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Kontak named District Co-Coach of the Year

After leading the Oak Harbor Rockets to a 20-5 record, a spot in the Division III District Finals and a second-place finish in the Sandusky Bay Conference, Tom Kontak was named the Associated Press District 7 Co-Coach of the Year. Kontak, who shared the honor with Liberty-Benton’s Nate Irwin, was…
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Redskin athletes compete at Power Lifting Meet

Redskin athletes who attended the South Central Power Lifting Meet: Row 1, left to right: Jesse Escobedo, Jake Depner, Cole Araguz, Alec Ochs, Emerson Lowe; Row 2: Keegan Lowe, Collin Salyers, Aiden Rospert, Jack Warner, Trenton Williams On Saturday, Feb. 22, ten Port Clinton High School student athletes participated in…
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Spring Training Day for PC youth baseball & softball

The Spring Training Camps are scheduled for all registrants in the Port Clinton Youth Baseball and Softball Association Program. Girls Softball Spring Training Day Camp is Sunday, March 9, in the Port Clinton High School Main Gym. North Coast Travel League is noon–1:30pm; 11 and Under House League is 1:30–3…
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Oak Harbor girls fall in district finals in heartbreaking fashion

Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good. Bucyrus Wynford found that out on Saturday. In a back-and-forth game that featured two ties and three lead changes in the closing minutes, Oak Harbor girls lost, 40-37, when Wynford’s Meghan Harrer’s desperation three-pointer at the buzzer gave the Royals the victory…
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Oak Harbor defeats Port Clinton in sectional semifinal

Oak Harbor 56, Port Clinton 45 A few days before playing Clyde, Oak Harbor defeated Port Clinton, 56-45, in the sectional semifinal. The Rockets, who lost to the Redskins both times in the regular season, jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. Oak Harbor took a 15-5…
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Oak Harbor boys fall to Clyde in sectional final

Despite jumping out to an early lead behind a great defensive effort, the Oak Harbor Rockets boys relinquished their lead early in the fourth quarter before falling, 44-34, to Clyde, in the Division II Sectional Final last weekend. Oak Harbor (7-17) held a 9-1 lead midway thru the second quarter…
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Carey ends Danbury’s season at districts

After winning their first sectional title in six years, the Danbury girls basketball team’s run came to an end in the Division IV District Semifinals with a 72-20 loss to No. 1 seed Carey. The Blue Devils (21-2) were too much for the Lakers, who fell behind, 20-3, after the…
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