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HALL OF FAME: The Wyandot Sports Hall of Fame will induct five individuals and one team at the 10th annual dinner and induction ceremony April 18 at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds Masters’ Building. The inductees include Jerry Snodgrass, Jake Moyer, Thomas Greer, Tim Steinhilber, Matt Dodds and Harvey Teal, along with the 1964-65 Riverdale boys basketball team. Snodgrass, a 1973 Upper Sandusky High graduate, is the Ohio High School Athletic Association executive director. Before that he served as the OHSAA’s lead liaison to athletic administrators. His 31-year career in education included time as a teacher, coach and administrator. Moyer graduated from Mohawk High in 1967, where he was a long-time teacher and coach in track and football and served as athletic director. He later became football coach at Upper Sandusky and served as assistant coach at Tiffin University and Heidelberg University. He participated in football, basketball, wrestling and track at Mohawk and lettered three times in football at Heidelberg. Greer was an All-Ohio baseball pitcher and standout quarterback for Carey before graduating in 1959 and going on to have a hall-of-fame football career at Ohio Northern University. He coached high school football for more than 30 years at several schools and was elected to the Ohio Football Coaches Hall of Fame in 2000. Steinhilber earned 10 varsity letters Wynford High and earned first-team All-Ohio honors in basketball before graduating in 1975. He led the baseball team to the North Central Conference title as a senior. He also lettered three times in basketball at Ohio Northern University. Dodds, a 1987 Riverdale High graduate, was a three-sport standout for the Falcons who earned 10 letters and five North Central Conference awards. He holds OHSAA records in baseball and school records in basketball, and earned a Division I baseball scholarship to the University of Toledo. Teal graduated from Sycamore School in 1896 and was a professional baseball pitcher at the minor league level, finishing with a 78-49 record. After baseball, he became an educator in Wyandot County, other locations in Ohio and Pennsylvania, where he set educational standards still in place today. He died in 1974. The 1964-65 Riverdale boys basketball team set school records for wins in a season by going 22-3 and winning percentage (.880) and set a school record with 114 points in a single game. The team reached the regional finals before falling 61-58 to Minster. Tickets for the dinner and induction ceremony cost $20 and can be purchased at First Federal Bank in Carey, Koehler Drug Co. in Upper Sandusky or from any WSHOF committee member.

COACH NEEDED: Bellevue High School seeks a boys varsity head tennis coach. Interested candidates should contact Athletic Director Brian Schubert at Brian.Schubert@bellevueschools.org. The tennis season begins March 9. Direct questions to Schubert at (419) 484-5078 or at Brian.Schubert@bellevueschools.org.

n Fremont St. Joe High School seeks a head varsity volleyball coach. Send a resume and references to Athletic Administrator Gary Geller at ggeller@bishop-hoffman.net. Applications are due Feb. 21.

BASEBALL: The Seneca East Baseball Club will have its 2020 mandatory registration meeting for children who would like to play on a T-Ball (ages 4-5) or Town League (ages 5-8) team. This will be held in the Seneca East cafeteria Feb. 13 at 6 p.m. Forms will be sent home from school with children and also will be available in the elementary office. Bring the registration form and payment to the meeting. For more information, contact Tim Bowerman at (419) 271-3274 or tbowerman68@gmail.com.

SOFTBALL: The first organizational meeting for all coaches of the Sen-San-Wyan girls softball league is March 4 at 7 p.m. at the Upper Room at St. Joseph Activity Center on Melmore Street in Tiffin. This instructional league is open to all girls in the surrounding areas. No girl will be denied participation on their home team. This league is for any interested girls who has completed kindergarten through eighth grade. Any new team that would like to join must send a representative to the meeting. For more information, email Randi Eilrich at reilrich11@gmail.com. All 2020 forms are available at sensanwyansoftball.org.

BOYS JV BASKETBALL: Sandusky beat Clyde 65-48.

n Landen Barr tossed in 18 while Alex Priddy and Shane Webb were each adding six as Old Fort downed Gibsonburg 40-28. Justin Adams had 11 points and Drew Morelock eight for the Golden Bears.

n Hopewell-Loudon beat New Riegel 49-24.

n Calvert defeated Lakota 50-37. Quin Ronski led the Senecas with 18 points and Jackson Seislove chipped in 16.

n Columbian topped Lake 67-36 as Jaden Myers poured in 21 points and Devin Spencer added 10.

GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Margaretta beat Seneca East 33-22.

BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: Clyde beat Sandusky 62-35.

n Calvert defeated Lakota 36-31. Lee Morgan led the Senecas with 14 points, Nick Palm scored nine and Colin McCarty netted six.

n Columbian downed Lake 25-19. Zack Siebenaller had 10 points for TC.

BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Tiffin’s eighth grade rolled past Clyde 66-27 to advance to Saturday’s Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division Tournament championship game. Brayden Roggow tossed in 20 points for the unbeaten Tornadoes (16-0), Bryce Roggow netted 17 and Brady Gooding scored 11.

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