The Second Annual Bethel 10K Run and 5K Walk began and ended at Burke Park. The course wound around and through the Greater Bethel area.
The Milford and Glen Este varsity girls golf teams have both earned victories in the beginning portion of the varsity autumn season. The Eagles and the Trojans, members of the Fort Ancienit Valley Conference Buckeye Division, are Clermont County’s only teams in this sport. The Fairfield Invirtational began the 2010 high school girls varsity golf season for Clermont County’s teams.
Clermont Northeastern won its third consecutive game, Milford outlasted Amelia, Williamsburg amassed a lot of points in its victory, and Bethel-Tate surprised Goshen to highlight Clermont County high school varsity football action last Friday night. Clermont Northeastern (3-0 overall) got by a determined Batavia (0-3 overall) squad 14-0.
The Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) Girls Tennis Tournament took place at Blanchester High School. Both divisions were combined into one tournament and Western Brown emerged victorious with 25 team points, Amelia had 20, East Clinton 19, Bethel-Tate 17, New Richmond 7, Goshen 4, Batavia 3, Blanchester 3, Felicity 2, and Clermont Northeastern 1.
A total of eight Clermont County high school varsity boys and girls cross country teams competed in the season-opening FinishTiming.com X-C Invitational. The event took place on the course at Wilmington College. The competing Clermont County schools were Batavia, Bethel-Tate, Felicity, and New Richmond.
Michelle Thomas, a Glen Este High School senior, is seeking to make her fourth appearance at the state cross country championship meet her most successful. Her major goal for the season is obviously “hopefully to win the state.”
The Batavia and Madeira Tournament was the first athletic event of the 2010-2011 school year for Clermont County high school sports. Indian Hill was the victor of the East Side Division with 311 strokes, McNicholas Green made 334, Batavia 348, McNicholas Gold 349, Amelia 353, New Richmond 364, and Bethel-Tate 370.
Clermont Northeastern is the only unbeaten Clermont County high school varsity football squad remaining after just two weeks of competition. Amelia and Williamsburg have joined the winners’ column due to victories last Friday night.
Clermont Northeastern, Glen Este, Milford, and New Richmond were Clermont County’s winners for the opening week of the 2010 season of high school varsity football competition. All nine of the games were of the non-conference confrontations. Clermont Northeastern returned from Cincinnati Country Day with a 19-14 victory.
Eric Finan, current University of Cincinnati and former New Richmond High School distance running star, was the winner of the 14th Annual Scott McDowell River Run. The 5K run and 5K walk took place in the streets of New Richmond as a part of the village’s River Days celebration.