Sports Archive

Todd Reidel’s strength and conditioning talents takes him to Missouri State University

Todd Riedel has just begun a new job. The 1997 graduate of Amelia High School has just been offered, and accepted, the position as the Assistant Director of Strength and Conditioning at Missouri State University (MSU), Springfield, Mo. The announcement was made last week by Terry Sauerby, the head strength and conditioning coach at Missouri State.

Lions are hottest at Tigers’ Polar Bear Relays

New Richmond swept both gender crowns in the Annual Polar Bear Relays that took place at Bethel-Tate High School. This event is usually the opening event for Clermont County’s high school spring sports season. This year it served the same purpose.

Southern Buckeye-National selects winter all-stars

The National Division Southern Buckeye Conference coaches have selected their respective all-star teams for the winter 2008-09 season. Following are Clermont County’s representatives on these teams. Both divisions are combined into one tournament.

Southern Buckeye-American chooses winter all-stars

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.

Amelians are FAVC-C all-stars

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.

FAVC-Buckeye stars brighten Clermont’s winter skies

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.

Amelia’s Mazzaro retires from the barony

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.

Clermont’s Generals will command post-college men’s basketball league action

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.

UC Clermont softball season information announced

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.

Abundant Clermont County talent helps lead UC Clermont baseball into second season

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.

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