Amelia, New Richmond, Bethel-Tate, and Felicity all battled their way to victory in the opening round of their repsective sectional tournaments.
Six former Clermont County high school stars are running toward the opportunity to renew their stellar football careers. The Clermont countians are practicing with the Southern Ohio Patriots, a semi-pro team that has staked out Anderson High School for home games.
New Richmond emerged victorious in the Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) varsity boys tennis race following a hard-earned, exciting finish against second place Clermont Northeastern. New Richmond and Northeastern closed out their respective Southern Buckeye Conference campaigns by splitting. CNE won the first showdown 4-1.
Felicity fast pitch wins invitational tournament; CNE rocks on in competitive Southern Buckeye chase
Kristen Votapek, a 2002 graduate of Amelia High School, will be continuing her outstanding soccer career by playing semi-professional soccer for the Hampton Roads (Va.) Piranhas, a member of the Women
Batavia, of late, has been the most solid squad among Clermont County
Williamsburg is emerging as a power to be among Division III high schools in track and field. The definitive evidence of this was the Wildcats
Amber Gregory recently signed a collegiate letter-of-intent to further her education and play fastpitch softball at Northern Kentucky University.
The Clermont County varsity rowing team will be in the forefront of the kickoff activities for the creation of the Matt Maupin Pavilion that will be located on the Tate Beach at East Fork State Park. The kickoff will take place on May 7, beginning at 2 p.m. Actual construction of the pavilion will not begin until after Aug. 1.
Milford and Amelia