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GOLF: The Teresa Kessler Memorial Big Cup tournament scramble will be held Sept. 24 beginning at 9 a.m. at Seneca Hills. All holes will have 8-inch cups for putting except for par 3 holes. Cost is $200 for four-person team including skins, green fees, lunch and door prizes. Call (419) 934-0227 or (419) 310-0553 for information and to reserve your team.

n Ken Gooding, George Wolph, Paul Donaldson and Dutch Edeburn beat the team of Bob Tiell, Tom Puffenberger, Dick Hull and P.J. Hufford by one stroke to win the Bumps Tuesday Traveling Group outing at Valley View Golf Club at 11-under par. Next week’s outing will be at Loudon Meadows near Fostoria at 10 a.m.

n In the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi League, Rick Sanford and Terry Fowler lead the last third with 55 points. Prize winners were Jake Molyet (closest in two No. 11) and Scott Reinick (closest to pin No. 12).

HOLE-IN-ONE: Ron Sklosky of Findlay had a hole-in-one on a 110-yard hole at Lakeland Golf Club. He used an 8 iron, and the shot was witnessed by Dave Salucci, Al Mireles and Ernie Peaytt.

JV BOYS GOLF: Bellevue beat Columbian 188-193 Tuesday at Seneca Hills. Bellevue got a 41 from Jacob Volkman, a 40 from Connor Rospert, a 49 from Garrett Vickery, a 58 from Jackson Moyer and 61s from Alex Martinez and Hayden Foos. Columbian was led by Greg Gase, who shot a 46, while Colin Burkett added a 48, Brenton Brown shot a 49, Braden Brown added a 50, Reece Moore had a 62 and Garrett Bowers finished with a 63.

JV GIRLS GOLF: Meredith Obringer shot a 54, Savannah Hagen had a 64 and Erin Groves finished with a 72 for Columbian in a tri-match at Seneca Hills.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Madison Guth had six assists and three kills, Hanna Bilger had four digs, four assists and three aces and Morgan Wilkinson had three digs, two kills and four aces as Old Fort defeated Sandusky St. Mary 25-4, 25-22.

n Seneca East defeated Bucyrus 25-17, 25-9. For the Tigers, Raina Shook had six aces and two kills, while Ellie French had seven assists and three kills.

n Jordyn Lease had five kills and 12 digs, and Ellie Shaw had 12 digs as Mohawk edged Carey, 25-9, 23-25, 25-18.

n Eastwood beat Fostoria 25-22, 25-7.

n Bellevue beat Willard 25-9, 25-18 Tuesday. Sydni Rodriguez smacked six kills for the Lady Red, Jamie Vogel added three kills, Olivia Baptista made nine digs and Madi Hrynciw ended with 13 assists and seven digs.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Old Fort split with Sandusky St. Mary. 23-25, 25-13. Ashley Magers served three aces, added four digs and 15 assists for the Stockaders. Faith Williams had six digs and four kills, and Savannah McCoy had two aces, four kills and six digs.

n Eastwood beat Fostoria 25-4, 25-8

n Vermilion beat Bellevue 25-20, 25-13. Beyah Garcia and Aleynah Henry both served three aces for Bellevue, while Daria High ended with a pair of aces. Alex Fiske and Carleigh Spero both had four digs.

JV TENNIS: Clyde’s Bree Dowling, Paige Brown, Madi Bannister, Siera Hisey, Mary Wilkerson, Lakotah Cagle, McKenzi Woessner, Clori Hackenburg, Amber Fay, Ellie Pierce and Hali Hagemeyer each won matches against Oak Harbor.

n Bellevue’s doubles teams of Ella Little and Claire Peacock (6-0) and Summer Strunk and Leighann Motley (6-1) each won against Willard, as did singles player Bethany Branum (6-0). Skylar Strunk lost a singles match (7-5) and the doubles teams of Rayven Whyde and Maddie Corrado (6-5) and Sage Garcia and Alivia Hamons (6-1) also fell.

JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: Shelby’s eighth grade beat Tiffin 40-12. Jackson Harris scored on a long run behind a block from Kyle Woods for Tiffin, and L.J. Reaves caught a long TD pass from Bryan Edler.

n Mohawk’s eighth grade routed Carey 34-0 Tuesday. Mason Danner rushed for a score and had a pair of two-point conversions for the Warriors, while Jesse Leeth scored three times on the ground and Trey Combs threw a TD to Skylar Williams. The seventh grade also beat Carey, 14-0. Kendall Blair scored both touchdowns on the ground for Mohawk. Collin Barth had a two-point conversion and a fumble recovery.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Victoria Ardner served 10 aces, while Madison Widman had five aces to go with two kills as Calvert’s eighth grade upended St. Wendelin, 25-4, 25-9. Ashlyn Jones had 10 aces and three kills for Calvert, while Leah Renninger had four kills.

n In seventh grade play, Old Fort defeated Sandusky Central Catholic, 25-18, 25-15. Chole Wilkinson had five aces and nine kills for the Stockaders, while Madison Nesselhauf had five aces and three kills. Alyssa Hoerig added five assists and Jaisly Woodall had six assists.

n Old Fort’s eighth grade eased by Sandusky Central Catholic, 25-12, 25-10. Faith Miller had four aces, two assists and a dig for the Stockaders, while Christa Kuhn had three kills and five digs and Emily Hull served six aces.

n Colonel Crawford’s seventh and eighth grade defeated Seneca East Tuesday. The seventh grade won 21-25, 25-22, 25-20. Lauryn Green recorded a pair of aces, three assists and a kill for SE, while Bailey Homer added 11 aces and a kill. The eighth grade beat SE 25-16, 25-23. For Seneca East, Alexis Hicks tallied six kills and a block, while Jessica Bowerman ended with four aces, a pair of kills a block and a dig.

JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY: Caden Groves ran the fourth-fastest time in school history for the second meet in a row to lead Tiffin Middle School to second in a triangular. Groves won the meet in 11:18, with Cole Newlove adding a seventh for the Tornadoes, Jacob Weingart adding an 11th and Logan Robinson running 14th.

n Tiffin Middle School’s girls ended second in a triangular. Serena Ingalls claimed third in 14:24 for Tiffin, Toria Ingalls took sixth, Kiersten Garlock finished eighth and Annalyce Bowles clocked in ninth.

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COLUMBIAN FOOTBALL: Presale tickets for Friday’s game at Bryan will be on sale from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. See Patty Davis in the athletic office at Columbian High School. Student tickets are $4 presale and $6 at the door.

VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER: Columbian defeated Sandusky 3-1 Monday. Madison Zimmerman scored twice for the Tornadoes. Anne Rannigan assists on both of the goals, while Madrienne Herdlick made six saves in goal for TC. Columbian is 1-1 this season.

GOLF: The team of Don Kin, Merle Krauss, Tom Ruikkie and Ken Zeop shot 6-under par to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Ed Lutz (long putt on No. 12). Rich Focht was closest to the pin on No. 16, while Don Kin had the low gross of 32. The Retirees League will not play next week due to Labor Day.

n Dave Salucci, Rick Judy, Al Mireles and Jack Fenton won the Front 9 scramble, shooting 6-under par Monday. The same team and the team of Mike Schmidt, Butch Bricker, Ed Sterling and Les Tesnow tied for the Back 9 Stableford at 11-over par.

n Rick Burkett (71) is the new Seneca Hills Club Champion defeating Club Champion Denny Krupp (73). Barb Kuhn shot 81 to become the new Ladies Club Champion. Runner up was Carla Siebenaller with an 84. Dick Best and Herschell Watts Jr. tied with a 74 for Senior Club Champion and Best won the title after a two-hole playoff. Wayne More with an 80 became the first Seneca Hills Super Senior Club Champion. Dutch Edeburn was the runner up with an 85. Prize holes went to Gene Scherer (closest to pin No. 6), Denny Krupp (closest to pin No. 13), Watts Jr. (closest to pin No. 16) and Edeburn (closes to pin No. 18). Spencer Schabel won the first County Long Drive Contest with a 329-yard rive on hole No. 8. Mark Dirksen came in second with a 324-yard drive.

n The Teresa Kessler Memorial Big Cup tournament scramble will be held Sept. 24 beginning at 1 a.m. at Seneca Hills. All holes will have 8-inch cups for putting except for Par 3 hols. Cost is $200 for four-person team including skins, green fees, lunch and door prizes. Contact (419) 934-0227 or (419) 310-0553 for information and to reserve your team.

VARSITY GIRLS GOLF: Bellevue beat Buckeye Central 220-222 at Cranberry Hills Monday. Paige Shealy led the Bucks with a 52. The Bucks are 4-5 this season.

JV BOYS GOLF: Hunter Davidson shot a 56, Tyler Drown added a 62, Branden Swartz recorded a 66 and Jack DeRan ended with a 72 for Old Fort against Calvert Monday.

JV GIRLS GOLF: Ashley Myers shot a 55, Savannah Hagen added a 66 and Erin Groves finished with a 73 for Columbian against Lexington Monday at Seneca Hills.

