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GOLF: In the Old Fort Ex-Hi over 50 League, Tony Hausman leads after two weeks with 57 points, followed closely by Bob Chapman with 56 points. Ron Rall was closest to the pin on No. 10 in two shots, while Rick Myers had the longest putt on No. 11.

ALLEN EIRY EUCHRE TOURNAMENT: In the euchre tournament held at the Allen Eiry Center May 23, Wilbur Elchert took first place. Linda Earl finished in second place, while Bob Clouse took third place. The euchre tournament is held every Monday at 12:30 p.m. except for holidays. If you are not a member of the Allen Eiry Center, you will need to pay $1 to come into the center. There will also be a cost to enter the card game, as prize money will be given to winners.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at “http://www.tabrl.sportssignup.com”>www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon is June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

n The 13th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Tournament is July 23-24 in Tiffin. All proceeds go to the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which benefits the Tiffin City Parks and Heidelberg “H” Club. The tournament will have divisions for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams, and will follow a round-robin format with a three-game guarantee. Entry fee is $150 for the 8-under division, and $275 for the 10-under and 12-under divisions. For more information or to register, call (419) 443-5440 or visit www.tiffinparks.com/BoReidTournament.

COACH SOUGHT: Upper Sandusky seeks a junior varsity boys basketball coach. Contact Brad Ehrman at (419) 294-1788 or brad_e@usevs.org.

BASKETBALL: The Tiffin Youth Basketball Skills Camp runs May 31-June 3 and is open to boys who will enter grades 3-9. Boys entering eighth and ninth grade are not permitted to attend until June 1. Grades 3-5 run 9 a.m.-noon, and grades 6-9 run 1-4 p.m. Cost is $30 per camper with package deals available. Registration forms will be available at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Columbian High athletic office; bring payment in cash or check. T-shirts for campers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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RACING: Dale Blaney slid past Chad Kemenah on a restart with five laps to go en route to claiming his 130th career Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions victory. The win was also the 25th of Blaney’s career at Attica Raceway Park. Doug Drown took the Sunoco American Late Model Series win. Jason Keckler survived a restart with four laps to go to win the Fremont Fence 305 Sprint feature.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at “http://www.tabrl.sportssignup.com”>www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon is June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

n The 13th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Tournament is July 23-24 in Tiffin. All proceeds go to the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which benefits the Tiffin City Parks and Heidelberg “H” Club. The tournament will have divisions for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams, and will follow a round-robin format with a three-game guarantee. Entry fee is $150 for the 8-under division, and $275 for the 10-under and 12-under divisions. For more information or to register, call (419) 443-5440 or visit www.tiffinparks.com/BoReidTournament.

COACH SOUGHT: Upper Sandusky seeks a junior varsity boys basketball coach. Contact Brad Ehrman at (419) 294-1788 or brad_e@usevs.org.

BASKETBALL: The Tiffin Youth Basketball Skills Camp runs May 31-June 3 and is open to boys who will enter grades 3-9. Boys entering eighth and ninth grade are not permitted to attend until June 1. Grades 3-5 run 9 a.m.-noon, and grades 6-9 run 1-4 p.m. Cost is $30 per camper with package deals available. Registration forms will be available at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Columbian High athletic office; bring payment in cash or check. T-shirts for campers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

GOLF: The Seneca Hills Retirees League will not play Monday due to Memorial Day.

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SAND VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at “http://www.tabrl.sportssignup.com”>www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon is June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

n The 13th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Tournament is July 23-24 in Tiffin. All proceeds go to the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which benefits the Tiffin City Parks and Heidelberg “H” Club. The tournament will have divisions for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams, and will follow a round-robin format with a three-game guarantee. Entry fee is $150 for the 8-under division, and $275 for the 10-under and 12-under divisions. For more information or to register, call (419) 443-5440 or visit www.tiffinparks.com/BoReidTournament.

COACH SOUGHT: Upper Sandusky seeks a junior varsity boys basketball coach. Contact Brad Ehrman at (419) 294-1788 or brad_e@usevs.org.

BASKETBALL: The Tiffin Youth Basketball Skills Camp runs May 31-June 3 and is open to boys who will enter grades 3-9. Boys entering eighth and ninth grade are not permitted to attend until June 1. Grades 3-5 run 9 a.m.-noon, and grades 6-9 run 1-4 p.m. Cost is $30 per camper with package deals available. Registration forms will be available at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Columbian High School Athletic Office; bring payment in cash or check. T-shirts for campers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

GOLF: The Seneca Hills Retirees League will not play Monday due to Memorial Day.

n John Carroll and Mike Carroll lead Brent Hemminger and Chris Berry 29 1/2-29 with one week to go in the first third of the Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble North Division at Clinton Heights. Mike Griffin and Derek Lewis are tied with Ken Gooding and Brian Fox for the South Division lead with 30 points. Howard Hohman and Len Goshe shot a 30 for the low gross. Prizes went to Scott Gregg (closest to pin No. 11), Mark Smith (closest in two No. 13), Chad Mattson (long putt No. 15) and Matt Grieves (closest in two No. 18). Skins went to Denny Lofay and Matt Lofay, Hohman and Goshe, and Tony Sherer and Mike Nedolast.

n Joe Peer and Rod Echelberry lead the Allen Eiry Senior Center League with 37 points. The league tees off each Thursday at 11 a.m. at Seneca Hills. Those age 50 and over are welcome to play.

n Marc Lee and Troy Keller won the first third of the Wednesday Night Men’s Catholic League at Seneca Hills with 156 points. Jared Kuhlman, Mike Porter and Lee all tied for the low gross with a 36. Jack Felton and Porter tied for the low net with a 30.

n Jim Ruess, John Powell, Lou Greiselding and Craig Neifer shot 7 under to win the Friday Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Neifer (closest in one No. 14, closest in two No. 10), Ron Jones (closest in three No. 17) and Bob Shultz (long putt No. 12).

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VARSITY SOFTBALL: Maumee topped Bellevue 13-6 in a Division II regional semifinal at Bucyrus.

SAND VOLLEYBALL: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host an adult (18 and up) co-ed sand volleyball tournament at 2 p.m. June 18. Entry fee is $60 per team. For more information or to register a team, call or text (567) 230-0565.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at “http://www.tabrl.sportssignup.com”>www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon is June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

n The 13th annual Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Tournament is July 23-24 in Tiffin. All proceeds go to the Robert “Bo” Reid Memorial Fund, which benefits the Tiffin City Parks and Heidelberg “H” Club. The tournament will have divisions for 8-under, 10-under and 12-under teams, and will follow a round-robin format with a three-game guarantee. Entry fee is $150 for the 8-under division, and $275 for the 10-under and 12-under divisions. For more information or to register, call (419) 443-5440 or visit www.tiffinparks.com/BoReidTournament.

COACH SOUGHT: Upper Sandusky seeks a junior varsity boys basketball coach. Contact Brad Ehrman at (419) 294-1788 or brad_e@usevs.org.

BASKETBALL: The Tiffin Youth Basketball Skills Camp runs May 31-June 3 and is open to boys who will enter grades 3-9. Boys entering eighth and ninth grade are not permitted to attend until June 1. Grades 3-5 run 9 a.m.-noon, and grades 6-9 run 1-4 p.m. Cost is $30 per camper with package deals available. Registration forms will be available at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Columbian High School Athletic Office; bring payment in cash or check. T-shirts for campers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

GOLF: The Seneca Hills Retirees League will not play Monday due to Memorial Day.

n Rance Beechum and Kevin Lyman lead the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday Night League at Clinton Heights with 21 points. Prizes went to John Bing (closest in two No. 1, long drive No. 3, closest in three No. 9), Dave Hill (closest to pin No. 5) and Gary Burns (long putt No. 7).

n Dave Salucci, Lee Kloeppel, Ron Saklosky and Al Mireles tied Rob Greer, Butch Bricker, Mike Todd and Ralph Lazenby for the win in the Lakeland Senior League front nine long ball contest at 2 under. The same two teams tied for the back nine stableford scoring contest at 4 over.

n Dick Rochester, Jim Immele, Dutch Edeburn and Joe Weaver shot 7 under to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Edeburn (long putt No. 11) and Bob Haefling (closest to pin No. 18).

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SAND VOLLEYBALL: There is a co-ed sand volleyball tournament June 18 at 2 p.m. at the P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca. The entry fee is $60 per team. It is adults only (18 and up). For questions or to register a team, call or text Doug at (567) 230-0565.

