Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park is to host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASEBALL: The 11th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Tournament is scheduled for July 25-26 in Tiffin for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams. The round-robin tournament will have a three-game guarantee. Proceeds benefit the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which was formed to benefit the Tiffin City Parks and the Heidelberg H Club. Individual trophies will go to teams finishing first through fourth. For registration forms or more information, go to www(dot)tiffinparks.com or contact Brad Lonsway at (419) 443-5440 or btlonsway@aol.com.

PREP GOLF: Columbian is to hold a 6 p.m. meeting Monday in the school library for athletes who want to play golf this fall. For more information, contact coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2603 or tony_vasko@tiffincityschools.org.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is scheduled for June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

n The annual FACT golf outing sponsored by Bridge Home Health and Hospice is scheduled for July 12 rain or shine at Loudon Meadows. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble with prizes awarded to winners in mens, womens, and co-ed divisions. Cost includes 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch and door prizes. The shotgun start is scheduled for 9:15 a.m. There will be four hole-in-one prize holes including a grand prize of $10,000. Entry forms are available at Loudon Meadows or by calling Deborah Rinehart at (419) 435-8712. Completed forms with checks made payable to F.A.C.T. of Seneca County should be returned to Rinehart at 540 Angela Drive, Fostoria, OH 44830. The event is limited to the first 25 paid entries.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: Fort Seneca Park is tohost a co-ed sand volleyball tournament June 6 at 2 p.m. For more information, call Doug Hoerig at (567) 230-0565.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School is to hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is for boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m(at)usevs.org.

WRESTLING FUNDRAISERS: McDonald’s at 1714 W. Market St. in Tiffin will hold a car wash fundraiser 11 a.m.-1 p.m. today, with proceeds benefiting Hopewell-Loudon wrestlers Damion Vitt and Dylan Hammond’s trip to the AAU Scholastic Disney Duals in Florida. Donations can also be sent to Laura Vitt at 1499 S. U.S. 23, Fostoria, Ohio 44830. For more information, call Vitt at (419) 619-1498.

n P.J.’S Brickhouse will hold a fundraiser 5-9 p.m. Tuesday, with proceeds benefiting Hopewell-Loudon wrestlers Damion Vitt and Dylan Hammond’s trip to the AAU Scholastic Disney Duals in Florida. Ten percent of the sales will go to the fundraiser, which will also include raffles and a 50/50 drawing. The restaurant is at 695 State Route 635 in Bascom.

Briefs

GOLF: In the Phat Cakes Par Tee Golf League, Ray Nutter continues to lead with 78 points after four weeks of play. Jason Galitza is in second with 76. Adam Brown fired the low round with a 38. The skin winners were Galitza and Brandon Procaccini. Prize Holes winners were Brown (long drive on No. 4), Mike Gibson (long putt on No. 3), Tony Consolo (long putt on No. 7 and pin shot on No. 5) and Jack Rose (best poker hand).

n In the Clinton Heights Baumann’s Two Man Scramble Late North Division, the leaders are John and Craig Losey with 36 points. Wilmer Clem and Dennis Scherger lead the South with 34. John Losey was closest to the pin on No. 11, Lenny Goshe was closest in two on No. 13 and Josh Akers had the long putt on No. 17. Jamie Fugitt was closest in two on No. 18.

n The Bascom Open is scheduled for June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

n The annual FACT golf outing sponsored by Bridge Home Health and Hospice is scheduled for July 12 rain or shine at Loudon Meadows. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble with prizes awarded to winners in mens, womens, and co-ed divisions. Cost includes 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch and door prizes. The shotgun start is scheduled for 9:15 a.m. There will be four hole-in-one prize holes including a grand prize of $10,000. Entry forms are available at Loudon Meadows or by calling Deborah Rinehart at (419) 435-8712. Completed forms with checks made payable to F.A.C.T. of Seneca County should be returned to Rinehart at 540 Angela Drive, Fostoria, OH 44830. The event is limited to the first 25 paid entries.

n In the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League, Greg Molyet had 84 points and Rex Mellott had 83. Brad Fry was closest to the pin on No. 12, while Tom Hartsel had the long putt on No. 15. Harry Bard was closest in three on No. 16.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: Fort Seneca Park is tohost a co-ed sand volleyball tournament June 6 at 2 p.m. For more information, call Doug Hoerig at (567) 230-0565.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School is to hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is for boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m(at)usevs.org.

WRESTLING FUNDRAISERS: McDonald’s at 1714 W. Market St. in Tiffin will hold a car wash fundraiser 11 a.m.-1 p.m. today, with proceeds benefiting Hopewell-Loudon wrestlers Damion Vitt and Dylan Hammond’s trip to the AAU Scholastic Disney Duals in Florida. Donations can also be sent to Laura Vitt at 1499 S. U.S. 23, Fostoria, Ohio 44830. For more information, call Vitt at (419) 619-1498.

n P.J.’S Brickhouse will hold a fundraiser 5-9 p.m. Tuesday, with proceeds benefiting Hopewell-Loudon wrestlers Damion Vitt and Dylan Hammond’s trip to the AAU Scholastic Disney Duals in Florida. Ten percent of the sales will go to the fundraiser, which will also include raffles and a 50/50 drawing. The restaurant is at 695 State Route 635 in Bascom.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park is to host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASEBALL: The 11th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Tournament is scheduled for July 25-26 in Tiffin for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams. The round-robin tournament will have a three-game guarantee. Proceeds benefit the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which was formed to benefit the Tiffin City Parks and the Heidelberg H Club. Individual trophies will go to teams finishing first through fourth. For registration forms or more information, go to www(dot)tiffinparks.com or contact Brad Lonsway at (419) 443-5440 or btlonsway@aol.com.

PREP GOLF: Columbian is to hold a 6 p.m. meeting Monday in the school library for athletes who want to play golf this fall. For more information, contact coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2603 or tony_vasko@tiffincityschools.org.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park is to host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

PREP GOLF: Columbian is to hold a meeting June 1 at 6 p.m. in the school library for athletes who want to play golf this fall. For more information, contact coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2603 or tony_vasko(at)tiffincityschools.org.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is scheduled for June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

n The annual FACT golf outing sponsored by Bridge Home Health and Hospice is July 12 rain or shine at Loudon Meadows. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble with prizes awarded to winners in mens, womens, and co-ed divisions. Cost includes 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch and door prizes. The shotgun start is scheduled for 9:15 a.m. There will be four hole-in-one prize holes including a grand prize of $10,000. Entry forms are available at Loudon Meadows or by contacting Deborah Rinehart at (419) 435-8712. Completed forms with checks made payable to F.A.C.T. of Seneca County should be returned to Rinehart, 540 Angela Drive, Fostoria, OH 44830. The event is limited to the first 25 paid entries.

n The team of Don Kin, Fred Smith, Greg Bishop and Bob Shultz shot 7-under par to win the Friday Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Gary Hohman (closest to the pin No. 14), Bob Shultz (closest in two No. 16) and Merle Krause (long putt No. 11). Fred Smith and Bill Powell shared the closest in three on No. 17.

n Rick Bridinger and Tim Sacksteder lead the Thursday night K of C League with 26 1/2 points. Andy Hess and Paul Martorana sit a half-point behind. Prizes went to Phil Hoerig (closest in two No. 13), Ken Ritzler (closest to the pin No. 14) and Harold Brickner (long putt No. 17). Tim Hassner and Ken Ritzler won a skin on No. 10 while John Arend and Tony Arend won a skin on No. 15.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: Fort Seneca Park will host a co-ed sand volleyball tournament June 6 at 2 p.m. For more information, call Doug Hoerig at (567) 230-0565.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School will hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is for boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m@usevs.org.

