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GOLF: The Tiffin YMCA and Seneca Hills Golf Course are hosting a guardian/child scramble league starting June 25. The league will be on Tuesdays and costs $15 per session for the guardian. Children ages 6-17 golf free. For more information, contact Eric Slosser at (419) 447-8711.

n In the Clark Construction Ladies League at Clinton Heights, Shelly Riedel leads with 33 1/2 points. Riedel had low gross (38), Barb Clark was closest to pin on No. 11 and Jane Birch was closest in two on No. 12.

n Tiffin YMCA is sponsoring a Friday Night Couples “Nine and Dine” at Seneca Hills June 14 at 4 p.m. Cost is $50 and includes 18 holes of golf and dinner afterwards. For more information contact Eric Slosser at (419) 447-8711.

n At the Clover Club League on Wednesdays at Clinton Heights Golf Course, Joe Blust leads with 8 1/2 points. Low gross and low net went to Chris DeAmicis. Prize holes were awarded to Clark Hutson (long putt on No. 10), Dave Gase (closest in two on No. 16) and Josh Predieri (long drive on No. 18).

BASEBALL: The Heidelberg baseball camp is June 10-12 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Boys and girls grades K through 8 are invited to attend. The cost is $75 which includes lunch daily and a t-shirt. For more information, contact Matt Palm at (419) 618-7777.

SOFTBALL: The Crazy “8” Co-Ed tournament at Baines Park in Norwalk is June 22. The entry fee is $88, plus $20 per team, per game umpire fee. All teams are guaranteed three games and the winning time will receive free T-shirts. Trophies go to the top two finishers. For more information or to enter, call (419) 663-6775 Ext. 22.

n The Father’s Day Classic is June 15-16 at Baines Park in Norwalk. All ASA Men’s Class E teams are eligible and the entry fee is $175. Trophies go to top three finishers and the winning team will receive a state E Bid for July 27 and 28. For more information, call (419) 663-6775 Ext. 22.

BASKETBALL: The third Maple City Hoops Classic is June 15 and 16 at the Ernsthausen Community Center in Norwalk. It will be a 5-on-5 men’s indoor tournament with an entry fee of $175. Checks are made payable to the City of Norwalk. For more information, call (419) 663-6775 Ext. 22 or (419) 504-8523.

n The Tiffin University women’s basketball team will hold a Kidz Camp June 12-14, running from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., and 9 a.m.-noon the final day. The camp offers one-on-one instruction on the fundamentals. For more information, call Kylene Spiegel at (419) 448-3308.

n Columbian’s girls basketball camp is June 10-13 in the high school gym. Walk-ups are welcome. Cost is $35 per camper or two sisters for $60. Campers receive a T-shirt, water bottle and chances to win prizes.

BASEBALL: Fostoria’s Foundation Park will host several youth baseball and softball tournaments in the coming weeks. The Greater Fostoria Foundation Baseball Classic is June 21-23. The Geary Family YMCA Baseball Bash is July 5-7. The Fostoria Mid-Summer Classic youth softball tournament is July 12-14. For registration forms, go to gearyfamilyymca(dot)org. For more information, contact Greg Flores at gflores(at) or (419) 435-6608.

n The Tiffin D League will host the Little League Carnival June 22 from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Activities will include a bounce house, dunk tank, jousting, 50/50 drawings, raffles and a home run derby. Those bringing dry or canned goods will receive free activities tickets; limit five per family. Items accepted include canned food, noodles, toothpaste, toiletries, soap, shampoo and hygiene products.

COACH SOUGHT: Fremont St. Joe seeks a varsity girls basketball coach. For more information or if interested, contact Athletic Director Gary Geller at (419) 332-9947 or ggeller(at)

VOLLEYBALL: The third annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament is June 14-15 at Harrison Smith Park in Upper Sandusky.

On the Diamond


Tiffin E League

The Red Sox won 3-2 over the Reds. Griffin Bunting got the win and Noah Gibson got the save. LJ Reaves led the Sox with a double and a single, William Heineman tripled, Aiden Nitecki and Griffin Bunting doubled. The Reds were led by a Nolan Wuescher double and two singles. Landon Daum and Dakota Whitmer singled.

n Griffin Bunting and Noah Gibson combined to throw a no-hitter to help pace the Red Sox in a 3-0 win over the Indians. Aiden Nitecki tripled and doubled, William Heineman hammered a home run and single, LJ Reaves singled and tripled, Noah Gibson doubled and tripled and Andrew Engle doubled and singled twice for the Red Sox.

n Clinton shut out Old Fort, 11-0. Donovan Soloman tripled and singled twice to lead Clinton while Caleb Obether (two singles), Noah Widman (two singles), Donnie Magill (double and single), Tyson Price (double), John Hedges (triple), Tyler Eisenhower (two singles) contributed.

n The Yankees beat the Diamondbacks, 17-5 in a game called in the eighth inning. The Yankees were led by Brodie Fox, who singled and tripled, Ashton Moore, who tripled, and Brendon Bott, who had two triples and a double. Also for the Yankees, Luke Graham singled and doubled, Cole Jordan doubled, Takaia Goodman had two singles and a double, Durrell Pate singled, Josh Yentzer tripled and doubled, Jayden Haubert singled and Xavier Baker singled.

n The Yankees got two homers from Brodie Fox, one of which was a grand slam, and they defeated the Tigers 9-1. Blott also homered and singled for the winners, while Luke Graham tripled and singled.Josh Yentzer also singled. For the Tigers, Cameren Smith hit two doubles and Quinton Smith singled.

n The Yankees topped the Dodgers 14-6 behind a triple and double from Xavier Baker and a two double game from Brendon Bott. Brodie Fix singled, Ashton Moore doubled and Durrell Pate tripled for the Yankees. For the Dodgers, Tyler Keefe hit a pair of doubles, Tandon Lemmon had two singles, Logan Hall doubled and Jimmy Tucker and Caleb Vanover each singled.

Seneca County B League

Geroski Family Dentistry beat Bascom I, 22-8. Roger Hall had a double, single, three runs scored and six RBIs for Geroski. Dom Guillen had three singles, three runs and an RBI, while Malik Cradolph had a double, single three runs and two RBIs. Avondre Reed doubled, singled, scored twice and had an RBI, while Collin Hipsher, the winning pitcher, had two singles, two runs and two RBIs. Also for Geroski, Gavin Montgomery singled and scored three times, Kamren Guillen singled and scored twice, Jason Spradlin doubled, singled, scored and drove in a run, and Dylan Peace and Vinny Volpe each scored. For Bascom I, Evan Palmer hit two doubles, singled and scored twice, while Reece Fitch had a pair of singles and two runs scored. Owen Schumm singled, doubled and scored twice, Marshall Reinhard tripled and scored, Kole Freeman singled, Dominic Gaietto scored a run and Isaac Gaietto singled and drove in a pair of runs.