Sports Archive

Talbott, GE football record holder, signs with Ohio Dominican

Donnie Talbott, Glen Este High School football star, will be attending Ohio Dominican College, Columbus, to continue his education and to play football. He recently signed a collegiate-letter-of intent to study and play there. He is as yet undecided about a major course of study.

Warriors win both divisions of their annual invitational

Goshen won both divisions of its own Sixth Annual Track and Field Invitational. The Most Valuable Male Performer of the invitational was New Richmond senior Tyler Hughes. The Most Valuable Female Performer was the Warriors’ Staci Hicks, a junior. Kelsey Gaffney of Goshen was chosen as the invitational’s Most Courageous Performer.

Annual East-West All-Star Football Game named in honor of coach Ron Woyan

The Annual Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association’s East-West High School All-Star football game will be played at 7:30 p.m June 7, at Colerain High School.

Williamsburg girl wins state 200-meters race; all Clermonters score in Ohio finale

The 2007 Ohio state track and field championships brought a first to Clermont County sports history. All six of the representatives of the county’s schools, placed and scored team points. The event took place at the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium on the campus of Ohio State University, in Columbus, on a very hot and somewhat humid weekend.

Danny Loch, CNE gridiron great, inks with NCAA champ, Mt. Union

Danny Loch, Clermont Northeastern five-sport star, has signed a collegiate letter-of-intent to attend Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio. The well-rounded star lettered in four sports – football (three years), wrestling (two), track and field (three) and baseball (one). He also played reserve basketball.

Josh Greer, Goshen cage star, will study and play at MU-Middletown

Josh Greer, three-sport Goshen star, has signed a letter-of-intent to continue his education and basketball career at Miami University-Middletown. Greer earned eight varsity letters at Goshen – football (three), basketball (two), tennis (two), and track and field (one). The Southwest District basketball all-star led Clermont County in scoring his senior year and was named the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division Player of the Year.

Adam Chambers, Glen Este track All-American, signs with UC Bearcats

Adam Chambers, Glen Este All-American, will be bringing his tremendous skills in the track and field weight events to the University of Cincinnati after having signed his collegiate letter-of-intent. Chambers qualified for the state championship meet all four years of high school and placed among the top eight in the state the last three years.

CNE, NR, Felicity, and GE softball finish strong

Clermont Northeastern, New Richmond, Felicity, and Glen Este varsity softball teams closed out their regular-season strong. Amelia, Batavia, and Milford also recorded a win in the final contests.

Milford baseball is Division I district finalist; Batavia fnishes strong, is SBC-N champion

Milford’s baseball team reached further than any other Clermont County team in tournament action. The Eagles were a Division I district finalist. Batavia enjoyed the best finish of the regular-season of county high school varsity baseball. Bethel-Tate, New Richmond, Amelia, Glen Este, and Milford also concluded with some victories.

Batavia nets Southern Buckeye National crown

New Richmond closed out the regular schedule of the varsity tennis season with the strongest performance for Clermont County’s high school teams. Batavia, Amelia, and Milford, also enjoyed respectable conclusions.

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