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Last Art Walk of the season offers music, art and costume making

A “Goblin’s Ball” will invade downtown Port Clinton Thursday, Oct. 23, with 35 artists, special costume-making activities for families, and musicians “haunting” the streets, businesses and nightspots during the final Art Walk of 2014. The free family-friendly downtown art celebration features artists, live music and galleries, restaurants and other businesses taking part on the fourth Thursday of each month, from 5-8 p.m.

Families who visit the complimentary Costume Tent on Madison Street will have an opportunity to fashion a mask and patch together a costume out of recycled materials and art supplies. The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council (GPCAAC) will have a limited supply of masks and materials for kids to customize their own mask, and Lake Erie Adventure Play (LEAP) will have recycled cardboard, containers and donated fabric to unleash some creative costumes for Halloween. “My fondest memories of Halloween were coming up with fun ideas for costumes and then figuring out how to make it,” said GPCAAC President Carol Morgan.

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Huron defeats Port Clinton, 20-7

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Redskin running back Emerson Lowe break away from a Huron defender.
Photos by Bill Migala.

After experiencing so much success in recent weeks, Port Clinton lost for the second time this season, falling, 20-7, to Huron on Friday night at True-Lay Stadium.

The Tigers, currently alone in first place in the Sandusky Bay Conference, fell behind 7-0 before scoring 20 unanswered points to get the win. 

Huron is now 7-0 and 4-0 in the SBC, and the Redskins are now 6-2 overall and 2-2 in the league. Port Clinton is now ranked fifth in the Division IV, Region 12 Standings with 14.03 points.

Tristen Mallory hauls down a Huron ball carrier Friday night.

The Tigers, which employ a spread offense and is known for passing the ball, accumulated 335 yards of total offense, but 258 came on the ground Huron established control at the line of scrimmage. Running back Kyle Kovach led the way, running for 108 yards and scoring three touchdowns while Danzell Harris rushed 14 times for 93 yards. In fact, Tigers quarterback Kyle Kovach attempted only nine passes on the night, completing five of them for 81 yards. 

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PCMS announces Students of the Month for October

Left to Right:  Dailee Terry, Chaz Jackson, and Reahanna Summerland, Port Clinton Middle School Students of the Month for October. 

Port Clinton Middle School recently announced the Students of the Month for October 2014 are Reahanna Summerland, Chaz Jackson, and Dailee Terry.

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