Top Scholar-Athletes, Hall-of-Famers honored


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Many of the nominated 2019 Scholar-Athletes from the four Clinton County High Schools were part of the record crowd at Wednesday night’s event, in addition to families and friends of the Scholar-Athletes as well as the Hall-of-Famers.


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The Wilmington News Journal Clinton County Scholar-Athlete Award winners were announced Wednesday evening. The four winners were Brady Henry of Wilmington, Griffin Laake and Hailey Clayborn of Clinton-Massie, and Olivia Gundler of Blanchester.


Tom Barr | News Journal

Many of the nominated 2019 Scholar-Athletes from the four Clinton County High Schools were part of the record crowd at Wednesday night’s event, in addition to families and friends of the Scholar-Athletes as well as the Hall-of-Famers.


Tom Barr | News Journal

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WILMINGTON — The 2019 class of the Clinton County Sports Hall of Fame was inducted Wednesday evening before a big crowd at the Expo Center on the Clinton County Fairgrounds.

Thirty-two high school students — nominated by their schools for the annual Wilmington News Journal Scholar-Athlete of the Year award — were also honored at the event, emceed by News Journal Sports Editor Mark Huber.

The Hall-of-Famers inducted were Dan McSurley, Lawrence Boles, Angie Whiting Bahr, Alan Ledford, Larry Miller and John Patton.

The nominated high school Scholar-Athletes were:

• Blanchester — Ricky Davis, Olivia Gundler, Emily Hinkle, Regan Ostermeier, Elecia Patton, Sally Schafer, Clayton Schirmer, and Savanna Shank

• Clinton-Massie — Ty Beam, Jennifer Callewaert, Hailey Clayborn, Logan Fisher, Tyler Greathouse, AJ Houseman, Emily Ireland, Griffin Laake, Corey May, and Spencer Voss;

• East Clinton — Mackenzie Campbell, Kaitlin Durbin, Alex Hughes, Zachary Mitchell, Austin Rolfe, Brittney Wheeler, and Taylor Boeckmann

• Wilmington — Rachael Billups, Madi Flint, Tiara Harris, Brady Henry, Mason McIntosh, Emma Schroeder, Jordan Snarr, and Cayleigh Vance.

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Many of the nominated 2019 Scholar-Athletes from the four Clinton County High Schools were part of the record crowd at Wednesday night’s event, in addition to families and friends of the Scholar-Athletes as well as the Hall-of-Famers.
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The Wilmington News Journal Clinton County Scholar-Athlete Award winners were announced Wednesday evening. The four winners were Brady Henry of Wilmington, Griffin Laake and Hailey Clayborn of Clinton-Massie, and Olivia Gundler of Blanchester.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/06/web1_DSC_0602-1.jpgThe Wilmington News Journal Clinton County Scholar-Athlete Award winners were announced Wednesday evening. The four winners were Brady Henry of Wilmington, Griffin Laake and Hailey Clayborn of Clinton-Massie, and Olivia Gundler of Blanchester. Tom Barr | News Journal

Many of the nominated 2019 Scholar-Athletes from the four Clinton County High Schools were part of the record crowd at Wednesday night’s event, in addition to families and friends of the Scholar-Athletes as well as the Hall-of-Famers.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/06/web1_DSC_0567-1.jpgMany of the nominated 2019 Scholar-Athletes from the four Clinton County High Schools were part of the record crowd at Wednesday night’s event, in addition to families and friends of the Scholar-Athletes as well as the Hall-of-Famers. Tom Barr | News Journal

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For more coverage of the event, see Sports inside, and wnewsj.com.