Milford’s girls were runners-up in their respective division at the annual Milford Track and Field Invitational. The best finish for a Clermont County boys team was Amelia.
Ken Stewart of Batavia was the head official. He served as a track official in two Olympics (Atlanta-1988 and Seoul, Korea-1992) and is a member of the Clermont County and Amelia High Sports Halls of Fame. As head coach at Amelia he led the Barons to numerous titles in cross county, track and tennis and was the assistant coach of the first Amelia varsity wrestling team (1966) and was the coordinator of the Blue and White’s defense when it was the best in county football. He was one of the advisors for the Amelia class of 1968.
Loveland (Lov) was the girls champ with 103.5 points, Milford (Mil) had 82, Notre Dame (Ky.) (ND) 76.5, Wilmington (Wil) 75.5, Middletown (Mid) 61.5, McNicholas (McN) 60, Princeton (Pri) 41.5, Anderson (And) 40.5, Turpin (Tur) 39.5, Lloyd (Ky.) Memorial (LM) 36, Cincinnati Hills Christian (CH) 20, Amelia (Ame) 16.5, Glen Este (GE) 16, Western Hills (WH) 12, Madison (Mad) 12, Norwood (Nor) 5, and Mount Notre Dame (MND) 2.