Lowe believes Clermont County needs more amateur athletic facilities

February 2nd, 2007    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Kenny Lowe is ready to unfold a long-time personal dream and goal – develop and operate a “total sports facility” in Clermont County.

Lowe is a resident of Batavia and a Milford High School graduate where his love of sports showed in that he participated and stood out on the football gridiron, the basketball court, and the baseball diamond.

Since moving to Batavia many years ago Lowe has achieved success as a highly praised varsity girls head soccer coach and a girls basketball assistant coach for the Bulldogs and has worked at the Clermont County YMCA.

The population of Clermont County continues to increase at a fast pace with the population today above 190,000 residents. Lowe is certain the county needs more athletic facilities to match the population increase.

"I want this sports facility to have anything and everything that deals with sports," he said. "There is definitely a need for this kind of facility in this area. I've worked with (the American Amateur Athletic Union) and getting space and time (to practice and play) anywhere is tough."

Lowe would like Clermont County facility to gain a very respectable reputation and great recognition to be able "to host AAU tournaments in sports like volleyball and girls basketball.

"This area is starting to grow and we need more facilities and room," Lowe said.

If you are interested in learning more from Lowe, please contact Lowe at LoweKenneth@msn.com.
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