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Southern Buckeye Division changes begin 2010-11

The addition of Amelia and the increase and decrease in the number of boys and girls in each member’s school has caused the Southern Buckeye Conference to change some members of its divisions. Clermont Northeastern has been changed from the American (big school) Division to the National (small school) Division and Amelia has been added to the American Division.

Amelia joins Southern Buckeye Conference

The athletic department at Amelia High School is looking forward to restarting and renewing rivalries with other Clermont County and former Clermont County League (CCL) schools as a member of the Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC). The Barons last school year in the CCL was 1984-85. Batavia dropped out of the league following the same school year and Goshen left after the 1985-86 school year.

County’s Midland Indians win CABA national crown

The Clermont County based Midland Indians won the Continental American Baseball Association (CABA) 18-under Wood Bat World Series. It was the second consecutive national championship for the squad. The World Series was played this month in Charleston, S. C. Head coach Andy Ey’s team completed its outstanding campaign with a 28-12-1 record.

Morgan Sperry signs with Ohio Northern University

Amelia High School senior Morgan Sperry has recently signed a letter-of-intent at attend Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio, to continue her education and her career in sports. Her plans are to major in mechanical engineering and to play basketball.

Shepherd will continue his career at Eastern Kentucky

Dan Shepherd, Glen Este High School senior, has signed a letter-of-intent to further his education and athletic career at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond. He plans to major in nursing and to play football.

Dylan Senters will further education at Wilmington

Dylan Senters, New Richmond High School senior, has recently signed a letter-of-intnent to further his education and athletic career at Wilmington (Ohio) College. Senters plans to major in athletic training and he will play baseball for the Fighting Quakers.

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.


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