Trevor Foster and Scott Lefker have become the first co-head football coaches in Clermont County high school history. Both graduates of Williamsburg High School, they have stated they want to return their alma mater to its glory days of football. Now the vice-president of the Williamsburg Junior Athletic Association (WJAA), he graduated from WHS in 1992. As a Wildcat he was a four-year letterman and Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) all-star in football, basketball and baseball. He went on to star on the University of Cincinnati gridiron and was most noted for being an excellent long-snapper. Today he is the president of the WJAA. He graduated from ‘Burg High in 1989. Uniformed in Blue and White he earned 10 varsity letters in football, wrestling and baseball and was a Southern Buckeye Conference all-star on the gridiron and mat.
The Union Township Board of Trustees approved a bid from Barrett Paving for the Schoolhouse Road Improvement Project during its meeting Tuesday, June 23.
The University of Cincinnati Clermont College’s women’s fast pitch softball team earned a record of six wins and 10 losses for the 2009 season. The Red and Black was 5-7 (fourth place) in the Ohio Regional Campus Conference (ORCC).
The tournaments have come to a conclusion, but many of the Clermont County high school varsity baseball teams should be recognized for their strong finishes. These include Glen Este, New Richmond, Milford, and Goshen. The Trojans, champions of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division, took it to outsider West Carrollton 8-7 behind the pitching of Brandon Fuller.
Some impressive statistics were achieved by Clermont County’s high school varsity baseball and softball standouts. Following are the leaders in some categories of their respective teams.
The University of Cincinnati Clermont College varsity men’s golf team is gaining experience for future success. The highlight of the season was the Red and Black’s third place finish in the Ohio University – Zanesville Tournament.
The University of Cincinnati Clermont College baseball team did itself and the county proud by finishing fourth in the national tournament in just the second year of the program’s existence. The Cougars concluded the 2009 campaign with a 23-18-1 record.
The tournament season has ended, but Clermont County’s high school varsity fast pitch softball teams did well and entered their respective tourneys with strong regular season-ending showings. New Richmond, Glen Este, Goshen, Batavia, and Milford ended their schedules most powerfully.
New Richmond can be proclaimed as the most successful of Clermont County’s high school varsity tennis teams with the season now just recently concluded. he Lions, champions of the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division, defeated Felicity 4-1 in a non-division game. The winning Lions were first singles Tyler Esham 2-6, 6-3, 7-6, second singles Daniel Heflin 6-0, 6-1, first doubles Nick Groman and Eric Hays 6-0, 6-0, and second doubles Matt Dooley and James Martin 6-0, 6-1. The Cardinals’ winner was third singles Trevor Shouse 6-2, 6-4.
The Clermont Crew experienced a season that varsity coach Amy Condrey described as having been “very successful.” The crew is composed mostly of high school students who are residents of Clermont County. They attend Amelia, Batavia, Bethel-Tate, Glen Este, Goshen, Milford, New Richmond, and Williamsburg high schools. There are several crew members who are students at Anderson and McNicholas high schools.