Milford and New Richmond have been unbeaten in recent Clermont County high school varsity baseball action. Glen Este, Batavia, and Bethel-Tate have also been big winners.
The Eagles nipped Anderson’s Redskins 6-5 in a game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. Wes Minton was the winning pitcher who helped assure the victory by clobbering a home run. Matt Mithoefer added two hits to the Clermont countians’ cause.
In another Buckeye Division game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference, Milford out-slugged Loveland’s Tigers 12-8. Robert Nesteroff was the victor on the mound and picked up two hits to help himself. A. J. Wilson, who earned the save, also got two base raps. Zac McFarland added three hits, and Kevin Chaffin, Jacob Ohnmeis, and Ticherich each added a pair to the Milford offensive attack.
Wilson is a Greater Cincinnati leader with 25 RBI.
The Lions bombed Bethel-Tate 17-7 in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division. Justin Wilson was the triumphant hurler who assisted himself by getting three hits. Steven Binder hammered a homer among his three hits and had five runs batted in (RBI), Skaggs had four hits, Josh Erdman three, and Dylan Senters two. Zach Taylor had three base knocks and Ricky Kimberly two for the Tigers.
East Clinton's Astros were erased in six innings 15-5. Austin Warden was the winning hurler in this Southern Buckeye Conference non-division contest. Zack Ritter led the Red and Black with two hits and three RBI and Wilson had four hits.
The Trojans took five innings to beat Clermont Northeastern 13-1 in a non-conference game. Andrew King was the winner on the hill. He was helped by Nathan Bromagem's three hits and three runs scored, Matt Jones' three runs scored, Greg Jones' and David Mues', three RBI apiece, Matt Marksberry's two RBI, and Brandon Fuller's two hits. The Rockets' resistance was led by Justin Messinger and Nick Averwater who had two hits each.
In the Beast of the East Tournament, CNE was beaten, this time, 12-0. Fuller was the winning pitcher who hit safely thrice and scored twice and Bromagem added three hits and M. Jones, Marksberry, and Andrew Gerber had two base raps apiece.
Winton Woods' Warriors were walloped in five innings 14-0. In this Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division tilt, Kyle Gordon was the triumphant pitcher. Gerber had a career performance with three hits including a home run, scored twice, and had four RBI, G. Jones and Matt Bohart-Woods also homered, Bromagem scored twice and drove in two runs, and M. Jones, Marksberry, and King scored two times each.
Loveland won a Buckeye Division game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference over GE 5-1. Gerber's two hits led the Purple and White's offense.
Greater Cincinnati leaders are Marksberry with five wins on the mound and 64 strikeouts and Bromagem with three triples and 24 runs scored.
The Bulldogs belted Blanchester's Wildcats 13-0 in a five-inning Southern Buckeye Conference National Division game. Korey Eads was the winning pitcher, striking out nine. He helped himself by getting two hits. Teammates Kris Hecktor added three hits and Ryan Anstaett, Wahl, and Zach Heber two apiece.
East Clinton was also eliminated by the Bulldogs in five innings, 19-4. Eric Roberts helped his winning pitching performance by getting four hits including a home run. David Lenhardt and Anstaett muscled out home runs and J. D. Little and Wahl contributed two hits each.
Madeira's Mustangs won a non-conference game over the Green and White 7-3. Hecktor, Roberts, Little, and Wahl equally shared eight hits.
Greater Cincinnati leaders were Eads with a 4-0 record and a 0.78 earned run average in 78 innings pitched, Lenhardt with nine doubles, 27 runs scored, and 24 RBI, Hecktor with three triples and 28 runs scored, Anstaett with 27 RBI, and Little with 25 runs scored.
The Tigers nullified next-door neighbor Williamsburg in a non-division Southern Buckeye Conference contest 10-2. Spencer Sutter was the triumphant moundman. He had three hits to help himself. Andy Kimberly had three hits and two RBI, Tanner Wolffram and Courts had two hits and two RBI each, and Luke Parker, Kevin Poe, and Scott Benjamin each had a couple of hits.
The Red and Gray held sway over East Clinton 8-7 in a Southern Buckeye Conference non-division dual. Kirker tossed the victory. He was supported by Kimberly who had three hits and two RBI, Sutter's two hits and two RBI, and Tommy Galea's two hits.
The Barons beat Little Miami's Panthers 7-3 in a Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division showdown. Tyler Feine's 10 strikeouts helped him earn the win on the hill. Scotty Weaver had two hits and scored both times, Ben Kasten had three hits, Andrew Geiger two RBI, Justin Andler scored twice, and Anthony Hunt had two base raps.
Turpin won out 6-1 in a Cardinal Division game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. Matt Dameron's two hits led the Blue and White's offense.
McNicholas overpowered the Barons 19-7 in the Beast of the East Tournament. Hunt's two base raps topped the Amelia offense.
A Greater Cincinnati leader is Tyler Feine fanning 40 foes.
The Wildcats gored Georgetown's G-Men 11-1. Jason Zavislak's two hits and two RBI assisted him to the hurling win. Danny Smith had three hits and three RBI, and Kevin Keeton and Elliott Young two hits each to power the 'Burg attack.
The Rockets brought down Williamsburg 11-0 in five innings in a non-division encounter of the Southern Buckeye Conference. Tanner Sanders was the winning hurler. Hunter Voshell had two hits and scored both times, Hall had two hits and two RBI, and Josh Cockerham drove in three teammates.
Madeira defused the Rockets 10-5 in non-conference action. Messinger hit safely four times, Sanders thrice, and Averwater twice for Northeastern.
A Greater Cincinnati leader is Seth Varner who is 2-1 with a 1.54 earned run average in 27.1 innings pitched.
The Warriors were skimmed by Western Brown 5-4 in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division. Thomas Gibson's three hits and Derek Koch's two RBI spearheaded the Red and Gray's offense.
Darren Garrett is a Greater Cincinnati leader with . 583 hitting average (second) and 22 stolen bases.