Menu

Tryouts coming up for Braves cheerleaders

Attention all current fourth- and fifth-grade students: Port Clinton Pee Wee Braves cheerleading tryouts for the fall 2012 football season will be at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 5, at the Port Clinton Middle School.A mandatory informational meeting for students and parents will be held at Ida Rupp Public Library at…
Read more...

Redskins lose final game

The Port Clinton Redskins lost their final game of the regular season Friday night at Clyde, losing their last 6 games of the season. Clyde secured second place in the Sandusky Bay Conference with the win, while Perkins went 12-0 in the SBC to win the title. Port Clinton played…
Read more...

Lady Rockets lose in Sectional

Bellevue 49 — OHHS 34The Bellevue Lady Red used a 17-8 surge in the second quarter to pull away and sustain control in their 49-34 victory over Oak Harbor in the Division II Sectional Finals.With an 11-9 lead following the first quarter, Bellevue, which improved to 17-4 with the win,…
Read more...

Danbury girls fall in semifinal

SMCC 46 — DHS 36St. Mary Central Catholic used an 18-11 advantage in the fourth quarter to pull away from Danbury on its way to a 46-36 win in the Division IV Sectional Semifinals.The Panthers had a small lead for the first three quarters, leading 21-17 at halftime and 28-25…
Read more...

PC Swimmers 11th at State

For five years or so, Port Clinton swimming, particularly on the ladies’ side of the ledger, has been about MacKenzie Stewart. This year, the former State Champion had company on the podium in the person of Cheyenne Meek. Stewart finished her swimming career at Port Clinton in fine style, claiming…
Read more...

Rocket wrestlers headed to state

 Three Oak Harbor Rocket wrestlers made it out of the District “meat-grinder” to advance to this weekend’s State Wrestling Tournament in Columbus. The District tournament is normally a tough one, but was made much tougher by the addition of State and National power St. Paris Graham to the Marion District…
Read more...

Bowlers headed to state tourney

Port Clinton's varsity boys bowlers finished third at the OHSAA NW District Tournament at Interstate Lanes in Rossford Friday to advance to the Ohio state finals at Wayne Web’s Bowl in Columbus at 11 a.m. Friday.
Read more...