GOLF: The scramble team of Ron Minard, Rob Greer, Ron Saklosky, Mike Todd and Les Tesnow won the Lakeland Senior League, shooting a 5-under par. The same team won the stableford on the back 9 at 6-over par.

n With one week remaining in the first-third of play in the Steyer Seed two-man scramble at Clinton Heights, the point leaders are Tom and Joel Ardner with 26 points. They also had the low gross with a 31 Tuesday. Five teams tied for the low net (32). Prize winners were Scott Swartz (closest in two No. 3), Joel Ardner (closest to pin No. 5), Jr. Coffman (closest to pin senior No. 5), Ed Baker (long putt No. 8) and Scott Haver (closest in 3 No. 9).

n The teams of Bill Dunlap, Bum Farr, Casey Brighner and Dave Gase and Jim Ruess, Bob Teach, Ron Troxel and Bob Schultz both shot 6-under par to win the Clinton Heights Senior Golf League Wednesday. Prize holes went to Bob Waltemyer (closest to pin in one No. 8), Dave Purnell (closest to pin in two No. 1), Lou Greiselding (closest to pin in three No. 9) and Jim Carter (long putt No. 4).

n After two weeks in the Amvets League at Seneca Hills the team of Frank Michniak and Ron Burkett with 27 points are in first place. Prize winners were Dick Rochester (long putt No. 10), Bob Grothaus (long putt No. 15) and Michniak (closest to pin No. 18).

*Ron Brickner shot a 40 for the low gross and Ryan Depinet had a 28 for the low net in the PJ Brickhouse Tuesday Nite Golf League at Loudon Meadows. Prize winners were Ron Brickner (closest to pin No. 2) and Gary Gooden (long putt No. 9).

n Tom Schultz made a hole-in-one Monday at Lakeland Golf Club. The shot was 107 yards away with an 8-iron on No. 13. Rick Judy, Mike Schmidt and Richard Kozlowsky witnessed it.

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PREP GOLF: Columbian will hold an informational meeting tonight at 6 p.m. in the Tiffin Middle School cafetorium for boys and girls, and their parents, interested in playing golf this fall. For more information, contact coach Tony Vasko at tony_vasko@tiffincityschools.org or (567) 230-2603.

COACH SOUGHT: Upper Sandusky High School seeks a head volleyball coach for the upcoming season. If interested, contact Brad Ehrman at brad_e@usevs.org or (419) 294-1788.

GOLF: The annual FACT (Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment) golf outing, sponsored by The Armes Family Cancer Care Center (Blanchard Valley Hospital), is Aug. 14 at Loudon Meadows Golf Club in Fostoria. Entry fee is $50 per person ($200 per team) for the four-person scramble with prizes awarded to winners in three divisions, men, women and co-ed. Fees for the 9:15 a.m. shotgun start include 18 holes with a cart and lunch. There are four hole-in-one prize holes, including a grand prize of $10,000. Entry forms are available at Loudon Meadows or by calling Deborah Rinehart at (419) 453-8712. Completed forms with checks made payable to F.A.C.T. of Seneca County should be returned to Rinehart, 540 Angela Drive, Fostoria, Ohio 44830. The event is limited to the first 25 paid entries.

n Bump’s Traveling League played at Woussikett Golf Course in Sandusky Tuesday with 49 golfers in the weekly scramble with scores ranging from 58-64. The winning team was Denny Krupp, P.J. Hufford, Dave Welly and George Sauber. Second place went to Steve Schwab, Pete Meisner, Mike Clouse and Dave Sendelbach. the league will play at Sugar Creek in Elmore next week with a 10 a.m. tee time. Be there by 9:30 a.m. for team drawing at 9:45 a.m. If you can’t be there by 9:30 a.m. and plan to play, call one of the numbers listed on the schedule.

n Closest to the pin on No. 2 at the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League was Carla Siebenaller. Longest drive in the fairway at the black tees was Carol Shook, Seibenaller at the red tees. Best poker hand at holes 1-5 was Georgene Miccichi. Golf pro Bobby Pollitt also conducted a chipping clinic for the league.

n Matt and Dave Hoke lead the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi League after two weeks with 32 points. Dick Hull and Denny McKown follow with 27. Prize winners were Tony Hausman (long putt No. 12), McKown (closest third shot No. 15) and Brad Fry (closest to pin).

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PREP GOLF: Columbian will hold an informational meeting Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria for boys and girls, and their parents, interested in playing golf this fall. For more information, contact coach Tony Vasko at tony_vasko@tiffincityschools.org or (567) 230-2603.

FOOTBALL: Columbian will have an informational meeting for students entering grades 8-12 next year, and their parents, interested in playing football in the Columbian cafeteria tonight at 7 p.m. Summer calendars will be passed out and discussed at that time.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon is June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

GOLF: With one week to go in the first third of the Reineke Ford Monday morning golf league at Clinton Heights, Jim Ruess and John Armstrong lead the league with 30 points. Prize hole winners were Steve Hepp (closest in one No. 11, Bill Dunlap (closest in two No. 16), Gary Espejo (closest in three No. 18) and Carl Rainey (long putt No. 18).

n Dick Best, Ed Lutz, Paul E. Fey, Paul R. Fey and Harry Smith shot even par to win the Monday Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Merle Krauss (long putt No. 15) and Best (closest to pin No. 16). Lutz and Jim Miccichi had the low gross with a 38.

n Field prize winners for the Baumann women’s Monday night scramble league at Clinton Heights were Barb Clark (closest to pin No. 11), Barb Gabel (closest in two No. 13) and Debbie Kisabeth (long putt No. 17).

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PREP GOLF: Columbian will hold an informational meeting Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria for boys and girls, and their parents, interested in playing golf this fall. For more information, contact coach Tony Vasko at tony_vasko@tiffincityschools.org or (567) 230-2603.

FOOTBALL: Hopewell-Loudon will have a parent meeting at 7 p.m. today in the school audeteria. Any parent of a potential football player in grades 7-12 should attend. The meeting is for parents only. Players need not attend. H-L will hold a player meeting Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the audeteria for students interested in playing high school football next fall. The meeting will last less than 30 minutes. Summer schedules will be passed out.

n Columbian will have an informational meeting for students entering grades 8-12 next year, and their parents, interested in playing football in the Columbian cafeteria Tuesday at 7 p.m. Summer calendars will be passed out and discussed at that time.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

GOLF: In the Phat Cakes Par Tee Golf League, Tim Cessna posted a 39 in Week No.3. Cessna is in first with 40 points, while Ray Nutter is in second with 37. Skins winners for Week 2 wereNutter, Cessna, Andy Halcomb and Ron Schramm. Prize hole winners were Mike Hitchcock (proximity shot on No. 12), Brandon Procaccini (pin shot, No. 11 and long drive, No. 17) and Cessna (long putt, No. 13 and No. 18).

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PREP GOLF: Columbian will hold an informational meeting Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria for boys and girls, and their parents, interested in playing golf this fall. For more information, contact coach Tony Vasko at tony_vasko@tiffincityschools.org or (567) 230-2603.

GOLF: The two-man teams of Dave Gase and Greg Gase, Dan Rosengarten and Dan Colatruglio, and Dave Porter and Mike Porter are tied atop the standings of the K of C Thursday Night League at Clinton Heights with 12 points each. Prizes went to Harold Brickner (long putt No. 2), Tim Gassner (closest in two No. 6, closest to pin No. 8) and Tony Arend (closest in three No. 9). John Arend and Tony Arend also won a skin.

n Jim Ruess, Fred Smith, Dave Combs and Skip Halcom shot 6 under to win the Clinton Heights Senior Golf event. Prizes went to Ed Lutz (closest in one No. 5), Mark Matthues (closest in two No. 6), Keith Breikner (closest in three No. 9) and Don Kin (long putt No. 4).

FOOTBALL: Hopewell-Loudon will have a parent meeting Monday at 7 p.m. in the school audeteria. Any parent of a potential football player in grades 7-12 should attend. The meeting is for parents only. Players need not attend. H-L will hold a player meeting Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the audeteria for students interested in playing high school football next fall. The meeting will last less than 30 minutes. Summer schedules will be passed out.

n Columbian will have an informational meeting for students entering grades 8-12 next year, and their parents, interested in playing football in the Columbian cafeteria Tuesday at 7 p.m. Summer calendars will be passed out and discussed at that time.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has six openings for players age 13-16. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

n The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

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GOLF: Alex Reamer and Dave Snyder are tied with 13 points in the Wednesday Napoli Pizza Golf League at Clinton Heights. Louie Brickner has 13 points and Dan Colatruglio has 12 . Low gross went to Snyder and Denny Reamer with a 40. Low net went to Denny Reamer with a 30. Field prizes included Michayla Stallings (closest in two No. 16), Tony Latona (long drive No. 18 and closest to pin No. 17) and Snyder (long putt No. 13).

n Kevin Lyman and Rance Beechum lead the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday League at Clinton Heights with 13 1/2 points. Prizes went to Gary Burns (long putt No. 10, closest in two No. 18), Beechum (closest in two No. 12), Jeremy Owens (closest to pin No. 14) and Rick Wise (long drive No. 16).

n Brent Hemminger and Chris Berry lead the North Division with 24 points in the Wednesday Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights, while Mike Griffin and Derek Lewis are leading the South Division with 26 points. Prize holes went to Mike Griffin (closest in two No. 3), Doyle Magers (closest to pin No. 5), Lewis (closest in two No. 7) and Mike Hoffman (long putt No. 8). Skins went to Steve Peer and Tim Norville on the second hole.

