Milford wins FAVC Buckeye baseball crown; CNE and New Richmond in duel for SBC-A

May 7th, 2010    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Bethel-Tate and New Richmond have matched each other game for game in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division in recent Clermont County high school baseball play.


The Tigers walloped Williamsburg 20-6 in a Southern Buckeye Conference non-division game. Tyler Hacker was the winning pitcher who received offensive support from Spencer Sutter’s two hits and five runs batted in (RBI), Matt Small’s two hits and four RBI, Jeremy Moss’ and Kevin Poe’s two hits and three RBI each, and Tanner Wolffram’s two hits. Kevin Keeton led the Wildcats’ resistance with two hits and five RBI.

Blanchester’s Wildcats went down by an 8-6 tally.

Cody Kirker was the winning pitcher and Matt Laws got the save. Home runs were smashed by Tommy Galea, Sutter, and Wolfram. Galea batted in three runs and Sutter and Wolfram two RBI apiece in this non-division game of the Southern Buckeye Conference.

New Richmond

The Lions got by Blanchester's Wildcats 8-7. Kevin Hamilton earned the win on the mound. Steven Binder got two base raps for the Clermont countians.

The game lasted just five innings as the Red and Black set back Georgetown's G-Men 11-1. Zack Ritter was credited with the victory on the hill. Michael Skaggs bashed a homer and plated three teammates, Hamilton had three hits and two RBI, and Binder and Will Shoemaker added two hits each to the cause in this non-division game of the Southern Buckeye Conference.

Amelia was dropped 13-0. Austin Warden was the winning hurler and got two hits and four RBI to help himself. Skaggs had two hits and three RBI and Binder three hits in this non-league blowout.

In the A. J. Cohen Tournament, Anderson edged the Red and Black 2-0. Binder's two hits powered the Lions' offense.


The Bulldogs mastered Mariemont's Warriors 8-5 behind the pitching of Eric Brown. David Lenhardt clobbered a home run and Nathan Wiesmare had two hits for the Clermont countians in this non-conference confrontation.

Western Brown won a non-division Southern Buckeye Conference battle over the Bulldogs 9-4. Joe Wahl and McClain Shepard both hit safely three times for the Green and White.

Clermont Northeastern

The Rockets romped over Georgetown's G-Men 10-0 in a Southern Buckeye Conference non-division fray. Josh Cockerham tossed the triumph. Ryan Krebs doubled twice and had two RBI, Taylor Shinkle and Ryan Mummert both crossed the plate twice.

Madeira's Mustangs blanked the Blue and Gold in five innings 13-0. This was a non-league tilt.


The Eagles rose up above Upper Arlington's Golden Bears 3-1. Trevor Cunningham earned the win on the hill. A. J. Wilson and Ted Litzler both hit round-trippers among their three hits each, Wilson drove in six runs and Litzler three, Kevin Chaffin had two hits and two RBI, and Connor Ferguson and Wes Minton had two base raps each.

Anderson's Redskins were an easy win in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division, 10-0. Nick Hittner was the winning moundman, Minton, Chaffin, and Cunningham each had a pair of base knocks and Litzler and Chris Ticherich equally shared four RBI.

The Orange and Black fell to the Clermont countians again, this time by a 3-1 verdict. Frank Sullivan got the win pitching and Minton was credited with a save.

Westerville North's Warriors whipped the Red and White 7-4. Minton had two hits and Hittner two RBi in this non-conference confrontation.


The Warriors wiped out Georgetown 11-1 in a Southern Buckeye Conference non-division drubbing. Joey Ward was the winning pitcher and aided himself with two hits and four RBI and Derek Koch hit a home run and drove in two teammates.

Anderson skimmed by the Red and Gray 7-5. Koch and Roenick Whitney got two hits apiece for Goshen.

Glen Este

The Trojans lost twice to Harrison's Wildcats in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division.

The first game was 9-3. Mike Kennedy hit a four-sacker for GE and Austiin Istvan had two hits.

The tally for the second game was 9-8. Adam Heming hit two base raps and drove in two mates and Kennedy and Matt Jones had two hits apiece.


The Barons lost two to Turpin's Spartans in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division.

Game One was 8-4. Dylan Newport and Scotty Weaver equally shared four base raps for the Blue and White.

Game Two was a five-inning shellacking, 20-6.
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