Ike Clepper recently completed what can be described as a perplexing season of professional arena football. The year began with the Batavia graduate playing for the Cincinnati Marshals and concluded with another league and another professional arena team, the Lexington Horsemen.
Nick Ayers remains hopeful of continuing his stellar football career. The former Cincinnati Bengal free agent and a collegiate all-American at Georgetown (Ky.) College may soon be heading to Chicago for an opportunity to play professional football.
Seven of Clermont County
Batavia and Clermont Northeastern are the only Clermont County high school varsity volleyball teams to remain unbeaten in the early going.
Bethel-Tate, Glen Este, and New Richmond remain unbeaten among Clermont County high school varsity football teams.
Mark Trout is the new athletic director at Milford High School. He replaces Hank Ohnmeis who resigned recently.
Ron Ogden is the new athletic director at Williamsburg High School replacing Jim Dyer.
The University of Cincinnati still has a head basketball coach. John Hurley remains at the University of Cincinnati Clermont.
There are many demanding sports. Sports that require a tremendous amount of training, motivation, determination, and dedication.
It was about a break-even season-opening week for Clermont County