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PC baseball team drops two

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Huron 6, Port Clinton 4

Despite holding a late lead, Port Clinton was unable to hold on for the win, falling to Huron, 6-4.

The Tigers, trailing 3-1 in the fifth inning, scored three runs to take a 4-3 lead and after the Redskins tied it in the top half of the sixth, Huron scored twice in the sixth to grab the lead for good.

Down 3-1, Kyle Kovach reached on an infield hit, stole second and later scored on throwing error to bring the Tigers within 3-2. After two runners reached base, Tommy Bogden hit a two-run triple to put the Tigers ahead 4-3.

Trailing 4-3 in the sixth, Port Clinton had the bases loaded with nobody out but only scored once, doing so on a walk to Ian Kyle.

Keegan Bollenbacher got the win for Huron and Austin Krupp took the loss for the 'Skins.

Perkins 4, Port Clinton 1

Perkins broke a 1-1 tie with three runs in the fourth inning before defeating Port Clinton, 4-1, in Sandusky Bay Conference action.

Trevon Moore got the win for the Pirates and Zac Floro took the loss for the Redskins.

Perkins got two hits and a double from Luke Fraley. Braun Miller finished with two hits and two runs and Tahne Walton had two hits and an RBI.


PC softball team notches win over Huron

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Behind a superb pitching performance from Kate Mueller, the Port Clinton softball team defeated Huron, 5-0, in Sandusky Bay Conference action.

Mueller struck out 12 in seven innings of work and didn't allow a run despite the fact that her defense committed five errors behind her.

At the plate, Mueller went 2 for 3 with two RBIs. Molly Haberman finished with two doubles and an RBI and Emily Ashley and Taylor Steyer had two hits apiece.

The Redskins jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the first inning and never looked back.

Perkins 13, Port Clinton 0

Perkins dominated this one throughout, scoring 11 runs in the first two innings on their way to a 13-0 victory over Port Clinton.

Marisa Ryerson and Cailyn Yates had one home run apiece, Summer Seitz went 3-for-3 with two RBIs and Corinne O'Hara and Cortnie Brown both finished 2-for-3 with an RBI.

With the loss, the Redskins fall to 6-9 overall and 1-4 in the SBC.


PCHS Chorale off to State

In early March, the Port Clinton High School Chorale participated in the Ohio Music Education Association's (OMEA) District contest and received the highest rating of Superior. As a result, the Chorale qualified to participate in the OMEA State Contest on Saturday, May 3, at Van Buren High School. This is the first time in school history that a choir has qualified for and participated in this event. The group will be preparing three pieces of music that will be sung in a public performance for three judges, who will give them ratings based on their performance according to the National Music Standards for music education. Following the public performance, they will then sight-read a piece of music that they have never seen, and again, be given a rating from a judge based on their performance. These four ratings are then added together to determine an overall rating for the full event. 

Port Clinton High School Chorale students include Kayla Armendariz, Kiya Brown, Haley Crawford, MichaelDavis, Kelsey Dietrich, JonathonEmmons, Destany Ferguson, Reinis Fisers, Ashley Gill, Allison Gilleland, Morgan Hazzard, Logan Hepp, Alyssa Jobe, Halee Jones, Preston Keck, Alyssa Kessler, Jaden Kleinhans, Haley Klima, Katelyn Koebel, Nate Koepplinger, Baileigh Limestahl, Kayli Millhouse, Marisa Oftedal, Jared Prosser, Marc-Anthony Rogers, Alyson Shaler, Libby Showalter, Noah Smith, Beatrice Stanziano, Alex Suter, Courtney Trent, Jack Warner, Leah Warner, Logan Willoughby and Abby Wuersig.

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