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Oak Harbor-Genoa football tickets pre-sale

Pre-sale tickets for this Friday’s Genoa at Oak Harbor varsity football game are on sale at both high school Main Offices. Advance tickets cost $6 for adults and $4 for students while all tickets will be $6 at the gate on Friday night.  Fans are urged to purchase tickets in advance to avoid expected long lines at the gates before the game.

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Oak Harbor volleyball

Oak Harbor Varsity Volleyball Team lost in 3 Tuesday night to Huron, 12-25, 5-25, 13-25.  Athena Eli had 10 digs and 20 good serve receptions, Jordyn Thorp had 8 kills.  Kasey Sundermeier hit 100% (8 for 8) from the court providing the Rockets with 3 kills.  Emma Bergman had 5 assists and Annie Quisno had 6 assists.  The JV team lost in against Huron.  The 8th and 7th grade teams both defeated Huron in two.

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Redskin Pride t-Shirts on sale

The Port Clinton High School Class of 2017 is selling Redskin Pride t-shirts for Homecoming.  Orders can be placed until Thursday, Sept. 5. Each class at PCHS will have a special color to wear. Shirts for all other Redskin fans are Charcoal Gray. Cost for t-shirts are $10 each for sizes S thru 2XL and $13 for 3XL.   

Stop by the PCHS Main Office to place your order, or  order forms also available at www.pccsd.net.  Make checks payable to Port Clinton City Schools. All proceeds benefit the Class of 2017.

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Morning swim at PCHS

Port Clinton High School once again offers a morning swim for the community in the PCHS Natatorium.  Morning swim is held from 6:15-7:45 a.m., Monday thru Friday, when school is in session. Passes are required for this program and must be purchased prior to swimming. The charges help to cover the cost of lifeguards. Passes are  $100 for one semester, $200 for the year, and there is a new monthly pass for $22 per month. Passes are sold at the Port Clinton Board of Education Office, 811 S. Jefferson Street (East end of new middle school).

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OH pulls away from Brookside, 42-14

Oak Harbor's 42-14 victory over Sheffield Brookside was a little bit closer than the final score would indicate.

With the score tied at 7, the Rockets recovered a Cardinal fumble on the opening kickoff of the second half at the Brookside 25-yard-line and, on the ensuing play, Oak Harbor quarterback Cole Wieirch ran it in on a draw to push the lead to 13-7. Jourdan Maguire, who made all six of his extra-point attempts, pushed the lead to 14-7 and the Rockets held the lead from there.

But it didn't come without some drama.

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Danbury wins opener in a rout, 67-0

For the second consecutive year, the Danbury Lakers opened the season with a win over Open Door Christian Academy.

After defeating the Patriots by 43 points last season, Danbury, behind 307 yards rushing and six touchdowns (five rushing) from Cody German, beat ODCA, 67-0, to start the season 1-0.

“It was a good performance,” Danbury head coach Bryan Dudash said. “We handled our business and did what we needed to do.”

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A memorable Labor Day weekend on the north coast

 

Canons shot every hour on the hour on the shores of Lake Erie at Waterworks Park during the Bicentennial Celebration Photo by Jasmine Cupp

Labor Day weekend the festivities and celebrations of the Bicentennial of the Battle of Lake Erie brought together thousands of visitors and hundreds of volunteers; a number of spectacular ships and their crews; a flotilla of 2000 private boats of all kinds; America’s Band of the US Navy; TBDBITL from The Ohio State University; Grammy-nominated songstress Iris DeMent, Nashville entertainers Willis, Kelly and Rogers; a pirate or two; militia and naval re-enactors; and children of all ages.

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The Battle of Lake Erie, 2013

The Battle of Lake Erie 2013, 200 years after the original, had the same result. “We have met the enemy and they are ours. Two ships, two brigs, one schooner and one sloop,” said Commander Oliver Hazard Perry at 3 p.m. on Sept. 10, 1813, in the waters northwest of Put-in-Bay.

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