County has four top SBAAC all-stars


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In the photo, clockwise from top, Blanchester’s Jacob Miller, Clinton-Massie’s Brian Camp and Wilmington’s Avery Bradshaw.

In the photo, clockwise from top, Blanchester’s Jacob Miller, Clinton-Massie’s Brian Camp and Wilmington’s Avery Bradshaw.


Tennis

Wilmington’s Avery Bradshaw and Steve Reed, along with Blanchester’s Jacob Miller, received top post-season honors from theSBAAC.

Bradshaw was the American Division player of the year while Reed was the coach of the year.

Miller earned National Division player of the year honors.

In the American Division, won by Wilmington, Jonathan Fender, Brady Henry, Caleb Reed, Brayden Rhoads, Jack Romer and JacobRomer were all first-team picks. Clayton Amburgy of Clinton-Massie also was a first-teamer.

In the National Division, Miller was joined by Brian Miller on the first team.

Second teamers were Austin Faucett of Clinton-Massie, Ian Heeg, Cody McCollister and Colton Wilson of Blanchester and JakeHoward of East Clinton.

Baseball

Clinton-Massie’s Brian Camp earned SBAAC American Division baseball coach of the year honors this spring.

Camp led the Falcons to an American Division championship, holding off Goshen and New Richmond by one game.

Clinton-Massie players on the first team are Luke Chappie, Seth Goodall, Bryan Kennedy, Dom Kerns and Tyler Lewis.

Wilmington’s Jake Vaughan also was a first team American Division selection.

National Division first teamers from Blanchester are Cole Ficke, Dustin Howard and Brody Rice. East Clinton first team selectionwas Zach Mitchell.

American Division second teamers were Dakota Gasaway and Clint Stotts from Clinton-Massie and Jordan Tackett fromWilmington.

National Division second team picks were Matthew Mitchell from East Clinton and Reagan Burch and Adam Frump fromBlanchester.

Honorable mention was given to East Clinton’s Tristan Burkitt, Blanchester’s Trenton Czaika, Wilmingotn’s Alex Meyer andClinton-Massie’s Corey May.

Softball

Wilmington and Clinton-Massie each had four first-team selections in SBAAC American Division softball post-season honors.

Olivia Veidt, Emily Self, Jena Rhoads and Harlie Bickett from Wilmington, and Victoria Sivert, Taylor Florea, Hailey Clayborn andLindsey Carter from Clinton-Massie were top picks.

In the National Division, Taylor Boeckmann of East Clinton and Kassidy Abney of Blanchester were first-teamers.

Second team American Division choices were Madi Flint and Sophie Blessing of Wilmington and Natalie Lay and Kendall Andersonfrom Clinton-Massie.

Blanchester’s Madison Creager and East Clinton’s Katie Durbin were National Division second teamers.

Honorable mention was given to Blanchester’s Rianna Mueller, East Clinton’s Mackenzie Campbell and Wilmington’s KendraMcKenna.

In the photo, clockwise from top, Blanchester’s Jacob Miller, Clinton-Massie’s Brian Camp and Wilmington’s Avery Bradshaw.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_SBAACStars2.jpgIn the photo, clockwise from top, Blanchester’s Jacob Miller, Clinton-Massie’s Brian Camp and Wilmington’s Avery Bradshaw.

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