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Squirt Gun Run kicks PC July 4 off with …

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Squirt Gun Run kicks PC July 4 off with a boom

Star Spangled Squirt Gun Run coordinator Gabe DeFreitas sounds the horn and takes off as runners start the race. On July 4 at 9 a.m. nearly 350 runners took to the...

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Salvation Army’s Camp NEOSA

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Salvation Army’s Camp NEOSA

On June 24, fifty five children from Ottawa County got up early, loaded up on a chartered bus filled with snacks and movies and headed to Camp NEOSA in Carrollton...

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Lake Erie harmful algal bloom projection

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Lake Erie harmful algal bloom projection

Highest discharge yet recorded for the Maumee River On Monday, June 29, the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science and the National Center for Water Quality Research released their seventh projection...

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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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Redskin girls’ bowling take first at Tiffin Tournament

Port Clinton Lady Redskin bowlers won their fourth tournament of the season at Heritage Lanes in Tiffin Saturday, Feb. 7.

Port Clinton girls’ led the qualifier with a three game five baker game score of 3345, on games of 881-893-733 plus 838 in baker. There was a best of three game baker elimination format finals and the Lady Redskins defeated Eastwood 2-0 in the semi-finals and Willard 2-0 in the finals.

The girls previously won the Huron Baker Tournament, the Redskin Tournament and the Northern Ohio Bowling Conference Tournament where they are also League Champions.

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Redskin bowlers split with Perkins

Port Clinton girls’ undefeated bowling team (14-0) continued rolling over opponents defeating Perkins 2502-2096 at Cedar Lanes Friday, Feb. 6.

Alysia Zoeller led the Lady Redskins with games of 183-225 for a 408 set. Jozlyn Seamon rolled 164-213 for 377 and Reilly Wittman 183-170 for 353.

“Our girls weren’t as sharp as we’d like today,” said Coach Bob Black. “We hit the pocket strong but our mistakes were splits. Now is not the time for off nights with the tournaments coming up. Alysia continued her outstanding bowling. Jozlyn has been doing very well since she corrected her release and Reilly has the right release and ball speed to throw a lot of strikes.”

With the boys’ team, the Pirates used a 941 baker set to out bowl the Redskins 2705-2548.

Kordell Blankenship led the Redskins with 178-248 for a 426 set. Alex Camerato rolled 144-189 for 333. Blaise Hoffman rolled a 162, Trenton Williams a 157 and Shelby Radloff a 154.

“Kordell has bowled very well our last two matches which we were hoping for earlier,” said Coach Black. “He is learning that he must play the game right now just try to overpower the lanes every time. Alex has the ability to be a very good player if he matures and learns to focus more. Blaise has been working and giving us some good games, as has Shelby. And we are happy with our new players Trenton Williams and Nathan Stubblefield and we think they will become good players next year.”

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