Briefs

SOFTBALL: The 38th Annual Oak Harbor All-Nighter Tournament is July 13-14. Cost is $160 per team ($12 per game for the umpire). Call Mike Williamson for entry at (419) 603-7687.

PARENT MEETING: Upper Sandusky High School will host a fall sports meeting July 23 in the gym. Parents of all sports (excluding golf and cheerleading) are expected to attend. The general meeting begins at 7 p.m. followed by individual sport meetings. The golf and cheerleading meetings occur July 31 at 7 p.m. Golf will meet in Room 502 and cheerleading will meet in Room 305. For more information, call the high school office at (419) 294-2308.

GOLF: The winners of the Friday Senior League at Clinton Heights were Ted Rombach, Fred Smith, Buth Whipple and Bob Shultz with a score of 9 under. The team of Jim Ruess, Bum Farr, Casey Breighner and Dave Kirby took second with a 7 under. Prizes went to Jim Carter (closest in one), Ruess (closest in two), Harry Smith (closest in three) and Jon Aiken (long putt).

n The duo of Doyle Mager and Mike Hoffman lead the North Division of the Clinton Heights Baumann 2-man Scramble Late League with 27 points. Three teams are tied at 22 to lead the South Division. Those teams are Nub Scherger and Doug Strausser, Denny Lofay and Nate Lofay, and Derek Lewis and Brad Scheiber. Prizes were awarded to Ryan Monahan (long putt on No. 3), Larry Kisabeth (closest in two on No. 4), Marc Strausser (closest in two on No. 7) and Joel Ardner (closest to pin on No. 8). Skins were won by Mark Smith and Paul Vanhorn on No. 4.

n Don Hoepf teamed up with Terry Nusbaum to lead the Thursday Night K of C League with 24 1/2 points. Prizes were won by Dan Gaietto (closest to pin on No. 11), Jeff Welty (closest to pin on No. 13), Tim Sacksteder (long putt on No. 16) and Scott Ferguson (closest to pin on No. 17). Skins were won by John Arend and Tony Arend.

n Ron Brickner shot a 30 for low gross, while Bill Noriss had the low net with 30 in Tuesday’s PJ Brickhouse League at Loudon Meadows. Prizes went to Norris (long putt on No. 1), Doug Tanner (closest to pin on No. 2) and Brickner (best poker hand).

HOLE-IN-ONE: Jim Ruess shot a hole-in-one on No. 14 at Clinton Heights Friday. He made the shot with a 9 iron.