Charles Nau of Batavia, former athletic secretary of the old Clermont County League and now retired, recently contacted this writer with a unique sports item that would tie-in with football
Goshen has been the winningest among the Clermont County varsity boys basketball squad of late. Amelia and New Richmond have returned to their winning ways with the past week. Goshen nullified Norwood 56-50 on the losers
The University of Cincinnati
Glen Este continues to keep the pressure on Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division leader Winton Woods. Behind just one game, the Trojans tacked on two more victories, both on the road. Milford was unbeaten for the week, too.
Glen Este and New Richmond were the biggest winners among Clermont County
New Richmond varsity swimming teams splashed Seven Hills in the friendly confines of the Lion waters. Nate Kramer established a new school record in the 200-yard freestyle in a time of 2-minutes, 8.04-seconds.
The second half of the respective conferences
Milford is prepared to host its 31st annual wrestling tournament this weekend. The Eagles were runners-up with 240 points in the 10-team Mason Invitational that was won by Lakota West with 330 points.
Andy Stiles may have just experienced the most unusual night in his young life last Saturday, Jan. 21. In one evening, Stiles was inducted into his alma mater
Glen Este won the first 15 varsity boys basketball games versus arch-rival Amelia and has never been behind in the series, but after the 68th game of the series, played on Tuesday Jan. 10, a 60-53 victory by the Barons over the Trojans at GE, the series is now tied at 34 games apiece. Amelia has won 30 of the last 35 games between the two high schools of the West Clermont School District.