* Joe Peer and Rod Echelberry won the Allen Eiry Center golf league Thursday with 37 points. Keith Breighner and Paul Frey placed second with 45 points. The AEC league tees off each Thursday at 10 a.m. at Seneca Hills. Anyone 50 and over are welcome to play.

n The Week 4 point leads of the Steyer Seed Two-Man Scramble League Tuesdays at Clinton Heights is the team of Tom and Joel Ardner with 21 points. The low gross went to Ron Kern and Carl Rainey (29), while the low net went to Jim Gray and Glenn Herman (30). Prize winners were Bob Kissell (closest to pin No. 11), Mike Theis (long drive regular No. 13), Rainey (long drive senior No. 13), Mike Gibson (long putt No. 15) and Kern (closest in three No. 17).

n Bob Barchus, Bill Dunlap, Tim Mannas and Gene Sherer tied the team of Paul Hannay, Joe Weaver, Jeff Wise, Joe Weaver and Jim Immele at 5-under par to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Mannas (closest to pin No. 2) and Sherer (long putt No. 7).

FOOTBALL MEETING: Hopewell-Loudon will have a parent meeting Monday at 7 p.m. in the school audeteria. Any parent of a potential football player in grades 7-12 should attend. The meeting is for parents only. Players need not attend. H-L will hold a player meeting Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the audeteria for students interested in playing high school football next fall. The meeting will last less than 30 minutes. Summer schedules will be passed out.

n Columbian will have an informational meeting for students going into grades 8-12 next year, and their parents, interested in playing football in the Columbian cafeteria Tuesday at 7 p.m. Summer calendars will be passed out and discussed at that time.

DISTRICT TENNIS: Columbian’s Ben Klepper and the doubles team of Zach Gaietto and Tyler Hawk lost Thursday in district play. Klepper fell to Toledo St. Francis’ Greg Leroux, 6-0, 6-0, while Gaietto and Hawk lost to Toledo St. John’s Ryan Issa and Alan Fahoury, 6-0, 6-1.

BASEBALL CAMP: The Tiffin Baseball Camp for kids age 7-13 runs 9 a.m.-noon June 13-16. Check-in begins as early as 8 a.m. each day. The cost, which includes a camp T-shirt, is $30 for one day, $55 for two days, $75 for three days and $90 for all four days. The price includes “Ballpark” lunch to go for kids and parents. The camps include “Get Ready” in the locker room, multi-level skill instruction and daily competitions. Registrations and information can be found at tiffinbaseballcamps.com.

JV TENNIS: Clyde’s Alex Begley, Sam Borden, Janne Fromberg, Ben Hohenstein, Alex Kauble, Michael Miller, Logan Nicely and Alex Pawsey all won matches against Huron Thursday.

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GOLF: The team of Jim Ruess, Dave Seislove, Keith Breighner and Mike Hamp shot 7-under par to win the Clinton Heights Senior Golf League Wednesday. Prize winners were Don Kin (closest to the pin No. 11 and longest putt No. 13), Ruess (closest to the pin in two No. 15) and Bob Waltermeyer (closest to the pin in three No. 17).

n The team of Dave Combs, Dutch Edeburn, Harry Smith and Paul R. Fey were 4-under par to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Jeff Wise had the long putt on No. 9. Tim Mannis was closest to the pin on No. 6 and Dave Combs had the low gross of 38.

TIFFIN BABE RUTH BASEBALL: The Tiffin Babe Ruth Baseball League still has six openings for players aged 13-16. For more information, contact Fred McDole at the following phone numbers: (567) 330-3018 or (419) 455-4490. To register, sign up at tabrl.sportssignup.com

JV BASEBALL: Columbian fell to Bellevue 7-6 Wednesday. Karter Reinbolt had two hits, including a triple and an RBI. Gabe Reyes added a hit and two RBIs, while Braden Brown, Tyson Price and Zach Mehing all had hits. Jacob Banks also had an RBI.

BASEBALL YOUTH CAMP: The Heidelberg Baseball Youth Camp is set for June 6-8 from 9 a.m to 2 p.m. The camp is for boys and girls entering grades K-8. It is $75 per camper and $65 per camper for multi-child families, which includes a t-shirt and lunch. Registration forms can be found on the Heidelberg baseball webpage and mailed in. Contact Chad Fitzgerald with questions at (724) 699-4607 or email at cfitzger@heidelberg.edu.

WRESTLING CAMP: The Tiffin University Wrestling Summer Camp is slated for June 6, 8, 13, 15, 22, 24, 27 and 29 from 9-11 a.m. at the Tiffin University wrestling room, 43 Gilmor St. It’s for any youth, middle school or high school wrestlers. Youth wrestlers are encouraged to bring a partner. Cost is $150 per wrestler. There is a sibling discount for middle school and youth wrestlers. Make checks payable to Tiffin Wrestling. The head clinician is TU’s head coach Joey Simone. He’s a three-time all-American and since coming to Tu in 20111, he has coached 13 national qualifiers, five all-Americans and 22 all-academic student athletes. also there will be the assistant wrestling coach Dustin Porter, who was a four-time Division I national qualifier, a four-time conference champion and qualified for World Team Trials. Jefferey Pelton (assistant coach) and current TU wrestlers will attend as well. The camp will focus on all three positions is wrestling (top, bottom and neutral), but will have a heavy emphasis on being able to turn an opponent and escape from the bottom. They will focus on scoring “transition” points from a takedown into turns. Find registration forms on the TU athletic website under wrestling.

DISTRICT 9 ALL-STAR GAME: The senior District 9 All-Start Game is Saturday at 11 a.m. at Oak Harbor high School. Some local players that will be playing in the game are Walker Cooper, Clyde; Christian Magill, Columbian; Kyle Geary, Bellevue; Cody Gabriel, Upper Sandusky; Lance Smith, Fostoria; Ryan Bowerman; Seneca East; Drewe Tipple, Seneca East; Logan Tyree, Hopewell-Loudon; Austin Mathias, New Riegel; Marc Harris, Old Fort; Drew Ritzler, Calvert; Austin Shock, Mohawk; Grant Loy, Buckeye Central and Dakota Gilbert, Lakota.

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Calvert well represented at regionals

GIBSONBURG – Kennedy Smith, and the Calvert 4×800 team punched their tickets to regionals Wednesday. Smith placed fourth in the long jump with a distance of 15-4. The 4×800 relay team of Taylor Harris, Madison Jones, Lindsey Lucius and Morgan Smith also placed fourth in their respective event, qualifying for regionals with a time of 10:42.71.

No Tornadoes through on 1st day

In the few events scored Wednesday at Frost-Kalnow Stadium, Columbian’s girls are ninth (3 points) and the boys are 11th (6 points).

The boys 4×800 team of Adam Forrest, Tanner Schreiner, Jacob Anderson and Kerrick Fanning missed a trip to regionals by one spot with a fifth-placed finish in 8:16.35.

Amanda Schwartz was on the outside looking in in the high jump as she placed fifth, clearing 4-10.

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CORRECTION: New Riegel’s Austin Mathias was omitted from the “Harper named Player of the Year in D-IV” article on 1B Tuesday. He earned second-team honors in Division IV.

VARSITY SOFTBALL: Lucas beat Mohawk 13-6 in a Division IV district semifinal at Shelby Tuesday.

GAMES RESCHEDULED: Tuesday’s weather forced the district semifinal softball game between Bellevue and Upper Sandusky to be rescheduled for today at 6 p.m. at Seneca East High.

n Due to the district semifinal between Bellevue and Upper Sandusky moving to today, today’s other semifinal between Clear Fork and Clyde will start at 4 p.m. at Seneca East High.

BASEBALL: The Heidelberg Baseball Youth Camp is June 6-8 from 9 a.m to 2 p.m. The camp is for boys and girls entering grades K-8. It is $75 per camper and $65 per camper for multi-child families, which includes a T-shirt and lunch. Registration forms can be found on the Heidelberg baseball webpage and mailed in. Contact Chad Fitzgerald with questions at (724) 699-4607 or email at cfitzger@heidelberg.edu.

WRESTLING: The Tiffin University Wrestling Summer Camp is June 6, 8, 13, 15, 22, 24, 27 and 29 from 9-11 a.m. at the Tiffin University wrestling room, 43 Gilmor St. It’s for any youth, middle school or high school wrestlers. Youth wrestlers are encouraged to bring a partner. Cost is $150 per wrestler. There is a sibling discount for middle school and youth wrestlers. Make checks payable to Tiffin Wrestling. The head clinician is TU coach Joey Simone. He’s a three-time all-American and since coming to TU in 20111, he has coached 13 national qualifiers, five all-Americans and 22 all-academic student athletes. Also there will be the assistant wrestling coach Dustin Porter, who was a four-time Division I national qualifier, a four-time conference champion and qualified for World Team Trials. Jefferey Pelton (assistant coach) and current TU wrestlers will also attend. The camp will focus on all three positions is wrestling (top, bottom and neutral), but will have a heavy emphasis on being able to turn an opponent and escape from the bottom. They will focus on scoring “transition” points from a takedown into turns. Find registration forms on the TU athletic website under wrestling.

