The Third Annual Zach Strief “Dream Big” Foundation Football Camp will take place at Milford High School, June 26, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., for students entering grades seven through 12, and June 27 and 28, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., for students entering grades two through six. The “Dream Big” Foundation is dedicated to providing opportunities to children in the form of educational growth and life skills lessons coming from positive role models.
Williamsburg’s boys and Felicity’s girls paced the Clermont County teams in the Annual Batavia Track and Field Invitational. The host Bulldogs’ Courtney Chavies, a junior, was the county’s only double winner.
The Milford Board of Education accepted a check and a commitment from the Milford Athletic Boosters Club at a recent meeting. It launches an expanded partnership to financially support athletic facility improvements at Milford High School.
Most of the Clermont County varsity baseball teams are trying to wrap up their regular season scheduleof games while still competing in their respective sectional tournaments. Batavia and Glen Este have been the most successful. Both are champions of their respective conferences.
As the regular season draws to a conclusion, with a mix of sectional tournament games, most of Clermont County’s high school varsity fast pitch softball teams are achieving numerous victorious. Glen Este is champion of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division.
New Richmond was the champion of the boys division of the annual Clermont Northeastern Chicken Leg Run Track and Field Invitational. Bethel-Tate edged Goshen by one point to place second in the girls division. Lance Lambert, Bethel-Tate junior, was a double winner among the boys. Autumn Schellenberger, Bethel-Tate junior, won four events among the girls.
Seven of Clermont County’s outstanding football stars, all seniors, will be competing in the 34th Annual Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association/Ron Woyan East-West All-Star Football Game. The game will take place June 4, at Kings High School, beginning at 7:30 p. m.
It took a perfect game from opposing pitcher Emily Schwaeble to finally eliminate Glen Este’s fast pitch softball team in the Division I regional championship confrontation. Colerain’s Cardinals won out 6-0 in the game played at the University of Dayton. The Trojans had to be tired and worn after emerging with a 1-0, 17-inning victory over Greenville’s Green Wave in the regional semi-finals the day before.
There will be five ladies and one gentleman representing Clermont County in the state track and field championships that will take place this weekend at Jesse Owens Stadium on the campus of Ohio State University, Columbus.
Glen Este did not play a bad game in the regional tournament semi-final loss to Moeller. It was a matter of the Crusaders came through with clutch hitting and the Trojans did not. Subsequently GG lost 4-0 in a hard-fought game contested at the University of Cincinnati’s Marge Schott Stadium.