BOWLING: Heritage Lanes' Youth Leagues will begin September 22nd. Teams and individual bowlers are needed. The Juniors League will be children up to the eighth grade with four kids per team. They will meet on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. each week and the cost is $6 per bowler. Majors League will be for grades 9-12 with about three players per team. The cost is also $6 per bowler and players will meet Saturdays at 10 a.m. With questions or to sign up, please call Heritage Lanes at (419) 447-8854, or visit the website at www.heritagefamilycenter.com.
GOLF:The Dick Edmond ADA Open, sponsored by Carmies Grill & Bar, will take place Sept. 22nd at Seneca Hills Golf Club. Registration is $200 for a four-person team, which includes a golf cart and steak dinner. Proceeds are to benefit the American Diabetes Association. To register for the 8:30 a.m. shotgun start, please contact Todd Edmond at (419) 448-4364 or visit www.dickedmondmemorial.com.
n Andy Halcomb is in first with 152 points in the DTS Par Tee League with three weeks left in the second half. Halcomb and Andy Beebe fired the low round with 39, while Beebe and Dan Mathias were the winners in the skins game. Halcomb had the proximity shot on No. 2 and the pin shot on No. 8, while Beebe had the long drive on No. 6 and the long putt on No. 7. Jason Galitza had the pin shot on No. 5 and the long putt on No. 9.
JV VOLLEYBALL: Calvert beat McComb, 25-7 25-16. Madalyn Conteras led the Senecas with six aces and two digs. Paul paced Calvert with 6 kills.
n Carey won, 25-9, 25-4, over Vanlue.
n Mohawk got five kills and six aces, while Ali Konkle had four kills in a 25-10, 25-3 win over Woodmore. McKensie Sowers had four aces, while Stacey Clouse had eight assists.
n St. Wendelin defeated Arcadia, 26-24, 25-21.
JV GOLF: St. Wendelin, Old Fort and Hopewell-Loudon's Junior Varsity teams competed at Loudon Meadows on Monday. Leading St. Wendelin was Cameron Hunter with 60 points. Austin Castro and Jon Lotycz led Old Fort with 63, and Hopewell was led by Tyler McConaha with 66 points.
JUNIOR HIGH CROSS COUNTRY: Hopewell-Loudon's girls won the Colonel Crawford Early Bird Invite behind three top ten finishes from Keely Hoover (14:05) in first, Amanda Lane (14:31) in sixth and Hunter Strahm in 10th at 15:14.
n The Hopewell-Loudon's boys finished third at Colonel Crawford. Drew Kurtz placed fourth at 12:29, Tyler Reinhart-Anez was sixth at 12:41, Justin Coleman came in at 14:01 for 24th,
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: On Thursday, Calvert defeated Hopewell-Loudon, 18-6. Peyton Deats threw a touchdown pass to Connor Myers for Calvert. Deats also scored on an interception. Corbin Kantner and Alex Keller also had interceptions. Kantner also had a punt return for a touchdown. Fred Fabrizio and D.J. Bickley each contributedsacks.
JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL: New Riegel's seventh grade defeated Seneca East, 25-22, 23-25, 25-20. New Riegel's eighth team fell to Seneca East, 14-25; 6-25. Emily Hohman had 12 digs for New Riegel.
PREP SOCCER: Upper Sandusky's boys edged Kenton, 2-1, on Saturday. Taylor Emerick scored both goals for the Rams, while Shin Nagahama had a pair of assists, breaking the school's assist record. The Rams improved to 3-0.
JV SOCCER: Kenton topped Upper Sandusky's boys, 3-2.