JV TENNIS: Dani Conigy and Carolyn Kilgore won 6-2 and Rachel Crawford and Abby Davidson won 6-1 doubles matches over Columbian Monday.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Sarah Schalk had four kills, but New Riegel fell to Carey 25-21, 28-26. Brooklyn Gillig had five digs.

n Shelby topped Seneca East 25-18, 25-10. Maria Phillips had nine digs for SE.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Shelby beat Seneca East 25-13, 25-10 Monday. Mallory Beamer had three kills and Megan Rife added eight digs and three kills.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: In seventh-grade play, New Riegel defeated Elmwood, 25-11, 25-9. The Blue Jackets’ Aubrey Bouillon served seven aces, had two kills, two assists and six digs. Sydney Hohman served six aces, while adding two assists and three digs. Kylie Stallard served three aces.

n New Riegel’s eighth grade beat Elmwood, 25-14, 25-10, behind eight aces from Jordan Hohman, and two aces and three kills from Bria Dailey. Genna Elchert served four aces.

n Seneca East’s eighth grade beat Buckeye Central 25-16, 25-20 Thursday, while the seventh grade dropped the match with BC 25-23, 25-14. For the eighth grade, Alexis Hicks recorded three aces, three kills and three blocks for the Tigers, while Tori Fritz added eight aces, three kills and a block. For the seventh grade, Bailey Homer had five aces and three digs and Karli Cottingham served up three aces. The eighth and seventh grade both beat Bucyrus Monday as the eighth grade won 25-5, 25-6 and seventh grade won 25-13, 25-5. for the eighth grade, Fritz had eight aces and a kill and Katrina Kagy ended with five assists, three kills and an ace. For the seventh grade, Homer tallied 10 aces, two digs and an assist and Lauryn Green finished with six aces and a kill.

n In seventh grade play, New Riegel improved to 4-0 with a 25-4, 25-11 win over Fremont St. Joe. Jo Jo Nye had 10 aces and five assists for the Blue Jackets, while Olivia Shaferly had four aces. Katie Rumschlag added two aces.

n New Riegel’s eighth grade topped Fremont St. Joe 25-23, 25-14. Jordan Hohman had four kills and three digs for the Blue Jackets, while Kayleigh Lininger served five aces and added three assists. Libbie Int served three aces and registered three assists.

n Both seventh grade and eighth grade Calvert teams beat Gibsonburg Monday night. The eighth grade won 25-15, 25-7. Ashlyn Jones tallied eight aces and four kills for Calvert, while Victoria Arnder had four aces and a pair of kills, Madison Schumacher recorded four kills, four aces and three digs, Leah Renninger registered three aces and 10 assists and Emma White had four aces. The seventh grade won 25-3, 25-8. White served 11 aces for Calvert, Jenna Bonnell had seven, Caitlyn Borer added five and Mara Mangiola had four.

3 ON 3 BASKETBALL: The third annual John Lewis 3-on-3 Tournament will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday with registration being in the morning and a 9:15 a.m. drawing at the Fremont YMCA, 1000 North Street, Fremont.Cost is $50 per team and five players is the max for a team. The tournament is for players 18 and older. For more information, call the YMCA at (419) 332-9622.

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GOLF: Tom Company, Dave Welly, Dick Hull, Jim Bishop and Dick Watson won the Tuesday Bump’s Senior League with a 57 at South Toledo. The league’s next match is Tuesday at Valley View at 9 a.m.

* In the Napoli Pizza League Wednesday’s at Clinton Heights, Dave Snyder leads with 29 points, while Dan Colatruglio is second with 26 points and Jim Hoffbauer and Zach Fowler both have 25 points. Fowler had the low net with a 32 and Tony Latona recorded a 39 for the low gross. Prize winners were Hoffabuer (closest in three No. 17), Tyler Heslet (long drive No. 13), Louie Brickner (closest in two No. 18), Fowler (long putt No. 16) and Dave Gase (closest to pin No. 11).

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: Clyde beat Mansfield Madison 24-26, 25-12, 25-20, 25-19 Saturday.

VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER: Grace Miller scored two goals and Katelyn Hildebrand added one as Upper Sandusky downed Kenton 3-1 Saturday. Trudy Daughenbaugh recorded an assist on a Miller goal. Kate Ritchey made four saves in net for the Rams. Upper Sandusky is 3-0.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Clyde topped Mansfield Madison 25-17, 16-25, 25-14 Saturday.

* Mohawk topped Edison 25-18, 25-15, before falling to Old fort 25-21, 25-17. Madison Frederitz tallied five kills and 17 assists for Mohawk, while Tess Weinandy totaled nine kills and Aubrey Margraf ended with nine digs.

* Old Fort topped Edison 25-11, 25-22 before beating Mohawk 25-21, 25-17 in a tri-match Saturday. Hannah Bilger totaled eight digs, 11 assists and seven kills for the Stockaders, and Madison Guth added four aces, 12 assists, 10 digs and six kills.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Calvert’s seventh grade beat Hopewell-Loudon 25-14, 25-12.

* Calvert’s eighth grade beat Hopewell-Loudon 25-12, 25-10. Elizabeth Wells and Taylor Sours both served three aces for H-L.

* Calvert’s eighth and seventh grades beat Hopewell-Loudon Saturday. The seventh grade won 25-14, 25-12. AJ Hemminger had five aces and five assists for Calvert, while Caitlyn Borer smashed four kills and made a pair of digs and Kate Rombach had three aces and two kills. The eighth grade won 25-12, 25-10. Madison Schumacher recorded six aces, four kills and two assists for Calvert. Leah Renninger added two aces and four assists, Ashlyn Jones had three aces, four kills and a pair of aces and Madison Widman ended with four aces.

* Old Fort’s seventh grade beat Clyde 25-19, 25-13 before topping Genoa 25-13, 25-10 Saturday. Madison Gallagher totaled three kills and eight aces for Old Fort, while Alyssa Hoerig had three aces and three assists, Madison Nesselhauf added four aces and a pair of kills, Jillian Stover had four aces, Kylie Ault made four digs, Katie Reiter registered three aces and Chloe Wilkinson finished with five aces and a pair of kills. The eighth grade beat Clyde 25-23, 25-14 and Genoa 25-17, 25-19. Jordan Reineck tallied 10 kills, two assists and four digs. Riley Lenner added four kills and six digs for Old fort, while Emily Hull recorded eight aces, three kills, 11 assists and a pair of digs, Christa Kuhn had three aces and two kills, Faith Miller served three aces and Kara Davidson ended with three assists, three aces and four digs.

JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY: Caden Groves won the boys meet in 11:17 to lead Tiffin Middle School to sixth in the boys meet at the Seneca East Tiger Classic. Cole Newlove added a 20th for Tiffin and Jacob Weingard ran 21st. Tiffin’s girls also took sixth in their meet, getting a 15th from Grace Rinnert (14:15), a 32nd from Serena Ingalls and a 50th from Analyse Bowles.

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GOLF: Jack Rose took the lead with 140 points after Week 7 of the second half of the Phat Cakes Par Tee League. Steve Bernard is second with 137 points. Bernard and Rose posted the low round with a 39. Brian Perrine was the winner in the skins game. Prize winners were Tim Cessna (pin shot No. 11), Adam Brown (long putt No. 15), Ray Nutter (pin shot No. 14 and proximity shot No. 13), Dan Mathias (long putt No. 10 and long drive No. 18) and Rose (low putts with 11).

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GOLF: Ron Rau, Ed Correll, Rick Myers and Steve Rau won the Old Fort Ex-Hi League. Prizes went to Denny McKown (long putt on No. 1), Ron Bowlin (closest to pin on No. 4) and Dick Hull (closest in three on No. 6).

The teams of Ron Jones, Dave Hall, Frank Perna, Jim Weinandy and Dave Sendelbach; Skip Halcomb, Harry Smith, Ron Troxel, Steven Sendelbach and Rex Mellott; and Don Kin, John Powell, Don Hammer, Gary Kreoger and Mike Kinnaman each shot 10 under to win the Friday Morning Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Dave Seislove (closest in one on No. 14), Kinnaman (closest in two on No. 15), Jones (closest in three on No. 17) and Bob Teach (long putt on No. 10).

Fred Reimer and Dan Gaietto lead Dave Porter and Mike Porter 26-25 in the Thursday Night K of C League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Josh Predieri (long drive on No. 2), Gaietto (long putt on No. 5), Brad Hess (closest in two on No. 7) and Sam Paradiso (closest to pin on No. 8). The twosomes of Tony Latona and Rusty Latona, Bob Gooding and Dave Porter Jr., and Dave Porter and Mike Porter each won skins.

Dave Salucci, Ivan Crowe, Tom Steinmetz and Rick Lentz shot 5 under to win the front nine scramble in the Lakeland Senior League. Mike Schmidt, Bob Deckard, Al Mireles and Gene Bauer shot 9 over to win the back nine Stableford contest.

Mark Dircksen and Jason Herbert will face Gary Hohman and Dick Best for the championship in the Wednesday night Men’s Catholic League at Seneca Hills.

Brent Hemminger and Chris Berry will play John Losey and Craig Losey in one North Division semifinal, while Jim Peer and Jim Myers will play Mark Smith and Paul VanHorn in the other in the Clinton Heights Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble League. The South Division semifinals pit Ken Gooding and Brian Fox against Jim Birch and Dave Bush, and Denny Mattson and Chad Mattson against Derek Lewis and Mike Griffin.

PREP VOLLEYBALL: Fostoria beat Lakota 25-12, 25-9, 25-15 Thursday. Alexis Kirkpatrick led Lakota with 11 digs and three kills. Mackenzie Feathers and Brianna Ray each added three kills, and Raven Broski and Faith Biddle both tallied eight digs.

JV VOLLEYBALL: New Riegel beat Arcadia 27-29, 25-23, 25-19 Thursday. Jacquelyn Lininger served six aces for the Blue Jackets and had five digs, Kaitlyn Kirian drilled 11 kills, and Madalyn Reinhart had 15 assists and 10 digs.

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JV VOLLEYBALL: Buckeye Central beat Seneca East 25-14, 25-20. Alissa Daniel led Seneca East with three kills and five digs, and Kayla Snavely had two kills and four digs.

n Old Fort beat Hopewell-Loudon 27-25, 25-23. Hannah Welly had four kills for H-L and Dakota.

n Fostoria beat Lakota 25-16, 25-19.

n Carey beat Upper Sandusky 25-14, 20-25, 25-22.

JV GOLF: Savannah Hagen shot a 68 and Erin Groves had a 70 for Columbian in a match at Sleepy Hollow.

n Old Fort’s Hunter Davidson shot a 54 in a match at Nature Trails. Tyler Drown added a 62, Brandon Swartz had a 64 and Jack DeRan turned in a 69.

n Carey’s Kole Phillips carded a 59.

n Mohawk’s Marshell Stull shot a 50 and Luke Gram had a 56 against Wynford.

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: Clyde upended Columbian 22-14. Robert Daniel and Chase Frankhouser both scored touchdowns for the Tornadoes in the loss, and Lance Young recovered a fumble.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Fostoria beat Lakota 25-17, 25-19.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: New Riegel’s seventh grade overpowered Arcadia 25-6, 25-0, getting 14 aces from Aubrey Boullion, three kills from Olivia Shaferly and four aces from Sydney Hohman.

n Arcadia’s eighth grade upended New Riegel 25-23, 23-25, 26-24. Kayleigh Lininger and Libbie Ink both belted four aces for New Riegel, with Lininger adding three kills and four digs while Ink had four assists. Jordan Hohman added two kills.

n Hannah Borer served seven aces and Chloe Malagon had four as Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat Old Fort 25-21, 18-25, 25-17.

n Old Fort’s eighth grade beat Hopewell-Loudon 25-15, 25-15.

