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Danbury boys fall to Lakota, Gibsonburg

Ultimately, a poor performance in the first quarter did Danbury in as they fell, 57-45, to Lakota in non-conference action last weekend.The Raiders took an 11-0 lead after the first quarter and used that to their advantage to defeat the Lakers. James Dorko and Hunter Stinchcomb led Danbury (2-11) with…
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Port Clinton boys edge Oak Harbor, 51-46

PC's Nathan Stubblefield drives the lane against Oak Harbor last Friday The Redskins jumped out to a 21-10 lead after the first quarter before an injury to Nathan Stubblefield allowed the Rockets to get back into the game. Oak Harbor outscored Port Clinton, 12-4, in the second quarter to cut…
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PC girls beat St. Mary CC, 56-31

Emily Ashley leads the pack to score The ‘Skins controlled this one throughout in their defeat of the winless Panthers. Port Clinton, which is now 11-3 overall and 7-2 in the SBC, got 12 points apiece from Tiffany Colston and Emily Ashley, nine points from Hannah Weaver and seven from…
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PC lady bowlers go to 12-0 for the season

Port Clinton bowlers played host to Woodmore at Star Lanes at the Harbor Friday, Jan. 17, and emerged victorious in both matches. The Lady Redskins, led by Alysia Zoeller’s 175-187, improved to 12-0 with a 2442-1996 win over Woodmore. Kassidy Mahler rolled games of 168-161, Reilly Wittman 156-171, Eryn Binder…
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Danbury girls rebound to get to 6-5

Danbury's Alyssa Almendinger brings the ball to the edge of the key against Gibsonburg's Danielle Fork. Photo by John Kozak Behind a combined 26 points from Erin Lavelle and Stephanie Kukay, the Danbury Lakers defeated Emmanuel Christian, 52-27, to notch their third straight victory. The win, which put Danbury at…
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Danbury boys defeat Northwood

The Lakers steadily built their lead in the first half before breaking the game open in the third quarter, defeating Northwood, 47-19, in Toledo Area Athletic Conference action last weekend. Danbury, which improved to 2-9 overall and 1-4 in the TAAC, led 10-6 after the first quarter and 16-10 at…
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