FIRE RELIEF: The Mohawk Athletic Boosters are selling disaster relief T-shirts to benefit Mohawk area fire victims. Shirts cost $10, and orders are due by Tuesday. For more information, contact the school.
GAME RESCHEDULED: Old Fort’s girls basketball team will play a make-up game Monday at Arcadia, with the junior varsity starting at 6 p.m.
GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Jordan Reineck scored 12 points and Madison Guth added seven for Old Fort in a 43-20 win over Calvert Saturday. Madison Widman had 14 for the Senecas.
* Seneca East topped Fostoria 42-38 as Tori Fritz had 12 points for SE.
* Shelby beat Columbian 48-38. Tatyanna Dines led Columbian with 12 points, while Mia Ingalls had eight.
BOYS JV BASKETBALL: Clyde beat New Riegel 54-29. Gabriel Souder scored nine points for New Riegel.
* Seneca East topped Mohawk 46-41. Jake Siesel led SE with 16 points, while Andy Bauman added nine. Hunter Gottfried led Mohawk with 12 points and Landen Snyder ended up with eight.
* Old Fort downed North Baltimore 55-36. Weston Miller led Old Fort with 17 points, while Gregory Steyer added 14.
BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Calvert topped Old Fort 40-35 to win the SBC title. The Senecas also won the regular season title, going 10-0. Garrett Spaun led the winners with 14 points, while Jackson Seislove chipped in 13, Nolan Beeker had six, Blake Ronski four and Braeden Elchert finished with three points. Garrett Havens led the Stockaders with 16 points, while Colin Nutter added 13 and Miles Miller ended with six.
* Tiffin’s seventh grade upended Sandusky 44-41 for the Sandusky Bay Conference Tournament Lake Division title. Logan Beaston and Zak Siebenaller each scored 18 points for the Tornadoes and Isaiah Kelly added four.
* Clyde’s eighth grade beat Tiffin 46-39 to win the Sandusky Bay Conference Tournament Lake Division title. Jacob Weingart scored 11 points for Tiffin, Bryce Burns netted 10 and Jayden Myers had eight.
GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Seneca East’s eighth grade upended Wynford 35-26 to win the N10 title. Emily Siesel led the Tigers with 13 points, while Mya Ousley finished with 11.
* Wynford’s seventh grade beat Seneca East 30-13 for the N10 title. Livy Kaiser and Meghan Hanler each had four points for the Tigers.