BOWLING: The Imperial Majorette League will hold a 7 p.m. meeting Monday at Heritage Lanes. The mixed league has teams with five players each, and bowls on Mondays at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call Steve Steinmetz Sr. at (419) 618-6510.

GOLF: In the Thursday Ladies League at Clinton Heights, the winner of the second half is Kathy McCool with 63 1/2 points. Sandy Benner was second with 45. In the playoff, the first half winner, Jane Birch, was defeated by McCool. With the win, McCool was the outright league champion.

n Dennis Dean and Paul Dewald (36 1/2) and Jr. Coffman and Bob Kissell (33 1/2) are the winning teams in the final third of the Steyer Seed Two-Many Scramble League at Clinton Heights. The twosomes of Russ Eborg and Scott Swartz (97) and Marc Baugher and Ron Wise (89) accumulated the most points. Ron Kern and Carl Rainey fired a 29 for the low gross. Prizes went to Kissell (long putt No. 10), Howard Hohman (closest to pin No. 14), Joel Ardner (closest in two No. 16) and Swartz (long putt No. 17).

n Dick Rochester, Gene Sherer, Dutch Edeburn and Bob Vicek tied Bob Barchus, Tim Mannas, Paul R. Fey, Jeff Wise and Dick Hiser at 6 under to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Gene Sherer made the long putt at No. 9 and ended closest to the pin in two at No. 7.

n The teams of Bo Yanni and Ric Burkett and Jim Reinhart and Rick Steiner won their semifinal matches and will meet Sept. 11 for the Jeffery Jewelry Best-Ball League championship at Seneca Hills.

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GOLF: In the Tuesday Nite PJ Brickhouse Golf League at Loudon Meadows, Dennis Depinet shot a 38 for the low gross and a 26 for the low net. Prize winners were Paul Gosche (long putt No. 10), Greg Arbogast (closest to pin No. 11) and Denny Mack (closest in two No. 12).

n In Wednesday’s Amvets League at Seneca Hills, the winners of the second half are Bob Grothaus and Tom Miller, who now will play the first half winners Jim Miccichi and Brian Kraus for the league title. The prize winners were Grothaus (long putt No. 1), Bruce Hickle (closest to pin in two No. 3) and Ron Burkett (long putt No. 4).

n Ted Rombach, john Powell, Dave Sendelbach, Gary Kroeger and Greg Bishop won the Wednesday Senior League at Clinton Heights with an 8-under par. The second-place team was Ron Jones, Jim Weinandy, Craig Neifer and Joe Hill Prize winners were Sendelbach (closest to pin No. 5), Wade Burger (closest to pin in two No. 4), Jim Carter and Fred Smith (closest to pin in three No. 9) and Dave Seislove (long putt No. 2).

n Rick Sanford and Terry Fowler lead the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi Golf League with 41 points with with two weeks to go. Prize holes went to Matt Hoke (closest third shot No. 5), Terry Fowler (longest putt No. 6) and Ryan Chaviler (closest to pin No. 7).

n In the Napoli Pizza league Wednesday at Clinton Heights, Dave Snyder is leading with 22 points, while Dan Colatruglio is second with 20 points and Jim Hoffbauer is third with 19 . Tyler Heslet had the low net with a 31 and the low gross with a 37. Prize winners were Zach Fowler (closest in two No. 7), Justin Predieri (long drive No. 6), Al Beam (closest to creek No. 4), Emily Banks (long putt No. 2) and Steve Zirger (closest to pin No. 8).

JV VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon beat St. Wendelin 23-25, 25-11, 25-10 Wednesday. Nicole Colley had five aces and five kills for H-L, while Hannah Welly chipped in four kills and Kenzie Coleman ended with six assists and seven aces.

JV GOLF: Jacob Volkman shot a 40 to lead Bellevue against Ontario at Twin Lakes Wednesday, while Connor Rospert added a 46, Garrett Vickery shot a 44, George Schaffer added a 52, Zach Fischer carded a 49 and Andrew Dye ended with a 57.

BOWLING: Individuals or teams are wanted for the Wednesday Morning League as the season starts Sept. 7 at 9 a.m. Men and women both can bowl. Contact Heritage Lanes at (419) 447-8854 and leave a message if interested in playing.

COACH OPENING: Genoa Middle School is seeking a volleyball coach for seventh grade. Any interested party should contact Athletic Director Mike Thomas at msthomas@genoaschools.com or (419) 855-7741 ext. 21105 by Sept. 2.

FLAG FOOTBALL: Tiffin City School students interested in flag football will have registration Thursday at the stadium from 6:30-7:30 p.m. A final registration will be Aug. 30, beginning at 5:30 p.m. prior to practice at 6 p.m. This is for boys entering grades 2-6. Practice begins Aug. 30th from 6-7:15 p.m. Cost is $35. All practices and games will be on Tuesdays this year behind the visitor’s stands. Columbian football players and staff will assist.

Briefs

JV SOCCER: Upper Sandusky edged Edison 4-3 Tuesday. Gabe Baker tallied three goals for the Rams, while Ross Swinehart added one.

n Columbian fell 2-0 to a club team from Bucyrus High.

VOLLEYBALL: The Smokin’ Aces won the Thursday Night Tiffin Co-Ed Adult League, sponsored by Springleaf Financial. Team members are Nate Rust, Josh Spears, Liz Runion, Veronica Gosche, Phil Gosche and Rodney Zeigler.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Oak Harbor beat New Riegel 23-25, 25-22, 25-17 Tuesday. Kaitlyn Kirian had seven kills for New Riegel, while Jacquelyn Lininger, Julia Reinhart and Lauren Theis all had four. Sarah Schalk smashed nine kills and Brooklyn Gillig ended with 14 digs.

n Seneca East beat Ridgedale 25-11, 25-21. Kayla Snavely belted five kills and four aces for the Tigers, Alissa Daniel lined six kills and two aces and Maria Phillips had eight digs and three aces.

n Margaretta beat Fostoria 24-26, 25-15, 25-21.

n Mohawk topped Buckeye Central 25-23, 23-25, 25-23. Emma Myers Huffman had eight kills and three blocks, while Alexa Konkle had six kills and five assists. Madison Fredritz added eight assists and six aces.

n Carey beat Colonel Crawford 25-9, 25-16.

JV GOLF: Connor Rospert and Jacob Volkman each carded a birdie as Bellevue beat Norwalk 187-203 at Eagle Creek. Rospert’s 42 paced the Redmen, Volkman fired a 43, Garrett Vickery shot a 49 and Hayden Foos added a 53. Zach Eskins (56) and Jackson Mohr (60) also played for Bellevue.

n Columbian’s Matt Klepper shot a 43, while Greg Case had a 49.

JV TENNIS: Paige Brown, Madi Bannister, Lakotah Cagle, McKenzi Woessner, Clori Hackenburg, Mary Wilkerson, Ellie Pierce and Hali Hagemeyer all got wins for Clyde in a match with Huron Tuesday.

BASEBALL: Sycamore beat New Riegel 6-1 July 7 for the Seneca County Little League Tournament title. Team members were bat boy Brady Hannam, Kaden Stober, Carson Hufford, Skylar Danner, Ryan Lininger, Nathan Geary, Bryce Hannam, Reese Hannam, Joshua Morales, Owen Chevalier, Bryce Lange, Kendall Blair and Zaiden Fry. The coaches were Bret Hannam, Joe Lininger, Bruce Hannam.

JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: Mohawk’s eighth grade defeated Colonel Crawford 14-6. Mason Danner scored a rushing touchdown for the Warriors, while Jesse Leeth had a rushing score and a two-point conversion. He also added a pick on defense. Mohawk’s seventh grade routed the Eagles 40-6. Kendell Blair tallied two rushing scores, Nathan Geary added a rushing score and Collin Barth recorded a rushing touchdown and three two-point conversions. Bryce Lang had an interception for a score. Avery Stump finished with a tackle for a safety.

GOLF: Tom Company, Dave Welly, Dick Hull and Jim Bishop shot a 57 to beat Chuck Wilbert, Bum Farr, Paul Donaldson and Bob Grothaus by a stroke in the Bump’s Traveling League at South Toledo. The league plays Tuesday at Valley View with a 9 a.m. tee time.

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GOLF: Ron Rau leads the Old Fort Ex-Hi over 50 league with 417 points. Rick Myers and Joe Lynch follow him with 401 apiece. Prize winners were Dick Hull (long putt No. 14), Steve Blue (closest second shot No. 15) and Jim Birch (closest to pin No. 17).

n In the Reineke Ford two-man scramble at Clinton Heights, Skip Halcomb and Fred Smith won the final third and will play Dave Purnell and Gary Espejo in the semifinals. Jum Ruess and John Armstrong will play Mike Hampp and Ted Rombach in the other semifinal match. Prize winners were Rombach, Kurt Steffani, Smith, Bill Dunlap, Purnell and Ray Tittle.

n Dave Combs, Tom Ruikkie, Tom Williams and Dick Hiser tied the teams of Larry Wilson, Bob Barchus, Steve Schafer, Steve Meier and Rich Focht, Joe Weaver and Tim Mannas at 4-over par to win Monday/s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Focht (long putt No. 7) and Paul Hannay (closest to pin No. 16). Larry Wilson had the low gross with a 36.

n The leaders of the Thursday night K of C league are Fred Reimer and Dan Gaietto with 21 points, while John Arend and Tony Arend and Bob Dziak and Tom Flechtner bot are in second with 19 points. Prize winners were Joel Ardner (long putt No. 13 and closest to pin in two No. 10), Fred Reimer (closest to pin No. 14) and Jeff Welty (long drive No. 16). Joel Ardner and Vinny Grandillo won a skins game.

n Donna Thacker and Stephanie Miller lead the Baumann Women’s Monday night Scramble League at Clinton Heights with 76 points. Prize winners was Barb Kuhn (long drive No. 6). Amy Mattson, Marie Shuey, Barb Gabel and Jeannine Cums all had the low net with a 33, while Julie Weininger and Patty Courtney had the lowest number of putts with 11.

JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: Calvert’s Caleigh Aigler won the NWOCSA girls race, running in 13:45. St. Wendelin’s Zayna Quiroz took third in 15:05.

JUNIOR HIGH BOYS CROSS COUNTRY: St. Wendelin’s Christopher Stosio won the NWOCSA in 12:51. Calvert’s Tyler Berlekamp took ninth in 14:26.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: AJ Hemminger had four aces and nine assists, leading Calvert’s seventh grade to a 25-13, 16-25, 25-20 win. Kate Rombach had seven kills, while Emma White had six kills.

n Fassett’s eighth grade slipped past Calvert in two games, 26-24, 25-21. Ashlyn Jones had five aces for the Senecas, while Madison Schumacher had eight assists.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Cardinal Stritch beat Calvert 25-7, 25-14 Monday.

VARSITY GIRLS GOLF: Buckeye Central beat Mohawk 227-259 at Cranberry Hills Monday. The medalist was Sara Stacklin for BC. The Bucks are 3-3 overall.

JV GOLF: Carey topped Wynford 201-259 Monday at Bob’s Countryside. Ethan Turner led Carey with a 48, while Zack Turnbell and Dylan Grothaus both shot a 49, McKain Miller added a 56, Peyton Young carded a 55, Brayden Miller recorded a 58 and Kole Phillips ended with a 63.

n Meredith Obringer shot a 67 for Columbian in a dual against Bellevue at Seneca Hills Monday. Erin Groves added a 75 and Savanna Hagen ended with a 79. For Bellevue, Tristian Rupp carded a 52, Jenna Staley added a 57, Shelby Rutting shot a 63 and Riley Hager ended with a 72.

n Jaden Love shot a 52, Brock Miller had a 50, Wyatt Beamer added a 54, Jake Margraf shot a 46 and Camden Conley finished with a 61 for Seneca East in a dual with Colonel Crawford at Clinton Heights Monday.

JV TENNIS: Bree Dowling, Paige Brown, Madi Bannister, Mary Wilkerson, Lakotah Cagle, McKenzi Woessner, Clori Hackenburg, Amber Fay, Ellie Pierce and Hali Hagemeyer all had wins for Clyde against Willard.

BOWLING: There will be a meeting for the Imperial Majorette League Monday at 7 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. This is a mixed league consisting of five bowlers per team. The league bowls on Monday nights at 6:30 p.m. Contact Steve Steinmetz Sr. at (419) 618-6510 with any questions.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned in that day by 10 p.m., barring extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.) All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in the drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon topped Seneca East 25-18, 25-19 before beating Columbian 25-13, 25-23 Saturday in a tri-match. Columbian went on to beat Seneca East 18-25, 25-16, 25-22. Elli French had six kills, 27 assists and three aces for the Tigers, while Kayla Snavely added six kills and four aces and Alissa Daniel ended with nine kills and seven aces.

n Fostoria beat Ottawa Hills 25-17, 25-18.

JV TENNIS: Upper Sandusky got doubles wins against Willard from the duos of Rachel Crawford and Sydney Schryer (7-5), Dani Conigy and Jamie Gottfried (6-1), Crawford and Abby Davidson (6-1), Carolyn Killgore and Mady West (6-2), and Gottfried and Davidson (6-1).

GOLF: Bump’s Senior Traveling league will play at Toledo South at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. Players should be there no later than 9:15 a.m.

n The Rocket League will meet Aug. 24 at 8 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. New teams and individuals are welcome. For more information, call John Klingshirn at (419) 443-0173 or Dave Coppus at (419) 937-2774.

n The fourth annual Tiffin-Seneca United Way Outing at Clinton Heights is Sept. 10 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $200 for a four-person team, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, two drink tickets and one lunch per person, plus hole and door prizes. To register, visit www.tiffin-seneca-unitedway.org and click on events or call the United Way office at (419) 448-0355. For more information, call Kisabeth at (419) 934-3490.

n The Seneca Hills Club Championship will be held Aug. 28, with tee times starting at 9 a.m.The long drive contest, which was cancelled due to rain, also will be held that day, from 3-4 p.m. It costs $10 for three golf balls you can hit down the eighth fairway. Contact the professional shop at (419) 447-9446 for more details or to sign up for both.

SOCCER: Tiffin Soccer Club and Olympia Futbol Club are partnering to offer Seneca County youth soccer programs this fall. The Academy Program is for youth age 5-11. Players are introduced to the game of soccer in a fun environment, by teaching individual ball skills (dribbling, passing, shooting, receiving, tackling, juggling), the rules of the game, and basic game and team principles). The Travel Program is for youth age 11-14. Teams will play in the East Suburban Soccer League against teams from Woodville, Port Clinton, Oak Harbor, Lake, and other teams from northwest Ohio. The Academy Program practices on Mondays (age 9-10) from 5:30-6:30 p.m., and Tuesdays from 5:30-6 p.m. (ages 5-6) and 6:15-7 p.m., beginning the first week of September and ending the last week of October. The Travel Program trains on Tuesdays and Thursdays during September and October from 5:30-7 p.m. Registration runs until Aug. 26. Cost is $30-40 for the Academy Program, and $100 for the Travel Program. To register or for more information, visit www.tiffinsoccer.org.

5K RUN: The Patriot Day Salute 5K is Sept. 11 at 9 a.m. Registration runs 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the Rotary Park gazebo. Cost is $20 per person on or before Sept. 1 and $25 after Sept. 1, including race day. The first 200 people to register will receive a drawstring bag. To register online, go to runsignup.com/Race/OH/Tiffin/PatriotDaySalute5k. Awards will be presented to the top male and female in six age groups (20-under, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-older).

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GOLF: Bump’s Senior Traveling league will play at Toledo South at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. Players should be there no later than 9:15 a.m.

n Ron Schramm continues to lead with 115 points after Week 6 of the second half of the Phat Cakes Par Tee League as Ray Nutter is second with 113 points. Jack Rose recorded the low round with a 39. Jason Galitza and Rose were winners in the skins game. Prize winners were Steve Bernard (pin shot No. 5), Andy Halcomb (long drive No. 9), Nutter (long putt No. 6), Galitza (pin shot No. 8), Rose (proximity shot No. 2 and long putt No. 7) and Dan Mathias (low putts with 11).

5K RUN: The Patriot Day Salute 5K is Sept. 11 at 9 a.m. Registration runs 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the Rotary Park gazebo. Cost is $20 per person on or before Sept. 1 and $25 after Sept. 1, including race day. The first 200 people to register will receive a drawstring bag. To register online, go to runsignup.com/Race/OH/Tiffin/PatriotDaySalute5k. Awards will be presented to the top male and female in six age groups (20-under, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-older).

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JV GOLF: Bellevue shot a 179 at Sleepy Hollow, led by Jacob Tiell’s 42 and twin 44 from Garrett Vickery and Connor Rospert. Zach Eskins added a 49, with Layne Krupp (52), Hayden Foos (60) and Braxton Berry (62) also playing for the Redmen.

5K RUN: The Patriot Day Salute 5K is Sept. 11 at 9 a.m. Registration runs 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the Rotary Park gazebo. Cost is $20 per person on or before Sept. 1 and $25 after Sept. 1, including race day. The first 200 people to register will receive a drawstring bag. To register online, go to runsignup.com/Race/OH/Tiffin/PatriotDaySalute5k. Awards will be presented to the top male and female in six age groups (20-under, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-older).

GOLF: Bump’s Senior Traveling league will play at Toledo South at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. Players should be there no later than 9:15 a.m.

n Jason Herbert and Mark Dircksen won the final third of the Wednesday Night Men’s Catholic League at Seneca Hills with 139 points. They will face Fritz Smith and John Englehart in one semifinal, while Marc Lee and Troy Keller will play Gary Hohman and Dick Best in the other.

n Tom Ardner, Lou Greiselding, Jack Snay, Nick Say and Don Hammer shot 9 under to win the Friday Morning Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Dave Kirby (closest to pin in one No. 11), Ted Rombach (closest in two No. 18), Bob Shultz (closest in three No. 17) and Al Beam (long putt No. 13).

n John Losey and Craig Losey lead Mark Smith and Paul VanHorn 30 1/2 in the North Division, while Jim Birch and Dave Bush lead Will Rennells and Chad Dunlap 32-28 1/2 in the South Division in the Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Jared Martin (long putt No. 10), Rennells (long putt No. 12), Ken Gooding (closest to pin No. 14) and Mike Griffin (closest in two No. 18). Len Goshe and Howard Hohman won a skin at No. 10, as did Dave Zeigler and Scott Gregg at No. 15.

n The team of Jim Ruess, John Powell, Ron Troxel and Gary Kroeger shot 7-under par for first at the Wednesday Morning Senior Golfers League at Clinton Heights. Skip Halcomb was closest to the pin on No. 5, while Dave Pernell had the second shot closest to the pin on No. 1. Steve Scheiber and Dave Welly each had the third shot closest to the pin on No. 9. The longest putt on No. 7 was by Greg Neifer.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned in that day by 10 p.m., barring extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.) All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in the drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

JV GOLF: Jacob Volkman shot a 44 and Connor Rospert tallied a 45 to pace Bellevue’s 187-208 win against Shelby at Sleepy Hollow. Garrett Vickery added a 48 for the Redmen, Zach Eskins shot a 50, Jackson Moyer had a 57, George Shaffer turned in a 58 and Alex Martinez and Zach Fischer both had a 60.

n Erin Groves shot a 72 for Columbian at Eagle Creek.

JV TENNIS: Upper Sandusky got doubles wins against Buckeye Valley from Carolyn Killgore and Dani Conigy (6-1), and Rachel Crawford and Abby Davidson (6-2).

FOOTBALL: Chieftain Youth Football, in conjunction with the Hopewell-Loudon varsity football team and staff, along with the NFL flag football program, will offer a flag football program this fall for all Hopewell-Loudon students in grades 2-6. Registration dates for the flag program are Saturday from 11 a.m.-noon and Wednesday from 6:15-7 p.m. in the Chieftain gym (old building). Due to the NFL’s paperwork, a parent must be present to register players. Practices and games will be held on the varsity and/or junior high practice fields. The first practice runs 9-10 a.m. Aug. 27. Other practices are on Tuesdays from 6:15-7:15 p.m., starting Aug. 30. Games will be Saturdays at 9 a.m., starting Sept. 10. The last game is Oct. 15.

n Tiffin City School students interested in flag football will have registration Thursday at the stadium from 6:30-7:30 p.m. A final registration will be Aug. 30, beginning at 5:30 p.m. prior to practice at 6 p.m. This is for boys entering grades 2-6. Practice begins Aug. 30th from 6-7:15 p.m. Cost is $35. All practices and games will be on Tuesdays this year behind the visitor’s stands. Columbian football players and staff will assist.

