A perfect 300 Baker game was the major factor that earned Glen Este’s varsity boys bowling team first place in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference (FAVC) Tournament that took place at Northwest Lanes, on lucky Saturday, Jan. 13.
In the annals of Clermont County and Williamsburg sports history, Kenny Craig is still in the running and at or near the forefront. The 65-year old 1959 graduate of Williamsburg High School began running the fall of his freshman year of high school (1955-56). He began running as a ninth grade member of the ‘Burg varsity football team where he played very sparingly that year on the offensive line at left guard. He was a manager for the first Wildcat gridiron varsity team when he was in eighth grade (1954-55).
New Richmond was in the forefront of Clermont County’s five varsity wrestling teams that competed in the 37th Annual Madeira Invitational. Moeller’s B squad won the 23-team tourney with 194.5 points, New Richmond (NR) was fifth with 131, Goshen (G), seventh, 118.5, Bethel-Tate (BT), eighth, 112, Clermont Northeastern (CNE), 12th, 50, and Batavia (B), 15th, 44.
Glen Este girls on six-game winning streak; Batavia and Goshen doing well in SBC cage confrontations
Glen Este is the pace setter for Clermont County’s varsity girls basketball teams. The Trojans are 8-3 overall and 3-2 in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division (FAVC-B). “We’re pretty happy with how we’re doing. We’ve won our last six,” said Jeff Click, head coach of the Purple and White.
Milford and Goshen are in the thick of the fight in their respective conference’s boys basketball races. Felicity has emerged as the most positive surprise of the season. Milford brought down Sycamore’s Aviators in a Greater Miami Conference battle 61-55 before the winners’ home crowd. The Eagles spotted their guests a 13-8 first quarter advantage, but knotted the score at 21 at the half before taking over for good 40-38 after three periods of action. Milford scoring leaders: Brandon Baker 19, Mark Bryant 17, and Tyler Diercks 10.
Milford is just about the only Clermont County varsity boys basketball squad to be recording any victories of late. Milford was taken into overtime before defeating visiting Lakota East to remain in the top echelon of the Greater Miami Conference (GMC) race.
Milford remains the dominant force among Clermont County’s high school varsity wrestling teams, but most recently Bethel-Tate stepped to the forefront with a tournament triumph of its own.
The 2006-07 version of the Clermont College men’s basketball team has begun yet another season in pursuit of still more titles, trophies, and accolades. The Cougars have a long tradition of winning seasons and conference and tournament championships.
Bowling is now an officially recognized and sanctioned sport by the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA). Because of this first-ever approval by the OHSAA the enthusiasm and response by the four boys varsity teams and four girls varsity teams in Clermont County has grown significantly.
Glen Este’s Trojans continue to be the most successful of Clermont County’s varsity girls basketball squads. Glen Este was forced to make a serious comeback in the second half to overcome a determined Harrison club 56-45 on the losers’ floor. The Trojans were on the bottom after the first two breaks of this Fort Ancient Valley Conference contest 12-8 and 19-16, but the Purple and White rallied to take the lead 36-33 after three quarters of action and held on from there.