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GOLF: The team of Dick Rochester, Paul E. Fey, Ken Zeop and Dutch Edeburn shot 5 under to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Frank Michniak (long putt No. 17) and Gene Scherer (closest to pin No. 18). Starting Monday the new tee time with be 10 a.m. with sign in after 9 a.m.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Upper Sandusky beat Buckeye Central 18-25, 25-20, 25-20.

n Mohawk topped Bucyrus 25-21, 25-23 as Madison Fredritz dished nine assists for the Warriors, while Makenna Harley added five kills and Kayla Burks ended with six digs.

n Old Fort topped New Riegel 25-21, 25-15, 25-18. Jenna Clouse tallied eight kills and 13 digs for OF, while Madison Guth had nine kills, two aces and 13 assists and Audrey Whitman recorded 18 digs. For New Riegel, Julia Reinhart smacked 12 kills and made five digs, while Kaitlyn Kirian lined seven kills and Jacquelyn Lininger had six kills and six digs. Madalyn Reinhart dished 13 assists and made six digs, Lauren Theis made seven digs and Sarah Schalk ended with eight.

n Fostoria lost to Genoa 25-21, 25-8.

n Wynford upended Carey 20-25, 25-21, 25-23.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Old Fort beat New Riegel 25-9, 25-9 as Andrea Reiter collected three aces, a pair of kills and five digs for Old Fort, while Savannah McCoy had four aces, six kills and a pair of digs, Ashlyn Magers added two aces, two digs and nine assists and MarcQue Harris finished with four digs and five assists. Cassidy Eddington had a pair of kills and three digs for New Riegel, and Marianna Tiell tallied four assists and three digs.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Seneca East’s eighth grade beat Upper Sandusky 25-15, 25-20, getting three aces and two digs from Lauren Bogner and nine assists from Katrina Kagy (ace, block).

n Upper Sandusky’s seventh grade beat Seneca East 25-22, 25-13. Bailey Holmer led Seneca East with three aces, three kills and three digs, and Lauryn Green (kill) had three assists and two aces.

* Colonel Crawford beat Seneca East 18-25, 13-25.Winnie Snook had four kills, and Maria Phillips made 12 digs.

n Old Fort’s eighth and seventh grades beat New Riegel. The eighth grade won 25-22, 25-14. Christa Kuhn had four kills, four blocks and three digs for OF, while Emily Hull collected eight aces, three kills and five assists, Kiley Lehner added three aces and a pair of digs, Kara Davidson smacked a pair of kills and Jordan Reineck ended with an ace and four digs. The seventh grade won 25-21, 11-25, 25-23. Madison Gallagher totaled two aces and three digs for the Stockaders, while Alyssa Hoerig added three aces, eight assists and three digs, Breanna Hoerig made three digs, Madison Nesselhauft tallied seven kills and three digs, Chloe Wilkinson added five aces, four kills and seven digs and Jaislyn Woodall ended with five aces, four kills and six assists.

n Tiffin Middle School’s eighth grade beat Willard 25-23, 21-25, 25-20. Addie Conti posted a double-double of 18 assists and 10 kills for TMS, while Hailey Cooper added 14 assists, 10 digs and seven kills, Rylie Roggow had 12 kills, eight digs and seven blocks, Olivia Jacobs made 11 digs, Toria Ingalls smashed six kills, Lucy Smothers registered six digs and Kaitlyn Ledwedge ended with five digs.

RACING: Due to scheduling conflicts, Attica Raceway Park has cancelled its season-ending awards banquet. The point fund money will be sent to race teams. The top 10 in points in the O’Reilly Auto Parts 410 Sprints will share the $22,000 point fund, with champion Bryron Reed getting $8,000. The top 10 in points for the Summit Racing Equipment UMP Late Models will share $15,000, with champion Matt Irey getting $5,000. The top 10 in the Fremont Fence 305 Sprints will share $10,000, with champion Paul Weaver getting $3,000. The rookies of the year are Trey Jacobs (410 Sprints), Matthew Champman (Late Models) and Trevor Baker (305 Sprints).

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: Norwalk beat Columbian 34-8. Chase Frankhouser scored TC’s lone touchdown and Robert Daniel had the conversion. Nick Koerper picked off two passes.

VARSITY TENNIS: The Tornadoes’ Eden Stephey picked up a 6-4, 6-3 win over Claire Yetzer, but Columbian fell to Shelby, 4-1, Monday. At second singles, Columbian’s Brenna Saum fell to Shelby’s Sarah Harding, 6-2, 5-7, 10-5, while at third singles, Columbian’s Marina Pennycuff lost to Taylor Duncan, 6-0, 6-0. At first doubles, Shelby’s team of Allie Gies and Leah Karnes topped TC’s Rylee Rucklos and Sophie Crist by injury default, while at second doubles, Columbian’s team of Gabbi Roszman and Katie Smith fell to Konnar Lamb and Kristen Long, 6-4, 6-1.

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GOLF: The Seneca County Amateur is Saturday at Clinton Heights Golf Club and Sunday at Seneca Hills. Registration deadline is Thursday by 7 p.m. Call either golf club to register or call Bobby Pollitt at Seneca Hills for more information (419) 447-9446.

BEST OF THE BEST BASKETBALL: Best of the Best Basketball along with Bliss Charters will sponsor a trip to see the Cleveland Cavaliers to take on the Detroit Pistons at the Palace in Auburn Hills. Each ticket will include a chartered bus ride from the Tiffin Mall parking lot to the game along with access to the court to shoot a post-game free throw. End tickets are $75, while center seats are $110. More information can be found on the Best of the Best Basketball Facebook page or by calling (419) 443-5440. This offer is limited to the first 56 paid registrations.

TIFFIN UNIVERSITY SOCCER: Tiffin will face Ashland at 2 p.m. Sunday with the game being dedicated to Lauren Hafley, who is battling cancer. Support T-shirts will be on sale in the soccer office in the Heminger Center and at the game at the Paradiso Fields. All proceeds will go to the Hafley family to help her fight with cancer.

COACH SOUGHT: Calvert seeks an assistant high school girls basketball coach and a junior high girls head coach basketball coach. Contact Pat Herron at patherron42@gmail.com or (419) 934-5317.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat Old Fort 25-20, 16-25, 25-9 on Tuesday. Madison Nesselhauf led the team with eight aces, three kills and three digs. Alyssa Hoerig (2 aces) added five assists and three digs. Jaislyn Woodall added four assists, Chloe Wilkinson chipped in three kills and three digs, and Katie Reiter came up with three digs.

n Calvert’s seventh grade team beat Old Fort on Wednesday, 25-12, 25-19. Emma White led Calvert offensively with six aces and four kills, while also leading on defense with four digs. Kate Rombach has the most kills on the day with five. Mara Magiola added three aces and three assists. Caitlyn Borer earned three blocks.

n Calvert’s eighth grade team beat Old Fort in three sets, 19-25, 25-12, 25-17. Ashlyn Jones led the Calvert offense with seven aces and five kills, and led the defense with five digs. Madison Schumacher also added five kills. Leah Renninger had 18 assists.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat Van Buren; 25-12, 25-13. It served 45 for 49 as a team.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade team beats Van Buren; 25-15, 25-17. Bryn Carnell had six kills and four digs. Taylor Sours had 14 aces.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon beat Van Buren in three sets, 25-20, 19-25, 25-12. Mary Harris had eight kills, five assists and three aces for the Chieftains. Hannah Welly added five kills and three aces. Dakota Thomas recorded 11 assists and five kills.

WRESTLING REFEREE CLASS: Classes for new officials will be held on Thursdays, beginning Oct. 13. The classes will be held at the University of Findlay. For more information or to register, visit: officials.myohsaa.org or call (419) 423-8995.

GOLF: Due to Wednesday’s weather conditions, the Senior Golfers League at Clinton Heights will be next Wednesday, Oct. 5. Sign in must be before 9:30 a.m. Tee times are set for 10 a.m. but may be sooner if teams are set before that time.

BOYS GOLF: Due to the forecast for the next few days in Huron, the Boys Division II Sectional Golf Tournament at Sawmill Creek has been rescheduled for Monday. The tee times will remain as they were received on Tuesday.

JV SOFTBALL COACH: Genoa High School is looking for a coach for the upcoming season. Applicants should have some background coaching high school softball and also have the needed certifications or be willing to get them prior to the season’s start. Contact Mike Thomas, Athletic Director, at msthomas@genoaschools.com, or by calling (419) 855-7741, ext. 21105. Deadline is Oct. 7.

BASEBALL PROSPECT CAMP: Heidelberg University Baseball will be hosting a prospect camp Oct. 15 to all 2017-2019 high school grads. The cost is $80 for dual Pitcher and Position, $70 for Position Player only and $50 for Pitcher only camps. Participants are asked to check-in between 8:30-9 a.m.. There will be a showcase from 9-11:30. Following the showcase will be lunch and Position Specialty 11:30-12:30 p.m. Pitcher-only check-in will be noon-12:30 p.m. The pitcher specialty will follow 12:30-1 p.m. There will be a live game from 1-5 p.m.. After the game, there is an optional campus tour. Lunch will be provided for morning participants and a free t-shirt for all participants. For more information contact Pat Christopher at (419) 448-2188 or email pchristopher@heidelberg.edu. There is also more information available on the Heidelberg baseball page under www.athletics.heidelberg.edu.

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GOLF: The Seneca County Amateur is Saturday at Clinton Heights Golf Club and Sunday at Seneca Hills. Registration deadline is Thursday by 7 p.m. Call either golf club to register or call Bobby Pollitt at Seneca Hills for more information (419) 447-9446.

n The Bump’s Senior Traveling League played at Lakeland Golf Course Tuesday as two teams tied with an 11 under. Using the handicap holes to win was the team of Tom Company Jr., Sammy Paridiso, Jeff Lang and Bum Farr. Finishing second was Ken Gooding, Dick Ruehle, Daryl Elchert, Fred Flechtner and Paul Donaldson. Next week the group will play at Fostoria Country Club at 9:30 a.m.

n Mike Schmidt, Ron Minard, Ivan Crowe and Les Tesnow won the Front 9 Best Ball in the Lakeland Senior League Tuesday at 4 under. Ron Greer, Tom Schiltz, Mike Todd and Ralph Lazenby won the Back 9 Stableford (5 over).

n In the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi Golf League, Ed Correll and Denny Mckown beat Pete Heilman and Dave Pence 22-18 to win the league title.

n In the Fall League at Clinton Heights, Ron Kern leads with 92 points. Prize winners were Kern (closest in two No. 3) and Lenny Goshe (long putt No. 8). Kern had the low gross with a 34.

BEST OF THE BEST BASKETBALL: Best of the Best Basketball along with Bliss Charters will sponsor a trip to see the Cleveland Cavaliers to take on the Detroit Pistons at the Palace in Auburn Hills. Each ticket will include a chartered bus ride from the Tiffin Mall parking lot to the game along with access to the court to shoot a post-game free throw. End tickets are $75, while center seats are $110. More information can be found on the Best of the Best Basketball Facebook page or by calling (419) 443-5440. This offer is limited to the first 56 paid registrations.

TIFFIN UNIVERSITY SOCCER: Tiffin will face Ashland at 2 p.m. Sunday with the game being dedicated to Lauren Hafley, who is battling cancer. Support T-shirts will be on sale in the soccer office in the Heminger Center and at the game at the Paradiso Fields. All proceeds will go to the Hafley family to help her fight with cancer.

