GOLF: 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 Sign up for the Two-Man Fall League at Seneca Hills starts Sept. 6. Call (419) 447-9446 to sign up.
n Elmwood at The Shawhan will host its annual Tee Off Alzheimer’s scramble Sept. 16 at Seneca Hills with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $250 per team and includes carts, greens fees, continental breakfast, snack cart, The Oasis, drink tickets, catered awards luncheon, goodie bags and prizes and gifts. To register, contact Maria Browne at (419) 447-6885 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
n Keith Breighner and Kirk Steffanni won the final third of the Reineke Clinton Heights Monday Morning Two-Man Scramble with 33 ½ points and will face Jim Link and Todd Sendelbach in the playoffs. Mike Hampp and Ted Rombach earned the final playoff spot with 94 total points for the year and will face Lou Grieselding and Steve Hepp. Prize holes went to Greg Bishop, Russ Eborg, Skip Halcomb, Grieselding, Jacob Mowery, Link, Steffanni and Chuck Wilbert with two.
n The team of Don Kin, Monte Scott, Dick Rochester and Jim Banks shot 1 over to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Tim Mannas (long putt No. 8 and closest to pin No. 6), Kin (closest to pin in two No. 5) and Scott and Larry Wilson had the low gross with a 36.
SKILLS CAMP/FLAG FOOTBALL: Registration for Columbian’s football skills camp/flag football for second through sixth grade Tiffin City Schools students is 5:30-6 p.m. Tuesday behind the visitors’ side at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. Players may also register the week of Sept. 4. Skills clinic/flag games run 6-7 p.m. Tuesdays, beginning Tuesday and ending Oct. 9. Cost is $20 and includes a T-shirt. For more information, email email@example.com
VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY: The Tiffin Heritage Festival Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament is Sept. 15 at Hedges-Boyer Park, beginning at 10 a.m. Each four-player team must have at least one female player. Cost is $60 per team. For more information or to register, contact Rodney Ziegler at (419) 563-8266 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SENIOR CITIZEN NIGHT: Upper Sandusky will hold a Senior Citizen Night on Sept. 27 for its home junior varsity and varsity volleyball matches with Ridgedale. Senior citizens will be admitted free to both matches and receiver a coupon for free water and popcorn. The junior varsity match begins at 5:30 p.m., followed by the varsity.
BASKETBALL: The Best Best Basketball Fall League runs Sept. 9-Oct. 7. The league features fourth grade through high school divisions with all games 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.
JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Fremont St. Joe’s seventh grade beat New Riegel 25-22, 24-26, 25-19 Monday. For New Riegel, Olivia Schalk had six aces, five kills and three digs, while Alayna Schalk added four assists, four aces and two digs and Katie Dryfuse ended with three kills and three aces.
n Fremont St. Joe’s eighth grade downed New Riegel 25-23, 26-24. Ella Wank tallied five kills and five digs for the Blue Jackets, while Jordan Dillon had six digs and four kills and Katelyn Arbogast finished with three digs and a pair of assists.
n Tiffin’s seventh grade lost to Norwalk in two sets as Brooke Johnston had a kill. The eighth grade topped Norwalk in three sets. Emma Simonds had three aces and a kills, while Gracie Chester added five aces three kills, Ryder Smith had 10 aces, Lexi Smith had a block and three kills and Cecelia Hoover finished with a pair of kills.
n Buckeye Central’s eighth grade defeated Seneca East 25-21, 16-25, 25-20. For SE, Hillary Bogner had 10 aces and six kills, while Jaelyn Barnwell added four aces and three digs.
n Buckeye Central’s seventh grade downed Seneca East 25-21, 25-20. Kristen Webster recorded seven aces and a kill for SE, while Caroline Kagy had five aces and a pair of kills.
n Calvert’s seventh grade dominated Danbury 25-17, 25-3. Jenna Vera served eight aces for the Senecas, while Camryn Shook, Allee Ritzler and Allison Porter all had two. Morgan Elchert smacked three kills and Olivia Miller and Brooklyn Brown each had two.
n Calvert’s eighth grade topped Danbury 25-8, 25-12. For Calvert, Ashlynn Deats served eight aces, while Hannah Miller had three aces and seven kills, Lydia Ardner tallied three aces and eight assists and Bradleigh Meier ended with two aces, three kills and four digs.
JV VOLLEYBALL: Mohawk topped Galion 25-20, 25-19. Marah Gillig had five kills, six assists and eight digs for the Warriors, while Catherine Klopp smashed five kills and Alla Hoover added three aces.
n Carey edged New Riegel 25-23, 22-25, 25-23. For New Riegel, Bria Dailey had six kills and six digs, Sydney Hohman added five kills, Jenna Gabel served four aces and made seven digs and Braelyn Moes ended with five digs. Both Kayleigh Lininger and Maya Bodart had seven assists.
n Hopewell-Loudon beat Gibsonburg 25-16, 25-18 as Brynn Carrel recorded three aces and six assists, Elizabeth Wells had five aces and four kills, Elly Falter collected three aces and three digs and Taylor Sours ended with a pair of aces and a kill.
GIRLS SOCCER: Columbian rolled by Clyde 4-0 in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division action. Taylor Krzyzak registered a hat trick for TC, while Annie Rannigan tacked on another goal. Jessica Damm and Alaina Hays had an assist. Koryn Morlock had the shutout in net.