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Erie Ottawa International Airport holds …

21-12-2014 Hits:94 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Erie Ottawa International Airport holds annual banquet

Airport Manager Stan Gebhardt presenting the Employee of the Year Award to Denny Mitchell. Erie Ottawa International Airport of Port Clinton (PCW) held their fourth annual banquet Wednesday evening at the...

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Peer Partners at R.C. Waters

21-12-2014 Hits:39 Schools  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Peer Partners at R.C. Waters

Peer Partners at R. C Waters Elementary School: On the right is Chelsea Arden, kindergartener, and at left is Abby Hutton, second grader.   The kindergarten and second grade classrooms at...

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Amerine and Coats Red Cross volunteers o…

21-12-2014 Hits:40 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Amerine and Coats Red Cross volunteers of the year 

Red Cross volunteer of the year Larry Coats with Major Gifts Officer Beth Leggett. Local American Red Cross volunteers were recognized recently at a holiday gathering at the home of Deena...

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PCHS girls’ season ends with loss

Despite setting a program record with 21 victories and winning its first sectional title in seven years, the Port Clinton Redskins’ season came to an end Saturday when they fell, 68-40, to Toledo Rogers in the Division II District Final at Lake High School.

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St. Paul 84, Danbury 35

Behind a first-quarter scoring outburst that saw them put 34 points on the board, the St. Paul Flyers defeated Danbury, 84-35, to win the Division IV Sectional Semifinal last week at Norwalk High School.

In the first quarter, St. Paul shot 15-of-18, including 4-of-6 from the three-point line to build a 34-10 lead that was pushed to 49-20 at the half.

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Clyde 54, Oak Harbor 51

In a game that saw momentum switch hands a number of times in the second half, Clyde managed to weather the storm and answer every Oak Harbor rally to edge the Rockets, 54-51, in the Division II Sectional Semifinals at Clay High School.

Down 45-35 midway thru the fourth quarter, the Rockets staged a rally that started with a three-pointer by A.J. Cecil and ended with a Greg Haar triple to cut the deficit to 47-43 with 2:30 remaining.

After some back-and-forth possessions that didn’t net any points, Paul Cullen hit what appeared to be the dagger, connecting on a three-pointer out of the left corner with 1:01 remaining.

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