Briefs 12-12

COLUMBIAN BASKETBALL: The boys basketball games scheduled for Saturday at Kenton have been postponed and rescheduled for Feb. 4.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Heidelberg University’s next four home basketball games are free and open to the public. The first two games are on Saturday, a doubleheader with Marietta. The women start at 1 p.m. and the men start at 3 p.m. On Dec. 16, the women’s team faces Westminster College, with a 6 p.m. tip off. On Jan. 4, the men’s team starts 2014 with a 3 p.m. game against Wilmington. All games will take place in Seiberling Gymnasium. For more information, visit

n The Tiffin University Womens Basketball team will be hosting a lock-in at Tiffin University’s Gillmor Student Center Gymnasium on Friday, December 20 from 6-10 p.m. (no earlier, no later). The lock-in is for boys and girls in grades K-6. All children must be signed in by an adult and the cost per child is $5. Women’s basketball players and coaches will be monitoring all activities including face painting, football, basketball, coloring, and much more. Children are expected to wear tennis shoes. Concessions will be available. Any questions can be directed to Jess Harris at (419) 448-3503 or Holly Focke at (419) 448-3418

FUNDRAISERS: Fostoria High’s boys basketball team is selling Great Scot shopping spree tickets (90 seconds in Great Scot). Drawing occurs during the Dec. 17 home game with Elmwood. For more information, contact assistant coach Gabe Sierra at gsierra(at) or (419) 937-7973.

n Fostoria High’s boys basketball team will hold a Dinner & Hoops event Dec. 28. A dinner of Dell’s barbecue ribs or chicken, baked potato, slaw and a drink begins at 5 p.m. in the FHS cafeteria. Dinner tickets are $9 and are available at Dell’s, or by contacting Gabe Sierra at or (419) 937-7973. Carry-outs are available. Fostoria hosts Upper Sandusky that night, with the junior varsity starting at 6 p.m.

BOWLING: The Allen Eiry Center League had Bob Reinhart taking both the Men’s High Game with a 203 and High Series with 355. Polly Feasel had the Ladies’ High Game with a 156. Jane Hemminger took the Ladies’ High Series with a 291.