Ron Bird is back. The New Richmond High School football coaching legend has returned to his field of victory. This time though, it is as the coach of the New Richmond Middle School seventh grade team.
Williamsburg is the soul survivor on the expressway to the heart of the district volleyball tournament. All the other Clermont County high school varsity V-ball teams have been eliminated, but several gave it a long ride.
Milford and New Richmond continue to forge ahead in the sectional boys soccer tournament.
Glen Este continues to reign over Clermont County high school varsity football and Goshen and New Richmond have now emerged with winning records following action on a very wet, chilly Friday night.
Except for victories by Glen Este and New Richmond, this week
Clermont Northeastern and Batavia continue to dominate in their respective Southern Buckeye Conference division races in varsity volleyball. Felicity, Goshen, Glen Este, and Williamsburg have been earning victories of late, too.
Anais Etillieux, Batavia
A trio of juniors have qualified to represent their county and respective schools in the district golf tournament. Eric Fedus of Amelia and Kyle Jones of Milford in Division I and Bill Braselton of Batavia in Division II advanced from the sectional tournaments.
Scott Johnson was selected to the United States Olympic Hall of Fame last week. Johnson grew up in Clermont County and Union Township and attended school at Brantner and Clough Pike elementary schools.