Sports reporting procedure
Coaches of local sports teams in Morrow County are asked to submit results of contests (including statistics) their teams compete in to the Morrow County Sentinel. Results may be submitted in several fashions.
Additionally, readers with Twitter may follow @SportsMCS for news and updates. Also, check http://aimmedianetwork.com/section/sports for stories throughout the week.
Lee Rizor Golf Benefit on July 25
The third annual Lee Rizor Golf Benefit will be held at Pine Lakes Golf Club, Mount Gilead, on July 25 at 8 a.m.
There will be 32 teams of four available. Entries will include 18 holes of golf, a cart and lunch. Beverages are sold separately. The cost is $240 per team of four. If a team does not have four players, the cost is still $240. Efforts will be made to group single players into teams. Lunch for non-golfers is $10.
The deadline for registration is July 15. All proceeds will go to Rizor’s children, Lane and Layla. To register or send a donation, call Beth Rizor at 419-989-5509.
Information received from Beth Rizor.
High school football divisions set for 2015 season
The OHSAA released its 2015 divisions for the high school football season recently, with all four Morrow County teams remaining in the same division and region as during last year’s season.
Highland will remain a member of Region 12 of Division IV. Mount Gilead is in Division V, Region 16. Both Cardington and Northmor are still in Region 21 of Division VI.
Information received from the OHSAA.
MG soccer sign-ups in June
Mount Gilead Soccer League sign-ups are open now, with mailed or in-person registrations accepted.
The registration deadline date is Tuesday, June 30. Forms are available online at www.redbird.net/mgsl or by emailing [email protected] Pricing for the 2015 season will be $35 per child.
There also will be two in-person registrations at the MG Soccer Complex on U.S. 42. The first will be held Saturday, June 20, from 9-11 a.m, while the second will be Wednesday, June 24, from 6-8 p.m.
Information received from Jennifer Salyers.
Galion holding vintage baseball
The Galion Historical Society will present Ohio Village Vintage Baseball on Sunday, June 21 at HomeCare Matters, located at 1220 North Market Street in Galion from noon to 4 p.m.
Bring your dad out to enjoy a game of baseball the way it was played in 1860. This event is free to the public. For more information, please call 419-468-9338.
Information received from the Galion Historical Society.