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Redskins honor Kohlman in final game

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Team Devin
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.”

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Pumpkin Math at Bataan Memorial Primary Elementary

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.

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Port Clinton Boys U10 Soccer team headed to state tournament

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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.

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