New Richmond continues as Clermont County’s only unbeaten high school varsity football squad. Bethel-Tate, Glen Este, Goshen, and Milford also emerged off the muddy girdirons last Friday night very wet and muddy, but victorious. New Richmond (5-0) shut out Clermont Northeastern (0-5) 27-0 at the Rockets’ homecoming. The Lions led at the end of each quarter 7-0, 20-0, and 20-0.
Arch-rivals Batavia and Williamsburg have been undergoing the best success in the early going of the Clermont County high school varsity girls soccer season. he Bulldogs defeated Felicity 7-0 in the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division.
Bethel-Tate owns a comfortable lead after two of the five rounds have been played in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division Golf Tournament. The Tigers (BT) have made a two-round, 18-hole total of 312 shots, Western Brown (WB) 365, New Richmond (NR) 390, Goshen (Gos) 394, and CNE 439.
Clermont County’s two high school varsity girls golf teams have begun their respective seasons. Milford was eighth among 17 teams at the Fairfield Invitational that took place on the South Trace of the Fairfield Greens.
Batavia and Bethel-Tate have been the quickest off the starting line on the Clermont County high school varsity boys soccer scene. The Bulldogs are 5-0-2 overall and 5-0 in the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division.
New Richmond remains the county’s only undefeated high school varsity football squad. New Richmond (4-0) won a non-division contest of the Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) over visiting Williamsburg (1-3) 47-7.
All three of Clermont County’s teams that are members of two of the divisions of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference have begun their respective varsity volleyball campaigns unbeaten. The Barons won a non-division game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference over Ross’ Rams 15-25, 26-14, 25-20.
Glen Este High School junior Michelle Thomas literally ran away from a field of 100 harriers with the individual crown at the Annual Jim Neu Cross Country Invitational that took place at Western Brown High School. Thomas finished one minute and 41 seconds in front of the second place finisher.
Brothers-in-law who have coached together, now are coaching opposite each other this Friday night when Amelia travels to Glen Este for a non-division varsity football game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. his is probably the first of its kind in Clermont County.
Batavia, Goshen, Milford, and Williamsburg’s varsity football squads have joined the ranks of the winners. Batavia (1-2) sent New Miami back home unhappy after a 35-13 drubbing. The Bulldogs were up after each rest 14-0, 14-0, and 21-6.