Fall Sports Kicking Off In The SWOC

08/09/2018

Football:  Edgewood won the 2017 SWOC championship and will be gunning for a third consecutive title this season.  Also last season, Harrison qualified for the OHSAA state playoffs.  Mount Healthy was the winner of the first four SWOC championships.  This competitive season gets under way on August 23 when Mount Healthy takes on Anderson in the Crosstown Showdown.  Little Miami and Harrison will also tangle in the Crosstown Showdown on October 5.

Volleyball:  The 2017 SWOC championship was won by Little Miami.  During the six years of the SWOC’s existence, four schools have captured SWOC titles:  Little Miami; Talawanda; Northwest and Ross.  The conference matchups are sure to provide entertaining contests which demonstrate sportsmanship at its highest level.  The season is scheduled to begin on August 18 and includes a double round of contests to decide this year’s conference champion.

Boys Soccer:  Talawanda won the 2017 SWOC championship to make it back to back titles for the Braves.  Four schools:  Talawanda; Little Miami; Harrison and Edgewood, have won SWOC championships in the history of the conference.  Talawanda and Harrison lead the way with two titles a piece.  The season kicks off on August 17 and for the first time; it features a double round of games between SWOC members.

Girls Soccer:  In 2017 and for the second consecutive season, Little Miami won the SWOC title.  This makes the third time a different school has won back to back championships in the six years of the conference.  Little Miami in 2016 and 2017, Harrison in 2014 and 2015, and Ross in 2012 and 2013 are the schools to pull off this feat.  The conference schedule features a double round of games and the season is set to begin on August 17.

Boys Cross Country:  Little Miami retained the title by winning the 2017 SWOC championship.  Five schools have won championships in the six years of the conference.  Prior champions are:  Little Miami (2 titles); Ross; Edgewood; Mount Healthy and Talawanda.  The season starts on August 20 and concludes with the SWOC Championship Meet on October 13 at Talawanda High School.  

Girls Cross Country:  The 2017 SWOC championship was won by Talawanda.  During the SWOC’s existence, Talawanda has won three titles (2017, 2013, and 2012); Ross has won two titles (2015, 2014) and Harrison has won one title (2016).  The season starts on August 20 and concludes with the SWOC Championship Meet on October 13 at Talawanda High School.  

Boys Golf:  Harrison claimed the 2017 SWOC championship and ended a Talawanda string of three consecutive titles won by the Braves.  Talawanda has won four of the six championships during the conference’s existence.  Harrison and former SWOC member Wilmington won the other titles.  The SWOC Shootout was won by Talawanda on August 7 at Hueston Woods.  The SWOC Golf Tournament will be held on September 25 at Miami Whitewater.

Girls Golf:  The 2017 SWOC championship was won by Harrison.  This marks the third time in the past four seasons the Wildcats have claimed the title.  Edgewood won the title in 2016 and former SWOC member, Wilmington, was the champion in 2013 and 2012.  The season began on August 5 and the SWOC Golf Tournament is scheduled for September 26 at Miami Whitewater.  

Girls Tennis:  Harrison was the winner of the 2017 SWOC championship.  Other past winners of the SWOC title are:  Ross (2016) and Talawanda (2015, 2014, 2013 and 2012).  These athletes are sure to demonstrate the SWOC’s motto of “Integrity – Sportsmanship – Leadership” when the season begins on August 13.  The SWOC Tennis Tournament is scheduled for September 26 at Miami University.