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Coach Beau Carmon selected to lead Redskins into new era of football

Port Clinton City School District announces the selection of Beau Carmon as the new Head Football Coach. Coach Carmon was selected from a field of over fifty highly qualified applicants to lead the Redskins into the new era of Port Clinton Football. The coach selection committee consisted of representatives from administration, parents and alumni.

Coach Carmon was previously a Head Coach at Fostoria City Schools and Defensive Coordinator at Tiffin Calvert. He was a player at Tiffin Columbian and went on to be a three-year letter winner at the University of Findlay, playing left tackle. In addition to his duties as Head Football Coach, Mr. Carmon will be a Health Teacher at Port Clinton Middle School.

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Port Clinton girls finish season with 19 wins

Behind a dominant performance from its defense, the Port Clinton Redskins defeated Huron, 46-19, to finish the season with a 19-3 record and a 12-2 mark in the Sandusky Bay Conference.

With 19 wins, Port Clinton has tied the previous record set when it went 19-4 in 1992-93. 

Hope Thorbahn led the 'Skins with 16 points in a game that saw them control the game from the very beginning.

Port Clinton 47, Fremont Ross 32

After struggling early and falling behind, 8-7, Port Clinton went on a 7-0 run to take the lead for good on its way to a 47-32 victory over Fremont Ross last week in non-conference action. 

Junior forward Tiffany Colston led the way with 22 points and 11 rebounds and Hope Thorbahn contributed 17 points.

The 'Skins will face the winner of the Perkins-Oak Harbor game on Saturday at 6:15 p.m. at Sandusky High School for a Div. II Sectional Title. Port Clinton has won all four its meetings with Perkins and Oak Harbor this season.

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Port Clinton boys win two over weekend

Port Clinton 62, Fostoria 51

Holding a 39-37 lead after three quarters, Port Clinton pulled away from Fostoria by outscoring the Redmen, 23-14, in the final period to claim victory, 62-51.

Trailing 20-19 after the first quarter, the ‘Skins outscored Fostoria, 9-7, in the second period to take a 28-27 lead at halftime.

The win moves Port Clinton to 5-14 overall, good for their second consecutive victory. The Redmen, which have lost 10 games in a row, are now 2-19.

Led by freshman Nathan Stubblefield, who had a game-high 15 points, the ‘Skins had four players finish in double figures. Kalib Shiets finished with 12 points and Brock Moore and Carter Rumball had 11 and 10 points, respectively. 

Fostoria was led by Adonis Cousin, who had 15 points. Dom Fuller and Hunter Abell also finished in doubles figures with 12 and 10 points, respectively.

 

Port Clinton 55, Edison 52

Trailing 52-51 with less than a minute to play, Port Clinton’s Nathan Stubblefield hit the game-winning shot on a sky hook from the baseline to give the ‘Skins the lead for good in their 55-52 win over Edison.

Stubblefield and Brock Moore finished with a game-high 15 points to lead Port Clinton. Moore helped get the ‘Skins going with 10 points in the first quarter and Stubblefield scored 12 points in the fourth as Port Clinton held off a furious rally by the Chargers.

The win helped the ‘Skins improve to 4-9 in the SBC while Edison dropped to 3-18 overall and 1-12 in the league.

This Friday, Port Clinton hosts Huron (16-5, 12-1 SBC), which is currently tied for first in the SBC. And, on Feb. 26, the ‘Skins face the Bellevue Redmen at 8 p.m. at Clay High School in Oregon in the Div. II Sectional Semifinal. Bellevue defeated Port Clinton, 68-47, on Jan. 7 and is 11-10 on the season. Should the ‘Skins defeat Bellevue, they’ll face the winner of the Perkins-Edison game at 6:15 p.m on Mar. 1 at Clay HS.

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Relay for Life fundraiser

Relay for Life is holding a fundraiser on Sunday, April 7, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Star Lanes at the Harbor, 311 Buckeye Blvd., Port Clinton. It is $100 to sponsor a lane, which provides the sponsor three hours of bowling for up to five persons. 

The proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society via the Relay For Life of Ottawa County. There will be raffles for the kids, a 50/50 for the adults and raffle and silent auction items. 

Contact Kathy Pratt at 419-967-0656 to reserve your lane early, as last year’s event was a sell-out.

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Ottawa Hills 38, Danbury 21

Trailing 16-12 at halftime, the Danbury Lakers were outscored, 8-0, in the third quarter as Ottawa Hills pulled away in its 38-21 victory.

Allie Dewire and Olivia Van Slooten led the Green Bears with seven points apiece and Michelle Healy chipped in with six.

With the win, Ottawa Hills finishes the regular season with a 11-9 record and a 9-5 mark in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference and the Lakers finish the year 10-12 and 9-5 in the TAAC, good for third place.

Stephanie Kukay led Danbury with five points and Lilly Kennedy, Megan Stephens and Erin Lavelle each finished with four points.

If the Lakers defeat St. Joseph CC, they'll face Cardinal Stritch on Saturday at Woodmore High School at 8 p.m for a Division IV Sectional Title.

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Oak Harbor girls dominate St. Mary

Oak Harbor 87, St. Mary CC 40

In one of its best performances of the season, the Oak Harbor Rockets defeated St. Mary CC, 87-40, to finish the regular season with a 15-7 overall record and an 8-6 mark in the Sandusky Bay Conference.

Led by seniors Abbie Gezo and Maria Boers, Oak Harbor took a 20-10 lead after one quarter and led 40-23 at halftime before outscoring the Panthers, 29-6, in the third period.

Boers led all scorers with 22 points, including four 3-pointers, and Gezo finished with 17. Freshman Andrea Cecil was second on the team with 19 points and senior point guard Makayla Carpenter scored 14 points, including two 3-pointers.

Dani Parish led SMCC with 10 points and Hannah Snow finished with eight points.

 

Oak Harbor 59, Lakota 25

The Rockets controlled this one throughout, taking a 16-4 lead after the first quarter before pushing the advantage to 36-8 at halftime.

Andrea Cecil led the way with 18 points and Abbie Gezo finished with 17.

Lakota, which dropped to 3-17 with the loss, was led by Katie Park, who had 14 points.

Oak Harbor faces Perkins on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Sandusky High School in the Division II Sectional Semifinals. If the Rockets defeat the Pirates, they'll face Port Clinton on Saturday at 6:15 p.m. at Sandusky High School.

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Oak Harbor boys defeat Danbury, 61-31

Behind a game-high 22 points from senior Greg Haar, Oak Harbor stormed out to a 20-6 lead after one quarter before defeating Danbury, 61-31, in non-conference action Saturday night.

After pushing the lead to 31-15 at the half, the Rockets pushed the lead 46-24 after three quarters before cruising to victory.

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Margaretta 50, Oak Harbor 37

 

Holding a 36-35 lead midway thru the fourth quarter, Margaretta proceeded to go on a 14-0 run to put the game away in their 50-37 defeat of Oak Harbor.

Led by center Austin Moore, who finished with 30 points and 13 rebounds, the Polar Bears were able to outlast the Rockets.

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Toledo Christian 79, Danbury 32

Facing one of northwest Ohio’s best teams, the Danbury Lakers fell, 79-32, to Toledo Christian last week.

The Eagles controlled things from the beginning, taking a 26-4 lead after one quarter before pushing the lead to 46-9 at the half.

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