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 Larry Miller and Larry Elchert won the second five weeks with 58 points in the Baumann’s Old Fort Ex-Hi League. Steve Rau and Bill Lalone had 57 points. Prize holes went to Mark Theis (closest third shot No. 10), Ed Correll (longest putt No. 16) and Tom Puffenberger (closest to pin No. 18).
n Three teams tied for first at 6 under in the Retirees League at Clinton Heights. They were Skip Halcomb, Jack Snay, Bill Dunlap and Ron Troxell, Dave Purnell, Wade Burger, John Garpiel and Denny Harper and Ted Rombach, Bum Farr, Dave Welly and Chuck Wilbert. Prize holes went to Halcomb (closest in one No. 8 and long putt No. 2), Rombach (closest in two No. 4) and Harry Smith (closest in three No. 9).
n There are two teams tied for first with 74 points in the Carmies Monday Night League at Seneca Hills. The teams are Scott Ferguson and Rich Terry and Bo Scholts and Larry Young. Ferguson and Terry tied for the low gross, both shooting a 36.
n After three weeks in the second half of the Amvets League at Seneca Hills, Steve Schafer and Tim Mannas lead with 42 points. Second with 36 points is Brian Krauss and Herb Love. Prize winners were Brian Miccichi (closest to pin in three No. 5), Paul Fey (long putt No. 8) and Bob Grothaus (closest in one No. 2).
n The Bump’s Tuesday Traveling Group played at Clinton Heights as Bill Hall, Randy Company, John Armstrong and George Wolph won 15 under-par. The team of Rod Eckleberry, Mike Dunn, Bruce Hickle and Dave Osborn came in second at 13 under. Next week’s outing will be at Loudon Meadows. Tee-off is at 9:30 a.m. Players should be registered by 9 a.m.
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 email@example.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 firstname.lastname@example.org.