Sports Archive

Glen Este’s Thomas and Stoffel top Clermont in FAVC-Buckeye cross country finale

Michelle Thomas, Glen Este High School senior, highlighted the Clermont County performances in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division cross country championships.

Thomas leads county at Centerville Stampede

Steven Stoffel, a Glen Este junior, was the first Clermonter to finish the 3.1-mile course in 17-minutes, 2-seconds. Other Clermont countians among the best 15 harriers were Nate McQueen of Goshen who was ninth in 18:19 and Brandon Behymer of GE who was 12th in 18:44.

Glen Este, Milford, and Williamsburg volleyball net two wins each in sectional tournament action

The autumn sports season sectional tournaments are upon us in various varsity varieties. Glen Este volleyball has advanced through the first two rounds. The Trojans took Western Brown 25-22, 25-21, 26-24 and Turpin’s Spartans 25-20, 14-25, 25-18, 25-20.

Williamsburg winning streak continues; Amelia and Goshen are SBC-A victors

Williamsburg, Amelia, and Goshen were the winners of Week Nine’s Clermont County high school varsity football games. Williamsburg (7-2 overall, 3-1 Southern Buckeye Conference National Division) gained an impressive non-conference triumph over visiting Landmark Christian 43-7. The Wildcats were in control at each intermission 22-0, 29-0, and 36-0.

E-Gals’, Barons’, and Rockets’ goals are girls soccer championship crowns

Milford, Amelia, and Clermont Northeastern are at or near the forefront of their girls varsity soccer races in the Fort Ancient Valley Buckeye Division and the Southern Buckeye American Division, respectively. The E-Gals won a Fort Ancient Valley Conference (FAVC) clash over Walnut Hills’ Eagles 5-0. Junior forward Kelly Yee scored three goals for the winners and Ashli Bowling and Kiersten Johnson each added another.

Milford and Amelia boys soccer squads kicking around their unfortunate foes

Most of Clermont County’s varsity boys soccer squads have been experiencing a superb number of victories. Milford’s mastering of big and powerful programs has earned them local and statewide ranking. Batavia has been on a scoring rampage of late and Amelia, Clermont Northeastern, and New Richmond have been extremely tough on their unfortunate foes.

New Richmond boys race to SBC-American Division cross country championship

New Richmond’s varsity boys cross country squad convincingly won the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division championship. The Lions scored 35 points, Amelia 96, Bethel-Tate 112, Western Brown 119, and Goshen 200.

Batavia wins first game; New Richmond and Williamsburg winning streaks continue

Batavia won its first game of the year and New Richmond and Williamsburg continue to thrash their opponents to highlight Week Eight of the Clermont County high school varsity football scene. Batavia (1-7 overall, 1-3 Southern Buckeye Conference American Division) outlasted Bethel-Tate (1-7 overall, 1-3 Southern Buckeye Conference American Division) 28-21. The visiting Bulldogs owned leads of 7-0, 21-14, and 21-14 at the end of each quarter.

Milford girl golfers are runner-up in FAVC Tournament

Milford was runner-up in the 10-team Fort Ancient Valley Conference (FAVC) Varsity Girls Golf Tournament. The E-Gals took 388 shots behind the champion Kings Knights who made 341 strokes. Glen Este was ninth with a total 479.

Three men with strong Clermont County ties elected to Greater Cincy Softball Hall of Fame

Bob “Buck” Owens has been selected into the Norwood Sorrento’s – Greater Cincinnati Softball Hall of Fame. He was elected as a member of the Special Service category. The induction ceremony will not be until January 2011.


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