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Congratulations to all those recognized on the all-conference softball teams. 

Harrison's Reagan Williamson was named conference player of the year, and coach of the year was Harrison's Mike Schiering. 

The complete list can be found here

Thanks to four conference titles in the 2017-2018 school year, Little Miami was able to win its second consecutive All-Sports Trophy. 

The Panthers won league titles in boys cross country, girls soccer, girls basketball and academic team. 

Ross and Talawanda tied for second place and Harrison came in fourth in the final standings. 

Mount Healthy, behind SWOC runner of the year Alassane Diallo and coach of the year Ken Meibers, won its fifth consecutive league championship in track and field. 

Talawanda, aided by SWOC runner of the year Kyra Koontz, field athlete of the year Val Green and coach of the year Paul Stiver, won its second straight conference title. 

Talawanda's boys tennis team won the regular season and conference tournament to hold off Little Miami in the final standings. 

Talawanda's first doubles (Wally Kelly, Josh Dewitt) and second doubles (Ty Hornsby, Connor Schlade) finished in first place. 

Little Miami's Matt Lockman was first singles champion and SWOC athlete of the year. Little Miami coach Lorie Boulton was voted coach of the year in the conference. 

With a win over Princeton on May 7 in the Division I sectional tournament, Harrison's longtime softball coach Mike Schiering captured his 300th career win. 

The Wildcats and Schiering will go for 301 in another tournament game against GGCL champion Ursuline on May 9 at the Blue Ash Sports Complex. 

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