OHSAA RECOGNITION: The Ohio High School Athletic Association will recognize the 50th anniversary of Old Fort’s baseball state title before the June 2 Division IV state championship game in Columbus. The Stockaders, coached by Jim Rosendahl, won the 1968 Class A title by beating Anna 6-0 to complete a 17-0 season. Old Fort beat Seaman 4-1 in the semifinal that year.

HALL OF FAME: The Hardin County Sports Hall of Fame inducted Tonya Trusty on Saturday along with other members of the 1984 Hardin Northern state runner-up volleyball team that finished 29-1. Trusty, who currently teaches and coaches at Mohawk, was previously inducted into the Bluffton University Sports Hall of Fame.

GOLF: The Columbian football program will hold its inaugural TC Football Alumni and Friends Golf Outing June 10 at Clinton Heights. Cost is $220 per team and includes snack at the turn and Carmie’s catered lunch. Side games, door prizes, raffles, 50/50 and memorabilia items will be available. Registration begins at 8 a.m. Email Coach Lutz at to register your team or if interested in sponsoring a hole.

n The ninth annual Fremont St. Joe Boys Basketball Friends and Family Scramble is June 9 with a 9 a.m. shotgun start at Sycamore Hills. You must arrive at the clubhouse by 8:15 a.m. to register. It’s four-person teams (individuals may register and be placed on a team) with the proceeds going to the SJCC boys basketball program. Cost is $45 per player or $180 for a team of four. Price includes 18 holes, two golf carts per team, lunch, winning team will received (4) $50 merchandise gift certificates to Sycamore Hills, eight different winners will receive top prize, top raffle prize is $400 gift certificate, 50/50, field prizes and rain or shine the dinner and raffles will still take place. Call Jonathan Will (419) 575-6919, Jeff Underwood (419) 944-6068 or Doug Michael (pro Shop) at (419) 332-5716 for questions.

n Fritz Smith and John Englehart led the first-third of the Men’s Wednesday Night Catholic League at Seneca Hills with 99 points. Mark Miller shot a 36 for low gross and Chuck Eingle shot a 29 for low net.

n Erica Gordon and Pam Moyer lead the Baumann Women’s Monday Night League at Clinton Heights. The leaders won prizes on No. 3 and No. 9. Susan Gibson and Joyce Gibson won a prize on No. 1. Angie Bour and Sharon Gase recorded the most low putts (9) and Carla Seibenaller and Barb Kuhn shot low gross (37).

CAL RIPKEN: The Tiffin Cal Ripken League seeks 11- and 12-year-old players. Must be 11 before May 1 and not 13 before May 1. They play with balks, leadoffs and dropped third strikes. Call Jeff Hohman at (419) 448-7321 to sign up on a team.

MUD RUN: P.M. Gillmor Community Park in Fort Seneca will host the fifth annual Mud Run on June 9. There will be a half mile fun mud run at 9 a.m. and a 5K mud run at 10 a.m. Ages 18 and under is $20. Ages 19 and over is $40. For more information, call Ann Miller at (419) 455-4028. For registration forms, check out the Facebook page for P.M. Gillmor Community Park.

BASEBALL: Tiffin Babe Ruth still has openings for players age 13-16, as well as coaches. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or (567) 220-3018.

COACH OPENING: Upper Sandusky High School seeks a junior varsity boys basketball coach for the upcoming school year. If interested, contact Brad Ehrman at

FOOTBALL CAMP: The Columbian football program will host a football camp June 4-7 from 9-11 a.m. at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. Camp is for any boy or girl entering grades 1-8. Cost is $30 and pre-registration papers can be picked up at Washington, Krout, Noble or Tiffin Middle School. Email coach Lutz at with any questions.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CAMP: Heidelberg is to host a youth camp for boys and girls entering grade K-8. The camp is to be held June 11-13 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. The cost is $75 per camper and $65 for siblings (multiple campers). All campers are to get a T-shirt and lunch is to be provided. Brochures can be printed off of the Heidelberg Baseball website. Contact Head Coach Chad Fitzgerald at (724) 699-4607 or email for more information.