Sports Briefs: 8-05


Welch third at Pan-Am championships
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad – Eastwood High School senior Justin Welch earned a bronze medal, placing third
in the hammer throw at the Junior Pan American Track and Field Championships last weekend.
Welch threw a personal best of 223-10.
Reimold 0-for-3 against Tigers
DETROIT – Former Bowling Green State University standout Nolan Reimold went 0-for-3 with two walks and a
run scored in Baltimore’s 8-2 victory over Detroit Tuesday.
In 66 games, Reimold is batting .277 with 10 homers and 29 RBI.
Practices start for BG Middle School sports
The tryout times for Bowling Green Middle School volleyball are: eighth grade, Monday through Aug. 12,
from 10 a.m.-noon; and seventh grade, Monday through Aug. 12, noon-2 p.m. The tryouts are at the new
middle school. Athletes should bring physical forms and emergency medical forms with them and wear
proper attire.
The first day for cross country practice is Tuesday from 8:30-10 a.m. at Wintergarden Park. Athletes
should bring paper work, a water bottle and wear proper attire. All students are welcome.
For more information contact [email protected].
Elmwood CC starts Monday
JERRY CITY – Elmwood cross country practices will begin Monday at 4:30 p.m. for all high school, and
seventh and eighth grade students.
Runners should bring their physical card and meet at the course dressed to run.
Practices will be Monday through Friday from 4:30-6 p.m.
For more information, contact coach Chris Hailey at (419) 454-4722 (home) or (419) 957-9496 (cell) or
[email protected].
Elmwood boosters to meet
JERRY CITY – The Elmwood Athletic Boosters will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Elmwood High School
media center.
Local swimmers to compete in zone championships
Two swimmers from the Bowling Green Swim Club will represent Team Ohio at the Central Zone Championships
Thursday-Sunday in Noblesville, Ind.
Emmy Sehmann and Christian Sobczak will both compete in the 11-12-age division.
To qualify for this meet, swimmers from all over the United States had to achieve time standards set by
USA Swimming. Swimmers can swim a maximum of six individual events and are eligible to be chosen for
relays based on their season best times.
Sehmann, 12, will be competing in six individual events – the 50, 100, 200, 400 freestyle, 50 backstroke,
200 individual medley, and has been chosen to be on four relays.
Sobczak, 12, will be competing in three individual events – the 50, 100 backstroke and 50 freestyle, and
has been chosen to be on two relays.
This meet is the only national level meet sponsored by USA swimming for age group swimmers who are
between the ages of 9-18. Other teams/states represented at this meet will be Arkansas, Illinois,
Indiana, Lake Erie, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Ozark.
The Bowling Green Country Club Golferettes competed Tuesday.
Lynne Helm was the tournament of the day winner. Helm also won low net and low putts in Flight A. Other
winners were: Flight B – Jean Bateman, low gross, low net; Becky Hansen, low putts; Flight C – Sarah
McDermott, low gross, low net; June Long, low putts.

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