Sports Archive

Goshen trusting guys on bump to get them over the SBC hump

By Chris Chaney Sun staff After back-to-back trips the Division II sectional final and a pair of runner-up finishes in the Southern Buckeye Conference’s American Division, the Goshen Warriors are prepared to take the next step in the spring of 2015. “We have a good core group of guys who are close-knit and play for [ Read More ]

Bethel-Tate wrestlers honored

Mayor Alan Ausman made a proclamation honoring student Kermit Beckworth, middle, head coach Tom Donahue, right, and the Bethel-Tate Wrestling Team for their sportsmanship during a council meeting on April 9.

BSC Blasters win SoccerElite

The Beechmont Soccer Club u10 Blasters, a select team made up of girls from Williamsburg, Batavia, Amelia and Beechmont, participated in the 2015 SoccerElite Spring Championship this past weekend in Memphis, Tenn. During the weekend competing against teams from Illinois and Tennessee, the Blasters advanced through the early rounds to reach the championship game, which [ Read More ]

Burg coming together as season gets busier

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Coming off of a resurgent season that saw the Williamsburg Lady Wildcats earn top honors in the Southern Buckeye Conference’s National Division as well as a trip to the district semifinals, Rick Healey’s squad returns three All-League selections including reigning Player of the Year, Kacey Smith. “We’re 6-1 to start [ Read More ]

CNE bringing together two groups

By Chris Chaney Sun staff A small, but formidable roster of 21 track and field athletes at Clermont Northeastern is trying to find its sea legs only a few meets into the 2015 spring season. With nine boys and 12 girls, head coaches Pat Rexroat and Greg Rose are finding that they are coaching up [ Read More ]

Lions looking to make it four SBC titles in a row

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Winners of at least a share of the last three Southern Buckeye Conference American Division titles and owners of a pair of sectional championships in the last two years, the New Richmond baseball team entered the 2015 season with a strong pedigree. However, the graduation of seven seniors from last [ Read More ]

MLB launches Franchise Four campaign to be released at the All-Star Game

Major League Baseball today announced the launch of the “Franchise Four” campaign, which will allow fans to vote for the most impactful players who best represent each Major League franchise and several other significant categories in the sport’s history. The winners of the month-long period of fan voting on will be announced during pregame [ Read More ]

Four girls basketball players top 1,000 points

By Chris Chaney Sun staff In a season full of memorable moments, four Clermont County girls basketball players etched their names into their respective schools’ permanent memory banks by eclipsing 1,000 points for their career. Batavia’s Samantha McElfresh, Bethel-Tate’s Julia and Brooke Jenike and Felicity-Franklin’s Ashley Moore all passed the milestone at some point throughout [ Read More ]

Lady Cougars off to hot start despite wet conditions

By Chris Chaney Sun staff A promising albeit frustrating start to the 2015 season for the UC Clermont Lady Cougars has head coach Dan Kinney excited about his team’s prospects, yet agitated with Mother Nature. “(The beginning of the season) has been great so far,” he said. “Our pitching has been outstanding — our pitcher [ Read More ]

Goshen’s Schock to play in a pair of All-Star games

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Outgoing Goshen senior Cody Schock may not have chosen where he wants to play his college basketball yet, but he will have a couple more times to lace up his sneakers donning a Warriors uniform as the 6-foot-7 forward was selected to play in both the Cincinnati East vs. West [ Read More ]

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