OH girls win SBC title for 4th consecutive year

For the fourth straight season and fifth time in six years, the Oak Harbor girls track team came away victorious at the Sandusky Bay Conference Meet.

Behind five first-place finishes, the Rockets came away with 139 points, just ahead of Edison (119). Perkins was third (96.5), St. Mary CC fourth (92), followed by Clyde, Port Clinton, Huron and Margaretta.

Individual winners from Oak Harbor included Jordan Giesler (discus) and Athena Eli (400) and Morrisa Mallory was first in the shot put for Port Clinton.


Oak Harbor boys win sectional title

After nearly blowing a four-run lead, the Oak Harbor Rockets held on to defeat Western Reserve, 5-4, in a Division III Sectional Final.

A.J. Cecil reached on a walk and scored in the first and Andy Rathbun had a two-run single to push the lead to 4-0 after three innings.

The Roughriders would respond, scoring one run in the fourth before cutting the deficit to 5-4 before falling short.

Cecil got the win for the Rockets, pitching 5.2 innings and giving up three runs (none earned). He allowed four hits, struck out five and walked two. Brandon Uher came on in relief to get the save.


NBOH promotes food drive

National Bank of Ohio, headquartered in Oak Harbor, has kicked off a “Cans 4 All” food drive campaign. NBOH wants to give back to the community by lending a helping hand to the local food bank. The theme “Feeding The Need In Our Communities; You Can Bank On It!” will be featured on their parade float at festivals in the area. The first parade will be in Oregon May 19h, followed by a parade in Port Clinton on May 25 and in Genoa May 31. They will then finish up the year at the Apple Festival Parade in Oak Harbor on October 12. The theme  is displayed on the float, in their banking offices and in other business locations in the community with large posters and bright yellow collection bags. 

The public is invited to stop by one of the displays, pick up a bag or two, fill it with non-perishable/canned food items and return it to one of the banking locations. Along the parade route bank employees will be passing out bright yellow collection bags for people to use to fill with candy from the parade, then to refill with a donation for the food bank to bring to one of the banking offices.

NBOH has been in business since 1934 and is an independently-owned provider of financial services to businesses and consumers. Currently, NBOH operates four full service offices located in Oak Harbor, Curtice, Port Clinton and Oregon, along with two loan production offices in Perrysburg and Fremont. They invite you to join them and be a part of ‘feeding the need’.

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