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Established prior to the 2012-13 school year, the Southwest Ohio Conference consists of charter members Edgewood, Harrison, Little Miami, Mount Healthy, Northwest, Ross and Talawanda High Schools.  Our outstanding athletic and academic conference is built upon the following principles:  Integrity; Sportsmanship; and Leadership.  To stay up-to-date on SWOC news, results, and statistics, visit the site often.  In addition, check out the IN THE NEWS tab, as well as our Twitter feed, @swocsports, for more school-specific stories and links to stories from local media outlets.

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The Little Miami Panthers have advanced to the OHSAA Division II Regional Semifinal of the Football Playoffs by virtue of their 10-7 victory over fellow SWOC member Edgewood.  Little Miami (9-2) will move on to play Winton Woods (10-1) on Friday, November 9 at 7:00 PM.  Hamilton High School will be the neutral site for this match-up.  The Panthers are making the most of their first playoff appearance since 1992.  Congratulations and best of luck to the Panthers and Head Coach Nate Mahon!!! 

Talawanda Sophomore Maddy Iden has qualified for the Division I Cross Country State Meet on Saturday, November 10 at National Trail Raceway in Hebron, Ohio.  Her race is scheduled to begin at 3:00 PM.  Maddy qualified, as an individual, by posting a time of 19:04 at the Troy Division I Cross Country Regional Meet.  Two weeks earlier, she finished first at the SWOC Cross Country Championship Meet and was named SWOC Girls Cross Country Athlete of the Year.  Maddy is coached by Paul Stiver.  Congratulations and good luck at the State Meet!!!

For the first time in SWOC history, there are Football Co-Champions:  the Edgewood Cougars and the Harrison Wildcats.  Edgewood finished the regular season 8-2 overall (5-1 SWOC) and Harrison finished 7-3 overall (5-1 SWOC).  This makes the third consecutive SWOC title for the Cougars and the first SWOC title for the Wildcats.  Edgewood relied on its' ground attack to average 32.4 points per game, while only allowing 11.2 points per game with a stout defense.  Harrison leaned on its' passing game to average 32.9 points per game, while only giving up 20.1 points per game defensively.  Both teams have qualified for the OHSAA Division II Football Playoffs.  Congratulations and good luck in the postseason to both teams and their coaches, Edgewood's Scott Clemmons and Harrison's Derek Rehage!

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