BOYS JV BASKETBALL: Mohawk beat Seneca East 58-50, getting 24 points from Trey Combs and 12 from Tyler Hayman. Andrew Kalb scored 12 points for Seneca East, Matt Short had nine, Elijah Riggs tossed in eight and Jake Forehand tallied seven.

n Elliot Auxter scored 18 points and Tyler Webb added 16 for Port Clinton in a 62-59 win over Columbian in double overtime. Jaden Myers tossed in 19 to pace the Tornadoes. Zack Arend added 11, Seth Bellville had nine and Caden Groves eight.

n Clyde beat Genoa 57-39.

n Old Fort routed Danbury 53-14 as Jonah Englehart had 11 points for OF.

BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL: Clyde topped Genoa 53-29.

GIRLS JV BASKETBALL: Upper Sandusky beat Mohawk 21-12 in a two-quarter contest.

n Danbury beat New Riegel 16-12. Kylie Stallard scored four points for New Riegel.

n Mia Ingalls scored 12 points and Tatiana Dines and Toria Ingalls both netted nine to key Columbian’s 47-16 win against Mansfield.

n Old Fort beat Calvert 29-20. Jillian Stover led OF with eight points, while Chloe Wilkinson added six points and six rebounds and Jaislynn Woodall ended with six points.

BOYS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL: Old Fort’s eighth grade slipped past Lakota 30-29 to claim the Sandusky Bay Conference River Division Tournament title. Isaac Snyder scored 15 points for the Stockaders and Adam Magers netted seven.

n Tiffin won the seventh grade Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division Tournament championship Saturday lead by Bryce Roggow’s 13 points, Brady Gooding’s 11, Jack Koerper’s eight and Damian Brockington’s seven. Other team members include Brayden Roggow, Buzz Arend, Keishon Seitz, Matt Peter, Wyatt Heck, Blayz Gannon, Cole Huffman, Alec Burns, Alex Bupp, Quinton Tucker, and Gavin McLane. The Tornadoes finished the season undefeated.

n Upper Sandusky’s eighth grade held off Mohawk 49-46 for the Northern 10 Athletic Tournament championship. Bryce Hannam paced the runner-up Warriors with 14 points, Zaiden Fry netted 13, A.J. Hess had nine, Kyle Stillberger scored eight and Owen Chevalier had one.

n Calvert’s seventh beat Old Fort 25-22 in overtime to capture the Sandusky Bay Conference River Division Tournament crown. Daniel Steyer scored eight points for Old Fort and Isaiah Perez had seven.