Clermont Northeastern has forged ahead to display the winningest record among Clermont County
Goshen was the pacesetter of the three Clermont County schools that competed in the Southwest Ohio Track and Field Coaches
Amelia defeated New Richmond 2-1. The Blue and White took Winton Woods 11-7 with Chelsea Ehemann earning the win on the mound. Kelly Madigan had three hits and three stolen bases, Madden two hits and three RBI, Julie Ell two hits, three runs scored, five stolen bases, and two RBI, Jen Demetro two hits, runs scored, and RBI, Alex Decker two runs and two RBI, and Boeh two RBI and four steals.
Powerlifting as a high school competition is making a comeback in Clermont County. Amelia has gathered together one-half dozen of its athletes who are competing as a team. It has been more than a decade since powerlifting was a serious prep sport of sort in many of the county high schools.
Several of Clermont County
Most of the Clermont County varsity boys tennis teams have begun their respective campaigns with the majority of the contests being victories.
The fall of 2005 was a banner time for Goshen
The New Richmond Invitational saw Goshen place runner-up in both the boys and girls division behind Brossart High School of Kentucky. The boys team scores were Brossart (B) 137, Goshen (Gos) 113, New Richmond (NR) 112, Cincinnati Hills Christian (C) 77, Western Brown (WB) 58, Batavia (Bat) 28, Mariemont (M) 23, Bethel-Tate (BT) 22, Clermont Northeastern (CNE) 21, Blanchester (Bl) 19, Williamsburg (Wms) 18, Felicity (Fel) 14, Georgetown (G) 13, Eastern (E) 4, and Ripley (R) 1.
A quartet of Clermont countians are members of the Cincinnati Marshals, a member of the National Indoor Football League (NIFL). Last year, the Marshals, in only their first season in Cincinnati, tied the Dayton Warbirds for second place in the North Division and went on to place runner-up in the Atlantic Conference, one game short of the NIFL championship battle.