Saturday, October 2, 2010

Lions defeat Blanchester 51-13

New Richmond's rushing attack of junior quarterback Derek Dillow and senior fullback Nick Williams riddled Blanchester's defense for a total of 231 yards in 17 carries and six touchdowns as the Lions defeated Blanchester 51-13.

Dillow ran nine times for 107 yards and three touchdowns including a 71-ayrd TD, while Williams had eight carries for 124 yards and three touchdowns, including a 64-yard run.

Nick Hill added 56 yards in 12 carries for the Lions and returned three punts for 110 yards and a kickoff for 16 yards for 182 all-purpose yards.

Defensively, sophomore Alex Horn recorded seven solo and one assisted tackes, including three for losses. Jay Glueck had five solo and four assists, Nick Williams
recorded six solos and one assist and had four tackles for losses. Danny Scholz added three solo and three assited tackles for the Lions.

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total
New Richmond 9 14 21 7 51
Blanchester 0 7 0 6 13
Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H
1st 05:44 NR - Williams 16 yd run (Ritter kick), 7-58 3:13 7 - 0
05:29 NR - TM safety 9 - 0
2nd 10:12 NR - Dillow 2 yd run (Ritter kick), 7-33 2:40 16 - 0
05:39 BL - Runyon 0 yd fumble recovery (Jackson kick) 16 - 7
01:27 NR - Williams 13 yd run (Ritter kick), 9-69 4:06 23 - 7
3rd 11:40 NR - Dillow 71 yd run (Ritter kick), 1-71 0:12 30 - 7
08:22 NR - Williams 64 yd run (Ritter kick), 2-60 1:26 37 - 7
04:54 NR - Dillow 12 yd run (Ritter kick), 6-21 3:21 44 - 7
4th 10:01 NR - White 1 yd run (Ritter kick), 2-1 0:42 51 - 7
03:11 BL - Henley 77 yd run (Henley rush fumbld), 2-81 1:05 51 - 13

RUSHING: New Richmond-Williams 8-124; Dillow 9-107; Hill 12-42; Warden 4-27; White 4-7; Forsee 5-1. Blanchester-Henley 1-77; Lakes 11-60; Baker 4-12; Burroughs 5-11; Roy 2-10; Arnold 1-4; Penquite 15-minus 23.

PASSING: New Richmond-Dillow 4-4-0-38. Blanchester-Penquite 2-6-1-37; Lakes 1-2-1-12.
RECEIVING: New Richmond-Warden 3-36; McCabe 1-2. Blanchester-Parker 1-43; Jackson 1-12; Runyon 1-minus 6.

INTERCEPTIONS: New Richmond-Hill 1-3; Gundler 1-2. Blanchester-None.

FUMBLES: New Richmond-Hill 2-1. Blanchester-Penquite 2-0; Lakes 1-1; Baker 1-1.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Victory for Lady Lions on Senior Night!

The girls varsity team honored their four Seniors last night; Kelli Bosse, Cassie Grooms, Nicole Leen, and Kelsie Ober. The team played Western Brown and walked away with a 2-1 victory! The team started off strong with a PK goal scored by Kelsey Hensley. However, Western Brown came back and had a PK goal for a pushing foul called against the Lions. The scored remained 1-1 till the last 2 minutes left in the game, when right defender Toria Laumann had a 60 yard goal to win the game! The girls will travel to take on the CNE Rockets on Monday, October 4th.

Boys soccer loses to Western Brown

It was a dissapointing end to senior night. The boys dominated the entire game with the play being mostly on the Lions offensive half, with numerous shots on goal. The Broncos scored the winning goal in the closing minutes of the game to post a 1-0 win.

Girls Tennis vs. Goshen

The girls tennis team fell short of a victory to Goshen last night with a score of 2-3. Miranda Stilwell and Alex White won their match at 1st Doubles, and Savannah Glenn and Marisa David at 2nd Doubles. The girls will play Batavia at home on Monday.

Girls Tennis vs. Western Brown

The girls tennis team was defeated by Western Brown on Tuesday 4-1. Miranda Stilwell and Alex White continue to win at the 1st Doubles position. The Lady Lions will face Goshen on Thursday at Goshen.


The Freshman volleyball team fought hard against CNE but came up short in the third game. The Lady lions lost the first game 14-25 then came back winning 25-14 but lost the third game and match 16-25. The JV volleyball also fought hard against CNE. After losing the first game 14-25, the JV Lady Lions came back winning 25-23 in the second and battling in the third we came up short 18-25.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Volleyball taking it to the max.

After the freshman and jv volleyball teams both lost in 3 games the varsity team came out on top after 5 games. The points and scores kept going back and forth all night! Brittney Strunk had another solid performance with 19 kills, 4 aces, 6 blocks, and 31 digs. Sarah Shoemaker also made some great plays with 33 digs and 10 kills. Sarah Abellanida lead the team with 5 aces and Hannah Lang had 27 assists. Monday the teams take on Bethel at home for the Volley for the Cure game. Any one wearing a 2010 volley for the cure shirt will get in the game for a $1 donation, everyone else will be asked for $3. All money raised will go to the Susan G. Komen foundation. Go Lions!

