BASEBALL: Columbian baseball is to host a camp Dec. 22-23 from 9 a.m. to noon for any interested fourth-eighth grade students. Cost for the camp is $15 per day or $25 for both days. Registrations are available at the TC athletic office, Noble Elementary and Tiffin Middle School. If you have questions, contact Curt Mellott through the athletic office at (419) 448-5224.

JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL: Seneca East’s seventh grade team beat Upper Sandusky 32-20 Monday. Cody Heibertshausen led the Tigers with 12 points, followed by Issac Mason (10) and Grahm Gibbs (8).

n Trenton Beemer tossed in 13 points to lead Upper Sandusky’s eighth grade to a 49-26 win over Seneca East. Mason Foos led SE with 11 points and Alex King added 10.

JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL: The Old Fort seventh grade upended Sandusky St. Mary Monday, 32-20. Kailyn Webb led the Stocakders with 12 points, followed by Brooke Winslow (8) and Cameran Cleveland (6).

n Sandusky St. Mary’s eighth grade squeezed out a 21-19 win over Old Fort. Chloe Wilkinson, Jillian Stover and Emily Blankenship each tossed in six points for the Stockaders.

n McComb topped Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade 21-14 Monday. Alex Jackson scored eight points for the Chieftains and Ashley Daniel added six.

n Chloe Malagon’s 12 points helped Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade down McComb 34-14. Abby Daniel added eight points.

n Wynford’s seventh grade routed Mohawk 42-14. Alysen Young scored eight points for the Warriors, while Bailey Sheets added four and Electra VanBeveren chipped in two.

n Mohawk dropped its eighth grade game to Wynford 42-18. Emma Thiery had four points, while Kennedy Cleveland, Lauren Moyer, Claire LaRoche and Victoria Phillips each scored two.

n Upper Sandusky’s seventh grade beat Sencea East 21-18. Kaye Siesel had six points for the Tigers. Kaitlyn Best and Abby Sturgill each grabbed five rebounds.

n Emily Siesel scored 15 points for Seneca East’s eight grade, while Makenna Depinet followed with 14 in a 51-20 win over Upper Sandusky. Amelia Boes added nine points and snatched six boards for the Tigers.