WRESTLING FUNDRAISERS: McDonald’s at 1714 W. Market St. in Tiffin will hold a car wash fundraiser 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday, with proceeds benefiting Hopewell-Loudon wrestlers Damion Vitt and Dylan Hammond’s trip to the AAU Scholastic Disney Duals in Florida. Donations can also be sent to Laura Vitt at 1499 S. U.S. 23, Fostoria, Ohio 44830. For more information, call Vitt at (419) 619-1498.

n P.J.’S Brickhouse will hold a fundraiser 5-9 p.m. Tuesday, with proceeds benefiting Hopewell-Loudon wrestlers Damion Vitt and Dylan Hammond’s trip to the AAU Scholastic Disney Duals in Florida. Ten percent of the sales will go to the fundraiser, which will also include raffles and a 50/50 drawing. The restaurant is at 695 State Route 635 in Bascom.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

PREP GOLF: Columbian will hold a meeting June 1 at 6 p.m. in the school library for athletes who want to play golf this fall. For more information, contact coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2603 or tony_vasko(at)tiffincityschools.org.

GOLF: The Bascom Open occurs June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

* Tammy Seasly and Donna Thacker are tied for the lead with 26 points in the Clark Construction Thursday Ladies League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Barb Charlton (closest to pin No. 5) and Seasly (long putt No. 7).

* Zach Allen and Gary Burns lead the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday League at Clinton Heights with 32 1/2 points. Prizes went to Ron Wise (closest in two No. 1), Steve Reinhart (long putt No. 3), Gary Lescallett (closest to pin No. 5, long drive No. 7) and Allen (closest in three n Paul Hannay, Brian Krauss and Dutch Edeburn tied the team of Paul R. Fey, Bill Dunlap, Bob Barchus and Tim Shaferly at 7 under for the win in the Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Dunlap (long putt No. 7) and Krauss (closest to pin No. 6).

SAND VOLLEYBALL: Fort Seneca Park will host a co-ed sand volleyball tournament June 6 at 2 p.m. For more information, call Doug Hoerig at (567) 230-0565.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School will hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is for boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m(@usevs.org.

WRESTLING FUNDRAISERS: McDonald’s at 1714 W. Market St. in Tiffin will hold a car wash fundraiser 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday, with proceeds benefiting Hopewell-Loudon wrestlers Damion Vitt and Dylan Hammond’s trip to the AAU Scholastic Disney Duals in Florida. Donations can also be sent to Laura Vitt at 1499 S. U.S. 23, Fostoria, Ohio 44830. For more information, call Vitt at (419) 619-1498.

* P.J.’S Brickhouse will hold a fundraiser 5-9 p.m. Tuesday, with proceeds benefiting Hopewell-Loudon wrestlers Damion Vitt and Dylan Hammond’s trip to the AAU Scholastic Disney Duals in Florida. Ten percent of the sales will go to the fundraiser, which will also include raffles and a 50/50 drawing. The restaurant is at 695 State Route 635 in Bascom.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

PREP GOLF: Columbian will hold a meeting June 1 at 6 p.m. in the school library for athletes who want to play golf this fall. For more information, contact coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2603 or tony_vasko@tiffincityschools.org.

GOLF: The Bascom Open occurs June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

n The New Riegel Open Scramble at Seneca Hills occurs July 11. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m., with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Cost for the four-person scramble is $50 per person, and includes golf, cart, range balls and lunch. Pre-registration is preferred. For more information, contact Scott Hall at hallsw(at)bright.net or (419) 937-2053.

n After three weeks the Amvets League at Seneca Hills, the team of Brian Krauss and Jim Miccichi are in first. Prize hole winners were Tim Miller (closest in two on No. 1), Brian Krauss (closest in one on No. 6) and Bob Grothaus (long putt on No. 8).

n In the Wednesday Senior Golf League at Clinton Heights Golf Course. The winning team of Ted Rombach, Jim Weinandy, Greg Bishop and Tom Frederick shot six under par. Bishop was closest to the pin in one on No. 8, while Creig Neiffer was closest to the pin in two on No. 3. Rombach was closest to the pin in three on No. 9, while Gary Hohman had the long putt on No. 1.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School will hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is for boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by emailing keith_m@usevs.org.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

PREP GOLF: Columbian will hold a meeting June 1 at 6 p.m. in the school library for athletes who want to play golf this fall. For more information, contact coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2603 or tony_vasko@tiffincityschools.org.

GOLF: The Bascom Open occurs June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

n Pete Mellott and Ron Krupp lead the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League with 31 points. Prizes went to Krupp (long putt No. 1, closest to pin No. 4) and Ed Correll (closest in two No. 8).

n Becky Mouradian hit the long drive off the red tees at No. 8 and tied Debbie Gerschutz for the best poker hand on the first five holes at the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League. Other prizes went to Paula Wise (closest to pin in one No. 2) and Carol Shook (long drive No. 8 black tees).

n John Crumrine and Joe Peer lead the Allen Eiry Center League with 41 points. The league plays each Thursday at Seneca Hills. All those 50 and over are welcome.

n The New Riegel Open Scramble at Seneca Hills occurs July 11. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m., with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Cost for the four-person scramble is $50 per person, and includes golf, cart, range balls and lunch. Pre-registration is preferred. For more information, contact Scott Hall at hallsw@bright.net or (419) 937-2053.

n Ken Gooding, Steve Meier, Brad Hess and Darl Elchert shot 8 under to win the Bump’s Tuesday Traveling group outing at Birch Run. The group plays at Wousickett Golf Club near Sandusky next week, starting at 10 a.m.

n Lou Brickner and Mike Theis fire a 30 for the low net and the low gross in the Steyer Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights. Brickner and Theis lead Russ Eborg and Scott Swartz 32-29 in the first-third standings. Prizes went to Phil Huss (closest in two No. 3), Drew Desjardins (closest to the pin No. 5) and Dave Kirby (long putt No. 8, closest in three No. 9).

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School will hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is for boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m@usevs.org.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is scheduled for June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

* Bob Gooding, Lloyd Straub and Tom Topper shot 6-under to win the Friday Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Jim Carter (closest to pin in one No. 11), Dave Fraley (closest to pin in two No. 13), Gooding (closest to pin in three No. 17) and John Powell (long putt No. 10).

* Ray Nutter leads Mike Hitchcock 63-55 in the Phat Cakes Par Tee League. Andy Beebe and Jason Galitza each fired the low round with a 39. Mike Gibson earned the skin. Prizes went to Galitza (proximity shot No. 12), Ron Schramm (long putt No. 18), Steve Bernard (pin shot No. 11), Tim Cessna (long drive No. 16) and Nutter (long putt No. 12, low putts 13).

