Briefs

VARSITY BASEBALL: Upper Sandusky run-ruled Bucyrus 15-0 Tuesday to clinch a share of the Northern 10 Athletic Conference. It is the Rams first league title in 25 years. Diago Cazres, Cole Sowers, Parker Frombaugh (2 doubles), Brenyn Marquart (double), Jason Holly and Jaxon Passet (double) all had a pair of hits for the Rams (16-4, 12-2 N10). Marquart was the winning pitcher in four innings of work, allowing a hit with six punchouts and two walks.

JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL: Tiffin Middle School Big Sticks beat Ashland 13-3 Monday. Tiffin collected 11 hits, led by Dylan Reinhart, Wyatt Mentzer and Braden Roggow, who each singled twice. Gavin McLane and Cole Routzahn each lined doubles, while Blaise Wagner, Mason Garcia and Jake Gelinas all singled. Reinhart earned the pitching win, fanning a pair and allowing three hits. Jayce Dinan struck out three in two innings of relief.

JV BASEBALL: Hopewell-Loudon topped Van Buren 25-7. Luke Jameson was the winning pitcher, while he also tallied three hits and three RBIs at the plate. Adam Daniel had two hits and a pair of RBIs and Reece Berrier knocked in two runs.

n Columbian defeated Lexington 7-1. Seth Balville was 3 for 3 with an RBI for TC, while Bryan Edler was 2 for 4 with a double, Carson Steinmetz added a single and an RBI and Ethan Short and Drew Vasko each had a hit. Aidan Nitecki got the complete-game win, striking out nine.

JV SOFTBALL: Hopewell-Loudon beat Mohawk 12-9. Reggen Baker led H-L with two singles and a triple, while Bryanne Counts added two doubles and a single and Hannah Fought lined three singles. Gracie Parkins was the winning pitcher as she fanned nine.

BASEBALL: Uitto Baseball seeks players for its team, which plays in the Tiffin Men’s League. For more information, email Dave Uitto at uittod@tiffin.edu.

n The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League still has openings in the 13-16 year old Junior Division for players that did not make the primary draft. Players must not turn 17 before May 1. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or Scott McDole at (419) 618-1972 after 6 p.m.

YOUTH BASKETBALL: The fifth annual Hopewell-Loudon basketball camp is May 29-31 at the high school in both gyms. The camps is for boys grades 1-7, running 8:30-11:30 a.m. Cost is $30 for grades 1-7. Registration forms are available at school, via coaches or on the school basketball website. Return the registration and payment by Monday if possible to guarantee camp orders (T-shirt/etc.) are on time. Late registrations will be accepted on site, but camp gifts may be late or unavailable. Coach Roger Jury and members of the Chieftain basketball staff will conduct the camp. Present players and alumni may be available to assist. Athletes in upper grades will spend a portion of the camp practicing team concepts and fundamentals for summer league, possible shoot-outs, team camps, etc.

n The Next Level Basketball 419 Skills Camp is July 9-11 at 9-11 a.m. The camp is for boys and girls in grades 4-12 and occurs at Buckeye Central High School. Special guest speakers will be Aaron Craft and Dallas Lauderdale. Visit https://www.nextlevelbasketball419.com/ for more information.

GOLF: Prize winners for the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League went to Carla Siebenaller (closest to green in three No. 5), Angie Bour (longest drive, red tee No. 9), Lou Ann Newlove (longest drive, black tee No. 9), Marge Kirian (most putts).

n The team of Karl Orians, PJ Hufford, Paul Porter and Dan Polter scored 10 under to beat out the teams of Steve Lauer, Steve Bernard, Paul Donaldson, Greg Elchert and Ken Gooding, George Wolph, Peter Meisner and Charlie Reinbolt by two strokes to win Tuesday’s Bump’s Group senior scramble at Green Hills. Next week’s outing will be at Sleepy Hollow near Clyde, beginning at 10 a.m. Players should arrive by 9:45 a.m. to register.