Rockets boys lose to Huron
Black Swamp Conservancy has acquired an 80-acre tract of land and donated it to Danbury Township in Ottawa County. The property, located on the Marblehead Peninsula, is adjacent to the township’s existing 111-acre Meadowbrook Marsh Preserve and will expand the size of the preserve to more than 190 acres.
40 High School Bowling Teams competed in the Redskin Bowling Tournament at Star Lanes at the Harbor Saturday. When all the pins had fallen, Huron's Boys and Bowling Green's Girls were Champions in the day-long event. Port Clinton's young Girls Team (4 sophomores, 4 freshmen) ended up 2nd.
The Lady Redskins led by Alysia Zoeller's 231 game led the 9:00 Squad Qualifying with a total of 2884 on team games of 800-641-780 and added 663 in Baker. Reilly Wittman (141-123-203)and Samantha Stroupe (165-144-158) both rolled series of 467 to lead PC. Eryn Binder rolled 401, Kassidy Mahler 374, Raven Rogers a 155 game, Kate Chapman a 126, and Kaylee Vollmer is the other team member.
Columbia Gas of Ohio will begin work on a pipeline improvement project in Port Clinton this week. The company will replace 10,830 feet of natural gas mainline.
The project, centered on Linden Street, will include portions of streets West of Maple, East of Beech, South of E Perry, and North of E State streets.
The $550,000 project will replace existing steel pipe with specially designed plastic pipe, impacting 150 customers.
Though the lake is not yet ready for ice fishing and though prospects do not look good with the warming trend this week, on Saturday there were ice fishermen at East Harbor State Park. Several had portable ice shanties and some braved the cold and sat on buckets. Some of the fishermen brought families and dogs, making the best of this window of opportunity for ice-fishing. See Photostream for more photos.
State Representative Chris Redfern, starting his second stint in Columbus in that position, held a Town Hall session Friday morning at Port Clinton City Hall.
The Redskin Boys nosed out Huron by 13 pins, 2973-2960. Sean Black's 254-258 games and 512 series led the Redskins who rolled games of 981-1042 and added 950 in Baker. Huron rolled games of 946-990 and added 1024 in Baker.
"Wow! What a match," said PC Coach Bob Black. "We were up, down, back up, and almost lost it with 4 opens the last Baker games. Huron has a nice team and it's hard to beat them there. I give our players credit for coming back. Jacob Reed subbed the first game and finished with 5 consecutive strikes which made a difference for us. Sean struck 23 out of 40 shots which we needed."