The Felicity Little Princesses were members of the Southern Ohio (Girls) Softball League Instructional Class. Team members are, left to right, row one, Macey Donovan, Rachel Foley, Hailey Sanker, Peyton Grooms, and Ellie Sharp; row two, coach Pierce Grooms, Mallory Obermeyer, Kaitlyn Sharp, Desirae Hopper, Kyle Belt, and coach Dennis Foley; and standing coaches Bobby Sanker and Philip Sharp.
The Clermont Northeastern Summer Baksetball Camp for 8-14 year olds took place in the CNE High School gymnasium. Jerry Doerger, CNE head varsity basketball coach and camp director, was assisted by members of his varsity cage squad.
Amelia High School seniors John Reefe, left, and Monica Kohnen earned Branden Able Memorial scholarships. The scholarship was named in memory and honor of former Amelia High School and Defiance College soccer star Branden Able.
Dave Caldwell’s first summer camp as the Glen Este High School head varsity boys basketball coach took place at the beginning of this season in the GE high school gymnasium.
The Goshen Pink Panthers were members of the Southern Ohio (Girls) Softball League Instructional Class. Team members are, left to right, row one, Haily Widner, Hanna Anderson, Annelise Elmore, Sarah Haas, Sarah Slate, and Olivia Coley.
The Milford Tigers were champions of the Class C Junior Silver Division of the Clermont County Knothole Tournament.
The Tealtown (Mount Carmel-Glen Este) Redhawks were runner-up in the Class C Junior Gold Division of the Clermont County Knothole Tournament.
The 61st Annual Clermont County Knothole Tournament has come to a conclusion. In the most recent championship game results, amazingly seven different franchises emerged with title-winning performances. Speaking of franchises, how many of you remember the franchises of Clermont County Knothole that no longer exist? Those I can remember include Branch Hill, Day Heights, Loveland, Monroe, Moscow, Mulberry, Newtonsville, Owensville, Pierce, Saint Bernadette, and Willowville-Glen Este.
The Mount Carmel Fire won its first game in the two-month history of the franchise by knocking off the visiting Northwest Ohio Raiders 23-16 in a very hard-fought confrontation. The game was played on Saturday night July 14, on the Anderson High School football field.
Many of Amelia High School’s male and female soccer alumni gathered recently to raise funds for the Branden Able Memorial Scholarship. Able was one of the best of the Barons in varsity soccer history. After receiving a scholarship to continue his studies and play soccer at Defiance College, Defiance, Ohio, he was killed in a motorcycle accident the next summer.