Amelia and Glen Este high schools were well-presented on the respective spring sports all-star squads of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division.
The spring sports all-stars of the Southern Buckeye Conference have been selected by the league’s head coaches. Following are the Clermont County members of those stellar squads.
Josh Durbin is the new head football coach at Clermont Northeastern High School. This season will be the seventh that Durbin has coached at CNE.
The athletic department of Williamsburg High School will soon be accepting nominations for its athletic hall of fame. The nomination process begins Sept. 4 and will continue through Oct. 23.
Glen Este will begin its varsity football season a day later than the other eight county teams, but its a good late. The Trojans are the first Clermont County team to be invited to compete in the Skyline Chili Crosstown Showdown. This is the ninth year for the event.
The Men’s 65-over Softball League has recently wrapped things up. President Ron Ward of Amelia reported that 102 men competed in this league that began in 2003.
Clermont Northeastern High School graduates Jake Cockerham and Geoff Carter have made a huge impact on the success of the Miami University-Hamilton baseball team.
The 2005-06 varsity baseball season was John Hatfield’s 13th and last as head baseball coach at Glen Este High School.
The Southern Ohio Softball League, Inc. (SOSLI) recently concluded its regular season and tournament. Following are the top three finishers in the league and tournament listed from first through third place, respectively.
Amelia and Tealtown were the pacesetters in the 61st Annual Clermont County Knothole Tournament. Both franchises won three championships each. Batavia, Bethel, and Milford won two apiece.