VOLLEYBALL OFFICIATING CLASSES: Classes will be July 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, 31 and Aug. 5 and 7 at Clyde Middle School. Cost is $125, which includes the cost of the officiating license for the year. The instructor is Mary Methner, who can be reached at mary_methner@hotmail.com or (419) 680-3309.

SLOW PITCH: Sycamore Slow Pitch men’s league is forming. It starts in mid-July with the first six teams accepted. Old Timer’s Softball League starts in late-August with the first six teams accepted. Call Fuzz Bogard at (419) 927-5685 and leave a message.

SOFTBALL: The 39th annual Oak Harbor All-Nighter Tournament is July 12-13. Cost is $160 per team and $12 per umpire. Call Mike Williamson (419) 603-7687 for entry.

OHSAA MEETING: Upper Sandusky High School will have its fall sports parent meeting July 22 at 7 p.m. in the gym. Parents of all fall sports athletes are expected to attend. There will be a general meeting beginning at 7 p.m. Followed by individual sport meetings.

BASKETBALL CAMP: The Heidelberg men’s basketball team has several dates for camps this summer. They are July 16-19 (boys grades 6-9), which costs $125; July 22-23 (boys and girls Pre K-1), which costs $30; and July 24-26 (boys 2-5), which costs $100. Visit www.bergathletics.come/camps_clinics/camps to sign up or contact head coach Andy Bucheit at (419) 448-2006 or abucheit@heidelberg.edu.

GOLF: In the Baumann Old Fort Ex-Hi Golf League, Brad Fry and Jeff Miller lead the second five weeks with 29 points, while Larry Miller and Larry Elchert have 26 points. Tom Puffenburger was closest to the pin on No. 2, while Junior Coffman was closest to the pin on the third shot on No. 3. Ron Bowlin had the long putt on No. 8.

n The Wednesday Senior League at Clinton Heights was won by Jim Reuss, Fred Smith, Chuck Wilbert and Greg Clouse at five under. In second at four under was the team of Don Kin, Dave Seislove, Jim Hoffertand Steve Seicheiber. Prize holes went to Reuss, who was closest in one on No. 1, Mike Hampp, was closest in two on No. 2 and Smith, who was closest in three on No. 9. Chuck Reinbolt has the long putt on No. 4.

n In the Carmies Monday Night League, the teams of Bob and Tim Young and Dan and Alex Kenner lead with 165 points. Scott Ferguson had the low gross with a 35.