It was another decent week for Clermont County
Tim Young was recently honored by his alma mater when Batavia High School named its press box to commemorate his years of work.
Goshen, New Richmond, Milford, and Bethel turned in respectable efforts in recent wrestling action. Goshen was third in its own tournament of duals. Conner (Ky.) was the winner followed by, in order, Mason B, the host Warriors, Cincinnati Country Day, and Hamilton Badin.
Glen Este shined the brightest and Batavia and Clermont Northeastern also emerged unbeaten in a rather mediocre week of Clermont County high school varsity girls basketball play.
Amelia High School has selected the 2006 class of its sports hall of fame. Steve Minton (class of 1963) for more than 10 years was the owner of most of the Amelia sprint records in track. He was a four-year track lettermen and a Clermont County League (CCL) all-star all four years.
Five Clermont County high school varsity girls basketball teams went unbeaten for the most recent week of action.
Milford should fare very well during the 2005-06 wrestling campaign. Coach Jim Costello welcomes the return of 12 of the 14 grapplers he lettered last season.
Clermont Northeastern, Glen Este, and Bethel are still unbeaten after two weeks of Clermont County varsity girls basketball play.