In the 2016 Major League Baseball Draft on June 11, Eastern Kentucky outfielder Kyle Nowlin, a former Harrison great, went in the 21st round to the Oakland Athletics. Nowlin hit .300 with 61 RBI and set a new program record with 21 home runs. At the end of the regular season, Nowlin led the entire Division I landscape in home runs.
Northwest senior Malik Beverly won two state championships Saturday at the Division I state meet. Beverly won 110 hurdles and 200 meters. He also placed second in long jump.
Edgewood's Hannah Bush placed eighth in the Division I high jump competition.
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The Southwest Ohio Conference is extremely proud to have student athletes like this representing our conference.
Read this moving story of compassion, respect and sportsmanship, written by Nick Robbe of the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Not only is the softball team still alive in the state semifinals, Ross also gets to celebrate winning the 2015-2016 All-Sports SWOC Trophy.
The Rams edged Harrison by a narrow margin, 108.33-106. One of the narrowest margins of victory in conference history.
Ross won the league in boys and girls cross country, academic, girls basketball (shared), girls track and field and softball (shared).
Harrison had conference titles in boys golf, girls soccer, wrestling and baseball.
Ross beat Greenville 4-0 on May 28 to win the sixth regional softball championship in school and the program's first since 2009. The win earns the Rams a berth in the state final four.
On May 25, Ross beat Kenton Ridge in a regional semifinal. Kenton Ridge was ranked No. 3 in the state; Greenville was ranked No. 6. The Rams are unranked and currently have a 21-7 record.