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: Bucyrus topped Seneca East 25-19, 25-23, 27-25. Amber Hescht made10 digs for the Tigers.

n Sandusky St. Mary beat St. Wendelin 25-22, 25-23, 25-19 Tuesday in Sandusky Bay Conference play. Hailey Burns and Hannah Burns both belted nine kills for the Mohawks, with the former adding 15 digs and the latter adding nine assists and 12 digs. Hannah Kelbley turned in 12 assists and nine digs, Sydney Johnson had 17 digs, Sophia Volpe turned in 15 digs and Grace Campbell tallied 14 digs.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Mohawk beat Carey 25-18, 25-23. Emma Myers-Hoffman drilled seven kills for Mohawk, Alexa Konkle handed out 17 assists, Aubrey Margraf had seven digs and Jordyn Lease lined five kills.

n New Riegel powered past Lakota 25-17, 25-15. Madalyn Reinhart led the winners with 25 assists and four aces, Kaitlyn Kirian lined nine kills, Julia Reinhart hammered seven kills, Sarah Schalk smacked six kills, Jaquelyn Lininger tallied four kills and three digs, Brooklyn Gillig had six digs and Lauren Theis and Victoria Provino both chipped in four digs.

n Lake beat Fostoria 25-8, 25-12.

n Shelby beat Columbian 25-18, 25-10. Chaise Schank had 15 digs for Columbian, Kailey Windsor tallied seven assists and four digs and Lauren Buskirk belted four kills and two blocks.

n Seneca East beat Bucyrus 25-23, 26-24. Ellie French tallied 10 assists for SE.

JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: Mohawk’s eighth and seventh grades beat Upper Sandusky 44-0 Tuesday. For the eighth grade, Trey Combs passed for two TDs with one going to Landen Snyder and the other to Skylar Williams. Jesse Leeth had a pair of rushing scores and three two-point conversions, while Mason Danner added a pair of rushing scores and Combs passed to Devin Steinhauser for a two-point conversion. Austin Tusing had an interception and Zach Leeth picked up a fumble recovery. For the seventh grade, Kendall Blair tallied three rushing TDs, while Collin Barth tacked on two rushing scores and three two-point conversions and Bryce Lang scored a TD on the ground and a two-point conversion. Lang and Alex Theis had fumble recoveries.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat Old Fort 25-20, 16-25, 25-9. Madison Hoerig led Old Fort with eight aces, three kills and three digs. Alyssa Hoerig (2 aces) added five assists and three digs, Jaislyn Woodall had four assists, Chloe Wilkinson chipped in three kills and three digs and Katie Reiter came up with three digs.

n Old Fort’s eighth grade beat Hopewell-Loudon, getting five kills from Christa Kuhn (2 blocks, 2 digs) and five digs from Emily Hull (2 aces, 2 assists). Jordan Reineck (2 assists) added four digs, Riley Lehner (2 kills) tallied three digs and Faith Miller served two aces.

n Calvert’s eighth and seventh grades beat Fremont St. Joe Tuesday. The seventh grade won 25-5, 25-21. AJ Hemminger had seven assists for Calvert, while Mara Mangiola and Leigh Brinkman both served three aces and Mangiola had four assists. Emma White smashed four kills and Kate Laney ended with three kills. The eighth grade won 19-25, 25-16, 25-8. Ashlyn Jones tallied eight aces, nine kills, eight digs and three blocks for the Senecas, while Leah Renninger added six aces and 11 assists, Madison Widman recorded four aces and three kills and Madison Schumacher finished with a pair of aces, five kills and two digs.

RUNNING: Saturday’s Old Fort Cross Country Invitational will include an elementary fun run, starting at 11:20 a.m. Cost of the fun run is $1. Runners should register at 11 a.m.

CYO VOLLEYBALL: Tiffin Catholic’s sixth graders beat Carey OLC 25-12, 17-25, 15-13 Saturday. Hannah Miller slammed six aces for Tiffin and Bradleigh Meier added five.

n Tiffin Catholic’s sixth grade beat New Riegel 25-5, 25-15 Saturday. Hannah Miller drilled seven aces for Tiffin.

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JV TENNIS: Upper Sandusky’s doubles matches were won by the teams of Dani Conigy and Sam Fagan and Carolyn Killgore and Sydney Schryer.

n Bellevue’s Katelyn Ann Reedy lost to Sandusky’s Mady Brugnone 6-2. The Bellevue doubles team of Macey Kinney and Addie Johnson lost a close game to Sandusky’s Rayven Whyde and Summer Strunk, 6-5.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Tiffin Middle School’s eighth grade beat Shelby 25-5, 26-24. Hailey Cooper led the team with 10 assists and five aces, Addie Conti earned nine assists, Rylie Roggow recorded seven kills and four digs and Olivia Jacobs had five kills.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat Arcadia 25-5, 25-21. The team was 41 of 45 serving with 21 aces. Olivia Sauber had four kills.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade lost to Arcadia 25-10, 25-20. Abby Welly had two kills.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Buckeye Central beat Seneca East in two sets 25-18, 25-11. Ellie French had seven assists for Seneca East.

n Mohawk improved to 10-4 as it beat Colonel Crawford 26-28, 25-13, 25-23. Madison Fredritz had four kills, nine assists and one ace. Tess Weinandy and Emma Myers-Huffman each recorded five kills.

n Carey beat Upper Sandusky 25-17, 25-20.

n Hopewell-Loudon beat Arcadia 25-23, 25-10. Mary Harris recorded six kills, five assists and five digs for H-L. Abbi Roerdink added four kills while Hailey Welly added three. Kayla Reinbolt added six digs and Zoe Kent added three.

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3-ON-3 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT: The third annual John Lewis Tournament occurs at 9 a.m. Oct. 29 at the Fremont YMCA. Cost is $50 per team with a five-player max. Players must be 18 years or older. Deadline to register is Oct. 22. For more information, call the Fremont YMCA at (419) 332-9622.

GOLF: Steve Bernard defeated Ray Nutter, 31-29, in the 2016 Phat Cakes Par Tee League Championship Wednesday at Clinton Heights. The 2017 league will start on the first Thursday of May.

n The team of Jamie Schetter, Darrell Tiell, Rick Kessler and Craig Tiell beat Mark Orians, Bruce Orians, Aaron Reider and Nick Reider by one stroke with a score of 14 under to win the Reineke Family Dealerships Teresa Kessler Big Cup Memorial Scramble Saturday at Seneca Hills.

n The New Riegel Athletic Boosters will sponsor a casino trip to Scioto Downs Oct. 30. Cost will be $30 with players getting $20 in free play along with $5 food coupon. Bus leaves New Riegel High School at 7:30 a.m. and will return by 5:15 p.m. For reservations contact (419) 595-2142 or (419) 934-0227.

JV FOOTBALL: Hopewell-Loudon beat Van Beren, 20-13. Brock Williams threw touchdowns to Darek Feindel and Jaret Nelson. Williams also had a rushing touchdown.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Buckeye Central hosted a quad tournament on Saturday. In game one, Buckeye Central defeated Bellevue in three sets 20-25, 25-17, 25-15. BC fell in two sets to St. Paul in game two 15-25, 18-25 and the third game was also a loss, as BC lost in three to Old Fort 16-25, 25-22, 20-25.

n Old Fort lost its first game against St. Paul 7-25, 21-25. Game 2 went to Old Fort as it beat Bellevue 25-16, 27-25 and Old Fort won Game 3 against Buckeye Central 25-16, 22-25, 25-12. Hanna Bilger earned 19 assists, 12 digs, 11 kills and three aces. Audrey Whitman led the defense with 20 digs and an ace. Jenna Clouse earned six digs, a kill and an ace. Madison Guth recorded four digs, 15 assists, nine kills and four aces.

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: Clyde (9-6, SBC 4-4) finished third at the Springfield Invite Saturday. The Fliers defeated Bellevue in game one 25-10, 25-11. Game two was a loss to Bowling Green 12-25, 13-25, and Clyde then beat Springfield 26-24, 25-22.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Tiffin Middle School’s eighth grade beat New Riegel 21-25, 25-15, 25-12 and Findlay St. Mike’s 25-12, 25-19 Saturday. Addie Conti had 10 aces, nine kills and eight assists for TMS, while Hailey Cooper added 12 assists and eight aces, Rylie Roggow lined nine kills, Toria Ingalls smacked eight kills and Olivia Jacobs had five digs and four aces.

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CORRECTION:?Calvert volleyball player Lila Gehring’s name was misspelled in Sunday’s edition.

JUNIOR?HIGH BOYS?CROSS?COUNTRY: Tiffin Middle’s Caden Groves won the Ontario Invitational in 11:12, while Cole Newlove was 15th in 12:40. Tiffin’s Logan Robinson, Luis Martinez and Evan Glick also competed. The Tornadoes finished fourth.

JUNIOR?HIGH?GIRLS?CROSS?COUNTRY: Tiffin’s Grace Rinnert was eighth at the Ontario Invitational, while Mia Ingalls was 20th. Annalyce Bowles, Serena Ingalls, Kiersten Garlock and Aspen Eggert also competed.

ALUMNI?GAME: The 11th annual Calvert Alumni Basketball game will be held at 2 p.m. Oct. 15, Cost is $20 This concides with alumni weekend activities. For more information please contact Ted Willman at twillman@calvertcatholic.org.

BASEBALL: Big Sticks Baseball Club is taking registration for Fall and Winter camps. Registration forms are available at Krout, Noble, and TMS. Online registration for TCS students is also available at bigsticksbaseball.weebly.com. Registration packs are due back to the school or PO box no later than Oct. 8. Email bigsticksbbclub@gmail.com for more information.

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CORRECTION: Mohawk’s Madi Chester was misidentified in a photo in Friday’s edition.

GOLF: The Seneca County Amateur occurs Oct. 1-2 at Seneca Hills Golf Club and Clinton Heights Golf Course. For more information, call Bobby Pollitt at Seneca Hills at (419) 447-9446.

n Duane Schank and Tom Traunero beat Fred Reimer and Dan Gaietto for the K of C Thursday Night League championship. The league’s 2017 meeting is Feb. 23.

n Dave Pernell, Fred Smith, Tom Fredrick, Gary Espejo and Ron Troxel shot 8 under to beat Chuck Wilbert, Harry Smith, Dave Kirby, Gary Kroeger and Bob Waltermyer by a stroke in the Friday Morning Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Tom Ardner (closest in one No. 17), Kirby (closest in two No. 12), Craig Neifer (closest in three No. 17) and Steve Scheiber (long putt No. 13).

BASEBALL: Big Sticks Baseball Club is registering players for its fall and winter camps. Registration forms are available at Krout, Noble and Tiffin Middle School. Tiffin City Schools students can also register online at bigsticksbaseball.weebly.com. Registration packs are due back to the school no later than Oct. 8. For more information, email bigsticksbbclub@gmail.com.

BASKETBALL: The 11th annual Calvert Alumni Game occurs Oct. 15 at 2 p.m. Cost is $20. The event coincides with alumni weekend activities. For more information, contact Ted Willman at twillman@calvertcatholic.org.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: New Riegel’s seventh grade beat Fremont St. Joe 25-11, 25-7. Aubrey Bouillon led the winners with four aces and four digs, Katie Rumschlag lined four aces and Olivia Shaferly belted three aces.

n New Riegel’s eighth grade beat Fremont St. Joe 25-21, 15-25, 25-11. Kayleigh Lininger tallied eight aces and eight assists for the Blue Jackets, Jordan Hohman smacked seven kills and Libbie Ink had four assists and two kills.

