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Briefs

HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT: Tuesday will be the beginning of the horseshoe pitching contest at the Seneca County Fair. The first day is to be the Senior Citizen Horseshoe Pitching Contest beginning at 10:30 a.m. July 29 at 10 a.m. is to be the Singles Horseshoe Pitching Contest for class C and D. The Doubles Contest is to be on July 30 at 10 a.m.

GOLF: Gary Hohman, Monte Scott, Bob Barchus, Bill Kraut and Paul Hannay shot even par to win Monday’s Retiree League at Seneca Hills. Prizes went to Ray Krupp (long putt on No. 9), Ed Lutz (closest to pin on No. 6) and Scott (low gross of 37).

n Lakeland’s Senior League had a tie in both events, one team taking part of the win in both. The team of Dave Salucci, Ed Sterling, Tom Steinmetz and Mike Todd tied the team of Jim Wise, Ray Garcia, Ivan Crowe and Jack Fenton at 4 under to win the front nine scramble. The latter team also tied the team of Ron Minard, Butch Bricker, Rick Judy and Les Tesnow with a score of plus seven to win the back nine stableford.

n Mike Hitchcock leads the Napoli Pizza Golf League at Clinton Heights with nine points. Denny Reamer and Louie Brickner both have seven points and Greg Gase has 6 ½. Reamer had the low gross with a 39, while Dan Coltruglio shot a 31 for the low net. Prize winners included Tony Latona (closest to pin No. 5), Jim Hoffbauer (closest in two No. 4) and Brickner (long putt No. 1, long drive No. 9 and long putt No. 6).

n Linda Phares and Debbie Gerschutes lead the Baumann Women’s Monday night scramble league at Clinton Heights. Bria Gibson and Jill Griffin both shot a 38 for the low gross. Prize winners were Sandy Burns and Kelly Burns (long putt No. 6) and Phares and Gerschutes (closest to pin No. 8).

n Cody Burbaker and Ron Schramm battled to a tie with 184 points in the Phat Cakes Par Tee league at Clinton Heights. Andy Halcomb was third with 172 points. Tim Cessna had the low round with a 38. Schramm, Brubaker, Steve Bernard and Ken Ziebold were the winners in the skins games. Prize winners were Brubaker (long drive No. 18), Jared Consolo (long putt No. 17), Brian Perrine (long putt No. 10), Cessna (proximity shot No. 13), Bernard (pin shot No. 11) and Nick Consolo (best poker hand). The second half will start Thursday.

SPORTS MEETING: The Columbian/TMS OHSAA meeting is to be Aug. 3. The meeting is to start at 6 p.m. and is for all fall sport athletes.

TICKET INFORMATION: The Northern 10 Athletic Conference tickets for varsity contest for the 2017-18 school year will be $6 for adults and $5 for students (K-12). Junior varsity/middle school contests will be $4 for adults and $3 for students. Football reserved seats are currently available with order forms outside the Upper Sandusky High School office. Tickets can be ordered at any time and can be picked up at the Ram Rumble on Aug. 11. All-Sport Passes are to be available on Aug. 1 for the 2017-18 school year and will allow you to attend all USHS and middle school home contests. The Family Pass costs $385 and admits two adults and all students living in the same household. The Parent Pass will cost $250 and admits two adults living in the same household. Individual Passes admits one adult and costs $150. The Senior Citizen Pass admits one adult over 62 years old and the Student Pass admits one student. Both are available for $100.

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