Sunshine and blue sky bless the Bass Islands today, and, oh, what a splendid feeling it is! An afternoon jaunt around Put-in-Bay reveals a brilliant environment that makes up for an unbelievably long stretch of cloudy, gray days.
Though the high temperature only made it to 20.5°F at 1:35pm, soaking up some vitamin D generates a cheerful, inner warmth.
The National Weather Service reports the following: High pressure continues to build over our region through mid to late this week. This will provide the bulk of the area with calm and clearing conditions. Radiational cooling will allow lows tonight across NW Ohio to dip down into the single digits.
Put-in-Bay School Panther All-Stars put on a wonderful performance of friendly and competitive basketball on Monday afternoon.
Coach Danes, Put-in-Bay School Health and Physical Education teacher, prepared the Blue and White teams with careful instructions and positive encouragement. The players invested considerable energy and effort all throughout the game. At half-time the White team led the Blue team, 8-6; the final score was 17-10, with a win for the White team.
Put-in-Bay Police announced, on 22 January 2023, the prospective hiring of a full-time police officer to work with the Put-in-Bay School. This comes after a special meeting of the Put-in-Bay Village Council on 11 January 2023. The purpose of the meeting was identified as “the discussion of police services for 2023.”
The application for the Put-in-Bay Police School Resource Officer position was posted on the department’s Facebook page.
Panther Basketball honored seniors on and action-packed Saturday at the Jim Poulos Recreation Facility. The Bowling Green Christian Lions came to play and won two of the three games.
Put-in-Bay Seniors from left to right: Alec Sharp, Mckenna Stacy, Alice Lentz, Macy Ladd, Lilian Fredrick, Doug Steidl
Due to future weather concerns the basketball team decided to honor its six graduating seniors to allow for a potential make up if Mother Nature threw a curveball. There always seem to be weather issues on the last game of the year and many senior days have gone down without a game,” said coach Schuffenecker. He added, “What a great group of kids. They have fought through a lot and have a great future.
Panther action started with the junior high game, but they lost another close one 26-29. The girls game went the Panthers way while the boys dropped their game. Overall, it was a great weekend. Coach Schuffenecker thanks everyone who got their Growl On!