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Milford, Clermont Northeastern, Batavia win conference girls soccer crowns

Milford, Clermont Northeastern, and Batavia were champions of their division of their respective conferences in varsity girls soccer. Conference standings (final): Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division Milford 5-0, Anderson 4-1, Loveland 3-2, Glen Este 2-3, Harrison 1-4, and Winton Woods 0-5.

Milford, Bethel-Tate, Batavia win boys soccer conference championships

Most of Clermont County’s varsity boys soccer teams enjoyed good success in the final weeks of regular season competition. At the conclusion of the regular season schedule Milford was rated the third best Division I team in the entire state.

Clermont County League and Eastern Hills League autumn dream teams of 1973-74

Thirty-five years ago the Clermont County League autumn sports all-star teams of 1973-74 were filled with much talent. Following are the members of those all-star teams.

Opinions differ among Amelia, Glen Este, and Milford concerning adjusted Division I

There is a drive to divide Division I Ohio high schools into two new separate sections. Thoughts about this have existed for many years. It was not too long ago there was a proposal to separate private schools from public schools in state tournament competition because non-public schools recruit good athletes from a much broader area than from which the public schools can draw.

Bethel-Tate, Northeastern win football finales

Not one of the Clermont County high school varsity football teams qualified for the state playoffs. In Week 10, the final week of the regular season, just two of the county’s grid squads emerged victorious – Bethel-Tate and Clermont Northeastern. Thank goodness the gasoline prices have become a little cheaper, Bethel-Tate and Goshen did a lot of traveling and one, New Richmond, hosted a team that came a long way.

Milford runs away with FAVC-B cross country crowns; Bever and Thomas win individual laurels – Lions do well in SBC-A

Clermont County teams and individuals did well in their respective conference cross country championship races. Milford is the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division champion in both boys and girls cross country. The male Eagles scored 34 points, Anderson 48, Loveland 54, Glen Este 112, and Harrison 115. Winton Woods did not enter a full five-man team. Austin Bever of Milford was the individual champion with a time of 16 minutes, 12.30 seconds.

Girls volleyball and soccer are successful in tournament action; Amelia kickers pull off major upset – boys are kicked around

Clermont County’s varsity volleyball and boys and girls soccer teams are now competing in their respective sectional tournaments. The major highlight of the tournament for county teams, thus far, was Amelia’s upset victory over seeded and city-ranked Mount Notre Dame in girls soccer.

Goshen, Glen Este, ‘Burg win grid games; Lions lose SBC-A title game to Broncos

It was a bleak week for most of Clermont County’s high school varsity football teams. Only Glen Este, Goshen, and Williamsburg emerged victorious. It took the Trojans (5-4 overall, 2-2 Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye) an incredibly exciting overtime period, but they won out over host Harrison 31-30.

Girls prep soccer talent is abundant in county paced by Batavia and Milford

Batavia, Milford, and Goshen’s girls varsity soccer teams have turned in the best showings of late. New Richmond has been above .500 in recent action. The Bulldogs blasted Blanchester’s Wildcats 7-2 in Southern Buckeye Conference National Division play. Sarah Smith netted four points and Holly Harris accounted for the other three in this victory.

Milford and Glen Este girls golf season ends

The varsity girls golf season is coming to an end for Clermont County’s varsity teams. In the Division I Tournament that took place at Walden Pond Golf Course, Milford finished fifth among 12 teams with a total of 403 strokes. Mason’s Comets were the champions with 305.


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