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PC boys tennis defeat Huron

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Port Clinton Boys tennis took on Huron Monday in an SBC Conference match at Huron.  The Redskins prevailed and improved their record to 9-6 (6-4) with a 4-1 score.  Huron fell to 7-8.

The scores were as follows:

  • 1st Singles:  Matheus Rodrigues  (PC) def. Jake Guerrero (H) 6 - 0, 6 - 1
  • 2nd Singles:  Thomas Schneerdorfer (H) def. Leandro Papa (PC) 6 - 0, 6 - 1
  • 3rd Singles:  Ryan Norgard (PC) def. Patrick Dusza (H) 6 - 3, 7 - 6 (3)
  • 1st Doubles:  Matt Fillmore/Jeff Griffin (PC) def. Dakota Jones/Derrick Wray (H) 6 - 2, 6 - 2
  • 2nd Doubles:  Max Mercurio/Noah Cross (PC) def. Dylan Recard/Benji Battiste (H) 7 - 6 (5), 6 - 3

Coach Aaron Taylor: “Matheus went out and executed his game plan with perfection today, pushing past a very tough player in Jake.  Leandro stepped up to 2nd singles today due to our new doubles lineup and struggled with the hard hitting Thomas.  Ryan made his singles debut for this year and won a very hard fought victory.  Matt and Jeff continued their hot streak by putting away the 2nd Team SBCers Derrick and Dakota.  Max and Noah debuted together at 2nd doubles in preparation for sectionals and won a very close match.”

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Main Street Port Clinton announces the first annual Port Clinton Walleye Beer Fest on Thursday, May 23, 7-11p.m, in the Entertainment Tent at the 33rd anniversary of the Walleye Festival.  Over 100+beers from 20 breweries will be available for sampling that evening.  Local restaurant vendors will be pairing food with the beer. There will be live performances by the Last of the Wildmen and the Naked Bacon Band.

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Jodie McCallum at Ida Rupp for “Draw Me In” program

Following the success of the past 5 years, the 2013 "DRAW ME IN" children's book program will be offered again for future authors and illustrators. The young authors and illustrators will be supplied with two blank mock-up books, one for practice and one for finished presentation. Each student will also receive a pack of crayons to complete their book. This program is offered to residents or siblings of residents residing in Ottawa County by the Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council.

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