From Danbury High School:
Lt. Robert Enderle
After 10:30 a.m. Mass at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church on Sunday, Nov. 10, members of the Enderle family from as far away as Columbus, Michigan and Alabama will gather at Veteran’s Park in Port Clinton for a special ceremony. They will be placing memorial bricks in the park for not one, but two of their family who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to the U.S. military.
Danbury's Cooper Eller blocks as James Dorko kicks this extra point after a touchdown against Hilltop
Photos from John Kozak
The Danbury Lakers completed their season with a much-needed victory over West Unity Hilltop on Friday, defeating the Cadets, 38-35 to finish the season with a 3-7 record.
After playing well for much of the season’s first four games and earning a 2-2 record, Danbury fell on hard times, losing five consecutive games before finishing off the year with a victory.
Margaretta fought ‘til the finish, but in the end Oak Harbor's size and physicality were too much as the Rockets defeated the Polar Bears, 35-14, on Friday night in Sandusky Bay Conference action at Rocket Stadium in Oak Harbor.
Oak Harbor established control from the beginning, scoring on the game's second play from scrimmage when running back Andrew Heberling scored from 71 yards out to make it 6-0 before Jourdan Maguire, who converted on all five of his PATs, kicked the extra point to give the Rockets a 7-0 advantage. On the touchdown, Heberling ran through a big hole on the right side before dashing to the right sideline and outrunning the Margaretta defenders for the score.
Photos by Bill Migala
During times like these, we truly realize what’s important in life.
As most of you probably know by now, 13-year-old Devin Kohlman is battling cancer. The good folks of Ottawa County, specifically Port Clinton, have shown their support for the young man. In fact, according to The News Herald, $2,234.97 was raised at the game by people sitting in the stands. Eryn Nason, a senior cheerleader for the ‘Skins, organized the event, known as the “Dash for Cash.”
The Salvation Army "Coats for Families" Program has started. Coats for people of all sizes and ages are at the Sutton Center office at 1854 E. Perry Street, Suite 800, Port Clinton. Currently, there is a need of kids coats for all ages and sizes.
Second grade students Carson Miller, Tabitha Duncan, and Alexa Taylor anxiously wait to see the inside of their pumpkin during Bataan Memorial Primary’s Pumpkin Math event on Oct. 31.
Grade 2 at Bataan Memorial Primary Elementary held their Annual Pumpkin Math event on Thursday, Oct. 31. Every second grade classroom gathered in the Bataan cafeteria and, with the help of numerous volunteers, worked in small groups to complete the fun lesson. Together they measured and weighed their pumpkins, estimated then counted the number of seeds, and finally carved their group's pumpkin into a jack-o-lantern. This fun, holiday math activity reinforced skills of estimation, place value, weight and measurement.
Port Clinton Boys U10 Soccer team. Left to right, top row: Andrew Hanson, TJ Patterson, Tyler Webb, Christian Meyer, CJ Chasteen, Emmett Gillman, Patrick Huskey. Bottom row: Brandon Brough, Christian Kolodziejczyk, Logan Dale, Nathen Lukac. Coaches, not pictured: Abby and Steve Lukac.
The Port Clinton Boys U10 (under 10 years old) soccer team is heading to the Ohio area state tournament in Cincinnati. They will play on Saturday, Nov. 9, at 11 a.m. The team was runner-up in the ESSL Tournament in Elmore. They are sponsored by Dana Stahl CPA Inc.
The cook at Tin Goose Diner serving breakfast Navy style.
Liberty Aviation Museum at 3515 E. State Road, Port Clinton, will be honoring veterans on Monday, Nov. 11, offering free admission to the Museum to all veterans, showing movies throughout the day and offering the “GI Special”-also known as SOS or Chipped Beef on Texas Toast- served on genuine mess trays, over at the Tin Goose Diner.
On Nov. 7th or 8th (depending on weather) , the Museum’s beautifully restored B-25 Georgie’s Gal will be flying to the National Air Force Museum in Dayton for a special celebration. The last four remaining of the 80 Dolittle Raiders who took part in the daring mission to bomb Japan in World War II will be toasting their final gathering. Georgie’s Gal, along with three other restored B-25s, will be doing a flyover as part of the celebration.