Sports Archive

Sipos on to Shenandoah (Va.) University to study

Billy Sipos, Bethel-Tate High School senior, has committed to continuing his education and outstanding athletic career at Shenandoah University, Winchester, Va. He plans to major in biology with an emphasis on physical therapy and to play soccer. The standout Tiger sports star was a four-year lettermen in soccer where he played forward or striker and he lettered two years in basketball and one in baseball.

Sydney Schwalbach will study at Pikeville College

Sydney Schwalbach, Glen Este High School senior, will be attending Pikeville College, Pikeville, Ky. She recently signed a letter-of-intent committing her to further her education and sports career at this institution of higher learning. She is, as yet, undecided about a major course of study, but she is certain she will continue to play soccer.

McGlone signs to study and play at Mt. St. Joseph

Zach McGlone, Amelia senior, has signed a letter-of-intent to continue his education and his athletic career at the College of Mount Saint Joseph. Sports management is the field in that he plans to major and he will compete in football.

Jensen Jeffries commits to continue studies and athletic career at Glenville State College

Recent Glen Este High School graduate Jensen Jeffries signed a college letter-of-intent to continue her education and athletic career at Glenville State College, Glenville, W. Va. Her plans are to major in criminal justice and to compete in fast pitch softball at the institution of higher learning.

Jacob Corrill will continue education and mat career at University of North Carolina

Jacob Corrill has signed a letter-of-intent to attend the University of North Carolina, in Chapel Hill. The Moeller High School graduate, and resident of the Greater Batavia Township area, will major in business courses and will compete in wrestling.

Hundreds compete in the annual East Fork State Park Triathlon and Duathlon

The annual East Fork State Park Triathlon and Duathlon took place recently with races taking place in swimming, running, and bicycling. There were several hundred competitors. Jeff Hutchinson of Bethel has competed in all, but one, of these classics since they began in the early 1980s.

Brian Mazzaro on to Capital University to study, play

Capital University, Columbus, Ohio, is Brian Mazzaro’s choice of where he will further his education and continue his athletic career. The New Richmond High senior will major in business and/or environmental science and he will play football. “It’s a nice school and has a nice campus and nice football facilities,” said Mazzaro. “Capital has good programs for what I’m going to school for.”

Erika Maloney inks with University of Cumberlands

Erika Maloney, Glen Este High School senior, has recently signed a letter-of-intent to attend the University of the Cumberlands. Her plans are to major in Spanish education (become a Spanish teacher) and to play soccer at the Williamsburg, Ky., college. She chose this institution of high learning because “I fell in love with the campus and the staff.”

Hannah Macke links up with St. Joseph’s College

Hannah Macke, a senior at Glen Este High School, has recently signed a college letter-of-intent to continue her education and golf career at St. Joseph’s College, Renssalaer, Ind. Political science is Hannah’s choice of her major course of study. She plans to continue playing on the links.

Kari Kang has committed to Northern Kentucky

Kari Lang, Glen Este High School senior, recently signed a letter-of-intent to further her education and athletic career at Northern Kentucky University. Her major course of study will be athletic training and she will be playing fast pitch softball for the Norse.


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