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COACH OPENINGS: New Riegel Schools seeks a head varsity volleyball coach and junior high track coaches. Interested candidates should contact Athletic Director Jamie Lininger via email at jlininger@newriegelschools.org or by calling (419) 595-2256 ext. 198.

MILITARY APPRECIATION: Friday is Military Appreciation Night across Ohio and Hopewell-Loudon will participate by with free admission to the boys varsity basketball game against Sandusky St. Mary for all former and active military and all current first responders. Bring proof of service.

n Old Fort will participate in Military Night in its game Friday against New Riegel. All past and present military personnel will be honored. Also at the game, Allison Adelsperger will be inducted into the Old Fort Hall of Fame.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Carey rallied in the second half to power past Colonel Crawford 41-31 Tuesday in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division play. Colonel Crawford (11-3, 7-3 N10) entered halftime up 32-26, but the Blue Devils used a 28-13 surge in the second half to get the win. Bailey Tanner led Carey (7-5, 5-5) with 10 points, Sadie Arend had nine points and three assists, Alaina Tiell scored eight points, Avarie Stewart grabbed 10 rebounds and Ellison Roark snared four steals. Kaylyn Risner and Allison Teglovic both scored nine points for the Eagles.

GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Carey beat Colonel Crawford 37-28 Tuesday.

JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL: Hopewell-Loudon’s seventh grade got nine points from Braylon Martinez and eight from Major Strahm while holding off Danbury, 32-23.

n Blake Berrier’s 17 points paced Hopewell-Loudon’s eighth grade team in a 48-25 win over Danbury. Also for the Chieftains, Caine McDonald had 10 points and Donovan Elmore had nine.

JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL: Danbury’s seventh grade upended Hopewell-Loudon 27-21. For the Chieftains, Olivia Bishop had 13 points and Addison Siebenaller added four.

n Danbury’s eighth grade topped Hopewell-Loudon 34-16. Isabelle Beidelschies scored seven points for the Chieftains, while Jillian Levengood chipped in six.

TIFFIN UNIVERSITY: The Tiffin University Athletic Department will be hosting its first Kids Sport Day from 8- 2 p.m. Monday in the Heminger Center on Tiffin University’s campus. Children in kindergarten through Grade 5 will get the opportunity to interact with coaches and student athletes from all of our 26 teams. Students will get to learn different aspects of various sports, along with teamwork and fair play. Registration is $30 per child (until Friday) and will include lunch, a t-shirt and admission to a home basketball game or track and field event. Registration after Friday will be $40 per child. For online registration, go to https://www.gotiffindragons.com/information/Kids_Day

GIRLS VARSITY BOWLING: Danielle Rosenbauer bowled a 298 series, and Ainsley Sherman came within a pin of matching that score, but it wasn’t enough for Columbian against Sandusky, which beat the Tornadoes, 2,101-1,872 Tuesday. Meanwhile, Columbian’s Jenna Bonnell delivered a 258 series, while Emily Sikora had a 240 series for the Tornadoes.

BOYS VARSITY BOWLING: Three Columbian bowlers had series scores in the 300s, but Sandusky’s Itia Yancey’s 538 series overwhelmed everyone, and led Sandusky to a 3,019-2,419 win over the Tornadoes Tuesday. Tommy Peer bowled a 378 series for TC, while Zavier Sherman had a 330 and Michael Ross had a 310. Owen Thomsic (238) also competed for Columbian.

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