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GOLF: Mike Schmidt, Rick Judy, Dave Meyer and Les Tesnow shot 6 under to win the front 9 best-ball in the Lakeland Senior League Thursday. The same team won the Back 9 Stableford as well, shooting 11 over.

n Paul R. Fey, Frank Michniak, Paul Hannay and Joe Weaver shot 6-under par to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Bob Vicek (long putt No. 9) and Fey (closest to the pin No. 2).

n In Week 2 of the Seneca Hills Fall League, the team of Eric Wise and Billy Diehm had the low round with a 31 and the low net of 29. Prize winners were Wise (long putt No. 4), Diehm (long drive No. 8) and Rich Focht (closest to pin No. 6). After two weeks, the teams of Bud Witsman and Denny Krupp and Gary Hohman and Steve Meier are tied for first place in the league.

BOWLING: Bob Reinhart had the high men’s score (194) and the high men’s series (363) for the Allen Eiry Center bowling league Wednesday. Joanne Elchert had the high women’s score (173) and the high women’s series (341).

n There is a youth bowling league at Heritage Lanes on Saturdays at 10 a.m. starting this Saturday. Form a team with friends or they will place you on a team. Cost is $6 each week for three games and shoes, which are optional. Call Heritage Lanes (419) 447-8854 with any questions.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Tiffin’s eighth grade beat Fostoria 25-15, 25-12 Thursday. Addie Conti collected 10 assists, seven aces and five kills for TMS, while Hailey Cooper added eight assists, five kills and five digs, Tori Ingalls tallied three aces and three kills and Morgan Amory ended with four digs. Fostoria won the seventh grade match 25-15, 25-21. Katelyn Hardina recorded four assists and three kills for TMS, Kenadie Sherman tacked on three kills and a pair of aces and Audrey Buskirk and Madison Wise each tallied two aces.

n Calvert’s seventh grade beat Findlay St. Michael’s 25-3, 25-18. Samantha Wellman served up six aces for the Senecas, while Jenna Bonnell and Kate Rombach both served four aces. Caitlyn Borer smashed four kills and Rombach had three.

n Calvert’s eighth grade topped St. Wendelin 25-6, 25-8. Leah Renninger smacked nine kills for Calvert, Ashlyn Jones tallied 12 aces and a pair of kills, while Leah Renninger added 11 aces and nine assists. Madison Schumacher put away four kills and Victoria Ardner finished with two kills.

n Old Fort’s seventh and eighth grades beat Sandusky St. Mary Thursday. The seventh grade won 18-25, 25-22, 25-20. Madison Gallagher totaled four aces, three kills and a pair of digs for OF, while Alyssa Hoerig recorded nine aces and six assists, Madison Nesselhauf collected three aces, eight kills and a pair of digs, Chloe Wilkinson added two aces and three kills and Jaisly Woodall ended with four aces and five assists. The eighth grade won 25-15, 25-14. Faith Miller served five aces, Riley Mehner added five aces and a pair of kills, Emily Hull tallied four aces, two kills, five assists and a pair of digs and Kara Davidson finished with three aces.

JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY: Tiffin’s Caden Groves won the Upper Sandusky Elks Invitational individual title in 11:18 to lead the Tornadoes to fourth out of 14 teams. Cole Newlove added a 20th (12:53) for Tiffin, and Jacob Weingart (13:17), Logan Robinson (13:42) and Evan Glick (14:02) also ran for the Tornadoes.

n Grace Rinnert ran sixth and Serena Ingalls took 26th to lead Tiffin’s girls to fourth out of 12 teams at the Upper Sandusky Elks Invitational. Annalyce Bowles, Mia Ingalls and Kiersten Garlock also ran for Tiffin.

VARSITY GIRLS GOLF: Norwalk St. Paul beat Buckeye Central 203-205 at Eagle Creek.

VARSITY TENNIS: Fostoria beat Columbian 3-2 Wednesday. Fostoria’s Ilona Piironen beat Eden Stephey 6-1, 6-1 at No. 1 singles, and the Redmen swept the doubles matches, with Khyra Baeder and Rubi Dessausure beating Gabbi Roszman and Brooke Smith 6-3, 7-5 and Naija Miller and Jessica Kauffman dropping Sophie Crist and Katie Smith 5-7, 6-4, 6-1. Columbian’s Brenna Saum defeated Jennaleigh McCumber 6-3, 6-0 at No. 2 singles, with TC taking the No. 3 singles match via forfeit.

JV TENNIS: Bellevue won three of its five matches against Willard. Skylar Strunk won 6-2 in singles play, while the twosomes of Kennedy Daub and Tori Barrett (6-3) and Whitney Robinson and Addie Paxton (6-2) each claimed a doubles match. Ora Metcalf and Natalie Van Zoeft (6-4) and Madison Beggs and Liz Taylor (6-1) suffered losses in doubles play.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Seneca East beat Ridgedale 25-15, 25-9. Rehna Shook had four kills and five aces for the Tigers, while Elli French added eight assists and three aces and Kayla Snavely served up five aces.

n Buckeye Central topped Mohawk 25-13, 25-19. Alexa Konkle tallied seven assists and three digs for Mohawk. Aubrey Margraf backed her with nine digs and Emma Myers-Huffman lined four kills.

n Old Fort topped Sandusky St. Mary 25-8, 25-16. Jenna Clouse had five digs, 11 kills and a pair of blocks for the Stockaders, while Madison Guth dished 13 assists and served six aces and Audrey Whitman made six digs.

n Eastwood beat Fostoria 25-11, 25-12.

n Bellevue beat Willard 26-24, 25-23.

n Carey defeated Colonel Crawford 25-14, 25-17.

n New Riegel beat Fremont St. Joe 25-12, 25-19. Kaitlyn Kirian lined nine kills and served four aces for New Riegel, while Julia Reinhart added a pair of aces and five kills, Madalyn Reinhart tallied six aces, six digs and 12 assists and Brooklyn Gillig ended with nine digs.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Sandusky St. Mary downed Old Fort 25-22, 23-25, 25-16. Andrea Reiter tallied two aces, six kills and eight digs for OF, while MarcQue Harris had a pair of kills, three digs and 11 assists, Savannah McCoy recorded six kills and 11 digs and Ashlyn Magers finished with four aces, four digs and eight assists.

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: Columbian crushed Bellevue 52-8, getting touchdowns from Nick Jackson, Chase Frankhouser, Hunter Richardson, Robert Daniel and Nick Koerper.

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JV VOLLEYBALL: Columbian lost to Norwalk 25-23, 25-12 Tuesday. Chaise Schank had 12 digs, while Megan Fry added six digs for Columbian. Lauren Buskirk smashed five kills, while Bailey Hull had two blocks and four kills Amara Solomon had four kills.

n Columbian beat Sandusky 25-12, 25-15. For the Tornadoes, Lauren Buskirk had seven kills and three blocks. Megan Fry had six digs, Kailey Windsor had three kills 13 assists, a block and three aces. Amara Solomon added three kills and two aces, while Chaise Schank had eight digs and two aces.

n Hopewell-Loudon beat Cory Rawson; 25-8, 25-16.

GOLF: In the Wednesday Morning Senior League the team of Carl Rainey, John Powell, Terry England and Ron Jones shot eight under for first. Shooting one over first was the team of Ted Rombach, Dave Welly, Craig Neifer and Bob Shultz. Prize hole winners were Ron Jones (tee shot, closest to pin No. 5), Gary Hohman (second shot closest to pin No. 3), Lou Greiselding (third shot, closet to pin No. 9) and Dave Kirby (long putt, No. 1). Prize holes went to Ted Rombach (first shot, closest to pin No. 5), Dick Hull (second shot, closest to pin No. 2), Tom Ardner (third shot, closest to pin No. 9) and Steve Scheiber (long putt, No. 4).

JV TENNIS: Clyde’s winners against Bellevue were: Siera Hisey, Paige Brown, Saylor Meyer, Mary Wilkerson, Lakotah Cagle and McKenzi Woessner.

3-on-3 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT: The Third Annual John Lewis Tournament will take place at 9 a.m. Oct. 29, at the Fremont YMCA. Cost is $50 per team with a five player max. Players must be 18 years-old or older. Deadline to register is is Oct. 22. For more information, call the Fremont YMCA at (419)-332-9622.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat Cory Rawson, 25-11, 25-15. The team went 39-46 serving and had 22 aces. Hannah Borer served five aces.

n The Hopewell-Loudon eighth grade beat Cory Rawson, 25-4. 25-7. Taylor Sours had nine aces. Haley Weaver recorded six, and Jocelyn Levengood added four.

BASKETBALL OFFICIATING CLASS: Bay Area Officials Association will conduct basketball officiating classes every Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 17-Nov. 15. Successful candidates will be licensed in time to officiate the 2016-17 season. Classes will occur at Norwalk High School 6:30-9 pm. Contact Ryan Bowers (419) 706-4753 r.bowers1@yahoo.com, Kurt Leber (419) 577-0504 curtis_4055@yahoo.com or Greg Bartemes (419) 366-2532 semetrab@hotmail.com. Invitations will be emailed for enrollment in the BAOA class. For more information, visit www.bayareaofficials.com. Cost is $65 and payment and registration are required before the first class.

COACH SOUGHT: Hopewell-Loudon High School seeks applications for a varsity baseball coach and varsity boys track coach. Send applications to Athletic Director Brian Colatruglio. For more information and application materials, visit www.hlschool.org.

n Calvert seeks a high school girls assistant basketball coach and a junior high girls head basketball coach. Call Pat Herron at (419) 934-5317 or email him at patherron42@gmail.com.

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GOLF: Ron Kern fired a 33 for the low gross and leads the Fall League at Clinton Heights with 72 points. Prizes went to Jeff Lynch (long putt No. 4), Mike Theis (closest in two No. 5) and Kern (closest to pin No. 2).

n Bob Barchus, 81, of New Riegel made his first hole-in-one Tuesday at Eagle Creek. He aced the 114-yard No. 16 with a six hybrid. Witnesses were Chuck Wilbert, Eddie Lutz, Dave Sendelbach, Mike Hufford and Steve Bernard.

n The team of Chuck Wilbert, Eddie Lutz, Dave Sendelbach, Mike Hufford and Bob Barchus won the Tuesday Bumps Retiree Traveling Group at Eagle Creek with an 11-under par. John Hill, Pete Meisner, Mile Dillard and Larry Schalk finished second with 10 under. Next weeks outing will be at Lakeland Golf Club, beginning at 10 a.m.

n In the Bauman Old Fort Ex-Hi Golf League, Denny Mckown and Ed Correll beat Dave Hoke and Matt Hoke 12-8 in the first round of the playoffs. Pete Heilman and Dave Pence beat Brad Fry and Jeff Miller 11-9 in their playoff match.

n Mike Schmidt, Mike Todd and Jack Fenton won the Front 9 best ball (3 over) in the Lakeland Senior League, while Tom Schiltz, Butch Bricker and Ralph Lazenby won the Back 9 Stableford (5 over).

