COACHING HONOR: Carey will honor the coaching legacy of assistant Rick DeMoss between the junior varsity and varsity games Jan. 30 with New Riegel. DeMoss is a 1966 Old Fort graduate who coached 35 years at New Riegel and is an assistant at Carey.
SOCCER: Heidelberg University soccer will hold a training program for elementary and middle school-aged children in Seneca and Sandusky counties and surrounding areas. Coaches will teach soccer fundamentals for eight weeks Sunday afternoon/evenings, starting Jan 26. The program will be held at the Tiffin YMCA for girls and boys ages 4-14. For ages 4-6, 11-12 and 13-14 the cost is $30, while ages 7-8 and 9-10 is $45.
BOWLING: The high scores for this week in the 55 Plus League at K of C Lanes went to Mike Kimmet (574), Greg Elchert (549), Jim Ferstler (542), Bill Mizen (505), Paul Gosche (504) and Mike Kisabeth (492).
GIRLS BASKETBALL: Clyde battled past Huron 33-26 Thursday to improve to 9-8. Sidney Hohman led the victors with 18 points and Kristen Harrah chipped in nine. Huron (5-10) got eight points from Ava Winnnestaffer, seven from Madison Belden and six from Ella Lamb.
PREP SWIMMING: Columbian’s Maddie Johnston and Cole Eisenhower each figured in three wins Wednesday in a triangular with Calvert and Willard. Johnston took the girls 100 free (1:04.41) and swam on the winning 200 medley relay (2:13.71) and 200 free relay (2:00.57) teams. Kaitlyn Bates, Sierra Steinmetz and Mackenzie Hoffman joined her on the 200 medley relay, and Lillyan Jones, Jocelyn Hardina and Bates joined her on the 200 free relay. Hardina, Jones, Steinmetz and Annabelle Rinehart added a victory for the Tornadoes in the 400 free relay (4:58.79). Calvert got wins from Erin Wagner in the 200 free (2:25.86), Alana Kennedy in the 50 free (28.27) and Samantha Wagner in the 100 back (1:14.81). In the boys meet, Eisenhower claimed the 50 free (23.97) and 100 free (53.3) and anchored the winning 400 free relay (4:11.19). Josh Fanning, Myrick Hill, Luis Martinez filled out the relay team. Fanning also captured the 500 free (5:34.76). Calvert’s D.J. Sherck took second in the 100 back (1:31.18).
BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Tiffin’s eighth grade topped Vermilion 74-20. Bryce Roggow led TMS with 20 points, while Brayden Roggow added 15, Brady Gooding had 12, Jack Koerper dropped in 11, Isaac Garcia had nine and Nathan Arend finished with seven.
n Brayden Cleveland scored 14 points to lead Mohawk’s seventh grade past Ridgedale 51-15. Kaleb Bish backed him with eight points, Marty Justen and Ben Bogner both had six, Hunter Haynes had five, Garrett Rinehart tallied four and Connor Flood, Brayden Bloom, Hunter Husk and Collin Smith each had two.
n Tiffin’s seventh grade beat Vermilion 46-28 as Jack Newlove and Zach Shawberry each dropped in 19 points for TMS.
GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Calvert’s eighth grade downed Gibsonburg 31-29. Alyssa Rishty recorded 11 points for Calvert, while Caroline Lanicek added eight.
BOYS JV BASKETBALL: Seneca East topped Buckeye Central 54-38. Cody Heibertshausen led Se with 12 points, while Alex King chipped in eight points and Keegan Shoup ended with seven points. Logan Niese led Buckeye Central with 17 points.
n Upper Sandusky beat Carey 47-41.
n Colonel Crawford topped Mohawk 37-20.
GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Allie Milligan and Abby Daniel both scored 11 points and Ashley Daniel had 10 in Hopewell-Loudon’s 44-31 win against Danbury.
n Old Fort beat Fremont St. Joe 33-23, getting 14 points and four steals from Emily Blankenship and 10 points and three steals from Jillian Stover.
n Ella Wank tossed in 15 points and Brieanna Norville added eight to key New Riegel’s 35-23 win against Sandusky St. Mary.