Sports Archive

Tennis talent comes up short in Mason

By Chris Chaney Sun staff A host of local boys tennis players knocked on the door of the district tournament last week across the various sectional tournament sites only to come up short of their goal. Competing in Mason — either at the Comets middle school tennis complex or at the Lindner Family Tennis Center [ Read More ]

UC Clermont hardball teams come up short at Small College World Series

By Chris Chaney Sun staff A bumpy season for the UC Clermont baseball and softball teams came to an unceremonious finish at the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Small College World Series last week. Both teams were relegated the consolation bracket in the early going of the tournament and could never get any momentum built [ Read More ]

Track talent on display at league meets

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Less than a week before local track and field athletes’ seasons would be on the line at the district tournament, both the Southern Buckeye Conference and Eastern Cincinnati Conference held their annual league meets to determine conference supremacy. In the SBC, eight Clermont County teams congregated at Williamsburg High School’s [ Read More ]

Five win sectional titles

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The Clermont County Board of Commissioners could issue a proclamation changing the county’s name to “Title Town” after the recent run of success that area high school softball teams have enjoyed. Just over a week into the spring postseason, six Clermont County high schools found themselves playing for a sectional [ Read More ]

Williamsburg reaches sectional final

By Chris Chaney Sun staff The second season hasn’t been kind to Clermont County baseball teams as upsets abounded in the early-going of the sectional tournament. Now, as the statewide field narrows, the Williamsburg Wildcats in Division III will be the only area team with the opportunity to march upstate. The only local team to [ Read More ]

Milford hosting Eastern Cincinnati Football Combine

By Chris Chaney Sun staff Rising junior and senior football players will have the opportunity to be put through the rigors of a full combine workout on Saturday, May 16 as Milford head varsity football coach Shane Elkin, along with Glen Este head varsity football coach Nick Ayers put on the Eastern Cincinnati High School [ Read More ]

Eight New Richmond student-athletes announce college plans at ceremony

The student-athletes who signed are, seated from left, Cody Kirschner, Thomas More for tennis; Tucker Schweickert, Thomas More for football; Isiah Young, UC Clermont for basketball. Standing from left) Patrick Richardson, Mt. St. Joseph for football; TJ Burbage, Wilmington College for track; Austin Fischer, Illinois Tech for baseball; Steven Wolfe, UC Clermont for baseball; Dalton [ Read More ]

Former coach creates pipeline to MSJ

By Chris Chaney Sun staff A football recruitment pipeline has been forged between Clermont County and the Mount Saint Joseph University thanks to former Batavia head coach Caleb Corrill joining the Lions’ coaching staff this offseason. “Coach (Rod) Huber presented me with an opportunity to come to MSJ and coach QB’s, as well as give [ Read More ]

Warriors win first league title in 35 years

By Chris Chaney Sun staff For the first time since 1979-80, an update to the baseball conference championship banner that hangs in the Goshen High School gymnasium is needed. The Warriors, winners of 15 of their last 16 games of the season, went 9-1 in the Southern Buckeye Conference – American Division to edge runners-up [ Read More ]

Williamsburg hardball takes home SBC double

By Chris Chaney Sun staff For the first time in school history, both the Williamsburg baseball and softball teams are conference champions. The softball team last won a league title in 2001, their final in a three-year run of Southern Buckeye Conference championships, while the baseball team’s last league championship came in 1997. “Obviously, it’s [ Read More ]

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