GOLF: Frank Michniak and Ron Burkett lead Howard Elchert and Jim Banks 15-14 1/2 in the AMVETS League. Prize holes went to Elchert (closest to pin No. 2), Brian Miccichi (closest in three No. 5) and Ralph Kiser (long putt No. 9).

n Don Kin, Dick Hull, Craig Neifer and Loud Strain shot 6 under to win the Senior League at Clinton Heights. Carl Rainey, Dave Gaze, Casey Breighner and Steve Schreiber took second at 4 under. Prize holes went to Denny Harper (closest in one), Kin (closest in two), Charley Reinhold (closest in three) and Hull (long putt).

JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL: Tiffin beat Galion 11-0 to improve to 10-0. Cole Routzahn and Bryce Roggow both singled twice to lead Tiffin’s 10-hit attack. Gavin McLane doubled in two runs, and Dylan Reinhart, Jake Gelinas, Tyler Goff and Wyatt Mentzer each singled. Roggow fanned nine over five innings and allowed just one hit to earn the win.

BASEBALL: Uitto Baseball seeks players for its team, which plays in the Tiffin Men’s League. For more information, email Dave Uitto at uittod@tiffin.edu.

n The Tiffin Area Babe Ruth League still has openings in the 13-16 year old Junior Division for players that did not make the primary draft. Players must not turn 17 before May 1. For more information, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or Scott McDole at (419) 618-1972 after 6 p.m.

YOUTH BASKETBALL: The fifth annual Hopewell-Loudon basketball camp is May 29-31 at the high school in both gyms. The camps is for boys grades 1-7, running 8:30-11:30 a.m. Cost is $30 for grades 1-7. Registration forms are available at school, via coaches or on the school basketball website. Return the registration and payment by Monday if possible to guarantee camp orders (T-shirt/etc.) are on time. Late registrations will be accepted on site, but camp gifts may be late or unavailable. Coach Roger Jury and members of the Chieftain basketball staff will conduct the camp. Present players and alumni may be available to assist. Athletes in upper grades will spend a portion of the camp practicing team concepts and fundamentals for summer league, possible shoot-outs, team camps, etc.

n The Next Level Basketball 419 Skills Camp is July 9-11 at 9-11 a.m. The camp is for boys and girls in grades 4-12 and occurs at Buckeye Central High School. Special guest speakers will be Aaron Craft and Dallas Lauderdale. Visit www.nextlevelbasketball419.com/ for more information.