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Goshen, Batavia, Bethel-Tate, and Milford girls soccer teams are defeating their adversaries

Goshen, Batavia, Bethel-Tate, and Milford have been the most successful of Clermont County’s high school varsity girls soccer teams of late. The Warriors edged out Bethel-Tate 4-3 in a key road game in the Southern Buckeye Conference American (SBC-A) Division.

Batavia shooting best in SBC-National golf tourney

Batavia holds the lead after two of the five rounds have been played in the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division golf tournament. In the following statistics the first number in parenthesis is the team or individual score that was achieved during the first nine-hole round that took place on the par 35 front nine at Snow Hill Country Club in Wilmington.

Scoring abounds in Goshen, Milford, NR, Burg wins

A lot of points were scored in Friday’s varsity football games, but unfortunately only four Clermont County squads were victorious. Goshen (3-1) won a very important Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) American Division game over defending champion Western Brown 27-21. The visiting Warriors were up 7-0 after one period, down 13-7 after two, and tied at 21 after three.

New Richmond is county’s only unbeaten girls tennis team; B-T, GE, Amelia, Milford winning also

New Richmond is the lone unbeaten varsity girls tennis team in a county full of distaff tennis talent. Bethel-Tate, Glen Este, Amelia, and Milford have also been racking up victories. New Richmond (4-0) blanked Felicity (0-1) 5-0. The Lion victors were Kaitlyn Reid 6-0, 6-0, Katie Bird 6-0, 6-0, Sarah Haun 6-0, 6-0, Tasha Liegel and Tiffany Sturgill 6-0, 6-0, and Colleen Grimes and Melissa Ohntrup 6-0, 6-1.

GE, Goshen roll on; Batavia, Milford win first

Glen Este proved its worth once again, Goshen is getting its engines (er, Warriors) revved up for the season, Milford’s Patrick Fagan won his first game as the head coach of the Eagles, and Batavia joined the winners’ ranks to highlight county varsity football action.

Glen Este, Milford in front in county cross country

The Loveland Invitational began, for some teams, the boys and girls high school varsity cross country season. Four Clermont County schools competed in this annual event that took place at Grailville, in Loveland.

Milford, defending state champion boys water polo squad, begins season with victory in Michigan

The Milford varsity water polo teams have dove in for another season of aqua action. Milford’s varsity boys water polo team, the defending state champions, and despite losing many very talented performers from last year’s senior class, began the 2007 campaign with a victory in the Huron Invitational Tournament that took place in Huron, Mich.

Bulldogs, Trojans, Lions, Tigers are Clermont’s biggest early winners in boys soccer competition

The Batavia Bulldogs is Clermont County’s last remaining undefeated high school varsity boys soccer squad. Glen Este’s Trojans, New Richmond’s Lions, and Bethel-Tate’s Tigers have also experienced numerous victories.

Amelia achieves the first victory among Clermont County’s varsity prep distaff soccer squads

Amelia is the only Clermont County high school varsity girls soccer squad to earn a victory in the opening contests of the season. Christy Claus netted both of the victors’ goals as the Barons edged the arch-rival Trojans in the annual West Clermont Local School District confrontation. Tori Velten accounted for the Purple and White’s goal. The game took place at Clyde B. “Brad” Braughton Memorial Stadium at Amelia High School.

E-Gals and Trojan women competing on the links

Milford’s E-Gals and Glen Este’s Trojans are Clermont County’s only representatives in high school girls varsity golf competition. Milford skimmed Indian Hill’s Braves 204-205 in the season inaugural. The E-Gals’ Kelsee Muldoon turned in the second best nine-hole round of the day with her two-over par 48 at the Carmargo Country Club.

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