CM, BHS, WHS win openers


The 2020 high school football season opened Friday night. In one of the top games in the state this week, Clinton-Massie hosted Kettering Alter and led 28-6 then had to rally for a 42-32 victory. Wilmington opened with a win over East Clinton, 21-0. Blanchester and Goshen went toe to toe for the King of the Road trophy and the return of Brayden Sipple was the difference as the Wildcats prevailed 41-27. For more on these games, visit the News Journal website at www.wnewsj.com. In results from other SBAAC games, Batavia defeated Williamsburg 22-9, Western Brown overwhelmed Hillsboro 62-6, New Richmond topped Bethel-Tate 27-18, Clermont Northeastern blanked Summit Country Day 32-0. No score was available at presstime on the Fayetteville game with Manchester. In the photo, Wilmington’s Jeff Valentine (39) and Bradley Sturgill (56) bring down East Clinton’s Jared Smith during Friday night’s game.

The 2020 high school football season opened Friday night. In one of the top games in the state this week, Clinton-Massie hosted Kettering Alter and led 28-6 then had to rally for a 42-32 victory. Wilmington opened with a win over East Clinton, 21-0. Blanchester and Goshen went toe to toe for the King of the Road trophy and the return of Brayden Sipple was the difference as the Wildcats prevailed 41-27. For more on these games, visit the News Journal website at www.wnewsj.com. In results from other SBAAC games, Batavia defeated Williamsburg 22-9, Western Brown overwhelmed Hillsboro 62-6, New Richmond topped Bethel-Tate 27-18, Clermont Northeastern blanked Summit Country Day 32-0. No score was available at presstime on the Fayetteville game with Manchester. In the photo, Wilmington’s Jeff Valentine (39) and Bradley Sturgill (56) bring down East Clinton’s Jared Smith during Friday night’s game.


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The 2020 high school football season opened Friday night. In one of the top games in the state this week, Clinton-Massie hosted Kettering Alter and led 28-6 then had to rally for a 42-32 victory. Wilmington opened with a win over East Clinton, 21-0. Blanchester and Goshen went toe to toe for the King of the Road trophy and the return of Brayden Sipple was the difference as the Wildcats prevailed 41-27. For more on these games, visit the News Journal website at www.wnewsj.com. In results from other SBAAC games, Batavia defeated Williamsburg 22-9, Western Brown overwhelmed Hillsboro 62-6, New Richmond topped Bethel-Tate 27-18, Clermont Northeastern blanked Summit Country Day 32-0 and Fayetteville defeated Manchester 55-6. In the photo, Wilmington’s Jeff Valentine (39) and Bradley Sturgill (56) bring down East Clinton’s Jared Smith during Friday night’s game.

The 2020 high school football season opened Friday night. In one of the top games in the state this week, Clinton-Massie hosted Kettering Alter and led 28-6 then had to rally for a 42-32 victory. Wilmington opened with a win over East Clinton, 21-0. Blanchester and Goshen went toe to toe for the King of the Road trophy and the return of Brayden Sipple was the difference as the Wildcats prevailed 41-27. For more on these games, visit the News Journal website at www.wnewsj.com. In results from other SBAAC games, Batavia defeated Williamsburg 22-9, Western Brown overwhelmed Hillsboro 62-6, New Richmond topped Bethel-Tate 27-18, Clermont Northeastern blanked Summit Country Day 32-0. No score was available at presstime on the Fayetteville game with Manchester. In the photo, Wilmington’s Jeff Valentine (39) and Bradley Sturgill (56) bring down East Clinton’s Jared Smith during Friday night’s game.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/08/web1_FB1_ValentineSturgill_me-3.jpgThe 2020 high school football season opened Friday night. In one of the top games in the state this week, Clinton-Massie hosted Kettering Alter and led 28-6 then had to rally for a 42-32 victory. Wilmington opened with a win over East Clinton, 21-0. Blanchester and Goshen went toe to toe for the King of the Road trophy and the return of Brayden Sipple was the difference as the Wildcats prevailed 41-27. For more on these games, visit the News Journal website at www.wnewsj.com. In results from other SBAAC games, Batavia defeated Williamsburg 22-9, Western Brown overwhelmed Hillsboro 62-6, New Richmond topped Bethel-Tate 27-18, Clermont Northeastern blanked Summit Country Day 32-0. No score was available at presstime on the Fayetteville game with Manchester. In the photo, Wilmington’s Jeff Valentine (39) and Bradley Sturgill (56) bring down East Clinton’s Jared Smith during Friday night’s game. Mark Huber | News Journal