Browns Backers Draft Day 5k Braves Cold and Windy

Browns Backers 5kLake Erie Islands Browns Backers put on another successful 5k run/walk on Saturday morning.  44°F and gusty northwest winds did not dampen the enthusiasm and energy evident among all the participants in the fifth annual event.  A pre-race gathering at Mr. Ed’s set the stage for excellent Browns Backers 5kcamaraderie while Oliver Thwaite, of All-Sports Races, prepared the start/finish line with electronic sensors.  The 3.1 mile route wound its way through South Bass Island with both a Browns Backers golf cart and Put-in-Bay Police escort.  Entrant #51 finished first with a time of 16:59 minutes!Browns Backers 5kBrowns Backers 5k

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Browns Backers Sponsor Draft Day 5K

Draft Day 5K

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Receive 10% off race registration when using promo code OBJ.

Code expires Saturday, March 16 at 11:59 pm.

All Sports Timing & Race Management and the Lake Erie Islands Browns Backers are proud to present the 5th Annual Draft Day 5k!  The race will take place on Saturday, April 27 at 10:15am on the historic island of Put-in-Bay, Ohio. Whether you plan to run or walk, come race and then celebrate the NFL draft with us! Every participant will Browns Backers 5kreceive an Official Draft Day 5k Jersey, free lunch, drink discounts, tickets into a raffle for Cleveland Browns autographed footballs, framed and signed pictures and more! This event will benefit the Lake Erie Islands Browns Backers.

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Put-in-Bay School Lady Panthers 9-0

Put-in-Bay School Panthers put another tally in the girls’ win column on Saturday with a 14-41 basketball victory over the Lady Hawks of Marion, Ohio.  Put in Bay BasketballThe Lady Panthers are now 9-0 for the season!

Put in Bay BasketballThe boys did not fare so well–losing 60-13.  The junior high game was most competitive, with a final score giving the victory to the Hawks, 40-35.  A good crowd was on hand to witness the lopsided games.

Put-in-Bay School Cheerleaders rallied the sports fans all along the way.  Patrick Myers, of Radio, conducted a live broadcast via the Internet.  Kudos to all the participants for good sportsmanship!

Put in Bay Cheerleaders


Additional photos from today’s games, including the early competition between members of the Put-in-Bay All-Stars, are available at Panther Basketball Photos.

Panther Basketball a Saturday Highlight

Put in Bay BasketballPut-in-Bay Basketball continued the 2018-19 season on Saturday with the first set of home games at the Jim Poulos Recreation Center.  The early game featured the Put-in-Bay School All-Stars competing in a friendly round versus the Ottawa Hills Green Bears fifth-graders.  The Panther Boys took on the Green Bears ninth graders with the unfortunate result being a 40-19 loss. Put in Bay BasketballPut in Bay Basketball








Put in Bay BasketballThe Panther Girls, fresh off a first place finish at the Great Lakes Island Schools Competition on Beaver Island, boosted their record to 6-0 with a nail-biter game against the Temple Christian girls.  Scoring went down to the wire, with incredible shooting by both teams.  Put in Bay BasketballPut in Bay BasketballThe final score was 51-55.  Put-in-Bay School Cheerleaders and Lil-Dancers did a superb job of energizing the full-house audience. WPIB Radio WPIB radio broadcaster Patrick Meyers called the game with attention-getting enthusiasm!

Away games for the coming week, but the Panthers return to the home floor on Saturday, 15 December 2018.

More images posted HERE!Put in Bay Basketball


Put-in-Bay Basketball Earns First and Second Place at Great Lakes Tournament

Put in Bay wins Great Lakes Islands Tournament

Coach Shuffenecker and his first place team “Claim the Lakes!”

Put-in-Bay School’s Lady Panthers basketball earned first place with a 3-0 record at the Great Lakes Islands School Tournament held on Beaver Island this weekend.  The boy’s team came in second place with a 2-1 record, just behind the winning Beaver Island boys.  High school basketball teams from Beaver Island, Put-in-Bay, Mackinac Island, and Washington Island, Wisconsin, participated.

Great Lakes Islands School Basketball Tournament

Referees, coaches, and team members from the four high schools competing at Beaver Island.

Reporting and photos courtesy of Heidi Ladd