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Friday’s Scoreboard

PREP BASEBALL
OHSAA State Tournament

Thursday’s State Semifinals

AT COLUMBUS HUNTINGTON PARK
DIVISION IV
Tinora 4, Convoy Crestview 3
Newark Catholic 6, Berlin Center Western Reserve 2
FINAL: Tinora (24-4) vs. Newark Catholic (20-7), Saturday, 10 a.m.

DIVISION III
Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy 3, Orrville 0
Coldwater 3, Wheelersburg 2
FINAL: Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy (29-2) vs. Coldwater (29-4), Saturday, 4

Friday’s State Semifinals

AT COLUMBUS HUNTINGTON PARK
DIVISION I
Gahanna Lincoln (17-12) vs. North Royalton (21-7), 10 a.m.
Cincinnati Moeller (24-4) vs. Massillon Jackson (24-5), 1
FINAL: Saturday, 4

DIVISION II
Plain City Jonathan Alder (27-4) vs. Chardon Notre Dame Cathedral Latin (17-11), 4
Carroll Bloom-Carroll (27-2) vs. Sandusky Perkins (26-5), 7
FINAL: Saturday, 7

PREP SOFTBALL
OHSAA State Tournament

Thursday’s State Semifinals

At Akron Firestone Stadium
DIVISION I
North Canton Hoover 5, Lebanon 3
Grove City 9, Elyria 1
STATE FINAL: North Canton Hoover (28-3) vs. Grove City (26-6), Saturday, 1

DIVISION II
Lima Bath 3, Tallmadge 1
Jonathan Alder 4, Newark Licking Valley 3
STATE FINAL: Lima Bath (28-1) vs. Plain City Jonathan Alder (28-1), Saturday, 10 a.m.

Friday’s State Semifinals

At Akron Firestone Stadium
DIVISION III
Richwood North Union (21-6) vs. Williamsport Westfall (27-3), 3
Akron Manchester (20-8) vs. Carroll Bloom-Carroll (27-3), 5:30
STATE FINAL: Saturday, 7

DIVISION IV
Cuyahoga Heights (20-3) vs. Wayne Trace (22-7), 10 a.m.
Minster (26-3) vs. Bainbridge Paint Valley (22-8), 12:30
STATE FINAL: Saturday, 4

LOCAL SPORTS
Thursday’s Events
Area Golf

WAYSIDE GOLF COURSE
THURSDAY LADIES LEAGUE
MOST FIVES & SEVENS — (1st flight) Donna Ewing 8; (2nd flight) Marlene Clinger 7; (3rd flight) Mary Frantz 5. LOW GROSS — Pam Huff 51.

Findlay Rec Softball
MEN’S “D” LEAGUE
First National 13, Gateway 2
Dow Chemical 15, Marco’s 2
Reineke Findlay 11, Ball Metal 2
Findlay Chrysler 10, Jac & Do’s East 8

Findlay Rec Softball
MEN’S “C” LEAGUE
New Vision 10, The Closers 5
Norada Lanes 12, BBD-Jed’s 11
Rusty Onions 7, C&S Radiator 5
Marathon 17, Tipton Machinery Co. 2

Recreation Volleyball
CO-ED “C” LEAGUE
Quicksand 25-18-15, Bearclaw 20-25-5
Volleybrawlers 25-25-15, Applebee’s 10-7-8
Sand Slammers 25-25-15, Bearclaw 14-14-10
Lee’s Chicken 25-26-15, Dig It 16-24-8
Bump Uglies 25-25-15, Quicksand 16-14-13
Court Jesters 25-25-15, MBBC 13-18-10
Jackson 25-11-15, Drive Time 19-25-13
Hit List 25-25-15, Heitkamp Homes 15-15-8
Volleybrawlers 27-15-13, West End Potentials 26-25-15
Screamin’ Sand Monkeys 25-25-16, Applebee’s 15-12-14
Sand Slammers 25-25-15, BBF 22-16-7
Screamin’ Sand Monkeys 25-25-15, BBF 13-14-9
Bump Uglies 25-25-12, MBBC 23-11-15
Lee’s Chicken 25-25-15, Court Jesters 14-15-8
Jackson 25-25-7, Dig It 22-23-15

