www.tabrl.sportssignup.com”>www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

n The 13th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Tournament is July 23-24 in Tiffin. All proceeds go to the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which benefits the Tiffin City Parks and Heidelberg “H” Club. The tournament will have divisions for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams, and will follow a round-robin format with a three-game guarantee. Entry fee is $150 for the 8-under division, and $275 for the 10-under and 12-under divisions. For more information or to register, call (419) 443-5440 or visit www.tiffinparks.com/BoReidTournament.

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HOLE-IN-ONE: Bill Long had an ace on No. 11 at Clinton Heights, using a sand wedge on the 97-yard hole. The witness was Don Hoepf.

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GOLF: Friday at Clinton Heights Golf Course, Dave Seislove made a hole in one. The shot went 204 yards on No. 12 and Seislove used a driver. Bob Gooding, Howard Hohman and Dave Purnell witnessed it.

n In the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 golf league, Dave Pence and Pete Heilman are tied after three weeks of play with 87 points each. The prize holes are as follows: Rex Mellot was closest to the pin on No. 1 in two strokes. Kevin Kramer was closest to the pin on No. 4. Steve Blue had the longest putt on No. 9.

BASKETBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament June 18 at 3:30 p.m. for players grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. Entry fee is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at “http://www.tabrl.sportssignup.com”>www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

n The 13th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Tournament is July 23-24 in Tiffin. All proceeds go to the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which benefits the Tiffin City Parks and Heidelberg “H” Club. The tournament will have divisions for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams, and will follow a round-robin format with a three-game guarantee. Entry fee is $150 for the 8-under division, and $275 for the 10-under and 12-under divisions. For more information or to register, call (419) 443-5440 or visit www.tiffinparks.com/BoReidTournament.

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GOLF: In the Clinton Heights 2-Man Scramble Late, the North Division’s First-Third winners were Brent Hemminger and Chris Berry, with 36 1/2 points. The winners in the South Division were Ken Gooding and Brian Fox. The duo tied with Larry and C.J. Kisabeth with 37 points, but Fox and Gooding won the tiebreaker. Mark Smith was closest in two on one, while Ryan Monahan had the long putt on No. 2. Kory Staib was closest to the pin on No. 8. Staib also won the skins on No. 8

n In the Friday Morning Senior Golfers League at Clinton Heights, Dave Seislove aced the Par 4 hole on No. 12. Ron Trocel was closest to the pin on the first shot on No. 11, while Gary Espejo was closest to the pin with the second shot on No. 16. Ron Jones was closest to the pin with his third shot on No. 17, while Carl Rainey had the long putt on No. 14.

n In the Thursday Night K of C Golf League at Clinton Heights, Darl Elchert and Harold Brickner finished first with 24 points, while Zach Gaietto and Jacob Yoshimoto had 23 1/2 points. Mark Kontak had the long putt on No. 1, while Dave Gase was closest to the pin on No. 5. John Arend was closest to the pin in two shots on No. 6, while Mike Porter was closest to the pin in three on No. 9. The teams of Josh Predeiri and Matt Litton, Phil Hoerig and Danny Reamer and Nick Fry and Andy Brickner each won a skin.

n In the Retirees League at Clinton Heights, Bob Barchus, Jim Immele, Joe Weaver and Ken Zeop shot four under to win. Ron Mellott had the long putt on No. 4, while Steve Schafer was closest to the pin on No. 2.

SHUFFLE?BOARD: The Snow Bird Shuffle Board Group is looking for more players. The group is to meet at 10 a.m. Monday through Saturday and at 4 p.m. Thursdays. For more information, call (419) 618-4475.

BASKETBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament June 18 at 3:30 p.m. for players grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. Entry fee is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at “http://www.tabrl.sportssignup.com”>www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

n The 13th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Tournament is July 23-24 in Tiffin. All proceeds go to the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which benefits the Tiffin City Parks and Heidelberg “H” Club. The tournament will have divisions for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams, and will follow a round-robin format with a three-game guarantee. Entry fee is $150 for the 8-under division, and $275 for the 10-under and 12-under divisions. For more information or to register, call (419) 443-5440 or visit www.tiffinparks.com/BoReidTournament.

