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Compassionate Friends hold candle light …

19-12-2014 Hits:37 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Compassionate Friends hold candle light vigil

On Sunday, December 14, at 7 p.m., people around the world lit candles to remember children who were taken too soon. The Compassionate Friends Worldwide Candle lighting is in its...

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Red Horse donates toys to Salvation Army

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Red Horse donates toys to Salvation Army

Joseph Hall, Adam Whitaker, Molly Irwin, toy coordinator Heather Stouffer, Casey Vaughn and Salvation Army director Maureen Saponari. Members of the Red Horse Squadron donated toys to the Salvation Army on...

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Wreaths Across Ottawa County

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Wreaths Across Ottawa County

Catawba Island Cemetery Wreaths Across America CeremonyPhoto by John Schaffner On Saturday, December 13, at 11 a.m., six cemeteries spanning across the county held ceremonies honoring fallen veterans. The ceremonies were...

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Redskin bowlers take on Tornadoes

Port Clinton Redskins bowlers split matches with the Tiffin Columbian Tornadoes in a Northern Ohio Bowling Conference match at Star Lanes at the Harbor Thursday.

The Lady Redskins came out firing with a 912 first game and followed with 830 and added 835 in baker for a 2576 total. The Lady Tornadoes rolled 620-629+616 in baker for 1865.

“Our goal is to improve each time out, especially our spare shooting,” said Coach Bob Black. “The girls are really focusing and making a great effort. Eryn Binder has really improved her spare shooting.”

Senior Alysia Zoeller led the Lady Skins with 198-194 for a 392 set. Sophomore Jozlyn Seamon rolled 211 in a 354 set, senior Sam Stroupe a 224 game, junior Reilly Wittman 179 for 339 and senior Kassidy Mahler a 168.

The Tornadoes reversed things in the boys match rolling 1017-888 and 1009 in baker for 2914 to the Redskins 798-700+650 in baker for 2148.

“We are very young and inexperienced. Not all have bought in yet to what we are teaching, but there are bright spots of improvement in each match. Blaise Hoffman, Alex Camerate and Shelby Radloff have really improved and Cameron Bice is coming around. Again, keep improving and by the end of the year they could be competitive in the tournaments,” said Coach Black.

Sophomore Blaise Hoffman led the Redskins with 158-177 for a 335 set, senior Shelby Radloff rolled 175-140 for 315, sophomore Cameron Bice 174-133 for 307 and sophomore Alex Camerato 163-133 for 296.

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Ohio High School Invitational Kick-off Tournament

Port Clinton Lady Redskin bowlers traveled to the Palace Bowling Center in Columbus Saturday for the Ohio High School Invitational Kick-off Tournament. They started with team games of 717-833-807 and added 165-192 in baker for a 2714 total which made the first cut in 16th place out of 32 teams.

They played leading qualifier Centerville and won the first two in the best three out of five baker games to go up 2-0. They couldn’t get to three, dropping the last baker game by 13 pins to lose 2-3 and finish 16th in the event.

“They are a veteran D1 team and we gave them all they wanted going down to the last two frames before they beat us,” said Coach Bob Black. “We just had too many open frames and beat ourselves. Overall I was proud of our girls as we fought back from an opening 717 team game to average about 810 for the tournament. If we are to become the team they want to be we have to make more consistent strike and spare shots. We certainly weren’t outclassed.”

Sam Stroupe 117=117
Eryn Binder 160-188-143=491
Kassidy Mahler 110-175-137=422
Alysia Zoeller 162-163-189=514
Reilly Wittman 168-148-179=495
Jozlyn Seamon 159-159=318

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Redskin bowlers take on the Tigers

Port Clinton Redskin bowlers traveled to Riverview Lanes in Huron Tuesday and split matches with the Tigers. The Lady Redskins won their first match of the season by a 2228-2015 score. They bowled games of 814-800 and 614 in 4 baker games. The Huron girls rolled 764-739 in 512 in baker.

Alysia Zoeller led the Lady Redskins with 185-169. Sam Stroupe rolled 161-159, Jozlyn Seamon 167-149 and Eryn Binder 160-155.

The Redskin boys trailed by 35 pins after game one, 874-839, but Huron turned on the second game winning by a 943-800 count winning the match 2626-2377.

Shelby Radloff led the Redskins 197-219. Kordell Blankenship added 182-160 and Cameron Bice 179-161.

The Redskins travel to Rossford Lanes Thursday to take on the Rossford Bulldogs.

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