New Richmond Golfers Finish Season at Sectionals

The New Richmond Linksters wrapped up their season with the 18 hole Sectional Tournament held at Sharon Woods Golf Course Thursday. The Lions shot a 393 for the tournament. Leading the Lions in scoring were Tyler Flood (91), Austin Skaggs (96), Austin Wells (97), and Connor Tidball (109). The Lions ended the season with 27-17 regular season. GREAT SEASON MEN!!!!

Wednesday, September 29, 2010


Congratulations to the JV Lady Lions for their victory against 7-Hills. The great effort displayed by the team secured the match win in two games; 25-17 and 25-18. The team's enthusiasm is felt by all who have the opportunity to watch them play. The Freshman and JV teams will face CNE on Thursday.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Varsity Volleyball falls to 7 Hills

After winning the first game of the match26-24, the lady lions lost the second game 23-25, a game in which senior, middle hitter Lindsey Blankenship was injured. The lions battled the next 2 games but fell in each 26-28. Brittney Strunk was on fire with 20 kills and 4 aces and 4 blocks. Sarah Abellanida also had 4 aces. Hannah Lang was the team leader with 33 assists. Myla Gordo and Sarah Shoemaker were the team leaders with 36 and 31 digs, respectively. The team is now 8-8 and take on league rival CNE Thursday. Go Lions!

Boys soccer defeated by the Barons

The September 7th game that was suspended due to inclement weather was completed last night. The Lions lost 5-1 to a tough Amelia team. The boys went into the half loosing 2-1 and still very much in the match. Some poor field conditions and good combination plays allowed Amelia to score the insurance goals. We will see the Barons at New Richmond in a couple of weeks.


Congratulations to the JV Volleyball team on their win against Manchester last night in two games; 25-21 and 25-19. The girls worked together and did not give up till the victory was sealed.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Volleyball team defeats Manchester

The varsity volleyball team was able to post a victory tonight despite missing senior Myla Gordo. Lindsey Blankenship stepped up tonight playing all the way around the court and Sarah Abellanida also helped pick up the slack in digs. Brittney Strunk lead the team with 27 digs. Lindsey had 13 kills and 3 blocks, while Hannah Lang lead the team with 7 aces and 22 assists. Tomorrow the teams take on Seven Hill at home. Go Lions!


Both girls tennis and golf has been canceled for today.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Hall, Lions win NR Cross Country Invitational

Timmy Hall led the field as the New Richmond boys took the championship of the 2010 New Richmond Cross Country Invitational Saturday.

Hall won the individual race by 14 seconds, covering the 5K New Richmond course in 16:49.52. Alex Ariapad finished 4th, Ben Fitzgerral 6th, Luke Gilday 11th and Grant Gilman 17th to give New Richmond's its winning team score of 39, well ahead of second place Bethel (82).

New Richmond's girls finished third in their section of the meet with freshman Olivia Behymer the top runner with an 8th place finish in 22:32.88. Veronica Burnham was 13th, Paige Anderson 24th, Emily Erdman 35th, and Juliane Molitor 39th for New Richmond.

Click here to listen to Dave Hawkins interview the New Richmond runners after the meet.

Click here to see complete boys results

Click here to see complete girls results

Lions defeat Northeastern, 40-7

Nick Williams ran for 102 yards and scored two touchdowns, Joey McCabe scored on a 26-yard pass reception and a 52-yard interception return to lead the Lions to a 40-7 win Friday over Clermont Northeastern.

Williams scored his TDs in the first quarter on a 10-yard run and a 10-yard TD recepiton from Derrick Dillow to put the Lions up 14-0 and that was all New Richmond's steller defense needed to turn back the Rockets.

Nick Hill and Austin Warden scored NR's other two touchdowns, both coming on 10-yard runs.

The defense held CNE to only three first downs (two of which came on New Richmond penalties) and 43 yards total offense.

The 3-2 s play at 1-4 Blanchester this Friday before returning home to face Amelia Oct. 9 for Homecoming.

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total
Clermont Northeatern 0 0 0 7 -- 7
New Richmond 20 13 7 0 --40

Qtr Time Scoring Play V-H

1st 09:40 NR - Williams 10 yd run (Ritter kick), 2-9 0:41 0 - 7
05:07 NR - Williams 10 yd pass from Dillow (Ritter kick), 6-62 2:48 0 - 14
00:07 NR - Hill 10 yd run (Ritter kick failed), 2-10 0:46 0 - 20
2nd 05:02 NR - Warden 10 yd run (Ritter kick), 3-70 1:20 0 - 27
03:41 NR - McCabe 26 yd pass from Dillow (Ritter rush fumbld), 2-39 0:50 0 - 33
3rd 04:59 NR - McCabe 52 yd interception return (Ritter kick) 0 - 40
4th 08:36 CNE - Hacker 85 yd punt return (K.Thompson kick) 7 - 40

