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OHHS presents Damn Yankees

28-03-2015 Hits:207 Schools  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

OHHS presents Damn Yankees

Oak Harbor High School is presenting Damn Yankees for their spring musical. The musical stars Ryan Johnson as Joe Hardy, Cora Roob as Lola, Trevor Sievert as Mr. Applegate, Erica...

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ICS Art Club makes Lenten crosses

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ICS Art Club makes Lenten crosses

If one were to step into Mrs. Joni Hoffman’s classroom on the afternoon of the art teachers monthly art club, it is a fury of activity and excitement.  The students...

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March 25, 2015: Monie Griesser Day

27-03-2015 Hits:224 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

March 25, 2015: Monie Griesser Day

Monie (middle) posing with President Pro-Tem John Starcher (right) and Marblehead Mayor Jackie Bird (left). On Monday evening, Village of Marblehead Mayor Jackie Bird presented Monie Griesser with a proclamation declaring...

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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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Redskin girls win NOBC Conference Bowling Tournament

Port Clinton’s undefeated girls bowling team added the Northern Ohio Bowling Conference title to their previous title by nearly 500 pins over Rossford Friday night at Tri County Bowl in Woodville.

 

The girls rolled games of 861-804-school record 968 and added 940 in baker for their winning 3742 total.

Alysia Zoeller and Reilly Wittman made the All-Tournament Team with series of 598 and 562; Zoeller 184-183-231 and Wittman 191-183-188. Eryn Binder added 165-150-201 for 516 and Jozlyn Seamon 185-160-156 for 501. Sam Stroupe added a 192 game. Other team members include Kassidy Mahler, Katelyn Chapman and Morgan Wojchiekowski.

 

“Most of these girls have worked really hard since 7th grade to earn the success they are enjoying now,” said Coach Bob Black. “This year they have continued their tremendous improvement. We are going to work hard to keep them at this level through the upcoming tournaments.”

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Lady Redskins champions of the Redskin Bowling Tournament

L to R: Kneeling: Morgan Wojciechowski, Sam Stroupe, Jozlyn Seamon. Standing: Katelyn Chapman, Alysia Zoeller, Kassidy Mahler, Eryn Binder, Reilly, Wittman. Back: Coach Bob Black and Coach Mike Wittman.

The Redskin girls and the Olmsted Falls boys emerged as champions of the Redskin Bowling Tournament held at Star Lanes at the Harbor in Port Clinton on Saturday, January 24. Forty five high school bowling teams from around Ohio participated in the tournament.

Reilly Wittman led the Redskins with a 553 series (152-219-182) to earn All-Tournament Team Honors third and Alysia Zoeller 552 (188-170-194) for All-Tournament Team fourth. Sam Stroupe was seventh with a 519 series, Jozlyn Seamon eleventh with 495 and Eryn Binder was thirteenth with 490.

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