* Fred Smith and John Englehart lead the first third of the Wednesday Night Catholic League with 128 points. Matt Kleinhenz and Adam Smith each shot a 37 to tie for the low gross, and Mark Dircksen fired a 31 for the low net.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School will hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is for boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m@usevs.org.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

GOLF: The Bascom Open occurs June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

* Jim Dillard and Jr. Coffman lead Pete Wilhelm and Dave Pence 17-15 in the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi Two-Man Scramble League.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School will hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is for boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m(at)usevs.org.

CALVERT BOOSTERS: The Calvert Athletic Boosters Treasure Hunt is Aug. 7.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park is to host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is scheduled for June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School will hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is open to boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m(at)usevs.org.

CALVERT BOOSTERS: The Calvert Athletic Boosters Treasure Hunt is Aug. 7.

Briefs

CORRECTION: Thursday’s story on Seneca East beating Mohawk in the district semifinal incorrectly stated Carson Pipher scored the winning run. Kesey Johnson scored the winning run.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park is to host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

GOLF: Eric Williams and Chris Aichholz share the lead in the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday Night League at Clinton Heights with Zach Allen and Gary Burns with 26 points. Prizes went to Mike Kirian (closest to pin No. 11), Williams (closest in two No. 13), Allen (long putt No. 15), Gary Dickerson (closest in three No. 17) and John Bing (long drive No. 18).

* Dave Sendelbach leads Josh Predieri 35-31 in the Napoli Pizza League at Clinton Heights. Tony Latona is in third (30 1/2). Louie Brickner shot a 40 for the low gross and Sendelbach had a 31 for the low net. Prizes went to Denny Reamer (closest in two No. 16), Mike Hitchcock (long putt No. 13), Steve Zirger (closest to pin No. 14), Brickner (long drive No. 16) and Latona (long putt No. 17).

* Jane Birch holds a 22-20 lead over Tammy Seasly in the Clark Construction Ladies League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Kathy McCool (closest to pin No. 11, long putt No. 18) and Birch (closest in two No. 16).

* Jeremy Schumm and Dennis Walter each shot a 39 to share the low gross and Tony Birch fired a 30 for the low net in the P.J. Brickhouse League at Loudon Meadows. Prizes went to Mike Arbogast (long putt No. 11), Schumm (closest to pin No. 18) and Adam Miller (most penalties).

* Dick Rochester, Tim Schaferly, Ray Krupp and Joe Weaver shot 4-under to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Gene Sherer (long putt No. 11) and Bob Barchus (closest to pin No. 18).

* Three teams tied at 7-under to share the win in Wednesday’s Senior League at Clinton Heights. The teams are Don Kin, Jim Weinandy, Dave Combs and Greg Bishop; Carl Rainey, Lou Greiselding, Mike Hampp and Bill Dunlap; and Chuck Wilbert, John Powell, Dick Hull and Gary Kroeger. Prizes went to Jim Sherwood (closest in on No. 5), Ron Troxel (closest in two No. 7), Carl Rainey (closest in three No. 9) and Hampp (long putt No. 4).

* Mike Hitchcock leads Ray Nutter 40-36 in the Phat Cakes Par Tee League. Andy Beebe fired a 39 for the low round. Prizes went to Adam Brown (proximity shot No. 2), Tim Cessna (long putt No. 7), Mike Gibson (pin shot No. 5) and Dan Mathias (long putt No. 9). Skins went to Beebe, Hitchcock and Gibson.

* The Bascom Open is scheduled for June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

MEET SCHEDULE CHANGE: Today’s Division II district track meet at Defiance begins at 4 p.m. with field events, with running finals starting at 5:45 p.m.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School will hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is open to boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m@usevs.org.

JV BASEBALL: Cardinal Stritch beat Calvert 12-4 Wednesday. J.J. Dull scored twice and tripled for Calvert, Joey Krajewski singled, Devon Borer singled and scored and Robby Paul scored.

CALVERT BOOSTERS: The Calvert Athletic Boosters Treasure Hunt is Aug. 7.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park is to host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School will hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is open to boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m@usevs.org.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is scheduled for June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

* In the Senior Golfing League at Seneca Heights, three teams tied for first at seven under par. James Sherwood was closest in one on No. 5, while Ron Troxel was closest in two on No. 7. Carl Rainey was closest in three on No. 9, while Mike Hampp had the longest putt on hole No. 4.

* In the Jeffery Jewelry Best Ball League the team of Fred Smith and Gary Lynch had the low round Monday with a score of 34. Field prizes were won by Gary Lynch with closest to pin in two on hole No. 3 and Derek Lewis with Longest Putt on hole No. 8.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park is to host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

JV BASEBALL: Calvert beat Northwood 6-2. Noah Francis walked twice and scored twice for the Senecas, J.J. Dull walked twice and scored, Robby Paul singled and scored, Jaron Gase scored, Cooper Gilliland walked and scored, Joey Krajewski walked twice and singled, Connor Kennedy singled twice and walked and Kaden Wuescher singled twice and drove in a run.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High School will hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is open to boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m@usevs.org.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is scheduled for June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

* Marie Shuey and Mike Ringle beat John Crumrine and Joe Peer in the Allen Eiry Center League at Seneca Hills. The league plays each Thursday at 10 a.m. Those 50 and older are welcome.

* Carol Shook ended closest in two at No. 10 in the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League, Marge Kirian made the longest putt at No. 14 and Georgene Miccichi had the closest drive to the pin at No. 18.

* Steve Schwab, Sam Paradiso, Dave Welly and Paul Porter shot 13-under to win the Bump’s Tuesday Traveling Group scramble at Seneca Hills. Next week’s outing is at Birch Run in North Baltimore, with sign-up at 8:45 a.m. and play starting at 9 a.m.

* The teams of Rick Bridinger and Tim Sacksteder, Rick Smith and Scott Ferguson, and Jeff Welty and Phil Hoerig are tied atop the Thursday Night K of C League with 12 1/2 points. Prizes went to Cary Herzog (closest to pin No. 11), Bob Dziak (closest in two No. 16) and Tim Ritzler (long putt No. 18).

* Ted Romach, Mike Hampp, Ed Baker and Chris Harvey won skins at the Reineke Ford Clinton Heights Monday Morning League. Prizes went to Fred Smith (long putt No. 4), Rombach (closest in two No. 8), Carl Rainey (closest in two No. 6) and Gary Espago (closest in three No. 9).

* Russ Eborg and Scott Swartz lead the Steyer Seed Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights with 23 1/2 points. Jim Carter and Dave Kirby tied Drew Desjardins and Eric Wise for the low net with a 31. Three teams shot a 34 to tie for the low gross. Prizes went to Wise (closest to pin No. 11), Shawn Fitch (long drive No. 13), Bob Kissell (long putt No. 15) and Ron Kern (closest in three No. 17).

