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Danbury Baseball 2013 preview

In 2012, the Danbury Lakers baseball team had a 12- 12 record, 5-7 in the TAAC. The Lakers lost six seniors to graduation, John Bunce, Branden Burke, Dalton Chapman, Caleb Helline, Lucas Kennedy and Cory Schenk. This group left their mark on the program, being the class with the greatest…
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Redskins boys begin tennis season with victory

Port Clinton traveled to Tiffin Columbian for a match on Monday 4/1. Port Clinton won 5 - 0. Winning at 1st singles was Matteus Rodriguez (PC) over Nick Gaietto (TC) 6-1, 6-2. Winning at 2nd singles was Noah Cross (PC) over Braden Kuhn (TC) 6-2, 6-2. Winning at 3rd singles…
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Danbury girls reflect on season

After going 7-14 last season, the Danbury Lakers showed steady improvement this year, going 10-13 and 9-5 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference. And with nearly the entire team returning next season, there is reason to believe that better days are on the horizon for Danbury. Head coach Joe Fetzer,…
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Justin Kleinhaus to go to USA Jr. Olympics

Justin Kleinhaus, 13, of Port Clinton, has been shooting Air Rifle as a member of the Ottawa County Shooting Stars 4H Club for 4 years and will be competing in the USA Jr. Olympics in Colorado Springs, CO, in April. Every Tuesday and Thursday Justin practices at the Civilian Marksmanship…
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Oak Harbor boys and girls soccer teams earn Academic All-Ohio Honors

On Monday, March 11, the Oak Harbor High School Athletic Department received a very exciting letter. Enclosed were two certificates from the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association. These certificates were the official notification that both the Oak Harbor High School boys and girls varsity soccer programs had earned the most…
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PC girls reflect on 21-4 season, sectional title

With just two returning letter winners coming into the season, Port Clinton head coach Toby Bickel wasn't quite sure what to expect out of his team. The Redskins, who had to replace five seniors from a squad that went 13-8 overall and 8-6 in the Sandusky Bay Conference, knew that…
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