JV VOLLEYBALL: Old Fort upended Calvert 25-22, 25-12. Hanna Bilger had five assists and six kills for the Stockaders while Madison Guth six digs, seven assists, five kills and seven aces.

n New Riegel blew past St. Wendelin 25-6, 25-8. Kaitlyn Kirian had seven kills and five aces for NR, while Julia Reinhart added four kills, Jacquelyn Lininger smacked three kills and Madalyn Reinhart ended with two kills and seven assists.

n Carey topped Seneca East, 25-20, 25-16. Elli French added nine digs and six assists for Seneca East.

n Buckeye Central knocked off Wynford 25-11, 25-10.

n Alexa Konkle had seven kills, 11 assists and three aces, and Mohawk powered past Gibsonburg 25-14, 25-13. Emma Myers Huffman had six kills for the Warriors, while Madison Fredritz had three kills and nine assists.

n Otsego beat Fostoria 25-9, 25-14.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Old Fort beat Calvert 25-7, 25-13. Aslyn Magers dished out 11 assists, while Savannah McCoy had five kills, Marcque Harris had seven assists and Andrea Reiter had four kills and three digs.

n Carey topped Seneca East, 18-25, 25-21, 25-16. Gwen Johnston smashed six kills and 10 digs for the Tigers, while Mallory Beamer added five kills. 13 digs

JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: Kendall Blair ran for two touchdowns and scored another on defense and Collin Barth added two rushing TDs and three two-point conversions as Mohawk’s seventh grade crushed Seneca East 52-6. Bryce Lange caught a TD pass from Nathan Geary and returned an interception for another touchdown, while Alex Theis and Geary also picked off passes.

n Trey Combs threw a trio of TD passes and Mason Danner caught a touchdown pass, ran for two more and added a conversion as Mohawk’s eighth grade blanked Seneca East 56-0. Along with Danner, Combs threw touchdown passes to Austin Tuesing and Landen Snyder. Combs and Snyder also hooked up for a conversion pass, with Snyder adding a rushing TD. Jesse Leeth ran for two touchdowns and three conversions, Tyler Hayman had a conversion run, Colton Price picked off a pass and Blake Harper recovered a fumble.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Calvert’s seventh grade beat Old Fort 25-12, 25-19. Jaislyn Woodall tallied two aces and two assists for Old Fort, Alyssa Hoerig had four digs and two assists, Jillian Stover added four digs and two kills, Katie Reiter chipped in three digs and Madison Gallagher ended with two digs. Emma White served six aces and added four kills and four digs for Calvert. Kate Rombach added five kills and a pair of digs, Kate Laney smashed three kills and Caitlyn Borer ended with three blocks.

n Calvert’s eighth grade beat Old Fort 19-25, 25-12, 25-17. Emily Hull paced Old Fort with 10 digs and five assists, Christa Kuhn had five digs and four kills, Faith Miller lined five aces and Brianna Davidson added two digs. Ashlyn Jones had seven aces, five kills and five digs for Calvert, while Leah Renninger added 18 assists, Mara Mangiola tallied two aces and five digs and Kate Rombach ended with four digs.

n Seneca East’s eighth and seventh grades beat Buckeye Central Tuesday. The eighth grade won 25-10, 25-23. Tori Fritz collected five kills, five digs, three aces and a pair of blocks for the Tigers, while Katrina Kagy added nine assists and a pair of aces. The seventh grade won 25-22, 25-20. Karli Cottingham delivered seven aces and two digs for SE, and Ava Lance finished with an assist and a kill.

n New Riegel’s eighth grade beat St. Wendelin 25-13, 25-9.

JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY: Grace Rinnert (13:41) and Serena Ingalls (14:20) went 1-2 to lead Tiffin’s girls to a win in a triangular at Norwalk. Annalyce Bowles, Kiersten Garlock, Toria Ingalls and Aspen Eggert also ran for the Tornadoes, with Eggert turning in a personal record.

n Caden Groves finished first in 11:18 to lead Tiffin to second in a triangular at Norwalk. Jacob Weingard, Cole Newlove, Logan Robinson and Evan Glick also ran for the Tornadoes.

CYO VOLLEYBALL: Tiffin Catholic’s sixth graders beat Huron St. Peter 25-18, 25-15. Ashlynn Deats lined six aces and Hannah Miller belted seven.

* Calvert’s sixth graders topped Findlay St. Michael 25-5, 25-18 Sept. 11. Nohema Galvan served five aces for Calvert, and Kayce Clouse, Bradleigh Meier, Selah Moyer, and Leah Smith each added four.

n Tiffin Catholic’s sixth graders beat Sandusky Central Catholic 25-18, 23-25, 15-4 Sept. 11. Ashlynn Deats drilled eight aces, and Lydia Ardner and Leah Smith each had four.

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GOLF: Don Kin, Paul Hannay, Howard Tiell and Tim Mannas shot 3-over par Monday in the Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Dave Combs long putt (No. 1), Jim Miccichi shot closest to the pin (No. 6) and Ed lutz and Don Kin tied for low gross (37).

n Hole-in-one prizes for the Reineke Family Dealership Teresa Kessler outing Saturday will be No. 18, a two-year lease on a 2017 Ford Focus, No. 6, a two day/ three night vacation resort package, No. 13, a set of Calloway or RBZ golf clubs, No. 16, a $500 Visa gift card. Seneca Hills will also be donating a one-year membership (hole No. 2). Entry closes Wednesday evening. Cost $200 per team. Contact (419) 934-0227 or (419) 310-0553 to register.

n Clinton Heights Club Champions were declared Monday evening. The Championship Flight Winner was Ron Kern, and the runner-up was Mike Theis. The A-Flight Winner was Marc Strausser, and the runner-up was Eric Williams. The Senior Flight Winner was Don Kin, while the runner-up was Skip Halcomb.

BASKETBALL OFFICIATING CLASS: Bay Area Officials Association will be conducting basketball officiating classes every Monday and Tuesday, October 17-November 15. Successful candidates will be licensed in time to officiate the 2016-17 season. Classes will be held at Norwalk High School 6:30-9:00 pm. Contact Ryan Bowers (419) 706-4753 r.bowers1@yahoo.com, Kurt Leber (419) 577-0504 curtis_4055@yahoo.com or Greg Bartemes (419) 366-2532 semetrab@hotmail.com. Invitations will be emailed for enrollment in the BAOA class. For additional information, visit www.bayareaofficials.com. The cost is $65 and payment and registration are required before the first class.

GIRLS JV GOLF: Meredith Obringer shot a 51 for Columbian in a match Monday against Oak Harbor.

JV TENNIS: Paige Brown, Clori Hackenburg, Amber Fay and Ellie Pierce all picked up wins for Clyde against Sandusky Monday.

GIRLS JV VOLLEYBALL: New Riegel swept Upper Sandusky 25-21, 25-17. Brooklyn Gillig led New Riegel’s defense with seven digs. Madalyn Reinhart earned 11 assists and two aces. Jacquelyn Lininger also had two aces. Julia Reinhart led the offense with five kills.

n Hopewell-Loudon beat North Baltimore 25-16, 25-13. Abbi Roerdink had five kills for H-L, while Hailey Welly added a pair of kills and aces.

MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL: Tiffin Middle School’s eighth grade beat Norwalk; 25-22, 25-18. Addie Conti recored five aces, assists and digs. Hailey Cooper had five kills and Kaitlyn Ledwedge earned five digs. The seventh grade team lost 5-25, 25-7, 9-25. Katelyn Hardina led the offense with nine aces and two kills. Kenadie Sherman had three aces and two kills. Haileigh Kutscher earned a kill and two digs.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade beat North Baltimore 25-8, 25-22. Brynn Carrel served up eight aces and Haley Weaver finished with six aces. H-L’s seventh grade also won 25-23, 25-15. Bri Landers ended with four aces.

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VARSITY?VOLLEYBALL: In Columbian’s 25-23, 17-25, 25-23, 16-25, 15-9 win over Fostoria Saturday, Columbian’s Emily Bogard had 15 kills, two blocks, three aces and three digs, while Macy Allen had 11 kills, four digs and four aces. Hunter Breidenbach had 23 assists, 13 digs, and Niki Cole had 24 assists, 10 digs, five kills and two aces. The Tornadoes’ Emily Davis had nine kills and three aces, while Abby Dryfuse added five kills and five blocks. Anna Latona had had two kills, two digs and two shared blocks. Tyler Ward added four digs.

GOLF:?In the Phat Cakes Par Tee Golf League, Ray Nutter posted the low round of a 39 and won the second half with 204 pts. Jack Rose finished in second with 197 points. Brian Perrine and Rose were winners in the skins game. Prize Hole winners were as follows: Steve Bernard (pin shot, No. 5), Brian Perrine (pin shot, No. 8), Tim Cessna (proximity shot, No. 2), Tony Consolo (long putt, No. 6), Mike Hitchcock (long drive, No. 7), Andy Halcomb (long drive, No. 9) and Ray Nutter (low putts). Steve Bernard will play Ray Nutter in an 18-hole match to determine the league winner.

MEN’S SOCCER: Andre Lendell scored twice, while Matthew Tate and Jayden Huxtable added scores and Tiffin University in a 4-0 win over Findlay.

WOMEN’S?SOCCER: Indiana-Purdue University-Fort Wayne shut out Tiffin, 2-0.

WOMEN’S TENNIS: Tiffin University beat Wayne State, 7-2.

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JV BOYS SOCCER: Upper Sandusky beat River Valley 10-1. Alex Engle, Andy Baker, Micah Harris and Jaidyn Thiel all had two goals, while Sudesh Grafmiller and Jonathan Lambrite each added one. Baker, Lambrite and Ross Swinehart had an assist.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Mohawk defeated Arcadia 25-22, 25-16. Jordyn Lease had five kills and three digs for Mohawk, while Alexa Konkle added three kills and 11 assists, Aubrey Margraf recorded 11 digs, Ellie Shaw made seven digs and Madison Fredritz ended with three kills and six digs.

* Calvert topped Seneca East 25-17, 25-23.

* Monroeville beat Buckeye Central 25-23, 25-20.

GOLF: The team of Denny Dean and Paul Dewald defeated Joe Ringer and Ted Hilborn in the Steyer Seed 2-man Scramble League Championship.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat Pandora-Gilboa 25-18, 25-22, then topped Riverdale, 25-6, 25-21. Abigail Beidelschies had nine assists for the Chieftains, while Hope Kreais made five blocks. Chloe Malagon dished 14 assists and Hannah Borer had eight assists.

* Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade beat Pandora-Gilboa 12-25, 25-19, 15-8, and lost to Riverdale 25-16, 17-25, 27-25.

JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY: Caden Grove won Galion Invitational in 11:23 to lead Tiffin to seventh. Cole Newlove, Jacob Weingard, Carter Fittro and Evan Glick also ran for the Tornadoes.

* Tiffin’s girls ended seventh at the Galion Invitational. Grace Rinnert topped Tiffin by taking 24th, and Annalyce Bowles, Serena Ingalls, Toria Ingalls and Kiersten Garlock also ran for the Tornadoes.

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: New Riegel lost to Margaretta 22-25, 25-23, 25-21, 22-25, 15-13. Brianna Gillig led New Riegel with 33 kills. The defense was led by Christen Hohman’s 21 digs. Lindsey Bouillon recorded 44 assists.

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GOLF: Open team spots remain for the Reineke Family Dealership Teresa Kessler Big Cup Memorial scramble Sept. 24 at Seneca Hills beginning at 9 a.m. Reineke will give a two-year lease on a Ford Focus with a hole in one at No. 18. All par-3s will have special prizes. All regular holes will have an 8-inch putting cup. Cost is $200 which include skins game, golf, cart, lunch and door prizes. Those wishing to enter a team, give a hole sponsorship or door prize can call (419) 934-0227 or (419) 310-0553 before Thursday.

n Ted Rombach, Lou Greiselding, Tom Freidricks and Craig Neifer shot 7 under to beat the team of Carl Reiney, Jim Radcliff, Jack Snay, Rex Mellott and Greg Bishop by a stroke in the Friday Morning Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Fred Smith (closest to pin No. 14, long putt No. 13), Bob Shultz (closest in two No. 15) and Don Kin (closest to pin No. 17).

n Rich Terry and Scott Ferguson shot a 30 for the low round and had a low net of 27 Thursday in the Seneca Hills Fall League. Prizes went to Terry (long drive No. 12, closest to pin No. 13) and Keith Price (long putt No. 10).

