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.
With a month remaining until the serious part of varsity wrestling season gets underway (league, sectional, district, and state tournaments), most of Clermont County
Amelia and Mason are tied for first place in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye (FAVC-B) Division with 6-1 records, Goshen is advancing in the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division, and Milford, Clermont Northeastern, and New Richmond went unbeaten in a week full of Clermont County varsity boys basketball competition.
Glen Este, CNE still in thick of league distaff races; Felicity and Goshen are also adding on victories
Glen Este immediately returned to its winning ways after its only setback and Clermont Northeastern continues to blast through the Southern Buckeye Conference in Clermont County varsity girls basketball.
Bob Goodridge has been selected as a member of the 2005 class of the Buddy LaRosa
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