Featured Stories

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
Prev Next

PCYC holds service for soldiers who died…

27-05-2015 Hits:7

PCYC holds service for soldiers who died at sea

The Past Commodores of Port Clinton Yacht Club remove their caps as Rev. Bob Butcher reads the prayer, with John Fritz and Bert Fall alongside, for the soldiers and sailors...

Read more

Ottawa County Senior Resources Hall of F…

26-05-2015 Hits:85

Ottawa County Senior Resources Hall of Fame Awards

PHOTO L to R: Commissioner Jim Sass, Hall of Fame Inductees: Robert Skilliter, David Gundlack, Shirley Hensel, Shirley Lacumsky, Patricia Burrell, Ron Fastkie and Commissioner President  JoEllen RegalOttawa County Senior...

Read more

No rain on the parade in 35 years

25-05-2015 Hits:325

No rain on the parade in 35 years

On Saturday, May 23, the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s Grande Parade was held on the streets of downtown Port Clinton during the Main Street Port Clinton Walleye Festival. “In the 35 years...

Read more

Lakers fall short in comeback attempt versus Edon

Down 27 points midway through the third quarter, the easy thing for the Danbury Lakers to do would’ve been to quit.

Instead, Danbury rallied, cutting the deficit to 13 and 11 points, respectively, before falling short, losing, 54-43, to Edon in Toledo Area Athletic Conference on Friday.

Trailing 48-21, the Lakers drove 60 yards in 10 plays, scoring on Taylon Molnar’s five-yard run up the middle, cutting the deficit to 20 points. 

Read more...

Port Clinton slays the beast defeating Genoa, 27-19

PC's Brandon Moore gets ready to stiff arm a Genoa defender on Friday night.
Photos by Bill Migala

After losing to Genoa by 71 points last season, many people would figure Port Clinton was just hoping to have a respectable showing against the Comets this time around.

The Redskins, however, were looking for much more than that, and managed to come up with what was probably their biggest victory in two decades, defeating Genoa, 27-19, to improve to 3-0 on the season.

It was just another step in the rebuilding process that appears to have accelerated under head coach Beau Carmon, who was proud to see his kids avenge last year’s 84-13 loss to the Comets.

Read more...
Subscribe to this RSS feed

Destination Designs
Making Your Web Work

Having an online presence is essential for growing your small business. The internet will connect you with potential customers every hour of every day through your website, directories, and social media. Reaching these customers takes careful planning and good design. Destination Designs combines thirty years of media experience, an award winning design team, and with internet marketing solutions that meet every small business’s budget.

Visit Destination Designs