BASEBALL: The Northwest Ohio District 9 Baseball Coaches Association doubleheader is Saturday at Norwalk High starting at 11 a.m. Area seniors picked to play are Clyde’s Jacob Robinett, Fostoria’s Chris Hampton, Upper Sandusky’s Seth Frey, Columbian’s Matthew Kiser, Lakota’s K.J. Berkley, Hopewell-Loudon’s Garret Sendelbach, Mohawk’s Chris Creeger, Buckeye Central’s Austin Lutz, Carey’s Brady Mullholand, Calvert’s Jacob Vera, Old Fort’s Jake Wilson, New Riegel’s Blaine Hughes and Seneca East’s Carson Pipher.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High will hold a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is open to boys entering fourth through eighth grade this fall. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m(at)usevs.org.

GOLF: The Bascom Open occurs June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

n The team of Ed Lutz, Monty Scott, Brian Krauss and Ray Krupp shot 3 under to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners included Howard Elchert (long putt No. 15) and Glen Platt (closest to the pin No. 16). Lutz and Scott tied for the low gross of 35.

BASEBALL: The Northwest Ohio District 9 Baseball Coaches Association doubleheader is Saturday at Norwalk High starting at 11 a.m. Area seniors picked to play are Clyde’s Jacob Robinett, Fostoria’s Chris Hampton, Upper Sandusky’s Seth Frey, Columbian’s Matthew Kiser, Lakota’s K.J. Berkley, Hopewell-Loudon’s Garret Sendelbach, Mohawk’s Chris Creeger, Buckeye Central’s Austin Lutz, Carey’s Brady Mullholand, Calvert’s Jacob Vera, Old Fort’s Jake Wilson, New Riegel’s Blaine Hughes and Seneca East’s Carson Pipher.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League season starts Monday. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. Players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl.baberuthonline.com.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High will host a boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is open to boys entering fourth through eighth grade next school year. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40, which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m@usevs.org.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

n Fritz Smith and John Englehart lead the Men’s Catholic League at Seneca Hills with 97 points. Dennis Green, Denny Krupp and Mike Porter tied for the low gross with a 37. Englehart shot a 28 for the low net.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League season starts Monday. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. Players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl.baberuthonline.com.

SOCCER: Upper Sandusky High will host a boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the school’s soccer fields. The camp is open to boys entering fourth through eighth grade next school year. Players can register through May 29. Cost is $40, which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by e-mailing keith_m@usevs.org.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park is to host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League season starts Monday. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. Players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl.baberuthonline.com.

SOCCER: There is to be a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the Upper Sandusky High School soccer fields. The camp is open to boys entering fourth through eighth grade next school year. Players can register through May 29. Cost to participate is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by sending an e-mail to keith_m@usevs.org.

TIFFIN ELKS: Tiffin Elks will hold a 5K Fun Run/1K Walk honoring 3.7 million disabled veterans today at the Tiffin Elks Lot. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race begins at 10 a.m. Registration is $20 and forms may be picked up at Clover Club, Madison Street Tavern, Tiffin Elks Varsity Barber Shop, Champs Barber Shop, Pit Stop, Reino’s and Ace Hardware. For more information, call Bill Nordholt at (419) 618-2654.

TRACK: The 2015 Northern Ohio League Track Meet Championship occurs today at the Lowell Shaffer Memorial Track and the First National Bank Field behind Bellevue High School. Field events begin at 9 a.m., running event preliminaries start at 10 a.m. and running finals are scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for students.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is schedule for June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

* In the Napoli Pizza Golf League at Clinton Heights, Dave Sendelbach leads with 27 points followed by Josh Predieri (25) and Tony Latona (24 1/2). Louie Brickner had the low gross and low net. Prizes went to Denny Reamer (closest in two on No. 1), Dave Gase (long putt on No. 4), Predieri (closest to pin on No. 5 and long drive on No. 2) and Brickner (closest in three on No. 9).

* The teams of Carl Reiney, Lou Aiello, Bob Hammer, Greg Bishop and Dave Seislove and Ted Rombach, Nick Say, Jim Weinandy and Don Hammer both shot 5-under par to win this week’s Senior Golf League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Weinandy (closest in one on No. 11), Jim Sherwood (closest in two on No. 16), Bob Shultz (closest in three on No. 17) and Ray Nutter (longest putt on No. 10). The league has a new start time of 9 a.m.

Briefs

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park is to host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, Friday-Sunday at Sandusky area schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League season starts Monday. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. Players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl.baberuthonline.com.

SOCCER: There will be a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the Upper Sandusky High School soccer fields. The camp is open to boys entering fourth through eighth grade next school year. Players can register through May 29. Cost to participate is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by sending an e-mail to keith_m@usevs.org.

TIFFIN ELKS: Tiffin Elks will hold a 5K Fun Run/1K Walk honoring 3.7 million disabled veterans Saturday at the Tiffin Elks Lot. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race begins at 10 a.m. Registration is $20 and forms may be picked up at Clover Club, Madison Street Tavern, Tiffin Elks Varsity Barber Shop, Champs Barber Shop, Pit Stop, Reino’s and Ace Hardware. For more information, call Bill Nordholt at (419) 618-2654.

TRACK: The 2015 Northern Ohio League Track Meet Championship occurs Saturday at the Lowell Shaffer Memorial Track and the First National Bank Field behind Bellevue High School. Field events begin at 9 a.m., running event preliminaries start at 10 a.m. and running finals are scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for students.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

n Zach Allen and Gary Burns lead the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday Night League at Clinton Heights with 20 points. Prizes went to Mark O’Reilly (closest in two No. 2), Rick Wise (long drive No. 4), Mike Kirian (long putt No. 6), Dave Weininger (closest to pin No. 8) and Eric Williams (closest in three No. 9).

* Merle Krauss, Dutch Edebern, Dick Rochester and Paul Hannay shot 5-under par to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Hannay (long putt No. 8) and Frank Michniack (closest to the pin No. 2).

* John and Craig Losey lead the Clinton Heights Baumann Two-man Scramble League’s North Division with 23 points. Wilmer Clem and Dennis Scherger lead the South Division with 18 points. Prize holes went to Scott Gregg (closest in 2 No. 13), Jerry Kuhn (closest to the pin No. 14), Tim Norville (long putt No. 15) and Chris Bentz (closest in 2 No. 16).

HOLE-IN-ONE: Dennis Green aced the 129-yard par-3 No. 16 with a sand wedge at Seneca Hills. The shot was witnessed by Jason Vassalle, Mike Porter and Nate Hartman.

RESCHEDULING: Mohawk’s varsity softball at home against Crestline scheduled for Friday has been moved to Monday.

Briefs

RACING: Regular Attica Raceway Park drivers will be eligible for cash bonuses for doing well May 29 when the World of Outlaws Sprint Series comes to town for the 40-lap Kistler Engines Classic. Attica Raceway Park drivers in the top 20 of the track’s weekly point standings after May 15 will receive a $2,500 bonus for a win. A driver in the top 20 in points who wins while running with an engine from Kistler Engines, Gressman Powersports or Level Performance will receive $2,000 in gift certificates from that winning engine company. All Pro Aluminum Heads will give a $500 gift certificate if the winner uses All Pro Heads. Attica Raceway Park will award the highest finisher in the A main in the top 20 in points a $500 bonus. If a driver in the top 20 in points wins, then the second-highest finisher in the top 20 in points will get the $500 bonus. For more information, visit www.atticaracewaypark.com.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park is to host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics is to hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, Friday-Sunday at Sandusky Area Schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League season starts Monday. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. Players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl.baberuthonline.com.

