MILITARY APPRECIATION: Today is Military Appreciation Night across Ohio and Hopewell-Loudon will participate with free admission to the boys varsity basketball game against Sandusky St. Mary for all former and active military and all current first responders. Bring proof of service.

n Old Fort will participate in Military Night in its game tonight against New Riegel. All past and present military personnel will be honored. Also at the game, Allison Adelsperger will be inducted into the Old Fort Hall of Fame.

TIFFIN UNIVERSITY: The Tiffin University Athletic Department will host its first Kids Sport Day 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday in the Heminger Center on Tiffin University’s campus. Children in kindergarten through Grade 5 will get the opportunity to interact with coaches and student athletes from all of our 26 teams. Students will get to learn different aspects of various sports, along with teamwork and fair play. Registration is $30 per child (until Friday) and will include lunch, a T-shirt and admission to a home basketball game or track and field event. Registration after Friday will be $40 per child. For online registration, go to https://www.gotiffindragons.com/information/Kids_Day

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Sidney Hohman popped in 22 points Thursday to help Clyde upend Old Fort 43-40. Emily Hammer backed Hohman with six points for the Fliers and Kristen Harrah tossed in five.

BOYS JV BASKETBALL: Mohawk topped McComb 55-32 as Collin Barth poured in 15 points for the Warriors Wednesday.

GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Columbian beat Hopewell-Loudon 31-20. Lexi Smith scored 13 points for Columbian. Allie Milligan led H-L with seven points.

BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL: Mohawk had five players in double figures Wednesday at McComb in an 81-45 win. The Warriors (8-6) led 10-10 after the first quarter and then upped their lead to 40-17 at the half. Brock Brause led Mohawk with 15 points, while Austin Tusing added 12 and Tyler Hayman, AJ Hess and Bryce Lange all had 11. Trey Combs finished with eight points. Hess pulled down eight rebounds. The Warriors caused 27 McComb turnovers as well.

BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Tiffin’s eighth grade routed Norwalk 96-22. Brady Gooding led TMS with 21 points, while Isaac Garcia added 19.

n Tiffin’s seventh grade beat Norwalk 33-27. Zach Shawberry had 13 points and Leo Diamantopolous added 10 for TMS.

n Mohawk’s seventh grade topped Seneca East 51-13. For Mohawk, Hunter Haynes had 13 points, Brayden Cleveland added eight points and Kahne Hayman and Connor Flood each added six points. Taylor Young had nine of the 13 points for the Tigers.

n Seneca East’s eighth grade downed Mohawk 29-16 as Lucas Hicks registered eight points and Caden Bumb had six for the Tigers. For the Warriors, Gavin Barth popped in nine points.

n Connor Ernsberger scored 10 points and Quinn Barr netted nine to key Old Fort’s 51-26 eighth grade win against Fremont St. Joe.

n Brock Miller tossed in 11 points to lead Old Fort’s seventh grade past Fremont St. Joe 19-16.

GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Fostoria’s eighth grade topped Rossford 27-22.

n Fostoria’s seventh grade beat Rossford 25-10 as Makenna Clouse had eight points for the Redmen. Jatasia Jones and Monteya DeLaRosa each added five points.

n Seneca East’s eighth grade beat Mohawk 37-14. Caroline Kagy recorded 15 points for the Tigers, while Leah Drown added 12 and Olivia Stockmaster ended with six.

n Old Fort’s eighth grade beat Fremont St. Joe 29-15, getting nine points from Macie Miller and four each from Trinity Quaintance and Addison Gillmor.