DISTRICT 9 ALL-STAR GAME: The senior District 9 All-Start Game is Saturday at 11 a.m. at Oak Harbor High. Locals who will play are Walker Cooper, Clyde; Christian Magill, Columbian; Kyle Geary, Bellevue; Cody Gabriel, Upper Sandusky; Lance Smith, Fostoria; Ryan Bowerman; Seneca East; Drewe Tipple, Seneca East; Logan Tyree, Hopewell-Loudon; Austin Mathias, New Riegel; Marc Harris, Old Fort; Drew Ritzler, Calvert; Austin Shock, Mohawk; Grant Loy, Buckeye Central and Dakota Gilbert, Lakota.

GOLF: Ron Rau and Roger Sours lead after one week of the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi League with 15 points. Prize holes went to Rick Sanford (closest second shot No. 2), Dick Hull (closest to pin No. 7) and Dave Hoke (longest putt No. 8).

n Prize winners for the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League went to Barb Kuhn (closest to pin in two No. 10) and Carla Siebenaller (longest putt No. 14 and closest to pin on drive No. 18).

n Prize winners for the Baumann Women’s Monday Night Scramble League went to Susan Gibson (No. 1), Carla and Barb (closest to pin No. 8) and Jeanine Curns (long putt No. 9).

n Alex Reamer (7 1/2 points), Louie Brickner (7 1/2 points), Dan Coglatruglo (7 points) and Justin Predieri (7 points) competed in the Napoli Pizza League May 11 at Clinton Heights. Predieri and Brickner had the low gross with a 42, while Reamer took home the low net with a 33. Field prizes went to Tyler Heslet (closest in two No. 2), Predieri (long drive No. 6), Tony Latona (closest to pin No. 5) and Dave Snyder (closest in three No. 9). Skins went to Brickner and Snyder.

n There were 38 players in the Bump’s Traveling Golf group at Fostoria Country Club Tuesday. Dick Best, Roger Jump, George Wolpf and Paul Martorano won, shooting a 13-under par. Ken Gooding, Bob Barchus, Howard Elchert and Steve Bernard finished second with a 12-under par. Next Tuesday, the group travels to Wousickett Golf Club near Sandusky beginning at 10 a.m.

COACH NEEDED: Upper Sandusky seeks a JV boys basketball coach for the upcoming season. For more information, contact Brad Ehrman at (419) 294-1788 or brad_e@usevs.org.

KADER KRAWL MUD RUN: The P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host a Kader Krawl Mud Run June 18. There will be a kids mud run (age 12 and under) at 9 a.m. and a 5K mud run at 10 a.m. There will be many obstacles including mud pits, ice baths, climbing walls, slip n’ slide and much more. Registration forms can be downloaded from the P.M. Gillmor Community Park Facebook page. Registrations are due by May 27 for a T-shirt guarantee. For more information, text or call Ann Miller at (419) 455-4028 or by email at masp5311@yahoo.com.

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COLLEGE SIGNING: Columbian’s Will Jones will sign his letter of intent Wednesday to bowl at Muskingum University.

GOLF: Dave Combs, Dutch Edeburn, Harry Smith and Paul R. Frey were plus-4 to win the Retirees League at Seneca Hills Monday. Prize winners were Jeff Wise (long putt No. 9) and Tim Mannas (closest to pin No. 6). Combs had the low gross with a 38.

BASEBALL YOUTH CAMP: The Heidelberg Baseball Youth Camp is set for June 6-8 from 9 a.m to 2 p.m. The camp is for boys and girls entering grades K-8. It is $75 per camper and $65 per camper for multi-child families, which includes a t-shirt and lunch. Registration forms can be found on the Heidelberg baseball webpage and mailed in. Contact Chad Fitzgerald with questions at (724) 699-4607 or email at cfitzger@heidelberg.edu.

WRESTLING CAMP: The Tiffin University Wrestling Summer Camp is slated for June 6, 8, 13, 15, 22, 24, 27 and 29 from 9-11 a.m. at the Tiffin University wrestling room, 43 Gilmor St. It’s for any youth, middle school or high school wrestlers. Youth wrestlers are encouraged to bring a partner. Cost is $150 per wrestler. There is a sibling discount for middle school and youth wrestlers. Make checks payable to Tiffin Wrestling. The head clinician is TU’s head coach Joey Simone. He’s a three-time all-American and since coming to TU in 2011, he has coached 13 national qualifiers, five all-Americans and 22 all-academic student athletes. Also there will be the assistant wrestling coach Dustin Porter, who was a four-time Division I national qualifier, a four-time conference champion and qualified for World Team Trials. Jeffery Pelton (assistant coach) and current TU wrestlers will attend as well. The camp will focus on all three positions is wrestling (top, bottom and neutral), but will have a heavy emphasis on being able to turn an opponent and escape from the bottom. They will focus on scoring “transition” points from a takedown into turns. Find registration forms on the TU athletic website under the tab wrestling.

DISTRICT 9 ALL-STAR GAME: The senior District 9 All-Star Baseball Game is Saturday at 11 a.m. at Oak Harbor high School. Some local players that will be playing in the game are Walker Cooper, Clyde; Christian Magill, Columbian; Kyle Geary, Bellevue; Cody Gabriel, Upper Sandusky; Lance Smith, Fostoria; Ryan Bowerman; Seneca East; Drewe Tipple, Seneca East; Logan Tyree, Hopewell-Loudon; Austin Mathias, New Riegel; Marc Harris, Old Fort; Drew Ritzler, Calvert; Austin Shock, Mohawk; Grant Loy, Buckeye Central and Dakota Gilbert, Lakota.

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BASKETBALL: The American Youth Basketball Tour will host a tournament in Findlay June 4-5 for boys and girls fourth grade through varsity teams. All teams are guaranteed four games for $295. To register or for information, visit www.aybtour.com, email efriesin@columbus.rr.com or call/text Eric Friesinger at (740) 704-4612.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. Call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

COLLEGE SCOUT SHOWCASE: The Ed Santa Summer College Pro Scout Showcase will be held June 22 at the Cene Park Baseball Complex in Struthers. Registration information for players can be found at bobcenepark.com or youngstownclassb.com.

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BASKETBALL: The American Youth Basketball Tour will host a tournament in Findlay June 4-5 for boys and girls fourth grade through varsity teams. All teams are guaranteed four games for $295. To register or for information, visit www.aybtour.com, email efriesin@columbus.rr.com or call/text Eric Friesinger at (740) 704-4612.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division for players age 14-18 and baseball division for players age 13-16 still have openings for players. Call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

COLLEGE SCOUT SHOWCASE: The Ed Santa Summer College Pro Scout Showcase will be held June 22 at the Cene Park Baseball Complex in Struthers. Registration information for players can be found at bobcenepark.com or youngstownclassb.com.

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VARSITY TENNIS: Columbian finished the sectional tournament Friday as Ben Klepper placed third and the doubles team of Zach Gaietto and Tyler Hawk finished fourth. Klepper defeated Fremont Ross’ Alexander Thatcher, 6-1, 6-1. Gaietto and Hawk lost to Fremont Ross’ Marshall Kuieck and Lucas Cronin, 3-6, 7-5, 6-4.

VARSITY BASEBALL: Huron topped Bellevue 1-0 in a Division II district quarterfinal Friday.

VARSITY SOFTBALL: Clyde topped Norwalk 10-9 in a Division II district quarterfinal Friday. Maddy Young and Adriana Sanchez had three hits apiece for the Fliers, while Heidi Marshall, Maddie Montgomery and Kennedy Arndt had two and Marissa Gill, Kaylee Klinski, Chase Arndt and Delaney Gill had one. Marissa Gill hit a triple. Sanchez was the winning pitcher as she gave up nine runs on 10 hits while striking out seven and walking one in 6 1/3 innings. Bailey Thomas was the losing pitcher for Norwalk.

n Fostoria led Margaretta 2-1 into the sixth inning Friday in a Division III district quarterfinal. However, the Polar Bears plated six runs in the bottom of the sixth to dispatch the Redmen 7-2. Alex Talley hit a pair of singles for FHS. Tyriana Settles took the loss in the circle.

BASKETBALL: The American Youth Basketball Tour is hosting a tournament in Findlay June 4-5 for boys and girls teams fourth grade through varsity. All teams are guaranteed four games for $295. To register and for information can be obtained at www.aybtour.com, email efriesin@columbus.rr.com or by calling or texting Eric Friesinger at (740) 704-4612.

GOLF: In the North Division of the Baumanns Wednesday Night two-man scramble at Clinton Heights, Brent Hemminger and Chris Berry and Doyle Magers and Mike Huffmon are tied with 17.5 points. In the South Division, Ken Gooding and Brian Fox have 20 points. Prize holes went to Will Rennels (closest in two No. 10), Len Goshe (long putt No. 14) and Paul VanHorn (closest in three No. 17). In skins, Rennels and Chad Dunlap won No. 10 and Mike Griffin and Derek Lewis took No. 14.

n Prize winners of the first week of the Thursday Night K of C League went to Tony Latona (closest in two No. 10), Mark Kontak (closest to pin No. 14), Josh Predieri (long drive No. 16) and Bob Gooding (closest in three No. 17).

n There were two teams that tied with a scored of 6-under par Friday in the Senior Golf League at Clinton Heights. Carl Rainey, Fred Smith, Mike Hampp and Tom Ardner and Herb Love, Keith Breighner, Bob Shultz and Dave Gase were the two squads that tied. Prize winners were Hampp (closest in one No. 5), Love (closest in two No. 7), Don Kin (closest in three No. 9) and Jim Carter (longest putt No. 4).