CORRECTION: Angelo Ferreira’s name was mis-spelled in Friday’s edition.

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VARSITY TENNIS: Calvert got off to a good start with a win over Huron in first singles, but that was all it won as the Tigers dropped the Senecas 4-1 in a non-league match Tuesday. Laura Haley topped Huron’s Elizabeth Mills 6-1, 6-1 at No. 1 singles for Calvert’s lone win. Kate Franks beat Bradlee Warnement 6-1, 5-7, 10-4 at No. 2 and Desiree Fisher dropped Marie Brodman 6-4, 6-3 at No. 3. Huron’s Emily Dewer and Madison Carmel defeated Maria Goshe and Devyn Warnement 6-2, 6-1 at No. 1 doubles, while Elayna Kapelka and Maria Welter dropped their No. 2 doubles match 6-1, 2-6, 6-4.

n After Clyde suffered its first loss of the season Monday, it bounced back in a big way Tuesday with a 5-0 sweep of Fremont St. Joe. In singles play, Iga Makal beat Morgan Cullins 6-1, 6-0 at No. 1, while Melissa Laconis defeated Allie Barrett 6-1, 6-2 at No. 2 and Maddie St. Marie topped Laren Klaege 6-1, 6-0 at No. 3. The doubles matches were much more competitive as the No. 1 doubles duo of Addie Martin and Alayna Barrera downed Sophie Militelo and Gianna Cullen in straight sets 6-0, 6-0 and the No. 2 doubles team of Alicia Klohn and Bree Dowling beat Audra Zetzer and Briggs Wonderly 6-0, 6-1.

n Bellevue won both doubles matches Tuesday, but Columbian came away with a 3-2 Northern Ohio League win as it won all three singles matches. Columbian’s Eden Stephey topped Chloe Brubaker 6-2, 6-1 at No. 1 singles, while Brenna Saum beat Wyanna Schalk 6-4, 7-6 at No. 2 and Brooke Smith upended Mady Brugnone 6-2, 3-6, 6-4 at No. 3. Bellevue’s first doubles duo of Elizabeth Harper and Jena Weider defeated Rylee Rucklos and Sophie Crist 6-1, 6-1, and Emily Becks and Mackenna Peacock beat Gabbi Roszman and Olivia Kramer in straight sets 6-0, 6-0.

GOLF: The TC Athletic Boosters Golf Scramble at Clinton Heights is scheduled for Sept. 25 at 9 a.m. It’s $50 per person and $200 per team. The price includes golf, cart, lunch after golf, hot dog at the turn, hole prizes and prizes for the top two. This is a four-person scramble. Call or text Dewey Glick at (567) 207-5635 or Mike Daniel (419) 934-7160 with questions or to reserve a team or help the boosters. It is $25 to sponsor a hole, so contact the boosters today in order to sign for the outing. 50/50 , a skins game and additional door prizes will be available.

VARSITY GIRLS GOLF: Norwalk beat Columbian 186-201 Tuesday. For Columbian, Ava Sarka shot a school-record 39, Andrea Spurck added a 52, Olivia Olinger shot a 54, Taylor Losey added a 56 and Ashley Myers and Kate Burkes ended with twin 58s.

ELEMENTARY CROSS COUNTRY: At the Chieftain Elementary Cross Country Invite, medalists for the girls were in the first grade: Elly Kaple (Seneca East) won gold; Isabella Chaffee (Seneca East) silver and Kinsey Cook (Seneca East) bronze. For the second grade: Leah Weingart (Tiffin YMCA) won gold; Jordyn Enders (Seneca East) silver and Milla Chambers (New Riegel) bronze. For the third grade: Lacey Schalk (New Riegel) won gold; Alisha Delarosa (Lakota) silver and Isabel Stockmaster (Seneca East) bronze. For the fourth grade: Aubrey Vitte (Lakota) won gold; Abbie Felske (Tiffin YMCA) silver and Ava Beared (Seneca East) bronze. For the fifth grade: Lilly Schiefer (Seneca East) won gold; Jolene Guhn (Seneca East) silver; and Zoie Widman (Lakota) bronze. For the sixth grade: Madelyn Boes (Seneca East) won gold; Katelyn Siesel (Seneca East) silver; and Alivia Roerdink (Hopewell-Loudon) bronze.

n In the boys races, for the first grade: Jaron Depinet (Seneca East) won gold; Derek Tiell (New Riegel) silver; and Colton Plikerd (Tiffin YMCA) bronze. For the second grade: Chase Rogier (H-L) won gold; Braylen Depinet (Seneca East) silver; and Keegan Boes (Seneca East) bronze. For the third grade: Avery Davis (Lakota) won gold; Alec Hohman (New Riegel) silver; and Colin Nusser (St. Wendelin) bronze. For the fourth grade: Zach Shawberry (Tiffin YMCA) won gold; Shane Jones (New Riegel) silver; and Lane Thacker (Lakota) bronze. For the fifth grade: Blake Foos (Seneca East) won gold; Caden Bumb (Seneca East) silver; and Brady Hohman (New Riegel) bronze. For the sixth grade: Isaac Mason (Seneca East) won gold; Zachary Zoeller (New Riegel) silver; and A.J. Hess (Mohawk) bronze.

BOYS JV GOLF: Chris Acree of New Riegel registered a 52 in a match against Lakota Wednesday.

n Jacob McClenathan shot a 52 for Old Fort Wednesday against Fremont St. Joseph.

GIRLS JV GOLF: Meredith Obringer carded a score of 54 Wednesday in a match against Wynford.

GIRLS JV TENNIS: Clyde winners against Huron Wednesday were Siera Hisey, Paige Brown, Madi Bannister, Saylor Meyer, Mary Wilkerson, Lakotah Cagle, Mckenzi Woessner, Clori Hackenburg and Ellie Pierce.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Liberty-Benton beat Hopewell-Loudon 14-25, 25-18, 25-12.

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VARSITY BOYS SOCCER: The Upper Sandusky and Ada match Thursday has been changed to Oct. 4 at 5 p.m. at Ada.

VARSITY GIRLS GOLF: Edison beat Bellevue 165-188. Claire Berry shot a 44 for the Lady Red, while Kennedy Miller added a 45, Abby Bullion carded a 49 and Laini Carlson finished with a 50.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Buckeye Central defeated Bucyrus 25-12, 25-9.

n Old Fort topped St. Wendelin 25-7, 25-11. Hannah Bilger had five assists, three digs and two kills, while Jenna Clouse had seven kills for the Stockaders.

n Seneca East beat Wynford 25-19, 20-25, 25-22. Winnie Snook belted five kills for the Tigers.

n Rossford beat Fostoria 25-16, 20-25, 25-23.

n Bellevue knocked off Columbian, 25-16, 25-8.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Rossford beat Fostoria 25-20, 25-13.

GOLF: Pete Heilman and Dave Pence won the last five weeks with 63 points in the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi League. Prize winners were Harry Burd (longest putt No. 10) and Steve Rau (closest to pin No. 12).

n Carl Rainey leads the Fall League at Clinton Heights with 52 points. Prizes went to Mike Theis (closest to pin No. 11), Kyle Rob (long putt No. 13) and Rainey (closest in two No. 16). Ron Kern shot a 33 for the low gross.

n In the Lakeland Senior League, Jim Wise, Lee Kloeppel, Ed Sterling and Jim McGrain won the Front 9 Scramble at 4 under, while the teams of Ernie Peaytt, Ivan Crowe, Ron Saklosky and Les Tesnow and Ron Minard, Butch Bricker, Mike Todd and Al Mireles tied at 9-over par to win the Back 9 Stableford.

n Larry Wilson, Ed Lutz, Merle Krauss and Paul Hannay shot 4-under par to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Harry Smith (long putt on no. 17), Rufus Tyree (closet to the pin on No. 16). Wilson and Lutz tied for the low gross of 35.

n Flight Division winners in the Bump’s Retirees Tuesday Traveling group fun day were Jeff Sikora, Dave Combs, Dick Best and Whitey Florence at 15-under par. Herb Love, Fritz Elchert, Pete Meissner and Bob Grothaus and Bob Barchus, Brian Kraus, Sammy Paradiso and Dutch Edeburn both shot 10-under par and Jim Hohman, Paul Donaldson, John Englehart and Howard Elchert shot 7 under. Next week’s outing will be a Eagle Creek Golf club beginning at 10 a.m.

JV TENNIS: Siera Hisey, Paige Brown, Mary Wilkserson and Lakotah Cagle all picked up wins for Clyde against Fremont St. Joe Tuesday.

JV GOLF: Buckeye Central’s Elizabeth Heydinger and Emma Ollis both shot a 57 and Madi Diesch had a 58 in a match at Clinton Heights.

n Braden Brown (43), Greg Gase (47), Brenton Brown (57), Collin Burkett (47), Collin Anway (55) and Patrick Marquis (56) all competed against Norwalk at Seneca Hills Tuesday.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: New Riegel’s seventh grade improved to 8-0 by beating Willard 25-12, 25-13. Genna Elchert keyed the Blue Jackets with three aces and three digs, Bria Dailey had three kills and three digs and Libbie Ink had two aces, two assists and two digs.

n Willard beat New Riegel’s eighth grade 25-19, 25-19. Olivia Shaferly led New Riegel with four kills and four digs, Aubrey Bouillon tallied three assists and two aces and Katie Rumschlag lined two aces.

n Tiffin Middle School’s eighth grade beat Hopewell-Loudon 25-12, 25-14. Hailey Cooper had nine digs and seven assists for TMS, while Addie Conti added six kills and 14 assists, Rylie Roggow smacked six kills and Toria Ingalls and Brooke Moyer each finished with three kills.

n Calvert’s eighth and seventh grades beat Sandusky St. Mary’s Tuesday. The eighth grade won 25-5, 25-4. Ashlyn Jones led Calvert with 14 aces and four kills, while Madison Widman added five aces and Leah Renninger collected five aces and five assists. Madison Schumacher ended with three kills. The seventh grade won 25-9, 25-14 as Jenna Bonnell and Kate Laney both served up six aces for the Senecas, while AJ Hemminger tallied three aces, four assists and three kills, Kate Rombach nailed five kills and Emma White ended up with four kills.

n Carey beat Seneca East’s seventh grade 25-18, 25-21. Bailey Holmer served six aces for Seneca East and Lauryn Green had two aces and two assists.

n Tori Fritz drilled four aces, three kills and two blocks to help Seneca East’s eighth grade beat Carey 25-11, 25-13. Jessica Bowerman added four kills, three aces and two digs for the Tigers.

n Old Fort’s seventh grade beat St. Wendelin 25-16, 26-24. Madison Gallagher served three aces for Old Fort, Jillian Stover tallied six digs and four kills, Jasilyn Woodall tossed up five assists and Emily Blankenship lined two kills.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat Columbian 25-6, 25-1. Allie Milligan served 10 aces for H-L, while Chloe Malagon added seven aces. TC’s eighth grade won 25-12, 25-14.

JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: Jesse Leeth ran for three touchdowns and two conversions to key Mohawk’s 48-18 win against Wynford’s eighth grade. Mason Danner added two TD runs and a conversion, and Trey Combs added a TD pass to Landen Snyder and conversion pass to Devin Steinhauser. Tyler Hayman picked off two passes.

