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While Harrison's pursuit of a district baseball title came up short on Monday, Ross wrapped its hands around the trophy and lifted it skyward after a seventh inning grand slam from freshman Kaitlyn Justice. 

Enquirer photos, story from Ross' win: http://www.cincinnati.com/story/sports/high-school/ohio-high-school/2016/05/23/ross-advances-game-winning-grand-slam/84818116/

Journal News photos, story from Ross' win: http://www.journal-news.com/news/sports/ross-slams-clinton-massie-secures-district-softbal/nrR6m/

Photos from Harrison's district final loss: http://www.cincinnati.com/picture-gallery/sports/high-school/ohio-high-school/2016/05/23/gallery-harrison-bows-to-northmont-5-2-may-23/84823282/

Six Harrison wrestlers have broken a team record for the most Wildcats competing on Ohio national teams. 

They are, as follows: 

USA-Ohio Cadet Greco Roman Team

Cameron Baird – 113 Lbs

Brett McIntosh – 145 Lbs

Cameron Sauerwein – 220 Lbs

  • Competes in Asics National Championships in Fargo, ND the last week of July Vs State teams from all over the U.S. in an individual tournament. Largest age group tournament in Nation.

USA- Ohio Freestyle Team

Brett McIntosh – 145 Lbs

  • Competes in Asics National Championships in Fargo, ND the last week of July Vs State teams from all over the U.S. in an individual tournament.  Largest age group tournament in Nation.

USA-Ohio Cadet Dual Team

Brett McIntosh – 138 Lbs

Max Boyle – 182 Lbs

Cameron Sauerwein – 195 Lbs

  • Team Ohio competes against State teams from all over the U.S. in a dual meet version of the National Championships in York, Pa. 2nd week of June

AAU Ohio Junior Olympic Team

Cameron Baird – 113 Lbs

Cory Baird – 120 Lbs

Bo McIntosh – 170 Lbs

  • Will compete as members of Team Ohio in the Junior Olympics to be held in Houston, Tx in August.  Teams from all over the U.S will wrestle in a dual meet tournament to determine an AAU National Champion.

Harrison's baseball team and Ross' softball squad are each coming off sectional championships in search of district titles. 

Harrison beat Elder 4-2 in a Division I sectional championship behind a nine-strikeout performance from Evan Miller on the mound. 

Ross has rolled through its first three postseason games with wins of 14-1, 16-0 and 20-1. 

Rain on Friday and Saturday morning moved both the Wildcats and Rams to Monday, May 23. 

Harrison will face Northmont at Centerville. Ross will meet unbeaten Clinton Massie at Mason in a Division II district championship game. Both games are scheduled to start at 5 p.m.

Edgewood and Ross split the SWOC softball championship with identical 10-2 conference records, and both are still alive in the postseason. 

The Cougars face Lakota East on Monday, May 16 at West Carrollton High School in a Division I sectional final. 

The Rams get New Richmond on Tuesday, May 17 at Kings High School in a Division II sectional final. 

All-conference softball teams will be released after all SWOC teams are finished playing. 

Weather may have moved the day of the SWOC track and field championships, but it failed to waiver the resolve of our conference athletes in pursuit of conference titles. 

Mount Healthy won the boys track and field title, while Ross won the girls. 

Results are still being posted to our site. Complete results are posted at www.finishtiming.com. 

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