TIFFIN YOUTH FOOTBALL: Tiffin Youth Football was established in 1974 as a free-to-play, full-contact tackle football league. The league provides helmets, uniforms and pads for all players. The league also has a cheerleading squad for each team, known as Tiffin Youth Cheer. Tiffin Youth Football’s draft is coming up. New league players entering grades 3-6 are entered into the draft and will be selected by one of four teams. The draft is 10 a.m.-1 p.m. July 27 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. Registration for cheer is 10 a.m. July 27. The league is open to all area youth entering grades 3-6 in the coming school year. As long as they can pass a physical, they can play football. While the league is called Tiffin Youth Football, it is not limited to Tiffin residents. Visit Tiffinyouthfootball.com for more information.

GOLF: The Teresa Kessler Memorial Scholarship annual Big Cup scramble is Sept. 8 at Fostoria Country Club, beginning at 9 a.m. Entry is $200, which includes golf, cart, prizes, skins and lunch. A drawing for special prizes will also be held. Call Bob at (419) 934-0227 or Darrell (419) 310-0553 for team entries. All holes will have eight inch cups, except for Par 3 holes. Baumann Chevrolet will sponsor the hole-in-one contests. Entry deadline is Sept. 1.

n Old Fort girls basketball team will host a scramble Aug. 4 at Clinton Heights with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Cost is $200 per four-person team, which includes 18 holes with a cart, hot dog at the turn and food after the round. To register, contact Tim Ritzler at coachritzler@yahoo.com.

n Scott Ferguson, Rich Terry, Tim Young and Bob Young lead the Carmie’s Monday Night League at Seneca Hills with 50 points.

n Ted Rombach, Len Farr, Jim Hoffbaur and Craig Neiffer won the Senior League at Clinton Heights at 8 under. In second at 6 under was Don Kin, Wade Burger, Scott Swartz and Ron Troxell. Prize holes went to Hoffbaur (closest in one No. 8), Jack Snay (closest in two No. 6), Bob Shultz (closest in three and Tom Puffenberger (long putt No. 2).

n After two weeks of the second half, the team of Steve Schafer and Tim Mannas lead the Amvets League with 29 ½ points. Dave Myers and Terry Shuff is second at 24 ½ points. Prize winners were Brian Krauss (long putt No. 18), Tom Miller (closest in two No. 15) and Brian Miccichi (long drive No. 10).

CAMP: Heidelberg athletics is accepting registrations for its annual All-Sports Youth Camp. Pushed from its original date because of the school’s berth into the Division III Baseball World Series, the camp occurs Aug. 5. The goal of the all-day camp is to introduce children entering grades 1-6 to a variety of sports. For $25, campers get a T-shirt, a gift, lunch and instruction from our coaches and student-athletes. To register, visit http://bit.ly/BERGYOUTH19. For more information, call Heidelberg athletics at (419) 448-2019.

BASEBALL: Tiffin D-League will have fall baseball again this year. The league is open for boys and girls age 10-12. Ten-year-olds must turn turn 11 before May 1, 2020, and players who turn 13 before May 1, 2019, are ineligible. This is for individuals only, no matter where you live. To register or for more information, call Jeff Hohman at (419) 448-7321. Deadline is July 27 to register and the fee is $60 to play. Multiple players from same household will get a discount.

n The Seneca East Summer Baseball Club will work on a project at Myers Park in Attica to remove and replace the outfield fence in early August. To make a donation, contact Tim Bowerman at (419) 271-3274 or tbowerman68@gmail.com. All donors will be recognized, and those who give at least $500 will bet a 36-inch x 72-inch banner to hang on the new fence.

VICTORY DAY: Tiffin University will hold its second annual Victory Day 10 a.m.-noon Aug. 17 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium. The free event provides 30 cognitively- and physically-impaired children the opportunity to play football or cheer. Each child will partner with a TU football player or cheerleader who will serve as their mentor for the day. Participants will wear a TU game jersey and participate in several game-day activities. Each child will receive a commemorative medal after the game. To register, email Joe Horn a child’s name, shirt size and birthday at hornjn@tiffin.edu.

SOCCER: Tiffin Soccer Club will hold training sessions for players age 11-14 later this year. Tentative plans call for two training sessions per week, with the first on either Monday or Tuesday and the second on Thursdays, running 5:30-6:30 or 7 p.m., beginning in August and ending in late October. The sessions occur on Hidden Valley Soccer Complex at Hedges-Boyer Park. Games are also anticipated against teams in the East Suburban Soccer League. Cost is $75 per player. To register, go to www.tiffinsoccer.org by Aug. 9.

COLUMBIAN: Columbian will hold a parent and player meeting July 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the Tiffin Middle School Cafetorium for students interested in playing golf. For more information, contact coach Tony Vasko tony_vasko@tiffincityschool.org or (567) 230-2603

HARNESS RACING: The Attica Fair will host harness racing Aug. 7 and 8. Post time is 1 p.m. each day, with several races each day.