Sports Archive

Rockets draw closer to conference champ title

Clermont Northeastern’s victory over Western Brown earned the Rockets at least a share of the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division championship. Milford’s loss to Winton Woods was a serious setback in the Eagles’ efforts to win the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division crown.

Goshen ladies competitive despite injuries

Goshen, Bethel-Tate, Glen Este, and New Richmond’s girls varsity basketball teams have enjoyed the most recent success on the Clermont County hardwood. Goshen’s varsity girls basketball team has been experiencing a season full of injuries, yet the Warriors have remained competitive. “The season is definitely not going the way we thought it would. We began the season with some of our starters on crutches,” said Jim Bowling, head coach of the Red and Gray.

Clermont teams earn seeded berths

Milford (Division I) and Clermont Northeastern (Division II) earned seeded berths in the sectional tournament. Most of the varsity boys basketball teams in Clermont County know who they will face in their respective opening contests of the various divisions of the sectional. Two of the county’s squads (Clermont Northeastern and Glen Este) will have to wait to see who they will face in their first games.

Bethel-Tate squeaks past Goshen 49-47

Bethel’s junior varsity had its hands full with the feisty Goshen Warriors, but won in OT 38-37. After that pre-game thriller the loud crowd in Bethel knew they were in for a fight in the varsity rematch, the first game won convincingly by Bethel in Goshen. After shaking off some jitters and bad ball handling by both teams, the game picture became clear.

Varsity bowling moves into tournament play

It’s post-season tournament time for Clermont County’s high school varsity boys and girls bowling teams. For some of the county’s squads the year has not been as good as were the pre-season expectations. Glen Este’s girls won the championship of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Tournament.

Glen Este, Batavia girls seeded for sectional play

Clermont County’s high school varsity girls basketball teams have drawn for their respective opening round game of the sectional tournament. Batavia and Glen Este’s stellar performances for the campaign were recognized by earning tournament seeds.

Batavia wrestlers expecting to finish season strong

The Batavia Wrestling Team is looking forward to a very strong finish to this year’s wrestling season. After defeating Withrow and Cincinnati Christian in their latest tri-match and placing fourth out of ten teams in the Valleyview Tournament, the team is looking forward to their next big competitions.

After slow start, Milford stream-rolls Glen Este 59-37

The Milford Eagles (13-2) brought a big crowd with them to watch a rematch at local rival Glen Este Friday, Jan. 25. The Glen Este Trojans hoped to avenge the 51-38 loss to the Eagles in Milford Dec 14. The Eagles got off to a fast start led by Robbie Kohler, 5’9″ Sophomore Guard who pumped in a couple of 3-pointers in the first minutes.

Clermont Northeastern posting good numbers in pennant race

Clermont Northeastern is leading the American Division of the Southern Buckeye Conference varsity boys basketball race. “They’ve been playing very good lately now that we have everybody back from the injury list,” said Jerry Doerger, head coach of the Rockets.

Batavia girls still shooting for top honors in SBC

Batavia has been battling from the get-go for the championship crown in the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division. The Bulldogs are currently in second place; Georgetown is in first place. “We’re playing up to our expectations. We’re playing up to what we’re capable of,” said Aaron Brose, head coach of the Green and White. “The team has been playing hard. They are all hustle all of the time.”

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