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Amelia, Glen Este, and Milford female keglers are sparing no Fort Ancient Valley opponents

Amelia, Glen Este, and Milford, Clermont County’s members of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference, have been victorious in their recent varsity girls bowling matches. The Barons edged Goshen 1906-1855 in non-league action.

Glen Este and Milford boy bowlers continue to strike terror into their opponents’ hearts

Milford and Glen Este have been the winningest of Clermont County’s varsity boys bowling squads. The Eagles beat Amelia 2439-2273. The Barons’ Zac Vestring rolled the best game with 407. Milford’s Adam Edwards had a 399 and Amelia’s Kyle Clements 391.

Blom, Davis, Reynolds are the new Amelia chosen ones for the Barons’ athletic hall

Amelia High School will be adding three new members to its sports hall of fame the night of March 2, at the Baron Bash and the 20th Annual Amelia High School Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony and dinner.

Clermont Northeastern High adds eight stars to its sports hall of fame membership

Eight former Rockets are the new members of the Clermont Northeastern and Owensville High School Sports Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony and dinner will take place March 20 at the former Clermont Northeastern Middle School.

Bethel, CNE, and GE boys; Milford, Amelia girls unbeaten in recent basketball action

Several of Clermont County’s varsity basketball teams continue to triumph. Boys Bethel-Tate clinched the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division title with an 80-62 win over second place Goshen in Bethel. The Tigers led throughout 19-15, 40-24, and 63-47. Junior forward Tyler Bullock topped the Tigers with 27 points, senior forward Louie Schaljo made 23, and [ Read More ]

Glen Este a factor in FAVC wrestling tourney; Milford and Amelia are young, inexperienced

Clermont County has three teams that will be competing in their respective divisions of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Wrestling Tournament. All three divisions, Buckeye, Cardinal, and Scarlet will compete, Feb. 13, at Wilmington High School.

New Richmond, Goshen, Bethel-Tate serious contenders in SBC wrestling tournament

The Southern Buckeye Conference Wrestling Tournament is predicted by most of the league’s mat mentors to be a dogfight between New Richmond, Goshen, and Blanchester. The tournament will take place, Feb. 13, at Williamsburg High School. Both divisions will be combined into one tournament.

Clermont County native is a member of the New Orleans Saints Super Bowl championship team

Clermont County can claim another first among its many athletic accomplishments. The county now has its first member of a Super Bowl championship team. Zach Strief is an offensive lineman for the New Orleans Saints that won the National Football League’s Super Bowl XLIV, Feb. 7, in Miami, Fla. The Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-17. Strief is a 2001 graduate of Milford High School where he lettered in football, basketball, and track and field. He was a Greater Miami Conference all-star on the gridiron.

Honors coming Jeff Elam’s way – Division IV Lineman of the Year; That’s My Boy nominee

Jeff Elam, Batavia High School senior, was recently selected as the Greater Cincinnati Division IV Offensive Lineman of the Year by the prestigious Anthony Munoz Foundation. Elam, who played both offensive guard and defensive end for the Bulldogs, is also the Southern Buckeye Conference’s candidate to receive another prestigious honor, the “That’s My Boy” award. The lineman of the year is chosen from among young men who show a good level of academic success and community involvement. The “That’s My Boy” award is presented to a high school football player who has made distinct achievements in three areas – football, academics, and extracurricular involvement.

Bethel-Tate, Goshen, Milford, Northeastern guys are winning recent basketball trials

Bethel-Tate, Goshen, and Milford have been the major winners of late in Clermont County high school boys varsity basketball. Clermont Northeastern continues to extend its winning streak. The Tigers returned from Clinton County after bombing Blanchester’s Wildcats 87-65. The Red and Gray led all the way 28-15, 51-31, and 65-53.

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