By Garth Shanklin
As the teams across Clermont County continue their march toward the postseason, the Milford Lady Eagles continue to rise up the Eastern Cincinnati Conference standings while the Amelia Lady Barons and New Richmond Lady Lions continue to find themselves in a three-team race.
The Lady Eagles earned a 3-1 win over Anderson on Sept. 13. Norwood defeated Felicity 6-0, while Bethel-Tate edged past Goshen 2-1. Batavia earned a 2-0 victory over Clermont Northeastern, while New Richmond defeated Seven Hills 4-2.
Two days later, the Lady Lions battled Anderson to a 0-0 draw. Clermont Northeastern earned a 6-0 victory over Fayetteville, while Amelia fell to Madeira 3-2. Blanchester and Batavia also ended in a scoreless draw, while Williamsburg and Norwood ended tied a two. Goshen earned a 3-2 win over Georgetown.
Earlier this week, on Sept. 19, Williamsburg earned a 3-1 win over Georgetown. Junior Hailey Beesten scored twice, with Hope Schaljo tallying Williamsburg’s other goal.
New Richmond defeated Reading 8-1, while Amelia dropped a 3-1 decision to Little Miami. Clermont Northeastern received a pair of goals from Kayla Nichols en route to a 6-0 shutout win over Felicity.
Numerous teams return to the pitch on Thursday, Sept. 22. Felicity travels to Blanchester while Bethel-Tate visits Georgetown. Clermont Northeastern has a road match at Williamsburg, while Goshen plays Western Brown. All of those games are scheduled to begin at 5 p.m.
Norwood is at Amelia and New Richmond is at Batavia with 7 p.m. starts.
Tags: Amelia Lady Barons Soccer, Batavia Lady Lions Soccer, Bethel-Tate Lady Tigers Soccer, Clermont Northeastern Lady Rockets Soccer, Felicity-Franklin Lady Cardinals Soccer, Glen Este Lady Trojans Soccer, Goshen Lady Warriors Soccer, Milford Lady Eagles Soccer, New Richmond Lady Lions Soccer, Williamsburg Lady Wildcats Soccer