Sports Archive

Seven grappling gladiators to represent Clermont County at state championships

There will be seven of Clermont County’s high school grappling gladiators invading Columbus this weekend for the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s state championship tournament. Chaz Gresham, Goshen junior, is the county’s lone district champion. The 152-pounder won his championship match with an easy 42-second pin of Will Lebouef of Oakwood.

Bethel-Tate and Milford are the county’s only basketball sectional tournament winners

Bethel-Tate’s Tigers, the undefeated champions of the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division, have turned in the best performance for the county varsity male cagers. The Red and Gray put a finish to Finneytown’s Wildcats 68-63 at Mason. The Clermont countians were in command all the way 18-11, 34-33, and 52-47 in this Division II duel.

Lewis, Robinson lead Clermont swimmers to district

New Richmond senior Alex Lewis and Milford sophomore Beau Robinson set the pace for Clermont County’s swimmers on the sectional level of competition. Lewis was victorious in the 100-yard free style event with a time of 50.08 seconds. This took place in the Division II Sectional at Mason High School.

UC Clermont men qualify for national finals tournament for the fifth consecutive year

The University of Cincinnati Clermont College men’s basketball team is champion once again of the Ohio Regional Campus Conference with a perfect 13-0 record. Clermont County’s Red and Black have been forging ahead through its competition to earn an overall standard of 23-6 overall.

New Richmond and Goshen one-two in Division II sectional wrestling tournament

Clermont County will be well represented at this weekend’s respective district wrestling tournaments. A total of 43 Clermont County high school mat standouts advanced to the district level of competition. The best four in each weight class in each sectional qualified for the district tournaments. New Richmond won the Division II sectional hosted by Goshen High School. The Southern Buckeye Conference showed its dominance with all five teams finishing among the top one-half of the 14 squads.

Amelia girls only winner over non-county foes

Amelia was the only Clermont County high school varsity girls basketball team to defeat an out-of-county opponent in recent action. The Barons won a Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division confrontation over Little Miami 71-66. The hosts led the Panthers at each intermission 20-12, 37-33, and 56-49.

Bethel-Tate’s guys eliminating everybody; Glen Este advances in FAVC-Cardinal

Bethel-Tate, unbeaten overall and champion of the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division, is adding on to its number of triumphs. Goshen continues to win in the same race and Glen Este continues to advance in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division.

Bethel Tigers and Glen Este Trojans are the county’s best in their boys basketball races

Many of Clermont County’s varsity boys basketball squads have been earning victories of late. Bethel-Tate and Goshen have been steadily pulling away from the pack in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division and Glen Este has been gaining victories in the Buckeye Division of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. The Tigers clobbered Fayetteville 74-43 in non-conference play on the winners’ court. The Rockets surprisingly led their hosts 19-16 after the first period, but the Tigers recovered to lead 43-28 and 60-37 after the next halts.

Milford girls win Fort Ancient Valley Buckeye Conference Division swimming and diving crowns

Milford’s girls are the champions of swimming and diving in the Buckeye Division of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. The E-Gals, led by individual champions Julilyn Brown, a senior, and Margaret Craycraft, a junior, amassed 428 points, Anderson had 396, Loveland 396, Glen Este 80, and Harrison 68. Winton Woods did not participate. Following are the Clermont County placers with their finish and time.

Williamsburg and Bethel-Tate girls basketball teams are leading the county in recent games

Most of Clermont County’s high school varsity girls basketball teams are struggling. The Wildcats won out over White Oak’s own Wildcats 64-43 in ‘Burg in a non-conference confrontation. The Blue and White was in command throughout 15-4, 34-18, and 51-28.

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