VARSITY BOYS BOWLING: After taking a fall in team action, Columbian was able to fight back in the baker games to top Eastwood 2,721-2,693 Tuesday. The Tornadoes dropped team play 1741-1704 before taking the baker games 1,017-952. Keygan Yonts led Columbian’s efforts with a 410 while Tommy Peer added a 373, followed by Cameron Koerper (351), Owen Thompsic (303) and Kade Rome 267.
VARSITY GIRLS BOWLING: Columbian beat Eastwood 1,245-1183 in team action but a 762-619 win in baker game was enough to give the Eagles a 1,945-1,864 overall win. Ainsley Sherman led the Tornadoes with a 271, while Ariel Hollins rolled a 269. Emily Fretz added a 260 followed by Hannah Chance (224) and Kailee Schank (221).
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL: Jacob Stuller scored a game-high eight points to lead Lakota’s seventh grade team to a 24-13 win over New Riegel. Mitchell Rosser and Collin Zender each added four points for the Raiders. The Blue Jackets were led by Shane Hohman (6) and Drew Hohman (4).
n Calvert’s seventh grade team beat Fremont St. Joe Wednesday 21-20. Lee Morgan led the Senecas with five points while Will Kurtz had four.
n Garrett Spaun scored 13 points to help Calvert’s eighth grade team rout St. Joe 49-9. Nolan Beeker tossed in eight points while Blake Ronski and Braeden Elchert added six.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL: New Riegel’s seventh grade team topped Lakota 20-14 Wednesday. Katelyn Arbogast led the Blue Jackets with six points, four rebounds and three steals. Lauren Gable added five points, Candance Bouillon had four points and five rebounds. Jordyn Dillon added four points and three steals.
n Aubrey Bouillon led New Riegel’s eighth grade team to a 24-4 win over Lakota. She also recorded four rebounds and four steals. Kylie Stallard had four points, two steals and a pair of assists while Sydney Hohman tossed in three points and four boards.
n Mackenzie Hoffman had eight points, Whitney Johnston had seven points and Maddison Rice added five as Tiffin’s eighth grade girls notched their first win of the season, beating Norwalk 20-19.
VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL: Old Fort is to host a Military Night Friday for the game against New Riegel. Any active or retired military personnel will receive free admission to the game.
BASEBALL CLUB: The Big Sticks Baseball Club is accepting registration for the 2018 Spring and Summer season. BSBC players are to have the opportunity to play in the Seneca County Little League system. All Tiffin City boys grades K-8 are eligible to participate and there are five league choices based on age and grade. The home site is to be in Bloomville at Beeghly Park and possibly TCHS. BSBC follows the principles and teachings of the Tiffin Columbian baseball program and promotes school based play in an educationally safe and competitive environment. Membership cards are due either Saturday Jan. 27 between 9 a.m.-noon at the TMS gym or Jan. 28 from 1-2 p.m. in the TMS gym. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or visit Big Sticks Baseball on Facebook or at the website http://bigsticksbaseball.weebly.com.