Youth free throw championship

All students ages 9-14 are invited to participate in the local level of competition for the 2016 Knights of Columbus Youth Basketball Free Throw Championship. The Oak Harbor Knights of Columbus are sponsoring the event which will be held Saturday, Jan. 23, at the St. Boniface Catholic School gymnasium.

Doors open at noon for registration and shoot around with competition starting at 1 p.m. Age eligibility is determined by Jan. 1. All contestants are recognized for their participation and there is no entry fee. Those eligible to participate will compete in their respective age divisions with winners progressing through local, district, regional and state competitions. Entry forms are available at the competition.


Lady Redskins bounce back with win over Fostoria

Marissa Day (20) sinks a shot for the Redskins.

Port Clinton Lady Redskins
Overall: 6-8
SBC: 3-4
Last Week: 1/12 Fremont St. Joe-Postponed, Port Clinton 59-Fostoria 38

The Port Clinton Lady Redskins coming off of setbacks to league foes Oak Harbor and Margaretta last week, bounced back with a non-conference win over the Fostoria Lady Redmen 59-38

The Lady Redskin defense took control of the game early holding the Lady Redmen to just 10 points in taking a 29-10 halftime lead. From there PC held off the pesky Fostoria team outscoring them 30-28 in the second half for the victory. Port Clinton’s offense was able to capitalize at the foul line as they made 22 of 35 attempts for 63% compared to 13 of 24, and 54% for Fostoria.


Cecil helps Oak Harbor to remain undefeated

Oak Harbor scored the first 24 points of the game and dominated throughout, defeating Margaretta, 82-43, to improve to 15-0 on the season.

The Rockets, who lead the Sandusky Bay Conference by two games with an 8-0 mark, used a zone-trapping scheme to cause 10 turnovers in the first 4:35, helping to create a number of easy shots. All told, Oak Harbor, which was ranked second in Division II in the latest Associated Press state poll, led 31-4 after the first quarter.

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