GOLF: In the Thursday Ladies League at Clinton Heights, the leader is Kathy McCool with 56 points, while Sandy Benner is second with 41. Prize winners were Benner and McCool.

n Dick Rochester, Dutch Edeburn, Dick Hiser, Jim Immele and Steve Schafer tied the team of Lowell Hosler, Bob Barchus, Paul Hannay, Paul R. Fey and Paul E. Fey at 4 under for the win in the Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Wayne Moore (closest to pin No. 16) and Edeburn (long putt No. 15).

n Ken Gooding, Rich Holman, Dave Welly and Paul Martorama edged Whitey Florence, John Armstrong, Herb Love and pat Therriault 61-62 for the win in the Bump’s Senior Traveling League at Colonel Golf Course near Lima. Tuesday’s match begins at 9:30 a.m. at Heatherdowns in Toledo.

n Carla Siebenaller, Becky Gunter-Mouradian and Linda Lawrence won the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League. Second place was Carol Shook, Paula Wise, Helen Scheid and Barb Kuhn and third was Linda Phares, Georgene Miccichi, Lou Ann Edeburn and Marge Kirian.

n Gary Burns and Zach Allen lead the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday Night League at Clinton Heights with 21 points. Prizes went to Burns (long drive No. 1), Steve Reinhart (long putt No. 3), Gary Lescallett (closest to pin No. 5), Russ Eborg (closest in two No. 7) and Mitch Stearns (closest in three No. 9).

n The fourth annual Tiffin-Seneca United Way Outing at Clinton Heights is Sept. 10 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $200 for a four-person team, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, two drink tickets and one lunch per person, plus hole and door prizes. To register, visit www.tiffin-seneca-unitedway.org and click on events or call the United Way office at (419) 448-0355. For more information, call Kisabeth at (419) 934-3490.

n The Seneca Hills Club Championship will be held Aug. 28, with tee times starting at 9 a.m.The long drive contest, which was cancelled due to rain, also will be held that day, from 3-4 p.m. It costs $10 for three golf balls you can hit down the eighth fairway. Contact the professional shop at (419) 447-9446 for more details or to sign up for both.

BOWLING: There will be a meeting at 9 a.m. Wednesday at Heritage Lanes for the Wednesday Morning League. Teams and individuals are welcome to attend. The season starts Sept. 7.

n The Rocket League will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. Mixed teams and individuals are welcome. For more information, call John Klingshirn at (419) 443-0173 or Dave Coppus (419) 937-2774.

PREP FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGES: Columbian and Calvert will hold scrimmages Friday at Frost-Kalnow Stadium to raise money for autism awareness. Calvert will scrimmage Galion Northmor at 6 p.m., which will be followed by Columbian and Toledo Start. All proceeds from the event go to SALSA (Seneca Autism Learning & Support Association).

SOCCER: Tiffin Soccer Club and Olympia Futbol Club are partnering to offer Seneca County youth soccer programs this fall. The Academy Program is for youth age 5-11. Players are introduced to the game of soccer in a fun environment, by teaching individual ball skills (dribbling, passing, shooting, receiving, tackling, juggling), the rules of the game, and basic game and team principles). The Travel Program is for youth age 11-14. Teams will play in the East Suburban Soccer League against teams from Woodville, Port Clinton, Oak Harbor, Lake, and other teams from northwest Ohio. The Academy Program practices on Mondays (age 9-10) from 5:30-6:30 p.m., and Tuesdays from 5:30-6 p.m. (ages 5-6) and 6:15-7 p.m., beginning the first week of September and ending the last week of October. The Travel Program trains on Tuesdays and Thursdays during September and October from 5:30-7 p.m. Registration runs until Aug. 26. Cost is $30-40 for the Academy Program, and $100 for the Travel Program. To register or for more information, visit www.tiffinsoccer.org.

5K RUN: The Patriot Day Salute 5K is Sept. 11 at 9 a.m. Registration runs 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the Rotary Park gazebo. Cost is $20 per person on or before Sept. 1 and $25 after Sept. 1, including race day. The first 200 people to register will receive a drawstring bag. To register online, go to runsignup.com/Race/OH/Tiffin/PatriotDaySalute5k. Awards will be presented to the top male and female in six age groups (20-under, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-older).

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned in that day by 10 p.m., barring extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.) All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in the drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

PREP GIRLS TENNIS: Upper Sandusky upended Kenton, 3-2.

PREP FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGES: Columbian and Calvert will hold scrimmages Friday at Frost-Kalnow Stadium to raise money for autism awareness. Calvert will scrimmage Galion Northmor at 6 p.m., which will be followed by Columbian and Toledo Start. All proceeds from the event go to SALSA (Seneca Autism Learning & Support Association).

SOCCER: Tiffin Soccer Club and Olympia Futbol Club are partnering to offer Seneca County youth soccer programs this fall. The Academy Program is for youth age 5-11. Players are introduced to the game of soccer in a fun environment, by teaching individual ball skills (dribbling, passing, shooting, receiving, tackling, juggling), the rules of the game, and basic game and team principles). The Travel Program is for youth age 11-14. Teams will play in the East Suburban Soccer League against teams from Woodville, Port Clinton, Oak Harbor, Lake, and other teams from northwest Ohio. The Academy Program practices on Mondays (age 9-10) from 5:30-6:30 p.m., and Tuesdays from 5:30-6 p.m. (ages 5-6) and 6:15-7 p.m., beginning the first week of September and ending the last week of October. The Travel Program trains on Tuesdays and Thursdays during September and October from 5:30-7 p.m. Registration runs until Aug. 26. Cost is $30-40 for the Academy Program, and $100 for the Travel Program. To register or for more information, visit www.tiffinsoccer.org.

5K RUN: The Patriot Day Salute 5K is Sept. 11 at 9 a.m. Registration runs 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the Rotary Park gazebo. Cost is $20 per person on or before Sept. 1 and $25 after Sept. 1, including race day. The first 200 people to register will receive a drawstring bag. To register online, go to runsignup.com/Race/OH/Tiffin/PatriotDaySalute5k. Awards will be presented to the top male and female in six age groups (20-under, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-older).

GOLF: The Rocket League will meet Aug. 24 at 8 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. New teams and individuals are welcome. For more information, call John Klingshirn at (419) 443-0173 or Dave Coppus at (419) 937-2774.

n The fourth annual Tiffin-Seneca United Way Outing at Clinton Heights is Sept. 10 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $200 for a four-person team, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, two drink tickets and one lunch per person, plus hole and door prizes. To register, visit www.tiffin-seneca-unitedway.org and click on events or call the United Way office at (419) 448-0355. For more information, call Kisabeth at (419) 934-3490.

n In the Steyer Seed Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights, Dennis Dean lead the final third of league play with 30 points. The team of Adam Schmucker and Dave Snyder tied with the team of Billy Diehm and Ryan Huss with a low gross of 32. Jim Dewald and Glenn Herman had the low net of 33. Scott Swartz had the long putt on No. 2, Adam Schmucker was closest to the pin (white) on No. 5, while Carl Rainey was closest to the pin (red) on the same hole. Jim Dewald was closest in two on No. 6, while Tim Ardner had the long putt on No. 7.

n In the Amvets League at Seneca Hills, the team of Frank Michniak and Ron Burkett remain in first with 74 points, followed by the team of Tom Miller and Bob Grothaus, with 70 points. Lowell Hossler had the long putt on No. 16, while Bob Haefling had the long putt on No, 17 and Ray Krupp was closest to the pin on No. 13.

n The Seneca Hills Club Championship will be held Aug. 28, with tee times starting at 9 a.m.The long drive contest, which was cancelled due to rain, also will be held that day, from 3-4 p.m. It costs $10 for three golf balls you can hit down the eighth fairway. Contact the professional shop at (419) 447-9446 for more details or to sign up for both.

KICKBALL: The team called Fo Sho won the first kickball season at Tiffin Parks and Recreation. Team members are Riley Chafins, Evan Stephens, Shaun Bolen, Darian Brock, Jake Adams, Kory Magers, Justin Brock, Jada Reaves, Justin Hayes, Zach Ball and Dylon Mowrey.

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PREP FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGES: Columbian and Calvert will hold scrimmages Friday at Frost-Kalnow Stadium to raise money for autism awareness. Calvert will scrimmage Galion Northmor at 6 p.m., which will be followed by Columbian and Toledo Start. All proceeds from the event go to SALSA (Seneca Autism Learning & Support Association).

GIRLS GOLF: Buckeye Central topped Norwalk St. Paul and Wynford in a tri-match at Cranberry Hills Tuesday. The Bucks shot a 211, while St. Paul shot a 217 and Wynford was in last with a 225. Paige Shealy led the Bucks with a 48.

GOLF: The Rocket League will meet Aug. 24 at 8 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. New teams and individuals are welcome. For more information, call John Klingshirn at (419) 443-0173 or Dave Coppus at (419) 937-2774.

n The fourth annual Tiffin-Seneca United Way Outing at Clinton Heights is Sept. 10 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $200 for a four-person team, which includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, two drink tickets and one lunch per person, plus hole and door prizes. To register, visit www.tiffin-seneca-unitedway.org and click on events or call the United Way office at (419) 448-0355. For more information, call Kisabeth at (419) 934-3490.

n Bob Dziak and Tommy Flechtner lead Fred Reimer and Dan Gaietto 15 1/2-13 1/2 in the Thursday Night K of C League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Jeff Welty (closest in two No. 3), Phil Horn (closest to pin No. 5), Phil Hoerig (long putt No. 6) and Bob Gooding (closest in three No. 9). Welty and Hoerig teamed up to win two skins.

n Jim Wise, Ron Minard and Gene Bauer shot even par to win the Front Nine Best-Ball contest in the Lakeland Senior League. Mike Schmidt, Ray Garcia, Tom Steinmetz and Les Tesnow shot 5 over to win the Back Nine Stableford contest.

n Donna Thacker and Stephanie Miller lead the Baumann Women’s Monday Night Scramble League at Clinton Heights with 69 points. Prizes went to Kerry Jones (closest in one No. 11, closest in one No. 14) and Pam Moyer (long putt No. 10).

