GIRLS BASKETBALL: Former Tiffin University point guard and assistant coach Kylene Biggs, who later was the head coach at Lawrence Tech University in Michigan, will hold a player development camp from 10:30 a.m.-noon Wednesday at Fostoria High. The clinic is for players in sixth through 12th grade and costs $40 per player. The clinic will cover individual development on both ends of the floor, a 20-minute talk on what college coaches look for, and answers to any questions. Players can expect high-level instruction, a focus on individual skill development and a positive and competitive environment. Make checks payable to Kylene Biggs, or use Apple Pay or cash.
GOLF: Going into the last week of the first half of the Amvets league at Seneca Hills, Jim and Brian Miccichi lead Howard Elchert and Jim Banks 73 points to 70 1/2. These teams are playing each other next week. Brian Miccichi was the closest to the pin in two on No. 1. while John Ferstler had the long putt on No. 9. Bob Grothaus closest to pin in three on No. 5. The league will be having pizza after golf next week in the club house.
n In the Senior League at Clinton Heights, the team of Ray Nutter, Keith Breighner, Mike Merts and Bob Shultz were seven under. At six under was the team of Mike Hampp, Fred Smith, Steve Scheiber and Jon Eakin.
n Doug Tanner shot a 38 for low gross and Austin Frankart had low net with 31 in the Tuesday Night PJ Brickhouse League at Loudon Meadows. Prize winners were Ray Creeger (long putt No. 14), Aaron Kapelka (closest to the pin in two, No. 12) ,and Chuck Shellhammer (shortest drive, No. 10).
SOCCER: The Sycamore Soccer League is accepting registrations through July 15th. Area players who are 5-years-old by August 1 through eighth grade are welcome to join the recreational league. Community league games are played Saturday mornings at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Sycamore during September and October with practices beginning in August. For more information, email email@example.com or call Matt Johnson at (419) 618-8378. Forms are also available at Fillmore Pharmacy and Mohawk Community Library or on Facebook at “Sycamore Soccer League.”