Sports Archive

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.

Lions, Trojans, Warriors triumph; CNE wins first

Clermont Northeastern earned its first victory of the Clermont County high school varsity football season. Glen Este, Goshen, and New Richmond added one more victory to their growing totals. Clermont Northeastern (1-5) joined the winners’ circle by beating Bethel-Tate (0-6) 21-6 in Owensville. After a scoreless first period of the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division game, the Rockets led 6-0 at the half, but the Tigers tied the score at 6 going into the final stanza. Dave Dieterle passed 25 yards to Josh Dales to begin the scoring for CNE, Dieterle ran a yard for a TD of his own and Cody Green ran 10 yards for the final six-pointer.

New Richmond volleyball enjoying best start in school history; Williamsburg continues to win

Williamsburg’s varsity girls volleyball team continues to increase its number of victories. Goshen and Milford, too, have been triumphant more often than not in recent action in Clermont County. New Richmond is experiencing its best start since the sport began being recognized as a girls varsity sport beginning with the 1974-75 school. It had been a boys varsity sport up through the 1970-71 school year.

Lions and Tigers fighting for SBC tennis crown

Bethel-Tate and New Richmond have been the most recently successful girls varsity tennis contingents in Clermont County. Amelia, Goshen, and Milford have been winning a good share of recent confrontations, too.

Batavia and New Richmond, as usual, kicking around their SBC boys soccer competition

Batavia and New Richmond sport the best records of their respective division of the Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) varsity boys soccer races. The Bulldogs blanked Felicity 8-0 in SBC National Division action on the Cardinals’ turf. Scoring for the Green and White were Matt Walker twice, and Will Walker, Joshua Steinmetz, Chase Miller, Larry Smith, Nolan O’Brien, and Jacob Nelson, once apiece.

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