OFFICIATING CERTIFICATION: The Tiffin Area Football Officials Association will sponsor a class to become certified in officiating OHSAA football. The class begins July 30. Register at Call Mike Reinhart at (419) 937-3653 with any questions.

SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT: The 21st annual Laurie Mann Memorial Tournament at Port Clinton Waterworks Park is July 27-28. Proceeds from the USSSA Men’s Qualifier go to a scholarship fund for graduating seniors. Call Mike Williamson at (419) 603-7687 for details.

GOLF: Prize winners for the Baumann Women’s Monday Night Scramble League at Clinton Heights were Sandy Burns and Diane Dayton (No. 2), Tori Lee (No. 6) and Debbie Gerschutz and Linda Phares (No. 8). Carla Siebenaller and Barb Kuhn won a skin on No. 17. Pam Myer and Erica Gordon lead the league.

n Ken Ziebold and Jason Galitza are tied for the lead in the second session of the Phat Cake Par Tee League with 78 points with Mike Gibson in second place with 75 points. Skins games winners were Galitza and Gibson and both shot the low round with a 40. Prize winners were Ziebold (pin shot No. 5), Len Gosche (low putts), Galitza (pin shot (No. 8), Tim Cessna (proximity shot No. 2) and Gibson (long putt No. 6 and long drive No. 9). There are two nights of golf left in the second sesion.

n The winners of the Tuesday Open Gym at Seneca Hills was Ava Sarka, shooting a 42 and Evan Kuenzli adding a 39. Winner of the closest to the pin in two was Sarka on No. 12, while Griffin Bunting had the long drive on No. 17.

n In the Bump’s Tuesday traveling group scramble at Lincoln Hills, the team of Dennis Ferrill, Pete Kleinhenz, Brian Krauss and Karl Orians shot 12 under to beat the second-place team of Dick Reuhle, Larry Schalk, Gary Scheid and Howard Elchert at 8 under. Next week’s outing will be held at Hillcrest in Findlay, beginning at 9 a.m. Players should be there by 8:40 a.m. for the drawing of teams.

n Doyle Magers and Mike Hoffman lead the North Division of the Clinton Heights Baumann two-man scramble late with 35 points. Marc Strausser and Seth Marlowe lead the Sout Division with 28 ½ points. Denny Lofay and Nate Lofay have 28 points. Prize holes went to Josh Predieri (closest to pin No. 11), Joel Ardner (closest in two No. 16) and Jim Birch (long putt No. 18). Brad Schreiber and Derek Lewis won a skins game on No. 13, while Tom and Joel Ardner won on No. 16.

n Dave Depinet won the second third of the Tuesday Night PJ Brickhouse League at Loudon Meadows with Aaron Kapelka finishing second, Jeremy Schumm and Rodney Brickner tying for third and Jason King was last. Kapelka and Brickner tied for the low gross with a 37. Kapelka had the low net with a 27. Prize winners were Ray Creeger (closest to pin No. 18), Brickner (long putt No. 10) and Ron Shellhammer (most penalties).

FALL BASEBALL: The Tiffin Cal Ripken D League is taking sign-ups for the 12th year of fall baseball. This league is for 10 year olds, who turn 11 before May 1 2019 and for 11 and 12 year olds, but did not turn 13 before May 1 of this year. This is open to any individuals whether they are boys or girls who live in town or county no matter where they live, they can play. The fee is $60 for one player, but there is a discount for multiple players in the same household. Balks, dropped third strikes and leadoffs are in play for this league. The deadline to register and fee paid is July 27. To register or for more information, call Jeff Hohman at (419) 448-7321.

BASKETBALL CAMP: Heidelberg Youth Basketball Camp for boys in grades 2-5 is Wednesday-Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Seiberling Gymnasium. The camp is $100 per camper. Camp for boys in grades 6-8 is July 24-27 at 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is $125 per camper. For questions contact coach Andy Bucheit at (419) 448-2006. Forms are available at

HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT: The horseshoe tournament at the Seneca County Fair begins Tuesday with the Senior Doubles at 10:30 a.m. July 28 is Singles Class A and B at 10 a.m. and Class C at 1 p.m. July 29 is Double Class A and B at 10 a.m. For more information, call Joe Steinmetz at (419) 618-1951.