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Trey Gluth to play baseball at Ohio Wesleyan

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On Friday, May 10, Port Clinton Redskin senior Trey Gluth announced he will continue his education and baseball career at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio. He will follow in the Ohio Wesleyan footsteps of other notable Redskins such as Jay Wierzba, Eric Heise and Matt Rhode.

At Port Clinton High School Gluth earned three varsity letters in baseball, was on the All Sandusky Bay Conference 1st Team in 2012 and played for Post 83 Sandusky Legion baseball team in 2012. In football, Gluth also earned 3 varsity letters, was honorable mention All-SBC in 2012 and on the SBC All-Academic team in 2012.

Gluth was on the PCHS Leadership Council, 2012 Homecoming Court, assisted with youth baseball clinics and worked as a freshman mentor and a volunteer with United Way’s summer lunch program. He plans to major in history/education at Ohio Wesleyan.

 

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Summer activities at Port Clinton City Schools

The last day of school for Port Clinton City School District students is June 7. Even though students will no longer be in the classroom there are numerous summer activities taking place in the district. All the camp forms can be found on the district website www.pccsd.net under the Bulletin Board.

Champions for Children will once again be offering their Summer Enrichment Camps. There are nine one-week sessions beginning on June 17 and ending on August 16. The summer program offers child care from 7:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. with after-camp care available until 6 p.m. Participants will enjoy a wide range of activities and interesting camp themes, all this at an affordable rate provided by an award-winning program. Call Jackie Warnicke for more information at 419-261-7708 or download the Reservation Form at www.pccsd.net .

Port Clinton High School Coaches also offer a variety of summer camps and clinics: 

Redskin Boys Basketball Camp–June 11-14 in the PCHS Gym, 8:30 a.m.-noon, for boys entering grades 3-8. Registration cost is $40, two or more for $70. The camp is under the direction of Coach Troy Diels, who will be teaching the fundamentals of the game such as dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding, defense and teamwork.

Redskin Girls Basketball Camp–June 17-20 in the PCHS Gym, for girls entering grades 4,5 or 6 from 8 until 10 a.m., grades 7-9 from 10 a.m. until noon. Cost is $25 for Grades 4-6; $30 for grades 7-9. The goal is for the girls to have fun while learning the great game of basketball. Under the direction of Coach Toby Bickel.

Soccer Camp-June 17-21. Coach Paco Romero will host special summer clinics for children in grades kindergarten through eight. Cost is $30 per student, $55 for two family members, $80 for three or more family members. Grades K-2 will be held from 3–4 p.m; Grades 3-5 will be from 4–5 p.m. and grades 6-8 from 5– 6:30pm. Contact Coach Romero at 419-734-2147 for more information. Deadline for registration is June 3 in order to guarantee a camp T-shirt.

Piranhas Swim Team, under the supervision of PCHS Swim Coach Danny Diaz. Competitive swimming in the North Coast Summer Swim League with practices begin in June. For more information contact Danny Diaz at 419-734-2147 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Volleyball Camps- June 12-14 in the new Middle School Gym. Instructional setting for girls entering Grades 3-5 from 9-11 a.m. and Grades 6-8 from 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. The program is run by PC head volleyball coach Stephanie Meyer and staff. Cost is $30 per child (includes a t-shirt if registered by May 27).

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Graduation is the first milestone on KC’s path to success

Kayla Leigh Davis, who prefers to be called KC, has an exciting month ahead of her. She is finishing her senior year at Port Clinton High School and will be graduating with the Class of 2013.

KC lives in Port Clinton with her mom, Cris Magrum, and her dog Lilly. She is active in the county REC program, with her church and is looking forward to the Williams Syndrome Walk in Perrysburg. As a member of the Williams Syndrome community, KC has been active in the Toledo area group activities and camps.

This year has been a successful one for KC as she received Merit Honor Roll status and has enjoyed her final year of school. According to KC the best part of senior year was reading “The Hunger Games” in senior English.

Her future plans include a third summer working with the Bridges to Transition program for teens. For the past two summers she had been placed at Otterbein Living, a senior care facility and retirement community in Lakeside-Marblehead. She would like to have permanent placement there as KC has determined she would like a career in elder-care. KC has also been employed at Erie Islands Resort.

After graduation KC will be enrolling in college, seeking a degree in elder-care. She is still deciding on whether or not she will be on campus or taking courses online. KC is looking at either Firelands BGSU or Terra Community College. KC has a kind heart and loves working with older people and toddlers. Her sunny smile and ability to make people feel valued will ensure her success in the workplace. Best wishes to KC and congratulations on achieving this milestone.

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