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PC boys’ tennis team begins season with loss

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Port Clinton High School boys’ tennis team played Norwalk on Thursday in a non-conference match at home.  The Redskins fell 3–2.  This moved Norwalk to 2–0 on the season and PC to 0 -1.

The scores were as follows:

1st Singles:  Noah Cross (PC) def. Andrew Herner (N) 6-0, 6-4
2nd Singles:  Jeff Griffin (PC) def. Travis Morgan (N) 6-1, 6-0
3rd Singles:  Joey Thomas (N) def. Cameron King (PC) 6-3, 6-2
1st Doubles:  Grayson Conney/Grant Olsen (N) def. Tristan Auxter/Ellis Adolph (PC) 6-1, 6-2
2nd Doubles:  John Woods/Jacob Dierdreck (N) def. Steven Kast/Joe Miller (PC) 6-1, 6-1

Noah Cross overcame a strong second set push to win comfortably at 1st singles.  Jeff Griffin used his powerful forehand to win easily at 2nd Singles.  Cameron King made his varsity debut and put up a great effort at 3rdsingles.  The 1st and 2nd doubles teams played some very experienced opponents, and the lack of their own varsity experience made all of the difference.

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PCHS cheerleaders chosen

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Congratulations to the following Port Clinton High School Cheerleaders for the 2014 football cheerleading squad:

Varisty

Ashlyn Slauterbeck, Camerin Witte, Lauren Wheeler, Toni Jones, Maranda Santoya, Bethany Urban, Haley Klima, Lydia Bacon and Alex Sutter.

JV

Kylie Hurst, Morgan Domiguez, Katy Wiewandt, Kendall Rusincovitch, Delayna Laurel and Aliyah Hurst. 

Tryouts were held at the high school on Saturday, March 29, with three judges from the University of Toledo Varsity Cheerleading Squad.

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PCHS Academic Challenge Team competes in Championship Round

Port Clinton High School Academic Challenge Team, front row, left to right:  Alana Sutherland, Olivia Heckerd, Maddison Cole; back row: Danielle Stager, Gina Buono, Gabe DeFreitas, Ty Gallogly, Shane Meek

The Port Clinton High School Firelands Academic Challenge team advanced to the playoffs and championship rounds for the 2014 season.   The regular season consists of six rounds of competition in a field of 18 area schools. 

In the playoff round, PCHS beat Huron and Sandusky St. Mary to advance to the three-round championship.  In the end, the team placed third against Edison and Norwalk.  Students won a $500 and a $1000 scholarship for BGSU Firelands for a graduating PCHS senior.  Team members are Alana Sutherland, Olivia Heckerd, Maddison Cole, Danielle Stager, Gina Buono, Gabe DeFreitas, Ty Gallogly and Shane Meek.  The advisor is Mrs. Eileen Meisler.

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