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On November 9, the eight members of the Eastern Cincinnati Conference (ECC) unanimously voted to extend membership invitations to Lebanon, Little Miami, and Winton Woods High Schools!  The Eastern Cincinnati Conference is excited and deeply proud to announce that all three schools have accepted the invitation to join the conference.  Competition in the new ten-team conference will begin in the 2020-2021 season. 

This is a historic day for the ECC.  We believe the expansion of the conference to ten schools enhances our already outstanding athletic and academic position in Southwest Ohio.

The entire ECC would like to extend our congratulations to Lebanon, Little Miami, and Winton Woods High Schools!

BOYS' BASKETBALL:  Walnut Hills will be gunning for its fifth title in the last seven years this winter.  

GIRLS' BASKETBALL:  The Lady Eagles of Walnut Hills have won back-to-back Conference titles, finishing last season with a perfect 14-0 ECC record.

WRESTLING:  Loveland will be shooting for a third straight ECC Championship.  The Tigers dominated the Conference Meet last year, outdistancing runner-up West Clermont 307-187.  This year's ECC Meet will be held February 16 at Loveland HS.

BOYS' DIVING:  This year's ECC Diving Championships are slated for Milford HS on January 24 at 5 pm.

BOYS' SWIMMING:  Walnut Hills swam its way to last year's ECC title, the team's first since the 2013-14 season.  This year's Conference Meet is slated for January 26 at Milford HS.

GIRLS' DIVING:  Milford HS will again host the ECC Championships, scheduled for January 24 beginning at 5 pm.

GIRLS' SWIMMING:  The Lady Spartans of Turpin won their fourth title in the last six years last winter.  This year's ECC Meet is slated for January 26 at Milford HS.

BOYS' BOWLING:  West Clermont won last year's ECC boys' bowling title, going undefeated in league action.  The ECC Championship is based on two rounds of league play.

GIRLS' BOWLING:  Milford won the girls' title last year, the team’s second straight championship.  The Lady Eagles finished 12-0 in league matches.  The ECC Championship is based on two rounds of league play.  

GYMNASTICS:  Due to the limited number of schools participating, the ECC doesn't officially sponsor gymnastics.  Turpin and Anderson, however, finished first and second respectively at last year's City Championships!

ACADEMIC QUIZ TEAM:  Walnut Hills will be going after its seventh consecutive AQT title.  This year's AQT Tournament is scheduled for February 20 at Turpin HS.