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GOLF: Kevin Lyman and Rance Beechum lead the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday Night League at Clinton Heights with 28 points. Prizes went to Jeremy Owens (closest to pin No. 11), Gary Lescallett (long drive No. 13), Sean Bloom (closest in two No. 15), Russ Eborg (closest in three No. 17) and Greg Kiser (long putt No. 18).

BASKETBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament June 18 at 3:30 p.m. for players grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. Entry fee is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at “http://www.tabrl.sportssignup.com”>www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

n The 13th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Tournament is July 23-24 in Tiffin. All proceeds go to the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which benefits the Tiffin City Parks and Heidelberg “H” Club. The tournament will have divisions for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams, and will follow a round-robin format with a three-game guarantee. Entry fee is $150 for the 8-under division, and $275 for the 10-under and 12-under divisions. For more information or to register, call (419) 443-5440 or visit www.tiffinparks.com/BoReidTournament.

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GOLF: In the May 25 outing for the Napolis Pizza Golf League at Clinton Heights Golf Course, Dave Snyder led the way with 21 points. Alex Reamer finished in a close second with 20 points, and Dan Coglatrulio finished in third place with 19 points. Denny Reamer had the low gross of 36, as well as the low net of 28. Prize holes were as follows: Tyler Heslet was the closest in two strokes on No. 4. Tony Latona had the long drive on No. 2. Coglatrulio was the closest to the 150-yard marker on No. 7. Emily Banks was the closest to the pin on No. 8 and Zach Fowler had the long putt on No. 9.

n On Tuesday in the Steyer Seed 2-man Scramble League at Clinton Heights Golf Course, the first third of league play was completed. The team of Tom Ardner and Joel Ardner led the way with 32 points, and the teams of Russ Eborg and Scott Swartz, and Ryan Huss and Billy Diehm followed closely in second place with 30 points apiece. Tom Ardner and Joel Ardner had the low gross of 32. The team of Bob Haver and Scott Haver had the low net of 32. The prize holes were as follows: Ryan Huss was the closest to No. 12 in one stroke for the White Division. Ed Baker was the closest to the hole in one stroke for the Senior Division. Russ Eborg was the closest to the pin on No. 14. Chris Demith had the long putt on No. 16. Dave Kirby was the closest in two strokes on No. 18.

n In Wednesday’s Morning Senior Golfers league outing at Clinton Heights, the team of Tom Ardner, Lloyd Straub, Herb Love and Jim Sherwood shot 6-under par to win. For the prize holes, Ron Jones was the closest to the pin in one stroke on No. 5. Jon Eakin was the closest to the pin in two strokes on No. 7. Dave Parnell was the closest to the pin in three strokes on No. 9, and Straub had the longest putt on No. 4.

n In the Amvets League at Seneca Hills, the team of Frank Michniak and Paul Fey are in first place with 37 points. For the prize hole winners, Dave Sigler had the long putt on No. 8, Jim Cray was the closest to the pin in two strokes on No. 1 and Howard Elchert was the closest to the pin in one stroke on No. 6.

n In Wednesday’s outing for the Phat Cakes Par Tee Golf League, Tyler Fuhrer and Brandon Procaccini posted identical scores of 41 to lead the way. Fuhrer and Procaccini were also skins winners along with Ray Nutter and Tim Cessna. For the prize holes, winners were as follows: Dan Mathias had the long putt on No. 2. Nutter was the closest to the pin in one stroke on No. 5. Jack Rose had the long drive on No. 4 and Brian Perrine had the long putt on No. 7.

n Dave Depinet shot a 36 for the low gross and low net in the PJ Brickhouse league at Loudon Meadows. Prize winners were Ray Creeger (long putt No. 15), Dennis Mack (closest to pin No. 18) and Jeremy Schumm (most penalties with four).

