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Downtown Port Clinton construction updat…

06-05-2015 Hits:238 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Downtown Port Clinton construction update

  Starting Friday afternoon, north and south Monroe St. will be opened. Second Street from Coffee Express to the Madison and Second intersection will be closed. Even though Second Street from...

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Catawba Island Boat Show completes 11th …

06-05-2015 Hits:89 Business  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Catawba Island Boat Show completes 11th year

On Friday, May 1, through Sunday, May 3, the Catawba Island Club hosted the 11th annual Progressive Insurance Catawba Island Boat Show. This year there were 35 merchant tents as...

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Soap Box Derby Gravity Racing takes to E…

05-05-2015 Hits:152 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Soap Box Derby Gravity Racing takes to Erie-Ottawa International Airport runway

On Saturday, May 2, the Erie-Ottawa International Airport held a Soap Box Derby Gravity Racing Challenge STEM School Race on their runway. There were 20 racers in the derby and...

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Oak Harbor wins first district title in 25 years

The Oak Harbor Rockets celebrate after defeating New London, 48-40, in the Division III District Finals on Saturday at Seneca East High. It was the program's first district title in 25 years. Photo by Lisa Huffman Beier.

Just one year after they lost on a buzzer beater in last year's district final, the Oak Harbor Rockets redeemed themselves and defeated New London, holding off the Wildcats for a 48-40 victory in the Division III District Finals on Saturday at Seneca East High School.

The victory sends Oak Harbor to the regional semifinals for the first time in 25 years, dating back to the days when Alison (Golnick) Wolf, who is currently the high school's assistant principal, and Janice Butzkin manned the post for Mark Ihde's Rockets. 

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Lady Rockets holds off Bucyrus to win sectional title

With her performance in Oak Harbor's 48-40 victory over Bucyrus in the Division III Sectional Final, Andrea Cecil added to her impressive resume.

Two years ago, in her first tournament game, Cecil had what was probably her most impressive performance in the postseason as she helped the Rockets rally from a nine-point, second-half deficit by scoring 17 points, including 10 in a 15-0 run that helped Oak Harbor rally to defeat Perkins, 39-38, in a Div. II Sectional Semifinal.

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Sunday fun swims extended through March 29

Sunday fun open swims at the Oak Harbor High School Pool for all B-C-S students, families and community members will continue each Sunday through March 29.  The times the facility will be open will be from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m.   Both the pool and racquetball courts (for adults only) will be available and supervised.

Pool admission cost to be paid at the door for B-C-S students is only $1 and B-C-S adults will be $2. Racquetball courts will be open to B-C-S adults only for an additional charge of $2 (limit 4 per court). A lifeguard and site director will be on site to ensure safety. Please note that these Sunday fun times will be cancelled if Ottawa County is on a Level Two or Level Three Emergency as announced by the Ottawa County Sherriff.

Call the B-C-S Board of Education office at 419-898-6210 with any questions.

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