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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3274, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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.

BASEBALL; Heidelberg will host a prospect camp Oct. 18 for any 2016-18 graduate. The camp includes a pro-style workout, on-field batting practice, position specific skills, and games. Cost is $80 for dual position/pitcher, $70 for position player and $50 for pitcher only. Check in is at noon. T-shirts provided for all players, and lunch provided for players in the morning session. For more information, check the Heidelberg baseball webpage or contact Jimmy Roesinger at jroesing(at)heidelberg.edu or (419) 448-2188.

BOWLING: The Wednesday Morning League seeks individuals and teams. The season begins Sept. 9 at 9 a.m. at Heritage Lanes. For more information, call Ken Lofton at (419) 387-7126 before noon.

n The Imperial Majorette League meets today at 7 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. Teams and individuals are needed for the mixed league. For more information, call Steve Steinmetz Sr. at (419) 618-6510 or Heritage Lanes at (419) 447-8854.

SENECA EAST : All-Sport passes for high school and junior high home events are now available. Family passes cost $350 (2 adults and all K-12 children in the same household), adult pass $150, and student pass $100. Senior citizens can request a free pass (requirement of age 65 and older and a resident of the school district). For more information, contact Athletic Director Doug Mason at (419) 426-1855 or domason@se-tigers.com.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3274, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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 FOOTBALL: Clyde knocked off Columbian 35-14. Isaac Moore ran for a touchdown for the Tornadoes, while Mason Hill caught a TD pass.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Monroeville held off New Riegel 25-22, 25-23. Lauren Theis had eight assists and two digs for New Riegel, Tiffany Hemminger added five kills and three digs and Emily Peters lined three kills.

n Upper Sandusky beat Columbian, 19-25, 25-15, 25-21. Emily Davis had four kills for the Tornadoes in the loss, while Bridget Daniel had three blocks.

n Old Fort beat Mohawk 23-25, 25-11, 25-19 and lost to Edison 25-27, 25-17, 25-22. Sydney Hossler smacked 14 kills and eight aces for Old Fort and Sarah Hossler had six kills and three aces.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Kaitlyn Kirian belted 10 aces and seven kills as New Riegel’s eighth grade beat North Baltimore 15-18, 23-25, 25-16. Brooklyn Gillig added two assists. The Blue Jackets also beat Elmwood 25-16, 25-16, getting nine kills and three assists from Julia Reinhart and five aces and two assists from Marianna Tiell.

n Kayleigh Lininger served 12 aces to fuel New Riegel’s 25-4, 25-15 seventh grade win against North Baltimore. Jordan Hohman paced the 25-14, 25-8 win against Elmwood with six aces.

n Ellie Shaw served six aces and made two digs for Mohawk’s eighth grade in a 25-12, 25-16 win over Carey. Alexa Konkle collected two kills, four aces, three digs and a block.

n Mohawk ‘s seventh grade beat Carey 25-19, 27-25 to improve to 1-1.

n Andrea Reiter tallied four kills and two aces for the Old Fort eighth grade in a 20-25, 25-22, 25-22 win against Genoa. Kaureena Aldridge added four kills, Bailey Hall had two kills and three aces, Savannah McCoy recorded two kills and three aces and Heidi Kissell ended with a pair of aces. Old Fort also beat Clyde 22-25, 25-10, 25-17 as Ashlyn Magers collected three kills, four aces and three assists. MarcQue Harris had four kills and two aces and Ashtyn Sebetto finished with three aces and 10 assists.

n Emily Hull served 10 aces for the Old Fort seventh grade in a 25-9, 25-10 romp of Genoa. Riley Lehner added seven aces and Kara Davidson had five. Clyde defeated the Old Fort’s seventh grade 25-16, 15-25, 25-17. Hull had three aces and five assists for the Stockaders, while Jordan Reineck added five aces and two assists, Lehner had a pair of aces and one kill and Christa Kuhn recorded two aces, four kills and a dig.

BASEBALL; Heidelberg will host a prospect camp Oct. 18 for any 2016-18 graduate. The camp includes a pro-style workout, on-field batting practice, position specific skills, and games. Cost is $80 for dual position/pitcher, $70 for position player and $50 for pitcher only. Check in is at noon. T-shirts provided for all players, and lunch provided for players in the morning session. For more information, check the Heidelberg baseball webpage or contact Jimmy Roesinger at jroesing(at)heidelberg.edu or (419) 448-2188.

GOLF: The AMVETS League at Seneca Hills will conclude its league play Wednesday with a scramble at 9 a.m. The closing dinner is that evening at the AMVETS restaurant. Social time prior to eating begins at 5:30 p.m.

* Greg Molyet edged Ray Trautman 448-444 in the Over 50 Old Fort Ex-Hi League. Rick Sanford and Denny Yoakum tied for third with 432 points. Prizes went to Yoakum (closest in two No. 1), Trautman (closest to pin No. 4) and Rick DeMoss (long putt No. 5).

BOWLING: The Wednesday Morning League seeks individuals and teams. The season begins Sept. 9 at 9 a.m. at Heritage Lanes. For more information, call Ken Lofton at (419) 387-7126 before noon.

n The Imperial Majorette League meets Monday at 7 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. Teams and individuals are needed for the mixed league. For more information, call Steve Steinmetz Sr. at (419) 618-6510 or Heritage Lanes at (419) 447-8854.

SENECA EAST : All-Sport passes for high school and junior high home events are now available. Family passes cost $350 (2 adults and all K-12 children in the same household), adult pass $150, and student pass $100. Senior citizens can request a free pass (requirement of age 65 and older and a resident of the school district). For more information, contact Athletic Director Doug Mason at (419) 426-1855 or domason@se-tigers.com.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports(at)advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3274, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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.

BASEBALL; Heidelberg will host a prospect camp Oct. 18 for any 2016-18 graduate. The camp includes a pro-style workout, on-field batting practice, position specific skills, and games. Cost is $80 for dual position/pitcher, $70 for position player and $50 for pitcher only. Check in is at noon. T-shirts provided for all players, and lunch provided for players in the morning session. For more information, check the Heidelberg baseball webpage or contact Jimmy Roesinger at jroesing(at)heidelberg.edu or (419) 448-2188.

GOLF: The AMVETS League at Seneca Hills will conclude its league play Wednesday with a scramble at 9 a.m. The closing dinner is that evening at the AMVETS restaurant. Social time prior to eating begins at 5:30 p.m.

n Bob Gooding, Bob Overholt, Russ Eborg, Gary Espejo and Don Miller shot 8 under to win the Friday Senior Golf League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Dave Fraley (closest in one No. 14), Bob Shultz (closest in two No. 16), Frank Michniak (closest in three No. 17) and Butch Whippel (long putt No. 10).

BOWLING: The Wednesday Morning League seeks individuals and teams. The season begins Sept. 9 at 9 a.m. at Heritage Lanes. For more information, call Ken Lofton at (419) 387-7126 before noon.

n The Imperial Majorette League will hold a meeting Monday at 7 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. Teams and individuals are needed for the mixed league. For more information, call Steve Steinmetz Sr. at (419) 618-6510 or Heritage Lanes at (419) 447-8854.

SENECA EAST : All-Sport passes for high school and junior high home events are now available. Family passes cost $350 (2 adults and all K-12 children in the same household), adult pass $150, and student pass $100. Senior citizens can request a free pass (requirement of age 65 and older and a resident of the school district). For more information, contact Athletic Director Doug Mason at 419-426-1855 or domason@se-tigers.com.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports(at)advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3274, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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 GOLF: St. Wendelin’s Brayden Thomas shot a 53 and Baley Reinhart had a 78 in match against Patrick Henry.

n Jacob Volkman shot a 46 and Jacob Tiell had a 49 for Bellevue in a match against Norwalk.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Columbian beat Liberty-Benton 25-20, 25-15, getting five kills from Emily Davis and four kills and two aces from Allison Demith.

n Buckeye Central beat Seneca East 13-25, 25-22, 25-22. Allison Drown paced Seneca East with four kills and four aces, Madison Miller had four kills and two aces and Maria Phillips came up with 20 digs.

n Hopewell-Loudon defeated Old Fort 25-15, 25-15. Madison Guth’s six assists led Old Fort.

JV TENNIS: Columbian got doubles wins against Shelby from the duos of Rylee Rucklos and Breanna Saum, Cassie Stockner and Gabbi Roszman, and Olivia Kramer and Sophie Crist.

n Clyde’s Bree Dowling, Alayna Barrera, Saylor Meyer, Madi Bannister, Lakotah Cagle, Siera Hisey, Mary Wilkerson and Brooke Sherry all won matches against Edison.

PREP GIRLS GOLF: Buckeye Central beat Bucyrus on Tuesday, shooting a 203. Lydia Shealy led everyone with a 48 for the Bucks and Megan McGinnis added a 49.

PREP SOCCER: Clyde beat Toledo Start 7-2 Wednesday. Cam Margrum recorded his second consecutive hat trick with four goals, and he added an assist for the Fliers. Zach Taylor scored three times, and Seth Hohman had three assists and four steals, Janne Fromberg stopped five shots and Caleb Nesbit tallied four steals and nine interceptions.

HOLE-IN-ONE: Bruce Hannum carded his first ace Aug. 26 at Clinton Heights, using a gap wedge to cover the 97-yard No. 11 hole. Jay Sigler, Kenny Eddington, Matt Arnold, Joe Lininger and Jagger Greg witnessed the shot.

BASEBALL: Heidelberg will host a prospect camp Oct. 18 for any 2016-18 graduate. The camp includes a pro-style workout, on-field batting practice, position specific skills, and games. Cost is $80 for dual position/pitcher, $70 for position player and $50 for pitcher only. Check in is at noon. T-shirts provided for all players, and lunch provided for players in the morning session. For more information, check the Heidelberg baseball webpage or contact Jimmy Roesinger at jroesing@heidelberg.edu or (419) 448-2188.

GOLF: The AMVETS League at Seneca Hills will conclude its league play Wednesday with a scramble at 9 a.m. The closing dinner is that evening at the AMVETS restaurant. Social time prior to eating begins at 5:30 p.m.

n Matt and Dave Hoke lead the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi League with 55 points, and Doug Strausser and Marc Strausser lead the Wild Card division with 137 points. Prizes went to Tom Puffenburger (closest in two No. 2), Dick Hull (closest to pin No. 4) and Denny Dean (long putt No. 9).

n Ray Krupp, David Everhart, Brian Krauss and Dutch Edebern tied Bob Barchus, Steve Schafer, Glenn Platt and Dick Rochester at 5 under to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Rochester (long putt No. 10) and Lowell Hossler (closest to pin No. 18).

n Dave Gase has 35 1/2 points to lead the final week standings of the Napoli Pizza League at Clinton Heights, with Josh Predieri and Al Beam tied for second at 34 1/2. Jim Hoffbauer is third with 33 1/2 points. Louie Brickner fired a 36 for the low gross and a 33 for the low net. Prizes went to Brickner (closest in two No. 10, long putt No. 18), Zach Fowler (long drive No. 13, closest to creek No. 17) and Tony Latona (closest to pin No. 11).

n Dave Gase and Barth King lead Rick Bridinger and Tim Sacksteder 22-20 1/2 in the Thursday K of C League. Prizes went to Duane Schank (closest to pin No. 11), Joe Zirger (long putt No. 15) and Phil Hoerig (closest in two No. 18).

n The Wednesday night golf playoffs at Cinton Heights for the Baumanns two-man scramble is John and Craig Losey against Howard Hohman and Len Gosche, while Dave Ziegler and Scott Gregg play Mark Smith and Paul VanHorn in the North Division. In the South Division, Wilmer Clem and Denny Scherger play Ken Goddington and Brian Fox, and Denny and Nate Lofay play against Denny and Chad Mattson.

