The football team at the College of Mount Saint Joseph has enjoyed great success in recent seasons. Rod Huber, Glen Este High School graduate, Trojan Sports Hall of Famer, and Amelia resident, is the head coach of the Lions. He is very proud of his Clermont County background and heritage and is not at all shy to let everyone know this who is within hearing distance.
Kristen Votapek has concluded a collegiate soccer career that is teeming with honors.
The pinnacle of her success was achieved recently when she was named an NCAA Division II second team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).
Clermont County teams turned in respectable performances at the 22-team Madeira Invitational. Five Clermonters won individual crowns.
Glen Este dropped from the ranks of the unbeaten after a 62-39 drubbing by Mason. The visiting Comets broke away to leads of 30-18 and 41-25 after a 14-all first period. David Walker made 12 points and Steven Wilson 11 for GE. The Trojans bounced back to shock Winton Woods on the losers
Amelia and Clermont Northeastern were the exceptions as Clermont County
Glen Este has added another victim in its string of victories through a thus far unbeaten varsity boys basketball campaign. Amelia, Felicity and Milford also went unbeaten over the holidays.
Glen Este gained a 57-48 verdict at home over Goshen.
Zach Strief, a graduate of Milford High School, was recently named as a first team All-American by the Football Writers Association of America. The 6-foot, 7-inch, 335 pounder is in his fourth season as a starter on the Northwestern University (NU) offensive line.
The Clermont College men
Trojans, Lions, and Bulldogs are unbeaten in recent girls basketball action; Barons end losing streak
Glen Este, New Richmond, and Batavia were unbeaten in recent Clermont County high school varsity girls basketball contests.
Glen Este remains unbeaten as the Trojans and Amelia continue to dominate Fort Ancient Valley Conference American Division competition. Bethel joined the winners