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Port Clinton defeats Perkins in boys soccer

Wednesday night Port Clinton hosted Perkins Boys in soccer. The final score was Port Clinton 3 and Perkins 0. The scoring was started by an assist from Josh Brown to Simon Shulz. The second score was by Nathan Stubblefield and the third came off of an assist by Nathan Stubblefield to Ben Heminger.

Port Clinton had 13 shots on goal and Perkins had 2. Port Clinton’s goalie had 2 saves and Perkins’ goalie  had 10.  Port Clinton is  4-1-0 overall and 1-1-0 in conference play.

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Lady Redskins defeats Napoleon in tennis

The Lady Redskins tennis team defeated Napoleon 5-0 in the 2nd round of the OTCA Coaches Tournament.  This brings their record to 8-2 (3-1 in SBC). Port Clinton will face Lexington in the next round of the tournament, the date to be determined.

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Community Calendar Sept 5-11

Thursday Sept 5

Autism Support
WHEN: 6:30 p.m. first Thursday of each month
WHERE: Magruder Hospital Conference Center, Port Clinton
INFO: 419-898-0400

Al-Anon/Alateen
WHAT: Twelve-step group for those affected by another’s drinking
WHEN: 8 p.m. every Thursday
WHERE: Trinity United Methodist Church, 135 Adams St. Port Clinton

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Green Island Race

It was a big Day for Park McRitchie and his crew aboard JEB on Sunday in the Green Island Race at Port Clinton Yacht Club. They took 1st in class; 1st Overall, winning the Green Jacket; 1st in the Green Island Trophy competition among Port Clinton Yacht Club boats; and 1st to finish, a rare occurrence since multi-hull boats began sailing in the Green Island Race. Pictured with the Carl Schwenzfier Trophy for 1st overall are (l-r): Drew Grover, Doug Blackburn, Park McRitchie and Thomas McRitchie.

 

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Healthy Brain Seminar Offered

Otterbein North Shore and the United Methodist Church of Oak Harbor will be hosting a free workshop and box lunch dinner.  The program, “Your Healthy Brain”, will focus on tips and techniques to keep your brain healthy, why a healthy brain is a big factor in overall health, and the five domains of a brain health lifestyle.  Mark your calendar for.  The workshop will take place Monday, Sept. 9, at 6 p.m at the United Methodist Church of Oak Harbor, 360 E. Ottawa St., Oak Harbor.  For more information, contact Soni or Robin at 419-798-8203.  Reservations are required and seating is limited.

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Waterworks Park

Such an amazing weekend with the Tall Ships coming to our area, the downtown having a festival and the PCYC's Green Island Race.  I give gratitude for the organizers, volunteers and those who supported these events.

It was nice seeing out of town visitors walking through Waterworks Park.  I saw a couple looking at the Erie Dearie memorial sign, which is the former transom of Erie Dearie Dan's boat, who was the developer of the Erie Dearie fishing lure. He was one of the charter boat captains who was responsible for bringing many people to our area for fishing in the 1970's.  I have heard many snide remarks at some of the local meetings and from residents about the Erie Dearie sign and what value that it had at the Waterworks Park. Maybe this information will clarify it for you. 

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Oak Harbor-Genoa football tickets pre-sale

Pre-sale tickets for this Friday’s Genoa at Oak Harbor varsity football game are on sale at both high school Main Offices. Advance tickets cost $6 for adults and $4 for students while all tickets will be $6 at the gate on Friday night.  Fans are urged to purchase tickets in advance to avoid expected long lines at the gates before the game.

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Oak Harbor volleyball

Oak Harbor Varsity Volleyball Team lost in 3 Tuesday night to Huron, 12-25, 5-25, 13-25.  Athena Eli had 10 digs and 20 good serve receptions, Jordyn Thorp had 8 kills.  Kasey Sundermeier hit 100% (8 for 8) from the court providing the Rockets with 3 kills.  Emma Bergman had 5 assists and Annie Quisno had 6 assists.  The JV team lost in against Huron.  The 8th and 7th grade teams both defeated Huron in two.

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