Sports Archive

Milford paces county at Eagles’ Invitational; Goshen, Bethel-Tate best at Broncos’ Invite

McNicholas’ Rockets and Sycamore’s Aviators were the winners at the annual Milford Track and Field Invitational. Michelle Thomas, Glen Este junior, was again outstanding winning three distance events.

Pitchers continue to dominate Southern Buckeye fast pitch softball competition

Led by Milford, Felicity, and Goshen, Clermont County’s high school varsity fast pitch softball teams continue to increase their number of victories mostly against teams outside the borders of the county and/or out of their respective leagues. The E-Gals edged Anderson’s Redskins 1-0 as winning pitcher Sarah Alley struck out 14 of the enemy and helped herself by driving in and scoring the game’s only run with her home run.

Milford wins FAVC Buckeye baseball crown; CNE and New Richmond in duel for SBC-A

Bethel-Tate and New Richmond have matched each other game for game in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division in recent Clermont County high school baseball play. The Tigers walloped Williamsburg 20-6 in a Southern Buckeye Conference non-division game. Tyler Hacker was the winning pitcher who received offensive support from Spencer Sutter’s two hits and five runs batted in (RBI), Matt Small’s two hits and four RBI, Jeremy Moss’ and Kevin Poe’s two hits and three RBI each, and Tanner Wolffram’s two hits.

Milford, Batavia, and Bethel-Tate lead their respective conferences in tennis action

Milford, Batavia, and Bethel-Tate are serving themselves the most success in Clermont County high school varsity tennis competition. Glen Este is winning the majority of its contests and Amelia and New Richmond have registered victories, recently. The Eagles shut out New Richmond 5-0 in a non-conference clash.

Wins accumulating for Glen Este, CNE, Felicity, Milford, and Williamsburg softball

Most of Clermont County’s high school varsity fast pitch softball teams are experiencing a lot of success. In most recent action, Glen Este, Clermont Northeastern, Felicity, Milford, and Williamsburg have won each outing. The Trojans got by East Central (Ind.) 2-1 behind Kelley Benhase’s eight-strikeout performance. Kierstin Gregory’s two hits led the GE offense.

Holy Cross College’s Dominic Randolph of Amelia signs with NFL’s New York Giants

Dominic Randolph, College of the Holy Cross quarterback, has signed with the New York Giants as a free agent following this year’s National Football League (NFL) draft. Randolph was invited to visit the Giants on April 11 and 12 after his impressive performance at Boston College’s Pro Day (March 11). The Giant’s public relations departments described his Pro Day as “a solid performance throwing the ball.”

Bethel-Tate, Northeastern, and Goshen recent big winners on county baseball diamonds

Bethel -Tate, Clermont Northeastern, and Goshen have been undefeated in recent Clermont County high school baseball battles. Each is a member of the American Division of the Southern Buckeye Conference. The Fighting Tigers won a Southern Buckeye Conference non-division game over Batavia 7-2.

Bethel-Tate, Batavia are SBC tennis leaders

Milford began its varsity boys tennis season with a victory. Bethel-Tate continues to serve itself victories in the Southern Buckeye Conference with Batavia and New Richmond also creating a racket with some wins in the Southern Buckeye. The Eagles won out over Winton Woods’ Warriors 4-1 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division.

New Richmond and Northeastern ahead in fight for SBC-A baseball championship

Most of Clermont County’s varsity baseball squads are frequently emerging victorious while amassing large numbers of runs. New Richmond, Clermont Northeastern, and Williamsburg have endured no setbacks in recent action.

Glen Este, Northeastern, Felicity, and Amelia win all in recent fastpitch softball action

Clermont County’s high school varsity fast pitch softball teams are tearing up the area. Glen Este, Clermont Northeastern, Felicity, and Amelia are all undefeated in recent action and Milford, New Richmond and Williamsburg are also displaying winning records. Not one county team was below .500 in recent endeavors.

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