JV GOLF: Seneca East shot a 196 Tuesday at Clinton Heights. John Margraft’s 44 led the Tigers. Jared Love turned in a 48, Brock Miller had a 51, Wyatt Beamer added a 53, Camden Conley tallied a 54 and John Margraft had a 60.

n Matt Klepper fired a 46 and Greg Gase had a 47 to lead Columbian past Norwalk 199-220 at Eagle Creek. Braden Brown and Colin Burkett each added a 53 for the Tornadoes. Brenton Brown (59) and Reece Moore (66) also played for TC.

JV TENNIS: Bree Dowling, Paige Brown, Madi Bannister, Siera Hisey, Mary Wilkerson, Lakota Cagle, McKenzi Woessner, Clori Hackenburg, Amber Frey, Ellie Pierce and Hali Hagemeyer all picked up wins for Clyde in a match with Madison.

5K RUN: The Patriot Day Salute 5K is Sept. 11 at 9 a.m. Registration runs 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the Rotary Park gazebo. Cost is $20 per person on or before Sept. 1 and $25 after Sept. 1, including race day. The first 200 people to register will receive a drawstring bag. To register online, go to runsignup.com/Race/OH/Tiffin/PatriotDaySalute5k. Awards will be presented to the top male and female in six age groups (20-under, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61-older).

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned in that day by 10 p.m., barring extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.) All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in the drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

RUNNING: The Patriot Day Salute 5K is slated for 9 a.m. Sept. 11. Registration is 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the Rotary Park gazebo. The cost is $20 per person on or before Sept. 1 and $25 after Sept. 1, including race day. The first 200 people to register will receive a drawstring bag. To register online go to runsignup.com/Race/OH/Tiffin/PatriotDaySalute5k. Awards will be presented to the top male and female in six age groups (20 and under, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61 and older).

PREP FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGES: Columbian and Calvert will hold scrimmages Friday at Frost-Kalnow Stadium to raise money for autism awareness. Calvert will scrimmage Galion Northmor at 6 p.m., which will be followed by Columbian and Toledo Start. All proceeds from the event will go to SALSA (Seneca Autism Learning & Support Association).

JV BOYS GOLF: Carey was fifth, Columbian sixth and New Riegel eighth in a JV tournament at Seneca Hills Monday. For Carey, Jordan Dasher shot a 99, Ethan Tanner added a 102, Zack Turnbell had a 109 and Dylan Grothaus shot a 111. For Columbian, Greg Gase fired a 94, Colin Burkett shot a 112, Patrick Marquis added a 113 and Colin Anway ended with a 114. for New Riegel, Eric Theis led the way with a 112, Chris Acree had a 115, Casey Schetter added a 123 and Kristin Coleman finished with a 136.

GOLF: In the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League, Ron Rau leads Dave Pence 384-380 with two weeks to play. Prize holes went to Jim Dillard (closest second shot No. 2), Dean Lang (longest put No. 6) and Greg Molyet (closest to pin No. 7).

n After Week 4 of the final third of the Steyer Seed two-man Scramble League, Marc Baugher and Ron Wise and Russ Eborg and Scott Swartz are tied with 24 points. Tom Ardner and Joel Ardner tied Ron Kern and Carl Rainey for the low gross with a 30, while Adam Schucker and Dave Snyder shot the low net with a 32. Prize winners were Howard Hohman (long putt No. 12), Tom Ardner (closest in one No. 13), Junior Coffman (long putt No. 15), Ryan Huss (long drive white tees), Russ Eborg (long drive red tees). Frank Michniak, Gene Sherer, Tom Ruikkie, Rufuss Tyree and Tim Mannas tied the team of Rich Focth, Nick Say, Dutch Edeburn, Ed Lutz and Dick Hiser at 1-over par to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Nick Say (long putt No. 17), Frank Michniak (closest to pin No. 18) and Rich Focht shot the low gross with a 34.

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5K FUN RUN: The Edison High School cross country team in conjunction with the Milan Melon Festival is sponsoring the 43rd Annual Fisher-Titus Medical Center 5K and Fun Run races Sept. 5. It will begin at Milan Elementary School with the one mile fun run beginning at 8:30 a.m., while the 5K is scheduled at 9 a.m. It is $15 pre-registration. Registration can be done online at www.milanmelonfestival.org. The day of the race it is $20 and there will be T-shirts for the first 250 entries. Contact Randy Foster at (419) 961-0243 for more information.

n The Patriot Day Salute 5K is slated for 9 a.m. Sept. 11. Registration is 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the Rotary Park gazebo. The cost is $20 per person on or before Sept. 1 and $25 after Sept. 1, including race day. The first 200 people to register will receive a drawstring bag. To register online go to runsignup.com/Race/OH/Tiffin/PatriotDaySalute5k. Awards will be presented to the top male and female in six age groups (20 and under, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61 and older).

GOLF: Ron Schramm has the lead with 92 points after Week 4 of the second half od the Phat Cakes Par Tee League with Dan Mathias in second with 90 points. Prize winners were Doug Albert (long putt No. 10 and pin shot No. 11) and Tim Cessna (proximity shot No. 12 and long putt No. 15).

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GOLF: In the Seneca Hills Tuesday morning ladies league the prize holes went to Linda Phares (closest to pin in two No. 10), Becky Gunter-Mouradian (longest putt No. 12) and Georgene Miccichi (closest to pin No. 18).

n Four teams shot 7 under to tie for first place in the Morning Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Gary Hohman (closest to pin in one No. 11), Fred Smith (closest to the pin in two No. 16), Wade Burger (closest to the pin in three No. 17), Bob Grothaus (longest putt No. 18).

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned in that day by 10 p.m., barring extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.) All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in the drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

GOLF: The Seneca Hills Retirees League start time Monday is at 8:30 a.m.

n Jason Herbert and Mark Dircksen lead the final third of the Wednesday Night Men’s Catholic League at Seneca Hills with 122 points. Denny Krupp and Jared Kuhlman tied for the low gross at 35. Larry Miller shot a 31 for the low net.

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GOLF: In the Thursday Ladies League at Clinton Heights, the leader is Kathy McCool with 51 points, while second is Sandy Benner with 36 points, Prize holes went to Benner (closest to pin No. 11), Donna Thacker (long putt No. 12) and Jane Birch (long drive No. 16).

n Greg Molyet and Jake Molyet lead the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi League with 15 points, while Matt Hoke and Dave Hoke lead the Wild Card with 130 points. Prizes went to Ray Trautman (closest to pin No. 4) and Denny McKown (closest in two No. 8).

n Mark Smith and Paul VanHorn lead the North Division with 23 1/2 points while Jim Birch and Dave Bush are tied with Will Rennells and Chad Dunlap for the South Division lead with 24 1/2 points in the Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Rennells (long putt No. 3), Mark Smith (closet to pin No. 5), Chris Berry (long putt No. 6) and Birch (closest in three No. 9). Skins went to John Losey and Craig Losey, Rennells and Dunlap, and Nub Scherger and Doug Strausser.

n Dan Colatruglio leads Dave Snyder 14 1/2-14 in the Napoli Pizza League at Clinton Heights, with Jim Hoffbauer sitting third with 13 points. Louie Brickner shot a 35 for the low gross and 31 for the low net. Prizes went to Josh Predieri (closest in two No. 13), Tony Latona (long drive No. 15), Emily Banks (closest to pin No. 14), Denny Reamer (long putt No. 11) and Snyder (closest in two No. 16).

n Dick Rochester, Dutch Edeburn, Lowell Hosler and Steve Schafer shot 7-under par to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Bob Barchus (long putt No. 1) and Edeburn (closest to pin No. 2). Next Monday’s retiree’s league tee time is 8:30 a.m.

JV BOYS GOLF: Jordan Dasher fired a 38 for Carey Bob’s Countryside Thursday against Riverdale. Dylan Grothaus added a 55, Zack Turnbell had a 50, Peyton young had a 63, McKain Miller added a 50, Brayden Miller carded a 63 and Kole Phillips ended with a 56.

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GIRLS TENNIS: Fostoria’s match with Napoleon Sept. 5 has been rescheduled for Aug. 30.

BOYS GOLF: Upper Sandusky’s match with Ridgedale Tuesday at Golf Club of Bucyrus will begin at 4 p.m.

GIRLS GOLF: Columbian shot a 427 at the Edison Invite at Thunderbird South Wednesday. Andrea Spurck led the Tornadoes with a 95, while Ava Sarka added a 102, Taylor Losey and Ashley Myers shot a 115 and Olivia Olinger and Kate Burkes both ended with a 116.

GOLF: Mike Schmidt, Lee Kloeppel, Dave Meyer and Jack Fenton shot 6-under par to win the Front 9 Scramble in the Lakeland Senior League Wednesday. Ron Minard, Ernie Peaytt and Ivan Crowe were 11-over par to win the Back 9 Stableford.

n In the Amvets League at Seneca Hills Wednesday, the team of Frank Michniak and Ron Burkett are leading with 63 points with Bob Grothaus and Tom Miller in the second with 61 points. Prize winners were John Ferstler (long putt No. 5 and No. 7) and Brian Krauss (closest to pin No. 6). Next week’s tee time is 8:30 a.m.

n Ted Rombach, Fred Smith, Don Miller and Al Thomas shot 8-uner par to win the morning senior golf league at Clinton Heights Wednesday. Prize winners were Rombach (closest to pin in one No. 8), Joe Hill (closest to pin in two No. 6), Dave Seislove (closest to pin in three No. 9) and Don Kin (longest putt No. 4).

n In the Tuesday Nite PJ Brickhouse Golf League at Loudon Meadows, JR Brickner shot a 38 for the low gross and Art McGrain had a 30 for the low net. Prize winners were Jeremy Schumm (long putt No. 17), Brickner (closest to pin No. 18) and Joe Smith (most penalties).