BOWLING: The Wednesday Morning League seeks individuals and teams. The season begins Sept. 9 at 9 a.m. at Heritage Lanes. For more information, call Ken Lofton at (419) 387-7126 before noon.

n The Imperial Majorette League will hold a meeting Monday at 7 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. Teams and individuals are needed for the mixed league. For more information, call Steve Steinmetz Sr. at (419) 618-6510 or Heritage Lanes at (419) 447-8854.

SENECA EAST: All-Sport passes for high school and junior high home events are now available. Family passes cost $350 (2 adults and all K-12 children in the same household), adult pass $150, and student pass $100. Senior citizens can request a free pass (requirement of age 65 and older and a resident of the school district). For more information, contact athletic director Doug Mason at 419-426-1855 or domason@se-tigers.com.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Jess Bowerman hammered seven aces and Tori Fritz lined six to lead Seneca East’s seventh grade past Bucyrus 25-7, 25-12. Alexis Hicks added three aces for Seneca East.

n Seneca East’s eighth grade beat Bucyrus 25-21, 25-15. Hanah Bisignano led the winners with six aces and three assists, Taylor Enders tallied four aces and two digs and Jordan Queen served three aces.

n Julia Reinhart served eight aces and Marianna Tiell tallied six as New Riegel’s eighth grade beat Arcadia 25-19, 25-12. Kaitlyn Kirian lined two kills for New Riegel.

n New Riegel’s seventh grade beat Arcadia 25-21, 19-25, 25-11, getting six aces from Jordan Hohman.

n Olivia Webb lined seven aces and Maddy Ball belted six as Calvert’s eighth grade beat Cardinal Stritch 25-19, 25-11. Lila Gehring added five aces and Erin Wagner served four.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3274, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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.

VOLLEYBALL: The New Riegel-Arcadia volleyball match today is a varsity-only match starting at 6 p.m.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Calvert lost to Cardinal Stritch, 25-17, 25-18, Wednesday night. Sophie Burtis recorded 10 assists for Calvert, while Mallory Nielsen tallied five kills and Bria Coleman had three aces.

GOLF: Dave Depinet finished first in the last third of the PJ Brickhouse Golf League at Loudon Meadows on Tuesday. John Schumm was second and Tom Swanagan placed third. Depinet had the low gross with a 39, while Schumm had the low net with a 33. The prize winners were Dave Coppus (long putt No. 12) and Jeremy Schumm (closest to pin No. 18).

n The winning team of Carl Rainey, Dave Seislove, Ron Troxel and Craig Neifer shot 7 under in the Wednesday Senior Golf League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Seislove (closest to pin in one No. 8, closest to pin in two No. 1, closest to pin in three No. 9) and Neifer (long putt No. 4).

n First place in the K of C League went to the pair of Dave Gase and Barth King with 22 points, while second place was Rick Bridinger and Tim Sacksteder with 20.5 points on Wednesday. Prize winners included Duane Schank (closest to pin No. 11), Joe Zirger (long putt No. 15) and Phil Hoerig (closest in two No. 18).

n Amvets golf at Seneca Hills will conclude its league play Wednesday with a golf scramble at 9 a.m. The closing dinner will be in the evening at the Amvets Restaurant. Social time prior to eating is set for 5:30 p.m. Lowell Hosler won both the long putt on No. 10 and closest to the pin on No. 16 on Wednesday.

n Ryan Huss sunk a hole-in-one on the par 3, No. 8 at Clinton Heights on Friday. He used an 8 iron from 163 yards away. The witnesses were Jim Birch, Ray Nutter and Steve Zirger.

n Steve Bernard and Mike Gibson are tied for first place with 124 points in the second half of the Phat Cakes Par Tee League. Dan Mathias is in second place with 121 points. Adam Brown and Ray Nutter posted the low rounds with 38. The skins winner was Andy Beebe. Prize winners included Andy Halcomb (pin shot No. 5), Jack Rose (Pin shot No. 8), Brown (proximity Shot No. 2), Tim Cessna (long drive No. 3), Gibson (long putt No. 7) and Nutter (low putts).

SENECA EAST: All-Sport passes for high school and junior high home events are now available. Family passes cost $350 (2 adults and all K-12 children in the same househould), adult pass $150, and student pass $100. Senior citizens can request a free pass (requirement of age 65 and older and a resident of the school district). For more information contact Doug Mason, athletic director, at (419) 426-1855 or email domason@se-tigers.com.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports(at)advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3274, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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 VOLLEYBALL: Calvert downed Emmanuel Christian, 25-6, 25-12, in its season opener Monday. Sara Welter served four aces in the first set. Sophie Burtis had 10 assists, Maria Goshe added four kills, Mallory Nielsen had three kills, Claire Thompson added five digs and Ashley Reinhart finished with three digs.

n Lauren Theis recorded 11 assists for New Riegel, but the Blue Jackets fell to Colonel Crawford, 25-22, 25-20 on Tuesday. Madalyn Reinhart added seven assists and four digs for New Riegel (0-2), while Jacqueline Lininger ended with five kills and four digs.

JV GOLF: Luke Musil led Columbian with a 43 and to a 188-218 victory over Willard at Seneca Hills on Tuesday. Kevin Hoppes shot a 44, Noah Widman had a 49 and Logan Gardner finished with a 52 for the Tornadoes. Collin McKelvey fired a 52 for Willard, while it got 55s from Derek Wilson and Graham Weirs and a 56 from Mitchell Carnahan.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Old Fort beat Edison 25-7, 25-13 and Clyde 25-13, 25-20. Madi Guth led the way with 11 kills, eight assists, seven aces and six digs, Laini Gillett had six assists and four kills and Jenna Clouse tallied four kills, four digs and three aces.

JV TENNIS: Clyde’s Addie Martin, Bree Dowling, Alayna Barrera, Saylor Meyer, Madi Bannister, Lakotah Cagle, Siera Hisey and Mary Wilkerson were all winners against Oak Harbor on Tuesday.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Seneca East’s seventh grade beat Buckeye Central 25-5, 25-8. Tori Fritz led the charge with seven aces and two kills, Katrina Kagy tossed up six assists and Jess Bowerman lined five kills.

n Buckeye Central’s eighth grade beat Seneca East 25-21, 25-16. Gwen Johnston and Mallory Beamer both served three aces for Seneca East, with Johnston adding four kills and Beamer chipping in five assists and two kills. Megan Rife backed them with four kills, two aces and two digs.

n Old Fort’s seventh grade beat Danbury 25-10, 25-12, thanks to Emily Hull’s nine aces, Riley Lehner’s six aces and Jordan Reineck’s five aces.

n Ashtyn Sebetto lined six aces and tossed up two assists as Old Fort’s eighth grade beat Danbury 25-7, 25-8. Ashlyn Magers added five assists and Bailey Hull lined four kills and two blocks.

GOLF: Glenn Platt, Skip Halcomb, Larry Schalk, Ron Burkett and Dave Welly shot 9 under to win the Bump’s Tuesday Retiree Traveling outing at Green Hills. Next week’s outing has been changed to Valley View Golf Club near Galion beginning at 10 a.m. Players should sign up before 9:45 a.m.

n Marc Lee and Troy Keller are tied with Ron Frank and Chuck Ritzler with 112 points with one week left in the Men’s Catholic League at Seneca Hills. Aaron Gooding, Adam Smith and Jeff Meier all shot low gross with 36s. Gooding shot a 29 for low net score.

BOWLING: The Wednesday Morning League meets Wednesday at 9 a.m. at Heritage Lanes. Teams and individuals are invited. The league starts Sept. 9.

n The Twilight League meets Friday at 7 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. The mixed league bowls on Fridays at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call Steve Steinmetz Sr. at (419) 618-6510 or Heritage Lanes at (419) 447-8854.

n The Rocket League meets Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. Individuals and five-person teams are welcome. For more information, call Dave Coppus at (419) 937-2774 or John Klingshirn at (419) 443-0173.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3274, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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 VOLLEYBALL: Fostoria beat Toledo Waite 25-10, 25-18.

JV GOLF: Matt Klepper led Columbian with a 48 against Perkins on Monday, while teammate Luke Musil had a 49, Colin Burkett added a 50 and Noah Widman carded a 55.

n Luke Vaughn fired a 43 to help Carey defeat Upper Sandusky 190-205 at Bob’s Countryside on Monday. Easton Roark added a 45 for the Blue Devils, while Jordan Dasher and Dylan Quail both had a 51. Adam Kessler led the Rams with a 49, while teammate Brett Bianchi carded a 50, Logan Dickerson had a 52 and Alec MaGinn and Issac Hurley shot 54s.

n Seneca East upended Buckeye Central 202-215, with Kyal Siesel shooting a 47 and Dylan Kalb adding a 49. Blake Miller chipped in a 51 for the Tigers and Jaden Love had a 55. The Bucks got a 52 from Jared Clark, twin 54s from Nicholas Ratliff and Nike Fike and a 55 from Carter Daniel.

JV TENNIS: Upper Sandusky won all of its matches against Columbian. Rene Vent claimed a singles win, with doubles victories coming from the duos of Amanda Dierkes and Shelby Passet, Rachel Crawford and Hannah Ziegler, Samantha Fagan and Mady West; Abby Davidson and Jodi Smalley, and Abbey Wenger and Malena Davis.

BOWLING: The Wednesday Morning League meets Wednesday at 9 a.m. at Heritage Lanes. Teams and individuals are invited. The league starts Sept. 9.

n The Twilight League will meet Friday at 7 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. The mixed league bowls on Fridays at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call Steve Steinmetz Sr. at (419) 618-6510 or Heritage Lanes at (419) 447-8854.

n The Rocket League meets Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Heritage Lanes. Individuals and five-person teams are welcome. For more information, call Dave Coppus at (419) 937-2774 or John Klingshirn at (419) 443-0173.

GOLF: Glenn Platt, Rufus Tyree, Bob Barchus and Ken Zeop shot 3 under to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Barchus (long putt No. 12) and Platt (closest to the pin No. 16). Platt and Dick Best each shot a 34 to share the low gross honor.

n Linda Phares and Debbie Gerschutz lead the Baumann Women’s Monday Night Scramble League at Clinton Heights.

n Dave Gase leads Josh Predieri 31 1/2-29 1/2 in the third session of the Napoli Pizza League, with Al Beam and Tony Latona tied for third with 28 1/2 points. Latona shot a 37 for the low gross and tied Dave Roessner for the low net with a 31. Prizes went to Dave Snyder (closest in two No. 1), Lou Brickner (long putt No. 9, closest to pin No. 5), Predieri (long drive No. 3) and Dan Colatruglio (closest to 150 marker No. 7).

n Keith Breighner and Larry Shock, winners of the third session, will play points leaders Craig Neifer and Jimmy Carter in one playoff while the other playoff will pit first third winners Mike Hampp and Ted Rombach against second third winners Skip Halcomb and Fred Smith on Monday in the Clinton Heights Reineke Two-Man Scramble League.

n The second annual Teresa Kessler Memorial Scholarship Big Cup Scramble will be held at 9 a.m. Sept. 26 at Seneca Hills. The entry fee is $50 per person, which includes golf, a cart, lunch and Holes in one contests. All holes except par 3s will have an eight-inch cup. For reservations, call (419) 595-2756 or (419) 310-0553.

n The seventh annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Scramble at Clinton Heights seeks hole sponsors. Cost is $25. Donations of door prizes and raffle items are also being sought. The event is Sept. 13. For more information or to donate items, call (419) 689-1665 or (419) 618-0917 or email prostatecancerawareness2005@gmail.com.

