Sports Archive

Two women plead guilty to grand theft from Milford Youth Basketball Association

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor The two women who were indicted July 2014 for stealing money from the Milford Youth Basketball Association pleaded guilty to a fifth degree felony charge of grand theft on Sept. 16 in the Clermont County Common Pleas Court. Carey Chesser, of Stonelick Township, and Shannon Wenzel, of Miami Township, could [ Read More ]

Glen Este cracks AP top-10

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor For the first time in school history, the Glen Este football team has cracked the top-10 of the Associated Press Division II state football poll. The Trojans, fresh off of their 48-45 overtime win over Loveland, were voted No. 10 by a panel of sports writers and broadcasters from across [ Read More ]

Bethel goes back-to-back in SBC, Amelia wins first title since 1978

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor Golf is a fickle game. One day your swing is in sync, you can’t miss a green and putts are dropping from everywhere. The next, you can’t hit the ball solid, you’re searching through the high grass looking for yet another wayward drive and you couldn’t putt a ball into [ Read More ]

Milford adds lacrosse as high school sport

By Kelly Doran Editor The Milford Board of Education got a round of applause after they unanimously approved adding lacrosse as a varsity sport beginning next fall. The board voted during the September 17 meeting for the district to sponsor four teams, boys and girls varsity and junior varsity. The Ohio High School Athletic Association [ Read More ]

McElfresh leads Bethel-Tate into SBC Tournament

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor The hardest thing to do in sports isn’t becoming the best, it’s holding onto your spot atop the mountain once you’ve gotten there. For a Bethel-Tate golf team coming off of a Southern Buckeye Conference National Division title in which they boasted not only a championship-caliber team, but also the [ Read More ]

Week 3 Round Up: Glen Este, Burg, Bethel, Milford all win

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor The third week of the 2015 football season is in the books as games spread over three days this past weekend. Glen Este got the festivities underway on Thursday night, traveling to Mount Healthy for a special televised barnburner with the Owls. Friday night returned as the preeminent football night [ Read More ]

Annual Galloping Pig event held at Cincinnati Polo Club HQ in Goshen

­­By Chris Chaney Sports Editor The third annual Galloping Pig was held on Saturday, Sept. 12 at Wilshire Farms in Goshen, the home of the Cincinnati Polo Club. The yearly event is put on by CPC in conjunction with The BowTie Foundation, a local community fund that supports underprivileged youth and is headed up by [ Read More ]

Batavia heading in right direction after win over Fayetteville-Perry

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor Preseason expectations weighed heavy on the Batavia Bulldogs as they began their first full season under head coach Matt Lester three weeks ago. Following back-to-back losses to start the 2015 campaign, Lester’s group found their footing and notched their first win of the year over Fayetteville-Perry on Saturday, Sept. 12, [ Read More ]

Lady Trojans team up with Cincy Kids 4 Kids

The Glen Este girls soccer team, in conjunction with Cincy Kids 4 Kids, donated new shoes to the Withrow girls soccer team on Sept. 1. Several of the girls came up with the idea after playing Withrow last year. Parents Hollie Brock and Missy Bastin spearheaded the girls’ idea. Cincy Kids 4 Kids will be [ Read More ]

Week 2 Round Up: Weather delays force week two to get pushed to Saturday

By Chris Chaney Sports Editor The second week of the high school football season was largely defined by weather, waiting on weather and then more weather. Clermont County and the surrounding areas were crushed by a deluge of rain and a night sky lit up by numerous lightening strikes on Friday, Sept. 4 forcing all [ Read More ]

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