Sports Archive

Rick Wilson resigns as Bethel-Tate High School athletic director

Rick Wilson is resigning from his position as Bethel-Tate athletic director effective July 31.

Williamsburg and Felicity lead slow pitch softball standings

Clermont County’s girls softball is nearing its regular season conclusion.

Miami Hills swimmers and divers beach Normandy

The Miami Hills, Miami Township, swimming and diving team began its season with a 438-224 win over the Normandy team of Loveland.

Bethel-Tate is SBC track champion

The Bethel-Tate Tigers Middle School boys track team won the Southern Buckeye Conference track and field championship.

Amelia and Milford lead Clermont County Knothole’s eight divisions

Clermont County’s Knothole baseball squads are fast approaching the season-ending county tournament for each respective class and division.

Clermont County represented at state meet by a talented group of Special Olympians

The 41st Annual Ohio Special Olympics State Summer Games took place at the Jesse Owens Track Stadium in Columbus on the campus of Ohio State University.

East Fork State Park serves as the host of the National High School Rowing Championships

In a way it is very amusing that rain can hamper an event that takes place in water, but it did occur at the annual US Rowing Youth National Championships that took place on Harsha Lake at East Fork State Park.

Shane Elkin is the new head man over the fortunes of Milford High School football

Shane Elkin is the new head football coach at Milford High School. He brings with him 16 years of experience of coaching on the gridiron. He replaces Patrick Fagan.

Iraqi Olympic rowing team prospects to train at East Fork State Park in October

The United States Rowing Association has invited the Iraq National Rowing Team to train in the United States from July 26-November 10, 2010. They will also be doing some training in Canada.

UC Clermont College’s fast pitch softball team finishes OCAC schedule strong

The women’s fast pitch softball team at the University of Cincinnati’s Clermont College really turned it on after a slow start to the regular season.

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