The opening weekend of Clermont County high school varsity football was complete victory for the county schools in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference and a complete zero for the teams in the Southern Buckeye Conference.
Campbell Cnty, Ky. 26
The Eagles staged a tremendous fourth quarter comeback in Kentucky to defeat the host Camels who were ahead after the first three quarters 13-0, 20-0, and 20-6.
Senior running back Ben Hittner began the scoring for the Clermont countians on a one-yard plunge, junior running back Cade Williams scored on a 34-yard run, and in the rowdy rally in the closing minutes of the contest, senior tight end Robert Overbeck and senior quarterback Bryan Kerber teamed on pass plays of 83 and one yard, respectively, to achieve the win for Milford. Freshman placekicker John Nagle, in his first varsity battle, kicked the winning point among his three point after conversions.
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In a tightly battled game on the road, the Wildcats were down 7-0 after the first quarter and tied the game a 7-both at the half and 14-both after the third quarter before the Silver Knights eked out the win.
Senior running back Joey Clowerey and senior quarterback Jacob Edmisten accounted for the Williamsburg touchdowns on runs on one yard. Junior Kendall Young kicked both points after touchdown. for ‘Burg.
Indian Hill 20
New Richmond 18
The Red and Black lost a thriller to the Braves.
Scoring the touchdowns for host squad were senior running back Danny Scholz twice and senior running back Nick Hill once.
Cin. Country Day 35
Scoring the touchdowns for the Rockets were senior running back Clay Cousino and junior running back Dallas Miracle in this loss that took place in the Blue and Gold’s home opener versus the Indians.
The visiting Tigers were down to the host Warriors after each quarter 7-0, 14-0, and 14-0.
Ross 34 Goshen 0
The Rams returned home happy following its impressive 34-0 victory over the Warriors.
Madeira 35 Batavia 0
The Mustangs sent the Bulldogs packing for home with this setback. Following a scoreless first period, the hosts led 21-0 and 21-0 after the next two stanzas.
Glen Este beat visiting Amelia 35-0.