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 26-27 44-298
Passes Att-Comp-Int 14-3-2 6-4-1
TOTAL PLAYS-YARDS 40-43 50-359
Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0
Punt Returns-Yards 2-90 7-109
Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-56 1-23
Int Returns-Yards 1-15 2-52
Punts (Number-Avg) 8-22.5 2-30.0
Fumbles-Lost 2-1 7-3
Penalties-Yards 5-45 7-83
Possession Time 22:08 25:45
3rd-Down Conversions 0 of 11 6 of 9
4th-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 1
Red-Zone Scores-Chances 0-0 4-6
Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 1-4
RUSHING: Clermont Northeatern-Wright 6-15; Hacker 10-9; Miracle 2-7; Creager 1-minus 2; K.Thompson 7-minus 2. New Richmond-Williams 13-102; White 12-70; Hill 6-44; Warden 5-36; Myers 1-20; Dillow 5-15; Forsee 1-13; Hosler 1-minus 2.
PASSING: Clermont Northeatern-K.Thompson 3-13-2-16; Schmidt 0-1-0-0. New Richmond-Dillow 2-3-1-36; Myers 2-2-0-25; Warden 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING: Clermont Northeatern-A.Thompson 2-11; Wright 1-5. New Richmond-Warden 2-25; McCabe 1-26; Williams 1-10.
INTERCEPTIONS: Clermont Northeatern-K.Thompson 1-15. New Richmond-McCabe 1-52; Gundler 1-0.
FUMBLES: Clermont Northeatern-K.Thompson 2-1. New Richmond-White 3-1; Hill 2-1; Warden 1-1; Dillow 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A): Clermont Northeatern-None. New Richmond-Warden 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Clermont Northeatern-Tidwell 8-1; Wright 4-1; Berkshire 4-0; Hacker 3-1; Ch.Cousino 2-3; Overbeck 3-0; K.Thompson 3-0; Hess 3-0; Miracle 2-2; Florence 2-1; Bowman 2-1; Chambers 2-0; A.Smith 2-0; Khulenberg 1-2; Haley 1-1; D.Daniel 0-3; Osborn 1-0; Reynoldes 1-0; 26 1-0; 61 1-0; Ansteatt 1-0; Bishop 1-0; Creager 0-2; Giles 0-1; Cornett 0-1.
New Richmond-Gundler 5-2; Warden 4-1; Williams 3-3; Horn 3-3; McCabe 3-1; Deller 3-0; White 3-0; Scholz 1-4; Glueck 2-1; Derkson 2-0; Mahaffey 1-1; S.Campbell 1-0; Dillow 1-0; Lynn 1-0; Chesney 0-2; Hill 0-1; Thompson 0-1. 55-Deller, 56-Mahaffey, 73-Lynn, 80-S.Campbell.

Clermont Northeatern (3-2,1-1) vs. New Richmond (3-2,2-0)
Date: Sep 24, 2010 • Site: New Richmond • Stadium: New Richmond
Attendance: 850
Kickoff time: 7:30 pm • End of Game: 9:51 pm • Total elapsed time: 2:21
Officials: Referee: Tim Baumgardner; Umpire: Don Davis; Linesman: Virgil Knapke;
Line judge: Rick Adams; Back judge: Todd Bradbury; Scorer: T.Dean;

Lion Golfers Represent with All-League Honors

The Lion Golf Team were well represented this year in All-League honors. Senior Tyler Flood and Junior Connor Tidball were named 1st team All-S.B.A.A.C. after the 18 hole final match held at White Oak Golf Course Saturday. Making the 2nd team All-League were Sophomore Evan McKinley and Junior Austin Skaggs.

Lion Linksters Runner-ups at S.B.A.A.C. 18 Hole Finale

The Lion Linksters continued their solid play in the 18 hole end of the year tournament held at White Oak Golf Course on Saturday morning. The Lions teed it up against 9 other teams from S.B.A.A.C. and shot a 351 to finish in 2nd place for the 18 hole match. They won the American portion of the tournament and only trailed Blanchester , who shot a 321. On the season the Lions finished 4th in the American Division finishing only 15 strokes out of second place and 28 strokes out of 1st place. Leading the Lions in scoring for the 18 hole match were Connor Tidball (86), Henry Heidlage (87), Tyler Flood (88), Evan McKinley (90), and Austin Wells and Austin Skaggs (93). The Lions will finish their regular season schedule Monday at Lindale Golf Course with a match against Norwood at 4:30 pm. The Lion Linksters will travel to Sharon Woods on Thursday morning to compete in the Sectional tournament at 8:30 am. The Lions record now stands at 27-17 on the season

S.B.A.A.C. 18 hole League Tournament
Blanchester 321
New Richmond 351
Amelia 354
Bethel 360
Batavia 369
Western Brown 373
East Clinton 378
Goshen 406
C.N.E. 410
Georgetown 420
S.B.A.A.C. American Division (Final Results)
Bethel 1038
Western Brown 1051
Amelia 1055
New Richmond 1066
Goshen 1210
C.N.E. 1240