Milford, Glen Este, and Amelia’s girls shine on the county’s fast pitch softball diamonds

Glen Este, Milford, and Amelia have been enjoying the most success, recently, among Clermont County’s high school varsity fast pitch softball teams.


The Eagles destroyed Winton Woods’ Warriors 25-0 in a five-inning no-hitter hurled by Julie Parr. In this Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division massacre, Milford’s offensive leaders were Sammie Simmons with three hits, Shannon Boys with four runs batted in (RBI), and April Myers with three RBI.

The Red and White slipped by Batavia 2-1 as both pitchers, Parr, the winner, and Emily Sellers, the loser, gave up just five hits. Sarah Alley had two of the victors’ base raps in this inner-county, non-conference showdown.

Seton’s Saints setback Milford 4-3 in another non-conference tilt. Despite striking out eight of her adversaries, Emily Poynter was handed the loss on the mound. Jennifer Salyer had three hits and Chelsea Gilman had two more for the E-Gals.