COACH SOUGHT: Hopewell-Loudon seeks a varsity head softball coach. Send a letter of interest and resume to Athletic Director Brian Colatruglio at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: Calvert beat Elmwood 44-29. Bob Price led the Senecas with 12 points, while Max Paul added 10, Nolan Beeker had eight and Braeden Elchert ended with seven. Bryce Reynolds led the Royals with 15 points.
CYO BASKETBALL: All Saints, New Riegel defeated Lima St. Charles 39-37 in overtime to get to 2-1 this season. Ethan Grieser led All Saints with 18 points, while Max Harris tacked on nine and Casey Schetter finished with five.
WRESTLING: Columbian went 5-5 at the Archbold Fricker’s duals this weekend. It was 3-2 Friday and 2-3 Saturday. The Tornadoes beat Parma Padua Franciscan, Tinora, Defiance, Mechanicsburg and Toledo St. John’s Jesuit, while they lost to Massillon Tuslaw, Oregon Clay, Perrysburg, Richmond, Mi. and Miami Trace. Winning records were posted by Bret Minnick (120 pounds, 9-1), Andrew Branson (132, 9-1), Luc Busdeker (138, 3-0), Caden Blust (138, 8-2), Brody Conley (145, 10-0), Kaeden Hatlay (170, 8-2), Joey Simcoe (182, 5-2) and Michael Eisenhower (195/220, 7-3).
SWIMMING: Upper Sandusky’s boys and girls won the St. Joe Catholic Invite Saturday. The boys beat Huron 293-269, while the girls topped Norwalk 328-266. Columbian’s girls were 12th, the boys placed third and Fostoria’s girls were 14th and the boys finished 13th. The top finish for the Columbian girls came in the 200 free relay as it was sixth in 2:03.71. The team consisted of Sierra Steinmetz, Olivia Agerter, Kailey Windosr and Lillyann Jones. Top finishes for the boys were the 200 medley relay (third, 1:51.16) with the team of Cole Eisenhower, Sergi Mont, Josh Fanning and Clay Moore, Mont in the 200 IM (second, 2:09.43) and 500 free (first, 5:13.54), Eisenhower in the 50 free (first, 23.91) and the 100 free (first, 53.76) and the 200 free relay (first, 1:37.54). The team was Eisenhower, Moore, Fanning and Mont.
n At the Northwest Ohio Classic diving competition, Moore was fifth (new school record, 321.90) and Trevor McCarthy was seventh (275.65).