Findlay Youth Baseballl
JUNIOR LEAGUE
Archie’s 6, Ohio Logistics 0
Rader Environmental 8, Elks 0
SENIOR LEAGUE
McDonald’s 10, Exchange Club 8

Young Miss Softball
JUNIOR DIVISION
USA Lawn 17, MACU 6
USA Lawn 12, K of C 4
MACU 16, Cooper Tire 5
Hancock County Fastpitch Softball
U-10 Division
Riverdale White 15, Liberty-Benton 2
Hancock County Fastpitch Softball
U-12 Division
Arcadia A 18, Arlington 10
Findlay Blue 15, McComb Panning 14
Vanlue 19, Fostoria Phelan 9
Van Buren 23, Fostoria Webb 13

LOCAL & AREA

L-B Girls Travel Soccer Tryouts
Liberty Benton U14 Girls NWOYSL Travel Soccer
Tryouts for a Liberty-Benton U-14 girls travel soccer team will be Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Liberty-Benton High School. We will be adding players for the upcoming fall and spring seasons. For more information, contact Dave Peplinski at 419-424-1287.

Woodmore Seeks Softball Coach
ELMORE — Woodmore High School is seeking a varsity softball coach. Possible teaching positions in science and special education are available. Candidates should have previous interscholastic girls softball coaching experience and evidence of strong leadership, management and communication skills. Any interested candidate should forward letter of interest, resume, and references to: Steve Barr, Athletic Director, Woodmore High School, 633 Fremont Street, Elmore, Ohio 43416; or via e-mail at: sbarr@woodmoreschools.com. Deadline is June 18.

UF Youth Football Camp
The 2014 Oiler Youth Football Camp will be held Monday through Wednesday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. for players in grades 1-8. Lunch will be provided and the cost is $80. Walk-ups will be accepted. For more information, contact Steve Signer at 419-957-8728.

Findlay Boys Basketball Camp
The Findlay boys basketball camp will be held June 9-12 at Findlay High School. Players in grades 1-4 (2014-15 school year) will meet from 9 a.m.-noon; those in grades 5-8 will meet from 1-4 p.m. Cost is $50 and instruction, done by FHS coach Jim Rucki and his staff, will cover fundamentals of basketball, shooting, dribbling and passing, as well as defense, rebounding, blocking out and court awareness.

Registration forms are available on the Findlay City Schools website. Walk-ups will also be accepted the day the camp opens. For more information, contact the athletic office at 419-425-8216.

L-B Girls, Co-Ed Basketball Camps
The Liberty-Benton Coaching staff will be hosting a Co-Ed camp for any girls entering grades 1-3 and any boys entering grades 1-2 from 1-2:30 p.m June 9-11. Cost is $25. L-B will also be hosting a girls basketball camp for players entering grades 4-8. This camp will also run June 9, 10 and 11 from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m Cost is $40. To register, email Nate Irwin for camp forms at nirwin@lb.noacsc.org.

Youth Baseball Tournaments
PAYNE — The Payne Ball Association will be hosting four all star tournaments in July. Beginning Monday, July 7, a 10 and under boys tournament will run through Thursday, July 10. An eight and under boys baseball (coach pitch) tournament will be July 11 through July 13. Also July 11 through July 13, the association will sponsor an eight and under girls softball (coach pitch) tournament. Lastly, a 12 and under boys baseball tournament will be held July 14 through July 18. For more information on any of these tournaments, please contact Kevin Wannemacher via e-mail at wannie8@frontier.com or the phone at (419) 399-7243.

Miller City Baseball Celebration
MILLER CITY — The Miller City Athletic Boosters will sponsor a 30-year celebration party for the school’s state qualifying baseball teams of 1983-85 on June 28 at 6 p.m. at the Miller City Sportsman Club. The celebration is open to the public. However, in order to be guaranteed a meal, tickets must be purchased by June 13. For more information, contact Dan Kern at 419-596-4385.

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