Big plays carry Redskins to victory over rival Rockets 48-21

Port Clinton fans "We are PC". Photos by Cari Rogers

There was a lot of pre-game talk in the press box prior to the 83rd meeting between the Port Clinton Redskins and the Oak Harbor Rockets.  Bill Tuttamore of WPCR Radio suggested the game would be “PC lightning vs OH thunder.” The lightning came on the first play from scrimmage. The Redskins lined up QB Brandon Moore in the shotgun with Emerson Lowe to his right, Nathan Stubblefield to his left, and Aiden Rospert at split end wide to the left. Moore took the snap, handed to Stubblefield and he headed for the right sidelines. The All-Ohio back was quickly pursued by the Rocket defense, but before they could reach him Stubblefield pulled up and looked to throw the ball. The Rockets were so intent on stopping Stubblefield they were unaware of Rospert running a backside post all alone. Stubblefield threw a perfect strike to the streaking Rospert for a 64 yard touchdown only 14 seconds into the game.


Lakers fall in overtime heartbreaker 41-34

Danbury's Sam Tyson turns to catch this pass from quarterback Justin Tibbels against Toledo Christian. Photos by John Kozak

The Danbury Lakers season finale went down to the last play of the game before the contest was decided. Unfortunately the Toledo Christian Eagles prevailed and ended any long shot hopes of the Lakers making the OHSAA Playoffs.


Mayor Eberle lives up to football wager

Oak Harbor Mayor Bill Eberle accepted a wager with Port Clinton Mayor Vince Leone about the Redskins and Rockets rivalry game played on Friday, Oct. 30. Since the Redskins won the game, Mayor Eberle had to stand out front of Port Clinton High School in Redskins gear holding a sign with the score of the game.

Here Mayor Eberle (right) is pictured with Mayor Leone (left) in front of the Port Clinton High School Monday morning showing off the score of the game.

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