Sports Archive

Todd Wells retires after 13 successful seasons as New Richmond head coach

Todd Wells has recently announced his resignation as the head coach of the New Richmond varsity tennis team. He is regarded by many who follow the Clermont County prep tennis scene as the most successful in the county’s history. He was the head coach at his alma mater for 13 years.

A great friendship makes for great battery mates; Jefferson, Voshell conclude great prep careers

Friendship combined with athletic teamwork together makes an awesome power. An impressive proof of this point is the solid alliance formed by the best of friends and stellar Clermont Northeastern baseball players, Michael Jefferson and Trace Voshell. Jefferson is a left hand pitcher who dominated the Southern Buckeye Conference baseball scene for the past four seasons. This year he earned a record of 7-2 with a 0.96 earned run average and struck out 80 opponents in 50 innings pitched. His junior year he was 5-2 with a 1.40 earned run average striking out 72 adversaries in 50 innings pitched.

Scheid and Stone will continue friendship, studies, stand out sports careers at Wilmington College

Friendship is truly one of the world’s greatest, if not, the greatest blessing on earth. Two Milford sports greats have decided to continue their education and athletic careers at the same college. Tyler Scheid and Kyle Stone will be moving up Interstate 71 a bit to study and play at Wilmington College. At Milford, they were close teammates and stars on the swimming team and the state champion water polo team.

Strief’s ‘Dream Big’ Football Camp will have NFL star instructors in Clermont County July 6-8

The first Zach Strief “Dream Big” Foundation Football Camp will take place July 6-8, at Strief’s alma mater, Milford High School. Strief is a former Milford High and Northwestern University football standout who is now a member of the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League (NFL).

Northeastern is SBC-A baseball co-champion

Clermont Northeastern’s Rockets and Western Brown’s tied for the varsity baseball crown in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division. The members of CNE’s Blue and Gold were, front row from left, Zach Hall, Tyler Sanders, Josh Dales, Trace Voshell, Graham Nash, Andrew Riley, and Sean Barber; back row, head coach Jason Kreimer, David Colwell, Nic Johnson, Zach Slusher, Michael Jefferson, Seth Varner, Justin Messinger, Austyn Pell, and assistant coach Kirk.

Ken Rushford’s life-saving efforts are recognized statewide by Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

Ken Rushford is an athletic trainer with Wellington Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine in Eastgate. He has again been honored for his quickness of thinking, his quick reaction, and his heroism. This time the laudatory statements and awards come from the state level. Rushford is also the athletic trainer for Glen Este High School where he utilized his life-saving skills and other talents earlier this school year to save the life of a seriously injured Trojan athlete.

Clermont Northeastern senior sports star Kara Johnson earns Division II first team All-Ohio academic honors

Kara Johnson, Clermont Northeastern senior and three-sport star, has recently earned a berth on the first team of the Division II All-Ohio All-Academic team. She was a Southern Buckeye Conference American Division all-star in all three sports. She has earned special awards from her alma mater as the most improved on the volleyball court and the most valuable player on the basketball court and the softball diamond.

County well-represented on four all-star squads in 1986-87

Amelia, Batavia, Glen Este, Goshen, and Milford were members of four separate conferences in 1986-87. Following are the Clermont countians on those football all-star teams of 20 falls ago.

Nate Kramer, New Richmond swim star, taking his talents to UC

Nate Kramer, New Richmond High School senior, has signed a collegiate letter-of-intent to continue his education and his athletic career at the University of Cincinnati. He plans to major in the field of business with an emphasis on marketing. “I chose UC because it’s close to home and offered what I wanted,” said Kramer. His parents, Vince and Deann Kramer, are happy with his choice.

Trojans and Barons compete in Amelia Power Meet

The Second Annual Amelia High School Strongman Contest was garnered by the Hamilton High School’s Big Blue team #1 with a an overall total of 198 points. The other team scores were Glen Este #1 123.5, Amelia #1 122.5, Glen Este #2 63.5, Scott (Ky.) #1 47, Amelia #2 37, Hamilton #2 29, and Amelia #3 8.

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