Established prior to the 2012-13 school year, the Southwest Ohio Conference consists of charter members Edgewood, Harrison, Little Miami, Mount Healthy, Northwest, Ross and Talawanda High Schools.  Our outstanding athletic and academic conference is built upon the following principles:  Integrity; Sportsmanship; and Leadership.  To stay up-to-date on SWOC news, results, and statistics, visit the site often.  In addition, check out the IN THE NEWS tab, as well as our Twitter feed, @swocsports, for more school-specific stories and links to stories from local media outlets.

Best of luck to our athletes and teams during the upcoming 2018-2019 school year!  We are the SWOC!!!

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On Saturday, February 16th, the Southwest Ohio Conference Wrestling Tournament will be held at Northwest High School.  Admission to the tournament is $6 per adult and $4 per student.  Wrestling is scheduled to begin at 9:30 AM.  Harrison has won the last 5 SWOC Wrestling Championships.  Ross won the inaugural title in 2013.

This season, SWOC wrestling teams have enjoyed success on the mat and this is reflected in the following rankings from the SWOWCA Final Poll:  Harrison, Division I, # 3 in both Dual and Tournament Format; Edgewood, Division I, # 14 in Dual Format; Little Miami, Division I, # 15 in Tournament Format; and Ross, Division II, # 1 in both Dual and Tournament Format.  Ross is coming off an appearance Sunday in the 2019 State Dual Tournament due to winning the Regional Championship for Division II, Region 15.

The following wrestlers possess the most wins this season, based on the SWOC website:  Alex Coleman, Ross, 285 lb. weight class; Thomas Coleman, Ross, 220 lb. weight class; Garrett Boyle, Ross, 195 lb. weight class; Olathe Seigla, Edgewood, 126 lb. weight class; Kevin White, Mt. Healthy, 120 lb. weight class; and Logan Iams, Ross, 182 lb. weight class.

Good luck to all of the athletes and coaches!!!

For the second consecutive year, the Little Miami Panthers, 16-6 overall (11-1 SWOC), are the Southwest Ohio Conference Girls Basketball Champions.  This title is the first outright SWOC Championship for the Panthers and the third title Little Miami has won in the last four years.  In SWOC competition, the Panthers led the conference in scoring (53.0 points per game) and defense (33.5 points allowed per game).  Little Miami has multiple players among the statistical leaders in the SWOC.  They are:  Kaitlyn Simpkins first in scoring (13.5), assists (4.7) and steals(4.5); Sydney Kuritar fourth in scoring (12.2); Kelsey Schmidt third in steals (3.1); and Ally Grake third in assists (2.7).  Congratulations to the Panthers and Head Coach Matt Tolliver on another SWOC title!!!  Little Miami opens OHSAA Tournament action on Saturday, February 16 at 1:00 PM when they travel to Lakota East to take on Oak Hills.

For the seventh year in a row, the Talawanda Brave have won the SWOC Girls Swimming & Diving Championship.  The Brave, of Head Coach Steve Pasquale, have claimed every title since the inception of the Southwest Ohio Conference.  Talawanda finished 75 points ahead of runner-up Ross at the conference meet.  Team standings were:  1. Talawanda (420); 2. Ross (345); 3. Little Miami (186); 4. Harrison (140); 5. Edgewood (119); and 6. Northwest (77).  Mercy Patterson (Talawanda - Freshman) was named the 2019 Girls Swimming & Diving Athlete of the Year.  She won two individual events: the 50 Free, in a Conference Meet record time of 24.69, and the 100 Back, in a Conference Meet record time of 1:01.00.  Mercy was also part of two winning relay teams:  the 200 Medley Relay and the 200 Free Relay.  Joe Stewart (Ross) and Steve Pasquale (Talawanda) were selected as SWOC Girls Swimming & Diving Co-Coaches of the Year.  For complete results, please go to the Girls Swimming - Conference Meet tab.

Likewise, the Talawanda Brave have claimed the SWOC Boys Swimming & Diving Championship for the seventh consecutive season.  The Southwest Ohio Conference has seen the Brave accept the championship hardware every year of its' existence, since 2013.  Talawanda Head Coach Steve Pasquale's team more than doubled the points of meet runner-up Harrison.  The final team scores were:  1. Talawanda (501); 2. Harrison (232); 3. Little Miami (192); 4. Ross (170); 5. Edgewood (100); and 6. Northwest (34).  Harrison's Mike Brossart was voted SWOC Boys Swimming & Diving Coach of the Year.  The recipient of the Boys Swimming & Diving Athlete of the Year was Ben Crowder (Talawanda - Sophomore).  Ben won two individual races:  the 200 Free, in a Conference Meet record time of 1:47.10, and the 100 Butterfly.  He was also a member of two winning relay teams:  the 200 Medley Relay and the 200 Free Relay, which set a Conference Meet record with a time of 1:33.53.  Sam Hool (Talawanda - Sophomore) set another Conference Meet record by obtaining a score of 287.90 in 1 Meter Diving.  For complete results, please go to the Boys Swimming - Conference Meet tab.

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