Sports Archive

Milford girl golfers are runner-up in FAVC Tournament

Milford was runner-up in the 10-team Fort Ancient Valley Conference (FAVC) Varsity Girls Golf Tournament. The E-Gals took 388 shots behind the champion Kings Knights who made 341 strokes. Glen Este was ninth with a total 479.

Three men with strong Clermont County ties elected to Greater Cincy Softball Hall of Fame

Bob “Buck” Owens has been selected into the Norwood Sorrento’s – Greater Cincinnati Softball Hall of Fame. He was elected as a member of the Special Service category. The induction ceremony will not be until January 2011.

Glen Este, Goshen, Williamsburg, and New Richmond racking up volleyball victories

Glen Este has been the most successful of Clermont County’s high school varsity volleyball teams of late. The Trojans are in the thick of the chase for a Fort Ancient Valley Conference East Division crown. Goshen, Williamsburg, and New Richmond have also been piling up an impressive number of victories.

Stoffel, Thomas, Hall, Lanigan lead county at St. X Invitational

Clermont County’s harriers turned in creditable and respectable performances at prestigious St. Xavier Cross County Invitational. teven Stoffel, Glen Este junior, paced the Clermont County males who were competing among the total of 98 runners. He finished 18th overall in a time of 17-minutes even.

New Richmond and Williamsburg take SBC football leads; Glen Este in front of FAVC-B

New Richmond’s gridiron gladiators are now the only squad unbeaten in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division race and Williamsburg continues to keep the National Division race of the Southern Buckeye Conference very close following victories last Friday night. Glen Este’s triumph enabled the Trojans to continue their advance in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division.

Milford, Amelia, and Northeastern are the respective league leaders in girls soccer play

Milford, Amelia, and Clermont Northeastern are at or near the forefront of their girls varsity soccer races in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division and the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division, respectively. The E-Gals won a Fort Ancient Valley Conference clash over Walnut Hills’ Eagles 5-0. Junior forward Kelly Yee scored three goals for the winners and Ashli Bowling and Kiersten Johnson each added another.

Milford a power house in FAVC boys soccer; Batavia, Amelia, CNE, and NR likewise in SBC

Most of Clermont County’s varsity boys soccer squads have been experiencing a superb number of victories. Milford’s mastering of big and powerful programs has earned them local and statewide ranking. Batavia has been on a scoring rampage of late and Amelia, Clermont Northeastern, and New Richmond have been extremely tough on their unfortunate foes.

Milford undershoots Glen Este in battle between county’s two varsity girls golf teams

Milford and Glen Este’s varsity girls golf teams are gaining victories in recent action on the local links. In a duel between Clermont County’s only two high school varsity girls golf teams, Milford convincingly under shot Glen Este 198-259. The winners’ Erin Mack, a junior, earned medalist honors with her score of 11-over par 46 on the back nine at Deer Track.

Barons, Trojans, Lions, Wildcats victorious during Week Six of varsity football season

Amelia, Glen Este, New Richmond and Williamsburg each added a victory to their numbers with the performances their respective squads turned in for Week Six of Clermont County’s high school varsity football action. Scotty Weaver, senior running back, scored four touchdowns on runs of 45, 21, eight, and 28 yards.

Bethel-Tate girls run to victory at own cross country invitational; GE harriers win meets

Local invitationals are beginning to move to the forefront of Clermont County’s high school varsity cross country action. Glen Este’s Michelle Thomas, a senior, and Steven Stoffel, a junior, ran away with the laurels at the annual Western Brown High School Jim Neu Cross Country Invitational.

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