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B-C-S School Board Celebrates Progress

Present for the December District Highlight at the B-C-S Board of Education meeting regarding improvements at the OHHS Softball Field include (left to right): Mr. E.J. Croll, Coach Chris Rawski, Superintendent Guy Parmigian, and Director of Athletics Drew Grahl.

There were several issues to celebrate and appreciate at the Dec. 17 meeting of the Benton-Carroll-Salem Local Board of Education.  First, Superintendent Guy Parmigian extended commendations on behalf of the Board to Mrs. Karen Gruber, Principal at R.C. Waters Elementary School, and the staff at R.C. Waters Elementary School for being named a High Progress School of Honor by the Ohio Department of Education.  Principal Gruber pointed to the efforts and teamwork of all staff at R.C. Waters who helped to make this award possible.  R.C. Waters Elementary School was the only school in Ottawa County to earn the High Progress School of Honor recognition.  Next, Athletic Director Drew Grahl awarded commendations to 2013 Cross Country State Qualifier Tyler Sievert.

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Oak Harbor boys rebound to defeat St. Joseph CC, 56-52

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Behind 25 points from Andy Rathbun, the Oak Harbor Rockets rallied to defeat St. Joseph CC 56-52 in non-conference action Saturday at The Launchpad.

In a back-and-forth contest that saw momentum change hands a number of times, Oak Harbor outscored the Crimson Streaks 16-10 in the fourth quarter to stop a five-game losing streak.

The Rockets, who are now 2-5 after the win, led 13-4 after the first quarter but trailer 25-23 at the half after SJCC made a run in the second quarter. The teams battled to a 17-17 tie in third period before Oak Harbor rallied.

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Eli leads Rockets to victory

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Behind 20 points from sophomore guard Athena Eli, the Oak Harbor Rockets recovered from an early deficit to defeat Woodmore 42-29 in non-conference action to improve to 7-2 on the year.

It was a breakout performance by Eli, who had yet to have a game like this all year. If she scored like this a more consistent basis, she would provide a solid third option behind Andrea Cecil and Emma Barney.

In addition to Eli's 20 points, 15 of came on three-pointers, the Rockets got nine points apiece from Barney and Cecil.

Oak Harbor trailed, 8-7, after the first quarter before outscoring the Wildcats 12-7 in the second quarter to take control of the contest. The Rockets outscored Woodmore 23-14 in the second half.

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