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FOOTBALL: Columbian will hold a camp July 22-24 for students entering fourth through eighth grade. Sessions run 9-11:30 a.m. Cost is $30. For more information, go to the Tiffin City Schools website or Facebook page. Send registrations to coach Brian Colatruglio at the school. Those sending in registrations after July 1 will not receive a T-shirt. For more information, call (419) 937-6457.

n Registrations are now being accepted for the Tiffin Football Officials 2014 officiating class. The class is open to anyone 14 years and older. The cost of the class is $90. Upon completion of the class, the official will be eligible to officiate junior high through junior varsity level contests. The first class is July 14 and you must be registered by the first class. Registration can be completed at

WRESTLING: Ohio State wrestling coach Tom Ryan is holding a clinic Saturday at the St. Joseph Activity Center from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. All students grades k-12 are eligible and cost is $45 per student with checks made Payable to Premier Technique wrestling. Registration is the day of the clinic. Children under 18 just need a parent’s signature. For more information, contact Travis Salyer at (567) 224-3102.

BASEBALL: Tiffin University’s baseball team will host a Summer Baseball Camp for ages 7-13 from 9 a.m.-noon Monday-July 3 at TU’s Heminger Field, located within the Paradiso Athletic Complex. Registration begins at 8 a.m. June 30. Campers can choose to participate in the entire camp or select individual days. Participants will receive an official camp t-shirt and lunch. Cost of the camp is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for four days. To register visit

VOLLEYBALL: The Black Swamp Volleyball Club will be having Skills Training during the month of July. Grades six and under will be held Mondays and Fridays from 6 p.m.- 8 p.m. and will cost $10 per session. Junior High and up will be held Tuesdays through Thursdays from 6- 8 p.m. and will cost $10 per session. All age groups will be held on Saturdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and will cost $20 per session. Athletes may register online at For more information email

GOLF: After Five weeks in the Old Fort Ex-Hi League, Greg Molyet leads with 117 points. Prizes went to Joe Lynch (closest in two on No. 3), Terry Fowler (closest to pin on No. 4) and Dick Hull. (long putt on No. 9).

n In the Bauman Old Fort League, Tim McColl and Jeff Scherger lead after five weeks with 64 1/2 points. Prizes went to Denny Dean (long putt on No. 2), Ryan Dubois (closest to pin on No.7) and Steve Rau (closest in two on No. 9).

n In the Reineke Monday Morning League at Clinton Heights, Jon Eakin and Gark Koger lead within 13 points in the second third. Prize holes were awarded to Tom Toepper (closest to pin on No. 5), Mike Hampp (closest in two on No. 3), Jon Eakin (closest in three on No. 9) and Lou Griselding (long putt).

n Tim Cessna still controls first place with 128 points in the D.T.S Par Tee League. Prizes went to Tony Consolo (long putt on No. 6), Ray Nutter (closest to pin on No. 8), Nick Consolo (best poker hand) and Anthony Beebe (closest to pin on No. 5, long drive on No. 1).

n Jeff Wise, Tom Ruikkie, George Sauber and Bob Haefling were plus-1 to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Sauber (low gross of 36), Frank Michniak (closest to pin on No. 6) and Ed Lutz (long putt on No. 7).

n Clouse Construction will sponsor the FACT 4-Person Scramble July 13 at Loudon Meadows Golf Course in Fostoria. Shotgun start is at 9:15 a.m with an 8 a.m. registration and is limited to the first 25 teams. There are three divisions that include men, women and co-ed. Cost is $45 per person or $180 per team and includes 18-holes with a cart, lunch, door prizes and hole prizes. Hole-in-one prizes include the chance at a set of Ping irons, an Apple iPad, $500 and $10,000 sponsored by Tiffin Loader Crane. All proceeds will benefit the Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment of Seneca County. Checks can be made payable to F.A.C.T Seneca County. For more information, contact Deborah Reinhart at (419) 435-8712.