Briefs 8-6


GOLF: In the Baumann Women’s Monday Night Scramble League at Clinton Heights, Erica Gordon and Pam Moyer lead with 62 points, while Nita Doran and Barb Kuhn have 55. Doran and Kuhn were closest to the pin on No. 11, while Donna Thacker and Stephanie Miller had the longest drive on No. 10 and were closest in two on No. 18.

n Wes Smith and Wes Smith Jr. lead the final third of the Reineke Monday Morning Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights with 15 1/2 points. Prizes went to Carl Rainey (long putt No. 4), Ted Rombach (closest in three No. 9) and Jon Eakin (closest in one No. 4).

n Ray Nutter leads the second half of the DTS Par Tee League by a 64-63 margin over Jason Galitza. Tim Cessna fired a 38 for the low round. Adam Brown earned the lone skin with a birdie at No. 5. Prizes went to Cessna (long drive No. 4), Jack Rose (long putt No. 9), Brown (pin shot No. 5) and Galitza (proximity shot No. 2).

n Carla Siebenaller ended closest in three at No. 5 and Becky Mouradion made the longest putt holed at No. 9 in the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League.

n John Englehart, John Schalk, Jack Houck and Bobby Pollit won the Bump’s Traveling League scramble Tuesday. Pollit and Dick Best carded the low gross with 65. The group will travel to Fostoria Country Club next week beginning at 10 a.m.

n Cary Herzog and Greg Tiell won the second third of the K of C League. Prizes went to Brad Hess (long putt No. 12), Tony Arend (closest to pin No. 14) and Greg Tiell (closest to pin No. 16).

n The Tiffin-Seneca United Way is to host its second annual golf outing Sept. 13 at Clinton Heights. Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Cost is $200 per team and includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, lunch, two drink tickets per person, door prizes, skins, mulligans and a 50/50 drawing. Meyer and Kerschner is the event sponsor with Beerco, Clouse Construction, Mercy Tiffin Hospital, National Machinery and Quick Tab II as major sponsors. Anyone interested in becoming a major sponsor, team sponsor or hole sponsor should contact Pat DeMonte at (419) 448-0355 or e-mail

BASKETBALL: The sixth grade NWCO Steam team went 51-15 this summer, winning five titles and finishing second in 13 of the the tournaments in which it played. The team also ended third in the Midwest National in July. Team members were Alijah Arnold, Mitch Myers, Jordyn Jury and Reid Jury of Marion, Brian Collier and Braxton Reed of Pleasant, Cayman Spires and Ty Landon of Cardington, Evan Young of Upper Sandusky, Brandon Levering of River Valley, Mitch Nielsen of Calvert, Jacob Siesel of Seneca East, Harley Day of North Union, and Darren Drake of Delaware. Mike Myers, Adam Levering and Roger Jury coached the team.

n The fourth grade/fifth grade NWCO Steam team claimed three titles, two seconds and two thirds in seven tournaments this summer, and also participated in the Midwest Nationals. Team members were Amare Pedraza, Ried Jury and Colten Weaver-Lampkin of Marion, Brayden Boyd and Luke Strine of River Valley, Jake Riedel, Nick Riedel, Will Heiser and Grant Welsch of Jonathan Alder, Cedric Kemery and Mason Studer of Colonel Crawford, and Caleb Simonis of Hopewell-Loudon. John Riedel, Mike Myers, Adam Levering and Roger Jury coached the team.

n The NWCO Steam is expanding to include grades 3-4 and 8-9 for boys and girls in 2015. For more information, contact Roger Jury at (740) 244-9236 or steambasketball(at)

SOFTBALL TRYOUTS: The Lake Erie Waves softball team is to host tryouts for the 2015 season Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. at Lions Park in Castalia. Participants should arrive 30 minutes early to register. For more information, contact Bill Yost at (419) 515-9296 or Mike Williamson at (419) 603-7687.

YOUTH FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT: Fifth and sixth grade tackle football teams are invited to play in the Sandusky County YMCA’s first preseason tournament Aug. 22-24 at Don Paul Stadium in Fremont. There is to be separate divisions for fifth- and sixth-grade teams. All teams are guaranteed a minimum of two games and registration is limited to the first eight teams. Cost is $100. For more information, contact Nate Meuschke at (419) 332-9622 or email

CALVERT FALL SPORTS MEETING: The OHSAA parent/student meeting is to take place 7-8 p.m. Aug. 11 and Aug. 13 at St. Joe’s Activity Center. Allstudents entering grades 7-12 are required to attend one of the two sessions. Only one parent/guardian is also required to attend. For more information, visit, or email Drew Felton at

COLUMBIAN: The mandatory fall OHSAA meeting for all Tiffin Middle School and Columbian High School athletes and their parents is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday in the high school auditorium.

n Columbian has set its alumni soccer game at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. Any alumni who played for Columbian is invited to play against this year’s team. Alumni are asked to wear a blue shirt.

YOUTH FOOTBALL: The Tiffin BullDawgs are registering third- through seventh-grade players. All children planning on joining this year’s team are asked to be present 6 p.m. today at the Calvert Fieldhouse. For more information, contact Joseph Goodman at (419) 934-0002 or

RUNNING: Heidelberg University’s inaugural Mustache Mania 5K Run/Walk and Mile Fun Run Race is Saturday. Registration runs 7:30-8:30 a.m. at Seiberling Gymnasium, with races at 9 a.m. Cost is $20 for the 5K and $7 for the Fun Run, which is for runners age 14 and under. For more information, call (419) 448-2100.

BASKETBALL CAMP: Tiffin University men’s basketball team is to hold a camp for first- through eighth-grade boys and girls 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 13-14. Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Heminger Center. Cost is $60 per camper ($40 for second camper in same family). Registration forms are on Tiffin’s website at, or e-mail to reserve a spot.