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PCMS announces Students of the Month for December and January

Port Clinton Middle School Students of the Month pictured left to right:  Madison Kodak, Fleet 7; Jack Kessler, Fleet 8; and Bobby Geisheimer, Fleet 6.  

Port Clinton Middle School recently announced that the Students of the Month for December & January are Bobby Geisheimer, Madison Kodak and Jack Kessler.

Fleet 6 Student of the Month is Bobby Geisheimer. He is the son of Tom and Lisa Geisheimer. Bobby has been involved in the PCMS newspaper, boy scouts and was a crossing guard in elementary school. He also enjoys sports, including basketball, skiing, tennis, soccer and baseball. This holiday season, Bobby was a Secret Santa, helping those in need through the Salvation Army.  

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PCHS cheerleaders host Kiddie Cheer Clinic Jan. 25

The Port Clinton High School Cheerleaders have scheduled their annual basketball season Kiddie Clinic for Saturday, Jan. 25, from 10-11:30 a.m.  The Clinic, for children in 4 year old preschool through grade 5, will be held on in the Port Clinton High School Cafeteria. Participants will then have the opportunity to cheer on Saturday, Jan. 25, at halftime of the varsity game vs. St Mary’s. Participants of the clinic receive free admission to the basketball game; however, accompanying adults are required to purchase a game ticket.

The cost for the clinic is $15 and includes cheer instruction, snack, and a free t-shirt.  Participants must register by Jan. 17 in order to receive a T-shirt. Registration flyers will be sent home with elementary students or are available online at www.pccsd.net under the “News” section or on the school district Facebook page. A signed registration form is required for participation. For more information, call Amy Kelly at 419.734.2147.

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Rocket girls win sixth straight game

Holding a 10-point lead at halftime, the Oak Harbor Rockets saw their lead dwindle to five before taking control in the fourth quarter, defeating Edison, 53-40, on Saturday.

The win puts Oak Harbor at 10-2 overall and 7-1 in the Sandusky Bay Conference. The Rockets led 14-5 after the first quarter and 28-18 at halftime before the Chargers made a run in the third period.

Andrea Cecil led the way with 28 points, 11 of them coming at the free-throw line. Freshman center Maddy Rathbun chipped in with 10 points and Amanda Hetrick and Emma Bergman finished with four points apiece.

Edison got 13 points from Tiggy Sanabria and seven from Liz Hill.

The Rockets, who played St. Joseph CC on Tuesday, travel to Huron to face the Tigers on Saturday.

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Rocket boys fall to Margaretta

Despite entering the fourth quarter down by just three points, Oak Harbor was outscored by 16 points on its way to a 55-36 loss to Margaretta on Friday in Sandusky Bay Conference action.

The loss, which drops the Rockets to 3-9 and 0-7 in the league, came as the Polar Bears, holding a 36-33 lead heading into the fourth quarter, outscored Oak Harbor, 19-3, in the final period.

Dylan Bailey led Margaretta with 17 points and Austin Spiecer scored 15.

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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 period.

In addition to Ashley’s 15 points, Hannah Weaver and Hope Thorbahn finished with 11 points apiece and Tiffany Colston scored five points. 

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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 lead after the first quarter before pushing the advantage to 37-21 at halftime.

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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 Baker.

The Boys bounced back from a subpar performance Saturday with games of 978 and 976 and added 1106 in Baker for their 3060. They were, however, bested by the Eastwood boys who rolled a 3117 in an exciting match.

The Lady 'Skins, crowned Northern Ohio Bowling Conference Tournament Champions Saturday at Rossford, were led by Eryn Binder with a career best series of 370 on games of 172 and 198. Samantha Stroupe rolled games of 178 and 171 for 349, Alysia Zoeller rolled 151 and 193 for 344, and Reilly Wittman posted scores of 160 and 157 for 317 as the girls improved to 9-0 on the season, 7-0 in the Conference.

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Community calendar Jan. 16-22

Jan. 16-20

Progressive Mid America Boat Show
WHAT: Boats of all shapes and sizes on display
WHEN: Thurs & Fri 12-9 p.m., Sat 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun & Mon 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
WHERE: I-X Center, 6200 Riverside Dr., Cleveland
INFO: 440-899-5009 or clevelandboatshow.com

Thursday Jan. 16

Downtown Round Table
WHAT: Main Street PC invites downtown building and business owners to network
WHEN: 5 p.m.
WHERE: Upstairs of Slater’s Madison Street Pub
INFO: 419-734-5503

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Benton-Carroll-Salem Schools: State of the School District 2014

To the citizens, staff, and Board of Education of the Benton-Carroll-Salem School District, I wish to report to you on the state of our school district as we begin a new calendar year.

I will open with the notion that we can draw lessons from the past, but we cannot live in it.  As we take a moment to reflect on the state of our school district, it is important to note that our school district is like our nation—it is built to serve its people.  As we look forward to the year ahead, we will continue to draw on lessons from the past, but we will be urgently focused on continuing to build the Benton-Carroll-Salem School District institution.

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