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JV BOYS GOLF: Braden Brown shot a 48 for Columbian in a match against Ontario and Sandusky.

n Jacob McClenathan had a 56 for Old Fort in a match with St. Marys.

n Connor Rospert registered a 44 for Bellevue in a match with Shelby.

n Logan Dickerson registered a 53 for Upper Sandusky agains Lima Temple and Ottovile.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Seneca East beat New Riegel, 25-23, 25-22. Gwen Johnston had five kills and five digs for the Tigers, while Hanah Bisignano dished out seven assists.

JV VOLLEYBALL: New Riegel defeated Seneca East 24-26, 25-19, 25-11. For the Tigers, Mallory Beamer had four kills and Maria Phillips added 12 digs. Kaitlyn Kirian had eight kills for the Blue Jackets.

n Carey beat Ridgedale, 25-3, 25-11.

JV GOLF: Carey got a 44 from Ethan Tanner, and beat New Riegel 202-223. Brayden Roysten had a 56 for the Blue Jackets.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Tiffin Middle’s eighth grade fell to Bellevue, 20-25, 25-20, 25-19. Addie Conti served nine aces to go with seven kills for the Tornadoes, while Rylie Roggow had six kills and Hailey Cooper added six digs and five assists.

GOLF: In the Retirees League at Seneca Hills, Larry Wilson, Ed Lutz, Merle Krauss and Paul Hannay shot four under par to win. Harry Smith had the long putt on No. 17, Rufus Tyree was closest to the pin on No. 16, while Wilson and Gross tied for the low gross of 35.

JV TENNIS: Clyde’s Alicia Kohn and Bree Dowling picked up wins over Toledo Central Catholic.

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COLLEGES: Heidelberg men’s soccer beat Spalding University 2-1 Saturday to give Pat Svihlik his first coaching win. Alexis Mendoza scored off two feeds from Greg Raimondo for both goals for the Student Princes. Alex Archambeau had eight saves in goal.

n Heidelberg women’s soccer tied Mount St. Joseph 0-0 Saturday, surviving four shots by the Lions hitting the goal post.

n Heidelberg’s volleyball team swept Geneva 25-17, 18-25, 25-16, 25-22 and Thomas Moore 25-19, 26-25, 26-24 at the Sommer Center Spiketacular. Janessa Scott slammed 13 kills against Geneva, Sarah Parker belted 12 kills, Karlie DiRuzza tossed up 50 assists and Megan Mills had 20 digs. Against Thomas Moore, Mills had 21 digs and Parker smacked 12 kills. Sullivan was named to the all-tournament team. She finished the weekend with 36 kills.

n Tiffin University’s volleyball team beat Oakland City 25-16, 25-16, 25-21 and Ursuline 25-15, 25-19, 25-13 at the Kentucky Wesleyan Tournament. Kasey Adelsperger slammed 11 kills against Oakland City and Jenna Huffman lined 10 while Emily Weithman had 36 assists. Against Ursuline, Huffman belted 11 kills, Olivia Cobb slammed nine kills and Weithman tossed up 30 assists.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Arcadia topped Calvert 25-22, 25-9.

n Alexa Konkle had three kills and eight assists and Emma Myer-Huffman added three kills as Mohawk beat New Riegel 25-20, 25-20.

n Hopewell-Loudon beat Fostoria 25-12, 25-8. Dakota Thomas led the Chieftains with eight assists and six kills, Nicole Colley slammed five aces and five kills and Kenzie Coleman had four assists and two kills.

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BASKETBALL OFFICIATING CLASS: Those wishing to become a licensed basketball official can attend a class beginning Oct. 3 at Victory Church in Fremont. Cost is $100 and registration must be done through the Ohio High School Athletic Association website, www.ohsaa.org, where it will show a class description and schedule. For help using the website, directions or any questions, call Lee Shaffer at (419) 307-0587.

VOLLEYBALL ASSIGNER: The Northern Buckeye Conference is accepting applications for its volleyball assigner for 2017. Send a letter of interest to NBC Commissioner Dave Bringman at 190 S. Cindy Lane, Port Clinton, Ohio 43452 or nbccomish@gmail.com by Oct. 1.

GOLF: Fred Reimer and Dan Gaietto won the final third session of the Thursday Night K of C League and will play Zach Gaietto and Jacob Yoshimoto in a semifinal. The other semifinal pits Tom Traunero and Duane Schank against Harold Brickner and Darryl Elchert. Prizes went to Jeff Colatruglio (closest in two No. 2), Matt Litton (closest to pin No. 5), Tony Latona (long putt No. 8) and Jeff Welty (long drive No. 9). The twosomes of Tony Latona and Rusty Latona and Bob Gooding and Dave Porter Jr. won skins.

n Don Kin, John Powell, Nick Say, Butch Whipple and Mike Kinnaman tied Dave Combs, Mike Mertes, Steve Sheiber, Dave Seislove and Don Hammer for the win in the Senior League at Clinton Heights at 8 under. Prizes went to Chuck Wilbert (closest in on No. 14), Skip Halcomb (closest in two No. 13) and Fred Smith (long putt No. 10). Mertes and Jim Ruess tied for the closest in three at No. 17 honors.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: New Riegel’s seventh grade beat Sandusky St. Mary 25-12, 25-14, getting five aces and two kills from Sydney Hohman, three aces and three kills from Olivia Shaferly and two kills from Maya Bodart.

n New Riegel’s eighth grade beat St. Mary 25-17, 15-14. Genna Elchert led the Blue Jackets with three aces and three digs, Grace Clouse had two digs and Libbie Ink added three assists.

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CORRECTION: Tiffin Middle volleyball player Addie Conti’s name was misspelled in Thursday’s edition.

GOLF: Bob Barchus, Paul Hannay, Jim Immele and Bob Vicek shot 6-under par to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Immele (long putt No. 4) and Paul E. Fey (closest to pin No. 6).

n Reineke Family Dealerships is sponsoring the grand prize for the Teresa Kessler Big Cup scramble Sept. 24 at Seneca Hills, beginning at 9 a.m. A hole-in-one on No. 18 will win a golfer a two-year lease on a 2017 Ford Focus. Three other par three holes will be giving away a resort vacation on No. 6, a set of golf clubs on No. 13 and a $500 VISA gift card on No. 16 with a hole-in-one. Registration for the event is $200, which includes skins, golf, cart, lunch and door prizes. Contact (419) 934-0227 or (419) 310-0553 for registration.

VARSITY BOYS GOLF: Norwalk upended Bellevue 152-164 at Sleepy Hollow Thursday. Nathan Fox led the way for the Redmen with a 40, while Jacob Tiell and Noah Lawson shot twin 41s, Joe Wetten shot a 42, Cody Snyder carded a 43 and Nolan Meyer finished with a 44.

VARSITY TENNIS: Fremont St. Joe defeated Calvert 4-1 Thursday. The lone win for Calvert came in No. 1 singles where Laura Haley beat Morgan Collins 6-1, 6-3.

BASKETBALL OFFICIATING CLASS: Those wishing to become a licensed basketball official can attend a class beginning Oct. 3 at Victory Church in Fremont. Cost is $100 and registration must be done through the Ohio High School Athletic Association website, www.ohsaa.org, where it will show a class description and schedule. For help using the website, directions, or any questions, call Lee Shaffer at (419) 307-0587.

WRESTLING OFFICIATING CLASS: The South Shore Wrestling Officials Association will be hosting a new wrestling official’s class starting Sept. 20. If interested, contact Larren Wikel for details at (419) 541-1124 or by email at lwikel@erieblacktop.com.

JV TENNIS: Clyde’s Siera Hisey, Paige Brown, Madi Bannister, Saylor Meyer, Lakotah Cagle, Amber Fay and Hali Hagemeyer all won against Port Clinton Thursday.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Fostoria beat Woodmore 25-22, 25-23.

n Mohawk beat Seneca East 25-14, 25-20. Jordyn Lease led the winners with eight digs and five kills, Aubrey Margraf had 11 digs and Alexa Konkle handed out 10 assists. Alyssa Daniel lined three kills for Seneca East.

n Old Fort beat Fremont St. Joe 25-7, 25-6, thanks to Hanna Bilger’s six kills, five assists, three aces and three digs. Madison Guth added nine assists, five aces, five kills and three digs, and Morgan Wilkinson lined two kills and two blocks.

n Bellevue beat Sandusky 25-14, 25-10. Madi Hrynciw had 15 assists and two aces for Bellevue, Sydni Rodriguez lined four kills and Courtney Haley served two aces.

n Ontario beat Columbian 23-25, 25-14, 25-15 Thursday. Chaise Schank had 16 digs and two aces for the Tornadoes, while Zoey Allen added 11 assists and three aces, Kailey Windsor added eight assists, Megan Fry made 12 digs and Maddie Phillips and Kacie Ludwig each had four kills.

n St. Wendelin topped Lakota 25-19, 28-26.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Mohawk beat Seneca East 25-13, 25-19. Jordan Queen smacked four kills for Seneca East.

n Old Fort beat Fremont St. Joe 25-13, 25-19. Savannah McCoy tallied six kills, three aces and three digs for Old Fort, Ashlyn Magers had 11 assists and five digs and MarcQue Harris added three digs, two aces and two assists.

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: Columbian crushed Willard 42-6. Nick Jackson, Chase Frankhouser and Nick Koerper all scored for the Tornadoes, with Hunter Richardson adding a pick six.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Seneca East’s eighth grade outlasted Wynford 25-20, 26-24. Tori Fritz (block) led the way with four aces, three digs and three kills, and Jessica Bowerman had four kills, three digs and two aces.

n Wynford’s seventh grade beat Seneca East 25-16, 17-25, 25-23. Bailey Holmer had three aces, two kills and two digs for Seneca East, Lauryn Green (assist, kill) served two aces and Kim Jaynes belted two kills and two aces.

n Ontario’s eighth grade topped Tiffin Middle School 25-22, 16-25, 25-20. TMS’ leaders were Addie Conti, who tallied seven kills and nine assists, while Rylie Roggow added eight kills and four aces, Ashley Cunningham smacked six kills and Lucy smothers ended with five digs.

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COACH OPENING: Calvert is looking for a softball coach. Potential candidates can send a letter of interest to Drector of Athletics Paul Shoemaker at pshoemaker1@calvertcatholic.org.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Tiffin Middle’s eighth grade beat Willard 25-16, 27-25. Leaders for the Tornadoes were Addie Continue, with nine assists and nine kills, Hailey Cooper with seven assists and three digs, Olivia Jacobs with five kills and Rylie Roggow, who had four kills.

n Tiffin Middle’s seventh grade lost in two games. Leaders were Katelyn Hardina with two aces, Madison Wise with two kills, and Haileigh Kutscher with two digs.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat Vanlue 25-9, 25-12. Abigail Beidelschies served 12 aces and Abigail Daniel finished with an ace for H-L.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade also beat Vanlue 25-13, 25-15. Haley Weaver and Elizabeth Wells each had six aces for the Chieftains.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon swept Vanlue 25-2, 25-6 as Mary Harris tallied seven aces, a kill and three assists for the Chieftains, while Hannah Welly added six aces and three kills and Nicole Colley served up four aces.

