A record-tying event took place, recently, in the sports history of Clermont County. Four Glen Este High School football stars signed collegiate letters-of-intent on the same day. Only twice before has such an impressive event taken place in the county
After a nine-year hiatus, the selection committee for the Batavia High School Sports Hall of Fame met Jan. 25 to select six new members for the Bulldogs
Clermont Northeastern, number four seed and Southern Buckeye Conference American Division (SBC-A) co-champion, dropped Norwood 51-32 in the Division II Sectional that took place at Mason High School. The Clermont countians were in control at each stop 13-5, 20-14, and 37-21. Casey Waldman fueled the Rockets
Almost half of Clermont County
The regular season for Clermont County
New Richmond and Milford placed second in their respective sectional wrestling tournaments. A total of 44 wrestlers from Clermont County high schools have earned the right to advance to the district tournments that will take place this weekend. Nine of these grappling gladiators won individual sectional crowns.
Felicity, New Richmond, and Goshen went through a week unbeaten in Clermont County high school varsity boys basketball. Amelia and Glen Este played their last game before a year
Former Montreal Expos pitcher Rick Engel threw some pitches to young softball players at the Southern Ohio Sports Expo that was sponsored by All-Star Sportswear of Withamsville. The event took place at Amelia High School, Feb. 12. Engel, a 1976 graduate of Clermont Northeastern High School, was a Clermont County League all-star hurler and is a member of the CNE Sports Hall of Fame.
The members of the 2006 class of the University of Cincinnati Clermont College Athletic Hall of Fame are, from left, Felicity graduate Meagan Ooten, Turpin graduate Scott Nelson, and UC Clermont faculty member and advisor Donna Lauver, a resident of Pierce Township. They were honored at a banquet that took place Feb. 10, at the college.