Sports Archive

22 to compete at SW District Tournament

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Clermont County will be well represented across Division I and II at the Southwest Ohio District Swimming Championships this week as 22 student-athletes from four schools will compete in 11 events. Milford High School leads the way with 11 swimmers and divers taking part in the district tournament, followed by [ Read More ]

Youth team puts the ‘student’ in ‘student-athlete’

By Chris Chaney Sun staff To some, the term “student-athlete” is a farce; a cover-up used to exploit the talents of young athletes for the betterment of a greater institution. But to a third- and fourth-grade youth basketball team practicing out of Batavia Elementary School, the “student-athlete” moniker isn’t just a label, it’s a priority. [ Read More ]

Six Eagles will fly at collegiate level

By Shawn Sell The Milford High School Department of Athletics is pleased to announce that six members of the Class of 2015 will continue their athletic careers on the collegiate level. The six student-athletes that have committed to continuing their academic and athletic futures include: Erin Beurket (Soccer-Ohio University), Shannon Brueck (Soccer-Wittenberg University), Tara Claus [ Read More ]

Amelia’s Charles to play at Mount St. Joe

By Dane Neumeister Kama Charles, a 5-foot-5 defensive specialist from Amelia, Ohio will attend Mount St. Joseph University in the fall and play volleyball for the Lions next season, head coach Jon Bennett announced Jan. 30. Charles earned Outstanding Defensive Player last season as a senior at Amelia High School. She played for head coach [ Read More ]

Four Trojan athletes commit to compete at the next level

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Glen Este High School honored four student-athletes who have signed National Letters of Intent or committed to continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level on National Signing Day, Wednesday, Feb. 4. Jacob Wahl, Tanner Korfhagen, Allyson Saylor and Makenna Lavatori were recognized amongst family, friends and coaches [ Read More ]

Reds offer unique Presidents Day special

The Reds Hall of Fame & Museum are planning special events for the upcoming Presidents’ Day Weekend: Baseball and the Presidents – Saturday, Feb. 14 at 2 p.m. Historian Mel Marmer returns to the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum on Saturday, Feb. 14 at 2 p.m. to present “Baseball and the Presidents.” Mr. Marmer [ Read More ]

Reinvented Lady Lions overachieving in 2015

By Chris Chaney Sun staff For the last four years, the New Richmond girls basketball team has had a distinct identity that was personified by 6-foot-6 inch center Josie Buckingham. The four-year varsity letter winner was the most decorated basketball player in school history, so with her presence missing in the paint, head coach Brad [ Read More ]

New Richmond wins Batavia Invite

The New Richmond wrestling team poses with the Steve Shinke Batavia Invitational trophy on Feb. 7. The Lions beat second-place Talawanda by 58.5 points. Turpin, Goshen, Bethel-Tate and Purcell followed.

Eagles remain focussed while making history

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Milford Eagles business-as-usual approach to their record-breaking 2014-15 season continued on Friday, Feb. 6 as the Eastern Cincinnati Conference frontrunners brushed back their latest challengers, Kings, 53-47, moving their record to 18-0. “It’s funny,” head coach Joe Cambron said, “we haven’t talked about the streak at all. It’s pretty [ Read More ]

New Bethel AD sets sights high

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Bethel-Tate Board of Education approved the hiring of a new high school athletic director at its meeting on Jan. 27. Matt Koenig, a 12-year veteran of Kings High School, replaces Joe Sumpter who vacated the post earlier this school year. Koenig left Kings in 2011 to take a job [ Read More ]

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