GOLF: In the Reineke Two-Man Scramble League, Jim Ruess and John Armstrong defeated Mike Hampp and Ted Rombach. Skip Halcomb and Fred Smith topped Dave Purnell and Gary Espejo. In the finals, Halcomb and Smith defeated Ruess and Armstrong, 12 1/2-6 .

n In the Steyer Seed Two-Man scramble league, Joe Ringer and Ted Hilborn won a tournament semifinal over Junior Coffman and Bob Kissell 7-3, and Denny Dean and Paul Dewald beat Marc Baugher and Ron Wise 7-3. The two winners will meet in an 18-hole match for the league title.

n Gary Hohman, Jim Ruess, Lou Greiselding and Skip Halcomb won the Wednesday Senior league at Clinton Heights with an 8-under par. The second-place team was Carl Rainey, Ed Lutz, Bob Shultz, Frank Perna and Dick Hull with a 7-under par. Prize winners were Rainey (closest to pin in one No. 5), John Powell (closest to pin in two No. 3), Jim Ruess and Mike Hampp (closest to pin in three No. 9) and Greiselding (long putt No. 1).

n Jim Wise, Ray Garcia, Dave O’Brien and Dave Straley won the Front 9 Scramble in the Lakeland Senior League Wednesday with an 8-under par. Rob Greer, Tom Schiltz, Ivan Crowe, Jack Fenton and Mike Schmidt, Butch Bricker, Ed Sterling and Al Mireles tied to win the Back 9 Stableford at 4 over.

BOWLING: In the Allen Eiry Center Wednesday, Jim Donaldson won the high men’s score with a 183, Harry Smith won the high men’s series with a 345. Jane Hemminger won both for the women with a 168 and 309. AEC bowling is every Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Heritage Lanes.

BASKETBALL OFFICIATING CLASS: For those who wish to become a licensed basketball official, there will be a class beginning Oct. 3 at Victory Church in Fremont. Cost is $100 and registration must be done through the Ohio High School Athletic Association website, www.ohsaa.org, where it will show a class description and schedule. For help using the website, directions, or any questions, contact Lee Shaffer at (419) 307-0587.

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COACH OPENING: Calvert is looking for a softball coach. Potential candidates can send a letter of interest to Drector of Athletics Paul Shoemaker at pshoemaker1@calvertcatholic.org.

HOLE-IN-ONE: Jason Strait sunk a hole-in-one Friday at Clinton Heights. He used a gap wedge on the 97-yard par 3, No. 11.

GOLF: In the Bumps Tuesday Retirees Traveling Group at Loudon Meadows, the team of Don Kin, Jeff Sikora, Paul Donaldson and Jim Homan won with an 11-under par. Second place was Ken Gooding, Pete Meisner, Dave Sendelbach and Larry Schalk on the fifth playoff hole beating the team of Brad Tanner, Dick Hull, Dick Ruehle and Mike Clouse with a 10-under par. Next week’s outing will be the Division Shootout at Seneca Hills beginning at 10 a.m. The league party will follow golf.

n In the Fall League at Clinton Heights, Carl Rainey leads with 24 points. Prize holes went to Lenny Goshe (closest in two No. 2), Mike Theis (closest to pin No. 5), Rainey (long putt No. 7). Ron Kern had the low gross with a 37.

n In the Lakeland Senior League’s Front 9 Best Ball, the team of Dave Salucci, Rick Judy, Al Mireles and Dick Kozlowski are tied with the team of Mike Schmidtm Ivan Crowe, Ron Saklosky and Dave Meyer for first at five under par. In the Back 9 Stableford, Schmidt, Crowe, Salkosky and Meyer finished in first at six over.

n Dave Snyder leads the Napoli Pzza Golf League Wednesday at Clinton Heights. Snyder has 35 points, while Jim Hoffbauer had 32 points and Zach Fowler had 31. Lou Brickner had the low gross at 37 and the low net at 32. He also was closest in three on No. 6, Josh Predieri had the long drive on No. 3, Tony Latona was closest in two on No. 8, and Dan Colatruglio was closet to the pin on No. 5.

VARSITY BOYS GOLF: Upper Sandusky defeated Wynford 174-223 Tuesday. Brett Montgomery led the Rams with a 40, Turner Dilley added a 42, Trevor Clifford had a 44, Isaiah Washburn carded a 48, Logan Dickerson shot a 52 and Evan Young ended with a 55.

JV BOYS GOLF: Garrett Vickery shot a 40, Jacob Volkman had a 42, Connor Rospert added a 47, George Schaffer carded a 49 and Zach Eskins shot a 55 for Bellevue at Mills Creek against Sandusky.

n Braden Brown shot a 48 and Greg Gase added a 44 for Columbian at Seneca Hills.

n Wyatt Beamer (59), Blake Miller (46), Kyle Siesel (50), Johnny Margraf (57), Dylan Kalb (48) and Camdon Conley (55) all competed at Clinton Heights against Old Fort.

JV GIRLS GOLF: Meredith Obringer carded a 62 and Savannah Hagen finished with a 68 for Columbian at Seneca Hills.

JV TENNIS: Alicia Klohn, Paige Brown, Madi Bannister, Saylor Meyer, Mary Wilkerson, Lakotah Cagle, McKenzi Woessner, Clori Hackenburg and Amber Fay all won matches for Clyde against Vermilion Tuesday.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Old Fort beat New Riegel 25-16, 25-5. Cassidy Eddington drilled two aces had three aces for New Riegel, and Lily Snyder and Marianna Tiell both had three digs. Tiell also had four assists. Hanna Bilger totaled six kills, six assists and six digs for Old Fort, and Jenna Clouse ended with five digs, three kills and four aces.

n Upper Sandusky beat Seneca East 25-8, 25-20.

n Calvert beat Lakota, 25-15, 25-14.

n Genoa beat Fostoria 17-25, 25-22, 25-22.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Old Fort beat New Riegel 25-13, 25-4. Ashlyn Magers tallied two aces, two digs and five assists for the Stockaders, while MarcQue Harris had three aces, five digs and a pair of assists and Andrea Reiter finished with an ace, five kills and a pair of digs.

VARSITY BOYS SOCCER: Ontario routed Columbian 8-0 Tuesday. TC’s Alex Charlton made seven saves, while Fred Fabrizio had five in goal.

JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: Tiffin Columbian’s eighth grade beat Glenwood 26-16. Quarterback Brian Edler threw a touchdown to Kaia Woods and a two-point conversion to Woods. Jackson Harris rushed for 241 yards and three scores for the Tornadoes.

n Kendall Blair scored five touchdowns and Collin Barth added a TD and four two-point conversions to lead Mohawk’s seventh grade past Bucyrus 46-12. Barth also picked off a pass.

n Jesse Leeth ran for two touchdowns and a conversion to fuel Mohawk’s 20-6 eighth grade win against Bucyrus. Trey Combs added a TD pass to Landen Snyder for the Warriors. Snyder picked off pass and Mason Danner recovered a fumble.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Katrina Kagy tallied 16 assists and three aces to help Seneca East’s eighth grade beat Mohawk 25-16, 25-19. Jessica Bowerman added nine kills and four aces for the Tigers.

n Seneca East’s seventh grade beat Mohawk 25-22, 16-25, 25-16. Bailey Holman led the winners with 11 aces and two assists, Karly Cottingham lined three kills and three aces and Sophie Norman had a kill and a dig.

* New Riegel’s seventh grade beat Old Foert 25-17, 25-10. Alyssa Hoerig had five assists for Old Fort, Madison Nesselhauf lined four kills, Jaislyn Woodall tossed up two assists and Chloe Wilkinson belted two kills and two aces. For New Riegel, Aubrey Bouillon served eight aces and blasted three kills for New Riegel, while Katie Rumschlag added five aces and JoJo Nye tallied an ace and an assist.

n New Riegel’s eighth grade beat Old Fort 25-23, 12-25, 25-7. Jordan Reineck (2 kills) paced Old Fort with five aces and four digs, Christa Kuhn tallied seven kills and four digs, Faith Miller belted five aces, Riley Lehner added six digs and three kills, Emily Hull (2 aces) chipped in seven assists and three digs and Kara Davidson had two aces and two digs. Jordan Hohman collected four kills and seven digs for NR, Kayleigh Lininger added seven aces, four digs and three assists and Genna Elchert ended with three aces and three digs.

n Calvert’s seventh grade beat Lakota 25-8, 25-17. Kate Rombach served seven aces and hit three kills for the Senecas, while Emma White added five aces and a pair of kills, Samantha Wellman had four assists and three digs and Caitlyn Borer, Jenna Bonnell and Ashley Felter all had two aces.

n Calvert’s eighth grade topped Fremont St. Joe 25-13, 25-20. Madison Widman served up five aces for Calvert, Leah Renninger added six kills and 10 assists and Ashlyn Jones and Madison Schumacher both finished with four kills.

JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY: Grace Rinnert, Serena Ingalls and Annalyce Bowles ran 1-2-3 to lead Tiffin to the win in a triangular at Shelby. They were backed up by Kiersten Garlock and Asten Eggert. Tiffin’s boys finished second in their race. Caden Groves and Cole Newlove claimed first and second for Tiffin, with Jacob Weingart, Logan Robinson, Evan Glick, Logan Darling and Carter Fittro also running for the Tornadoes.

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GOLF: In the Phat Cakes Par Tee League, Jack Rose remains in the lead with 160 points. Ron Schramm is in second with 158 points. Two weeks remain in the second half. Jason Galitza posted the low round of 37. Adam Brown, Rose and Galitza were winners in the skins game. Prize hole winners were Ray Nutter (pin shot, No. 5), Rose (proximity shot, No. 2), Doug Albert (long drive, No. 4), Brian Perrine (long putt, No. 9) and Tony Consolo (long putt, No.6 and best poker hand).

JV?FOOTBALL: Hopewell-Loudon beat Elmwood, 58-6. Brock Williams had two rushing touchdowns and one passing touchdown for the Chieftains, as well as an interception return for a touchdown. Charlie Wickham had a rushing touchdown, John Turco had two rushing touchdowns and Derek Foos had a receiving and rushing touchdown. Brandon Wilt had an interception.

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GOLF: Tom Ardner, Bob Teach, Jim Weinandy and Al Beam shot 7 under to win the Friday Morning Senior League at Clinton Heights. Prizes went to Don Hammer (closest in one No. 14, closest in two No. 16), Harry Smith (closest in three No. 17) and Skip Halcomb (long putt No. 15).

* Fred Reimer and Dan Gaietto lead Josh Predieri and Matt Litton 38-31 in the final third of the Thursday Night K of C League. Prizes went to Rusty Latona (closest to pin No. 11), Mike Porter (closest in two No. 13), Mark Kontak (long putt No. 15) and John Arend (closest in three No. 17). Skins went to the twosomes of Reimer and Gaietto, and Bob Gooding and Dave Porter Jr.

* John Losey and Craig Losey beat Brent Hemminger and Chris Barry in one North Division semifinal in the Baumann’s Two-Man Scramble League at Clinton Heights, and Jim Peer and Jim Myers did the same to Mark Smith and Paul VanHorn in the other. In the South Division, Jim Birch and Dave Bush beat Ken Gooding and Brian Fox while Mike Griffin and Derek Lewis beat Denny Mattson and Chad Mattson. The divisional finals will be held next week.

BOWLING: The Rocket Bowling League will take place each week at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Teams and individuals are welcome, with the league starting Wednesday. For more information, call Dave Coppus at (419) 937-2774 or John Klingshirn at (419) 443-0193.

VOLLEYBALL: Tiffin Parks & Recreation will host its inaugural VB(ALL) NIGHTER tournament. The double-elimination tournament is Sept. 23-24, starting at 7 p.m. Cost is $100 per team, with a portion going to the Alzheimer’s Association. Teams can have four to 10 players, with at least two of them being women. To register, email Nick Basting at nbasting@tiffinohio.gov.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: New Riegel’s seventh grade beat Lakota 25-7, 25-9 to improve to 5-0. Aubrey Boullion led the winners with eight aces, four assists and three digs. JoJo Nye tossed up seven assists and Maya Bodart had two kills and two digs.