BASEBALL: The FBR Hitmen are holding private tryouts for the 10U and 11U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Joshua Delp at (419) 680-2843 or fremontbattingcage@att.net or Robert George at (787) 948-3817 or rgeorgebaseball(at)yahoo.com.

SOFTBALL: The FBR Bomb Squad is holding private tryouts for the 12U and 14U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Stacy Honacker at (419) 366-4204 or stacyh2124(at)gmail.com for 12U, and Ashley Saionz at (419) 463-4464 or saionzal@gmail.com.

JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY: Calvert’s Chris Laney ran third (14:20) in the Northwest Ohio Catholic Schools Association boys meet at Maumee Bay State Park.

Briefs

EDITOR’S NOTE: Due to an error, a wrong page was published in Saturday’s edition. All pertinent information from that day is being run on this page.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3274, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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 GOLF: Norwalk edged Bellevue 181-182. Jacob Tiell sparked Bellevue with a 43, Jacob Volkman shot a 44, Joe Wetten had a 45 and Garrett Vickery ended with a 50.

n Shelby claimed a tight race for the title at the Reineke Seneca Hills Invitational. The Whippets shot a 363 while Columbian edged Norwalk 366-367 for second in the nine-team event. Carey took fifth (384) and Bellevue came in sixth (416). Collin Burkett’s 87 led the runner-up Tornadoes, Matt Klepper shot a 91, Luke Musil had a 93 and Kevin Hoppes added a 95. Greg Gase (103) and Braden Brown (104) also played for TC. Carey got a 92 from Dylan Quail, 95 from Easton Roark, 98 from Jordan Dasher and 99 from Luke Vaughn, with Wes Lear (103) and Dylan Grothaus (114) also competing. Dalton Buck shot a 96 for Bellevue, Zach Eskins had a 101, Connor Rospert ended with a 108 and Garrett Vickery added a 111. Jakob Sumser (118) and George Schaffer (131) also played for the Redmen.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Old Fort dropped its first two matches of the year, falling 25-22, 25-17 to Willard and 25-18, 25-15 to Clyde. Sarah Hossler (2 kills) tallied six digs and five aces for Old Fort, and Sydney Hossler had eight digs and seven kills.

n Margaretta beat New Riegel 25-12, 25-5. Lauren Theis paced New Riegel with six digs and three kills, Sarah Schalk lined three kills and Madalyn Reinhart had four digs and three kills.

n Fostoria beat Toledo Scott 25-19, 25-9.

n Maisen Machiusi smacked 12 kills and eight aces as Seneca East beat Mansfield Christian 25-13, 25-9 and Plymouth 25-12, 25-14. Madison Miller added eight kills, eight digs and seven aces for the Tigers and Jillian Allgyre had 18 assists and seven aces.

n Upper Sandusky beat McComb 25-18, 25-13.

n St. Wendelin beat Carey 12-25, 25-21, 25-18 and North Baltimore 26-24, 25-15.

GOLF: Herb Love, Fred Smith, Dave Pernell and Jim Sherwood shot 8 under to win the Friday Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Smith (closest in one No. 14), Dave Fraley (closest in three No. 17) and Tom Holmer (long putt No. 10). Bum Farr, Dave Welly and Pernell tied for the closest in two at No. 12 honor.

n The seventh annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Scramble at Clinton Heights seeks hole sponsors. Cost is $25. Donations of door prizes and raffle items are also being sought. The event is Sept. 13. For more information or to donate items, call (419) 689-1665 or (419) 618-0917 or email prostatecancerawareness2005@gmail.com.

n The winning team of Herb Love, Fred Smith, Dave Pernell and Jim Sherwood shot 8-under par in the Friday Senior Golfing League at Clinton Heights Golf Course. Other prize winners were Smith (closest in one No. 14), Bum Farr, Dave Welly and Pernell (closest in two No. 12), Dave Fraley (closest in three No. 17) and Tom Holmer (longest putt No. 10).

BASEBALL: The FBR Hitmen are holding private tryouts for the 10U and 11U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Joshua Delp at (419) 680-2843 or fremontbattingcage@att.net or Robert George at (787) 948-3817 or rgeorgebaseball@yahoo.com.

SOFTBALL: The FBR Bomb Squad is holding private tryouts for the 12U and 14U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Stacy Honacker at (419) 366-4204 or stacyh2124@gmail.com for 12U, and Ashley Saionz at (419) 463-4464 or saionzal@gmail.com.

RACING: Byron Reed won the O’Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprint Feature on the last lap Friday at Attica Raceway Park. Reed, a six-time track champion, earned his 31st career victory at Attica. Doug Drown picked up his seventh win of the year at Attica in the Summit Racing Equipment UMP Late Model feature. Steve Rando took to the outside lane in the Foster’s Auto Body 305 sprint feature and gained the lead with three laps to go to get his first win of the year. Eric Devanna got his first win of the season, holding off Brian Arnold in the Fremont Fence Dirt Trucks. Attica Raceway Park will be back in action Friday as the Mark Keegan Classic Season Championship Night gets underway. Double points are on the line to determine who wears the coveted Attica Raceway Park crowns for all four divisions.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3274, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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.

GOLF: The second annual Teresa Kessler Memorial Scholarship Big Cup Scramble will be held at 9 a.m. Sept. 26 at Seneca Hills. The entry fee is $50 per person, which includes golf, a cart, lunch and Holes in one contests. All holes except par 3s will have an eight-inch cup. For reservations, call (419) 595-2756 or (419) 310-0553.

n The seventh annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Scramble at Clinton Heights seeks hole sponsors. Cost is $25. Donations of door prizes and raffle items are also being sought. The event is Sept. 13. For more information or to donate items, call (419) 689-1665 or (419) 618-0917 or email prostatecancerawareness2005@gmail.com.

BASEBALL: The FBR Hitmen are holding private tryouts for the 10U and 11U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Joshua Delp at (419) 680-2843 or fremontbattingcage@att.net or Robert George at (787) 948-3817 or rgeorgebaseball@yahoo.com.

SOFTBALL: The FBR Bomb Squad is holding private tryouts for the 12U and 14U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Stacy Honacker at (419) 366-4204 or stacyh2124@gmail.com for 12U, and Ashley Saionz at (419) 463-4464 or saionzal@gmail.com.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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.

GOLF: David Schneider and Jake Mowery lead the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday Night League at Clinton Heights with 34 points. Steve Reinhart was closest in two on No. 2, while John Paradiso had the longest drive on No. 4 and the long putt on No. 6. Jim Carter was closest in three on No. 9.

n Shaun Bloom and Jeff Wank beat Bob Haver and Scott Haver 7-3 in one semifinal, and Len Goshe and Howard Hohman beat Phil Huss and Ryan Huss 6-4 in the other in the Steyer Seed Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights.

n Merle Krauss, Dutch Edebern, Brian Krauss, Jim Immele and Dave Everhart shot 4 under to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Dave Parnell (long putt No. 4) and Brian Krauss (closest to pin No. 6).

n Jane Birch leads the Thursday Clark Construction Ladies League at Clinton Heights with 38 1/2 points, while Sandy Benner and Tammy Seasly are tied for second with 38 points each. Prizes went to Geri Hammer (long putt No. 7) and Birch (closest to pin No. 5).

n The team of Carol Shook, Dottie Smith and Barb Kuhn won the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League year-end scramble Tuesday. Linda Phares, Linda Reinhart and LouAnn Edeburn took second, while Carla Siebenaller, Georgene Miccichi and Marge Kirian ended third. Fall open golf begins at 9 a.m. Aug. 25. New golfers are welcome. Call Debbie Gerschutz at (419) 939-3879 with any questions.

n The seventh annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Scramble at Clinton Heights seeks hole sponsors. Cost is $25. Donations of door prizes and raffle items are also being sought. The event is Sept. 13. For more information or to donate items, call (419) 689-1665 or (419) 618-0917 or email prostatecancerawareness2005@gmail.com.

JV TENNIS: Lakotah Cagle and Siera Hisey won matches for Clyde against Perkins.

n Columbian got doubles wins against Norwalk from Katie Smith and Brenna Saum, Olivia Kramer and Sophie Crist, and Rylee Rucklos and Dallas Harper.

* Upper Sandusky won five of its six doubles matches against Marion Pleasant. Wins came from Kayla Gault and Hannah Ziegler, Amanda Dierkes and Shelby Passet, Abby Davidson and Jodi Smalley, Carli Pinion and Nikki Bell, and Sarah Dierkes and Julie Cazares. Rachel Crawford and Sam Fagan fell in their doubles match.

BASEBALL: The FBR Hitmen are holding private tryouts for the 10U and 11U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Joshua Delp at (419) 680-2843 or fremontbattingcage@att.net or Robert George at (787) 948-3817 or rgeorgebaseball@yahoo.com.

SOFTBALL: The FBR Bomb Squad is holding private tryouts for the 12U and 14U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Stacy Honacker at (419) 366-4204 or stacyh2124@gmail.com for 12U, and Ashley Saionz at (419) 463-4464 or saionzal@gmail.com.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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.

GOLF: David Schneider and Jake Mowery lead the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday Night League at Clinton Heights with 34 points. Steve Reinhart was closest in two on No. 2, while John Paradiso had the longest drive on No. 4 and the long putt on No. 6. Jim Carter was closest in three on No. 9.

n Shaun Bloom and Jeff Wank beat Bob Haver and Scott Haver 7-3 in one semifinal, and Len Goshe and Howard Hohman beat Phil Huss and Ryan Huss 6-4 in the other in the Steyer Seed Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights.

n Merle Krauss, Dutch Edebern, Brian Krauss, Jim Immele and Dave Everhart shot 4 under to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Dave Parnell (long putt No. 4) and Brian Krauss (closest to pin No. 6).

n Jane Birch leads the Thursday Clark Construction Ladies League at Clinton Heights with 38 1/2 points, while Sandy Benner and Tammy Seasly are tied for second with 38 points each. Prizes went to Geri Hammer (long putt No. 7) and Birch (closest to pin No. 5).

n The team of Carol Shook, Dottie Smith and Barb Kuhn won the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League year-end scramble Tuesday. Linda Phares, Linda Reinhart and LouAnn Edeburn took second, while Carla Siebenaller, Georgene Miccichi and Marge Kirian ended third. Fall open golf begins at 9 a.m. Aug. 25. New golfers are welcome. Call Debbie Gerschutz at (419) 939-3879 with any questions.

n The seventh annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Scramble at Clinton Heights seeks hole sponsors. Cost is $25. Donations of door prizes and raffle items are also being sought. The event is Sept. 13. For more information or to donate items, call (419) 689-1665 or (419) 618-0917 or email prostatecancerawareness2005@gmail.com.

JV TENNIS: Lakotah Cagle and Siera Hisey won matches for Clyde against Perkins.

n Columbian got doubles wins against Norwalk from Katie Smith and Brenna Saum, Olivia Kramer and Sophie Crist, and Rylee Rucklos and Dallas Harper.

* Upper Sandusky won five of its six doubles matches against Marion Pleasant. Wins came from Kayla Gault and Hannah Ziegler, Amanda Dierkes and Shelby Passet, Abby Davidson and Jodi Smalley, Carli Pinion and Nikki Bell, and Sarah Dierkes and Julie Cazares. Rachel Crawford and Sam Fagan fell in their doubles match.

