A record number of 215 people participated in the 10th Annual Scott McDowell Memorial River Days Run. The five kilometer Run/Walk/ Kids Fun Run takes place to honor the memory of former New Richmond athlete Scott McDowell, a 1984 graduate.
Glen Este’s girls are already showing vast improvement over last year’s squad’s performance. The Trojans are 3-2 and a year ago did not win their first game until the sixth game of the season.
Milford is enjoying the most successful beginning of Clermont County’s high school varsity boys soccer teams. The Eagles opened with two victories over highly regarded teams, Indian Hill and Turpin.
The 2006 class of the Milford High School Athletic Hall of Fame will be honored before the varsity football game with Little Miami, Sept. 8. A father-daughter combo (Ted and Stefani Dixon) will be inducted together.
Glen Este, Goshen, Bethel-Tate, and New Richmond were the county’s winners in last Friday’s varsity football games. Glen Este (2-0) overcame visiting Lakota East 20-13 leading 7-0 and 13-7 at the first two stops and the score was knotted at 13-all going into the final stanza. Kyle Slater scored twice for GE on runs of six and 10 yards and Matt Winegardner tallied the winner on a seven-yard pass from Andrew Keller.
Boys Cross Country Lettermen returning Batavia: Thomas Cowan, a junior, and Tyler Hensley, a sophomore. Clermont Northeastern: Mario Leonard, a junior. Felicity: Justin Keltch, a sophomore. Goshen: Robert Romeo, a senior. Milford: Nathan Bullock, a senior, and Chris Myers, a senior. New Richmond: Eric Finan, a senior, Ian Perkins, a senior, Taylor Andrews, a senior, [ Read More ]
Amelia is off to the most impressive start of Clermont County’s varsity boys golf teams.
Glen Este, Goshen, and Amelia were Clermont County’s triumphant teams during the opening week of the high school varsity football campaign. Glen Este became the first county team to compete in the Crosstown Showdown and did the county proud by returning home with a 28-7 victory over Ryle, Ky.
Milford High School will be remembering a very happy time as its honors the varsity football team of 1986, the school’s only state playoff qualifying team. The event will take place Aug. 25 before the Eagles’ season and home opening game. Turpin will provide the competition in a game that will begin at 7:30 p.m. There will be a tailgate party before the game in the shot put area at the east end of the stadium.
Williamsburg and Clermont County football legend Ken Osborne will be back on the sidelines of the gridiron again, but for the first time at Batavia.