TIFFIN ELKS: Tiffin Elks is to hold a 5K Fun Run/1K Walk honoring 3.7 million disabled veterans Saturday at the Tiffin Elks Lot. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race begins at 10 a.m. Registration is $20 and forms may be picked up at Clover Club, Madison Street Tavern, Tiffin Elks Varsity Barber Shop, Champs Barber Shop, Pit Stop, Reino’s and Ace Hardware. For more information, call Bill Nordholt at (419) 618-2654.

TRACK: The 2015 Northern Ohio League Track Meet Championship occurs Saturday at the Lowell Shaffer Memorial Track and the First National Bank Field behind Bellevue High School. Field events begin at 9 a.m., running event preliminaries start at 10 a.m. and running finals are scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for students.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is scheduled for June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

* Mark Welly and Brian Bean lead with 20 1/2 points after three weeks in the Steyer Seed 2-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights. The teams of Welly and Bean and Zach Peiffer and Mike Wise each had a low net of 31. Ron Kern and Carl Rainey had a low gross of 33. Prizes went to Ryan Huss (long putt No. 2), Dave Kirby (long putt No. 4), Drew Desjardins who had the longest drive on No. 6 and Dick Gower who was closest to the pin on No. 8.

* Shooting 6-under par, the winning team in the Senior Golfing League at Clinton Heights consisted of Jim Ruess, Fred Smith, Mike Hampp and Bill Powell. Prize winners were Gary Hohman who was closest in one on No. 8, Don Kin who was closest in two on No. 6, Lloyd Straub who was closest in three on No. 9 and Powell had the longest putt on No. 4. Next Wednesday, sign-ins are before 8:30 a.m. and golf begins at 9 a.m.

RESCHEDULING: Mohawk’s varsity softball at home against Crestline scheduled for Friday has been moved to Monday.

JV BASEBALL: Columbian beat Fremont Ross 9-0. Graydon Bunting was 3 for 5 with a double and three RBIs. Blake Steinmetz was 2 for 2 with an RBI and Tyler Eisenhower and Tony Szablewski each had two hits. Riley Sendelbach scattered four hits over seven innings striking out 10.

Briefs

RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

JV BASEBALL: Columbian beat Hopewell-Loudon 17-5. Columbian’s Bryce Seibert was 3 for 4 with two home runs, a double and four RBIs. Also for the Tornadoes, Noah Widman was 2 for 4 with a triple and four RBIs, Tyler Eisenhower was 2 for 3 with three RBIs and Riley Sendelbach had two hits. Braden Brown picked up the win striking out five.

FRESHMAN?BASEBALL: Seneca East defeated Bucyrus 15-4. Kainon Ruffing tripled and singled, Bo Smith doubled and singled and Brandon Best hit two singles for the Tigers.

JV SOFTBALL: Sarah Hossler fanned 11 and drove in two runs with a triple and single to key Old Fort’s 9-8 win against Seneca East in eight innings. Mackinsey Black added three singles and three runs for the Stockaders and Hannah Bilger had two RBIs and two singles.

RACING: Regular Attica Raceway Park drivers will be eligible for cash bonuses for doing well May 29 when the World of Outlaws Sprint Series comes to town for the 40-lap Kistler Engines Classic. Attica Raceway Park drivers in the top 20 of the track’s weekly point standings after May 15 will receive a $2,500 bonus for a win. A driver in the top 20 in points who wins while running with an engine from Kistler Engines, Gressman Powersports or Level Performance will receive $2,000 in gift certificates from that winning engine company. All Pro Aluminum Heads will give a $500 gift certificate if the winner uses All Pro Heads. Attica Raceway Park will award the highest finisher in the A main in the top 20 in points a $500 bonus. If a driver in the top 20 in points wins, then the second-highest finisher in the top 20 in points will get the $500 bonus. For more information, visit www.atticaracewaypark.com.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, Friday-Sunday at Sandusky Area Schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League season starts Monday. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. Players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl.baberuthonline.com.

SOCCER: There will be a youth boys soccer camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the Upper Sandusky High School soccer fields. The camp is open to boys who are to enter fourth through eighth grade next school year. Players can register through May 29. Cost to participate is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by sending an e-mail to keith_m(at)usevs.org.

TIFFIN ELKS: Tiffin Elks will have a 5K Fun Run/1K Walk honoring 3.7 million disabled veterans on Saturday at the Tiffin Elks Lot. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race begins at 10 a.m. Registration is $20 and forms may be picked up at Clover Club, Madison Street Tavern, Tiffin Elks Varsity Barber Shop, Champs Barber Shop, Pit Stop, Reino’s and Ace Hardware. For more information, call Bill Nordholt at (419) 618-2654.

TRACK: The 2015 Northern Ohio League Track Meet Championship occurs Saturday at the Lowell Shaffer Memorial Track and the First National Bank Field behind Bellevue High School. Field events begin at 9 a.m., running event preliminaries start at 10 a.m. and running finals are scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for students.

GOLF: The Bascom Open is scheduled for June 27 with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

n Steve Schwab, Dave Fraley, Ray Krupp, Bob Barchus and Howard Elchert shot 10-under to win the Bump’s Traveling Tuesday Group outing at Green Hills. The group plays at Seneca Hills 10 a.m. next Tuesday, with sign up at 9:45 a.m.

n In the Tuesday Morning Ladies Golf League at Seneca Hills, prizes were given to Linda Lawrence who was closest to the green in three on No. 5, Carla Siebenaller (red tees) and Marge Kirian (black tees) had the longest drives in the fairway on No. 9 and Carol Shook had the most two-putts.

n The teams of Todd Young and Todd Harris and Denny Krupp and Bud Witsman lead the Jeffrey Jewelry Best Ball League with two wins apiece. Bo Yanni and Rick Burkett had Monday’s low round with a score of 34. Yanni had the longest drove on No. 11 and Burkett was closest to the pin on No. 16.

n Fremont Baseball will hold a Hitmen Baseball Club Fundraiser Scramble at 10 a.m. Sunday at Sycamore Hills. Cost is $240 with four players per team. Prizes will be available. For more information, contact Josh Delp at (419) 334-9455 or fremontbattingcage@att.net.

Briefs

RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

JV BASEBALL: Jack Smith went 3 for 4 with three runs and a triple to key Upper Sandusky’s 12-2 win against Crestline. Collin Fredritz drove in two runs, scored doubled and singled, Brandon Ritter went 3 for 4 with three RBIs, Zane Kitzler had a single, RBI and three runs and winning pitcher Camden Spitler scored twice, singled and drove in a run.

