Sports Briefs: Upcoming Schedule


Sports Schedule

GALION TIGERS

Boys Basketball

Friday Dec.30 @ Shelby Whippets

Girls Basketball

Tuesday Dec.27 @ Shelby Lady Whippets

Friday Dec.30 @ Mount Gilead Lady Indians

Wrestling

Friday Dec.30 @ Cardington Duals

Swimming

Wednesday Dec.28 vs Marion Harding Presidents *

Friday Dec.30 @ Bucyrus Redmen vs Upper Sandusky Rams

COLONEL CRAWFORD EAGLES

Boys Basketball

Tuesday Dec.27 @ Plymouth Vikings

Friday Dec.30 vs Ridgedale Rockets *

Girls Basketball

Thursday Dec.29 vs Ridgedale Lady Rockets *

NORTHMOR GOLDEN KNIGHTS

Boys Basketball

Friday Dec.30 @ Worthington Christian Warriors

Girls Basketball

Thursday Dec.29 vs Pleasant Lady Spartans

Friday Dec.3o @ Liberty Center Lady Tigers

Wrestling

Tuesday and Wednesday Dec.27 and 28 @ Medina Invitational

CRESTLINE BULLDOGS

Boys Basketball

Tuesday Dec.27 vs Loudonville Redbirds *

Girls Basketball

Thursday Dec.29 vs Wynford Lady Royals

HOME games/matches in BOLD

*- denotes a conference game/match

BOWLING

TUESDAY MORNING LEAGUE

Standings: Mustysteers 46 – 10; High Stress 32 – 24; Excusers 31 – 25; Trouble 30 – 26; Al”s Retro Alley 27 1/2 – 28 1/2; Todays Trend 26 1/2 – 29 1/2; Bowling Stones 21 – 35; 3 Muskateers 10 – 46.

Top Scores: Dave Pappert—214-202-238=654; Harry Myers—198-202-184=584; Ron Lykens—193-169-215=573; Mike Hauck-171-199-176=566; Stan Sims-208-160-187=555; Jane Horton—150-152-164=466; Sherry Phillips—142-158-124=424; Mary McElfresh—109-132-180=421; Betty Spade—117-148-146=411; Peggy Kollar—118-134-146=398.

CITY B LEAGUE

Standings: 1—Oakstone Landscape 48 – 12; 2—Pruitt’s 44 – 16; 3 —The BOD 39 1/2 – 20 1/2; 4—Cross Carpet 39 – 21; 5—Fisher Water 38 1/2 – 21 1/2; 6—Affordable Tobacco 38 – 22; 7—Quest Machine 32 – 28; 8—Shipwreck 29 – 31; 9—Team 9 29 – 23; 10—Two Dawgs and A Pitt 22 – 38; 11—J G’s Music Studio 22 – 38; 12—Just Jokin 21 – 39; 13—Dave’s Cycle 21 – 39; 14—Randy”s Muffler 20 – 40; 15—JAM 20 – 40; 16—Sandbaggers 17 – 43.

Top Scores: Russ Montgomery-222-235-275=732; Jon Walters-223-230-276=739; Dave Daubenspeck-238-216-228=682; Ron Snyder-228-235-205=678; Tom Altstadt-231-234-185=650; Bob Leppert-223-215-200=638; Chris Brocklesby-222-198-217=637; John Vanderkooi-169-205-245=619; John Cross-201-195-221=617; Paul McKenzie-199-200-215=614; Cookie Weber-232-183-171=586; Judy Grafton-158-167-163=493; Claudia Bonen-151-180-131=462; Donna Gorenflo-169-137-150=456; Betty Spade-146-131-157=434.

Church Dartball League

For Dec. 10

GAMES WON — Galion Trinity Lutheran – 3; New Washington United Methodist – 2; Bucyrus Good Hope Lutheran – 2; Crestline Trinity Lutheran Team #2 – 2; Galion Peace Lutheran – 2; Sulphur Springs St. Paul Lutheran – 2; Windfall UCC – 2; Calvary UCC – 1; Chatfield Evangelical Pietist – 1; Galion First Lutheran – 1; Tiro Crouse Lutheran – 1; Scioto United Methodist – 1; Bucyrus St. Johns UCC – 1; Crestline Trinity Lutheran Team #1 – 0.

STANDINGS — Northern Division: Sulphur Springs St. Paul Lutheran – 13-5; Tiro Crouse Lutheran – 13-8; Scioto United Methodist – 9-8-1; New Washington United Methodist – 9-9; Calvary UCC – 9-12; Chatfield Evangelical Pietist – 6-13-2; Shelby First Church of God – 4-14; Southern Division: Galion Trinity Lutheran – 16-2; Galion Peace Lutheran – 15-3; Galion First Lutheran – 11-7; Windfall UCC – 10-11; Bucyrus Good Hope Lutheran – 9-9; Crestline Trinity Lutheran Team #2 – 8-13; Crestline Trinity Lutheran Team #1 – 6-15; Bucyrus St. Johns UCC – 4-13-1.

ODNR ranger busts fishermen for smoking pot

MANSFIELD — While patrolling Charles Mill Lake last month, State Wildlife Officer Brennan Earick, assigned to Ashland County, observed three individuals sitting along the shoreline. He noticed two men in the group smoking from what appeared to be a marijuana pipe. He contacted the men and determined two of the men had smoked marijuana. In addition, a small amount of green marijuana was located in one of their tackle boxes. The men agreed to hand the pipe over to Officer Earick. Both individuals were charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, and ordered to appear in Ashland Municipal Court. Both individuals were found guilty and received a six-month driver’s license suspension and paid a total of $804 in fines and court costs.

Astronomy club plans Dec. 30 event at Lowe-Volk Park

CRESTLINE — The Crawford Park District and the Lowe-Volk Astronomy Club invited those interested in the night skies to a special program at 6 p.m. Dec. 30 at Lowe-Volk Park. Members of the club will share their knowledge and telescope skills with participants. Bring your own telescope or allow the volunteers assist you with those provided. Targets for the winter are: The Andromeda Galaxy, located 2.5 million light years away! The Bok Clouds which are huge clouds of molecular gas and dust, blocking the star light behind them. If skies are cloudy, wthe group will meet inside to view astronomy videos. Call 419-683-9000 for information.

Audubon Christmas Bird Count

BUCYRUS — Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the holiday season by helping The Crawford Park District as it joins one of the world’s longest running citizen science efforts. The Audubon Christmas bird count collects data on bird populations throughout North America. Those who wish to participate as field counters should meet Warren Uxley at Bob Evans in Bucyrus at 7 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 2. If you would like to count birds at your feeder, contact the Crawford Park District office at 419-683-9000 to see if you are located within our count circle.

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