Port Clinton News

Port Clinton High School announces Student of the Month

Port Clinton High School recently announced the Student of the Month for March is Sam Miller.

Sam Miller has been involved in many activities and organizations at Port Clinton High School. He is the Treasurer of the Senior Class, member of Leadership Council, National Honor Society, Band, Academic Challenge, Freshman Mentor and past treasurer of Drama Club.  In addition, he is one of the top ten students in the Class of 2013. Sam is a member of the Bowling Team and throws shot and discus in track and field.  For the past three year, Sam has traveled with The Chapel Youth Group on various Mission Trips during the summer. Next year, Sam plans to attend Case Western Reserve University and major in Physics. He is the son of Amy Miller Winters and Kevin Winters.


The Earthquakers will rock the tent at the Walleye Festival

Back by popular demand, the Earthquakers will be performing at the Main Street Port Clinton Walleye Festival on Friday, May 24, from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. in the Entertainment Tent sponsored by Baumann Auto Group.  Brothers Jacob Byler, Seth Byler and Isaiah Work left all their cares at the door to have the time of their lives.  They brought together the power of rhythm to create this unique band.  Check out their website at  For a complete schedule of events at the Walleye Festival, visit


Trey Gluth to play baseball at Ohio Wesleyan

  • Published in Sports

On Friday, May 10, Port Clinton Redskin senior Trey Gluth announced he will continue his education and baseball career at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio. He will follow in the Ohio Wesleyan footsteps of other notable Redskins such as Jay Wierzba, Eric Heise and Matt Rhode.

At Port Clinton High School Gluth earned three varsity letters in baseball, was on the All Sandusky Bay Conference 1st Team in 2012 and played for Post 83 Sandusky Legion baseball team in 2012. In football, Gluth also earned 3 varsity letters, was honorable mention All-SBC in 2012 and on the SBC All-Academic team in 2012.

Gluth was on the PCHS Leadership Council, 2012 Homecoming Court, assisted with youth baseball clinics and worked as a freshman mentor and a volunteer with United Way’s summer lunch program. He plans to major in history/education at Ohio Wesleyan.


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