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April 24: Arbor Day

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April 24: Arbor Day

City Tree Commission Chairman Larry Holman watching the Cub Scouts finish planting the tree at West End Park Friday. On Friday, April 24, at West End Park in the City of...

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New volunteer guardians complete Probate…

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New volunteer guardians complete Probate Court training

Back row left to right: Judge Kathleen Giesler, Katherine Withrow, Jim Adkins, Laura Hazel, Dianne Hartenburg, Jennifer Simpson, Volunteer Guardianship Coordinator, Front row: Linda Berhent, Brenda Hollensen and Susan Chaney.

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Port Clinton Touch of Class competes at …

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Port Clinton Touch of Class competes at national competition

Port Clinton High School Touch of Class was one of only 12 high school groups in the country to advance to the ICHSA Finals.  They traveled to New York City...

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Redskin bowlers split with Clyde

Port Clinton Redskin bowlers traveled to Plaza Lanes in Fremont Wednesday and split matches with the Clyde Fliers.

The Redskin boys continued their improvement hanging with the Clyde boys before falling 2768-2650.

“We are very happy with the way our boys’ team competed tonight,” said Coach Bob Black. “We had a slow start but once we got lined up we played pretty well. We got fairly close in baker but just couldn’t get close enough. Kordell and Alex continued to bowl well and Blaise had a 214 clean game. They are coming along and that bodes well for next year.”

Kordell Blankenship led the Redskins with 226-184 for 410. Blaise Hoffman rolled 166-214 for 380, Alex Camerato 173-177 for 350 and Shelby Radloff a 159.

The Lady Redskins defeated the Lady Fliers 2475-2159. Alysia Zoeller continued her outstanding bowling with 232-204 for 436 to lead the PC girls, now 16-0.

Eryn Binder rolled 220-160 for 380 and Sam Stroupe 149-178 for 327.

“Our girls didn’t have their usual focus tonight,” said Coach Black. “We had several girls who struggled to line up and we will have to correct that. They are having a great season to remember, but we can still improve and can’t lose sight of our goals.”

The Redskins’ next match is the final home contest Tuesday hosting Sandusky for senior night.

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Port Clinton Lady Redskins win first-ever SBC title

Lady Redskins after winning their SBC title.
Photos by Bill Migala

With as competitive as Port Clinton's been during Toby Bickel's 12-year tenure, it's a surprise that this was his first team to win a conference title. But what's even more impressive is that the Redskins' 45-39 victory over Huron on Saturday clinched the first Sandusky Bay Conference title for the program itself.

The victory over the Tigers, which came behind a game-high 19 points from Emily Ashley, saw Port Clinton improve to 18-2 overall and 9-1 in the SBC. With two league games remaining, the 'Skins are two games ahead of Clyde, which is 7-3 in the conference. If Port Clinton wins one of its final two games, both of which are road games against Edison and Clyde, it will win the league title outright.

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Redskin girls’ bowling take first at Tiffin Tournament

Port Clinton Lady Redskin bowlers won their fourth tournament of the season at Heritage Lanes in Tiffin Saturday, Feb. 7.

Port Clinton girls’ led the qualifier with a three game five baker game score of 3345, on games of 881-893-733 plus 838 in baker. There was a best of three game baker elimination format finals and the Lady Redskins defeated Eastwood 2-0 in the semi-finals and Willard 2-0 in the finals.

The girls previously won the Huron Baker Tournament, the Redskin Tournament and the Northern Ohio Bowling Conference Tournament where they are also League Champions.

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