COLUMBIAN: Columbian baseball will hold its annual parent/player meeting Jan. 16 at 6 p.m. In the Columbian cafeteria. Upcoming events, information and other details will be discussed. The meeting is mandatory for parents of players trying out for the upcoming baseball season If there are any questions, contact coach Curt Mellott at

PREP BOWLING: Columbian’s girls held on long enough in the baker games to upend Clyde 2,012-2,008. The Tornadoes led 1,396-1,366 after the individual portion of the contest. Hannah Chance led TC with a 324 series, Ariel Hollins had a 285, Ainsley Sherman rolled a 278, Emily Sikora had a 262 and Emily Fretz added a 247. Clyde’s Mackenzie Begky led everyone with a 390 series, followed by Waverly Perry’s 284, Halle Elder’s 262, Alyssa Spencer’s 220 and Sam Adams’ 210.

n Clyde had the top individual, but Columbian’s boys held on to claim a 2,757-2,746 win. Jeremiah Butts rolled a 443 for Clyde. Teammate Reis Ulman added a 381 and Zach Wunheimer and Bryce Fought each had a 338, while Caleb Biller rolled a 142 game and Wyatt Craig added a 160 game. Columbian got a 434 from Spencer George, 406 from Keygan Yonts, 399 from Tommy Peer and 372 from Owen Thomsic, with Davyd McCray adding a 147 game and Michael Ross rolling a 180 game.

BOWLING: Robin Brownell rolled a 171 for the high game and a 346 for the high series for the women in the Allen Eiry League. Steve Steinmetz Sr. took the men’s honors with a 195 game and a 346 series.

n Mike Kimmet rolled a 617 series in the 55 Plus League at K of C Lanes. Jim Ruess had a 571, Harry Smith tallied a 569 and Dave Everhart had a 513.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Liberty-Benton thumped Hopewell-Loudon 52-27 in Blanchard Valley Conference play. Savannah Richards led L-B with 22 points and eight steals, and Sammy Shardo tallied 13 points. Olivia Zender’s nine points topped H-L, while MaKayla Elmore had eight boards but only four points. Elmore has been averaging just over 22 points per game this year.

BOYS JV BASKETBALL: Seneca East edged Wynford 46-44. Andrew Kalb scored 16 points for the Tigers, Jake Forehand added 11 and Turner Bridgford had eight.

GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Fostoria beat Rossford 59-33.

BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: Liberty-Benton beat Hopewell-Loudon 49-22. Ashton Bour scored eight points for H-L and Tyler Fedele had seven.

BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Bucyrus beat Seneca East’s seventh grade 40-21. Caden Bumb scored eight points for Seneca East.

n Isaac Mason scored 19 points and Cody Heibertshausen and Kadin Snay each added 10 to fuel Seneca East’s eighth grade 50-23 win against Bucyrus.

n Tiffin’s seventh grade upended Sandusky 50-38, getting 16 points from Bryce Roggow and 11 from Brayden Roggow.

n Logan Beaston poured in 26 points to spark Tiffin’s 43-38 eighth grade win against Sandusky. Carter Groves added 10 points for the Tornadoes.

n Carey’s seventh grade beat Mohawk 28-11. Travis Geary’s five points topped Mohawk, Nick Golling had four and Cody Coppus added two.

n A.J. Hess tossed in 20 points to lead Mohawk’s eighth grade past Carey 44-32. Zaiden Fry backed him with nine points, Kyle Stillberger scored eight, Bryce Hannam had five and Owen Chevalier had two.

n Calvert’s seventh grade beat Gibsonburg 30-18. Lucas Recker led the winners with nine points, Harry Shultz scored seven and Taleb Al-Zakwani chipped in six.

n Gibsonburg’s eighth grade beat Calvert 45-28. Nick Palm’s 13 points led Calvert, and Lee Morgan and Mason Johnson added seven each.

n Konnor Ernsberger scored 11 points and Blake Bender added eight to lead Old Fort’s seventh grade past Sandusky St. Mary 48-20.

n Sandusky St. Mary’s eighth grade edged Old Fort 33-31. Isaac Snyder scored 14 points for Old Fort and Johan Galindo had nine.

GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Old Fort’s seventh grade beat Sandusky St. Mary 58-35. Addyson Gillmor had 18 points for the Stockaders and Macie Miller added 12.

n Old Fort’s eighth grade beat Sandusky St. Mary 46-23. Kennedy Guth had 15 points for Old Fort, Brooke Withrow netted 13 and Cameran Cleveland tallied 10.

n Olivia Schalk tallied 12 points and six rebounds to lead New Riegel’s seventh grade past Fremont St. Joe 20-8. Katie Dryfuse added six points for the Blue Jackets and Alayna Schalk had two.

n New Riegel’s eighth grade held off Fremont St. Joe 27-23. Ella Wank’s 16 points keyed the winners, and Mileah Jones had four.

n Sandusky’s seventh grade beat Tiffin 22-13. Lexi Quickle scored eight points for Tiffin, Brooke Johnson had three and Makenna Mattox added two.

n Tiffin’s eighth grade doubled up Sandusky 26-13. Lexi Smith topped the winners with eight points, Mackenzie Davis scored seven, Olivia Harvey had six and Lydia Ridner added three.

YOUTH SOCCER: Upper Sandusky Youth Soccer will begin accepting registration forms soon for players born between 2004-14. Forms can be turned in 10 a.m.-noon Jan. 19 at Beca House, 6-8 p.m. Jan. 23 at 9 Flags Pizza, and 10 a.m.-noon Jan. 26 at Beca House. Forms can also be mailed by Feb. 1 to USYS, P.O. Box 184, Upper Sandusky, Ohio 43351. Two forms are due for all divisions: USYS registration and Lindsay’s Law. An additional form of BSSL Consent is also due for division U10, U12 and U15. For more information, visit