The members of the 2006 class of the University of Cincinnati Clermont College Athletic Hall of Fame are, from left, Felicity graduate Meagan Ooten, Turpin graduate Scott Nelson, and UC Clermont faculty member and advisor Donna Lauver, a resident of Pierce Township. They were honored at a banquet that took place Feb. 10, at the college.
Ken Osborne, retired educator and football coach, will be honored tonight (Feb. 16) with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2006 Scholar-Athlete Banquet that will take place Cincinnati Hilton-Netherland Plaza.
Western Brown has won its third consecutive Southern Buckeye Conference Wrestling Tournament. The classic took place at Bethel-Tate High School. The Broncos (WB) registered 175 points, New Richmond (NR) 147.5, Blanchester (Bl) 132.5, Bethel-Tate (BT) 89, Goshen (G) 72, Batavia (Bat) 62.5, Clermont Northeastern (CNE) 47, and Williamsburg (Wms) 26.
Felicity versus Ripley, Feb. 16, 8:30 p.m., at Western Brown High School (Division III).
Glen Este and Clermont Northeastern went unbeaten in two games apiece and Goshen in one. The other seven teams did not win a single game in a week where Clermont County
Milford wrestling coach Jim Costello believes his charges are prepared to make a serious challenge for the top echelon of the Greater Miami Conference Wrestling Tournament (GMC) that will take place Saturday at Middletown High School beginning at 10 a. m. The finals are scheduled to begin at 6 p. m.
Harrison and Mason are the teams to overcome in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division (FAVC-B) Wrestling Tournament that will take place Saturday at Anderson High School.
The Clermont County head wrestling coaches of the Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) anticipate that it will be a three-way war for the league title. New Richmond, Western Brown, and Blanchester are figured to be at the top when all the cheering stops.