RAFFLE TICKETS: The Columbian football team is selling raffle tickets to the Ohio State-Michigan game Nov. 24. Tickets are $50 each and winner will be announced at halftime of the TC home game Oct. 26. You need not be present to win. See a Columbian football player or call Lynn Busdeker at (419) 618-1819.
GOLF: The team of Jeff Wise, Jim Heyman, Gary Hohman and Harry Smith shot 3 over to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Rufus Tyree (long putt No. 10), Frank Michniak (closest to pin No. 16) and Wise had the low gross with a 35.
n The Monday Shamble League at Clinton Heights was won by Don Kin, Gary Espejo, Fred Smith, Skip Halcomb and Carl Rainey at 3 under. In second at 2 under was Tom Ardner, Mike Hampp, Dave Purnell, Dave Seislove and Dave Welly. Ardner and Kin tied for the low gross with a 35.
JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Seneca East’s eighth grade beat Wynford 24-26, 25-14, 25-12. Lexy Bloom had nine aces and three kills for the Tigers, while Abby Sturgill added three aces, four assists and a pair of kills and Hillary Bogner ended with five aces and eight kills.
n Seneca East’s seventh grade topped Wynford 25-22, 25-19. For SE, Caroline Kagy slammed nine kills, while Hannah Chaffee ended with five aces and four kills.
n Mohawk’s seventh grade beat Upper Sandusky 27-25, 27-25. Gracie Clouse had 10 serves for the Warriors.
n Mohawk’s eighth grade topped Upper Sandusky 21-25, 25-19, 25-16 as Molly Zender tallied 15 serves for Mohawk.
JV VOLLEYBALL: Calvert beat Columbian 25-14, 23-25, 25-14. For the Senecas, Maddie Schumacher tallied nine kills and 11 digs, while Kate Laney added nine kills, Leah Renninger collected four aces and seven kills, Erin Wagner compiled two aces, 34 assists and nine digs, AJ Hemminger made 18 digs and Mara Mangiola served a pair of aces.
FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Calvert topped Columbian 25-17, 25-15. Frances Webb and Kate Laney both smacked four kills for the Senecas, while Kelsey Shiley, Laney and Samantha Wellman all served three aces. Shiley also had 11 assists and six digs and Laney made five digs. Mara Mangiola made nine digs.
BOYS SOCCER: Lima Bath edged Upper Sandusky 2-1 on a Noah King goal with 14 seconds remaining to win a Division II district opening round match Monday. The Rams scored first on an own-goal, but then Lima Bath’s Miguel Reyes tied the contest in the first half with a goal. Anson Hill made nine saves in net for the Rams (7-8-2).
GIRLS SOCCER: Kenton’s Hannah Holland scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to lift it past Upper Sandusky 3-2 in a Division II district opening round match. Madison Thompson and Alivia Oney scored goals for the Rams, while Lexi Wetherill and Sidney Plott scored earlier in the match for the Wildcats. Cortni Brown made 18 saves for the Rams (7-9-1).
Cavaliers agree with F Nance
on 4-year, $44.8 million deal
CLEVELAND (AP) — Forward Larry Nance Jr. and the Cavaliers have agreed to a $44.8 million, four-year contract extension.
The sides had until 6 p.m. Monday to work out terms for the deal or Nance would have become an unrestricted free agent in 2019.
The 25-year-old Nance joined the Cavs midway through last season after he was acquired in a trade — along with guard Jordan Clarkson — from the Los Angeles Lakers. He helped Cleveland reach its fourth straight NBA Finals and the Cavs view him as one of their core players as they rebuild without superstar LeBron James.
Nance averaged 8.9 points and 7.0 rebounds in 24 games last season. He’s expected to share starting duties this season with Tristan Thompson as coach Tyronn Lue plans to match up with the other team’s big men.
Nance is following in the footsteps of his father, Larry Sr., who was an All-Star with the Cavs from 1987-94.
Browns’ Streater out for
season with neck fracture
BEREA (AP) — Browns wide receiver Rod Streater suffered a neck fracture while covering a punt on Sunday and is done for the season.
Streater got hurt in the first quarter of a 38-14 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Streater’s loss is the latest blow to Cleveland’s injury-depleted receiving unit. He was expected to get more playing time while Rashard Higgins (knee) and Derrick Willies (collarbone) recover from their injuries.
The Browns said Streater is “doing well” and team doctors expect him to make a full recovery. Streater does not need surgery at this time.
Willies had an operation on Monday to fix his collarbone after he broke it in practice on Friday. The team remains hopeful Willies will return at some point in 2018.
The injury situation could force the Browns to sign another wide receiver or make a trade. The team signed free agent Breshad Perriman on Saturday, but he did not have enough time to learn the offense and was inactive Sunday.