Port Clinton News

Jessie Schenk Turkey Chase has record turnout

The fourth annual Jessie Schenk Turkey Chase took place Saturday, Nov. 30, at the Catawba Island Club. Mike Schenk, father of Jessie, said that there were about 250 runners/walkers at the event which makes it the most they’ve ever had. In 2009, the Schenk’s lost their daughter and they set up a scholarship fund to help Port Clinton High School graduates who maintain a 3.2 or higher GPA and are also athletes. Jessie ran track and cross country at PCHS.


PCHS vs St. Joe vs Fostoria vs St. Wendelin

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Results for meet held Nov. 26, 2013

Girls 200 Yard Medley Relay

1, Port Clinton High School 'A' (Cheyenne Meek SR, Allie Schroeder JR, Mckenzie Stine JR, Taylor Steyer SO), 2:01.40. 

2, Port Clinton High School 'B'  (Emily Shaw SO, Alayne Herevia SR, Alysia Zoeller JR, Natalie Gottron FR), 2:15.75. 

3, Port Clinton High School 'C' (Abby Sharkey FR, Abbey Weldon FR, Sammy Schroeder SR, Marisa Oftedal JR), 2:15.93. 

4, Port Clinton High School  'D' (Allison Cline SO, Miranda Herevia , Meghan O'Neal SR, Hannah Roberts FR),  2:25.90. 


Waterworks Park

To the Editor:

We are the proud owners of a condominium in downtown Port Clinton. Our permanent residence is only about one hour from our condo so we are able to spend a great deal of time in Port Clinton during the entire year and not just the summer. We have grown to love this small town environment and feel Port Clinton is unique because of its downtown area being on the water.  

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