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PC girls rebound with two straight wins

Behind 15 points from Emily Ashley, the Port Clinton Redskins won their second straight game, defeating Lake, 47-34, in non-conference action on Monday. Port Clinton (10-3) was in control for much of the game, outscoring the Flyers, 13-7, in the first quarter and allowed just two points in the second…
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Stubblefield breaks school record with 40 points

Behind a single-game school record 40 points from guard Nathan Stubblefield, the Port Clinton Redskins broke a seven-game losing streak and defeated Fremont Ross, 75-59, in non-conference action on Saturday. Stubblefield, who was 13-of-21 from the field, including 6-of-9 from beyond the arc, helped Port Clinton (4-7) take an 18-10…
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PCHS bowlers have a high-scoring Monday

Port Clinton's High School Bowlers treated spectators to outstanding scoring at Star Lanes at the Harbor in Port Clinton Monday. The Lady Redskins missed setting a new school scoring record with their 2538 series, missing by 39 pins. They rolled team games of 781 and 868 and added 889 in…
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Lady Redskins win Northern Ohio Bowling Conference Tournament

Port Clinton's Lady Redskins won the Northern Ohio Bowling Conference Tournament Saturday at Rossford Lanes in Rossford. On a blended lane condition challenging the players, the Lady Redskins rolled games of 764-711 and a tournament high 806, and then added 822 in Baker Games to total 3103, outscoring the Eastwood…
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PC Bowlers sweep Tiffin Columbian Tornados Jan. 10

Port Clinton Redskins bowlers swept the Tiffin Columbian Tornados in a match at Star Lanes at the Harbor on Friday. The Lady Redskins remained undefeated at 8-0 winning 2441-1590. The Redskin boys won their first in great fashion 2992-2634 over the Tiffin boys. A very happy Coach Black said, “We…
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Danbury girls on winning streak

Danbury 52, Lakota 23 The Lakers won their second straight game to improve to 4-5 overall, defeating Lakota, 52-23, in non-conference action last week. Danbury led 16-3 after one quarter and 34-9 at halftime in a game it controlled throughout. Erin Lavelle led all scorers with 17 points, followed by…
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