Clermont County dominated regular-season invitationals

Clermont County track and field teams fared well this season across our eastern and western borders in events that demand late, but necessary recognition, especially including the Western Brown and Anderson Invitationals.

Western Brown Invite


Clermont County teams dominated the boys division with Goshen (Gos) leading the way by earning 124 points, Amelia (Ame) had 109, Glen Este (GE) 104, Western Brown 63, North Adams 45, Eastern 28, East Clinton 26, Felicity (Fel) 12, Ripley 11, and Georgetown 3.

The Barons’ Garrett Hart won three events, teammate Adam Sprague won two, the Trojans’ Adam Chambers won two events as did two of the GE relay teams, teammates Keiran Rogers and Chris Gorman each won an event, and Goshen’s Greg Brusman and William Tedrick and a Warriors’ relay team won an event each.

Following are the Clermont County placers in each event.

Diccus: Chambers, GE, first, 153-feet, 3-inches, Ryan Danehy, Ame, third, and Kevin Briggs, GE, fourth. Shot put: Chambers, GE, first, 59-0, Danehy, Ame, second, Briggs, GE, third, and Ben Dulle, Gos, fourth.

Pole vault: Brusman, Gos, first, 12-6, Brian Faw, Gos, second, Miles Walker, Gos, fourth, and Demetri Litwin, Ame, fifth. High jump: Tedrick, Gos, first, 6-6, Andrew Smith, Fel, third tie, and Hart, Ame, third tie. Long jump: Hart, Ame, first, 20-11, Kyle Toles, Gos, second, Smith, Fel, third, and Mike Latchford, Gos, sixth.