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PC girls defeat St. Mary CC, improve to 6-0

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By Yaneek Smith

Hope Thorbahn and Tiffany Colston helped the Port Clinton girls teams continue its winning ways by defeating St. Mary CC, 71-26, to improve to 6-0 on the season.

Thorbahn and Colston scored 14 points apiece as four Redskin players finished in double figures. Emily Ashley and Hannah Weaver also scored 10 points apiece to help pace Port Clinton (6-0, 3-0 SBC).

Hannah Snow led the Panthers with nine points.

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Port Clinton boys lose to Woodmore

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Woodmore 68, Port Clinton 59

Behind 23 points from senior Donny Bowen, the Woodmore Wildcats defeated Port Clinton, 68-59, in non-conference action.

After the Redskins outscored Woodmore, 17-12, in the first period, the Wildcats bounced back, outscoring the ‘Skins, 24-6, in the second quarter to take the lead for good. With a 36-23 lead at halftime, pushed the outscored the ‘Skins, 13-11, in the third quarter before holding off a Port Clinton rally in the fourth quarter.

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Oak Harbor girls improve to 2-1 on the season

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After opening the season with a loss to Port Clinton last weekend, the Oak Harbor Rockets wanted to respond with a vengeance and they did just that in their 63-30 victory.

In a game that saw Oak Harbor take the lead for good at 2-0 on Makayla Carpenter's steal and layup, the Rockets dominated throughout, controlling the tempo of the game as they slowly built the lead before taking a 34-14 lead into the half.

Andrea Cecil and Maria Boers scored 30 of the Rockets' 34 first-half points with Cecil scoring 18 and Boers finishing with 12 points, nine of which came on three-pointers. In the first half, Cecil was able to break down the Charger defense with her athleticism, scoring on a number of high-percentage shots and feeding her teammates when the defense collapsed on her. Boers, meanwhile, connected on 4-of-9 field goals and was a consistent threat from the perimeter, scoring off a number of nice passes from point guard Makayla Carpenter.

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