BASEBALL: The FBR Hitmen are holding private tryouts for the 10U and 11U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Joshua Delp at (419) 680-2843 or fremontbattingcage@att.net or Robert George at (787) 948-3817 or rgeorgebaseball@yahoo.com.

SOFTBALL: The FBR Bomb Squad is holding private tryouts for the 12U and 14U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Stacy Honacker at (419) 366-4204 or stacyh2124@gmail.com for 12U, and Ashley Saionz at (419) 463-4464 or saionzal@gmail.com.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via email at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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.

GOLF: The seventh annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Scramble at Clinton Heights seeks hole sponsors. Cost is $25. Donations of door prizes and raffle items are also being sought. The event is Sept. 13. For more information or to donate items, call (419) 689-1665 or (419) 618-0917 or email prostatecancerawareness2005@gmail.com.

n Bob Grothaus and Tom Miller won the Amvets League Team Championship at Seneca Hills Wednesday. The win was uncontested since they won both halves of the schedule. The league will continue for two more weeks with two-man best ball next week and a shamble the following week, including the closing luncheon at the Amvets Restaurant. Hole winners were Paul Hannay (long putt No. 1), Lowell Hosler (closest in two No. 3) and Miller (long putt No. 4).

n The winning Senior Golfing League teams of Ted Rombach, Frank Callahan, Howard Hohman and Bob Waltermeir and Gary Espajo, John Powell, Bill Dunlap and Keith Breighner were both 8-under par at Clinton Heights on Wednesday. Prize hole winners were Hohman (closest in one No. 5), Harry Smith (closest in two No. 3), Dunlap and Hohman (closest in three No. 9) and Gary Clouse (longest putt No. 7).

n The teams of Todd Young and Todd Harris and Rick Steiner and Jim Reinhart are tied with a record of 3-1 in the last third of the Monday night Jeffrey Jeweler Best Ball League at Seneca Hills. Steiner and Reinhart also matched Fred Smith and Gary Lynch for the low round of the week with a 34. Field prizes were won by Rob Ritzler (closest to pin No. 13) and Denny Krupp (closest to pin in two No. 15).

JV GOLF: Columbian’s Logan Gardner and Matt Klepper both shot a 50 against Ontario. Gardner tallied three pars in his nine holes.

BELLEVUE: Redmen football reserve tickets are still being sold. Prices are $35 for adults; $28 for parents of football players, cheerleaders or marching band members; $25 for senior citizens; and $20 for K-12 students. Those who pay an additional $1 per game can reserve the same seat for all five home football games. Tickets are available in the high school office 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

n Passes are being sold for any high school or middle school athletic events in the fall. Prices are $55 for adults and $25 for students. Those who pay an extra $5 can also reserve football tickets. Tickets are available in the high school office 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

BASEBALL: The FBR Hitmen are holding private tryouts for the 10U and 11U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Joshua Delp at (419) 680-2843 or fremontbattingcage(at)att.net or Robert George at (787) 948-3817 or rgeorgebaseball(at)yahoo.com.

SOFTBALL: The FBR Bomb Squad is holding private tryouts for the 12U and 14U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Stacy Honacker at (419) 366-4204 or stacyh2124@gmail.com for 12U, and Ashley Saionz at (419) 463-4464 or saionzal@gmail.com.

BOWLING: The organizational meeting for the Alley Cats bowling league is at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Heritage Lanes.There are openings for new five-person teams. Call (419) 937-5196 with any questions.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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 GOLF: Norwalk beat Columbian 188-197. Matt Klepper’s 48 paced TC, and Logan Gardner had a 49.

JV TENNIS: Columbian’s Sam Krintzline, Brenna Saum, Cassie Stockner and Gabbie Roszman all won singles matches against Sandusky. The TC duos of Olivia Kramer and Sophie Crist, Kiersten Holman and Dallas Harper, and Marina Pennycuff and Maddie Gunder also each won.

GOLF: Jim Lee and Eric Lee lead the final third of the Men’s Catholic League at Seneca Hills with 97 points. Mark Miller fired a 34 for the low gross. Mike Porter, Marc Lee, Andy Howard and Mike Reamer all shot a 31 to tie for the low net.

n Ray Trautman leads Greg Molyet 369-368 in the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League. Prizes went to Kevin Guth (long putt), Jim Dillard (closest to pin No. 7) and Dave Feller (closest in two No. 9).

n Larry Goodman, George Sauber, Dick Hull and P.J. Hufford shot 11 under to win the Bump’s Tuesday Traveling Group event at Colonial Golf Club. Next week’s outing is at Green Hills in Clyde at 9 a.m.

n Clinton Heights will host the seventh annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Scramble Sept. 13. Cost is $40 per player. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m., with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. For more information, call (419) 689-1665 or (419) 618-0917 or email prostatecancerawareness2005@gmail.com.

n The seventh annual Prostate Cancer Awareness Scramble at Clinton Heights seeks hole sponsors. Cost is $25. Donations of door prizes and raffle items are also being sought. The event is Sept. 13. For more information or to donate items, call (419) 689-1665 or (419) 618-0917 or email prostatecancerawareness2005@gmail.com.

BELLEVUE: Redmen football reserve tickets are still being sold. Prices are $35 for adults; $28 for parents of football players, cheerleaders or marching band members; $25 for senior citizens; and $20 for K-12 students. Those who pay an additional $1 per game can reserve the same seat for all five home football games. Tickets are available in the high school office 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

* Passes are being sold for any high school or middle school athletic events in the fall. Prices are $55 for adults and $25 for students. Those who pay an extra $5 can also reserve football tickets. Tickets are available in the high school office 7 a.m.-3 p.m.

BASEBALL: The FBR Hitmen are holding private tryouts for the 10U and 11U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Joshua Delp at (419) 680-2843 or fremontbattingcage(at)att.net or Robert George at (787) 948-3817 or rgeorgebaseball(at)yahoo.com.

SOFTBALL: The FBR Bomb Squad is holding private tryouts for the 12U and 14U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Stacy Honacker at (419) 366-4204 or stacyh2124(at)gmail.com for 12U, and Ashley Saionz at (419) 463-4464 or saionzal@gmail.com.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.). All other events (junior varsity, freshman, youth, recreational, etc.) must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. 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 GOLF: Columbian’s Savannah Barnett shared medalist honors with Lexington’s Baylee Davis, with both shooting a 57. Ashley Huntington added a 71 for TC.

n Ty Halcomb fired a 54 and Aaron Hohman shot a 55 to guide New Riegel past St. Wendelin 230-250. Allan Acree backed it with a 60 and Nate Mack had a 61. St. Wendelin got a 56 from Olivia Zimmerman, 59 from Cyle Smith, 66 from Nick Weaver and 69 from Baley Reiter.

GOLF: Linda Phares and Debbie Gerschutz lead the Baumann Women’s Monday Night Scramble League at Clinton Heights with 60 1/2 points. Prizes went to Erica Gordon (closest to pin No. 11), Phares (long putt No. 11) and Pam Moyer (closest to pin No. 14).

n Gary Hohman, Rufus Tyree, Brian Krauss and Paul R. Frey shot 2 under to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Jeff Wise and Dick Best shot a 35 for the low gross. Prizes went to Tyree (closest to the pin No. 2) and Hohman (long putt No. 7).

n Dave Gase and Barth King lead Daryl Elchert and Harold Brickner 16-14 in the Thursday Night K of C League. Skins went to Gase and King at No. 5, and Greg Tiell and Carey Herzog at No. 8. Prizes went to Gase (closest to pin No. 5), Scott Swartz (closest in two No. 6) and Ken Ritzler (long putt No. 9).

n In the Reineke Two Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights, Larry Shock and Keith Breighner lead the last third with 33 points. Craig Neifer and Jim Carter lead the last playoff spot with 88 points for the year. Jon Eakin was closest to the pin in one on No. 11, while Joe Martorana was closest in two on No. 12. John Armstrong was closest in three on No. 17 and Ted Rombach had the long putt on No. 13.

BASEBALL: The FBR Hitmen are holding private tryouts for the 10U and 11U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Joshua Delp at (419) 680-2843 or fremontbattingcage@att.net or Robert George at (787) 948-3817 or rgeorgebaseball@yahoo.com.

SOFTBALL: The FBR Bomb Squad is holding private tryouts for the 12U and 14U teams. For more information or to set up a tryout, contact Stacy Honacker at (419) 366-4204 or stacyh2124@gmail.com for 12U, and Ashley Saionz at (419) 463-4464 or saionzal@gmail.com.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.) All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. 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 GOLF: Drew Erdmann fired an 81 and Kyle Geary shot an 84 to lead Bellevue to third Friday at the Willard Invitational with a 351. Tournament officials did not turn in results Friday. Cody Snyder added an 88 for Bellevue and Nolan Myer had a 98. Upper Sandusky took fifth (360) and Buckeye Central ended seventh (379). Zane Kitzler led Upper Sandusky with an 87, Turner Dilley shot an 88, Tommy Martin had a 90 and Robert Kinley had a 95. Buckeye Central got an 86 from Tanner Zaebst, 88 from Dillon Weithman, 99 from Dalton Sheaffer and 106 from Wyatt Delarber.

GOLF: The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland Golf Course with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

n The third annual Tiffin-Seneca United Way Outing is Sept. 12 at Seneca Hills. Registration begins at 7:45 a.m. With an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. To pre-register, call (419) 448-0355 or visit www(dot)tiffin-seneca-unitedway.org. Cost is $200 per team, and includes 18 holes of golf with cart, bucket of practice balls, lunch for Four (brats and burgers, two drink tickets per person), door prizes, skins, 50/50, mulligans, hole contest prizes and more.

n Owens Community College Alumni Association will host its 13th annual Classic 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 21 at Belmont Country Club in Perrysburg. Lunch is at 1:15 p.m., with dinner at 6 p.m. For more information or to register a four-person team, call (567) 661-7876 or visit www.owens.edu/alumni.

n Mike Gibson leads Dan Mathias 104-103 in the second half of the Phat Cakes Par Tee League. Jason Galitza took the low round with a 39. Skins went to Galitza and Andy Halcomb. Prizes went to Tony Consolo (pin shot No. 11), Ray Nutter (long putt No. 17), Galitza (proximity shot No. 12), Brandon Procaccini (long drive No. 18) and Brian Perrine (best poker hand, long drive No. 13).

PUNT, PASS & KICK: Geary Family YMCA in Fostoria will host an NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 22 at Fostoria Memorial Stadium for boys and girls age 6-15. Entry forms are available at the YMCA and at nflppk.com. For more information, call Greg Flores at (419) 435-6608.?

FOOTBALL: Tiffin City Schools will sponsor a flag football league for second through sixth grade boys and girls this fall. Registration runs 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 22 and 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. For more information, visit the school district’s website or Facebook page or send an E-mail to tiffinflagfootball@gmail.com.?

RUNNING: Edison High’s cross country team, in conjunction with the Milan Melon Festival, will sponsor the 42nd annual Fisher-Titus Medical Center 5K and Fun Run races Sept. 7. The one-mile fun run starts at 8:30 a.m., with the 5K at 9 a.m. The race takes place at Milan Elementary School on State Route 601. It costs $15 to pre-register, and $20 the day of the race, with T-shirts to the first 450 entries. For more information, call Randy Foster at (419) 961-0243.

