Sports Archive

Milford girls water polo finishes fourth in state tournament

By Shawn Sell The Milford High School girls water polo team wrapped up its 2014 season finishing fourth at the Ohio Water Polo State Championship which concluded on Saturday at Mason High School. After losing to eventual state champion Upper Arlington in the semifinals, the Eagles dropped a heartbreaking 11-9 overtime decision to Sycamore in [ Read More ]

Milford’s Creager ties for 16th in state, uses experience to prepare for next level

By Chris Chaney Sun staff At a time of year when most golfers are beginning to store away their clubs for the winter, Milford High School’s Megan Creager was in Columbus last weekend finishing off a historic high school career and competing against the best female golfers in the state. “It was definitely a once [ Read More ]

Local boys’ soccer teams seasons end in sectional tournament

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The boys’ soccer season is over in Clermont County. Bethel-Tate was the last team standing, facing Summit Country Day in the Division III sectional final on Monday, Oct. 20, but the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division champions fell to the defending state champions, 5-0. Bethel finished the season 14-3 and [ Read More ]

Batavia Athletic Boosters hosting first annual Bulldog Social Nov. 8

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Batavia High School is taking it upon itself to make improvements to its athletic facilities, thinking outside the box to accumulate the funds necessary to give their student-athletes the best playing surfaces available. As such, the Batavia Athletic Boosters will host the first annual Bulldog Social on Nov. 8 at [ Read More ]

Girls’ soccer season comes to a close as four local teams fall in sectional finals

By Chris Chaney Sun staff An eventful girls’ soccer season came to a sobering end on Oct. 21 as four local teams fell in their respective sectional finals. Amelia and Milford in Division I, New Richmond in Division II and Bethel-Tate in Division III all made sectional final appearances only to fall to teams seeded [ Read More ]

New Richmond teams, seven local individuals move on to regionals

By Chris Chaney Sun staff A cool, overcast day at Voice of America Park in West Chester gave way to a trip to the Oct. 25 regional cross country meet at Troy High School for both the New Richmond squads and seven other local runners. The New Richmond girls’ team was district champions for the [ Read More ]

Felicity claims first sectional volleyball championship in 20 years, avenges postseason losses to Fayetteville

By Chris Chaney Sun staff With the sectional portion of the girls’ Ohio State Volleyball Tournament complete, of the 10 Clermont County schools who began postseason play last week only the Felicity-Franklin Lady Cardinals are playing into the last week of October. Sectional champions for the first time in 20 years, head coach Damon Smith [ Read More ]

Clermont’s Amber Lawrence named Player of the Week

For the second consecutive week and the third time during the 2014 season, a UC Clermont volleyball player has received a national award. Amber Lawrence, a sophomore middle hitter from Felicity-Franklin High School, has been named the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Volleyball Player of the Week. Lawrence received this honor for her outstanding [ Read More ]

Board of Directors approves state tennis move to ATP in Mason

The Ohio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors held its October meeting Thursday morning at the OHSAA office. The board unanimously approved moving the OHSAA girls and boys state tennis tournaments to the Lindner Family Tennis Center beginning in the fall of 2015 with the girls state tournament. The professional tennis facility in Mason [ Read More ]

YWCA celebrates 85th downtown building anniversary

The year 1928 was a monumental one for Cincinnati. According to an article found in the Enquirer dated Dec. 30, 1928, city officials crafted a plan and corresponding $42 million budget for the addition of 10 glorious new structures, including the beautiful YWCA $1 million building. The downtown YWCA Headquarters Building located at 9th & [ Read More ]

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