Sports Archive

Lady Tigers’ mentality shift is proving effective in early going

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor The Bethel-Tate Lady Tigers have made a concerted effort in 2015-16 to be a defense-first team, evolving from the run-and-gun squad that tried to outscore opponents night in and night out last year. That shift in game plan has proven effective as the Lady Tigers are off to a 6-0 [ Read More ]

Veritas Athlete Development to bring exposure, opportunity to local athletes

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor The world of college recruiting is fiercely competitive and time-consuming in and of itself, so what Richie Cox wants to do with his new business — Veritas Athlete Development, opening near Eastgate in early 2016 — is strip away a lot of the noise and politics that can taint an [ Read More ]

Hunters encouraged to attend summits

Ohio hunters and others interested in the state’s white-tailed deer management programs have the opportunity to provide feedback about hunting regulations and season structures in central Ohio on Saturday, Jan. 23, and in northeast Ohio on Saturday, Jan. 30, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). After input from last year’s deer summits [ Read More ]

More than 80 Reds and 20,000 fans attend Redsfest

Redsfest drew 20,118 fans to the Duke Energy Convention Center on December 4 and 5, an 11% increase over 2014. “We can’t thank Reds fans enough for making 2015 Redsfest one of our best yet,” said Phil Castellini, Reds Chief Operating Officer. “All Reds players, current and former alike, love Redsfest because it brings them [ Read More ]

Batavia inducts Hall of Fame Class of 2015

The Batavia Athletic Department inducted its 2015 Hall of Fame class on Thursday, Dec. 3 at a ceremony held at the high school. The class was made up of eight individuals: Greg Poynter, Daniel Brian Miller, Vince Kennedy, James (J.D.) Fugate, Joey Moorehead, Ed Jucker, Stephen A. Shinkle and Dennis G. Wells. Apart from the [ Read More ]

Glen Este and Amelia boast a new generation of divers

By Kevin Dunnette SID, ECC A groundbreaking ceremony was held May 28 for the new consolidated West Clermont High School, with some 200 people attending the event. The 370,000 square foot, $90 million school, on 78 acres, will accommodate 2,500 students and is expected to open in time for the start of the 2017-2018 school [ Read More ]

Burg wins Bob Guy Invite

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor Three Clermont County schools got their wrestling seasons underway at the annual Bob Guy Wrestling Invitational hosted by Williamsburg High School on Saturday, Dec. 5. The host Wildcats emerged victorious over 10 other teams thanks in large part to three tournament champions and three runners-up, beating out rivals Bethel-Tate by [ Read More ]

BCRL brings organized team sports to the youth of Batavia

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor For more than 50 years, the Batavia Community Recreation League has given the youth of the local community an avenue in which to play organized team sports throughout the year. Offering baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, soccer and cheerleading, the BCRL has given children ages 5 to 17 an affordable and [ Read More ]

Two Milford lacrosse players announce collegiate choices

The Milford High School Department of Athletics is pleased to announce that two more members of its Class of 2016 will continue their athletic careers on the collegiate level. The student-athletes that have committed to continuing their academic and athletic futures include Molly Shea (Women’s Lacrosse-Mount St. Joseph University) and Samantha Short (Women’s Lacrosse-Methodist University). [ Read More ]

UC Clermont baseball team spends time at Children’s Hospital

UC Clermont’s baseball team has been spending time at Children’s Hospital in a community outreach effort.   Five-to-six players from the team have visited Children’s Hospital every Tuesday in November and are scheduled to again for the first Wednesday in December. The players spend an hour in the patient activity center, where children come to [ Read More ]

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