Clermont County’s varsity girls basketball squads are very much into their mid-season competition and not too distant from actually drawing for their respective opening round of tournament opponents. “I expected a little bit more from them than what we’ve gotten to this point of the season, but they’re finally realizing their potential,” said Katrina Seis, head coach of the Red and Gray.
The Batavia Lady Bulldogs bean Amelia on the Baron’s home court last week, outscoring the blue and white 60-48. The game was led in scoring by Batavia’s Heather Hines, who shot for 18, followed by teammate Amy Webb who scored 15. Amelia was led by Ashley Crutcher and Morgan Sperry, who each scored 10 points.
The Glen Este Trojans held off Purcell Marian January 8 for a slim win, 55-54. The Trojans were led in scoring by Dustin Brinson, who shot for 19. Purcell Marian led at the half by one point, 22-21, but the Trojans outscored the visiting team heavily in the third quarter.
The New Richmond swim teams posted wins over visiting Summit last week, earning a win by 21 points for the boys team and five points for the girls team. The New Richmond boys placed first in the 200 meter relay and 200 meter free, as well as in several other races.
Many of Clermont County’s varsity wrestling teams and individuals are doing well in the early goings of the season. But being so early and many individuals not yet finding their proper weight class, there have been a lot of forfeits being made by some of the county’s squads.
Glen Este High School recently held its annual Fall Sports Awards Night. Dan Simmons, Glen Este athletic director, has announced the following recipients of special honors earned for their respective stellar performances during the autumn sports season.
Amelia High School athletic director James Collins has announced the recipients of awards recently presented at the Amelia High autumn sports awards night.
It’s hard to believe its been 20 years since the last Clermont County League winter all-star teams were chosen. Following are the squad members.
Milford and Clermont Northeastern continue to tear through their competition. Batavia and Felicity have become recent additions to the number of unbeaten boys varsity basketball teams in Clermont County in recent action. The Eagles humbled Harrison’s Wildcats 65-49 in Fort Ancient Valley Conference (FAVC-B) Buckeye Division action that took place on the winners’ hardwood. The Red and White was in control at each intermission.
Milford Christian Academy’s (MCA) Bulldogs will soon be entering a big section of their varsity boys and girls basketball schedules. Dave Williamson, former Amelia High basketball standout from the class of 1978, has released the schedules and rosters of the varsity teams.