RACING: Paul Weaver led all 30 laps Friday to take the 305 Engine Builders Challenge at Attica Raceway Park. It was victory 305 sprint win No. 33 for Weaver, who sits atop the all-time win list at Attica. Doug Drown overcame sickness to claim the Summit Racing Equipement UMP Late Model race. Dan Roepke came out of retirement to win the Fremont Fence Dirt Truck feature.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, on May 15-17 at Sandusky area schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League’s season starts May 18. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. The players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl(dot)baberuthonline(dot)com.

n Fremont Baseball will hold a Hitmen Baseball Club Fundraiser Scramble 10 a.m. May 17 at Sycamore Hills. Cost is $240 with four players per team. Prizes will be available. For more information, contact Josh Delp at (419) 334-9455 or fremontbattingcage(at)att.net.

SOCCER: There will be a Youth Boys Soccer Camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the Upper Sandusky High School soccer fields. The camp is open to boys who will enter fourth through eighth grade next school year. Players can register through May 29. Cost to participate is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by sending an e-mail to keith_m(at)usevs.org.

TIFFIN ELKS: Tiffin Elks will have a 5K Fun Run/1K Walk honoring 3.7 million disabled veterans on May 16 at the Tiffin Elks Lot. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race begins at 10 a.m. Registration is $20 and forms may be picked up at Clover Club, Madison Street Tavern, Tiffin Elks Varsity Barber Shop, Champs Barber Shop, Pit Stop, Reino’s and Ace Hardware. For more information, call Bill Nordholt at (419) 618-2654.

GOLF: The Bascom Open will be held June 27 with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. Cost for the four-person scramble is $45 per person and includes golf, cart and food. For more information, call Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

n John Lynch made the long putt on No. 2 in the Thursday Night K of C League, Duane Schank ended closest to the pin at No. 5 and Mike Porter made the long putt at No. 9.

n Dave Fraley, Dutch Edebern, Ray Krupp, Bob Reinhart and Merele Krauss shot 3 under to win the Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Dan Coppes (long putt No. 1), Dick Rochester (closest to pin No. 6) and Krupp (low gross 37).

n Ted Rombach claimed two prizes at the Reineke Monday Morning Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights, ending closest in two at No. 18 and closest in one at No. 14. Carl Rainey finished closest in three at No. 17 and John Armstrong made the long putt at No. 10. Mike Hampp, Rombach, Ed Baker and Chris Harveu won skins.

Briefs

RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, Friday through Sunday at Sandusky area schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League’s season starts May 18. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. The players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl.baberuthonline.com.

n Fremont Baseball will hold a Hitmen Baseball Club Fundraiser Scramble 10 a.m. May 17 at Sycamore Hills. Cost is $240 with four players per team. Prizes will be available. For more information, contact Josh Delp at (419) 334-9455 or fremontbattingcage@att.net.

SOCCER: There will be a Youth Boys Soccer Camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the Upper Sandusky High School soccer fields. The camp is open to boys who will enter fourth through eighth grade next school year. Players can register through May 29. Cost to participate is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by sending an e-mail to keith_m@usevs.org.

TIFFIN ELKS: Tiffin Elks will have a 5K Fun Run/1K Walk honoring 3.7 million disabled veterans on May 16 at the Tiffin Elks Lot. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race begins at 10 a.m. Registration is $20 and forms may be picked up at Clover Club, Madison Street Tavern, Tiffin Elks Varsity Barber Shop, Champs Barber Shop, Pit Shot, Reino’s and Ace Hardware. For more information, call Bill Nordholt at (419) 618-2654.

GOLF: Starting Monday, the Seneca Hills Retirees League will tee off at 9 a.m. Sign up is at 8:30 a.m.

n Dave Sendelbach leads Dan Colatruglio 20-17 1/2 in the standings for the Napoli Pizza League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Zach Fowler (closest in two No. 12), Denny Reamer (long putt No. 16), Tony Latona (closest to pin No. 11, long drive No. 13) and Lou Brickner (closest to lake No. 15). Dave Snyder and Latona tied for the low net with a 33.

n The Bascom Open will be held June 27 with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. It will be a four person scramble at $45 a person including golf, cart and food. For more information contact Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

JUNIOR HIGH TRACK: Tiffin’s boys ended fourth Friday in the Northern Ohio League Championships. Kerrick Fanning claimed the 1,600 and 800, Carson Hohman won the pole vault and Drake DeVore took the discus.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, on May 15-17 at Sandusky area schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League’s season starts May 18. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. The players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl.baberuthonline.com.

n Fremont Baseball will hold a Hitmen Baseball Club Fundraiser Scramble 10 a.m. May 17 at Sycamore Hills. Cost is $240 with four players per team. Prizes will be available. For more information, contact Josh Delp at (419) 334-9455 or fremontbattingcage@att.net.

SOCCER: There will be a Youth Boys Soccer Camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the Upper Sandusky High School soccer fields. The camp is open to boys who will enter fourth through eighth grade next school year. Players can register through May 29. Cost to participate is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by sending an e-mail to keith_m@usevs.org.

TIFFIN ELKS: Tiffin Elks will have a 5K Fun Run/1K Walk honoring 3.7 million disabled veterans on May 16 at the Tiffin Elks Lot. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race begins at 10 a.m. Registration is $20 and forms may be picked up at Clover Club, Madison Street Tavern, Tiffin Elks Varsity Barber Shop, Champs Barber Shop, Pit Shot, Reino’s and Ace Hardware. For more information, call Bill Nordholt at (419) 618-2654.

GOLF: Starting Monday, the Seneca Hills Retirees League will tee off at 9 a.m. Sign up is at 8:30 a.m.

* Dave Sendelbach leads Dan Colatruglio 20-17 1/2 in the standings for the Napoli Pizza League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Zach Fowler (closest in two No. 12), Denny Reamer (long putt No. 16), Tony Latona (closest to pin No. 11, long drive No. 13) and Lou Brickner (closest to lake No. 15). Dave Snyder and Latona tied for the low net with a 33.

* The Bascom Open will be held June 27 with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. It will be a four person scramble at $45 a person including golf, cart and food. For more information contact Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run on June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, on May 15-17 at Sandusky area schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages(@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League’s season starts May 18. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. The players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl(dot)baberuthonline.)com.

nFremont Baseball will hold a Hitmen Baseball Club Fundraiser Scramble 10 a.m. May 17 at Sycamore Hills. Cost is $240 with four players per team. Prizes will be available. For more information, contact Josh Delp at (419) 334-9455 or fremontbattingcage@att.net.

SOCCER: There will be a Youth Boys Soccer Camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the Upper Sandusky High School soccer fields. The camp is open to boys who will enter fourth through eighth grade next school year. Players can register through May 29. Cost to participate is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by sending an e-mail to keith_m(at)usevs.org.

TIFFIN ELKS: Tiffin Elks will have a 5K Fun Run/1K Walk honoring 3.7 million disabled veterans on May 16 at the Tiffin Elks Lot. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race begins at 10 a.m. Registration is $20 and forms may be picked up at Clover Club, Madison Street Tavern, Tiffin Elks Varsity Barber Shop, Champs Barber Shop, Pit Shot, Reino’s and Ace Hardware. For more information, call Bill Nordholt at (419) 618-2654.

