Sports Archive

Milford in tri-tie for FAVC Buckeye boys golf crown

Milford’s varsity male golfers earned a share of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye (FAVC-B) Division championship. Finishing second in the conference and second in the conference tournament earned the Eagles a tie for first with the FAVC’s system of determining its golf champions. The FAVC awards points for a school’s finish in head-to-head conference competition and in the tournament.

Goshen is the new King; Barons and Lions triumph

Goshen, Amelia, and New Richmond were the only Clermont County high school varsity football teams to win last Friday night in yet another week of a barrage of high scoring extravaganzas. There was a superb goal line stand at the end of one game, though. Goshen (7-1) returned from Blanchester with an extremely important Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) non-division victory and the King of the Road trophy.

Williamsburg’s Ed Stewart achieves 500th career victory as varsity volleyball coach

Ed Stewart became the winningest head coach in Clermont County sports history last Thursday night (Oct. 11) when his Williamsburg Wildcat varsity volleyball team defeated Blanmchester’s Wildcats 25-21, 25-13, 25-13 on the winners’ court. The Southern Buckeye Conference National Division game was the 500th career victory for Stewart.

New Richmond boys win 10th consecutive SBC-A soccer title; Batavia unbeaten in SBC-N

New Richmond and Milford both recorded a trio of victories with no defeats in the most recent encounters of Clermont County’s high school varsity boys soccer teams. The Lions and Batavia have both clinched their respective division titles of the Southern Buckeye Conference.

Williamsburg’s Ed Stewart very near to winning his 500th career varsity volleyball victory

Come next week Clermont County should be reaching another of its athletic milestones. This one will belong to Ed Stewart and the Williamsburg High School volleyball program. Following a home victory over Lockland’s Panthers on Oct. 2, Stewart has now amassed a total of 497 varsity volleyball victories. His overall record is 497 victories and 168 losses (.747 winning percentage).

GE, Goshen, NR, Batavia, Amelia gain football wins

More than one-half of Clermont County’s high school varsity football teams emerged victorious last Friday night. Most of them were key conference confrontations. Glen Este (5-2) finally overcame a very spirited, determined Milford (2-5) squad at the Eagles’ homecoming 45-13.

Goshen, Williamsburg, New Richmond, Glen Este are pace setters in Clermont County volleyball wars

Goshen, Williamsburg, New Richmond, and Glen Este have lately been the major winners of the Clermont County high school girls varsity volleyball scene. Goshen is contesting hard and strong in a very close race with Western Brown for the title in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division (SBC-A).

Batavia, Milford, Amelia, and Bethel-Tate top talented Clermont County girls soccer teams

The girls soccer scene in Clermont County has been very good. The county’s high school varsity teams are experiencing many more victories than defeats with many of the losses coming from inter-county competition. In recent contests, six of the county’s prep distaff varsities have winning records.

Batavia wins SBC-National golf tourney crown; Bethel-Tate and Milford runners-up in leagues

Batavia successfully defended its Southern Buckeye Conference National (SBC-N) Division golf crown after four nine-hole rounds and one 18-hole round were completed to determine the 2007 team and individual champions. Eric Brown, a Batavia ninth grader, earned the medalist title. The final team totals were Batavia’s Bulldogs 976 strokes, Georgetown’s G-Men 1002, Blanchester’s Wildcats 1051, Felicity’s Cardinals 1144, and East Clinton’s Astros 1250.

Milford achieves FAVC girls golf championship

Milford’s varsity female golfers capped off the regular season with a championship in its first year as a member of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference (FAVC). member of the Buckeye Division of the FAVC, for the conference tournament all three divisions (Cardinal and Scarlet, too) combined into one group. A total of 10 of the 18 member schools of the FAVC took part.

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