Milford and Bethel-Tate have been leading the way for high school varsity boys golf teams in Clermont County. Bethel-Tate won the Eastside Challenge that took place on the par 71 White Oak Golf Course, Mount Orab.
Entering Week Three of the Clermont County high school varsity football season, New Richmond is the only unbeaten squad remaining. Bethel-Tate and Glen Este’s gridiron gladiators have added themselves to the column of the victorious.
Samantha Rupert, a recent graduate of Glen Este High School, has signed a college-letter-of-intent to continue her education and soccer career at Gardner-Webb University, Boiling Springs, N.C. Rupert lettered four season on the soccer field. She was the team captain as a senior and a member of the all-star team.
Recent Glen Este High School graduate Matt Perry has indicated by signing a letter-of-intent that he will continue his educational and athletic careers at the College of Mount Saint Joseph, Cincinnati. Perry was a three-year letterman on the Trojans’ gridiron.
Greg Pickett, Glen Este High School senior, has recently signed a letter-of-intent to further his education and athletic careers at Defiance College, Defiance, Ohio. He plans to major in criminal justice and to play football at the northern Ohio school.
The Annual Scott McDowell River Run took place through the village of New Richmond. A total of 227 runners completed the 5K course and a total of 61 walkers finished the course.
The University of Cincinnati Clermont College women’s volleyball team began the 2009 season on a victorious note. The Cougars returned from Portsmouth, Ohio, with a 21-13, 25-11, 25-16 triumph over Southern State Community College.
Amelia, Milford, and New Richmond recorded convincing victories in the opening week of the 2009 high school varsity football season. Amelia shut out visiting next door neighbor Batavia 28-0. The Barons were in control at the end of each quarter 7-0, 21-0, and 28-0.
Glen Este High School senior Jeremy Hoop has recently signed a letter-of-intent to attend Thomas More College, Crestview Hills, Ky., where he has set goals to continue both his academic and athletic careers. He plans to make his major course of study in pre-medicine and he will compete in football.
Glen Este High School senior Brandon Fuller has signed a letter-of-intent to attend Mount Vernon Nazarene College (Mt. Vernon, Ohio). He plans to play baseball, but is as yet undecided about what will be his major course of study. At Glen Este, Fuller earned three letters in the four seasons he was a member of the Trojans’ baseball program and played basketball for two years.