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Port Clinton Council takes trip to Wooster

On Saturday, Feb. 15, the Port Clinton City Council took a fact-finding field trip to Wooster to see work that Washington Properties has done, to talk to people of Wooster and to talk with Main Street Wooster to see suggestions they have on what worked for their community. Washington Properties is discussing the renovation of select buildings in downtown Port Clinton and the development of Waterworks Park.

In attendance were Mike Snider (Council at Large), Nicole DeFreitas (Council at Large), Jerry Tarolli (Ward 2), Margaret Phillips (Ward 3), Gabe Below (Ward 4), and Lisa Sarty (Nominated Council). Ron Aukerman of Ward 1 was excused from the trip due to an illness.

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Zoeller and Binder lead Port Clinton lady bowlers to championship

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Port Clinton’s Lady Redskin Bowlers traveled to Tri County Bowl in Woodville Monday and rolled over the Gibsonburg Ladies, 2446-2196, to win the Northern Ohio Bowling Conference Championship. The Lady ‘Skins set a school record at 19-2 on the season. They were 13-2 in Conference action, breaking a tie with Eastwood by winning 2 of the 3 head to head matches. They also won the NOBC Tournament and OHSAA NW District Sectional Tournament. 

Alysia Zoeller led the Lady ‘Skins with a 191 game and a 340 two game series. Eryn Binder rolled 189-329, and Samantha Stroupe, 162-316. The other team members are Kassidy Mahler, Reilly Wittman, Jozlynn Seamon and Katelyn Chapman. 

The team will compete in the OHSAA NW District Tournament at Westgate Lanes in Lima Saturday at 10 a.m. The top 4 teams advance to the State Finals in Columbus. 

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Port Clinton boys defeat Fostoria, 72-52

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Holding a one-point lead heading into the second quarter, the Port Clinton Redskins grabbed control against Fostoria by winning the middle two quarters by a 13-point margin to win, 72-52, in non-conference action last weekend. 

Leading13-12 after one quarter, Port Clinton (7-12) outscored the Redmen 43-30 in the second and third quarter to blow the game open.

Nathan Stubblefield led all scorers with 23 points, 19 of which came in the first half. Carter Rumball scored 12 points and Tytan Rumball and Stefan Daniels finished with 10 points apiece. Kagen Brown had 11 points to lead Fostoria, and Hunter Abell chipped in with eight points.

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