Rockets clinch first SBC title in 12 years

It was a goal they'd set for themselves before the season began, but Oak Harbor probably didn't think it would have the league title wrapped up with this many games remaining.

After defeating Clyde, 55-41, the Rockets clinched at least a share of the Sandusky Bay Conference title, their first in 12 years.


Lady Lakers win two of three

Danbury sophomore, Sarah Redett, scrambles against Toledo Waite's Mae Sanders to gain control of a loose ball. Photo by John Kozak.

Danbury Lady Lakers
Overall: 6-10
TAAC: 3-7
Last Week:  Monroeville 80-Danbury 62, Danbury 68-Toledo Waite 32, Danbury 38-Emmanual Christian 20

The Lady Lakers could not keep pace with the Lady Eagles of Monroeville as they fell 80-62 in a non-conference match up, but responded by winning the next two games during the week. Against Monroeville, Danbury fell behind early but kept within striking distance trailing 53-40 after three periods. The Lady Eagles ended any chance of a comeback by the Lady Lakers by outscoring them 27-22 in the final quarter.


Redskins split a pair over the weekend

Port Clinton Redskins
Overall: 6-9
SBC: 4-3
Last Week: Tiffin Columbian 47-Port Clinton 24, Port Clinton 56-Norwalk 48

The Port Clinton Redskins coming off consecutive wins for the first time this season was looking to make it three in a row. Unfortunately the Redskins had a tough night shooting from the field and fell to the Tiffin Columbian Tornadoes 47-24. It was another solid effort on the defensive end as PC has held their opponent to 50 or less for the fourth straight game. The offense however, was never able to get on track. Port Clinton trailed 13-5 after one period and Tiffin built on that lead outscoring the Redskins each quarter.

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