Sports Archive

Lions’ Kramer leads large pool of district swimmers

Clermont countians turned in respectable performances in their respective sectional swimming meets. New Richmond senior Nate Kramer was the pacesetter for the county in the Division I Sectional and all sectionals, both boys and girls, with two first place finishes. He won the 200-yard freestyle in 1-minute, 44.55-seconds and the 500 free in 4:45.10.

Clermont County wrestlers qualify for districts

A total of 41 Clermont County wrestlers qualified for this weekend’s district wrestling tournaments. The top four in each weight class at each division site qualified from the sectionals for the districts. There are 11 alternates (fifth place finishers) who could possibly advance if someone in their respective weight class can not go to the district.

Goshen, Amelia are boys’ best shots in tournament

The sectional tournament for Clermont County’s boys varsity basketball teams is just around the corner. Four of the county’s male cage contingents will begin their quest for a state title on Feb. 21. New Richmond (number-14 seed) versus Taft (number-two seed), Feb. 21, 6 p.m., at Anderson High School.

Batavia and Glen Este are Clermont County’s best hopes in girls sectional tournament competition

These arch-rivals are members of the different divisions Felicity (National Division) and Bethel-Tate (American Division) of the Southern Buckeye Conference who met earlier in the season and it resulted in a victory for the Cardinals. The Cards are 8-8 overall and 7-5 in their division and the Tigers are 6-13 overall and 4-9 in their division. Damon Smith, head coach of Felicity, expects this head-to-head match-up to be tougher than the first go around.

Milford’s boys lead Clermont County squads in conference swimming and diving championships

Milford’s boys paced Clermont County teams in their respective conference swimming and diving meets. In the Greater Miami Conference the Eagles earned a tie for second place. Team totals: Sycamore 266, Milford 194, Lakota West 194, Lakota East 180.5, Princeton 164.5, Fairfield 123, Oak Hills 119, Middletown 84, and Colerain 8. Hamilton did not enter a team.

Unbeaten Baron boy bowlers best in FAVC-C

Amelia’s boys varsity bowling team completed its regular season undefeated. This is a particularly good year for this accomplishment. This is the first year the Ohio High School Athletic Association has recognized bowling as a bonafide varsity sport with a state championship to be contended for by teams throughout the state. The Barons concluded the 2006-07 campaign with a Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division (FAVC-C) record of 8-0 and they were 15-0 overall.

Lew Lady resigns as CNE director of athletics

Lew Lady has resigned as the athletic director at Clermont Northeastern. Lady, a native of Crawford County, Ohio, had served in the position for five years. Also serving as a certified official in track and field, he will be noted at CNE for his support of and continuing the high school sports hall of fame and being a mainstay in improving and increasing the school’s athletic facilities.

Amelia wins FAVC-C Wrestling Tournament; Milford matmen second in GMC Tournament

Amelia was Clermont County’s leader in last weekend’s conference wrestling tournament championships. The Barons won the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division (FAVC-C) title. Other respectable efforts were turned in by Milford which was second in the Greater Miami Conference (GMC), and Glen Este and New Richmond which gained third place in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division (FAVC-B) and Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC), respectively.

First inductees of Williamsburg High’s Sports Hall of Fame

The members of the first induction class of the Williamsburg High School Sports Hall of Fame were honored at a banquet and ceremony that took place at the high school Jan. 27.

Batavia’s wrestling invitational renamed in honor of alumnus and former coach Steve Shinkle

In recognition of his 26 years of service to the Batavia wrestling program on all levels, the Batavia Wrestling Invitational Tournament will now also be known as the Steve Shinkle Invitational. Shinkle, an industrial technology instructor, will be retiring from the Batavia Local School District at the conclusion of the 2006-07 school year. He actually began his wrestling career as a Bulldog varsity wrestler.


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