COLLEGE SCOUT SHOWCASE: The Ed Santa Summer College Pro Scout Showcase will be held June 22 at the Cene Park Baseball Complex in Struthers. Registration information for players can be found at bobcenepark.com or youngstownclassb.com.

BABE RUTH LEAGUE: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League softball division, 14-18 year-olds and baseball division, 13-16 year-olds still has openings for players. Contact Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018, or register online at www.tabrl.sportssignup.com.

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VARSITY BASEBALL: Lucas defeated Buckeye Central 2-0 Wednesday in a Division IV district quarterfinal. The Bucks were limited to just three hits as Grant Loy, Jaret Shook and Seth Parsons had the hits. Loy took the loss, but he gave up just two runs (no earned) on two hits, while striking out five in seven innings. The Cubs scored two runs in the top of the first and that’s all they needed.

GOLF: The team of Dutch Edeburn, Tim Mannas and Dave Everhart shot 3-under par to win the Thursday Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Joe Weaver (long putt No. 17) and Mannas (closest to pin No. 18).

n After the first week of play, there is a three-way tie for first place in the Reineke Early Flight Wednesday night league at Clinton Heights. Prize holes went to Steve Reinhart (long putt No. 2), Rick Wise (closest to pin No. 5), Shawn Bloom (long drive No. 6) and John Bing (closest in three No. 9).

BASKETBALL: The Clyde Girls Summer League is forming for girls entering grades 5-8 in all local schools. The league’s season will consist of three weeks of games. Dates of games are June 7, June 10, June 14, June 16 and June 21. The start time on game days will be 9-11 a.m. at McPherson Middle School in Clyde. Camp cost is $25 per person. Checks can be mailed to Dave Lozier at 204 E. Merlin Lane, Clyde, Ohio 43410. Make checks payable to Clyde Flier Boosters Inc. For more information, contact Lozier at dlozier@clyde.k12.oh.us.

n Seneca East High School will host the I’m Possible Elite Skills Basketball Camp June 3-4 for boys and girls entering grades 4-12. The camp will be led by NBA skills coach Anthony Porter. Information and registration can be found at main.possibletraining.com/attica.

COACH SOUGHT: Upper Sandusky High seeks a head volleyball coach and a junior varsity boys basketball coach for 2016-17. For more information, contact Brad Ehrman at 419-294-1788 or brad_e@usevs.org.

PHYSICAL DAY: Upper Sandusky High will host an athletic physical day event for USHS and USMS athletes (rising grades 7-12) who will play a sport next year. A $15 donation to the USHS athletic department will be collected. The money will go toward purchasing medical supplies and training materials four the athletic teams. The date for girls is May 24 from 5-7 p.m. and for the boys it will be May 31 from 5-7 p.m. Both events will be held in the high school gym. Students or parents need to pick up a physical form from the information rack outside the high school office or from the middle school office prior to physical day. A student will not be given a physical without a parent’s signature. For more information, call (419) 294-2308.

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GOLF: For the Tuesday Steyer Seed two-man scramble league at Clinton Heights, the Week 3 point leaders are the team of Tom and Joel Ardner with 14.5 points. The low gross were Tom and Joel Ardner and Billey Diehm and Ryan Huss with a 33. Low net was Diehm and Huss with a 30. Prize winners were Brian Bean (long putt No. 2), Jim Carter (long putt No. 4), Tom Ardner (long drive senior No. 6), Joel Ardner (long drive regular No. 6) and Diehm (closest to pin No. 8).

n The teams of Dave Combs, Lloyd Straub, Greg Bishop and Howard Hohman, Bill Dunlap, Bumm Farr, Ray Nutter, Skip Halcomb and John Garpiel and Bob Gooding, Lou Greiselding, Jim Carter and Jim Sherwood all shot 6-under par top tie in the Wednesday Senior Clinton Heights League. Prize winners included Bob Gooding (closest to pin in one No. 8), Straub (closest to pin in two No. 4), Bishop (closest to pin in three No. 9) and Keith Breighner (longest putt No. 1).

PHYSICAL DAY: Upper Sandusky High School is hosting an athletic physical day event for USHS and USMS athletes (rising grades 7-12) that are going to play a sport next year. A $15 donation to the USHS Athletic Department will be collected. The money will go toward purchasing medical supplies and training materials four the athletic teams. The date for girls is May 24 from 5-7 p.m. and for the boys it will be May 31 from 5-7 p.m. Both events will be held in the USHS gym. Students or parents need to pick up a physical form from the information rack outside the USHS office or from the USMS office prior to physical day. A student will not be given a physical without a parent’s signature. If there are any questions, contact the USHS office at (419) 294-2308.

BASKETBALL: The Clyde Girls Summer League is forming for girls entering grades 5-8 in all local schools. The league’s season will consist of three weeks of games. Dates of games are June 7, June 10, June 14, June 16 and June 21. The start time on game days will be 9-11 a.m. at McPherson Middle School in Clyde. Camp cost is $25 per person. Checks can be mailed to Dave Lozier at 204 E. Merlin Lane, Clyde, Ohio 43410. Make checks payable to Clyde Flier Boosters Inc. For more information, contact Lozier at dlozier@clyde.k12.oh.us.

n Seneca East High School will host the I’m Possible Elite Skills Basketball Camp June 3-4 for boys and girls entering grades 4-12. The camp will be led by NBA skills coach Anthony Porter. Information and registration can be found at main.possibletraining.com/attica.

COACH SOUGHT: Upper Sandusky High seeks a head volleyball coach and a junior varsity boys basketball coach for 2016-17. For more information, contact Brad Ehrman at 419-294-1788 or brad_e@usevs.org.

PREP TRACK: The Sandusky Bay Conference Track Championships occur Friday on Heigel Track at Port Clinton’s Tru Lay Stadium. Field events start at 4 p.m., running semifinals start at 4:20 p.m., and running finals start at 6:20 p.m. Admission is $6 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens. Only SBC Administrative Passes will be accepted. For more information, call Port Clinton Athletic Director Rick Dominick at (419) 734-2147.

n Bucyrus High will host the Northern 10 Track Championships Friday at 4:30 p.m. Admission will be $7 for adults, senior citizens and students.

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BASKETBALL: The Clyde Girls Summer League is forming for girls entering grades 5-8 in all local schools. The league’s season will consist of three weeks of games. Dates of games are June 7, June 10, June 14, June 16 and June 21. The start time on game days will be 9-11 a.m. at McPherson Middle School in Clyde. Camp cost is $25 per person. Checks can be mailed to Dave Lozier at 204 E. Merlin Lane, Clyde, Ohio 43410. Make checks payable to Clyde Flier Boosters Inc. For more information, contact Lozier at dlozier@clyde.k12.oh.us.

n Seneca East High School will host the I’m Possible Elite Skills Basketball Camp June 3-4 for boys and girls entering grades 4-12. The camp will be led by NBA skills coach Anthony Porter. Information and registration can be found at main.possibletraining.com/attica.

COACH SOUGHT: Upper Sandusky High seeks a head volleyball coach and a junior varsity boys basketball coach for 2016-17. For more information, contact Brad Ehrman at 419-294-1788 or brad_e@usevs.org.

PREP TRACK: The Sandusky Bay Conference Track Championships occur Friday on Heigel Track at Port Clinton’s Tru Lay Stadium. Field events start at 4 p.m., running semifinals start at 4:20 p.m., and running finals start at 6:20 p.m. Admission is $6 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens. Only SBC Administrative Passes will be accepted. For more information, call Port Clinton Athletic Director Rick Dominick at (419) 734-2147.

n Bucyrus High will host the Northern 10 Track Championships Friday at 4:30 p.m. Admission will be $7 for adults, senior citizens and students.

GOLF: Carol Shook ended closest to the green in three at No. 5, hit the long drive from the black tees at No. 9 and tied for the most two putts in the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League. Dorothy Smith also tied for the most two putts, while Janet Scheid hit the long drive at No. 9 from the red tees.

n Gary Hohman, Dutch Ediburn, Tom Puffenberger and Denny Lofay shot 10 under to win the Bump’s Traveling League outing at Green Hills. Ken Gooding, Mark Orians, Larry Miller and Pete Mesiner took second. The May 17 outing occurs at Fostoria Country Club at 10 a.m. Players should be there by 9:30 a.m. with team draws at 9:45 a.m.

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GOLF: The team of Jeff Wise, Ken Zeop, Steve Meier and Gene Sherer were even par to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Rufus Tyree had the long putt at No. 12, Ken Zeop was closest to the pin at No. 16, and Don Kin and Frank Michniak each had the low gross of 36.

JV TENNIS: Columbian’s Travis Durham won a match against Bowling Green, and the Tornadoes also picked up doubles wins from Eli Theis and Jared Anderson, and Will Jones and Anthony Petrosino.

