Milford’s varsity boys water polo team has won the Ohio state championship tournament. “This was a very senior dominated team. Most of this group were in the program all four years of high school,” said a very proud Gary Tameris, the head coach of the Eagles.
Milford’s varsity girls water polo team achieved the status of finishing fourth in the Ohio state girls water polo tournament. The state final four showdown took place at Mason High School.
In a game with a deceptive final score, number-five seed Glen Este was eliminated by number-one seed St. Xavier in the Division I Regional Football Semifinals. The Trojans were defeated 17-0 at the University of Cincinnati’s Nippert Stadium.
Williamsburg was the final survivor of Clermont County’s high school varsity girls volleyball teams in tournament competition. The Wildcats, no stranger in making a trip to Dayton, qualified again for the Division IV District Tournament.
Milford’s varsity girls soccer team brought glory to the reputation of the quality of athletic talent in Milford and Clermont County. Milford advanced further than any Clermont County team in the respective varsity girls or boys soccer tournaments.
It has become a mid-autumn seasonal observance for the last three years and four of the last seven. Glen Este’s qualifying and winning in the state football playoffs has extended the season for Trojan and many other Clermont County high school football fans.
New Richmond senior Eric Finan brought pride to himself, his school, his conference, and his county by earning fourth place in the Ohio Division II State Cross Country Championships that took place at Scioto Downs in Columbus, Saturday, Nov. 4.
Ian Lehn has walked on and made the Georgia Tech (Atlanta, Ga.) football team. This is a very rare and impressive feat for a non-recruited athlete to walk on and make a Division I National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) football team.
A long and glorious season has come to an end for the Batavia varsity girls soccer team. The Bulldogs compiled a record of 17-3 overall and their 12-1 standard earned them the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division championship.
Amelia High School began its football program exactly 50 years ago – the 1956-57 school year. Amelia began playing varsity football later than many of the Clermont County high schools.