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COACH OPENING: Upper Sandusky High School is looking for a head coach for the girls tennis team for the 2018-19 school year. Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume and three references to Brad Ehrman, Upper Sandusky High School, 800 North Sandusky Ave., Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351 or email to mailto:brad_e@treca.org or brad_e@usevs.org.

5K RUN/WALK: Willard City Schools is to host an Honor Run 5k run/walk March 10 at 9 a.m. Proceeds are to go towards the funding of seats for veterans on the Honor Flight as well as the annual Veteran’s Day assembly that is to be held by Willard. Those interested can register at https://tinyurl.com/honorthebrave or log on to www.willardschools.org and download the registration form. All runners/walker are to be registered by Feb. 24 to guarantee a t-shirt and avoid a late registration fee.

GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Columbian topped Lexington 30-15. Tatyana Dines led the Tornadoes with 11 points.

BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Isaac Mason scored 20 for Seneca East’s seventh grade as the Tigers topped Buckeye Central 48-25 Monday. Cody Heibertshausen added six points for SE.

n Buckeye Central’s eighth grade routed Seneca East 48-28 Monday. Patrick Snook led the Tigers with six points.

n Calvert’s eighth grade beat New Riegel 33-18. Nolan Beeker led all scorers with 13 points, Blake Ronski added nine, while Braden Elchert tossed in four.

n Nick Palm led Calvert’s seventh grade with seven points to help the Senecas beat New Riegel 22-18. Dylan Stephens tossed in five for Calvert.

n Hayden Welly scored 14 points to help Hopewell-Loudon hold off Pandora-Gilboa’s seventh grade. The Chieftains took a 29-22 win. Michael Hoover added eight points, while George Beucler chipped in six.

n The Hopewell-Loudon eighth grade squeezed past Pandora-Gilboa 43-40. Tyler Fendele led the Chieftains with 14, while Ashton Bour tossed in 10. Ried Jury contributed six points.

n Bryce Burns poured in 27 points for Tiffin’s eight grade as it took down Willard 37-29. Jaden Myers and Andrew Shawberry both added four points.

n Tiffin’s seventh grade downed Willard 33-27. Zak Siebenaller had 15 points for TMS, while Zayne Smith added eight and Tyler Goff ended with four.

n Old Fort’s eighth grade topped Lakota 54-32 as Garrett Havens led OF with 14 points, while Colin Nutter added 12, Casey Clouse had 11 and Miles Miller ended with nine.

n Old Fort’s seventh grade routed Lakota 47-25. Shane Webb led the way for OF with 13 points, while Pierson Steyer ended with eight.

GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: New Riegel’s seventh grade fell to Calvert Monday, 16-14. Mileah Jones led the Blue Jackets with eight points and six rebounds. Jordyn Dillon tossed in four points and grabbed three boards and Katelyn Arbogast had six rebounds.

n Aubrey Bouillon recorded 12 points, five rebounds and five steals to lead New Riegel’s eight grade to a 31-18 win over Calvert. Brie Norville added seven points, seven boards and four steals. Kylie Stallard and Sydney Hohman each tossed in five points.

n Emily Siesel’s 18 points led Seneca East’s eighth grade in a 56-19 thumping of Buckeye Central Monday. MaKenna Depinet tossed in 12 points for the Tigers and Mya Ousley added eight.

n Hillary Bogner scored seven of her 11 points in the final quarter to help Seneca East’s seventh grade beat Buckeye Central 35-22. Abby Sturgill backed her with 10 points and Kate Siesel chipped in eight.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat Pandora-Gilboa 22-14. Alex Jackson scored six points for the Chieftains and Ashley Daniel had five.

n The eighth grade for Hopewell-Loudon topped Pandora-Gilboa 48-30 with the help of Allie Milligan’s 13 points. Hope Kreais followed with 12.

n Mohawk’s eighth grade fell to Colonel Crawford 27-18. Lily Hammer led the Warriors’ efforts with nine points.

n Bailey Sheets scored 15 points for Mohawk, but it wasn’t enough as Colonel Crawford defeated the Warriors’ seventh grade 28-21.