COLUMBIAN: Columbian seeks a head swimming coach and an assistant girls basketball coach. Contact Athletic Director Derek Lewis at (419) 448-5224 or derek_lewis@tiffincityschools.org.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON: Hopewell-Loudon seeks junior varsity girls softball and junior high girls basketball coaches. For more information, contact Tony Swanagan at bswanagan@hlschool.net.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s meet the team night Monday and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25-event pass costs $125, a 10-event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

UPPER SANDUSKY: All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m., unless there are extenuating circumstances (overtime, late start, etc.) All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. 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.

GOLF: The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland Golf Course with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

n The third annual Tiffin-Seneca United Way Outing is Sept. 12 at Seneca Hills. Registration begins at 7:45 a.m. With an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. To pre-register, call (419) 448-0355 or visit www(dot)tiffin-seneca-unitedway.org. Cost is $200 per team, and includes 18 holes of golf with cart, bucket of practice balls, lunch for Four (brats and burgers, two drink tickets per person), door prizes, skins, 50/50, mulligans, hole contest prizes and more.

n Owens Community College Alumni Association will host its 13th annual Classic 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 21 at Belmont Country Club in Perrysburg. Lunch is at 1:15 p.m., with dinner at 6 p.m. For more information or to register a four-person team, call (567) 661-7876 or visit www.owens.edu/alumni.

PUNT, PASS & KICK: Geary Family YMCA in Fostoria will host an NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 22 at Fostoria Memorial Stadium for boys and girls age 6-15. Entry forms are available at the YMCA and at nflppk.com. For more information, call Greg Flores at (419) 435-6608.?

FOOTBALL: Tiffin City Schools will sponsor a flag football league for second through sixth grade boys and girls this fall. Registration runs 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 22 and 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. For more information, visit the school district’s website or Facebook page or send an E-mail to tiffinflagfootball@gmail.com.?

RUNNING: Edison High’s cross country team, in conjunction with the Milan Melon Festival, will sponsor the 42nd annual Fisher-Titus Medical Center 5K and Fun Run races Sept. 7. The one-mile fun run starts at 8:30 a.m., with the 5K at 9 a.m. The race takes place at Milan Elementary School on State Route 601. It costs $15 to pre-register, and $20 the day of the race, with T-shirts to the first 450 entries. For more information, call Randy Foster at (419) 961-0243.

COLUMBIAN: Columbian seeks a head swimming coach and an assistant girls basketball coach. Contact Athletic Director Derek Lewis at (419) 448-5224 or derek_lewis@tiffincityschools.org.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON: Hopewell-Loudon seeks junior varsity girls softball and junior high girls basketball coaches. For more information, contact Tony Swanagan at bswanagan@hlschool.net.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s meet the team night Monday and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25-event pass costs $125, a 10-event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

UPPER SANDUSKY: All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school today.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

SANDUSKY BAY CONFERENCE: Tickets for middle school events are $3 for adults and $2 for students for volleyball, football, basketball, wrestling and track. Tournament admission costs $4 for adults and $2 for students.

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 in that day by 10:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Results can be turned in via E-mail at sports@advertiser-tribune.com, fax at (419) 447-3472, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in a drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. 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 TENNIS: Upper Sandusky’s Kayla Gault won a singles match and the duo of Amanda Dierkes and Shelby Passett claimed a doubles win against River Valley. The doubles teams of Carli Pinion and Rachel Crawford, Abbey Wenger and Malena Davis, and Jamie Gottfried and Laura Stauffer all lost.

GOLF: The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland Golf Course with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

n The third annual Tiffin-Seneca United Way Outing is Sept. 12 at Seneca Hills. Registration begins at 7:45 a.m. With an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. To pre-register, call (419) 448-0355 or visit www.tiffin-seneca-unitedway.org. Cost is $200 per team, and includes 18 holes of golf with cart, bucket of practice balls, lunch for Four (brats and burgers, two drink tickets per person), door prizes, skins, 50/50, mulligans, hole contest prizes and more.

n Owens Community College Alumni Association will host its 13th annual Classic 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 21 at Belmont Country Club in Perrysburg. Lunch is at 1:15 p.m., with dinner at 6 p.m. For more information or to register a four-person team, call (567) 661-7876 or visit www.owens.edu/alumni.

n Ed Lutz, Fred Smith, Gary Kroeger, Lou Greiselding and Skip Halcomb tied Carl Rainey, Bum Farr, Bill Powell and Dave Kirby at 8 under to win the Friday Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Dave Seislove (closest in one No. 11), Jack Snay (closest in two No. 15, closest in three No. 17) and Greg Clouse (long putt No. 12).

PUNT, PASS & KICK: Geary Family YMCA in Fostoria will host an NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 22 at Fostoria Memorial Stadium for boys and girls age 6-15. Entry forms are available at the YMCA and at nflppk.com. For more information, call Greg Flores at (419) 435-6608.?

FOOTBALL: Tiffin City Schools will sponsor a flag football league for second through sixth grade boys and girls this fall. Registration runs 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 22 and 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. For more information, visit the school district’s website or Facebook page or send an E-mail to tiffinflagfootball@gmail.com.?

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is today at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com/coalitionforpf/tk-5k-walkrun-for-pulmonary-fibrosis. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, E-mail piratekin(at)gmail.com.?

n Edison High’s cross country team, in conjunction with the Milan Melon Festival, will sponsor the 42nd annual Fisher-Titus Medical Center 5K and Fun Run races Sept. 7. The one-mile fun run starts at 8:30 a.m., with the 5K at 9 a.m. The race takes place at Milan Elementary School on State Route 601. It costs $15 to pre-register, and $20 the day of the race, with T-shirts to the first 450 entries. For more information, call Randy Foster at (419) 961-0243.

COLUMBIAN: Columbian seeks a head swimming coach and an assistant girls basketball coach. Contact Athletic Director Derek Lewis at (419) 448-5224 or derek_lewis@tiffincityschools.org.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON: Hopewell-Loudon seeks junior varsity girls softball and junior high girls basketball coaches. For more information, contact Tony Swanagan at bswanagan@hlschool.net.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s meet the team night Monday and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25-event pass costs $125, a 10-event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

UPPER SANDUSKY: All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

SANDUSKY BAY CONFERENCE: Tickets for middle school events are $3 for adults and $2 for students for volleyball, football, basketball, wrestling and track. Tournament admission costs $4 for adults and $2 for students.

Briefs

HIGH SCHOOL GOLF: Buckeye Central finished 19th out of 22 teams Wednesday at the Port Clinton Invitational at Catawba Island Club.

Tanner Zaebst’s 90 led the Bucks, who wound up with a 429 team score.

Dillon Weithman shot a 99, Dalton Sheaffer had a 119 and Nicholas Ratliff added a 122. Wyatt Delarber (123) also competed for Buckeye Central.

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 in 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 TENNIS: Columbian’s Brenna Saum and Cassie Stockner won a doubles match against Fremont Ross.

GOLF: The third annual Tiffin-Seneca United Way Outing is Sept. 12 at Seneca Hills. Registration begins at 7:45 a.m. With an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. To pre-register, call (419) 448-0355 or visit www.tiffin-seneca-unitedway.org. Cost is $200 per team, and includes 18 holes of golf with cart, bucket of practice balls, lunch for Four (brats and burgers, two drink tickets per person), door prizes, skins, 50/50, mulligans, hole contest prizes and more.

n Tammy Seasly leads Jane Birch 33-32 in the Thursday Clark Construction Ladies League at Clinton Heights. Seasly ended closest in two at No. 12.

n Wayne Moore, Dave Fraley, Gene Sherer and Brian Krauss tied the team of Paul Hannay, Paul R. Fey, Gary Kroeger and Ray Krupp at 6 under to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Sherer (long putt No. 11) and Krupp (closest to the pin No. 18).

n Steve Peer and Tim Norville lead Doyle Magers and Mike Huffmon 23 1/2-22 1/2 in the North Division, while Chad Mattson and Denny Mattson hold a 31 1/2-29 lead on Ken Gooding and Brian Fox in the South Division with two weeks left to play in the Clinton Heights Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble Late Shift League. Prizes went to Will Rennels (long drive No. 1), Mark Smith (closest in two No. 3), Doug Strausser (long putt No. 6) and Mark Griffin (closest to pin No. 8). Skins went to John Carroll and Mike Carroll at No. 3, and tony Sherer and Mike Nedolast at No. 7.

n Josh Predieri leads Dave Gase 26 1/2-25 1/2 in the third session of the Napoli Pizza League at Clinton Heights. Al Beam is third with 22 points. Predieri shot a 37 for the low gross, while Beam fired a 28 for the low net. Prizes went to Lou Brickner (closest in two No. 13, closest to pin No. 14), Gase (long putt No. 10), Mike Hitchcock (long drive No. 13) and Predieri (closest to pin No. 11).

PUNT, PASS & KICK: Geary Family YMCA in Fostoria will host an NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 22 at Fostoria Memorial Stadium for boys and girls age 6-15. Entry forms are available at the YMCA and at nflppk.com. For more information, call Greg Flores at (419) 435-6608.?

FOOTBALL: Tiffin City Schools will sponsor a flag football league for second through sixth grade boys and girls this fall. Registration runs 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 22 and 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. For more information, visit the school district’s website or Facebook page or send an email to tiffinflagfootball@gmail.com.?

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Saturday at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com/coalitionforpf/tk-5k-walkrun-for-pulmonary-fibrosis. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, email piratekin@gmail.com.?

HOPEWELL-LOUDON: Hopewell-Loudon seeks junior varsity girls softball and junior high girls basketball coaches. For more information, contact Tony Swanagan at bswanagan@hlschool.net.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s meet the team night Monday and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25-event pass costs $125, a 10-event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

UPPER SANDUSKY: All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

SANDUSKY BAY CONFERENCE: Tickets for middle school events are $3 for adults and $2 for students for volleyball, football, basketball, wrestling and track. Tournament admission costs $4 for adults and $2 for students.

Briefs

JV TENNIS: Clyde’s Bree Dowling, Alayna Barrera, Alicia Klohn, Saylor Meyer, Madi Bannister, Lakotah Cagle, Siera Hisey and Mary Wilkerson picked up wins for Clyde against Fremont Ross.

n Upper Sanduaky’s Rene Vent had a singles win, and Amanda Dierkes and Shelby Passet scored a doubles win against Buckeye Valley.

n Columbian’s doubles teams of Brenna Saum and Cassie Stockner, Gabbi Roszman and Olivia Kramer, Sophie Crist and Kierstan Holman, Abby Reed and Regina Smith and Sam Krintzline and Dallas Harper all picked up wins against Bucyrus.

GOLF: In the Senior Golfing League at Clinton Heights, the team o f Jim Ruess, John Powell, Wes Fergeson and Skip Halcomb shot seven under to win. Carl Rainey was closest in one on No. 5, Howard Hohman were closest in two on No. 1, while Dave Combs was closest in three on No. 9. Ron Troxel had the longest pott on No. 4.?

n In the Amvets League at Seneca Hills, the team of Steve Schafer amnd Tim Mannas remain in first. Howard Elchert was closest to the hole on No. 3, while Bob Haefling had the long putt on No. 16 and Lowell Hossler had the long putt on No. 17.?

n In the Steyer Seed 2-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights, the team of Bob and Scott Haver defeated Russ Eborg and Scott Swartz 5 1/2-4 1/2 points. Shaun Bloom and Jeff Wank beat Dave Snyder and Adam Schmucker 6 1/2-3 1/2 and Len Goshe and Howard Hohman topped Lou Brickner and Mike Theis, 6-4. Finally, Phil and Ryan Huss beat Drew Desjardins and Eric Wise, 7-3. The semifinals will be played next week.?

n In the PJ Brickhouse Golf League at Loudon Meadows, Dave Depinet shot a 37 for the low gross and 30 for the low net. Dan Reinhart was closest to the pin on No. 15. With two more league nights, John Schumm leads the last third with 70 points. Depinet is second and Tom Swanagan is third.

n The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland Golf Course with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

JV GOLF: Upper Sandusky’s Trevor Clifford shot a 47 in a match with Riverdale.?

n Carey’s Luke Vaughn shot a 51 at Birch Run.

