Amelia High School senior Chelsea Lang has signed a letter-of-intent to attend the College of Mount Saint Joseph to continue her education and sports career. Her plans are to major in athletic training and to play soccer. “I like Mount Saint Joseph because its a small college, close to home, but far enough away,” she said. “Everyone’s friendly there and they have good educational programs.”
Stephen Floccari, Glen Este High School senior, recently signed a college letter-of-intent to attend Georgetown (Ky.) College where he will continue his education and football career. He plans to major in engineering. He chose Georgetown because “I like the campus and one of my good friends liked it a lot.”
The Withamsville-Tobasco Impact was champion of the Southern Ohio Softball League under seven years of age tournament. Team members are, front row from left, Emily Allphin, Annie Wolfe, Bailee Stratton, and Kensey Ventura.
The Clermont Northeastern All-Stars were the season-ending champions in softball. Team members are, front row from left, Megan Hempleman, Jaide VanPelt, Katelyn Reynolds, Skylar Shircliff, and Grace Cruey.
The Williamsburg Extreme fast pitch softball team was 17-0 for the season. Team members are, front row from left, Brenna Vining, Kiersten Collins, Amanda Mitchell, Marissa Pangallo, and Ariana Barnhart; row two, Paige Fisher, Baylee Jones, Emily Hart, Alyssa King, and Caitie Shoemaker; and row three, coaches Travis Fisher, Samantha Vining, Brian Hart, and Tony Pangallo.
The Williamsburg Kit Kats under-11 years of age softball team were champions of mid-season and end of season fast pitch tournaments. Team members are, front row from left, Rachael Tidwell, Aubrey Young, and Victoria Steinhaus; row two, Serena Wright, Kaitlyn Richardson, and Samantha Jones.
The Tealtown Strykers won the Clermont County Knothole Tournament Class C Senior Gold championships that was played at Ruben Willis Park, New Richmond.
The 64th Annual Clermont County Knothole Tournament is into its final games. Following are the results of the games played thus far.
The Tealtown Vipers concluded a very successful campaign after achieving second place in the Class A Senior Division of the 64th annual Clermont County Knothole Tournament that was played on the Tealtown Park facilities.
The 65th regular season of Clermont County Knothole has reached its conclusion. Nine franchises shared the 19 division championships paced by Amelia that was the victor in four and shared one other, Milford won three and shared another and Felicity was triumphant in three and New Richmond in two. Following are the standings of each division for the second half of the regular season.