Kenny Lowe is the new head girls basketball coach at Williamsburg High School. Lowe, a resident of Batavia, has many years of successful coaching experience in several sports to his credit.
The annual Williamsburg Wrestling Invitational Tournament will no longer be known as such. Beginning Dec. 8, the tournament will be renamed the Bob Guy Invitational Wrestling Tournament. Williamsburg hosted a wrestling tournament years ago and then it was discontinued. It was renewed three years ago.
Batavia’s varsity football seniors led the Bulldogs through a season in which the Green and White doubled their number of victories from the previous season. The group included ends Jason Porter and Kenny Back, tackles Andrew Gullion and Jeremy Banziger, and nose guard Jake Bradburn.
Led by a talented group of seniors, Williamsburg’s varsity football team won more games this year than the previous three seasons combined.
Goshen’s varsity gridiron seniors led the Warriors to the school’s third state playoff football appearance. It was the first time in 14 years the Red and Gray qualified for the state tournament and the first time they were able to compete before the home fans. “The seniors were the heart and soul of our team,” said Goshen head coach Mark Slagle. “They knew what was expected of them and how to win. They brought great leadership and attitude to us. I’m real proud of them. “Every one of them was important to the program. Each one had a role to fill and they all filled them very well. We are really going to miss them,” Slagle said.
Clermont County’s autumn season high school sports stars shone brightly. Following are those Clermont countians who received all-star recognition for their outstanding play in their respective sport in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division (included is the year in school).
Clermont County was well represented on the autumn season all-star dream teams of the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division. Following are the Clermont countians recognized for their superior prowess (included is year in school).
The autumn all-star dream teams of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division included many Clermont countians. This is Milford’s first year in the conference. Following are the Clermont County members of the all-conference teams (included is the year in school).
Amelia is Clermont County’s only representative in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division. Following are the Barons who earned berths on the FAVC-C autumn all-star squads. Included, if known, is the year in school.
Tournament competitions were not necessarily or particularly the highlights of the fall varsity girls tennis season for Clermont County’s varsity teams. Clermont County’s best efforts were made in the Division II level of competition. This sectional took place at Seven Hills School.