RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned in that day by 9:30 p.m., barring extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at email@example.com, fax at (419) 447-3274, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in the drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.
GOLF: The New Riegel Athletic Boosters will hold the Teresa Kessler Scholarship Big Cup scramble Sept. 9 at Fostoria Country Club. The event tees off at 9 a.m. All holes will have eight-inch cups except for the par 3s. Baumann Chevrolet-Buick-GMC of Tiffin will sponsor the par-3 hole-in-one contests. Cost is $200 per four-person team, which includes golf, cart, lunch, skins and hole-in-one contests. The deadline to enter is Sept. 2. To enter, call (419) 934-0227 or (419) 310-0553.
n The 10th annual PCA Tour is Sept. 9 with registration beginning at 7:30 a.m. and the shotgun start at 8 a.m. There is a luncheon to follow. It’s $50 per player. Call Steve at (419) 618-3277 for more information. Monetary donations can be mailed to Prostate Cancer Awareness Fund C/O Mike Reser 1705 Lakeview Dr Tiffin, OH 44883. For door prize donations, text or call Laura at (419) 689-1665.
n A two-man, four-ball scramble is Sept. 1 at 8:30 a.m. at Lakeland Golf Course. It starts at 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start. It’s $50 per person with a cash payout. Contact (419) 894-6440 with any questions.
n Brian Krauss and Herb Love lead the Amvets League at Seneca Hills after six weeks with 71 points. Bob Haefling and Tom Hay are second with 65 points. Prize holes went to Brian Miccichi (long putt No. 10), Tim Bradford (closest to pin in one No. 18) and Love (closest to pin in one No. 13).
n Three teams tied for first at 5 under in the Wednesday Senior League at Clinton Heights. They were Jim Ruess, Fred Smith, Tom Puffenberg and Bill Powell, Skip Halcomb, Lou Greiselding, Dave Gase and Rex Mellott and Carl Rainey, John Powell, Creig Bishop and Bill Dunlap. Prize holes went to Ray Nutter (closest in one No. 5), Ruess (closest in two No. 3), Puffenberg (closest in three No. 9) and Smith (long putt No. 4).
TIFFIN CARNIVAL: The Columbian Athletic Department and Athletic Boosters seek volunteers for the 50th annual Tiffin Carnival races Sept. 8. For volunteers who would work the full meet, the athletic department will offer volunteers an all athletic event pass for home Tornado athletic contests. If interested, call Michelle Boehler at (567) 207-7884.
BARBECUE: Charlie K’s will hold a chicken barbecue Sunday and Sept. 2 at TSC in Tiffin. Serving starts at 11 a.m. each day. Meals cost $10 and include a half chicken with three sides.
5K/FUN RUN: Sept. 3 is the 45th annual Fisher-Titus Medical Center 5K and Fun Run races at Milan Elementary School. It starts at 8:30 a.m. for the 1-mile fun run and 9 a.m. is the 5K race. It’s $15 pre-registration and it’s $20 the day of the race with 250 T-shirts going to the first 250 entries. For more information, contact Randy Foster at (419) 961-0243 or register online at www.edisonxc.com.
JV BOYS GOLF: Collin Anway shot a 54, while Zavier Sherman posted a 63 for Columbian against Norwalk at Eagle Creek.
JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat Gibsonburg 25-7, 25-9 as Lydia Walters served 11 aces, Isabelle Beidelschies had seven aces and Anna Daniel finished with five.
n Gibsonburg’s eighth grade topped Hopewell-Loudon 2-22, 18-25, 20-25. For H-L, Alex Jackson smacked six kills and Grace Hoover served up four aces.
JV VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon defeated Fremont St. Joe 25-22, 25-18. Hailey Welly tallied five aces and a pair of kills, while Jocelyn Levengood and Raylee Baker added two kills and Brynn Carrel had a pair of aces and 11 assists for the Chieftains.
BASKETBALL: The Best Best Basketball Fall League runs from Sept. 9 to Oct. 7. The league will feature fourth grade through high school divisions with all games being played on Sunday evenings around Seneca County. Proceeds benefit local schools. There is a guarantee of at least 10 games for each team. Register an entire team for $550 or individually for $85 and the league will place them on a team. Text questions to (419) 443-5540 or sign up at www.bestbasketball.net.