RESULTS POLICY: Coaches turning in results for any sport are reminded to use full names for all athletes. Handwriting must be legible. Photos of scorebooks must be in focus and well lit. Records should be included. Results for high school and college events must be turned in that day by 9:30 p.m. All other events must be turned in by 8 p.m. Turn in results via E-mail at email@example.com, fax at (419) 447-3274, telephone at (419) 448-3250 or in the drop box by the paper’s front door at 320 Nelson St. Results must be turned in the day of the event. Depending on time constraints, games and events turned in which do not include full names or are turned in late may not have recaps written about them. Results which are unreadable will not be included in the paper.
FOUNDATION GAME: Fostoria will host Upper Sandusky this Friday in a scrimmage as part of an OHSAA Foundation Game. The scrimmage begins at 7 p.m. at Memorial Stadium. Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for students and seniors. No passes will be accepted. All proceeds, including the Redmen Club 50/50 raffle, will be donated to the Fostoria Elementary Playground Project.
GOLF: Five team spots remain for the Prostate Cancer Awareness 11th annual scramble at Clinton Heights on Sept. 8. Registration is at 7:30 a.m. The shotgun start begins at 8 a.m. Hole sponsors are available for $25. To donate or provide door prizes, call or text Laura at (419) 689-1665.
n The Teresa Kessler Memorial Big Cup scramble to benefit Teresa Kessler Scholarship will be held Sept. 8 at the Fostoria Country Club, beginning at 9 a.m. Ten team spots remain. Cost is $200, which includes golf, carts, skins, lunch and prizes. Contact Bob at (419) 934-0227 or Darrell at (419) 310-0553 for registration or if you can donate a door prize or be a first tee, green or regular tee sponsor.
n The seventh annual Outing for Tiffin-Seneca United Way occurs Sept. 14 at Seneca Hills. Shotgun start is at 8:30 a.m. with registration open at 7:30 a.m. Cost per team of four is $200 and will include 18 holes of golf with two carts per team, lunch for four (brats and burgers) and two drink tickets per person. There will be a lot of door prizes, skins, 50/50, mulligans and hole contests. To pre-register for a team, become a major sponsor, which includes a team, or a hole sponsor, contact the United Way office at (419) 448-0355 or go to the website at www.tiffin-seneca-unitedway.org and click on events button.
n Steve Rau is leading the second five weeks of the Old Fort Ex-Hi Over 50 League with 24 points, while JR. Coffman has 23 points. Prize holes went to Coffman (longest putt No. 12), Ron Burns (closest second shot No. 14) and Rick Sanford (closest to pin No. 16).
n The team of Gary Ehrenfried and Jerry Schlick lead the Thursday Night K of C League at Clinton Heights. Prize holes went to Dave Gase (long putt No. 2), Rusty Latona (closest to pin No. 5), and Gary Hohman (closest to pin No. 7 and No. 9). The team of Aaron Gooding and Ken Gooding won a skin.
n Herb Love, Steve Schafer, Frank Michniak and Jim Heyman shot even par to win Monday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Schafer (long putt No. 10) and Dale Wisebaker (closest to pin No. 16). Dave Combs, Gary Hohman and Love all tied for the low gross with a 37.
n The Seneca Hills Golf Club Championship for members only is Aug. 25. The deadline is Aug. 23 at 4 p.m. Call professional shop at (419) 447-9446 to register. Trophies, drink tickets and food to follow.
n In the Baumann Monday Night Ladies Scramble League at Clinton Heights, Bria Gibson and Tori Lee won, while Linda Pharis and Debbie Gerschultz were second, and Barb Kuhn and Carla Siebenaller were third. Angela Borer had the long drive on No. 6. Juli Weininger and Jani Yanni had the low net and Kuhn and Siebenaller had the low putts.
SOFTBALL: The second annual End of Summer Big Ball Tournament at Port Clinton’s Waterworks Park is a day tournament Aug. 24. Call Mike Williamson for details at (419) 603-7687.
MILITARY APPRECIATION: There will a Military Appreciation Night Sept. 13 at the Seneca East-Willard football game. Game begins at 7 p.m. At Willard and veterans from both communities are invited to attend. They will be hosting a dessert and ice cream social in the cafeteria for veterans and their guests prior to the game at 5:15 p.m. where they will be honoring all veterans and giving special recognition to military wives and mothers. Any veterans that would like to attend, should RSVP by calling (419) 964-6439. In addition, there will be a tailgate beginning at 5 p.m. For all community members, with proceeds going towards Honor Flight. All veterans will be included in pregame ceremonies on the field at 6:30 p.m.
JV GIRLS GOLF: Bellevue shot a 211 Monday at Sleepy Hollow against Columbian, who had just two players. Breanna Brock (82) and Lucy Smothers (88) were the two for TC. For Bellevue, Danielle Consolo and Nada Strause both shot a 51, while Alison Michaels added a 54 and Jillian Sumser ended with a 55.
JV BOYS GOLF: Bellevue took down Columbian 208-223 at Sleepy Hollow. Corbin Snyder led the Redmen with a 49, while Easton Hicks, Gavin Brugnone and Sam Hosang all shot a 53. Hayden Carter carded a 53 for TC. It also got a 54 from Brock Rudolph, a 58 from Blaise Wagner and a 60 by Mason Garcia.
JV TENNIS: Columbian got singles wins from Jaidyn Borer, Grace Rinnert, Caitlyn Harple and Kelsey Waltermeyer against Fremont Ross. Doubles wins came from Madison Wise and Whitney Johnston and Lydia Ridner and Mackenzie Davis.
JV VOLLEYBALL: Columbian beat Fremont Ross 26-24, 15-25, 25-20. Rylee Smith dished 16 assists for TC, while Jenna Bonnell had four blocks and Cadence Feasel finished with five digs.
FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Fremont Ross topped Columbian 25-10, 22-25, 25-6. Emma Simmonds, Kennedy Riley and Brooklyn Raneri all smashed three kills for the Tornadoes.