Sports Archive

Glen Este honors its most deserving autumn season Trojan athletes

The Glen Este High School Athletic Department has recently honored the most deserving of its outstanding autumn sports athletes. Varsity girls cross country: Michelle Thomas (most valuable runner), Alyssa Sexton (most improved runner), and Lauren Owen (most consistent runner).

FAVC football all-stars are from Milford, GE, and Amelia

The Fort Ancient Valley Conference (FAVC) has selected its football all-star squads for the 2009-10 season. Amelia, Glen Este, and Milford are Clermont County members of the FAVC.

Bulldogs standout on SBC-N all-star squads

Batavia, Felicity, and Williamsburg are the Clermont County high schools that compete in the National Division of the Southern Buckeye Conference. Following are the autumn all-star squads selected by the respective head coaches of the conference’s division. Each athlete’s grade in school is listed if known.

Sloan, Sipos, Schellenberger, Prewitt, Lambert, Gilkerson, Adams are SBC-A players of the year

The head coaches of the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division have selected their autumn sports all-star dream teams. Following are the Clermont countians chosen. Included is the year in school if known.

GE boys win first two games; Goshen, Milford, Bethel-Tate, ‘Burg also triumph

The Clermont County varsity boys basketball campaign began with a number of non-conference confrontations. Glen Este won its first pair of duels by identical 65-61 scores. The Trojans had to go into overtime to overcome the visiting Mt. Healthy Owls.

Williamsburg, Bethel-Tate, Goshen girls are undefeated

Williamsburg is completely turning things around from recent varsity girls basketball seasons the Wildcats have endured. ‘Burg is perfect after its first two trials. Williamsburg whipped West Union’s Dragons 66-40 in the Paint Valley Invitational. The ‘Cats controlled the contest throughout with quarter scores of 15-8, 30-17, and 48-31. Heidi McManus’ 18 points and Tara Dennis’ 13 paced the nine girls who scored for the Blue and White. The next victim was Blanchester’s Wildcats by a 40-34 count. ‘Burg trailed 10-7 and 18-13 after the first two stops, but outscored their hosts 14-4 in the third period to lead 27-22 going into the last eight minutes. Rachel Meisberger and Dennis shared game scoring honors by each netting 11 points. This was a Southern Buckeye Conference National Division duel.

Glen Este’s Thomas, Milford’s Bryant and Winkler are premier FAVC-B autumn all-stars

Glen Este and Milford are the Clermont County members of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. Following are the Trojans and Eagles who earned all-star berths for the fall season. Included is the year in school of each athlete if known.

Amelia’s autumn athletic all-stars competed in Fort Ancient Valley’s Cardinal Division

Amelia is Clermont County’s lone member of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division. Following are the Barons who were chosen as all-stars for the autumn season. Included are the year in school of each athlete if the year is known.

Lemon and Taylor triumph in Second Annual UC Clermont College Benefit 5K Run/Walk

The Second Annual University of Cincinnati Clermont College 5K Run/Walk for Scholarships took place for the first time at Union Township Community Park.

New Richmond, Milford, and Batavia girls win league soccer championships

Milford and New Richmond’s girls completed their regularly-scheduled girls soccer seasons extremely strong. Clermont Northeastern, Goshen, and Batavia also played above .500 ball the final pre-tournament contests. The E-Gals downed Glen Este 4-1 in a Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division duel. Bryant scored twice and Fallon and Wolcott once for the victors and J. J. Pullens scored for the vanquished.


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