Alexis Stark and “Poppy” Ron Hensley have fun at recess.
The friends and family of Peggy Schaefer will be holding a memorial get-together in her honor on Saturday, Oct. 5, from 2-5 p.m. at Mango Mama's, 40 Madison Street, Port Clinton. Please feel free to stop by and join us in this light-hearted celebration of a life well-lived.
The Lady Redskins were in action Tuesday evening against the Edison Chargers. In the Varsity game, the Redskins battled 25-15, 25-10, 25-15 before falling to the Chargers. Sophomore Marissa Day served 3 aces while adding 13 digs and 19 for 21 on serves received. Junior Taylor Zink added 4 kills while senior Ericka Castillo added 8 digs.
Oak Harbor’s Varsity Volleyball team was defeated by Margaretta in 3 last night, 22-25, 22-25, 19-25. Leading the Rockets were Athena with 25 of 27 playable serve receptions, Ally Bloomer 12 of 14 with 6 kills on attacks, Annie Quisno with 10 assists and Emma Bergman with 7 assists. The JV were defeated by Margaretta in 3 as well.
2013 PCHS Homecoming Court: Seated Left to Right: Freshman Melanie Rhoda, Sophomore Natalie Stitak, Senior Queen Candidates Halee Jones, Hope Thorbahn, Madi Baxter, Kayleigh Householder; and Junior Attendant Gracey Stewart. Standing: Freshman Anthony Paradiso; Sophomore Dallas Helton; Senior King Candidates Joey Zam, Seth Bickel, Cameron King, Noah Cross; and Junior Carter Rumball.
“A struggling community dies because of the ambitions of its youth;” author unknown.
Doesn’t it seem as if Port Clinton is the poster child for this statement?
Tristen Mallory breaks through the Genoa defense for a nice gain up the middle
Photos by Bill Migala
Last Friday, Port Clinton played one of the best teams in the state of Ohio in the Genoa Comets.
Firelands Presbyterian Church is collecting shoes, along with First English Lutheran Church of Mansfield, for a mission in Malawi in Southeastern Africa. The shoes will be recycled and the money will be donated to the Malawi Orphan Care Project. The shoe money will help purchase backpack water bags for men and women to carry water from their well to their homes.
After a tough 5-5 season last year, Eastwood appears to be back to its old form.
Behind a number of big plays, the Eagles took control early before defeating Oak Harbor, 56-7, on Friday night at Freedom Field in Luckey.
After both teams traded possessions, Eastwood's Michael Flipse returned a punt 60 yards for a score to give the Eagles the lead and they never looked back.
Taylor Wilhite at the Distracted Driving simulator
As a valuable contribution to Homecoming week, Danbury Township Maintenance and Police Department secured a loan from the Ohio Department of Transportation of a Distracted Driving Simulator. Brett Waldron of Danbury Township is instructing students in the use of the simulator this week. The school is hoping to have all current drivers in the high school and many of the upcoming drivers have an opportunity to test drive the simulator.