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Lady Redskins win Northern Ohio Bowling Conference Tournament

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Port Clinton's Lady Redskins won the Northern Ohio Bowling Conference Tournament Saturday at Rossford Lanes in Rossford. On a blended lane condition challenging the players, the Lady Redskins rolled games of 764-711 and a tournament high 806, and then added 822 in Baker Games to total 3103, outscoring the Eastwood Lady Eagles by over 100 pins. 

Alysia Zoeller led the Lady 'Skins with games of 190-141-174 for a 505 series. She placed 3rd on the All Tournament Team and won a $50 scholarship. Reilly Wittman rolled 137-164-179 for a 480 series and was the 5th member of the All-Tournament Team. 

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PC Bowlers sweep Tiffin Columbian Tornados Jan. 10

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Port Clinton Redskins bowlers swept the Tiffin Columbian Tornados in a match at Star Lanes at the Harbor on Friday.

The Lady Redskins remained undefeated at 8-0 winning 2441-1590. The Redskin boys won their first in great fashion 2992-2634 over the Tiffin boys.

A very happy Coach Black said, “We are very pleased with the performances of both teams and all the players tonight. The boys finally won with a great series and 3 over 450 series. The girls bowled very well getting over 2400. I think they are both ready for our conference tournament in Rossford.”

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Bird conservation groups announce intention to sue over wind turbine

Photo by Jasmine Cupp

The Ohio National Guard facility at Camp Perry, near Port Clinton, is the focus of possible legal action by American Bird Conservancy (ABC), a leading national bird conservation organization, and Ohio’s Black Swamp Bird Observatory (BSBO), which today announced the intention to sue the Ohio National Guard in connection with violations of the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) and other federal laws concerning the planned installation of a wind turbine on the shores of Lake Erie.

The two groups announced their intention to sue via a letter sent by the Washington, D.C.-based public interest law firm of Meyer Glitzenstein & Crystal (MGC), stating that the environmental review process was unlawfully circumvented, and that the development is taking place in violation of the Endangered Species Act, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, and the National Environmental Policy Act.

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