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Matthews Boat Company presentation by Bo…

28-02-2015 Hits:211 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Matthews Boat Company presentation by Bob Reynolds

In 1890, Scott J. Matthews founded the Matthews Boat Company in Bascom, Ohio.  Fifteen years later, in 1900, Matthews designed and built a 70-foot yacht.  This vessel was capable of...

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PC Chamber award nominees announced

28-02-2015 Hits:133 Business  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

PC Chamber award nominees announced

  The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce is announcing the 2014 chamber award nominees. The nominees were selected by members of the Port Clinton Area Chamber and then narrowed down...

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Main Street Port Clinton names award rec…

27-02-2015 Hits:143 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Main Street Port Clinton names award recipients

Main Street Port Clinton is proud to announce the 2014 Volunteer of the Year is Dana Bacak-Lynd and the 2014 Business of the Year is the Clinton House.   Each year...

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Danbury looks to get over the hump

Photo by John Kozak

Last season, the Danbury Lakers struggled to a 3-7 season, but were quite close to going 5-5, losing two games in gut-wrenching fashion. This year, head coach Bryan Dudash is hoping his offense can continue to put up points and that the defense can improve and hold its opponents in check.

The defense, more than anything, will be instrumental to Danbury’s success this year as the Lakers trying to establish themselves as one of the top teams in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference. For the past three years, Danbury has been able to consistently put up points, but it’s been defensively where they’ve struggled.

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Rockets hope new-look offense will lift them to new heights

Photo courtesy of Woodard Photography

After going 20-10 over a three-year span from 2010-12, the Oak Harbor Rockets regressed last season, finishing 5-5, but there are reasons to believe that Oak Harbor can bounce back this year. 

The team returns 14 starters and is led by a versatile group of 16 seniors that features a combination of strong, imposing lineman as athletes that are capable of making big plays. Head coach Mike May is hoping that the new offense he’s installed will allow his backs and receivers to get out into space and wreak havoc on the defense.

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Redskins hope last year’s experience pays off

Photos by John Schaffner

If experience is as important of a teacher as some people suggest it is, the Port Clinton Redskins should get benefit from the growing pains they endured in 2013.

Last season, Port Clinton played a plethora of underclassmen and struggled to an 0-10 season, but they did accomplish some things along the way. They were able to get a lot of their younger players experience while seeing the potential in some star players like Nathan Stubblefield, Brandon Moore and Emerson Lowe.

With 20 returning starters, 11 on offense and nine on defense, the ‘Skins are primed for a turnaround. 

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