Milford, New Richmond, and Batavia enjoy most successful seasons in boys soccer

Milford, New Richmond, and Batavia enjoyed the best success among Clermont County’s varsity boys soccer teams.

Milford (13-4-1 overall, 5-3-1 Greater Miami Conference) was ranked among the 10 best Division I teams in Ohio for much of the season. New Richmond was champion of the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division. Batavia was the champion of the Southern Buckeye Conference National Division.

“It was a good season,” said Brian Croston, head coach of the Red and White.

Statistically, senior striker Ryan Wuest scored 22 goals to pace the Eagles’ scoring. Senior midfielder Matt Telting netted 12 goals, junior midfielder Tim Brady five, sophomore striker Nathan Hudson four, and junior midfielder Matt Olson, junior midfielder Andy Bayerl, and senior midfielder scored three times each. Telting was the assist leader with 16, Wuest had 11, Brady five, and senior defender Payton Chitwood four. Wuest and Telting were rated one-two overall among the GMC’s offensive statistics (goals scored and assists).