Pirates dash Rocket’s playoff hopes

The Sandusky Bay Conference is noted for its physical play. Friday night was no exception as the Rockets and Pirates battled it out and while the Pirates lost their two starting backs to injury, they were able to prevail over the Rockets 13-7.


Lakers fall to Golden Bears

For what has seems to be a reoccurring theme for the Lakers in 2015, they once again faced a team with larger numbers on the sidelines and more experience on the field. This week not only did the Gibsonburg Golden Bears feature more numbers and experience, they also featured an undefeated record on its resume.


Redskins deliver second straight stunner

Play hard all four quarters. Photos by Cari Rogers.

The Port Clinton Redskins entering the season were looking for their first back to back winning seasons since the 1979 and 1980 campaigns. Coach Beau Carmon stated in the pre-season preview “to turn the corner we have to win big games on the road.” The SBC schedule obliged PC the chance to prove themselves by sending the ‘Skins on the road in weeks 6 through 8 against the three perennial SBC powers. When Nathan Stubblefield’s field goal sailed through the uprights with less than a second left it gave the Redskins a 31-28 victory, their back to back winning seasons, and it placed them alone atop the SBC standings.

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