Matt Marksberry has recently signed a letter-of-intent to further his academic and athletic career at Campbell University, Buies Creek, N.C. The Glen Este High School senior has decided to major in either sports medicine or athletic training and to play baseball.
Donovan Schwalbach, Amelia High School senior, has recently signed a letter-of-intent to attend Wittenberg University, Springfield, Ohio. Schwalbach will be competing in the Tigers’ athletic program and as yet is undecided about his major course of study.
East Fork State Park was the site of one of the Wheelie Fun Triathlon and Duathlon Series events. It is described as America’s longest running simultaneous triathlon and duathlon series. Six of these events take place in Ohio. Clermont County was the site of the fourth of the series that began June 7, at Deer Creek State Park, Mount Sterling.
Bill McPartland, Batavia High School senior, has committed to continuing his education and baseball career at Muskingum College, New Concord, Ohio. McPartland will major in criminal justice. He lettered four seasons on the diamond and was a Southern Buckeye Conference National Division all-star. He was also a conference academic all-star.
Dustin Brinson, Glen Este High School senior, has signed a letter-of-intent to further his education and athletic career at Bellarmine University, Louisville, Ky. Brinson will be a member of the university’s bowling team, but he has not completely decided about what will be his major course of study.
Jacquelin Deatherage, Amelia High School senior, recently signed a letter-of-intent to continue her education and athletic career at the College of Mount Saint Joseph, Cincinnati. She plans on majoring in athletic training and playing basketball.
Justin Messinger, Clermont Northeastern High School senior, has signed a letter-of-intent to continue his education and athletic career at Morehead (Ky.) State University. Messinger will major in sports management and play baseball.
Stanley Brown of Terrace Park passed away July 19. The retired local optometrist was 82 years of age. For years Dr. Brown was a resident of Mount Carmel and the Milford area. He had an office in the Eastgate area.
The larger of the Clermont County Knothole franchises earned the majority of class and division championships and runners-up of the 64th Annual Clermont County Knothole Tournament. Tealtown was champion of five classes and divisions and Withamsville-Tobasco capturedthree.
Rachel Hays, Amelia High School senior, has signed a letter-of-intent to continue her education and athletic career at the University of Cincinnati’s Clermont College. She plans to major in law enforcement/criminal justice and to play volleyball.