The last of Clermont County’s varsity basketball teams have been eliminated from their respective tournaments with the loss of Glen Este’s girls. The Trojan women were defeated by defending Division I state champion Mount Notre Dame 60-40.
Five Clermont countians placed in the Ohio state wrestling championship tournament. This establishes a new county record. The event took place at the Value City Arena on the campus of Ohio State University, Columbus.
Eight Clermont County high school wrestling stars have qualified for the state championship meet that will take place this weekend at the at the Value City Arena, Jerome Schottenstein Center, on the campus of Ohio State University, Columbus. The best four in each weight class from the Southwest District qualified for the state championship tournament.
Glen Este’s girls won their Division I sectional basketball tournament and advanced to the district championship game. Milford also performed well, but was eventually eliminated after winning its first two games. Most of Clermont County’s high school varsity girls basketball teams have been eliminated from their respective sectional tournaments.
The two West Clermont schools got the county’s varsity boys basketball squads off to an impressive start in the sectional tournament. The Barons fractured Fairfield, the largest high school in the state, 44-41 in the Division I sectional that took place at Lakota West High School. The Clermont countians were in the lead at each intermission 12-11, 27-19, and 34-33.
The 2009 class of the Amelia High School Sports Hall of Fame will be inducted at the Sixth Annual Baron Bash and 19th Annual sports hall of fame induction ceremony. The Baron Bash will take place March 7, beginning at 6:30 p.m., at Receptions East (4450 Eastgate Boulevard).
There were some outstanding performances turned in by Clermont County high school swimmers and divers in the sectional meets. Alex Lewis, New Richmond senior, was champion of two events in the Division II boys sectional.
For the second consecutive season, the University of Cincinnati Clermont College women’s basketball team has achieved an impressive 26-9 record. but this year is very different. This year the UC Clermont women achieved as high as eighth in the nation in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association’s rankings.
Milford and Bethel-Tate each won their first game in the girl’s sectional basketball tournament. Milford eliminated the McAuley Mohawks 52-46 in the first game for both teams in the sectional tournament that took place at Lakota East High School. The E-Gals burst out to a 13-7 first quarter lead, but McAuley eked out an 18-17 lead at the end of the first half.
Clermont County will be well represented in the state championship swimming and diving showdowns that will take place this weekend at C.T. Branin Natatorium in Canton. Alex Lewis, New Richmond junior, qualified for two events in Division II.