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PC power lifting team first at Gibsonbur…

05-03-2015 Hits:150 Sports  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

PC power lifting team first at Gibsonburg meet

Port Clinton High School Power Lifters with their first place trophy. Front row:  L to R Jaden Rogers, Tony Nesbitt, Emerson Lowe, Corbin Winningham, Cole Araguz, Brendan Zeitzheim, Drew Kopchak...

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Port Clinton Lady Redskins rally to defe…

04-03-2015 Hits:240 Sports  - avatar Yaneek Smith

Port Clinton Lady Redskins rally to defeat BG for sectional title

Lady Redskins holding pieces of the net after their win over Bowling Green in Genoa on Saturday, Feb. 28. Photos by Bill Migala. Not again, right? Just one year after having a...

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The Maiden Voyage of Onward

03-03-2015 Hits:232 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

The Maiden Voyage of Onward

A model of Onward made by Jim Robenalt of Tiffin. A story about Matthews Boat Company and a journey around The Great Loop On Sunday, March 1, Bob Reynolds, in association with...

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Port Clinton wins 8th straight game

Port Clinton's Adrianna Hall pops a shot over Oak Harbor's Maddy Rathbun.

Port Clinton’s defense was the key, holding Huron to 10 first-half points in the Redskins’ 46-32 win over the Tigers in Sandusky Bay Conference action. 

Port Clinton took a 22-10 lead into the half before slowly building its advantage in the final two quarters.

Emily Ashley scored a game-high 15 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, and Hannah Weaver added 10 points. 

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Rockets put up a fight in loss to St. Mary CC

After rallying from a 15-point deficit to tie the score late in the fourth quarter, the Oak Harbor Rockets watched as St. Mary Central Catholic finished the game with a flurry as the Panthers won, 70-62, in non-conference action.

With the score tied at 60, SMCC’s Trent Zimmerson, who led all scorers with 27 points, hit Trevor Fitzthum on a long outlet pass that Fitzthum converted into a layup, accounting for the winning basket with1:36 to play. From there, the Panthers (7-1) would score eight more points from the free-throw line to close out the game.

Zimmerman scored 11 of his 27 points in the fourth quarter, and teammate Melvin Jackson finished with 19. 

Playing without leading scorer DeShawn Johnson hurt the Rockets (1-5), who were outscored, 20-8, in the first quarter. Oak Harbor then slowly chipped away, cutting the deficit to 32-25 at halftime. 

The third quarter saw the Rockets battle back from a double-digit deficit twice before finishing the quarter on a 7-4 run to cut the deficit to 50-43. They did it again in the fourth quarter when, down 60-52, Oak Harbor went on an 8-0 run and tied it on a steal and a layup by Isiah Jefferson.

Tyler Sievert led Oak Harbor with 19 points, Paul Shay scored 16, including four 3-pointers, and Jefferson chipped in with 14.

Oak Harbor Girls Basketball
Perkins 41, Oak Harbor 39

Despite trailing for most of the second half, Perkins played well when it counted most, rallying to defeat Oak Harbor, 41-39, in Sandusky Bay Conference action.

After falling behind 27-18 with 2:11 remaining in the third quarter, the Pirates went on a 16-5 lead to take the lead for good at 34-32 on two free throws by Haylee Darr.

Perkins pushed the lead to 38-32 before the Rockets rallied, cutting the deficit to 41-39 before Emma Barney misfired on a three-pointer at the buzzer.

Darr led the Pirates with 13 points, Emily Wagner chipped in with 12 and Hailee Smith finished with 11.

Oak Harbor’s Andrea Cecil led all scorers with 15 points and Emma Bergman chipped in with 12.

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Danbury boys get first win of the season

Danbury held off a late rally to defeat St. Joseph Central Catholic, 61-55, and pick up its first win of the season at the Seneca East Shootout.

Behind Hunter Stinchcomb’s 20 points, the Lakers built a 56-47 lead with just under two minutes remaining before the Crimson Streaks mounted a rally. 

SJCC went on an 8-0 run, cutting the deficit to one before Lucas Michael missed a shot that would’ve given the Streaks the lead. Instead, Danbury (1-5) closed the game out on a 5-0 run, a spurt that was started by Caleb Gerber’s two free throws. After Michael missed on a three-pointer, the Lakers rebounded the ball and closed it out by scoring three more points at the charity stripe.

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