JV BASEBALL: Columbian lost 7-2 to Bellevue. Trevor Fox had singled twice for Columbian and Braden Brown and Tyson Price each singled.

BASKETBALL: The Clyde Girls Summer League is forming for girls entering grades 5-8 in all local schools. The league’s season will consist of three weeks of games. Dates of games are June 7, June 10, June 14, June 16 and June 21. The start time on game days will be 9-11 a.m. at McPherson Middle School in Clyde. Camp cost is $25 per person. Checks can be mailed to Dave Lozier at 204 E. Merlin Lane, Clyde, Ohio 43410. Make checks payable to Clyde Flier Boosters Inc. For more information, contact Lozier at dlozier@clyde.k12.oh.us.

n Seneca East High School will host the I’m Possible Elite Skills Basketball Camp June 3-4 for boys and girls entering grades 4-12. The camp will be led by NBA skills coach Anthony Porter. Information and registration can be found at main.possibletraining.com/attica.

COACH SOUGHT: Upper Sandusky High seeks a head volleyball coach and a junior varsity boys basketball coach. For more information, contact Brad Ehrman at (419) 294-1788 or brad_e@usevs.org.

PREP TRACK: The Sandusky Bay Conference Track Championships occur Friday on Heigel Track at Port Clinton’s Tru Lay Stadium. Field events start at 4 p.m., running semifinals start at 4:20 p.m., and running finals start at 6:20 p.m. Admission is $6 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens. Only SBC Administrative Passes will be accepted. For more information, call Port Clinton Athletic Director Rick Dominick at (419) 734-2147.

n Bucyrus High will host the Northern 10 Track Championships Friday at 4:30 p.m. Admission will be $7 for adults, senior citizens and students.

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JV SOFTBALL: Gabie Oliver went 2 for 3 with two RBIs, and Old Fort beat Lakota, 13-3. Angela Miller had a hit, a run scored and an RBI, while Karli Colson had a hit, two RBIs and a run scored. Laini Gillett also aided the Stockaders with with two hits – including a double – and two runs scored.

PREP TRACK: Bellevue’s boys won three events Saturday to set the tone in a runner-up finish at the Shelby Freshman Sophomore Invitational. Shelby beat the Redmen 93 1/2-88, with Upper Sandusky taking sixth (36 1/2) and Seneca East ending ninth (18). Ray Colton, Austin Ostrum, Jake Holmer and Sal Eaton claimed the 4×200 (1:38.2) for Bellevue, Eaton, Ostrum, Paul Shelley and Hunter Singleton won the 4×100 (46.4), and Shelley (23.99) and Ostrum (24.27) ran 1-2 in the 200. Upper Sandusky got a second from shot putter Dylan Ham (41-4) and high jumper Simon Getz (5-8). Seneca East’s Cade Reichert took third in the discus (119-0).

BASKETBALL: Hopewell-Loudon will host a camp May 31-June 3 at the high school. Grades 1-7 run 9-11:30 a.m. May 31-June 3, while grades 8-12 run 1-4 p.m. June 2-3. Cost is $35 for grades 1-7. Registration forms are available at school, via the coaches or on the school website under boys basketball. The registration and payment is due May 12 to guarantee camp orders are on time and to get T-shirts and other things. Pay by check if possible and make it payable to Hopewell-Loudon Schools with the notation of “boys basketball camp.” Coach Roger Jury and members of the coaching staff will conduct the camp. Present players will help in addition to alumni who may be available.

n The Tiffin Youth Basketball Skills Camp is open to those students who will enter grades 3-9. The camp runs May 31-June 3. Students entering eighth and ninth grade are not permitted to attend until June 1. The camp for grades 3-5 runs 9 a.m-noon, and the camp for grades 6-9 runs 1-4 p.m. Cost is $30 per person with family package deals available. For a registration form, stop by the Columbian High School athletic office or visit the elementary school office. Forms and payment are due by Tuesday in order to guarantee a T-shirt for the camp.

GOLF: The Lofay Construction Co-Ed Softball League will host a scramble at Clinton Heights Golf Course on May 14 at 8 a.m. Cost is $45 per person and $180 per four-person team, which includes a meal. There will be a 50/50 drawing and other raffles, as well as prizes for longest drive, longest putt and closest to the pin. All participants will receive door prizes. For more information, to pre-register, or to reserve a hole sponsorship, contact Mike Frisch at (567)-207-5385 or Kylie Mathias at mathiask@findlay.edu. The registration form and entry fee can also be mailed to Mike Frisch at 2635 Township Road 86, Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

KADER KRAWL MUD RUN: The P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host the Kader Krawl Mud Run on June 18. For children ages 12 and under, there will be a Kids’ Mud Run at 9 a.m. and a 5K Mud Run at 10 a.m. There will be many obstacles, including mud pits, ice baths, climbing walls, slip n’ slides and more. Registration forms can be downloaded from the P.M. Gillmor Community Park Facebook page. The forms are due by May 27 in order to guarantee a T-shirt. For more information, text or call Ann Miller at (419) 455-4028, or email her at masp5311@yahoo.com.

SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has openings for players age 14-18. Players cannot turn 19 before May 1. To register, go online www.tabrl.sportssignup.com or contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has openings for players age 13-16. Players cannot turn 17 before May 1. To register, go online www.tabrl.sportssignup.com or contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018.

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BASKETBALL: Hopewell-Loudon will host a camp May 31-June 3 at the high school. Grades 1-7 run 9-11:30 a.m. May 31-June 3, while grades 8-12 run 1-4 p.m. June 2-3. Cost is $35 for grades 1-7. Registration forms are available at school, via the coaches or on the school website under boys basketball. The registration and payment is due May 12 to guarantee camp orders are on time and to get T-shirts and other things. Pay by check if possible and make it payable to Hopewell-Loudon Schools with the notation of “boys basketball camp.” Coach Roger Jury and members of the coaching staff will conduct the camp. Present players will help in addition to alumni who may be available.

n The Tiffin Youth Basketball Skills Camp is open to those students who will enter grades 3-9. The camp runs May 31-June 3. Students entering eighth and ninth grade are not permitted to attend until June 1. The camp for grades 3-5 runs 9 a.m-noon, and the camp for grades 6-9 runs 1-4 p.m. Cost is $30 per person with family package deals available. For a registration form, stop by the Columbian High School athletic office or visit the elementary school office. Forms and payment are due by Tuesday in order to guarantee a T-shirt for the camp.

GOLF: The Lofay Construction Co-Ed Softball League will host a scramble at Clinton Heights Golf Course on May 14 at 8 a.m. Cost is $45 per person and $180 per four-person team, which includes a meal. There will be a 50/50 drawing and other raffles, as well as prizes for longest drive, longest putt and closest to the pin. All participants will receive door prizes. For more information, to pre-register, or to reserve a hole sponsorship, contact Mike Frisch at (567) 207-5385 or Kylie Mathias at mathiask@findlay.edu. The registration form and entry fee can also be mailed to Mike Frisch at 2635 Township Road 86, Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

KADER KRAWL MUD RUN: The P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host the Kader Krawl Mud Run on June 18. For children ages 12 and under, there will be a Kids’ Mud Run at 9 a.m. and a 5K Mud Run at 10 a.m. There will be many obstacles, including mud pits, ice baths, climbing walls, slip n’ slides and more. Registration forms can be downloaded from the P.M. Gillmor Community Park Facebook page. The forms are due by May 27 in order to guarantee a T-shirt. For more information, text or call Ann Miller at (419) 455-4028, or email her at masp5311@yahoo.com.

SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has openings for players age 14-18. Players cannot turn 19 before May 1. To register, go online www.tabrl.sportssignup.com or contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has openings for players age 13-16. Players cannot turn 17 before May 1. To register, go online www.tabrl.sportssignup.com or contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018.

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JV TENNIS: Upper Sandusky’s Alex Brodman won a match against Bellevue.

n Columbian’s doubles teams of Eli Theis and Jared Anderson, Will Jones and Anthony Petrosino, Jared Bour-Jones and Larry Messer, and Matt Klepper and Travin Durham all won matches against Norwalk.

GOLF: The Seneca County Amateur Tournament, scheduled for today and Sunday, has been canceled due to inclement conditions and has been rescheduled for Oct. 1-2. All entries will be refunded.

n In the Friday Senior League at Clinton Heights, the winning team of Ted Rombach, Keith Breighner, Jim Carter and Gary Kroeger shot 5 under. Fred Smith was closest in one on No. 8, Mike Mertz was closest in two on No. 3, Kroeger was closest in three on No. 9 and Gary Hohman had the long putt on No. 4.

n The Seneca Hills Retirees League’s new tee time is 9 a.m., with sign in after 8 a.m. starting Monday.

JV BASEBALL: Columbian lost to Shelby, 14-1. Gabe Reyes had two hits for Columbian, while Braden Brown doubled. Karter Reinbolt, Trevor Fox, Matt Sharpe, Clay Bowman, and Zach Mehling all had hits for TC.

DISTRICT BASEBALL: Willard’s game at Bucyrus today has been moved to 11 a.m.

