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Port Clinton garage sale permit

03-05-2015 Hits:148 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Port Clinton garage sale permit

New to the 2015 garage sale season is the need for a City of Port Clinton garage sale permit per Chapter 707 of the Codified Ordinances of the City. An...

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PCCS featured in statewide magazine 

03-05-2015 Hits:66 Schools  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

PCCS featured in statewide magazine 

David Belden, PCCS Board of Education President, with the kindergarten class. The Port Clinton City School District is highlighted in the latest issue of the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Journal...

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2015 OSS billboard contest

02-05-2015 Hits:78 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

2015 OSS billboard contest

Ottawa, Sandusky and Seneca County fifth grade students had the opportunity to participate in the OSS Solid Waste District’s billboard contest. The contest is run annually and the billboards will...

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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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Redskin bowling girls 11-0, roll over Gibsonburg

In action at Star Lanes at the Harbor Thursday, Jan. 22, the Lady Redskin bowlers advanced to 11-0 on the season, 9-0 in NOBC play as they won over Gibsonburg 2631-1925.

Eryn Binder and Reilly Wittman tied for medalist honors with 393 sets. Eryn with games of 204-189 and Reilly with games of 205-188. Jozlyn Seamon rolled games of 179-172 for a 351 set and Sam Stroupe 155-185 for 340. Kassidy Mahler rolled a 151.

“Our girls were very impressive tonight with their scores,” said Coach Bob Black. “Our spare shooting was better and several girls strung strikes. Eryn has improved her arm-swing and is hitting the pocket consistently. Jozlyn has returned to her good bowling. Sam, as usual, is very solid and our best spare shooter. Reilly has found her strike ball again and her scores are improving. We’re getting ready for tournaments.”

The Gibsonburg boys rolled an 847 middle game to defeat the Redskin boys 2366-2164, dropping the Redskins to 0-12 on the season.

“Our boys need to learn how to focus in practice and apply that to competition,” said Coach Black. “There is some talent there and they have improved since the beginning of the season, but they do not have the desire to master things like spare shooting which can lead to victories.”

Cameron Bice led the Redskins again with 151-170 for 321. Kordell Blankenship rolled 169-156 for 325. Alex Camerato added a 158.

Both the Port Clinton and Gibsonburg squads will participate in the Redskin Tournament Saturday at Star Lanes at the Harbor.

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Lady Redskin bowlers defeat Chargers

Future SBC bowling rivals met for the first time at Star Lanes at the Harbor in Port Clinton Tuesday and split matches.

The veteran Redskins girls defeated the Lady Chargers 2409-1432. Sam Stroupe led the ‘Skins with games of 169-169 for a 338 set. Eryn Binder rolled 190 for 330 set, Jozlyn Seamon 177 for a 321 set. Kassidy Mahler rolled a 159 games.

The young Redskins and Chargers boy team had an exciting match which wasn’t determined until the last frame with the Chargers prevailing 2332-2324. Cameron Bice led the Redskins with games of 202-201 for a 403 set. Kordell Blankenship rolled 159-178 for a 337 set and Jabour Clark rolled a 146 game.

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