The Southern Buckeye Conference American Division has announced its spring all-star squads from each respective sport. Included with each all-star is the year in school. Boys Track First team: Steve Gantzer (11), Josh Daniels (11), John Berwanger (10), Larry Watson (11), and Andrew Nealan (10) of New Richmond; Tyler Byrge (12) and Kyle Toles (12) of Goshen; and Kyle Roberts (12) and Kameron Wilson (10) of Bethel-Tate.
Nolan Darland has recently signed a letter-of-intent to continue his education and his basketball career at Wilmington College for the Quakers and head men’s coach K. C. Hunt. Darland, the son of Jack and Julie Darland, played football and basketball all four years of high school and lettered three years in both.
Clermont County high school state track and field qualifiers did not fare too well last weekend in the event that took place at Jesse Owens Stadium on the campus of Ohio State University, Columbus. The best eight placers in each event scored points for their respective school.
The National Division of the Southern Buckeye Conference has announced its spring all-star teams from the respective sports.
Glen Este and Milford were well-represented on the respective spring sports all-star teams of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. Following are the Glen Este (GE) and Milford (Mil) athletes so honored and includes their respective year in school.
Amelia, the only Clermont County school in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division, was well-represented on the spring sports all-star squads. Followiing are the Barons so honored and their year in school.
A very disappointing 7-0 loss to North Union brought to a close a superb season for the Batavia varsity softball team. The showdown was in the semi-finals of the Division III regional tournament that took place at Wright State University, Fairborn. The loss gave the Green and White a final season record of 18-8. A record of 10-5 earned Batavia a co-championship (with Blanchester) in the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division.
An outstanding season was finally brought to an end. The Batavia varsity baseball team was eliminated from tournament play with a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Columbus St. Francis DeSales. The battle was in the Division II regional semi-finals that took place in Springfield. DeSales grabbed the lead immediately by scoring a run in the bottom of the first inning.
Five Clermont County high school track and field stars qualified for the state championship meet that will take place this weekend at Jesse Owens Stadium on the campus of The Ohio State University in Columbus. At the regional meet that took place at the University of Dayton Welcome Stadium, the best eight placers in each event scored points for their team and the best four in each event qualified for the state championships.
Clermont County’s own semi-professional football team, the Mount Carmel Fire, has announced its roster and schedule for the 2008 summer season. The Fire is a member of the United States Football Association.