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Matthews Boat Company presentation by Bo…

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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

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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…

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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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Lady Redskin bowlers now 17-0, set scoring record with 2781

Port Clinton Lady Redskin bowlers notched their 17th consecutive win this season over Sandusky, setting a higher school record with their 2781 series.

The Lady Redskins were led by Reilly Wittman with two 247 games for a 494 set as the team had games of 967-935 and added 879 in baker.

Alysia Zoeller rolled 216-180 for 396, Eryn Binder 196-181 for 377, Kassidy Mahler rolled a 176 and Jozlyn Seamon a 170.

“We are very pleased with the girls’ performance today,” said Coach Bob Black. “It appears we are ready for the tournaments. All the girls bowled very well today. Reilly was really on, striking 17 out of 23 shots. She has a very strong release and she will get even better next year. Eryn Binder has also stepped up with her improvement and, of course, Alysia is always pretty strong.”

Sandusky’s boys rolled over the Redskins 2927-2522. Alex Camerato led with games of 192-209 for 401, Kordell Blankenship 234-160 for 394, Blaise Hoffman 163-149 for 312 and Shelby Radloff 129-172 for 301.

“Alex has really stepped up his game recently and is understanding how good he can be. Kordell is continuing to improve and is understanding what it takes. Blaise has also stepped up. I look forward to them playing bigger roles next year,” said Coach Black.

The Redskin girls will compete in the OHSAA Sectional at Star Lanes at the Harbor Friday at 5 p.m. The boys bowl Saturday at 11 a.m.


Port Clinton girls clinch SBC title outright

The Lady Redskins embrace after their win last week against Huron.

Behind a combined 39 points from Hannah Weaver and Emily Ashley, the Port Clinton Redskins defeated Edison, 69-49, and won the outright Sandusky Bay Conference title for the first time in school history. 

Holding a 29-21 lead at the half, Port Clinton, which improved to 19-2 and 10-1 in the SBC with the win, went on a 20-6 run in the third quarter to put the game away. With a 41-33 lead late in the third, Weaver connected on back-to-back three-pointers to push the lead to 47-33. 


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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