BASKETBALL: The Best of the Best Basketball Fall League will run from Sept. 11-Oct. 16. The league will feature fourth grade through high school divisions. All games will be played Sunday evenings and be played at Tiffin University and other colleges and high schools in the Seneca County area. There is a guarantee of 10 games for each team. Register an entire team or individually. For details, visit www.bestbasketball.net or call or text (419) 443-5440 for more information.

5K FUN RUN: The Edison High School cross country team in conjunction with the Milan Melon Festival is sponsoring the 43rd Annual Fisher-Titus Medical Center 5K and Fun Run races Sept. 5. It will begin at Milan Elementary School with the one mile fun run beginning at 8:30 a.m., while the 5K is scheduled at 9 a.m. It is $15 pre-registration. Registration can be done online at www.milanmelonfestival.org. The day of the race it is $20 and there will be T-shirts for the first 250 entries. Contact Randy Foster at (419) 961-0243 for more information.

n The Patriot Day Salute 5K is slated for 9 a.m. Sept. 11. Registration is 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the Rotary Park gazebo. The cost is $20 per person on or before Sept. 1 and $25 after Sept. 1, including race day. The first 200 people to register will receive a drawstring bag. To register online go to runsignup.com/Race/OH/Tiffin/PatriotDaySalute5k. Awards will be presented to the top male and female in six age groups (20 and under, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60, 61 and older).

BOWLING: The Sunday Night Rock N Roll League will be holding its beginning of the year league meeting at Heritage Lanes Sunday at 6 p.m. Contact Shawn Fitch at (567) 207-8648 to sign up. Call or text, but texting is preferred. The league is a four-person mixed team league.

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COACH SOUGHT: Buckeye Central seeks a softball coach. Candidate must complete all requirements for coaching, including obtaining a pupil activity permit, going through FBI and BCII background checks and having the highest standard of moral character. Stipend will be according to the negotiated contract. For more information, contact Athletic Director Jay Zeiter at jzeiter@bcbucks.org or (419) 492-2551.

GOLF: Nature Trails will host a four-person team scramble Aug. 21 as a fundraiser to help Blake Depinet cover the expenses of performing in the 2017 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California. He will march in the parade with the Band of America Honor Band. The scramble will have a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Cost is $50 per golfer and covers 18 holes of golf, a steak meal, two golf carts per team and prize holes. For more information, call Doug Depinet at (419) 618-7439.

n Margaretta High’s softball team will hold a softball fundraising tournament Aug. 14 at Sleepy Hollow with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Teams and players must register by Aug. 13. For more information, call (419) 603-7687.

n Mike Schmidt, Lee Kloeppel, Ralph Lazenby and Les Tesnow shot 6-under par to win the Front 9 Scramble at the Lakeland Senior League Monday. Ron Minard, Dave Straley, Mike Todd and Dave Meyer and the team of Jim Wise, Butch Bricker, Bob Deckard and Gene Bauer tied at 8-over par to win the Back 9 Stableford.

n Dick Best, Bob Grothus, Ron Mellot, Harry Smith and Steve Meier shot 4-over par to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. The prize winners were Dave Combs (long putt No. 8) and Tom Williams (closest to pin No. 6). Frank Michniak, Dick Best and Gary Hohman tied for the low gross with a 37. Next Monday’s tee time is 8:30 a.m. At Monday’s Reineke two-man scramble league, Gary Kroeger and Jon Eakin lead the final third with 24 points with two weeks left. Tem Rombach and Mike Hampp lead for total year points with 85 . Prize winners were Rombach (closest in one No. 5 and closest in two No. 2), Skip Halcomb (long putt No. 7) and Nub Scherger (closest in three No. 9).

n Edison topped Willard and Buckeye Central in a girls tri-match at Cranberry Hills Monday. Edison shot a 169, while Willard posted a 220 and the Bucks ended with a 224. Buckeye Central’s medalist was Paige Shealy with a 52.

n Jani Yanni and Julie Weininger lead the Baumann Women’s Monday Night Scramble League at Clinton Heights with 59 points. Prize winners were Linda Phares (closest in one No. 15), Linda Lawrence (long putt No. 6), Sandy Burns (closest to creek No. 9), Pam Moyer (long drive No. 7) and Marie Shuey (closest to 150 yard marker).

BOWLING: The Sunday Night Rock N Roll League will be holding its beginning of the year league meeting at Heritage Lanes Sunday at 6 p.m. Contact Shawn Fitch at (567) 207-8648 to sign up. Call or text, but texting is preferred. The league is a four-person mixed team league.

COLUMBIAN: The Columbian Athletic Boosters will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the upper room of the Clover Club. Anyone interested in supporting the boosters is welcome to attend.

BASKETBALL: The Best of the Best Basketball Fall League will run from Sept. 11-Oct. 16. The league will feature fourth grade through high school divisions. All games will be played Sunday evenings and be played at Tiffin University and other colleges and high schools in the Seneca County area. There is a guarantee of 10 games for each team. Register an entire team or individually. For details, visit www.bestbasketball.net or call or text (419) 443-5440 for more information.

5K FUN RUN: The Edison High School cross country team in conjunction with the Milan Melon Festival is sponsoring the 43rd Annual Fisher-Titus Medical Center 5K and Fun Run races Sept. 5. It will begin at Milan Elementary School with the one mile fun run beginning at 8:30 a.m., while the 5K is scheduled at 9 a.m. It is $15 pre-registration. Registration can be done online at www.milanmelonfestival.org. The day of the race it is $20 and there will be t-shirts for the first 250 entries. Contact Randy Foster at (419) 961-0243 for more information.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned in that day by 10 p.m., barring extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.) All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in the drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

GOLF: Nature Trails will host a four-person team scramble Aug. 21 as a fundraiser to help Blake Depinet cover the expenses of performing in the 2017 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California. He will march in the parade with the Band of America Honor Band. The scramble will have a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Cost is $50 per golfer and covers 18 holes of golf, a steak meal, two golf carts per team and prize holes. For more information, call Doug Depinet at (419) 618-7439.

n Margaretta High’s softball team will hold a fundraising tournament Aug. 14 at Sleepy Hollow with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Teams and players must register by Aug. 13. For more information, call (419) 603-7687.

n Dave Snyder leads the Napoli Pizza League at Clinton Heights with eight points, with Jim Hoffbauer, Josh Predieri and Dan Colatruglio all tied for second at 7 1/2. Predieri, Denny Reamer and Snyder all tied for the low gross with a 35, while Reamer shot a 27 for the low net. Prizes went to Dave Gase (closest in two No .7), Predieri (long drive No. 1), Hoffbauer (closest to pin No. 5), Tyler Hesler (long putt No. 6) and Al Beam (most putts).

BASKETBALL: The Tiffin University Kids Summer Camp is Tuesday through Wednesday at the TU Gillmor Center for boys and girls in grades 1-8. Sessions run 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost is $60 per person, $40 for the second family member. Cost includes a TU Dragon T-shirt and admission to a TU game. Players should bring tennis shoes, water and lunch. Pizza will be sold for $1 per slice. For more information, contact coach Jerry Buccilla at (419) 448-3266 or BuccillaJ@tiffin.edu or coach Julian Sullinger at (419) 448-3048 or sullingerjd@tiffin.edu.

COACH SOUGHT: Buckeye Central seeks a softball coach. Candidate must complete all requirements for coaching, including obtaining a pupil activity permit, going through FBI and BCII background checks and having the highest standard of moral character. Stipend will be according to the negotiated contract. For more information, contact Athletic Director Jay Zeiter at jzeiter@bcbucks.org or (419) 492-2551.

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GOLF: Kathy McCool leads Sandy Benner 43 1/2-26 1/2 in the Thursday Ladies League at Clinton Heights. Hole prizes went to McCool (long putt No. 1) and Jane Birch (closest to pin No. 5).

n Nature Trails will host a four-person team scramble Aug. 21 as a fundraiser to help Blake Depinet cover the expenses of performing in the 2017 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California. He will march in the parade with the Band of America Honor Band. The scramble will have a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Cost is $50 per golfer and covers 18 holes of golf, a steak meal, two golf carts per team and prize holes. For more information, call Doug Depinet at (419) 618-7439.

n Mark Smith and Paul VanHorn lead the North Division with 17 1/2 points and Marc Strausser and Rex Woessner lead the South Division with 19 1/2 points in the Clinton Heights Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble. Prizes went to Larry Kisabeth (long putt No. 12), Tony Sherer (closest in two No. 13), Steve Peer (closest to pin No. 14) and Len Goshe (long putt No. 15). Skins went to the twosomes of Nub Scherger and Doug Strausser, CJ Kisabeth and Larry Kisabeth, and Howard Hohman and Goshe.

n Paul Hannay, Keith Breidlinger, Bill Dunlap and Brian Krauss tied Wayne Moore, Ken Zeop, Monty Scott and Dick Rochester at 5 under for the win in Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Zeop (long putt No. 10) and Rochester (closest to pin No. 18).

n Next Tuesday’s outing for the Bump’s Retiree Travel Group starts at 9 a.m.

BASKETBALL: The Tiffin University Kids Summer Camp is Tuesday through Wednesday at the TU Gillmor Center for boys and girls in grades 1-8. Sessions run 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost is $60 per person, $40 for the second family member. Cost includes a TU Dragon T-shirt and admission to a TU game. Players should bring tennis shoes, water and lunch. Pizza will be sold for $1 per slice. For more information, contact coach Jerry Buccilla at (419) 448-3266 or BuccillaJ@tiffin.edu or coach Julian Sullinger at (419) 448-3048 or sullingerjd@tiffin.edu.

COACH SOUGHT: Buckeye Central seeks a softball coach. Candidate must complete all requirements for coaching, including obtaining a pupil activity permit, going through FBI and BCII background checks and having the highest standard of moral character. Stipend will be according to the negotiated contract. For more information, contact Athletic Director Jay Zeiter at jzeiter@bcbucks.org or (419) 492-2551.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned in that day by 10 p.m., barring extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.) All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in the drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

GOLF: Nature Trails will host a four-person team scramble Aug. 21 as a fundraiser to help Blake Depinet cover the expenses of performing in the 2017 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California. He will march in the parade with the Band of America Honor Band. The scramble will have a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Cost is $50 per golfer and covers 18 holes of golf, a steak meal, two golf carts per team and prize holes. For more information, call Doug Depinet at (419) 618-7439.

n Duane Schank and Tom Traunero lead the final third of the K of C Thursday Night League at Clinton Heights with 8 1/2 points. Prizes went to Scott Swartz (closest to pin No. 11, long putt No. 13), Schank (closest in two No. 16) and Matt Litton (closest in three No. 17). Tony Latona and Rusty Latona won a skin.

n Ron Rau leads Dave Pence 353-349 in the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League. Prizes went to Rick Myers (closest in two No. 15), Pete Mellott (long putt No. 16) and Brad Fry (closest to pin No. 17).

n Ed Lutz ended closest in one at No. 11 in the Friday Morning Senior League at Clinton Heights. Dave Sendelbach finished closest in two at No. 13, Tom Ardner was closest in three at No. 17 and Mike Mertes made the long putt at No. 15.

