BOYS TENNIS: Calvert’s home match, scheduled for Thursday, against Bucyrus has been canceled at the request of Bucyrus.
JV TENNIS: Fremont St. Joe’s Jacob McQuistion beat Calvert’s Phillip Boes 8-5.
n Columbian’s doubles teams of Eline Widman and Adam Young, and Zach Gaietto and Tyler Wise both earned wins against Willard.
JV SOFTBALL: Columbian downed Shelby, 5-1. Kendalyn Sarka and Abby Steward both tripled and singled while Morgan Schalk struck out eight for the win.
JV BASEBALL: Hopewell-Loudon defeated Fremont Ross, 5-3. Jackson Sebetto picked up the win in five innings, with four strikeouts. Austin Tooker smacked two singles and a double while Bryce Steinhauser lined two singles.
n Columbian prevailed over Lake, 8-2. Tyler Hossler picked up the win. Dan Chevalier doubled while Tyler Gillig, John VanCamp, Kyler Cook and Cody Daniel all singled.
GOLF: The Seneca Hills Tuesday a.m. Ladies Golf League will begin pay-to-play golf May 7 at 8:30 a.m. League play will begin May 14. Golfers are asked to be at the course by 8 a.m. for signup. For more information contact any league officer, Lou Ann Newlove at (419) 983-3295, Carol Shook (419) 447-7638, Linda Lawrence (419) 448-9848 or Debbie Gerschutz (419) 448-9588. New members looking to join an enjoyable and informal golf league are welcome.
n The inaugural Children’s Miracle Network golf outing sponsored by Tiffin Walmart is June 7. Entry fee is $240 per team and includes 18 holes and a cart, steak dinner, two drink tickets, a putting contest, proximity prizes and raffle items, prizes for the top three teams and a goody basket. For more information, call Wendy Shellhouse at (419) 448-4402. The deadline to enter is May 31.
n The Seneca East boys cross country team will hold a golf scramble at 8 a.m. May 4 at Clinton Heights Golf Course. Cost is $50 per person for four-man teams. For more information, call Lee Pipher at (419) 618-0536.
n The Men’s Catholic League meets April 17 at Seneca Hills at 5 p.m. to update rosters and phone numbers. For more information, call Nate Hartman at (419) 618-7705.
n Dave Hershey, Bob Hammer, Sam King and Dick Hiser shot four over par to win the Monday’s Retiree’s League at Seneca Hills. Ray Krupp had long putt on No. 9 while Hershey was closest to pin on No. 2. and had low gross (38).
COACHES SOUGHT: Mohawk seeks boys basketball, girls basketball and winter cheerleading coaches. Send applications by April 24 to Athletic Director Erik Baker, Mohawk High School, 605 State Route 231, Sycamore, Ohio 44882 or to Erik(dot)Baker@Mohawklocal.org.
n Upper Sandusky seeks an assistant boys basketball coach and a freshman boys basketball coach. Contact Athletic Director Brad Ehrman at (419) 294-1788 or email@example.com.
YOUTH BASEBALL: The Babe Ruth League seeks coaches for junior and senior division. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or Doug Wise at (567) 230-0512.
SPRING FLING: The Calvert Athletic Boosters Spring Fling is April 20 at the Knights of Columbus. Doors open at 4 p.m., with dinner at 6 p.m., Texas Hold ‘Em at 6:30 p.m. and a reverse raffle at 7 p.m. Admission is free, but you must be 21 to enter. Reverse raffle tickets are $70 each. Grand prize is $2,000. Only 200 tickets will be sold.
HALL OF FAME: The Wyandot Sports Hall of Fame will honor its third class of inductees April 20 at 6 p.m. in the Masters Building on the Wyandot County Fairgrounds. Being inducted this year are Art Huston (Carey), George Amlin (Mohawk), Heather Speyer (Riverdale), Andra Bell (Upper Sandusky), Rick Young (Upper Sandusky), Rob Sheldon (Wynford) and the 1975 Carey football team. Also being recognized is the All-Ohio athletes from the county for the last three sports seasons. Tickets are $20 can be purchased by contacting John Knickel at 419-722-0559. For more information, check out www(dot)wyandotsportshof.org.
JUNIOR HIGH TRACK: Hopewell-Loudon won the boys and girls meet against Old Fort and New Riegel. Megan Dodge won the long jump (8-9) and was a part of the winning 4 x 200 (2:10). On the boys side, Dominic Hedrick was a double winner in the 100 (12.8) and 200 (26.9).
n Calvert will compete tonight at Lakota, starting at 4:30 p.m.