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In the 5th modern era college football playoff 4 teams were selected to face off. The fourth ranked team was Alabama, this selection had controversy as soon as the public discovered it. Many believed that Ohio State had earned the fourth ranking from the tough schedule they had throughout this season. But with Alabama’s dynasty of winning many of the championship games, they won the vote and were heading to the National Championship Playoffs.
The third ranked team was the Georgia Bulldogs. The Bulldogs had to become the SEC champion this year to get into the playoffs due to a loss against Auburn. Once Georgia played Auburn once again in the SEC championship game, they were not to be out done again. The Bulldogs were unleashed in this game winning 28-7 advancing them to the National Championship Playoffs. Continue reading 2018 College Football Playoffs→
The weather may be cooling off, but Wolves winter sports are sure heating up. Competitions between all sports are starting off strong in hopes for a great first season as a West Clermont Wolf. Many new school records are
Friday the 13th turned out to be a lucky night for the West Clermont Wolves, as they defeated the Loveland Tigers to extend their win loss record to 5-3! The varsity won 16-8 in a close game against the 1-7 Tigers.
“Winning is always a great reward for the long weeks of the season,” said Head Coach Nick Ayers. “We were disappointed in a few things.”
The Wolves were winning 7-0 through the third quarter after a Chayce Gambrell touchdown. “I thought the game was between two very similar teams,” said Ayers. “Both run a version of the Wing T and run similar defenses.”
The kicker for the Wolves made a season long 37 yard field goal in the 4th quarter to make the score 10-0. “I was very happy for Cameron Null, who made the kick,” added Coach Ayers. “We knew he was right around his range. He hit from 35 (yards) a few times in practice this week.”
Loveland then responded with a touchdown and a 2-point conversion that made the score 10-8. The home crowd booed loudly after the officials gave the Tigers a touchdown call though most in the stands thought their player dropped the ball.
Junior Ryan Cann caught a 49 yard pass to help the Wolves take a 16-8 lead. West Clermont ended up with 332 total yards, and the defense held Loveland to only 182 yards. According to the MaxPreps website, the attendance for the game was more than 5,000!
The Wolves next football game is coming up on October 20th. This is their final home game and senior night. “We are very happy for the kids and seniors to get the win before their senior week,” Ayers said. “The hard work has definitely paid off in close games.”
The Wolves Football came with a great comeback during the 4th quarter, scoring a touchdown making it a tie game at 3:12 on the clock. It was a great effort put in by the Wolves! Everyone was very proud of the Wolfpack. Ryan Cann, Austin Price, Tyler Steinker and Jacob Kilgore each had touchdowns. The wolves scored 0 points the first quarter while the Redskins scored 14 points.
The second quarter the Wolves scored 6 points, the Redskins scored 13. The third quarter the Wolves made a comeback bringing in 28 points with a total score of 34. The Redskins scored 15 bringing their final score to 42. No points were scored in the fourth quarter by either teams. The final score of the game was 34-42 for a tough but hard work loss by the Wolves. Finally, football player Ryan Cann is up for deciding the athlete of the week with 254 yards and 2 touchdowns total!
On September 29th approximately 4,500 students, staff, and parents gathered to watch the very first homecoming game of West Clermont High School. There was no hiding the football teams 4th win of the season with an ending score of 37-7. There was nothing but smiles, happiness, and a genuine sense of achievement from players, fans, and coaches.
West Clermont’s marching band and color guard performing the National Anthem.
The lady wolves volleyball team took on Milford High School yesterday for their first annual volley for the cure game. The game was very intense and super close. But in the end the girls came out with a win, winning 3 out of 4 games. Allie Brown a senior on the team states: “There was a lot of hype for the game since last time we played them we lost, so we were coming back with a vengeance for sure and since it was volley for the cure and we had so many fans come, it made it super special and REALLY FUN! Paint crew was awesome too!” All the proceeds to this game went to finding a cure for breast cancer. Their next game is next Tuesday at Kings High School. Click “continue reading” for some awesome pics of what went down last night!!
It is tradition for championship teams of all sports to attend The White house after their wins. The Golden State Warriors have elected to not accept President Donald Trump’s Invitation, after winning four to one in their seven game series against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2017 NBA Finals. Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant are among
the most notable of players from the team to be in favor of not attending. The NBA Finals MVP, Kevin Durant expressed his rationale for his unwillingness to attend, in an interview with ESPN “I don’t respect who’s in office right now, so my voice will be heard by not doing that.”. The White House, under the Trump Administration, has already welcomed other teams such as The Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots, as well as The World Series Champion Chicago Cubs in order to honor their titles.
The West Clermont girls tennis team has been preparing for their season since early June when they went through tryouts called open courts. Their actual season did not start until August. The tennis teams include varsity and junior varsity players. There are 12 girls who make up both teams. That is seven on varsity and six on jv. This season, the team won a match against Western Brown 4-1, but it was the only win of the season so far. The tennis season for girls is almost over, but who says they can’t win their last game? Come support and cheer them on against Bethel on the 27th of September here at West Clermont High School!
Meet the team
These girls may not be winning every game, but they sure do have a very positive attitude about their team and supporting each other. “Even though we don’t always win, we still have a lot of fun,” said Deborah Ipinmoroti. Taylor Hogshead said that despite their record, they get a pretty good crowd at their matches. Molly Stockton said, “I enjoy the competition of the matches.” It also seems like the girls don’t just get along during playing time, they also are good friends and talk all the time. “The connection with everyone is like we are one big family,” said Hailey Thalheimer.
Last Thursday the Wolves ladies tennis team took a 0-5 loss to Walnut Hills.
Molly Stockton, first singles, lost 2-6 on the first set and put up a fight but ended up losing with 5-7. Stockton came from Amelia and played first singles last year as well. She is a senior this year and has been playing all four years of high school.