BASEBALL: The Northwest Ohio District 9 Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game is June 20 at Sports Force Park in Sandusky. Three games will be played simultaneously, beginning at 7 p.m. Teams have been divided by county. Game 1 will pit Crawford and Wyandot against Richland. Game 2 has Erie and Ottawa taking on Huron and Ashland. Game 3 has Seneca and Hancock facing Sandusky, Wood and Lucas.

n Tiffin Area Babe Ruth still has openings in the Junior Division for players age 13-16. For more information or to sign up, call Fred McDole at (419) 455-4490 or Scott McDole at (419) 618-1972.

BASKETBALL: Columbian basketball will host an overnight youth camp for boys currently in grades 2-6. Registration forms can be picked up at Tiffin Middle School or sent via email by contacting Travis Kinn at travis_kinn@tiffincityschools.org.

GOLF: Rick Steiner and Jim Reinhart lead with North Division of the Baumann’s-Lofay Construction Two-Man Scramble league at Clinton Heights with 30 points. Dizz Dean and Denny Scherger and Tony Latona and Denny Reamer both have 29 points and two teams are tied with 28. Alex Scheiber and Jake Holmer led the South Division with 31 ½ points, while Denny and Nate Lofay have 30 ½. Prize holes went to Mike Bell (closest to pin No. 14) and John Carroll (closest in two No. 15). Brad Scheiber and Derek Lewis won a skin (No. 14).

n In the Wednesday Senior League at Clinton Heights, Ted Rombach, Dave Seislove, Loyd Stroub and Scot Swartz won at 5 under. In second at 4 under was Ray Nutter, Len Farr, Jon Eakin and John Garfield. Prize winners were Skip Halcomb (closest in one), Steve Schreiber (closest in three) and Jim Radcliff (long putt).

n After four weeks in the AMVETS League at Seneca Hills, Jim and Brian Miccichi lead with 51 points. The teams of Jim and John Ferstler and Howard Elchert and Jim Banks are tied for second with 46 points. Prize holes went to Paul Fey (closest to pin No. 16), Brian Miccichi (long putt No. 15) and Banks (long putt No. 18).

n Prize winners in the Seneca Hills Tuesday Morning Ladies League were Paulette Witsman (longest drive, red tee No. 11), Barb Kuhn (longest drive, black tee), Deb Welter (closest to pin in one No. 16) and Carla Siebenaller and Kuhn (low number of putts).

VOLLEYBALL: The Female Junior National Teams from Blackswamp Volleyball Sports Academy in Tiffin will have six teams ranging from 11-17 years of age competing in the Junior National Tournament in Indianapolis from June 27-July 6. A send-off for the athletes will run 5-9 p.m. June 24 at the Tiffin Buffalo Wild Wings.