New Richmond avenged its only Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) setback that took place in Mount Orab earlier in September by paying back Western Brown’s Broncos 3-2. The Brown and Gold’s loss was their first in the SBC and ties the Brown countians with the Red and Black for the conference’s American Division leadership position.
Amelia is right smack dab in the middle of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division (FAVC-B) girls varsity soccer race. The Barons are 2-1 in the FAVC-B and 6-3-2 overall. “I’m pleasantly surprised with how well we’re doing considering we lost five very talented seniors last year. The girls have stepped up and we still have a chance to win the conference,” said head coach Amy Kemmer, last year’s FAVC-B coach of the year.
Bethel-Tate has won 11 of its first 14 matches. “It’s been a good season,” said coach Harold Messer. “Our five have been playing consistent. We have six freshmen, four sophomores, and one junior on the team with three seniors so I expect us to be good for the next few years.”
Glen Este remains perfect, Goshen has just one blemish on its record, and Clermont Northeastern is on a three-game winning streak to highlight last Friday night’s Clermont County high school football action. Glen Este (6-0) lambasted Loveland 34-0 on the Trojans’ turf. The Purple and White were on top at each intermission 7-0, 21-0, and 34-0.
Halloween season is upon us and Loveland is preparing its own particular celebration by hosting its first Loveland Frogman a part of the city’s Small Stacks Festival that will take place Oct. 14 and 15.
Batavia’s varsity boys soccer team is leading the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division (SBC-N) with a 5-1 record (unbeaten in the SBC-N). The Bulldogs are 8-2 overall.
Milford was the victor among the guys and gals at the Eagles’ own annual cross country invitational. Milford senior Nathan Bullock was the individual champion over the 3.1-mile course in a time of 17-minutes, 20-seconds.
Felicity, Williamsburg, and Batavia are the Clermont County teams battling in a balanced Southern Buckeye Conference National Division (SBC-N) varsity volleyball race.
Not only was the weather dismal, but most of the football action was, too, on an evening played under a sky filled with rain and lightning. Some games were rain shortened.
Despite a record of 1-10 overall and 0-5 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference, Amelia’s varsity girls tennis team displayed quality play to earn runner-up in their flight of the Coaches’ Classic.