Milford’s Eagles turned in very good performances at their own swimming and diving invitational. The boys finished second among the 12 teams that scored and the girls placed third among the 11 squads that scored.
Milford High School will be honoring its new class of four members to the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame. A pre-induction reception and dinner will take place Jan. 22 before the varsity boys basketball team takes on Harrison’s Wildcats. Following are the newest members of the Milford High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
Five very deserving individuals and an entire team will be inducted into the Bethel-Tate High School Sports Hall of Fame Jan. 23. A dinner/induction ceremony will take place beginning at 4:30 p. m. in the old high school gymnasium. The cost is $12 per person. The inductees will be introduced again at halftime of the varsity boys basketball game between the Fighting Tigers and the much-improved Williamsburg Wildcats.
Bethel-Tate remains the leader of the boys varsity basketball race in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division and Glen Este is making a determined drive to move to the front of the chase in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. The Tigers walloped Western Brown 69-55 in the American Division of the Southern Buckeye Conference.
The Clermont County high school varsity girls bowling scene clearly shows coach Kathy DeMarko’s Glen Este gals as being in the forefront. Glen Este won out over Loveland 2028-1954 in a Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division duel. Lauren Gerber and Sarah Rowe led GE with the respective scores of 346 and 334. At the Holiday Classic, Rowe rolled 502 and Gerber 494.
Glen Este continues to knock down all of its opposition in boys bowling. The Trojans lead the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. The Trojans toppled Loveland 2686-2477. The best two-game total of the afternoon was achieved by GE’s Paul Hudson who bowled a 504.
The selection committee of the Williamsburg High School Sports Hall of Fame has chosen three very deserving athletes who have become the newest members of the Wildcats’ Sports Hall of Fame. This marks the fourth class to be inducted since the hall of fame was founded by Richard Crawford and then WHS athletic director Ron Odgen.
The end of the holidays and the bad winter weather have caused the havoc of getting in sports events in Clermont County to be very difficult. Very few varsity girls basketball games have taken place of late.
Despite a wicked weather-shortened schedule, some high school varsity boys basketball games have been played in Clermont County. Batavia, Glen Este, Goshen, and New Richmond have stepped forward with victories.
The Invincible Gym, in Hamersville, is the site of many talented athletes who are pursuing invincibility in the field of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) competition. Shaun Asher, a former stellar prep athlete who graduated from Goshen High School and played on the University Ciincinnati Clermont College basketball team, is one of those in the forefront to earn titles and laurels in the MMA.