Mark Bryant, Milford High School senior, has signed a letter-of-intent to continue his education at Shawnee State University, Portsmouth, Ohio. His course of study is unknown, but it is known he plans to play basketball for the Bears.
Austin Bever, Milford High School senior, signed a letter-of-intent to continue his educatyion and athletic career at Lipscomb University, Nashville, Tn. The cross country standout is undecided about his major course of study.
Ryan Grothaus, Milford High School senior, signed a letter-of-intent to further his education and athletic career at Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights. The boys soccer star plans to major in computer science. He earned the Eagles’ Golden Boot Award for most goals scored – 16 as a junior and 19 as a senior.
Sporting Women 2009 took place recently at the Eastern Hills Rod and Gun Club in Stonelick Township. George Clark of Amelia, vice-president of the Eastern Hills Rod and Gun Club, reported 143 women took part in this sixth annual event that he describes as “an opportunity to teach women outdoor activities.
The Clermont County Knothole Tournament began with the summer of 1946. The 2009 tournament is fast approaching its conclusion. Class A Senior – Played at Withamsville-Tobasco Community Park, Withamsville.
The 64th Annual Clermont County Knothole Tournament action continues. Class A Senior – Played at Withamsville-Tobasco Community Park, Withamsville: Winners’ Bracket – Tealtown Terrors terrorized Withamsville-Tobasco Eagles, Amelia Bulldogs rabied Amelia Astros, Bethel Rangers scared Tealtown Terrors.
Zac Strief, standing center, star offensive lineman for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League and former all-star on the gridiron for Milford High School and Northwestern University, looks on as he instructs at his annual football camp that was once again deemed a success. The camp was held at Milford High School.
The New Richmond High School men’s alumni basketball game was won by the even-numbered years 78-59. Rodney Abbott (class of 1998) and Justin Fender (2002) shared game scoring honors sinking 12 points apiece.
Josh Daniels will be attending the University of Cincinnati to major in education and compete in track and field. He recently signed a letter-of-intent committing himself to the same. Daniels competed in football, wrestling, and track and field at New Richmond and was a four-year letterman on the mat and track and earned two letters on the gridiron.
The 64th Annual Clermont County Knothole Tournament has gotten underway at sites throughout the county.