After roughly two weeks of the girls' basketball season, Edgewood stands alone as the only remaining unbeaten team in the SWOC. The Cougars are averaging over 54 points per game while holding opponents to under 38. 

Edgewood has quite the scoring contribution from Haley Rutherford and Brittany Marts. Rutherford's averaging 14.7 points per game, second in the SWOC, while Marts is fourth in the SWOC with 13.5 a game. 

Mount Healthy's Anetra Owensby is leading the conference in scoring (22.3 ppg) and is second in assists per game (3.5). The Owls are 5-2 overall and 1-1 in the conference. 

Little Miami's also had an impressive start (4-1, 1-1). Lainee Studer is leading the Panthers with 14.2 points per game and 5.2 assists which ranks first in the SWOC. 

Talawanda's 2-4 overall but the Braves are 2-0 in conference action with wins over Harrison and Mount Healthy in overtime. Talawanda's Darby Glaab is leading the SWOC in rebounding with 11.5 per game. 

Ross is currently 2-3. Northwest is 2-2 and Harrison is 1-4. 

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Mount Healthy lost to La Salle Friday, 38-6, in a Division II regional final played at Mason High School. It's the second season in a row that the Owls have lost in the regional final. 

Mount Healthy quarterback David Montgomery rushed for 137 yards on 20 carries but couldn't find the end zone. 

La Salle junior running Jeremy Larkin rushed for 265 yards on 25 attempts with two touchdowns. 

Mount Healthy has won 23 games (against 3 losses) in the last two seasons. 

Mount Healthy (12-0) is back into the Division II regional final game this season. The Owls face top-ranked La Salle (11-1) on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Mason High School. 

Mount Healthy bounced Kings, 47-14, in the regional semifinal. 

Harrison's season came to an end last Friday when the Wildcats lost to La Salle, 56-24.

La Salle and Mount Healthy have two of the best rushing attacks in the state. 

Mount Healthy is one year removed from a regional final appearance in which the Owls took eventual state champion Loveland to the wire but lost, 35-28. 

Friday, Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m.

1 La Salle (10-1) vs. 5 Harrison (8-3) at Hamilton

2 Mount Healthy (11-0) vs. 3 Kings (11-0) at Lakota West 

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