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Main Street Port Clinton names award rec…

27-02-2015 Hits:104 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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Lake Erie, even when frozen, calls to fi…

26-02-2015 Hits:725 Ottawa Outdoors  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Lake Erie, even when frozen, calls to fishermen

  Photo submitted by Brian Thomas. Looking out onto the lake on a clear day, little dots are spread across the horizon line. Ice fisherman have made their shanty villages. This is...

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Burning Snowman makes Port Clinton a hot…

26-02-2015 Hits:367 Entertainment  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Burning Snowman makes Port Clinton a hot destination this weekend

They wanna build a snowman. Matt Ritter and Lenny Kromer build the frame for the 20’ tall snowman that will go up in flame this Saturday at Lagoon Saloon. Burning Snowman...

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Port Clinton boys headed back to Canton for state meet

Ty Gallogly, PCHS senior who has broken three school records.

By Hayley Saneholtz, PCHS assistant swim coach

Ty Gallogly had goals for himself heading into the district swim meet and he far exceeded those goals.  Gallogly, a senior, set three school records on Saturday at the Northwest Ohio District swim meet at Bowling Green.  

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Cline to continue his football career at Capital University

Port Clinton senior Andrew Cline in a game from last season. Cline, who was instrumental in leading the Redskins to a 7-4 season and a spot in the playoffs last season, has committed to play football at Capital University next fall.

When Andrew Cline wasn't quite sure on where he should attend college, he sought advice from a friend. 

She told Cline to go with his gut, and he did. Now, he feels like he's made a good decision.

Recently, Cline, a Port Clinton senior, chose to take the advice of Mackenzie Stine and went with his gut feeling, committing to play football at Capital University. 

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Port Clinton beats Fostoria to end skid

After watching an eight-point lead evaporate in the closing minutes, Port Clinton rebounded to defeat Fostoria, 51-48, and bring its seven-game winning streak to a halt.

After seeing their 43-35 lead become a 48-47 deficit on Kaleb Bemis' layup with 2:04 left to play, the Redskins rebounded, taking the lead for good at 49-48 when Joe Brenner scored inside off a pass from Ben Mueller with 30 seconds remaining before Carter Rumball's two free throws pushed the advantage to 51-48. Bemis' three-point attempt at the buzzer hit the back iron, clinching the victory for Port Clinton.

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