HEIDELBERG: New Riegel’s Leah Bouillon will continue her basketball and softball career at Heidelberg.

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VOLLEYBALL: The Black Swamp Volleyball Club 11U team beat Elevation-11 Amanda 25-19, 21-25, 15-3 to win the Ohio Valley Junior Olympic title last weekend in Columbus. The loss in the second set was the lone loss in the tournament for the team. Team members include Kaya Capretta, Ashley Dyer, Kendal Krzyzak, Hanna Miller, Olivia Miller, Cecilia Palm, Ella Payne, Leah Shumate, Emma Valentine and Lydia Wellman. The team was coached by Jason Miller.

JV TENNIS: Clyde’s Alex Begley, Sam Borden, Heath Maines, Logan Nicely and Alex Pawsey each won a singles match against Port Clinton.

n Columbian’s doubles teams of Eli Theis and Jared Anderson, Will Jones and Anthony Petrosino, Jared Bour-Jones and Larry Messer, and Zach Krintzline and Colin Burkett all won matches against Bellevue.

BASKETBALL CAMP: Hopewell-Loudon High School will host a camp May 31-June 3 at the high school. Grades 1-7 is from 9-11:30 a.m. May 31-June 3, while grades 8-12 is from 1-4 p.m. June 2-3. Cost is $35 for grades 1-7. Registration forms are available at school, via the coaches or on the school website under boys basketball. The registration and payment is due by Friday if possible or by May 12 to guarantee camp orders are on time and to get T-shirts and other things. They will be taking them up to the camp though. Pay by check if possible and make it payable to Hopewell-Loudon Schools with the notation of “boys basketball camp.” Coach Roger Jury and members of the coaching staff will conduct the camp. Present players will help in addition to alumni who may be available.

n The Tiffin Youth Basketball Skills Camp is open to those students who will enter grades 3-9. The camp runs May 31-June 3. Students entering eighth and ninth grade are not permitted to attend until June 1. The camp for grades 3-5 runs 9 a.m-noon, and the camp for grades 6-9 runs 1-4 p.m. Cost is $30 per person with family package deals available. For a registration form, stop by the Columbian High School athletic office or visit the elementary school office. Forms and payment are due by Tuesday in order to guarantee a T-shirt for the camp.

GOLF: The Seneca Hills Retirees League begins at 9 a.m. May 9, with sign in after 8 a.m.

n The Lofay Construction Co-Ed Softball League will host a scramble at Clinton Heights Golf Course on May 14 at 8 a.m. Cost is $45 per person and $180 per four-person team, which includes a meal. There will be a 50/50 drawing and other raffles, as well as prizes for longest drive, longest putt and closest to the pin. The scramble winner receives $500, and runner-up receives $250. All participants will also receive door prizes. For more information, to pre-register, or to reserve a hole sponsorship, contact Mike Frisch at (567)-207-5385 or Kylie Mathias at mathiask@findlay.edu. The registration form and entry fee can also be mailed to Mike Frisch at 2635 Township Road 86, Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

n The Lofay Construction Co-Ed Scramble is May 14 at Clinton Heights with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $45 per person or $180 per four-person team. There will be a 50/50 drawing, raffles and hole prizes. For more information, to pre-register or for hole sponsorship, call Mike Frisch at (567) 207-5285 or Kylie Mathias at mathiask@finday.edu.

KADER KRAWL MUD RUN: The P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host the Kader Krawl Mud Run on June 18. For children ages 12 and under, there will be a Kids’ Mud Run at 9 a.m. and a 5K Mud Run at 10 a.m. There will be many obstacles, including mud pits, ice baths, climbing walls, slip n’ slides and more. Registration forms can be downloaded from the P.M. Gillmor Community Park Facebook page. The forms are due by May 27 in order to guarantee a T-shirt. For more information, text or call Ann Miller at (419) 455-4028, or email her at masp5311@yahoo.com.

SOFTBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has openings for players age 14-18. Players cannot turn 19 before May 1. To register, go online www.tabrl.sportssignup.com or contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018.

BASEBALL: The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League has openings for players age 13-16. Players cannot turn 17 before May 1. To register, go online www.tabrl.sportssignup.com or contact Fred McDole at (567) 220-3018.

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GOLF: The team of Don Kin, Jim Ruess, Ray Nutter and Skip Halcomb shot 7-under par to win Wednesday in the Senior Golf League at Clinton Heights. Greg Bishop was the closest to the pin in one shot on No. 5. Jim Carter was the closest to the pin in two shots on No. 2. Ruess was the closest to the pin in three shots on No. 9 and Chuck Wilbert had the longest putt on No. 1.

n Jeremy Schumm shot a 39 for the low gross in the PJ Brickhouse Golf League. Art McGrain shot a 28 for low net. The prize winner was Kevin Brickner with the most penalties with five.

VARSITY TENNIS: Upper Sandusky’s boys tennis team fell to Willard 3-2 on Tuesday. The Rams’ Sam Duress and Noah Frey lost their respective singles matches (Duress in two sets, 6-2, 6-1; Noah Frey in four sets, 7-6, 7-2, 4-6, 6-4). Brandon Miller picked up Upper Sandusky’s first win of the day in the third singles match by winning in two sets, 6-1, 6-2. Willard claimed the win when Kyle Buurma and Connor Robinson defeated Turner Dilley and Nate Hensel in the first doubles match in two sets, 6-3, 6-0. Despite losing the match, Upper Sandusky picked up its final win of the afternoon when Tommy Martin and Chad Mostoller defeated Jackson Schaffer and Graham Wiers in two sets, 6-2, 6-0. Upper Sandusky’s record is now 6-6 in dual matches.

SECTIONAL BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: Hopewell-Loudon will host Old Fort Saturday at 3 p.m. in the first round of the sectional baseball tournament. Adult tickets are $6 and student tickets are $4. No passes will be accepted. The Hopewell-Loudon softball team will also be playing, hosting Fremont St. Joe Monday in the first round of the sectional softball tournament. Ticket prices are the same as the baseball game, and no passes will be accepted.

YOUTH BASKETBALL SKILLS CAMP: The Tiffin Youth Basketball Skills Camp is open to those students who will be entering grades 3-9. The camp will be four days, from May 31 to June 3. Please note that those students entering eighth and ninth grade are not permitted to attend until June 1. The camp for grades 3-5 will run in the morning from 9 a.m-noon, and the camp for grades 6-9 will run from 1-4 p.m. Cost for each camper is $30 with family package deals available. For a registration form, please stop by the Columbian High School athletic office, or visit the elementary school office. Forms and payment are due by Tuesday in order to guarantee a t-shirt for the camp.

KADER KRAWL MUD RUN: The P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca is going to host a Kader Krawl Mud Run on June 18. For children ages 12 and under, there will be a Kids’ Mud Run at 9 a.m. and a 5K Mud Run at 10 a.m. There will be tons of obstacles, including mud pits, ice baths, climbing walls, slip n’ slides and much more. Registration forms can be downloaded from the P.M. Gillmor Community Park Facebook page. The forms are due by May 27 in order to guarantee a t-shirt. For more information, text or call Ann Miller at (419) 455-4028, or email her at masp5311@yahoo.com.

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BASKETBALL CAMP: Hopewell-Loudon High School will host a camp May 31-June 3 at the high school. Grades 1-7 is from 9-11:30 a.m. May 31-June 3, while grades 8-12 is from 1-4 p.m. June 2-3. Cost is $35 for grades 1-7. Registration forms are available at school, via the coaches or on the school website under boys basketball. The registration and payment is due by Friday if possible or by May 12 to guarantee camp orders are on time and to get T-shirts and other things. They will be taking them up to the camp though. Pay by check if possible and make it payable to Hopewell-Loudon Schools with the notation of “boys basketball camp.” Coach Roger Jury and members of the coaching staff will conduct the camp. Present players will help in addition to alumni who may be available.

GOLF: The Seneca Hills Retirees League begins at 9 a.m. May 9, with sign in after 8 a.m.

n The Lofay Construction Co-Ed Softball League will host a scramble at Clinton Heights Golf Course on May 14 at 8 a.m. Cost is $45 per person and $180 per four-person team, which includes a meal. There will be a 50/50 drawing and other raffles, as well as prizes for longest drive, longest putt and closest to the pin. The scramble winner receives $500, and runner-up receives $250. All participants will also receive door prizes. For more information, to pre-register, or to reserve a hole sponsorship, contact Mike Frisch at (567)-207-5385 or Kylie Mathias at mathiask@findlay.edu. The registration form and entry fee can also be mailed to Mike Frisch at 2635 Township Road 86, Tiffin, Ohio 44883.

n There were 38 players at the Bump’s Retiree group outing Tuesday at Valley View Golf Club near Galion. Ken Gooding, Herb Love, Len Farr and Mike Dilliard shot 11-under par to win a tiebreaker over Denny Krupp, Dave Sendelbach, Gary Hohman and Ray Krupp. Next week’s outing is at Green Hills Golf Club near clyde beginning at 10 a.m.

