Forty-five years ago, Goshen was the Clermont County League football champion, Batavia won it all in basketball and track and Amelia was baseball champion.
Goshen was undefeated during the 1964-65 varsity football season.
The Clermont County League gridiron all-stars of 45 years were as follows:
Second team: Larry Pitts and Barry Gose of Little Miami (ends), Dave Kittrell of Glen Este and Butch Thomas of Little Miami (tackles), Doug Adkins of Goshen and Ron Chapman of Williamsburg (guards), John Ellison of Glen Este and Mick Frederick of Goshen (centers), Neil Crowley of Little Miami and Wayne Kirkpatrick of Goshen (halfbacks), Jerry Frederick of Goshen (fullback), and Mike Knox and Tom Kimball of Amelia (quarterbacks).
First team: Don Ogletree (honorary captain) and Bill Kalchek of Batavia, Kenny Irvin of Williamsburg, Gary Brunetti and Roger Illie of Amelia, Chris Hall and Bryan Moore of Glen Este, Jim Howard of Felicity, Mike Curry of Clermont Northeastern, and Buddy White of Bethel. Bob Clousson of Batavia (coach of the year).
First team: Mike Knox (honorary captain) and Roger Illie of Amelia, John Caldwell of Bethel, Jim Howard of Felicity, John Ellison of Glen Este, Dave Gold, Doug Adkins, and Ron McHenry of Goshen, and Ken Irvin of Williamsburg. Shafe Boles of Glen Este (coach of the year).
Track and Field
First team: Don Ogletree (co-most valuable performer), Dave Smith, Bari Holman, and Bill Kalchek of Batavia, Wayne Wells (co-most valuable performer) of Goshen, Ken Coy of Glen Este, and Frank Beaty of Amelia.