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BASEBALL:  The Loveland Tigers will be gunning for their third straight Conference title this spring.  Milford advanced to the District Championship game in 2017 and will be looking for its fifth ECC title in the last six seasons.

SOFTBALL:  The Milford Lady Eagles have their sights set on a fifth straight ECC title this spring.  As a matter of fact, the squad has compiled a 52-2 Conference record the past four years!

BOYS' TRACK:  Loveland won its fourth Conference Championship in the last five seasons in 2017, narrowly defeating runner-up Kings by only 21 points.  The ECC Championships are scheduled for May 9 and 11 at Anderson HS.

GIRLS' TRACK:  The Withrow Lady Tigers will not only be shooting for their fourth straight ECC title, but also their fourth state STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!  The MVC Championships are slated for May 9 and 11 at Anderson HS.

BOYS' TENNIS:  Turpin is favored to win its fifth straight ECC title this spring.  The Spartans have not lost a head-to-head conference match since 2014.  The ECC Championships are scheduled for May 1 at Lunken.

BOYS' LACROSSE:  Milford, Loveland, and Kings shared the ECC's first-ever boys' lacrosse title last spring.

GIRLS' LACROSSE:  The Loveland Lady Tigers won the first-ever ECC girls' lacrosse championship last spring.

West Clermont (#5)
Milford (#9)

Milford (#5)

Kings and Withrow (#6)

Kings (#3)
Withrow (#4)
Anderson (#8)
Turpin (#9)

Turpin (#4)
Loveland (#6)
Walnut Hills (#7)
Anderson (#10)

Loveland (#7)
Kings (#10)

Loveland (#4)
Turpin (#7)

No ECC teams in top ten


Shout out to our first winter athletes to advance to State competition!  In the sport of diving, West Clermont's Morgan Southall, Loveland's Erin Albert and Riley Bullock, and Turpin's Ali Asbury advanced to the State Diving Championships in Canton.  The ECC had four of the top six finishers from the February 14 District Meet!  After finishing ninth last season, Morgan placed sixth this year!  All four divers finished in the top 15 at State!  Congratulations ladies!  Complete results can be found HERE.

In swimming, Kings' Brynna Wolfe won the 100 backstroke at the February 17 District Meet, thus qualifying for the State Meet in Canton February 23-24. She also qualified as an at-large in the 200 IM.  Joining Brynna will be teammate Noah Young, who qualified in the 100 backstroke (and as an at-large qualifier in the 50 free), as well as the Milford boys' 200 free relay.  At-large qualifiers for the boys included Milford's Tyler Babinec in the 100 breast and the Eagles' 400 free relay; Walnut Hills' Dan Cashell in the 100 breast and 200 free, Aaron Sequeira in the 200 IM and 100 back, and the Eagles' 200 medley and 400 free relays; Anderson's Carter Donnells in the 100 fly; Loveland's Brandon Day in the 500 free; and Kings' Cameron Rutz in the 500 free and the Knights' 400 free relay.  At-large qualifiers for the girls included Kings' Leah Luckett in the 200 free and 100 free, Shannon Jelley in the 100 fly and 500 free, and the Lady Knights' 200 medley relay and 200 and 400 free relays; Anderson's Grace Hastings in the 200 free and 500 free; Turpin's Gail Workman in the 200 free and 500 free, Madeline Hart in the 100 fly, Allison Kapostasy in the 500 free, and the Lady Spartans' 200 medley relay and 200 and 400 free relays; Walnut Hills' Emma Reed in the 100 fly, Esme Wright in the 100 breast, and the Lady Eagles' 200 and 400 free relays; and Loveland's Sarah Klenke in the 100 back.

The Kings AquaKnights (girls) finished eighth overall and the Walnut Hills Eagles (boys) finished seventh overall.  Congratulations to all of our swimmers!

In gymnastics, Turpin's Lena Bercz advanced to the State Gymnastics Championships in four events!  After a rock-solid performance at the February 24 District Meet, Lena finished first in the floor, second on bars, third on vault, and second in the all around!  Read more HERE.  Congratulations Lena on a great season!

In boys' bowling, Kings' Eric Middlekamp was the District Champion, while West Clermont's Elijah Dunigan finished third.  Both of these performances earned them a spot in today's State Championships at Wayne Webb's Columbus Bowl!  Final District results can be found HERE.  Elijah finished 39th and Eric 50th at State.  Complete results can be found HERE.