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The Ross Rams won a Division II district championship on the baseball diamond last weekend. 

This week, the Rams head to Mason High School to take on Columbus St. Francis DeSales in a regional semifinal at 2 p.m.

Check back in to see how the Rams fared as one of only 16 baseball teams left in the state in Division II. 

WCPO caught up with Joel Heath, a Mount Healthy graduate and defensive end for the Houston Texans, on a recent visit home. Click here to read the story

Mount Healthy introduced graduate Lori Miller as the Owls' next athletic director. To read more on Miller's path, follow this link

Mount Healthy's boy's track and field team dominated the conference championships this season to defend its SWOC title. Mount Healthy's Derell Williams was named runner of the year. Edgewood's Garrett Gabbard was named field athlete of the year and Mount Healthy's Ken Meibers took home coach of the year. 

Talawanda's girl's team edged Mount Healthy to take the top spot. Talawanda swept the conference awards with Paul Stiver taking coach of the year, Kyra Koontz runner of the year and Valerie Green was field athlete of the year. 

Harrison beat Mount Notre Dame and Little Miami edged McAuley on May 15 to each bring home Division I sectional softball championships. Edgewood lost a close title game to Miamisburg. 

Ross also won a Division II sectional championship the day after the Wildcats and Panthers. 

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