A late scoring change wound up changing the team champion at the Country Club Swimming League meet July 14 at Ohio State.

A late scoring change wound up changing the team champion at the Country Club Swimming League meet July 14 at Ohio State.

Originally, Scioto was awarded the team championship trophy with 2,573 points, with Wedgewood second with 2,570. Adjusted, Wedgewood won with 2,574 and Scioto was second with 2,569. The rest of the results -- The Lakes (2,312), New Albany (1,734), Worthington Hills (1,488), Tartan Fields (1,359), Brookside (1,268), Muirfield (990.5), Kinsale (855.5), Medallion (844), Jefferson (766.5), Columbus (138.5) -- stayed the same.

The discrepancy, discovered 45 minutes after the trophy presentation and after most in attendance had left, happened in the boys 11-12 50-meter freestyle. Wedgewood's Ryan McLoughlin was an alternate for the event but got to swim when an athlete from Scioto did not show up. McLoughlin finished 17th and earned four points, which in error were awarded to Scioto.

Once the mistake was discovered, team results were changed accordingly.

ThisWeek, which had a reporter on site throughout the meet and for 30 minutes after the completion of the awards ceremony, was not notified of the change until nine days later.

Registration for the New Albany field hockey club middle school and high school teams has begun. To register visit www.naparks.org.

The FinalScore, an AAU girls basketball team, is looking for players. For more information, contact Joe Reed at (614) 778-8418.

The Ohio Chargers U-14 baseball team is looking for players for next year. The Chargers play a regional schedule and will participate in the tournaments throughout the Midwest. Eligible players cannot turn 15 before May 1, 2009.

For more information, e-mail OhioChargers@aol.com.

Gahanna is holding signups for its Junior League fall baseball league for players ages 5-17. Register online at www.gahanna.com/baseball or call (614) 314-0440.

Field Sports will have fall basketball leagues and clinics. Boys and girls leagues for players in grades K-8 will start Aug. 21 and adult leagues will begin Aug. 26. To register, call (614) 791-7849 or visit www.fieldsports.org.

James Field of Soccer Field Academy will be conducting a youth summer camp from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Aug. 8 at the Groveport Recreation Center. The camp is for boys and girls ages 4-14.

To register, e-mail fieldjames@sbcglobal.net or call (614) 406-5935.

Learn-to-row classes are being offered by the Greater Columbus Rowing Association for athletes 18 and older. No experience is necessary.

For more information, visit www.columbusrowing.org.

Rio Grande will play host to to a fall baseball league for players in grades 9-12. Games will last nine innings or 2 hours, 15 minutes, whichever comes first. Pitchers may throw three innings in a game and no player will sit for consecutive innings. Teams will be coached by members of the Redmen baseball team. Teams will use wooden bats that will be provided for them. For more information, contact Rio Grande coach Brad Warnimont at (740) 245-7486 or e-mail bradw@rio.edu.

Four weekly "Gain the Edge" basketball camps for players in grades 3-8 are scheduled this summer in Columbus. The sessions will focus on fundamentals. For information, contact coach Scott Williams at (614) 439-9568.