Sports Archive

Glen Este, Bethel-Tate on top of county mat scene; Gresham a finalist in Coaches’ Classic

Clermont County’s varsity wrestling squads have been achieving some very creditable efforts. Glen Este Glen Este was sixth among 16 teams at the Raider Rumble that took place at Ryle (Ky.) High School. Teams came from Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Virginia. The Trojans were sixth among the 16 contenders. The GE placers were Cory Burris [ Read More ]

CNE’s Nick Simpson is most valuable wrestler at Williamsburg’s Bob Guy Invite Invitational

Williamsburg’s Roger Thornberry and Jordan Smith are also champions The pair of Clermont County wrestling squads in the competition turned in respectable efforts at the Annual Bob Guy Invitational that took place at Williamsburg High School. The tourney is named in honor of the most successful wrestling coach in Williamsburg High School history. The most [ Read More ]

Milford, Williamsburg, Glen Este, Goshen male cagers unbeaten in early action

Eagles, Wildcats, Trojans, and Warriors atop their respective conference races Milford, Williamsburg, Glen Este, and Goshen have each begun the 2010-11 varsity boys basketball campaign with unblemished records. Milford and Glen Este are battling it out in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference East Division. Goshen is among the top the of the Southern Buckeye American [ Read More ]

Milford MVP Beau Robinson leads Eagles’ spectacular effort at Mason swim invite

Milford turned in a very respectable performance at the prestigious Mason Swimming Invitational. The boys were second among the 15 teams that scored with 331 points. Perennial state champion, St. Xavier, was the winner with 431. Glen Este was 11th with 32 points Beau Robinson, a Milford junior, was named the meet’s Most Outstanding Performer. [ Read More ]

Milford and Glen Este girls at top of FAVC basketball race; Felicity ends losing streak

Milford and Glen Este’s girls are the top two teams in the East Division girls basketball race of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference (FAVC). Also highlighting the early beginnings of the season is Felicity ending a long losing streak. Milford defeated Goshen 49-29. The E-Gals led at each rest 11-7, 20-13, and 41-22. Senior guard [ Read More ]

Norwood will join Southern Buckeye in 2012

Indians will join the American Division; CNE will change over to the National Division Norwood has unanimously been accepted to become a member of the Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) by its 12 current members. The Indians will begin competing in the SBC beginning the 2012-13 school year. Norwood will be the first Hamilton County school [ Read More ]

Glen Este and Milford dropping out of FAVC; joining others for new league beginning 2012

Anderson, Turpin, and Loveland are among other schools leaving Fort Ancient Valley Glen Este and Milford high schools will be leaving the Fort Ancient Valley Conference (FAVC) following the 2012-13 school year. Both Clermont County high schools are members of the conference’s East Division. There are five other schools that will be joining them for [ Read More ]

Hrycyk, Shebesta, Lipps, Tolin, Meadors, Thompson, Hill newest in BTHS Sports Hall

Bethel-Tate High School has selected its newest class of inductees into its sports hall of fame. The annual induction ceremony will place the night the Tigers host Amelia’s Barons in boys basketball, Saturday Feb. 12. The Class of 2011 includes a total of seven athletes and contributors, and one coach. Jan Lipps and Don Shebesta [ Read More ]

Sarah Alley taking talents to Ashland University

Sarah Alley, an outstanding Milford High School student-athlete, has recently signed a letter-of-intent to further her education and athletic career at Ashland University, Ashland Ohio. The Ashland Eagles have qualified for the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA) national championship tournament the past two years. “At first wanted to go south, but after I visited Ashland [ Read More ]

David Lenhardt advancing to Northern Kentucky University

David Lenhardt, a Batavia High School senior, has signed a letter-of-intent to continue his education and baseball career at Northern Kentucky University. The 5-foot, 11-inch, catcher and centerfielder plans to major in physical therapy. “I picked Northern Kentucky because its a good school and it has a really good baseball program,” said Lenhardt. He has [ Read More ]

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