Sports Archive

Batavia wins SBC-N tennis championship

Clermont County high school varsity tennis season has come to an end. In the closing regular season matches New Richmond and Batavia came through with a pair of victories. The Lions bounced Bethel-Tate 4-1 in a Southern Buckeye Conference American Division fray. The victorious players in Red and Black were Tyler Esham (first singles) 6-2, 6-2, Ethan Johnson (second singles) 6-2, 6-0, Daniel Heflin (third singles) 6-3, 3-6, 6-1, and Kyle Frizzell and Caleb Theiss (first doubles) 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.

Batavia, GE, and NR diamondmen finishing strong

Glen Este and Batavia won their opening sectional baseball tournament games. Glen Este outlasted Loveland’s Tigers 6-3 in eight innings in Division I. Matt Marksberry was the winning pitcher. Nathan Bromagem and Matt Jones both had two hits and two runs batted in (RBI) and Chris Sunderman had two hits.

County fast pitch teams speed by tourney foes

Amelia stunned Seton’s Saints 10-6 in 10 innings. Chelsea Ehemann was the winning pitcher. The Barons’ hitting stars were Jessica Lehn who homered and had four runs batted in (RBI) and Jordin Eberhard with two hits.

Tigers, Rockets, Lions win baseball tourney openers

Bethel-Tate rallied to defeat Purcell Marian 7-6 Price gave up just four hits to the Cavaliers to gain the win on the mound. Austin Newman, Tommy Galea, and Spencer Sutter each had two hits and Sipos had two runs batted in (RBI) for the Tigers.

Milford varsity boys volleyball team is enjoying winning season

Boys volleyball. There is only one survivor remaining from what was once a very competitive interscholastic sport in Clermont County. Milford’s varsity boys squad is enjoying a very successful campaign. The Eagles have won nine of their first 11 confrontations with a squad that has no seniors, six juniors, and one sophomore.

Goshen girls win Chicken Leg Invitational; Glen Este teams on track for a real good season

Glen Este’s boys and girls varsity track and field teams have been turning in respectable efforts throughout the season. The Trojans’ best efforts have been recorded by Chris Gorman, a junior, in the 400 (52.0-seconds is his best time) and in the relays, Jeff Tieke, a junior, in the long jump (21-feet, 6-inches) and 300-meter intermediate hurdles (40.2), and Mitch Neal, a junior, in the 800 (2:02).

NR and Batavia boys, Goshen and ‘Burg girls pace county in SBC track and field championships

New Richmond and Batavia’s boys and Goshen and Williamsburg’s girls made the best showings of the Clermont County teams in the Southern Buckeye Conference track and field championship meets that took place at Goshen High School. Bethel-Tate senior Emily Tyler was a champion in three events – 100-meters high hurdles, 300-meters low hurdles, and 100-meters dash. Goshen’s Staci Hicks was champion in the 800-meters run and 1,600-meters run and teammate Jordan Buchanan, a junior, was the victor in the 200-meters dash and 400-meters dash.

Trojans, Warriors, Lions major winners in fast pitch

Glen Este, New Richmond, and Goshen varsity fast pitch softball teams were unsmudged with a loss in recent Clermont County competition. Milford continues to do a respectable job against tough competition.

Goshen, New Richmond win recent tennis bouts

Tennis action for Clermont County’s high school varsities has slowed down as the teams prepare for the soon to be played respective sectional tournaments. Goshen and New Richmond are displaying their winning ways of late in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division.

Amelia and Glen Este good in FAVC baseball; Goshen improving and tough in the SBC-A

Amelia, Glen Este, and Goshen have been the hottest of the best efforts among Clermont County’s high school varsity baseball teams. The Trojans overpowered Harrison 6-2 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. Tyler Snoke surrendered just five hits and fanned eight Wildcats to earn the win on the mound. Greg Jones had three hits and Randy Jones and Paul Mullenix two apiece for GE.


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