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Coats for Families

06-10-2015 Hits:75

Coats for Families

The Salvation Army in Ottawa County has partnered with the News Herald and Howard Hanna to provide new, warm winter coats for local children and families in need. The Coats...

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Coastline takes a beating

03-10-2015 Hits:3246

Coastline takes a beating

Waves crash up onto the pier in Lakeside Chautauqua as debris shows were the water levels were previously. This photo was taken around 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 3.

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Mayoral candidates: Mayor Vince Leone an…

02-10-2015 Hits:516

Mayoral candidates: Mayor Vince Leone and Hugh Wheeler Jr.

The inaugural Candidate Debate Night was held at the Elk’s Lodge in Port Clinton at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 1. Just under 150 people attended the event and WPCR...

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Lakers fall to Margaretta in non-conference action

Photos by John Kozak
Danbury's Nicole Oglesbee attempts to pass the basketball around a defending Emily Ashley in a contest last Saturday.

Facing a Margaretta team that has played well thus far, not to mention the fact that it handed St. Mary CC its only defeat of the season, Danbury fell to the Polar Bears, 83-32, in non-conference action.

Margaretta led 27-8 after the first quarter and broke the game open by outscoring the Lakers, 24-3, in the second quarter to take a 51-11 lead into halftime.

Bailey Kimberlin led the Bears with 18 points and Toby Miller, son of Danbury Middle School Principal Joe Miller, scored 17 points, including three 3-pointers.


Rockets stop the bleeding with key win

After losing in the first game, Oak Harbor rebounded to defeat Lima Central Catholic, 65-53, and finished third at the Lima McDonald's Holiday Classic.

The Rockets, who lost to the host, Lima Bath, in the first game, jumped out to a 14-11 lead and held a 25-21 advantage at halftime before slowly pulling away. Holding a 39-34 lead midway thru the third quarter, Oak Harbor finished the game on a 26-19 run to put the Thunderbirds away.

Andrea Cecil, who battled a knee injury, led the way with 25 points and 11 rebounds, and Maddy Rathbun contributed with 15 points and eight boards.


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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