BOYS JV BASKETBALL: Woodmore beat Lakota 56-42.
n Cole Bigelow poured in 29 points and Gregory Steyer scored 13 to push Old Fort past Sandusky St. Mary 62-53.
GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Calvert held off McComb 29-28 in overtime. Maddie Schumacher had nine points for Calvert and Hannah Smith scored six.
n Colonel Crawford beat Seneca East 45-21. Briley Brookes scored nine points for Seneca East.
n Bridget Mullholand scored eight points to key Carey’s 30-22 win against Wynford.
n Mohawk beat Bucyrus 26-11 for its first win. Brooke Hannam and Madison Wagner both scored seven points for Mohawk.
n Buckeye Central beat Upper Sandusky 35-26. Audrey Lutz and Kendra Ackerman both scored 10 points for Buckeye Central. The Rams got eight points from Reagan Ward and seven from Eve Smith.
n Toria Ingalls had seven points, while Elizabeth Newland and Mo Obringer had six each in Columbian’s 36-14 win over Sandusky. The Blue Streaks’ Chaunta Keahey Beckum scored five.
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL: Drew Theis scored 16 points, helping New Riegel’s seventh grade to a 33-23 win over Sandusky St. Mary. Shane Hohman added 11 for the Blue Jackets.
n New Riegel’s eighth grade got 14 points from Logan Schalk and 18 points from Joe Tiell as it beat St. Mary 47-40.
n Logan Beaston scored 19 points to key Tiffin’s 40-21 seventh grade win against Willard. Zak Siebenaller backed him with six points and Zayne Smith added five.
n Bryce Burns tossed in 20 points and Jaden Myers netted 11 as Tiffin’s eighth grade beat Willard 51-28. Gunther Kissell scored another seven points for the Tornadoes.
n Hayden Welly scored 11 points, Chase Jorgensen had 10 and Connor Joseph tossed in nine to fuel Hopewell-Loudon’s 43-32 seventh grade win against Gibsonburg.
n Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade beat Gibsonburg 39-28, getting nine points each from Tyler Fedele and Ried Jury.
n Seneca East rolled past Buckeye Central 52-29 in seventh grade play. Isaac Mason scored 19 points for the Tigers, Cody Heibertshausen netted 13 and Graham Gibbs chipped in seven.
n Buckeye Central’s eighth grade edged Seneca East 34-32 in overtime. Alex King led Seneca East with 12 points, Mason Foos scored 19 and Patrick Snook had nine.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL: Seneca East’s seventh grade beat Buckeye Central 41-11. Hillary Bogner led the winners with 23 points.
n Seneca East’s eighth grade beat Buckeye Central 48-11. Emily Siesel scored 21 points for Seneca East and Makenna Depinet had 15.
n Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade doubled up Gibsonburg 52-26, getting 12 points from Hope Kreais and 10 from Abbe Beidelschies.
n Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade upended Gibsonburg 28-25. Alex Jackson scored 14 points for H-L and Ashley Daniel had nine.
YOUTH FOOTBALL: Tiffin Youth Football seeks volunteer coaches for third through sixth grade players. For more information, call Paul Shoemaker at (419) 618-4058.
UMPIRE CERTIFICATION: Classes will be held 6-9:30 p.m. Jan. 29 and Feb. 1, 5, 6, 8 and 12 at Tiffin Municipal Building for those wishing to become an umpire through the Ohio High Athletic Association. Cost is $100 per person, which includes state fees, quizzes and testing. The class is limited to 15 people. For more information, contact Scott McDole at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BASEBALL CLUB: The Big Sticks Baseball Club is accepting registration for the 2018 spring and summer season. Players will have the opportunity to play in the Seneca County Little League system. All Tiffin City boys grades K-8 are eligible to participate and there are five league choices based on age and grade. The home site is in Bloomville at Beeghly Park and possibly Columbian High. BSBC follows the principles and teachings of the Columbian baseball program and promotes school-based play in an educationally safe and competitive environment. Membership cards are due at the Tiffin Middle School gym either 9 a.m.-noon Jan. 27 or 1-2 p.m. Jan. 28. For more information, contact email@example.com or visit Big Sticks Baseball on Facebook or at the website http://bigsticksbaseball.weebly.com.