BASKETBALL: The Tiffin University Kids Summer Camp is Tuesday through Wednesday at the TU Gillmor Center for boys and girls in grades 1-8. Sessions run 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost is $60 per person, $40 for the second family member. Cost includes a TU Dragon T-shirt and admission to a TU game. Players should bring tennis shoes, water and lunch. Pizza will be sold for $1 per slice. For more information, contact coach Jerry Buccilla at (419) 448-3266 or BuccillaJ@tiffin.edu or coach Julian Sullinger at (419) 448-3048 or sullingerjd@tiffin.edu.

COACH SOUGHT: Buckeye Central seeks a softball coach. Candidate must complete all requirements for coaching, including obtaining a pupil activity permit, going through FBI and BCII background checks and having the highest standard of moral character. Stipend will be according to the negotiated contract. For more information, contact Athletic Director Jay Zeiter at jzeiter@bcbucks.org or (419) 492-2551.

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GOLF: In the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi Golf League, Denny McKown and Ed Correll won the second five weeks of play with 66 points each. Prize holes went to JR Coffman, closest to No. 11 in two. Denny McKown, closest to the pin on No. 12.

n In the Tuesday outing for the Steyer Seed 2-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights, the team of Marc Baugher and Ron Wise led the way with 20 points. The team of Tom Ardner and Joel Ardner shot the low gross with a 31. Baugher and Wise shot the low net with a 34. The following people were prize hole winners: Chris Demith, long drive on No. 3 in the white tees division. Lou Brickner, closest in two on No. 4. Dennis Dean, closest to the pin on No. 8. in the white tees division. Joe Hays, closest to the pin on No. 8 in the red tees division. Joe Hays, long drive on No. 9 in the red tees division.

n In the Wednesday outing for the Amvets League at Seneca Hills, the team of Frank Michniak and Ron Burkett led the way with 50 points. The following people won prize holes: Dave Everhart, long putt on No. 18. Lowell Hosler, closest to the pin in two on No. 11. Paul Fey, closest to the pin in one on No. 16.

n In the Wednesday outing for the Lakeland Senior League, Dave Salucci, Tom Schiltz, Dave Meyer and Al Mireles won the Front 9 Scramble by shooting 7-under par. Rob Greer, Ernie Peaytt, Mike Todd and Tom Steinmetz won the back 9 Stableford by shooting 5-over par.

n In the latest outing for the Tuesday Nite PJ Brickhouse Golf League at Loudon Meadows, Ron Brickner shot a 36 to earn the low gross. Joe Smith and JR Bricker each shot a 30 for low net. The following people won prize holes: Ron Brickner, closest to the pin on No. 2. Rodney Brickner, long putt on No. 8. Most fairways went to Dale Thaxton with five.

n In the outing for the Wednesday Morning Senior Golfers at Clinton Heights, the team of Jim Ruess, Jim Weinandy, Dave Welly and Al Thomas shot 6-under par to win first place. The following people won prize holes: Mike Mertes, closest to the pin on No. 5 in one. Ruess, closest to the pin on No. 2 in two. Wade Burger, closest to the pin on No. 9 in three. Wes Ferguson, longest putt on No. 7.

n Nature Trails will host a four-person team scramble Aug. 21 as a fundraiser to help Blake Depinet cover the expenses of performing in the 2017 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California. He will march in the parade with the Band of America Honor Band. The scramble will have a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Cost is $50 per golfer and covers 18 holes of golf, a steak meal, two golf carts per team and prize holes. For more information, call Doug Depinet at (419) 618-7439.

SOFTBALL TRYOUTS: The Lake Erie Waves 16U travel softball team will be hosting tryouts for the 2017 season today at 6 p.m. at Lyons Park. The park is located on 305 South Washington Street in Castalia. Participants should arrive 30 minutes early to register. For more information, contact Bill Yost at (419) 515-9296 or Mike Williamson at (419) 603-7687.

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GOLF: Nature Trails will host a four-person team scramble Aug. 21 as a fundraiser to help Blake Depinet cover the expenses of performing in the 2017 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California. He will march in the parade with the Band of America Honor Band. The scramble will have a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Cost is $50 per golfer and covers 18 holes of golf, a steak meal, two golf carts per team and prize holes. For more information, call Doug Depinet at (419) 618-7439.

n Carla Siebenaller shot the low gross and ended closest to the green in three at the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League. Linda Phares made the long putt at No. 9.

n Ernie Peaytt, Ray Garcia, Mike Todd and Ralph Lazenby shot 2 under to win the Lakeland Senior League Front 9 Best-Ball contest. Ron Minard, Tom Schlitz, Bob Deckard and Ed Sterling shot 9 over to win the Back 9 Stableford Quota.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON: Hopewell-Loudon Junior High will begin football practice at 3 p.m. today. Players must report to the locker room by 2:30 p.m. if they need a helmet fitted. They must have an up-to-date physical to practice. For more information, contact coach Suter at ssuter@hlschool.net.

UPPER SANDUSKY: The Upper Sandusky girls varsity soccer team had a Midnight Madness Campout scrimmage shortly after midnight Sunday. In the inter-squad scrimmage, the Purple team defeated the Yellow team 5-3. Katelyn Hildebrand led the way with three of the five goals for the winners, with Taylor Norris and Grace Miller each scoring a goal. Trudy Daughenbaugh scored two of the three goals for Yellow, with Megan Hensel scoring a goal as well.

BASKETBALL: The 2016 Boys and Girls Calvert Skills Camp runs today through Friday at St. Joseph Activity Center. Sessions run 8-10 a.m. for sixth and seventh graders, and 10 a.m.-noon for fourth and fifth graders. Cost is $30 a child, $10 each additional child. Make checks payable to Calvert Boys Basketball. For more information, call (419) 934-3168, or email twillman@calvertcatholic.org.

n The third annual John Lewis 3-on-3 Tournament is Sept. 3 at 10 a.m. with a 9:15 a.m. drawing at the Fremont YMCA. Cost is $50 per team. For more information, call (419) 332-9622.

n The Tiffin University Kids Summer Camp is Aug. 9-10 at the TU Gillmor Center for boys and girls in grades 1-8. Sessions run 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Cost is $60 per person, $40 for the second family member. Cost includes a TU Dragon T-shirt and admission to a TU game. Players should bring tennis shoes, water and lunch. Pizza will be sold for $1 per slice. For more information, contact coach Jerry Buccilla at (419) 448-3266 or BuccillaJ@tiffin.edu or coach Julian Sullinger at (419) 448-3048 or sullingerjd@tiffin.edu.

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GOLF: On Aug. 21, Nature Trails is hosting a four-man team golf scramble. This scramble is a fundraiser to help Blake Depinet cover the expenses of performing in the 2017 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California. He will be marching in the parade with the Band of America Honor Band. The scramble will have a shotgun start at 8 a.m. The cost is $50 per golfer. This cost covers 18 holes of golf, a steak meal, two golf carts per four-man team and prize holes. For more information, contact Doug Depinet at (419) 618-7439.

n Dave Combs, Tim Mannas, Joe Weaver and Nick Say shot even par to win Monday’s outing for the Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Paul Hannay, who had the long putt on No. 17 and Gene Sherer, who was closest to the pin on No. 16. Jeff Wise shot the low gross of 35.

n In the Lakeland Senior League Ernie Peaytt, Tom Schiltz, Mike Todd and Ed Sterling shot five under par to win the Front 9 Scramble. All teams at the outing tied at one over par in the Back 9 Stableford.

n In the Reineke Two-Man Scramble Golf League, the leaders of the last third are Jon Eakin and Gary Kroeger with 18 points. Mike Hampp and Ted Rombach lead in total points with 81 1/2. Dave Seislove was closest in three on No. 17, and closest in two on No. 13. Steve Hepp had the long putt on No. 16, while Skip Halcomb was closest in one on 14.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: Hopewell-Loudon Junior High football will begin practice at 3 p.m. Wednesday. Players are to report to the locker room by 2:30 p.m. if you need helmets fitted. They also must have an up-to-date physical to practice. Email coach Suter at ssuter@hlschool.net with questions.

UPPER SANDUSKY GIRLS SOCCER SCRIMMAGE: The Upper Sandusky girls varsity soccer team had a Midnight Madness Camp Out scrimmage shortly after midnight Sunday. In the inter-squad scrimmage, the Purple team defeated the Yellow team 5-3. Katelyn Hildebrand led the way with three of the five goals for the winners, with Taylor Norris and Grace Miller each scoring a goal. Trudy Daughenbaugh scored two of the three goals for Yellow, with Megan Hensel scoring a goal as well.

BASKETBALL: The 2016 Boys and Girls Calvert Basketball Skills Camp will run from Wednesday to Friday at St. Joseph Activity Center. Sessions run from 8-10 a.m. for sixth and seventh graders, and from 10 a.m.-noon for fourth and fifth-graders.. The cost is $30 a child, $10 each additional child. Make checks payable to Calvert Boys Basketball. For more information, call (419) 934-3168, or email twillman@calvertcatholic.org.

n The Third Annual John Lewis 3-on-3 Tournament will be held at 10 a.m. Sept. 3, with a 9:15 a.m. drawing at the Fremont YMCA. Cost is $50 per team. For more information, call (419) 332-9622. The tournament is for players 18 and older.

SOFTBALL: The Lake Erie Waves 16U travel team will hold tryouts for the 2017 season at 6 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday at Lions Park in Castalia, located at 305 St. Washington St. Participants should arrive by 5:30 p.m. For more information, call Bill Yost at (419) 515-9296 or Mike Williamson at (419) 603-7687.