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PC NHS Adopt-a-Road cleanup

Port Clinton High School National Honor Society collected trash this past Sunday, Oct. 13, as part of their semi-annual Adopt-a-Road campaign. They collected approximately 45 lbs. of trash along Gill Road. 

Pictured left to right are: Row 1-Amber Wuersig, Halee Jones, Morgan McGlothlin; Row 2-McKenzie Stine, Cheyenne Meek, Ericka Castillo, Alyane Herevia, Cameron King, Eryn Binder, Allison Gilleland, Alyssa Araguz, Kathryn Mueller; and Row 3-Gracey Stewart, Andrew Cline, Gabe DeFreitas, Michael Lay, Nick Reineck.

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Ian Kyle is PCHS Student of the Month

Port Clinton High School recently announced the Student of the Month for October is Ian Kyle. Ian has been involved in a wide variety of extracurricular activities during the past four years at PCHS. He is a member of Leadership Council, Touch of Class, and last Spring joined Drama Club with a part in the musical, “Back to the 80’s”. Ian serves as the Treasurer of National Honor Society and the Vice President of International Club. In addition, he has been a four year member of the Redskin Basketball Team, Baseball Team and three years on the Boys Soccer Team.

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Black competes in first collegiate bowling tournament

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Port Clinton graduate and Davenport University Freshman Sean Black competed in his first collegiate bowling tournament last weekend at the 43rd Midwest Collegiate Tournament. Black had a total of 1641 for 8 games (205 average) and led the team in scoring on the second day of competition with zero open frames.

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