PUNT, PASS & KICK: Geary Family YMCA in Fostoria will host an NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 22 at Fostoria Memorial Stadium for boys and girls age 6-15. Entry forms are available at the YMCA and at nflppk.com. For more information, call Greg Flores at (419) 435-6608.

FOOTBALL: Tiffin City Schools will sponsor a flag football league for second through sixth grade boys and girls this fall. Registration runs 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 22 and 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. For more information, visit the school district’s website or Facebook page or send an E-mail to tiffinflagfootball@gmail.com.?

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Saturday at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com/coalitionforpf/tk-5k-walkrun-for-pulmonary-fibrosis. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, E-mail piratekin@gmail.com.?

n On Sept. 7, the Edison High School cross country team, inconjunction with the Milan Melon Festival is sponsoring the 42nd annual Fisher-Titus Medical Center 5K and Fun Run races. A one-mile fun run will start at 8:30 a.m., with the 5K at 9 a.m. The race takes place at Milan Elementary School on State Rt. 601. It costs $15 to pre-register, and $20 the day of the race, with T-shirts to the first 450 entries. For more information, call Randy Foster at (419) 961-0243.

NEW RIEGEL: New Riegel will hold its mandatory OHSAA fall sports parent meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in the school’s audeteria. The meeting is for parents of seventh through 12th grade student-athletes.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON: Hopewell-Loudon seeks junior varsity girls softball and junior high girls basketball coaches. For more information, contact Tony Swanagan at bswanagan@hlschool.net.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s meet the team night Monday and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25-event pass costs $125, a 10-event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

UPPER SANDUSKY: All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

SANDUSKY BAY CONFERENCE: Tickets for middle school events are $3 for adults and $2 for students for volleyball, football, basketball, wrestling and track. Tournament admission costs $4 for adults and $2 for students.

Briefs

JV GOLF: Trevor Clifford shot a 51 to lead Upper Sandusky to a 215 at Lincoln Hills. Kenton did not field a team. Alec McGinn added a 53 for the Rams, Isaac Hurley shot a 54 and Clay Burger and Brett Bianci both tallied a 57.

GOLF: The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland, with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

n Eddie Lutz, Dick Hull, Herb Love, George Sauber and Mike Lewis shot 14 under to win the Bump’s Tuesday Traveling Group at Fostoria Country Club. Next week’s outing is at Colonial Golf Club near Ada at 9 a.m.

n In the Tuesday Morning Ladies Golf League, Carol Shook was closest in two on No. 10, while Barb Kuhn had the long putt on No. 12. Linda Lawrence was closest to the pin on No. 18.

n In the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi League, Mark and Dave Strausser lead with 31 points. Steve Rau had the long putt on No. 1. Tony Hufford was closest in two on No. 2. Rick Sanford was closest to the pin on No. 4.

PUNT, PASS & KICK: Geary Family YMCA in Fostoria will host an NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 22 at Fostoria Memorial Stadium for boys and girls age 6-15. Entry forms are available at the YMCA and at nflppk.com. For more information, call Greg Flores at (419) 435-6608.

FOOTBALL: Tiffin City Schools will sponsor a flag football league for second through sixth grade boys and girls this fall. Registration runs 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 22 and 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. For more information, visit the school district’s website or Facebook page or send an email to tiffinflagfootball@gmail.com.

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Saturday at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving(dot)com/coalitionforpf/tk-5k-walkrun-for-pulmonary-fibrosis. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, E-mail piratekin(at)gmail.com.

NEW RIEGEL: New Riegel will hold its mandatory OHSAA fall sports parent meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in the school’s audeteria. The meeting is for parents of seventh through 12th grade student-athletes.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON: Hopewell-Loudon seeks junior varsity girls softball and junior high girls basketball coaches. For more information, contact Tony Swanagan at bswanagan@hlschool.net.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s meet the team night Monday and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25-event pass costs $125, a 10-event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

UPPER SANDUSKY: All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

SANDUSKY BAY CONFERENCE: Tickets for middle school events are $3 for adults and $2 for students for volleyball, football, basketball, wrestling and track. Tournament admission costs $4 for adults and $2 for students.

Briefs

GOLF: The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland, with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

n Dave Gase and Greg Gase are tied with Andy Hess and Paul Motorana for the lead in the Thursday K of C League with 7 1/2 points. Jeff Welty and Phil Hoerig earned a skin at No. 17. Prizes went to Tony Arend (long drive No. 10), Jerry Schlick (long putt No. 16) and Hoerig (closest in three No. 17).

n Dave Combs, Steve Benard, Tom Holmer and Steve Meier shot 6 under to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Ken Zeop (long putt No. 10) and George Sauber (closest to pin No. 16). Larry Wilson fired a 33 for the low gross.

n Herb Love, John Armstrong, Greg Clouse and Lloyd Straub shot 8 under to win the Friday Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Dave Fraley (closest in one No. 14), Dutch Edebern (closest in two No. 10), Dave Combs (closest in three No. 17) and Straub (long putt No. 13).

n Herb Love, 75, shot an 18-hole score of 75 at Clinton Heights Golf Course Sunday.

n In the Clinton Heights Monday Morning Reineke 2-Man Scramble, Mike Hampp and Ted Rombach won the first third, while Skip Halcomb and Fred Smith won the second-third. The leader of the final third is the team of Keith Brighner and Larry Shock, with 27 points. Three teams have 25 1/2. Craig Neifer and Jim Carter lead in total points with 85, putting them in the lead for the fourth playoff spot. Steve Hepp was closest in one on No. 8, Dave Seislobe was closest in two on No. 7. Carl Rainey was closest in three on No. 9 and Halcomb had the long putt on No. 3.

PUNT, PASS & KICK: Geary Family YMCA in Fostoria will host an NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 22 at Fostoria Memorial Stadium for boys and girls age 6-15. Entry forms are available at the YMCA and at nflppk.com. For more information, call Greg Flores at (419) 435-6608.

FOOTBALL: Tiffin City Schools will sponsor a flag football league for second through sixth grade boys and girls this fall. Registration runs 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 22 and 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. For more information, visit the school district’s website or Facebook page or send an email to tiffinflagfootball@gmail.com.

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Saturday at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com/coalitionforpf/tk-5k-walkrun-for-pulmonary-fibrosis. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, email piratekin@gmail.com.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON: Hopewell-Loudon seeks junior varsity girls softball and junior high girls basketball coaches. For more information, contact Tony Swanagan at bswanagan@hlschool.net.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s Aug. 17 meet the team night and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25-event pass costs $125, a 10-event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

UPPER SANDUSKY: All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

Briefs

WRITER SOUGHT: The Advertiser-Tribune seeks a part-time sports writer for the upcoming school year. To apply, send an E-mail to zbaker@advertiser-tribune.com.

GOLF: The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland, with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

n Mike Gibson has vaulted into first with 84 points in the second half of the Phat Cakes Par Tee League. Dan Mathias is in second with an 83. Andy Beebe posted the low round with 37. Skins winners were Steve Bernard, Gibson, Mike Hitchcock and Adam Brown. Prize hole winners were Hitchcock (pin shot on No. 5), Bernard (long putt, No. 7), Brown (proximity shot on No. 4), Ron Schramm (long drive, No. 2) and Ray Nutter (best poker hand).

PUNT, PASS & KICK: Geary Family YMCA in Fostoria will host an NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 22 at Fostoria Memorial Stadium for boys and girls age 6-15. Entry forms are available at the YMCA and at nflppk.com. For more information, call Greg Flores at (419) 435-6608.

FOOTBALL: Tiffin City Schools will sponsor a flag football league for second through sixth grade boys and girls this fall. Registration runs 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 22 and 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. For more information, visit the school district’s website or Facebook page or send an email to tiffinflagfootball@gmail.com.

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Saturday at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com/coalitionforpf/tk-5k-walkrun-for-pulmonary-fibrosis. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, email piratekin@gmail.com.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s Aug. 17 meet the team night and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25-event pass costs $125, a 10-event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

BELLEVUE: Reserved tickets for football and marching band are on sale for those who were a reserved ticket holder last year. All remaining reserved seats will be sold to the general public Monday. Reserve ticket holders receive a Bellevue Redmen window decal, and purchasing a package guarantees the buyer the same seat if the Redmen host a playoff game. Passes cost $35 for adults; $28 for parents of varsity players, varsity cheerleaders and band members; $20 for students; and $25 for senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased 7 a.m.-3 p.m. at the school.

UPPER SANDUSKY: All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

Briefs

WRITER SOUGHT: The Advertiser-Tribune seeks a part-time sports writer for the upcoming school year. To apply, send an E-mail to zbaker@advertiser-tribune.com.

GOLF: The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland, with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

PUNT, PASS & KICK: Geary Family YMCA in Fostoria will host an NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 22 at Fostoria Memorial Stadium for boys and girls age 6-15. Entry forms are available at the YMCA and at nflppk.com. For more information, call Greg Flores at (419) 435-6608.

FOOTBALL: Tiffin City Schools will sponsor a flag football league for second through sixth grade boys and girls this fall. Registration runs 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 22 and 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. For more information, visit the school district’s website or Facebook page or send an E-mail to tiffinflagfootball@gmail.com.

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Aug. 15 at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com/coalitionforpf/tk-5k-walkrun-for-pulmonary-fibrosis. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, E-mail piratekin@gmail.com.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s Aug. 17 meet the team night and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25-event pass costs $125, a 10-event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

BELLEVUE: Reserved tickets for football and marching band are on sale for those who were a reserved ticket holder last year. All remaining reserved seats will be sold to the general public Monday. Reserve ticket holders receive a Bellevue Redmen window decal, and purchasing a package guarantees the buyer the same seat if the Redmen host a playoff game. Passes cost $35 for adults; $28 for parents of varsity players, varsity cheerleaders and band members; $20 for students; and $25 for senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased 7 a.m.-3 p.m. at the school.

UPPER SANDUSKY: All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

Briefs

WRITER SOUGHT: The Advertiser-Tribune seeks a part-time sports writer for the upcoming school year. To apply, send an email to zbaker@advertiser-tribune.com.

JV GOLF: St. Wendelin’s Bailey Reiter shot a 53 in a match against Sandusky St. Mary.

GOLF: Doyle Magers and Mike Huffman lead the North Division with 18 1/2 points, and Ken Gooding and Brian Fox have 22 points to lead the South Division in the late session of the Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Ryan Monahan (long putt No. 10), Steve Peer (closest in two No. 13), John Carroll (closest to the pin No. 14) and Mike Griffin (closest in three No. 17).

n Sandy Benner leads Tammy Seasly 24 1/2-24 in the Thursday Clark Construction Ladies League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Clark (long putt No. 3), Barb Charlton (closest to pin No. 5) and Jane Birch (long drive No. 6).

n Ray Trautman leads Greg Molyet 344-341 in the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League. Prizes went to Denny Yoakum (closest to pin No. 12), Steve Rau (closest to pin in three No. 13) and Doug Terry (long putt No. 14).

n The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland, with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

GAME CANCELED: Upper Sandusky’s girls soccer match at Buckeye Valley on Sept. 1 has been canceled and will not be rescheduled.

