Sports Archive

BSC Eagles win the Dog Days

Playing in the Dog Days soccer tournament for the last time as a team, the Beechmont Soccer Club Eagles came home as champions in the girls U14 age group. The next time this tournament is played these girls will be preparing for their freshman season on their respective high school teams. Led by a potent [ Read More ]

Area cross country teams get seasons underway at Early Bird

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Area cross country teams got to see for the first time in 2014 how their offseason training would stack up against their competition on Aug. 20 as Felicity-Franklin High School hosted the Early Bird Run at Washington Township Park. Five Clermont County teams took part with New Richmond and Bethel-Tate [ Read More ]

Lady Eagles off to best start off to best start of season ever

By Chris Chaney Sun staff It’s hard to believe that after back-to-back seasons of 17 wins and Eastern Cincinnati Conference championships that the Milford Lady Eagles golf team is off to an even better start this season than they have been in year’s past, but according to head coach Sandy Garrison, they are. “We started [ Read More ]

Waterfowl hunting zones simplified

Ohio’s waterfowl hunting zones were simplified for waterfowl hunters after the 2014-2015 season dates and bag limits were approved by the Ohio Wildlife Council on Wednesday, Aug. 20. The South Zone, North Zone and Lake Erie Marsh Zone remain the same for waterfowl hunting, but the Lake Erie Goose Zone that previously covered much of [ Read More ]

Pro-Am brings in best bowlers

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Some of the best bowlers in the world will be in Clermont County this weekend as Storm Bowling Products Junior and Adult Pro-Ams are scheduled to take place on Friday, Aug. 22 with a tournament taking place over the weekend. “This will be our 18th year. It’s a regional professional [ Read More ]

Batavia gets new coach, new course

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Batavia High School cross country team will have a new look, new coach and new course in 2014 after a long tenure of success headed up by Dona Braswell who has moved out of the area. Randy Dorsey has taken over the reigns of the Bulldogs’ long-distance squads and [ Read More ]

Williamsburg promotes from within, looks towards SBC title

By Chris Chaney Sun staff “Next man up” is typically used when an athlete goes down with an injury and a replacement needs to fill that void. However, for the Williamsburg Lady Wildcats, their next man up was coach Shari McKibben who took over for reigning Southern Buckeye Conference National Division Coach of the Year [ Read More ]

UC Clermont announces school will have soccer for 2015 season

UC Clermont College will be expanding its athletic offerings to include men’s and women’s soccer in the fall of 2015. Each team will include approximately 18 players. “We’ve had a lot of interest in bringing soccer to UC Clermont. The Greater Cincinnati area is a hotbed for soccer programs so this is a natural fit [ Read More ]

Improvement projects will be made to Mt. Gilead State Park

Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Director James Zehringer today announced several capital improvement projects for Mt. Gilead State Park. Since the capital budget was announced, Director Zehringer has traveled across the state sharing with Ohioans about the projects planned at many Ohio State Parks. “Mt. Gilead State Park is a gem for the Morrow [ Read More ]

Second annual Galloping Pig will take place on August 16

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Cincinnati Polo Club, in conjunction with the BowTie Foundation, will put on the second annual Galloping Pig at Wilshire Farms in Goshen on Saturday, Aug. 16 with the festivities kicking off at 11:30 a.m. The two worthwhile organizations joined forces last year for the first incarnation of the Galloping [ Read More ]


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