GOLF: The Bascom Open will be held June 27 with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. at Loudon Meadows in Fostoria. It will be a four person scramble at $45 a person including golf, cart and food. For more information contact Ray Creeger (419) 619-3467 or Dave Depinet (419) 937-2211.

n Mark Smith and Paul Vanhorn had the low gross of 32 points at the Wednesday Night Baumanns Two Man Scramble Late Shift. Prizes went to Will Rennells for the longest drive on No. 1, Nate Lofay who was closest to the pin on No. 5 and Tom Phillips who was closest in two on No. 3 and had the longest putt on No. 8.

n Two teams tied for first at 6-under at Friday’s Senior Golf League at Clinton Heights. The teams consisted of Herb Love, Lou Greiselding Howard Hohman, Dave Kirby, Ted Rombah, Jim Radcliff, Mike Hampp and Ron Troxell. Prizes went to Dave Fraley who was closest in one on No. 14, Greiselding who was closest in two on No. 15, Dave Pernell who was closest in three on No. 17 and Fred Smith who had the longest putt on No. 10.

RESCHEDULING: Mohawk baseball scheduled at Mohawk for May 5 was rescheduled to play on Thursday at 5 p.m.

n Mohawk softball scheduled at Mohawk for May 5 was rescheduled to play on Friday at 5 p.m. This night will also finish the postponed game from May 4.

n Upper Sandusky baseball will play at Norwalk on Tuesday at 5 p.m.

JV BASEBALL: Columbian lost to Lexington 2-1. Noah Widman doubled and had an RBI. Graydon Bunting, Riley Sendelbach, Blake Steinmetz and Connor Salazar all singled. Sendelbach pitched seven strong innings for the Tornadoes striking out seven.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

PREP BASEBALL: Sandusky beat Columbian 11-4 Thursday. The Tornadoes fell to 9-10 overall and 7-4 in the Northern Ohio League, with Sandusky improving to 6-15, 7-5.

JV SOFTBALL: Makinsie Black struck out 10 and Sara Hossler drove in three runs to fuel Old Fort’s 20-1 win against Fostoria. Hossler doubled and singled, Tori Kluck drove in two runs, singled twice and doubled, and Angela Miller singled twice and scored twice for the Stockaders.

JV BASEBALL: Ottawa Hills beat Calvert 7-4. Joey Krajewski and Kaden Wuescher both singled twice and scored for Calvert, Robby Paul and Connor Kennedy each drew three walks and a scored, J.J. Dull walked and drove in a run, Jaron Gase went 2 for 3, Noah Francis singled, and Christian Staid and Cooper Gilliland both walked.

n Columbian defeated Sandusky 12-2. Tony Szablewski went 4 for 4 with two doubles and two RBIs. Tyson Price had a hit and three RBIs. Noah Widman, Tyler Eisenhower and Blake Steinmetz also had hits for the Tornadoes.

n Upper Sandusky crushed Crestline 12-8. Camden Spitler went 4 for 5 with three doubles and three RBIs. Brett Bianchi and Jack Smith each had three hits. Collin Fredritz added two hits and scored three runs for the Rams.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, on May 15-17 at Sandusky area schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League’s season starts May 18. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. The players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl.baberuthonline.com.

n Fremont Baseball will hold a Hitmen Baseball Club Fundraiser Scramble 10 a.m. May 17 at Sycamore Hills. Cost is $240 with four players per team. Prizes will be available. For more information, contact Josh Delp at (419) 334-9455 or fremontbattingcage@att.net.

SOCCER: There will be a Youth Boys Soccer Camp June 15-18 from 9-11 a.m. at the Upper Sandusky High School soccer fields. The camp is open to boys who will enter fourth through eighth grade next school year. Players can register through May 29. Cost to participate is $40 which includes a T-shirt and a soccer ball. Registration forms can be found outside the high school office or by sending an email to keith_m@usevs.org.

TIFFIN ELKS: Tiffin Elks will have a 5K Fun Run/1K Walk honoring 3.7 million disabled veterans on May 16 at the Tiffin Elks Lot. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the race begins at 10 a.m. Registration is $20 and forms may be picked up at Clover Club, Madison Street Tavern, Tiffin Elks Varsity Barber Shop, Champs Barber Shop, Pit Shot, Reino’s and Ace Hardware. For more information, call Bill Nordholt at (419) 618-2654.

GOLF: Stan Bowers, Tim Mannas, Monty Scott and Bill Dunlap shot 6-under par to win Thursdays Retiree’s League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Jim Immelle (long putt No. 12) and Dunlap (closest to the pin No. 18).

n Russ Eborg and Gene Sarkan lead the Reineke Early Flight on Wednesday nights at Clinton Heights with 13 1/2 points. Gary Scherger had the longest drive on No. 10, Ted Rombach was closest in two on No. 12, Travis Traxler was closest to the pin on No. 14, Joe Snyder was closest in two on No. 16 and Zack Allen had the longest putt on No. 18.

n The Clinton Heights Monday Night Baumann Ladies Two-Person Scramble League begins May 11 with a free fun night. Regular season play begins May 18. For more information, call Barb Kuhn at (419) 447-1609 or Nita Doran at (419) 937-3305.

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MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run on June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League’s season is to start May 18. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. The players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl.baberuthonline.com.

GOLF: Jim Conley, Terry Stoops and Dennis Walters all shot a 41 for low gross in the PJ Brickhouse Golf League at Loudon Meadows. Paul Gosche had low net with 29. Prize winners were Dale Thaxton who was closest to pin in two on No. 12, Dave Depinet who was closest to pin on No. 15 and Joe Smith with the longest putt on No. 17.

n At the Senior Golfing League at Clinton Heights, the team of Jim Reuss, Bob Hammer, Lloyd Straub and Craig Neiffer won with 7-under par. Prize winners were Mike Hampp who was closest in one on No. 5, Bob Hammer who was closest in two on No. 2, Don Kin who was closest in three on No. 9 and Ted Rombach who had the longest putt on No. 4.

n Starting Monday the new start time for the Seneca Hills Retiree’s League will be 9:00 a.m. with sign in by 8:30 a.m.

RESCHEDULING: Mohawk’s varsity softball game at Buckeye Central scheduled for Friday has been moved to Monday.

n Mohawk’s JV softball’s home game against Buckeye Central has been moved from Friday to Monday.

n Mohawk’s JV baseball home game against Buckeye Central for today has been canceled.

JV TENNIS: In Columbian’s match against Ontario, singles were won by Dylan Wertz. Wesley Henkel and Will Jones won the doubles match-up for the Tornadoes.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run on June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, on May 15-17 at Sandusky area schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League’s season is to start May 18. The league still has a few openings for players ages 13-15. The players cannot turn 16 before May 1. Contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018 or register online at tabrl.baberuthonline.com.

n Fremont Baseball will hold a Hitmen Baseball Club Fundraiser Scramble 10 a.m. May 17 at Sycamore Hills. Cost is $240 with four players per team. Prizes will be available. For more information, contact Josh Delp at (419) 334-9455 or fremontbattingcage@att.net.