PUNT, PASS & KICK: Geary Family YMCA in Fostoria will host an NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 22 at Fostoria Memorial Stadium for boys and girls age 6-15. Entry forms are available at the YMCA and at nflppk.com. For more information, call Greg Flores at (419) 435-6608.

FOOTBALL: Tiffin City Schools will sponsor a flag football league for second through sixth grade boys and girls this fall. Registration runs 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 22 and 6-7:30 p.m. Aug. 27 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. For more information, visit the school district’s website or Facebook page or send an E-mail to tiffinflagfootball@gmail.com.

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Aug. 15 at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com/coalitionforpf/tk-5k-walkrun-for-pulmonary-fibrosis. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, E-mail piratekin@gmail.com.

COLUMBIAN:?The alumni boys soccer game is today at 6:30 p.m. at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. Alumni are asked to arrive by 6 p.m. and wear blue T-shirts.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s Aug. 17 meet the team night and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25-event pass costs $125, a 10-event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

BELLEVUE: Reserved tickets for football and marching band are on sale for those who were a reserved ticket holder last year. All remaining reserved seats will be sold to the general public Monday. Reserve ticket holders receive a Bellevue Redmen window decal, and purchasing a package guarantees the buyer the same seat if the Redmen host a playoff game. Passes cost $35 for adults; $28 for parents of varsity players, varsity cheerleaders and band members; $20 for students; and $25 for senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased 7 a.m.-3 p.m. at the school.

UPPER SANDUSKY: All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

Briefs

GOLF: The lead belongs to Josh Predieri, but the day belonged to Dave Gase. Gase shot a 38 for the low gross, fired a 29 for the low net and claimed four of the five field prizes to get within a half point of second in the Napoli Pizza League Standings at Clinton Heights. Gase ended closest in two at No. 6, hit the long drive at No. 3, finished closest in three at No. 9 and was closest to the pin at No. 5. Predieri tops the league with 20 points, while Tony Latona holds an 18 1/2-18 edge on Gase for second. Barth King claimed the long putt at No. 7.

n Jacob Mowery and David Schneider lead the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday Night League at Clinton Heights at 21 points. Prizes went to Gary Scherger (closest in two No. 1), Zach Allen (long drive No. 3), Matt Snyder (closest to pin No. 5), Joe Snyder (long putt No. 7) and Mowery (closest in three No. 9).

n UAW Local 533 will host an outing at Nature Trails with an 8 a.m. shotgun start Aug. 16. There will be four-man teams for 18 holes of golf and lunch. Players will pay a $10 cart fee. For more information call the office at (419) 436-5814 or Ray Trautman at (419) 701-9850.

n The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland, with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

GAME CANCELED: Upper Sandusky’s girls soccer match at Buckeye Valley on Sept. 1 has been canceled and will not be rescheduled.

PUNT, PASS & KICK: Geary Family YMCA in Fostoria will host an NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition Aug. 22 at Fostoria Memorial Stadium for boys and girls age 6-15. Entry forms are available at the YMCA and at nflppk.com. For more information, call Greg Flores at (419) 435-6608.

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Aug. 15 at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com/coalitionforpf/tk-5k-walkrun-for-pulmonary-fibrosis. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, E-mail piratekin@gmail.com.

COLUMBIAN:?The alumni boys soccer game is Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. Alumni are asked to arrive by 6 p.m. and wear blue T-shirts.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s Aug. 17 meet the team night and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25-event pass costs $125, a 10-event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

BELLEVUE: Reserved tickets for football and marching band are on sale for those who were a reserved ticket holder last year. All remaining reserved seats will be sold to the general public Monday. Reserve ticket holders receive a Bellevue Redmen window decal, and purchasing a package guarantees the buyer the same seat if the Redmen host a playoff game. Passes cost $35 for adults; $28 for parents of varsity players, varsity cheerleaders and band members; $20 for students; and $25 for senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased 7 a.m.-3 p.m. at the school.

UPPER SANDUSKY: All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

Briefs

GOLF: In the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi League, Doug Strausser and Mark Strausser lead the last five weeks with 16 points. Kevin Guth and Scott Reinick leads the wild card with 100 points. Mark Strausser drained the long putt on No. 11 and Dick Hull was closest to the pin on No. 17. Dave Hoke closest to the pin on his third shot on No. 16.

n In the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies Golf League, LuAnn Newlove was closest to the green in three shots on No. 5. Debbie Gerschutz drained the longest putt on No. 9 and Linda Pharis had low gross.

n Three teams tied at 6-under this week in the Senior Golf League at Clinton Heights. Dave Welly was closest in one on No. 8 and Jon Aiken drained the longest putt on No. 4. Ron Jones was closest in two on No. 6 and Dave Seislove was closest in three on No. 9.

n In the Tuesday Couples League at Green Hills, Bakers took top points with 110 followed by the McGraths with 109. Harry Newsome had the low gross for men with a 39 while Rita Baker had those honors for the women with a 46. Paul Oakleaf had the low net for the men with a 34 and Susette Ditz tallied a 36 for those honors for the women.

n Doug Tanner shot a 41 for low gross and Joe Smith had a 33 for low net in the P.J. Brickhouse Golf League at Loudon Meadows, Terry Stoops was closest to the pin in two on No. 1. Dave Depinet was closest to the pin on No. 2. Greg Arbogast had the long putt on No. 6.

n In the Amvets Golf League at Seneca Hills, the team of Steve Schafer and Tim Mannas are in first with 63 points. Frank Michniak was closest in one on No. 6, while Mike Kimmet had the long putt on No. 5. Mannas had the long putt on No. 7.

n Jeff Wise, Paul R. Fey, Rufus Tyree and Gene Sherer shot one over par to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Tim Ruikie had the long putt on No. 1, while Dutch Edebern was closest to the pin on No. 6. Frank Michniak, Glen Platt and Wise had the low gross of 37.

n In the Steyer Seed 2-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights, Ron Kern and Carl Rainey had the low gross with 29. The teams of Bob Haver and Scott Haver (31 points) and Adam Schmucker and Dave Snyder (30 points) were winners in the final third. Phil Huss and Ryan Huss were cumulative point winners with 81 points. Carl Rainey had the long putt on No. 8, while Russ Eborg was closest to the pin. Eric Wise was closest in two on No. 9, while Aaron Gooding had the long drive. Howard Hohman was closest in two on No. 3, while Jeff Wank had the long putt on No. 4. Joe Worland was closest to the pin on No. 5, while Kern had the long drive on No. 6. Dave Snyder ha the long putt on No. 7.

n UAW Local 533 will host an outing at Nature Trails with an 8 a.m. shotgun start Aug. 16. There will be four-man teams for 18 holes of golf and lunch. Players will pay a $10 cart fee. For more information call the office a (419) 436-5814 or Ray Trautman at (419) 701-9850.

n The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland, with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director(at)careychamber.com or visit www(dot)careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Aug. 15 at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com-TK5K. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, E-mail piratekin(at)gmail.com.

COLUMBIAN:?Columbian will field its first girls golf team this fall. Those interested in playing should call coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2630.

n The alumni boys soccer game is Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. Alumni are asked to arrive by 6 p.m. and wear blue T-shirts.

CALVERT: The Calvert Athletic Boosters will hold its annual Treasure Hunt Friday. Proceeds benefit the organization. Groups will start at Calvert’s gym at 6:30 p.m. and each car will get a bag of puzzles to solve in a certain order. Prior registration is required. Cost is $90 for a carload of six or fewer. Registration forms are available at Calvert High. For more information, call Barb Willman at (567) 230-0977.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s Aug. 17 meet the team night and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25 event pass costs $125, a 10 event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

BELLEVUE: Reserved tickets for football and marching band are on sale for those who were a reserved ticket holder last year. All remaining reserved seats will be sold to the general public Aug. 10. Reserve ticket holders receive a Bellevue Redmen window decal, and purchasing a package guarantees the buyer the same seat if the Redmen host a playoff game. Passes cost $35 for adults; $28 for parents of varsity players, varsity cheerleaders and band members; $20 for students; and $25 for senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased 7 a.m.-3 p.m. at the school.

UPPER SANDUSKY: Varsity football reserved seat tickets are on sale for 2015. Order forms are available in the information rack outside the high school office. Tickets can be picked up 6-7:30 p.m. at Thursday’s Ram Rumble at the school’s athletic complex. For more information, call the school office at (419) 294-2308.

n All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

Briefs

Bad Co., Paul Rodgers tribute band in Tiffin

10 from 6, a national touring band paying tribute to the music of Bad Company and Paul Rodgers, is to be at The Viaduct, 84 N. Washington St., Aug. 15.

The group also is to perform at Rockin on the River Aug. 28 in Lorain.

For more information, visit http://10from6.info/.

Exhibit by Sycamore artist to open Friday at TAG

“Green Pastures,” an exhibition of work by Kaitlyn Smith, an artist from Sycamore who is studying photography and fine art at the Columbus College of Art and Design, is to be unveiled 5:30-7 p.m. Friday at Tiffin Art Guild & Gallery.

Smith creates works of art in mixed media, printmaking, sculpture and collage; most of these pieces deriving from a photographic element. Her art often includes found imagery/objects and contains themes of nostalgia and a longing for home.

“This exhibit is the culmination of my personal work made throughout the past year; the photographs I wanted to make, not the ones that I had to,” Smith stated in a release. “The show contains five separate series of images all made during moments of total contentment.

“These pictures show the in-between spaces I have been that the rest of my work leaves out,” she said. “In ‘Green Pastures’ is a collection of calm moments snatched away from the chaos, saved, up until now, for my eyes only.”

The exhibit is to continue until Aug. 29 during regular gallery hours of noon-4 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday.

Briefs

WRITER SOUGHT: The Advertiser-Tribune seeks a part-time sports writer for the upcoming school year. To apply, send an E-mail to zbaker@advertiser-tribune.com.

GOLF: Jeff Wise, Paul R. Frey, Rufus Tyree and Gene Sherer shot 1 over to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Tom Ruikke (long putt No. 1) and Dutch Edebern (closest to pin No. 6). Jim Miccichi, Ed Lutz and Wise each shot a 37 to share the low gross.

n Scott Ferguson and Mike Griffin shot a 33 for the low round in the Monday Night Jeffery Best-Ball League at Seneca Hills. Gary Lynch ended closest to the hole in three at No. 14.

n Steve Lauer, Dick Hull, P.J. Hufford and John Schalk shot 11 under to win Tuesday’s Bump’s Retiree Group outing at Bowling Green State University. Next week’s outing is at Fostoria Country Club at 9 a.m.

n UAW Local 533 will host an outing at Nature Trails with an 8 a.m. shotgun start Aug. 16. There will be four-man teams for 18 holes of golf and lunch. Players will pay a $10 cart fee. For more information call the office a (419) 436-5814 or Ray Trautman at (419) 701-9850.

n The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland, with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Aug. 15 at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com-TK5K. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, E-mail piratekin@gmail.com.

COLUMBIAN:?Columbian fill field its first girls golf team this fall. Those interested in playing should call coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2630.

n The alumni boys soccer game is Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. Alumni are asked to arrive by 6 p.m. and wear blue T-shirts.

CALVERT: The Calvert Athletic Boosters will hold its annual Treasure Hunt Friday. Proceeds benefit the organization. Groups will start at Calvert’s gym at 6:30 p.m. and each car will get a bag of puzzles to solve in a certain order. Prior registration is required. Cost is $90 for a carload of six or fewer. Registration forms are available at Calvert High. For more information, call Barb Willman at (567) 230-0977.

