COLUMBUS — Two Lehman Catholic players were named first team on the Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Ohio team.
Pitcher Nate Bosway and infielder Greg Spearman were named to the first team.
Covington outfielder James Grilliot was named to the second team.
Nolan Francis and Zach Sherman of Russia were named to the first team on the All-Shelby County Athletic League baseball team, while Jordan Gariety and Drew Sherman of Russia were named to the second team.
Named honorable mention were Zach Jolly and Dylan Hensley, Houston; and Luke Dapore and Jonah Counts, Russia.
Six local players were honored on the All-SCAL softball team.
Named to the first team were Hannah Trent, Micalah Hensley, Macey Stang and Kayla New, Houston; and Maria Herron and Corrina Francis, Russia.
Named to the second team were Kennedy Metz, Russia.
Named honorable mention were Jenna Jarrett and Sarah Monnier, Houston; and Carrie Petty and Hannah Sherman, Russia.
A trio of Versailles baseball players were named first team all-Midwest Athletic Conference by the league for the 2015 season.
Senior outfielder Jace Barga, senior catcher Nic Moorman and junior outfielder Brett McEldowney each were named first team all-MAC by the conference.
Also, Dan Borchers, Derek Bornhorst, Keaton McEldowney and Kyle Subler all were named to the conference’s honorable mention team.
Versailles softball coach Mechelle Heitkamp was named the Midwest Athletic Conference softball coach of the year as she led the Tigers to the 2015 MAC championship.
Versailles finished 7-0 in conference play this season to win the MAC championship, and Heitkamp was rewarded with the coach of the year honors.
Three Versailles softball players – senior pitcher Rachel Wenning, junior short stop Kristin Langston and junior right fielder Aimee Powell – earned first team all-conference honors from the MAC.
Senior designated player Danielle Morris and sophomore center fielder Shaena Mayer both were named second team all-MAC.
Versailles’ Sarah Gigandet, Lauren Heitkamp and Ashlee Voisard all were named to the conference’s honorable mention team.
Lehman Catholic athltes named NWOC Scholar Athletes included Melanie Brunner, Theresa Flood, Ryan Goettemoeller, Abigail Jones, Tyler Lachey, Kameron Lee, Alanna O’Leary, Claire Schmiesing, Owen Smith, Hailey Wick, Eli Baker, Sidney Chapman, Lindsey Elsner, Josh-Henry Frantz, Moriah Pauley, Liz Pax, Jacob Schmiesing, Theresa Schmiesing, Michelle Duritsch, Claudia Fatone, Diana Gibson, Caroline Heitmeyer, Nick Neumeier, Connor Thobe, McKenna Guillozet, John Schmiesing, Josha West, Megan Neumeier, Madeline McFarland, Jacob Earhart, Katie Karr, Cassidy Hemm, Dylan Sherman, Ryan Schmidt, Alison Briggs, Jake Emrick, Lauren Larger, Kaitrin O’Leary, Katie Edwards, Parker Riley, Grant Gleason, Olivia Slagle, Joe Schemmel, Adrianna Sehlhorst, Ellie Sargent, Allyson Schmidt, Adam Vanderhorst, Elizabeth Edwards, Hannah Fogt, Jenna Zimmerman, Kasie Lee, Caitlin Swallow, Madison Hussey, Brooke Jones, Erik Jackson, Maria Adams, Brogan McIver, Tim Buechter, Ava Schmitz, Emma Simpson, Ben Montgomery, Travis Thornton, Kate Hemm, Janelle Gravunder, Wyatt Long and Griffin West.
Bradford is seeking a reserve girls basketball coach and assistant football coach
Previous coaching experience at the high school level is preferred (not required) and three coaching-related references are required. Send letter of interest, resume and references to Dusty Yingst, Athletic Director, at 750 Railroad Ave., Bradford, Ohio 45308 or email@example.com
Applications will be accepted through 3 p.m. on June 21.
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Tony Larger was low gross with 36 in the Wednesday Industrial League at Echo Hills.
Brian Robbins, Mike Bosse and Ron Pearson Jr. were tied for second with 37.
Andy Cox was low net with 29.
Dave Selsor and Doug Cantrell tied for second with 32.
Joe Thoma Jewelers 39.5
Patriot Fence 36.5
Francis Office Supply 29
Mulligan’s Pub 28.5
Wing’s & Ring’s 28
Adam & Eve 27.5
Dr. Steve Koon Optometrist 22
Long Shots 20.5
3 Bros & The “Law” 19.5
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Sandy Finkes was low gross with 44 in the Tuesday Ladies League at Echo Hills.
Kathie Huemmer was second with 47.
Kathy Knoop was low net with 31 and Delma Grissom was second with 33.
Tying for low putts with 16 were Rosalie Snipes and Renie Huffman 16.
Signups for the Junior Golf Camp at Echo Hills are underway.
Flyers can be found on the Piqua City website or at Echo Hills golf course. The camp begins June 10.
Deadline to sign up is June 8.
If you have any questions call 778-2086.
The Bucc Boosters golf scramble will be held June 27 at Echo Hills Golf Course.
It is an 8 a.m. shotgun start, with a 1 p.m. lunch to follow at the End Zone.
Entry fee is $60 per golfer or $240 per team.
There will be a number of awards given out like Winning team — low gross and net — closest to the pin, long drive and long putt.
Entry forms can be downloaded at either: https://www.facebook.com/BuccBoosters or http://www.gobuccs.com/golf_scramble.pdf
The Covington high school, junior high and youth volleyball camps will be held July 20, 21 and 22 at Covington Middle School.
High school is from 9 a.m. to noon and cost $30.
Junior high is from 1-3 p.m. and cost $25.
Youth is from 3-4:30 p.m. and cost $25.
To receive a t-shirt, register on or before June 10.
Send it to Covington High School, 807 Chestnut Street, Covington, OH 45318.