GOLF: Steve Schwab, Mark Orians, Dave Fraley, Darl Elchert and Jim Kin combined to shoot 12-under par at Valley View in the Bump’s Tuesday Traveling Group. Next week will be played at Green Hills near Clyde beginning at 10 a.m.

n Three teams are tied with 12 1/2 points in the second week of the Steyer Seed Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights. Ron Kern and Carl Rainey won the low gross at 31 and Pete Ringle and Kevin Lyman had the low net at 31. Prizes went to Kern (closest in two, No. 10), Howard Hohman (closest to the pin, No. 14), Kory Conley (long putt, No. 12) and Shawn Bloom (long drive, No. 16).

BOWLING: Riley’s Car Wash won the Rocket Bowling League over Bascom Old Guys 2,820-2,650. Winning team members were Aren Norman, Dottie Funk, John Funk Jr., Steve Norman and John Funk. High scorers for the winning team were Steve Norman with a 652 and John Funk Jr. with a 610.

SCHEDULE CHANGE: Due to a nearby tornado warning, Mohawk’s Tuesday game against Crestline has been postponed with an indefinite make-up date. Both teams will continue Monday’s postponed game today, beginning in the third inning.

JV BASEBALL: Noah Francis drove in Cooper Gilliland to give Calvert a 7-6 win over Toledo Christian. Francis walked three times. Calvert’s J.J. Dull went 2 for 3 with two doubles and a walk. Both Devin Borer and Caden Wuescher went 2 for 4 and tallied an RBI for the Senecas. Borer and Gilliland each stole two bases in Calvert’s win. Joey Krajewski was the winning pitcher.

n Bellevue blanked Columbian 4-0. Matt Boes went 2 for 3 for TC and Bryce Seibert, Donovan Magill and Noah Widman all singled.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run on June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, on May 15-17 at Sandusky area schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

GOLF: The team of Gary Hohman, Paul R. Fey, Steve Meier, Bob Barchus and Mike Clouse shot 3 over to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Paul Hanney(long putt No. 17), Clouse (closest to pin No. 16) and Ed Lutz (low gross 37).

JV BASEBALL: Columbian beat Ontario 14-9. Noah Widman had a single, double and two RBIs. Tyler Eisenhower tripled while Graydon Bunting, Austin Mungia, Tyson Price, Tony Szablewski and Donovan Magill all added base hits. Braden Brown had three RBIs and was the winning pitcher.

* Upper Sandusky fell 7-2 to Colonel Crawford. Santana King and Brett Bianchi had RBIs for the Rams.

JUNIOR HIGH TRACK: Tiffin’s boys took third in a tri-meet Monday against Fremont and Findlay. Kerrick Fanning won the 800 and 1,600 while Carson Hohman won the pole vault.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park is to host its second annual Mud Run June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics is to hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, May 15-17 at Sandusky Area Schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

Briefs

RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run on June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, on May 15-17 at Sandusky area schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages@hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

JUNIOR HIGH TRACK: Tiffin’s boys ended sixth Friday at the Shelby Relays. Victories for the Tornadoes came from the shot put relay team of Drake DeVore, Matthew Exline and Hunter Richardson and the discus relay team of DeVore, Owen Thomsic and Alex McCabe.

JV BASEBALL: Seneca East split a doubleheader with Kenton, winning the first game 7-6 and losing the second game 11-12. Brock Martin had a big day for the Tigers with three hits, a triple, and scored five runs. Andrez Reed and Bo Smith both singled and doubled for Seneca East.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. Results for non-high school events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run on June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

GOLF: At Clinton Heights, the Friday Seniors Golf League winners were Herb Love, Fred Smith, Bill Powell and Skip Halcomb with 5-under par. Prize winners went to Love for closest in one on No. 11, Ted Rombach was closest in two on No. 16, Tom Miller was closest in three on No. 17 and Jeff Wise had the longest putt on No. 10.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, on May 15-17 at Sandusky area schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages(at)hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

JV BASEBALL: Wynford tied the score at nine in the seventh, but Upper Sandusky won the game in the bottom of the eight to win 10-9 against the Royals. Upper Sandusky took advantage of Wynford’s nine errors. Camden Spitler drove in two runs for the Rams and Collin Fredritz tallied an RBI. Jaret Briceley was the only Upper Sandusky player with two hits.

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RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school events must be turned that day by 10:30 p.m. Results for non-high school events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.

MUD RUN: Fort Seneca Park will host its second annual Mud Run on June 6. The event will feature adult and kids races, with more than 20 obstacles and plenty of mud. For registration forms, visit P.M. Gilmore Community Park on Facebook or call Heather Hunker at (419) 618-5528.

GOLF: Doug Tanner and Dave Depinet tied for low gross with 40 in the P.J. Brickhouse League at Loudon Meadows. Dennis Walter was closest to pin on No. 2, Joe Smith had the longest drive on No. 4 and Paul Gosche had the longest putt on No. 9.

n Mark Smith and Paul VanHorn won the late shift of the Clinton Heights Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble League’s North Division with a 31, while Denny Lofay and Nate Lofay tied Mark Griffin and Mike Griffin for the South Division win by carding a 35. Prizes went to Dave Ziegler (closest in two No. 10), Ken Gooding (closest to pin No. 11), VanHorn (closest in two No. 13) and Jared Martin (long putt No. 13).

n Dave Sendelbach leads Joe Blust 13 1/2-12 1/2 in the Napoli Pizza League at Clinton Heights. Zack Fowler and Mike Hitchcock both have 12 points. Prizes went to Dave Snyder (low gross 41), Fowler (low net 29), Emily Banks (closest in two No. 6), Tony Latona (long putt No. 2), Sendelbach (closest to pin No. 8), Denny Reamer (long drive No. 1) and Dave Gase (closest to creek No .9).

n Eric Williams and Chris Aichholz lead the Reineke early flight on Wednesday nights at Clinton Heights with 6 1/2 points. Williams had the long drive on No.1, Russ Eborg had the long putt on No. 3, Gary Heff was closest to the pin on No. 5, Mike Kirian was closest in two on No. 7 and Dennis Dean was closest in three on No. 9.

BASKETBALL: Next Level Image Athletics will hold the second annual Coaster Classic, supported by Cedar Point, on May 15-17 at Sandusky area schools for boys and girls teams with players in third through 12th grade. Cost is $285 per team, with a three-game guarantee. Multiple team discounts are available. For more information, contact Doug Taylor at nextlevelimages(at)hotmail.com or (216) 767-7903.

VARSITY BOYS TENNIS: Calvert beat Marion Harding 4-1 Wednesday. Jack Burtis and Connor Kwiat won their singles matches. Calvert’s Anthony Traxler and Isaac Best beat Parker Bard and Robby Stoneburner 6-1, 6-1 and Danny George and Phillip Boes defeated Marion Harding’s Colin Hart and Daisy Delapaz 6-1, 6-0. Calvert improved to 4-2.

VARSITY?BASEBALL:?Upper Sandusky fell to Bucyrus, 13-4.

JV SOFTBALL: Old Fort upended Clyde 5-4. Sarah Hossler was the winning pitcher, with six strikeouts. Sydney Hossler had a hit, two stolen bases and two runs.

JV BASEBALL: Upper Sandusky crushed Bucyrus 13-0. Camden Spitler had two hits and three RBIs. Santana King and Tyler Clark recorded two hits apiece and each scored twice. Upper Sandusky’s Keegan Gullifer got the win, giving up just two hits.