MOHAWK: Mohawk is selling 2015-16 athletic event passes at the school’s Aug. 17 meet the team night and at the school office. Unlimited passes (all home events) cost $200, a 25 event pass costs $125, a 10 event pass costs $50, a senior citizen pass for all home events costs $25, and a student pass for all home events costs $25.

BELLEVUE: Reserved tickets for football and marching band are on sale for those who were a reserved ticket holder last year. All remaining reserved seats will be sold to the general public Aug. 10. Reserve ticket holders receive a Bellevue Redmen window decal, and purchasing a package guarantees the buyer the same seat if the Redmen host a playoff game. Passes cost $35 for adults; $28 for parents of varsity players, varsity cheerleaders and band members; $20 for students; and $25 for senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased 7 a.m.-3 p.m. at the school.

UPPER SANDUSKY: Varsity football reserved seat tickets are on sale for 2015. Order forms are available in the information rack outside the high school office. Tickets can be picked up 6-7:30 p.m. at Thursday’s Ram Rumble at the school’s athletic complex. For more information, call the school office at (419) 294-2308.

n All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

Briefs

GOLF: UAW Local 533 will host an outing at Nature Trails with an 8 a.m. shotgun start Aug. 16. There will be four-man teams for 18 holes of golf and lunch. Players will pay a $10 cart fee. For more information call the office a (419) 436-5814 or Ray Trautman at (419) 701-9850.

n The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland, with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Aug. 15 at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com-TK5K. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, E-mail piratekin@gmail.com.

OLD FORT: All seventh through 12th grade fall sports athletes must attend a mandatory preseason OHSAA meting with a parent Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the high school commons. Team meetings with coaches will follow the main meeting. Practices for all sports begin Monday, with practice times listed on the school website.

COLUMBIAN:?Columbian will field its first girls golf team this fall. Those interested in playing should call coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2630.

n Practice for girls tennis begins today from 1-3:30 p.m. All paperwork, including physicals, must be turned in by this time. For more information, call Chip Weingart at (419) 443-0513.

n The alumni boys soccer game is Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. Alumni are asked to arrive by 6 p.m. and wear blue T-shirts.

CALVERT: The Calvert Athletic Boosters will hold its annual Treasure Hunt Friday. Proceeds benefit the organization. Groups will start at Calvert’s gym at 6:30 p.m. and each car will get a bag of puzzles to solve in a certain order. Prior registration is required. Cost is $90 for a carload of six or fewer. Registration forms are available at Calvert High. For more information, call Barb Willman at (567) 230-0977.

UPPER SANDUSKY: Varsity football reserved seat tickets are on sale for 2015. Order forms are available in the information rack outside the high school office. Tickets can be picked up 6-7:30 p.m. at Thursday’s Ram Rumble at the school’s athletic complex. For more information, call the school office at (419) 294-2308.

n All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

Briefs

GOLF: In the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League, Ray Trautman and Greg Molyet are leading with 319 points each, with four weeks left. Dave Hoke had the long putt on No. 3. Tom Gernert was closest in three on No. 5, while Dave Feller was closest to the pin on No. 7

n In the Thursday K of C Golf League, Jeff Welty and Phil Hoerig won the second-third with 37 points. Dave and Mike Porter were second with 37 points. Mike Porter was closest in two shots on No. 2, while Hoerig had the long putt on No. 7. Jerry Schlick and Gary Ehrenfried won skins on No. 5, while Greg Tiell and Cary Herzog won skins on No. 6. Dave and Mike Porter had won a skin on No. 8.

n In the Friday Senior Golf League at Clinton Heights, the team of Dick Best, Dave Seislove, Howard Hohman and Jim Sherwood shot seven under par to win. Bob Overholt was closest to the pin in one on No. 11, while Jim Carter was closest in two on No. 10. Jim Kimmell was closest to the pin in three on No. 17, while Dick Best had the long putt on No. 14.

n UAW Local 533 will host an outing at Nature Trails with an 8 a.m. shotgun start Aug. 16. There will be four-man teams for 18 holes of golf and lunch. Players will pay a $10 cart fee. For more information call the office a (419) 436-5814 or Ray Trautman at (419) 701-9850.

n The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland, with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Aug. 15 at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com-TK5K. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, E-mail piratekin@gmail.com.

OLD FORT: All seventh through 12th grade fall sports athletes must attend a mandatory preseason OHSAA meting with a parent Aug. 4 at 7 p.m. in the high school commons. Team meetings with coaches will follow the main meeting. Practices for all sports begin Aug. 3, with practice times listed on the school website.

FOSTORIA: The seventh- through 12th-grade all sports meeting is Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Fostoria High Performing Arts Center. Any student planning to play a sport in the 2015-16 school year must attend with a parent or guardian. Team information and updates will be shared at the meeting.

COLUMBIAN:?Columbian fill field its first girls golf team this fall. Those interested in playing should call coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2630.

n Practice for girls tennis begins Monday from 1-3:30 p.m. All paperwork, including physicals, must be turned in by this time. Open courts continue Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 a.m.-noon. All are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information, call Chip Weingart at (419) 443-0513.

n The alumni boys soccer game is Aug. 8 at 6:30 p.m. at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. Alumni are asked to arrive by 6 p.m. and wear blue T-shirts.

CALVERT: The Calvert Athletic Boosters will hold its annual Treasure Hunt Aug. 7. Proceeds benefit the organization. Groups will start at Calvert’s gym at 6:30 p.m. and each car will get a bag of puzzles to solve in a certain order. Prior registration is required. Cost is $90 for a carload of six or fewer. Registration forms are available at Calvert High. For more information, call Barb Willman at (567) 230-0977.

UPPER SANDUSKY: Varsity football reserved seat tickets are now for sale for 2015. Order forms are available in the information rack outside the high school office. Tickets can be picked up 6-7:30 p.m. at the Aug. 6 Ram Rumble at the school’s athletic complex. For more information, call the school office at (419) 294-2308.

n All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.

Briefs

RACING: Bellevue’s Cap Henry led all 30 laps to claim the Kistler Racing Products Fremont Attica Sprint Title (FAST) Championship Series race Friday at Attica Raceway Park. It was Henry’s second win of the year at the track and tightened the points battle for the $1,000 Kistler Cup. He entered the night 40 points behind two-time series champion Byron Reed, but former track champ Dean Jacobs padded his point lead by taking second. Rocky Owens captured his second career win at Attica by overtaking and holding off Ryan Missler in the Sunoco American Late Model Series race. Bobby Clark took his second win in a row at Attica by beating Dustin Stroup in the Foster’s Auto Body 305 Sprint feature. The win was Clark’s 18th 305 Sprint victory at the track, putting him in a tie for fourth with Phil Gressman on the track’s all-time win list. Matt Foos outlasted Dan Roepke Jr. in the Fremont Fence Dirt Trucks race, giving him his third win this year at Attica and fifth of his career at the track.

GOLF: Ray Trautman and Greg Molyet lead the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League with 319 points each, with four weeks left. Dave Hoke had the long putt on No. 3. Tom Gernert was closest in three on No. 5, while Dave Feller was closest to the pin on No. 7.

n Tim Cessna leads Mike Gibson 62-61 in the second half of the Phat Cakes Par Tee League. Cessna fired a 42 for the low round. Skins went to Doug Albert and Steve Bernard. Prizes went to Albert (pin shot No. 11), Bernard (pin shot No. 14), Adam Brown (long putt No. 18), Ron Schramm (low putts) and Cessna (long drive No. 16, proximity shot No. 13).

n Chuck Eingle and Larry Miller tied are tied with Chuck Ritzler and Ron Frank atop the Men’s Catholic League at Seneca Hills with 48 points in the final third of the league. Prizes went to Denny Krupp (low gross 34) and Eric Lee (low net 30).

n Jeff Welty and Phil Hoerig won the second-third of the Thursday K of C Golf League with 37 points. Dave and Mike Porter were second with 37 points. Mike Porter was closest in two shots on No. 2, while Hoerig had the long putt on No. 7. Jerry Schlick and Gary Ehrenfried won skins on No. 5, while Greg Tiell and Cary Herzog won skins on No. 6. Dave and Mike Porter had won a skin on No. 8.

n Dick Best, Dave Seislove, Howard Hohman and Jim Sherwood shot 7 under to win the Friday Senior Golf League at Clinton Heights. Bob Overholt was closest to the pin in one on No. 11, while Jim Carter was closest in two on No. 10. Jim Kimmel was closest to the pin in three on No. 17, while Dick Best had the long putt on No. 14.

n UAW Local 533 will host an outing at Nature Trails with an 8 a.m. shotgun start Aug. 16. There will be four-man teams for 18 holes of golf and lunch. Players will pay a $10 cart fee. For more information call the office a (419) 436-5814 or Ray Trautman at (419) 701-9850.

n The 17th annual Carey Chamber of Commerce Outing is Sept. 12 at Lakeland, with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. Cost is $50 per person for the four-person scramble, which includes supper. For more information, call Dan Beach at (419) 396-6264 or Dave Underwood at (419) 396-3696, email director@careychamber.com or visit www.careychamber.com/index.php/pricing.

RUNNING: The second annual TK5K walk/run is Aug. 15 at 9 a.m. at Hedges-Boyer Park. Registration forms are available at the YMCA, St. Mary’s Church an Allen Eiry Center. Runners can also register online at firstgiving.com-TK5K. Proceeds benefit the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in memory of Tom Kin. For more information, E-mail piratekin@gmail.com.

OLD FORT: All seventh through 12th grade fall sports athletes must attend a mandatory preseason OHSAA meting with a parent Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the high school commons. Team meetings with coaches will follow the main meeting. Practices for all sports begin Monday, with practice times listed on the school website.

FOSTORIA: The seventh- through 12th-grade all sports meeting is today at 2 p.m. in the Fostoria High Performing Arts Center. Any student planning to play a sport in the 2015-16 school year must attend with a parent or guardian. Team information and updates will be shared at the meeting.

COLUMBIAN:?Columbian fill field its first girls golf team this fall. Those interested in playing should call coach Tony Vasko at (567) 230-2630.

n Practice for girls tennis begins Monday from 1-3:30 p.m. All paperwork, including physicals, must be turned in by this time. For more information, call Chip Weingart at (419) 443-0513.

n The alumni boys soccer game is Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. Alumni are asked to arrive by 6 p.m. and wear blue T-shirts.

CALVERT: The Calvert Athletic Boosters will hold its annual Treasure Hunt Aug. 7. Proceeds benefit the organization. Groups will start at Calvert’s gym at 6:30 p.m. and each car will get a bag of puzzles to solve in a certain order. Prior registration is required. Cost is $90 for a carload of six or fewer. Registration forms are available at Calvert High. For more information, call Barb Willman at (567) 230-0977.

UPPER SANDUSKY: Varsity football reserved seat tickets are on sale for 2015. Order forms are available in the information rack outside the high school office. Tickets can be picked up 6-7:30 p.m. at Thursday’s Ram Rumble at the school’s athletic complex. For more information, call the school office at (419) 294-2308.

n All-sport passes for high school and junior high events cost $385 for a family (two adults in same household and all K-12 children in same household), $250 for parents (two adults in same household), $150 for individual (one adult), $100 for one senior citizen (age 62 and older), and $100 for one K-12 student. Passes go on sale at the school Monday.

NORTHERN 10 ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Tickets cost $6 for adults and $5 for K-12 students for varsity contests, while JV, freshman and junior high contests cost $4 for adults and $3 for students.