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Nor’easter flooding

02-06-2015 Hits:584

Nor’easter flooding

Port Clinton Police Officer Ellis Fuiava checking out conditions at Waterworks Park on Sunday. Photo by Bob and Cathy Adorni.

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Oak Harbor High School Class of 2015

01-06-2015 Hits:138

Oak Harbor High School Class of 2015

On Sunday, May 31, Oak Harbor Seniors sat in their school gym and listened for each of their names to be called to receive their graduation diploma.  Everyone in attendance...

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Our Kids graduate from PCHS

31-05-2015 Hits:483

Our Kids graduate from PCHS

On Saturday, May 30, Port Clinton High School held its 131st annual commencement for the Class of 2015. Due to the construction of the new athletic complex, graduation, for the...

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Lady Redskin bowlers finish season undefeated

Port Clinton’s Lady Redskin bowlers completed an undefeated regular season (18-0, 12-0 in NOBC) by defeating Woodmore at Tri County Bowl Monday 2504-2116.

“They did it!” said Coach Bob Black. “I’m very happy for them and glad now that we can concentrate on districts and hopefully state. This is a tremendous achievement to go undefeated because ours is a short format and a few frames and breaks either way can change a win into a loss. Now we have to recharge, touch up some areas and get excited as a team for districts.”

Reilly Wittman led the Lady Redskins with games of 205-192 for a 397 series. Jozlyn Seamon added 159-189 for 348. Eryn Binder 140-204 for 344, Sam Stroupe 148-155 and Alysia Zoeller 158-142 for 300. Other team members are Katelyn Chapman, Kassidy Mahler, Morgan Wojciechowski and Jordan Gresh.

The Woodmore boys defeated the Redskins 2650-2436.

Kordell Blankenship led the Redskins with 192-187 for 379, senior captain Shelby Radloff 175-159 for 334, Nathan Stubblefield 176-146 for 322, Alex Camerato 160-157 for 317, Trenton Williams 147 and Blaise Hoffman 140.

“I remember a total of 2054 our second match,” said Coach Mike Wittman. “These players have worked and improved so much since then with 2500s and a couple of 2600s recently. They need more commitment on consistency and spares. With off season work they could be pretty competitive next year.

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Zoeller’s record 632 leads Redskin ladies to sectional championship

Front row: Samantha Stroupe, Jozlyn Seamon, Katelyn Chapman. Back row: Coach Bob Black, Reilly Wittman, Alysia Zoeller, Eryn Binder, Kassidy Mahler, Coach Mike Wittman.

Port Clinton’s Alysia Zoeller returned from competing in the district swim meet to lead the Lady Redskins to their second consecutive sectional bowling championship at Star Lanes at the Harbor Friday, February 20.

Zoeller, averaging 190, rolled games 233-153-246 for a school record 632 series and tournament medalist.

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Redskin bowlers split with Clyde

Port Clinton Redskin bowlers traveled to Plaza Lanes in Fremont Wednesday and split matches with the Clyde Fliers.

The Redskin boys continued their improvement hanging with the Clyde boys before falling 2768-2650.

“We are very happy with the way our boys’ team competed tonight,” said Coach Bob Black. “We had a slow start but once we got lined up we played pretty well. We got fairly close in baker but just couldn’t get close enough. Kordell and Alex continued to bowl well and Blaise had a 214 clean game. They are coming along and that bodes well for next year.”

Kordell Blankenship led the Redskins with 226-184 for 410. Blaise Hoffman rolled 166-214 for 380, Alex Camerato 173-177 for 350 and Shelby Radloff a 159.

The Lady Redskins defeated the Lady Fliers 2475-2159. Alysia Zoeller continued her outstanding bowling with 232-204 for 436 to lead the PC girls, now 16-0.

Eryn Binder rolled 220-160 for 380 and Sam Stroupe 149-178 for 327.

“Our girls didn’t have their usual focus tonight,” said Coach Black. “We had several girls who struggled to line up and we will have to correct that. They are having a great season to remember, but we can still improve and can’t lose sight of our goals.”

The Redskins’ next match is the final home contest Tuesday hosting Sandusky for senior night.

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