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Magruder’s Laboratory earns CAP re-accreditation

Magruder Hospital’s Laboratory Department was awarded re-accreditation by the Commission on Laboratory Accreditation of the College of American Pathologists (CAP), based on results of a recent on-site inspection. Lawrence Fanelly DO, Medical Director of Magruder’s Laboratory, was advised of this national recognition and congratulated for the “excellence of services being provided.” Magruder’s Laboratory is one of more than 7,000 CAP-accredited laboratories nationwide.

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Port Clinton rebounds from loss to defeat Edison

Following a heartbreaking loss to Clyde last weekend, the Port Clinton girls’ basketball team responded with a resounding victory over Edison, 49-25, Thursday to improve to 17-3 overall and 11-2 in the Sandusky Bay Conference.

The Redskins controlled the game throughout, taking a 32-6 lead into halftime as they cruised to victory. Hannah Weaver led all scorers with 16 points and Emily Ashley chipped in with 14 as Port Clinton shot a stellar 63 percent from the field in the first two quarters.

Ciara Reed had 11 points to lead the Chargers.

The ‘Skins finish the regular season with home games against Fremont Ross (Tuesday) and Huron (Thursday). Port Clinton has yet to face Ross this season but did defeat Huron in the first matchup.

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PC boys fall to Fliers

Behind 19 points from point guard Derek Gray, the Clyde Fliers defeated Port Clinton, 68-47, last Friday.

With the win, the Fliers improved to 12-6 and 7-3 in the SBC while the ‘Skins fell to 3-14 and 3-9 in the league.

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Lady Rockets win third straight

In what could be the defining game of the year for the Oak Harbor girls’ basketball team, the Rockets rallied from a 14-point deficit and defeated Margaretta in dramatic fashion, 49-45, last week to improve to 13-7 and 7-6 in the Sandusky Bay Conference.

Down 28-17 at halftime, the Rockets went on a furious rally as they employed a full-court press that gave the Polar Bears fits, causing a number of turnovers as Oak Harbor got back into the game. 

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Oak Harbor boys fall to Perkins

Despite getting 15 points from guard A.J. Cecil, the Oak Harbor boys’ basketball team lost its fourth consecutive game, falling, 69-41, to Perkins last weekend.

Holding a 29-25 lead at halftime, the Pirates put things away in the third quarter by outscoring the Rockets (9-9, 6-5 SBC), 23-6, to put the game out of reach.

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Danbury defeats MVCD, improves to 10-11

After losing three straight games, the Danbury girls’ basketball team righted the ship with a 43-7 victory over Maumee Valley Country Day last week.

After improving to 9-8 two weeks ago, the Lakers fell on hard times, losing to three quality opponents in Toledo Christian, Cardinal Stritch and Huron to drop to 9-11.

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EHOVE student translates skills into results

EHOVE’S Auto Body student Porsche Donich (Danbury HS) is proud of the work she and her classmates did to repair her truck during class.  They took rust off the body of the truck, fixed dents and repainted the whole truck a deep purple color.

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Danbury P.A.W.S Club holds pet food drive

From Feb. 11-28 the Danbury High School P.A.W.S. Clug is holding a pet food drive to benefit the P.A.W.S Club Pet Pantry. The following donations are needed: cat litter, dry dog food, dry cat food , canned cat food and dog and cat treats.  Monetary donations (checks only, made out to Danbury Local Schools, Attention P.A.W.S. Club) are also encouraged and will be used to purchase pet food.

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Danbury boys fall to Lakota in game at The ‘Q’

In a special event for Danbury High School, the Laker boys’ basketball team competed at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland last week against Lakota as part of the High School Hoops Showcase.

Danbury did lose the game, 47-33, but it was a special experience nonetheless.

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