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Black and Tamburrino finish 3rd in JTBA doubles

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Two of the area’s best high school bowlers teamed up to finish 3rd in the Junior Tournament Bowlers Association Doubles event at Rebman’s Recreation in Lorain Sunday.

Port Clinton’s Sean Black led the team with games of 237-236-233-233-265-205 for a 1409 total, 2nd best individual score. Perkin's Maxx Tamburrino added 160-237-268-187-244-269 for 1365 as the duo qualified 2nd out of 60 teams.

They won their first Baker match vs. Jones & Montgomery from Ravenna, Oh 248-205 and 208-160.

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Port Clinton Boys Shut Out Edison

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Port Clinton Boys tennis took on Edison Tuesday in a SBC match at Edison.  The Redskins improved their record to 4 - 1 and 1-0 in the SBC with a 3 - 0 victory over the Chargers, who fell to 1 - 5 (0 - 2) 

Mattheus won a quick match and played excellent tennis today.  Noah also played very well with a strong win over a very sound opponent.  Matt and Jeff teamed up to pick up a nice win, they really got the ball rolling in the second set with excellent play and strategy.  The rest of the matches were not finished when rain came to Milan, which washed out 3rd Singles, 2nd Doubles, and all JV matches.

Singles: Matheus Rodrigues  (PC) def. Chris Westfall (E) 6 - 0, 6 – 0, Noah Cross (PC) def. Carl Riems (E) 6 - 2, 6 – 1Doubles:  Matt Fillmore/Jeff Griffin (PC) def. Colin Lombardi/Nate Meredith (E) 6 - 3, 6 - 1

 

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The healing of Lake Erie

On Friday, April 12, the National Wildlife Federation hosted a Forum on Lake Erie, held at the Lake Erie Shores and Islands Welcome Center in Port Clinton. Presenters were Frank Szollosi of National Wildlife Federation (NWF) Regional office in Ann Arbor; Dr. Thomas Bridgeman, University of Toledo scientist with the Lake Erie Center; and Sandy Bihn, Lake Erie Water Keeper.

The importance of Lake Erie

Lake Erie is facing a new set of challenges, which can be addressed if groups at all levels continue to work together.  Your actions can help.

This was the take-home message from a Lake Erie Forum hosted by the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) on Friday April 12 at the Lake Erie Shores and Islands Welcome Center in Port Clinton.

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