The Southern Buckeye Conference American Division coaches have chosen their respective all-stars teams for the winter 2008-09 season. Following are Clermont County’s representatives. Both divisions are combined into one tournament.
The head coaches of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference (FAVC) Cardinal Division of the 2008-09 winter sports season have selected the all-star teams of the respective sports. Amelia is the only Clermont County high school that is a member of this division of the FAVC. Following are the Barons chosen to these dream teams.
The head coaches of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division (FAVC-B) have chosen their all-star teams for the 2008-09 winter season. Glen Este and Milford are the Clermont County high schools that are members of the FAVC-B. Following are Clermont County’s representatives on these respective teams.
Craig Mazzaro has retired as the Amelia High School head boys basketball coach. His career at the helm began with the 1992-93 season, temporarily ended in 1998-99, and began again with the 2001-02 season. His career regular season record was 159 wins (166 total) and 137 losses (56-percent winning percentage). A 1978 graduate of Amelia High, he began his basketball coaching career as a varsity assistant coach under Jim Hilleary for the 1986-87 campaign.
The General’s troops are being organized for this summer’s campaign of conquest. The Clermont County Generals will soon begin their first season of men’s basketball action. The Generals are a member of the Kentucky Basketball Developmental League (KBDL) which is what it says, a Kentucky based fundamental developmental basketball league.
The University of Cincinnati Clermont College fast pitch softball team will soon be getting another season underway. The head coach is Dan Kinney and the academic advisor is Peggy Hager, associate professor of mathematics and a Glen Este High School graduate.
Baseball season has begun for the fledgling University of Cincinnati Clermont College squad. The coaching staff of this program that is into just its second year is expecting an improved season which will be saying a lot since the Cougars enjoyed much success in its inaugural season.
The University of Cincinnati Clermont College men’s basketball squad finished fourth in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association’s national championship tournament. The tournament took place at Penn State University-Fayette which is located in the Greater Pittsburgh area.
The Clermont Northeastern High School Sports Hall of Fame will be adding six members. The event will take place April 11, at 6:30 p. m., at the Early Children’s Education Center, former CNE Middle School. Following are the members of the sports hall’s class of 2009. Dave Brown (CNE class of 1974) was a multi-year letterman in basketball and baseball. He was a two-time Clermont County League all-star second baseman. He earned the prestigious Northeastern High School H.O.. Danner Award that is presented to the outstanding senior student/athlete. Sam Brown (class of 1983) was a letterman in soccer, basketball, and baseball. He was a Clermont County League all-star on the hardwood and the diamond and was the league’s most valuable player in both sports his senior year.
Glen Este’s boys and Amelia’s girls varsity bowling teams advanced to the district tournament. The Trojans regular season record was 12-5 and the Barons were 12-2. Among the boys, Amelia finished at 11-4 and Milford was 8-12. Among the girls, Glen Este was 12-3 and Milford was 11-9. Most of the county’s keglers finished their respective regular-seasons very strong.