3-ON-3 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca is hosting a 3-on-3 basketball tournament. The tournament will take place June 18 at 3:30 p.m., and is for kids entering grades 7-8 and 9-12 for the upcoming school year. The entry fee for the tournament is $10 per person, and there can be teams of up to four people. For more information or to register, call or text (419) 618-6899.

BASEBALL CAMP: The Heidelberg Youth Baseball Camp is June 6-8 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. It’s for boys and girls entering grades K-8. The cost, which includes lunch and a t-shirt, is $75 per camper and $65 per camper for multi-child families. Registration is due by Friday. Registration forms can be found on the Heidelberg baseball webpage and mailed in. Contact Chad Fitzgerald with questions at (724) 699-4607 or by email at “mailto:cfitzger@heidelberg.edu”>cfitzger@heidelberg.edu.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon is June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

n The 13th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Tournament is July 23-24 in Tiffin. All proceeds go to the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which benefits the Tiffin City Parks and Heidelberg “H” Club. The tournament will have divisions for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams, and will follow a round-robin format with a three-game guarantee. Entry fee is $150 for the 8-under division, and $275 for the 10-under and 12-under divisions. For more information or to register, call (419) 443-5440 or visit www.tiffinparks.com/BoReidTournament.

Briefs

GOLF: Prize winners of the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League were Janet Scheid (longest drive in fairway, red tees No. 11), Marge Kirian (longest drive from black tees No. 11), Linda Lawrence (closest to pin in one (No. 16) and Carla Siebenaller (lowest number of putts).

n There were two holes-in-ones at Loudon Meadows Monday. Nick Grove hit a 6-iron on No. 15 from 157 yards out. The witnesses were Donald and Aaron Grover. The other hole-in-one was by Jake Ludwig on No. 18 from 118 yards out with a pitching wedge. Witnesses were Ryan Brooks and Josh Kloepfer.

n There were 49 players in the Bump’s Tuesday Traveling group scramble Tuesday at Sugar Creek Golf Club in Elmore. Brad Tanner, Ray Krupp, Dave Fraley and Dick Slosser won with a score of 12-under par. Second place went to Bob Tiell, Steve Meier, Mike Clouse, Mike Palmer and Pat Therriaut at 11-under par. Paul Martorano and Mike Dillard won the prize holes. Next week the outing will be held at Shelby Country Club in Shelby beginning at 10 a.m. Players are encouraged to wear shirts with collars.

n Dave and Greg Gase lead the Thursday night K of C league at Clinton Heights with 18.5 points. Prize holes went to Dave Porter (long putt No. 17), Phil Hoerig (closest in two No. 10 and long drive No. 18) and Steve Zirger (closest to pin No. 14). John and Tony Arend won two skins holes, while Dave and Greg Gase and Dave and Mike Porter won one.

n Jim Ruess and John Armstrong won the first third of the Reineke Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights with 34 1/2 points. Prizes went to Nub Scherger (long putt No. 1), Chuck Willert (closest in one No. 8), Gary Espejo (closest in two No. 7) and Ray Tittle (closest in three No. 9).

BASEBALL CAMP: The Heidelberg Youth Baseball Camp is June 6-8 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. It’s for boys and girls entering grades K-8. The cost, which includes lunch and a t-shirt, is $75 per camper and $65 per camper for multi-child families. Registration is due by Friday. Registration forms can be found on the Heidelberg baseball webpage and mailed in. Contact Chad Fitzgerald with questions at (724) 699-4607 or by email at “mailto:cfitzger@heidelberg.edu”>cfitzger@heidelberg.edu.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon is June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

n The 13th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Tournament is July 23-24 in Tiffin. All proceeds go to the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which benefits the Tiffin City Parks and Heidelberg “H” Club. The tournament will have divisions for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams, and will follow a round-robin format with a three-game guarantee. Entry fee is $150 for the 8-under division, and $275 for the 10-under and 12-under divisions. For more information or to register, call (419) 443-5440 or visit www.tiffinparks.com/BoReidTournament.

COACH SOUGHT: Upper Sandusky seeks a junior varsity boys basketball coach. Contact Brad Ehrman at (419) 294-1788 or brad_e@usevs.org.