JV BASEBALL: Columbian fell to Norwalk 5-4 in eight innings. Riley Sendelbach struck out 11 in 7 1/3 innings, while giving up five hits. Karter Reinbolt had two hits and an RBI, Gabe Reyes added a double and a single and Braden Brown, Andrew Taylor and Matt Sharpe singled. Sharpe ended with a pair of RBIs.

VARSITY TENNIS: Fostoria beat Rossford 3-2 Tuesday. Fostoria won the third singles match because of a withdraw and the two doubles matches. Jarrett Lornzen and Noah Kitchen won their first doubles match 6-3, 6-3, while the duo of Casey Finsel and Issac Morton won 6-2, 6-2.

JV SOFTBALL: Old Fort routed Lakota 19-1. Angela Miller was 2 for 4 with four RBIs for the Stockaders, while Gabie Oliver was 2 for 4 with three RBIs and Alyssa Kuhn ended 4 for 4.

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GOLF: On Monday, the new start time for the Seneca Hills Retirees League will be 9 a.m. with sign in after 8 a.m.

SECTIONAL BASEBALL/SOFTBALL: The Upper Sandusky baseball team will play Norwalk in the sectional tournament Saturday at 11 a.m. at Norwalk High School. The softball team will play against Shelby in the sectional tournament May 13 at 5 p.m. at Upper Sandusky High School. Admissions will be $6 for adults and $4 for students for all sectional/district baseball and softball games. No passes will be accepted.

GOLF SCRAMBLE: The Lofay Construction Co-Ed Softball league is hosting a golf scramble at Clinton Heights Golf Course May 14, at 8 a.m. The cost is $45 per person and $180 per four-person team. There is a meal following the scramble. There will be a 50/50 drawing and other raffles, as well as prizes for Longest Drive, Longest Putt and Closest to Pin.The winner of the scramble will receive $500, and runner-up will receive $250. All participants will also receive door prizes. For more information, to pre-register or to reserve a hole sponsorship, contact Mike Frisch at (567) 207-5385 or Kylie Mathias at mathiask@findlay.edu. The registration form and entry fee can also be mailed to Mike Frisch at 2635 Township Road 86, Tiffin, 44883.

JV TENNIS: Columbian’s Eli Theis and Jared Anderson both had wins against Ontario Monday.

n Alex Begley, Jason Bickhart, Sam Borden, Janne Fromberg, Ben Hohenstein, Alex Kauble, Tyler Leibengood, Heath Maines, Justin Moyer, Logan Nicely and Alex Pawsey all won matches against Fremont Ross.

CORRECTION: In Sunday’s briefs section, Columbian’s Taylor Tobin, who hit a home run, had her name misspelled.

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RACING CANCELED: Fremont Speedway canceled racing Saturday due to the weather forecast. Racing will resume May 7 with Smith Family Foods Night featuring the Rick’s Truck and Equipment Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (BOSS). The non-wing series will be kicking off its season at “The Track That Action Built.” The Fremont Federal Credit Union 305 Sprints, McCullough Industries 602 Late Models and Burmeister Trophy Dirt Trucks will also be in action. The May 7 event will also showcase the up-and-coming go-karter racers who will have their machines on display along the midway.

JV SOFTBALL: Columbian split a doubleheader with Margaretta, losing the first game 12-6 before winning the second 16-6. Taylor Hoben homered for the Tornadoes.

HOLE-IN-ONE: Jared Kuhlman aced the par-3, 165-yard No. 18 hole at Seneca Hills on April 25 with a 7 iron. Aaron Rider, Adam Smith and Mark Miller witnessed the shot.

COACH SOUGHT: Lakota High seeks a head girls basketball coach, head volleyball coach and assistant football coach. Email ktaylor@lakotaschools.org for more information. Include a letter of interest and a resume if applying.

SOFTBALL: The Vanlue Co-Ed League will host a U.S.S.S.A-sanctioned Emily Bird Co-Ed Tournament May 7. There are also three spots in the league open for co-ed teams starting June 5. For more information, call Sam Dyer at (419) 788-0101.

n Tiffin Babe Ruth Softball League has openings for girls age 14-18, who don’t turn 19 before May 1. Players need to live in Tiffin or Seneca County. For more information, contact Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018.

SOCCER: The Upper Sandusky Lady Rams Soccer Camp runs June 13-16 at the Upper Sandusky High School soccer fields. In the event of poor weather, the camp will occur in the middle school gym. Grades 1-4 are 9-10:30 a.m., while grades 5-8 are 10:30-noon. Cost is $25 and the registration deadline to guarantee a T-shirt is May 20, but campers may register up to the day of the camp. Turn in a camp form at an Upper Sandusky school or mail/drop off at USHS with c/o: Patrick Massara at 800 N. Sandusky Ave., Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351.

BASKETBALL: The Tiffin Youth Basketball Skills Camp is open to students entering grades 3-9. The camp runs May 31 to June 3. Students entering eighth and ninth grade are not permitted to attend until June 1. Grades 3-5 run 9 a.m.-noon, and grades 6-9 run 1-4 p.m. Cost is $30 per camper with package deals available. For a registration form, stop by the Columbian High School Athletic Office, or visit the elementary school office. Forms and payment are due by May 10 in order to guarantee a T-shirt for the camp.

STRIKE OUT CANCER: The seventh annual Strike Out Cancer benefit baseball and softball games occur May 14 at noon at Columbian High School. Columbian baseball and softball will play Mohawk. Pregame festivities will begin at 11 a.m. Fundraiser T-shirts are on sale through May 4, and are available through both Columbian and Mohawk athletic offices. Shirts cost $10 each. All money raised goes toward the Tiffin Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society. For more information, contact either the Columbian or Mohawk athletic department.

BASEBALL: The Heidelberg youth baseball camp runs 9 a.m.-2 p.m. June 6-8 for boys and girls entering grades K-8. Cost is $75 per camper, which includes lunch and a T-shirt. It is $65 per camper for multi-child families. Registration forms can be found on the Heidelberg baseball webpage and mailed in. Contact Chad Fitzgerald with questions at (724) 699-4607 or cfitzger@heidelberg.edu.

GOLF: Eagle Creek Golf Club will host a one-person scramble May 11 at 11 a.m. A certain amount of mulligans will be granted per hole based on a player’s handicap. Cost is $15, plus $5 for skins. Players must have an Eagle Creek Handicap. For more information or to sign up, call the golf shop at (419)-668-8535.

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COACH SOUGHT: Lakota High seeks a head girls basketball coach, head volleyball coach and assistant football coach. Email ktaylor@lakotaschools.org for more information. Include a letter of interest and a resume if applying.

SOFTBALL: The Vanlue Co-Ed League will host a U.S.S.S.A-sanctioned Emily Bird Co-Ed Tournament May 7. There are also three spots in the league open for co-ed teams starting June 5. For more information, call Sam Dyer at (419) 788-0101.

n Tiffin Babe Ruth Softball League has openings for girls age 14-18, who don’t turn 19 before May 1. Players need to live in Tiffin or Seneca County. For more information, contact Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018.

SOCCER: The Upper Sandusky Lady Rams Soccer Camp runs June 13-16 at the Upper Sandusky High School soccer fields. In the event of poor weather, the camp will occur in the middle school gym. Grades 1-4 are 9-10:30 a.m., while grades 5-8 are 10:30-noon. Cost is $25 and the registration deadline to guarantee a T-shirt is May 20, but campers may register up to the day of the camp. Turn in a camp form at an Upper Sandusky school or mail/drop off at USHS with c/o: Patrick Massara at 800 N. Sandusky Ave., Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351.

BASKETBALL: The Tiffin Youth Basketball Skills Camp is open to students entering grades 3-9. The camp runs May 31 to June 3. Students entering eighth and ninth grade are not permitted to attend until June 1. Grades 3-5 run 9 a.m.-noon, and grades 6-9 run 1-4 p.m. Cost is $30 per camper with package deals available. For a registration form, stop by the Columbian High School Athletic Office, or visit the elementary school office. Forms and payment are due by May 10 in order to guarantee a T-shirt for the camp.

STRIKE OUT CANCER: The seventh annual Strike Out Cancer benefit baseball and softball games occur May 14 at noon at Columbian High School. Columbian baseball and softball will play Mohawk. Pregame festivities will begin at 11 a.m. Fundraiser T-shirts are on sale through May 4, and are available through both Columbian and Mohawk athletic offices. Shirts cost $10 each. All money raised goes toward the Tiffin Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society. For more information, contact either the Columbian or Mohawk athletic department.

BASEBALL: The Heidelberg youth baseball camp runs 9 a.m.-2 p.m. June 6-8 for boys and girls entering grades K-8. Cost is $75 per camper, which includes lunch and a T-shirt. It is $65 per camper for multi-child families. Registration forms can be found on the Heidelberg baseball webpage and mailed in. Contact Chad Fitzgerald with questions at (724) 699-4607 or cfitzger@heidelberg.edu.

GOLF: Eagle Creek Golf Club will host a one-person scramble May 11 at 11 a.m. A certain amount of mulligans will be granted per hole based on a player’s handicap. Cost is $15, plus $5 for skins. Players must have an Eagle Creek Handicap. For more information or to sign up, call the golf shop at (419)-668-8535.