* New Riegel’s eighth grade beat Lakota 25-15, 25-11. Kayleigh Lininger sparked the Blue Jackets with nine aces and three aces, Grace Clouse had two digs and Jenna Gabel added an ace and dig.

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VARSITY GIRLS SOCCER: Columbian fell to Van Buren 6-1 Saturday. Bridget Daniel scored her first career goal for TC as Madison Zimmerman assisted. TC is 1-3 this season.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon improved to 6-1 by beating Woodmore 25-14, 25-15. Nicole Colley slammed six kills for H-L, Abbi Roerdink lined four kills and Hannah Welly drilled five aces and two kills.

JV FOOTBALL: Columbian beat Seneca East 34-8. Parker Johnson, Karter Reinbolt, Wayne Harrison and Will Fleck each scored a touchdown for the Tornadoes.

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: Columbian beat Seneca

East 14-0, getting TDs from Robert Daniel and Hunter Richardson. Nick Koerper scored on a conversion run for the Tornadoes, and Alex Smith picked off a pass.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: The Old Fort seventh and eighth grades beat Arcadia Saturday. The seventh grade won 25-10, 25-12. Alyssa Hoerig had three aces for the Stockaders, Breanna Hoerig added four aces, Madison Nesselhauf recorded three aces and three kills, Jillian Stover served three aces and Chloe Wilkinson ended with five aces and a pair of kills. The eighth grade won 25-15, 25-19. Jordan Reineck recorded two aces, three kills, four assists and two digs for Old Fort, while Riley Lenaer had two aces, two kills and six digs, Emily Hull added a pair of kills and four assists and Kara Davidson finished with three assists and a pair of digs.

JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY: Caden Groves set a Tiffin Middle School record by crossing the line in 10:35 at the Ashland Invitational. Cole Newlove finished in 11:59 for the Tornadoes, and Jacob Weingart, Logan Robinson and Evan Glick also ran for Tiffin. In the girls race, Tiffin’s Serena Ingalls finished in 14:10, with Annalyce Bowles, Kiersten Garlock and Toria Ingalls also running.

BOWLING: The Rocket Bowling League will take place each week at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Teams and individuals are welcome, with the league starting Wednesday. For more information, call Dave Coppus at (419) 937-2774 or John Klingshirn at (419) 443-0193.

VOLLEYBALL: Tiffin Parks & Recreation will host its inaugural VB(ALL) NIGHTER tournament. The double-elimination tournament is Sept. 23-24, starting at 7 p.m. Cost is $100 per team, with a portion going to the Alzheimer’s Association. Teams can have four to 10 players, with at least two of them being women. To register, email Nick Basting at nbasting@tiffinohio.gov.

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GOLF: In league tournament play at the Steyer Seed Two-Man Scramble League, the quarterfinal winners were the teams of Junior Coffman and Bob Kissell, Joe Ringer and Ted Hillborn, Denny Dean and Paul DeWald, and Marc Baugher and Ron Wise. Fun Nite prize winners were Ron Kern (No. 1), Dick Gower (No. 2), Mike Theis (No. 3), Junior Coffman (Nos. 4 and 5), Len Goshe (Nos. 6 and 7), Carl Rainey (No. 8) and Dave Snyder (No. 9).

n Mark Dircksen and Jason Herbert beat Dick Best and Gary Hohman 42-38 to win the Men’s Wednesday Night Catholic League at Seneca Hills.

n Paul Hannay, Dutch Edeburn, Gene Sherer and Tim Mannas shot 7 under to win the Thursday Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Ray Krupp (long putt No. 10) and Edeburn (closest to pin No. 17).

n Zach Allen and Gary Burns lead the early flight of the Reineke Wednesday League at Clinton Heights with 33 1/2 points. Prizes went to Mark O’Reilly (closest in two No. 2), Jerry Hess (long putt No. 4), Russ Eborg (long drive No. 6) and Mitch Stearns (closest in three No. 9).

PREP VOLLEYBALL: St. Wendelin beat Sandusky Bay Conference foe Sandusky St. Mary 24-26, 23-25, 25-16, 25-22, 15-9. Peighton Troike led the Mohawks with 19 kills and six solo blocks, Hannah Kelbley had 18 assists and Hannah Burns lined 11 kills and had 16 assists and seven digs.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Mohawk stormed past Bucyrus 25-9, 25-8. Madison Fredritz lined four kills for Mohawk, Jordyn Lease had six digs and three kills and Alexa Konkle added six digs, three aces and three kills.

n Seneca East beat Colonel Crawford 25-19, 25-23, led by Alissa Daniel’s 15 digs and Maria Phillips’ nine digs and two aces.

n Buckeye Central topped Upper Sandusky 25-17, 25-14.

n New Riegel beat Lakota 25-7, 25-21. Brooklyn Depinet lined five kills for the Blue Jackets, Marianna Tiell had four aces and four assists and Braelyn Moes served eight aces.

n Lake beat Fostoria 25-16, 28-26, 25-15.

n Carey bumped Wynford 25-8, 25-23.

n Calvert beat St. Joe, 23-25, 25-15, 25-17.

n Sandusky St. Mary beat St. Wendelin 25-15, 25-11. Natalie Frankart lined four kills for St. Wendelin and Aleiya Douglas had four assists.

JV GOLF: Old Fort’s Kaleb Wilkinson shot a 45, Brandon Swartz had a 54 and Jack DeRan added a 65 in a match at Nature Trails. Mohawk got a 52 from Luke Gram and a 58 from Brett Kelbley.

n Garrett Vickery carded a 45 and Jacob Volkman shot a 48 to lead Bellevue at Sleepy Hollow, but the Redmen fell 188-193 to Ontario. Connor Rospert (49), Zach Eskins (51), George Schaffer (52) and Zach Fischer (60) also played for Bellevue.

JV TENNIS: Bellevue won four matches against Ontario, getting a singles win from Mady Brugnone (6-1), and doubles victories from Rayven Whyde and Maddie Corrado (6-4), Ella Little and Claire Peacock (6-4), and Summer Strunk and Leighann Motley (6-5). Bethany Branum lost a singles match (6-2), and Sage Garcia and Alivia Hamons lost a doubles match (6-2).

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Bailey Holman served 17 aces and added four kills and two assists as Seneca East’s seventh grade beat Upper Sandusky 25-19, 22-25, 25-16. Karli Cottingham added three kills.

n Seneca East’s eighth grade beat Upper Sandusky 25-13, 25-16 on the strength of Jessica Bowerman’s 10 aces, three kills and two digs. Alexis Hicks lined four kills and three aces.

n Calvert beat Fremont St. Joe 25-4, 22-25, 25-6, thanks to Kate Rombach’s 12 aces, six kills and three digs. Mara Mangiola added nine aces and four assists, Emma White drilled seven aces and Samantha Wellman tossed up eight assists.

n Calvert’s eighth grade beat Fremont St. Joe 25-23, 25-8. Leah Renninger had 11 assists, seven aces and four digs for the Senecas in the win, Madison Schumacher added five kills, four aces, three assists and three digs, Ashlyn Jones came up with five digs and Maggie Bremyer tallied four digs.

BOWLING: The Rocket Bowling League will take place each week at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Teams and individuals are welcome, with the league starting Wednesday. For more information, call Dave Coppus at (419) 937-2774 or John Klingshirn at (419) 443-0193.

CALVERT: Alumni baseball players should contact coach Brian Rothrock today about attending the upcoming alumni game. Contact him at brothrock@clyde.k12.oh.us with your name, graduation year and T-shirt size.

VOLLEYBALL: Tiffin Parks & Recreation will host its inaugural VB(ALL) NIGHTER tournament. The double-elimination tournament is Sept. 23-24, starting at 7 p.m. Cost is $100 per team, with a portion going to the Alzheimer’s Association. Teams can have four to 10 players, with at least two of them being women. To register, email Nick Basting at nbasting@tiffinohio.gov.

BASKETBALL: There will be a league available to players from fourth grade through high school. The Best of the Best Basketball Fall League will run from Sept. 11- Oct. 16th. The league will feature fourth grade through high school divisions. All games will be played Sunday evenings and be played at Tiffin University and other colleges and high schools in Seneca County. There will be a guarantee of at least 10 games for each team. Register an entire team or Individually and Best of the Best Basketball will place you on a team. Deadline to register is Sept. 3. Visit www.bestbasketball.net or call (419) 443-5440 with questions.

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GOLF: The Teresa Kessler Memorial Big Cup tournament scramble will be held Sept. 24 beginning at 9 a.m. at Seneca Hills. All holes will have 8-inch cups for putting except for Par 3 hols. Cost is $200 for four-person team including skins, green fees, lunch and door prizes. Contact (419) 934-0227 or (419) 310-0553 for information and to reserve your team.

n In the Amvets League at Seneca Hills, the team of Bob Grothaus and Tom Miller won the league championship. Prize winners were Mike Kimmet (long putt No. 10) and Lowell Hosler (long putt No. 14), Dan Coppes (closest to pin No. 16). Next Wednesday the league will play a two-man best ball scramble starting at 9 a.m. Following the golf will be a luncheon at the Amvets at 12:30 p.m.

n The team of Don Kin, Mike Mertes, Dave Sendelbach and Steve Scheiber won the Wednesday morning Senior League at Clinton Heights, shooting 7-under par. Prize winners were Ted Rombach (closest to pin No. 5), Dick Hull (closest to pin in two No. 2), Tom Ardner (closest to pin in three No. 9) and Scheiber (long putt No. 4).

n In the Tuesday Nite PJ Brickhouse League at Loudon Meadows, Doug Tanner and Mike Kimmet each shot a 39 for the low gross, while Tanner and Greg Arbogast had the low net with a 34. Prize winners were Arbogast (closest to pin No. 2) and Tanner (long putt No. 9).

JV BOYS GOLF: Columbian beat Ontario 183-192 Wednesday at Twin Lakes. Matt Klepper shot a 44 for TC, while Greg Gase and Colin Burkett added 45s and Braden Brown ended with a 49. Patrick Marquis also shot a 49 and Collin Anway finished with a 55.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon defeated Riverdale 25-11, 25-13. Abbi Roedink had three kills for the Chieftains, while Nicole Colley had four kills. Morgan Searles had four assists, and Mary Harris had two kills, four assists and four aces.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade topped Riverdale, 25-17, 25-9. Allie Milligan served seven aces for H-L.

n Riverdale’s eighth grade got past Hopewell-Loudon 23-25, 25-23, 25-13. Haley Weaver served four aces, and Elizabeth Wells served five.

JV TENNIS: Bree Dowling, Paige Brown, Madi Bannister, Siera Hisey, Mary Wilkerson and Lakotah Cagle all won for Clyde against Bryan Wednesday.

BASKETBALL: The Best of the Best Basketball Fall League will run from Sept. 11 to Oct. 16th for players grades 4-12. All games will be played on Sunday evenings and be played at Tiffin University and other colleges and high schools in Seneca County. There will be a guarantee of at least 10 games for each team. Register an entire team or individually. Deadline to register is Saturday. Visit www.bestbasketball.net or call (419) 443-5440 with any questions.

COLUMBIAN FOOTBALL: Presale tickets for Friday’s game at Bryan will be on sale from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. today and Friday. See Patty Davis in the athletic office at Columbian High School. Student tickets are $4 presale and $6 at the door.