GOLF: The Seneca Hills Retiree’s League’s new start time is 10 a.m. starting Monday with sign-in at 9:30 a.m.

n The team of Dick Rochester, Don Hammer, Tom Williams, Jim Heyman and Paul Fey tied the team of Rufus Tyree, Brian Krauss, Frank Michniak and Howard Elchert at 7 under to win Thursday’s Retirees League at Seneca Hills. Prize winners were Krauss (long putt No. 12) and Elchert (closest to pin No. 13).

n The Thursday Morning Senior League at the Front 9 was won by the team of Chuck Wilbert, Gary Kroeger, Jon Eakin and Dave Purnell at 5 under. Second place was Steve Scheiber, Jim Radcliff, George Wolpf and Rex Mellott. Prize winners went to Purnell (closest in one), Mellott (closest in two) and Kroeger (closest in three).

BOWLING: High scores for the week for the 55-plus League at K of C Lanes went to Bob Reinhart (559), Greg Elchert (500), Dave Everhart (494), Mike Kisabeth (458), Paul Gosche (435) and Jim Donaldson (425).

n Robin Brownell rolled the high game of 143 and the high series of 277 for the women while Dave Everhart had the high game of 179 and high series of 334 for the men in the Allen Eiry League. The league bowls Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m. at the K of C Lanes, with contests consisting of two games. All Allen Eiry members are welcome, but are not required to bowl every week.

VARSITY SOCCER: Lima Bath blanked Upper Sandusky 2-0 in girls soccer, getting first-half goals from Chandler Clark and Lexi Renner. Kyla Bailey stopped one shot for Wildkittens. Upper Sandusky’s Cortni Brown had 17 saves.

JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: Old Fort’s eighth grade beat Gibsonburg 25-11, 25-6, while the seventh grade also won, 20-25, 25-22, 25-22. Trinity Quaintence had three kills and three aces for the Stockaders, while Audra Miller added six assists and four aces, Gillian Eakin had three assists and four aces, Marissa Dunn added four kills and Addy Gillmor ended with a pair of kills and six aces.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade beat New Riegel 25-14, 21-25, 25-12. Olivia Schalk tallied eight digs and four blocks for the Blue Jackets. They also got three aces, three kills and three blocks from Katie Dryfuse and nine digs by Makenzy Shaferly.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade took down New Riegel 25-8, 25-17. Audrey Bumb led New Riegel with nine digs and a kill, while Ashlyn Bouillon added three aces, four digs, two assists and two kills and Kelsey Bodart finished with two aces and nine digs.

n Calvert topped Lakota 25-9, 25-5. for the Senecas, Allison Porter collected seven aces, four assists, seven kills and two digs, while Cecelia Palm added five aces, eight assists and three kills, Caroline Lanicek had four aces and a pair of kills, Morgan Elchert served a pair of aces, Camryn Shook slammed six kills, Allee Ritzler had three serves and three digs and Olivia Miller finished with five assists, two kills and two digs.

n Lakota’s seventh grade squeaked by Calvert 21-25, 25-21, 27-25. For Calvert, Allison Ott had eight aces, two assists and two digs, while Alyssa Rishty and Isabella Lucius each added five aces, Addison King tallied three aces and two kills, Shelby Michaels had three aces and a pair of digs and Kennedy Cleland finished with two aces and four digs.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade topped New Riegel 25-14, 21-25, 25-12 as Isabelle Beidelschies tallied four kills and seven digs for H-L. Iy also got three kills, three digs and three aces from Kendall Eilrich, 13 assists, four kills, five digs and three aces from Lydia Walters, 13 kills by Carley Coffman, three digs and a pair of aces from Kylee Malagon and three digs by Ava Kirian.

n Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade beat New Riegel 25-8, 25-12. For H-L, Sidney Brickner had 10 assists, Brynn Sendelbach added five aces and two kills, Raegan Miller had two aces and four digs, Olivia Bishop added two aces and six kills and Addison Siebenaller and Kenzie Gwyn each served an ace.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Calvert topped Lakota 25-10, 25-10 as Leah Renninger and Caitlyn Borer each smacked six kills for the Senecas. Maddie Schumacher added five kills and six digs, Kate Laney tacked on four aces and 11 assists and Samantha Wellman ended with seven digs.

n Old Fort beat Gibsonburg 25-14, 25-14. Jillian Stover (2 blocks) pounded 10 kills and four aces for Old Fort, Alyssa Hoerig (2 kills) had six assists and three aces, Faith Miller (2 aces) lined four kills and Jaislynn Woodall smacked three kills.

n Buckeye Central beat Ridgedale 25-7, 25-17.

n Seneca East beat Upper Sandusky 21-25, 25-23, 25-23 on the strength of Brooke Bordner’s 10 digs, five kills and three aces. Brandi Gahring (2 aces) added nine digs and four kills and Lexi Cheek came up with seven digs.

n Bellevue beat Columbian 20-25, 25-20, 25-21. Madison James lined seven kills for Columbian and Grace Chester belted six.

n Mohawk beat Wynford 25-13, 20-25, 25-9. Emma Golling had 15 digs for Mohawk, Kennedy Cleveland tallied nine assists, six digs and four kills and Ella Hoover had five kills and five digs.

n New Riegel downed Hopewell-Loudon 25-8, 25-18. For H-L, Grace Hoover dished four assists, while Allie Milligan had six assists, Paige Hoover smacked two kills and Abby Daniel ended with five digs.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Wynford beat Mohawk 25-19, 25-12. Olivia Wise served four aces for Mohawk.

JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: Columbian and Sandusky ended in a 24-24 tie Thursday. The Tornadoes started the game forcing a Sandusky safety. After falling behind 8-2, TC’s Taleb Al-Zakwani returned an interception 80 yards for a score and then Damien Brockington ran in the two-point conversion. TC trailed 189-0 heading into the fourth quarter. However, Brayden Roggow threw TD passes to Brady Gooding (4 yards), Bryce Roggow (3 yards) and Jack Koerper (24 yards).

CORRECTION: Columbian golfer Meredith Obringer did not advance to the district tournament, despite shooting a career-best 87 at the sectional tournament. She lost on the second playoff hole.