Port Clinton girls improve to 13-2

With their 46-26 win over Lake, the Port Clinton girls improved to 13-2 on the season, marking one of the greatest starts in the program's history. After trailing, 19-16, at halftime, the Redskins took control by outscoring the Flyers, 17-5, in the third quarter before blowing the game open with…
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Redskin Bowlers lose to Eagles

Port Clinton's Redskin Bowlers traveled to Tri County Bowl in Woodville Friday and were swept by the Eagles, knocking the Redskin Boys out of first place in the Northern Ohio Bowling Conference. The Redskins moved ahead during the first two team games by rolling games of 990-997 to the Eagles…
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PC boys defeat Edison, notch second victory

The Port Clinton boys got their second win of the season, defeating Edison, 55-49, in SBC action. The 'Skins, who led 29-26 at halftime, pushed the lead to 45-35 after three quarters before the Chargers rallied to make a game of it. Nathan Stubblefield had 18 points and Brock Moore…
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Danbury boys fall to Stritch, 51-29

Despite holding guard Austin Adams to 14 points, the Danbury Lakers fell to Cardinal Stritch, 51-29. The Lakers fell behind 10-5 after one quarter and trailed 21-8 at halftime. With the Cardinals leading 35-22 after three, they put the game away with a 16-7 advantage in the final period. Stritch…
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Danbury girls lose first conference game

After beginning the season 5-0 in the conference, the Danbury girls basketball team suffered their first loss in league play, falling to the Toledo Christian Eagles, 48-33. The Eagles slowly built their lead as the game progressed, holding a 7-4 advantage after one quarter, a 24-9 lead at halftime and…
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Oak Harbor girls defeat Danbury, 53-27

The Oak Harbor girls jumped out to a 21-8 lead after the first quarter and pushed the advantage to 31-13 at halftime before defeating Danbury, 53-27, in non-conference action last week. Abbie Gezo led all scorers with 18 points and Maria Boers finished with 17. The Lakers were led by…
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