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.
Cory Clolinger, Amelia High School senior, recently committed to further his education and wrestling career at the College of Mt. St. Joseph by signing a letter-of-intent. Planning to major in pre-nursing, he said he will attend Mt. St. Joe because “I really like the wrestling program and the coaches and the school offered the major I wanted.”
Tyler Calhoun, talented Bethel-Tate athlete, has committed to continue his outstanding sports career and education at the College of Mount Saint Joseph. Calhoun will play football and his major course of study will be nursing. “I chose Mount Saint Joe because it has a good nursing program and good football program and its close to home,” he said.
Kaitlyn Cammeresi, an Amelia High school senior, has signed a letter-of intent to attend the University of Cincinnati Clermont College where she will further her education and athletic career. Her plans are to major in nursing and to play basketball.
Glen Este High School senior Lauren Boston has signed a letter-of intent to attend Tiffin University, Tiffin, Ohio, this autumn to study forensic psychology and to compete in girls soccer. “I like Tiffin because its a small school and I like a small college and I’ll be able to play soccer there,” she said.
Glen Este High School senior Josh Bowman has recently signed a college letter-of-intent to continue his education and football career at Thomas More College. His plans for the future include having as his major course study being in criminal justice and playing football.
Matt Bohart-Woods has signed a letter-of-intent to continue his education and baseball career at King College, Bristol, Tenn. He plans to major in pharmacy. “I liked a lot about the college,” said Bohart-Woods as to why he chose the Tennessee institution of higher learning.
New Richmond High School senior Brandon Branson has signed a college letter-of-intent to continue his education and athletic career at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond. He plans to major in political science and law and to play football.