Unbeaten in the conference, Talawanda's boys' soccer team collected its second consecutive conference title this season. 

After starting the season 2-2-0, the Braves went 11-0-1 the rest of the way to head into the postseason with a 13-2-1 record. 

Talawanda currently has four players with more than 20 points this season. Sam Robinson leads the entire conference with 55 (22 goals, 11 assists), followed by teammate Quinn Flaspohler with 40 (12 goals, 16 assists). Jake Kelly (29 points) and Andy June (22) have also been solid. 

Not long after Harrison's Maddy Pittman broke the school record for goals in a single season, she added three more goals to bring her season total to 34. Her 13 assists added in gives Pittman 81 points this season, breaking the conference record Little Miami's Eva Kiper set last season with 76 points. 

Pittman's 34 goals are also a SWOC record, breaking Kiper's mark of 33 last season. 

There should be some fireworks in 2018 when Pittman and Kiper take the pitch as seniors for the last time. 

Joining its girls' soccer program, Little Miami left no doubt this season in the conference volleyball race. 

Heading into the postseason, the Panthers are 18-2 overall and they went a perfect 12-0 in the conference. 

It's the second conference title (first outright) for Little Miami. 

For the second year in a row, Little Miami took home the girls' soccer SWOC championship with a record of 14-2-0 overall and a perfect 6-0-0 in league play. 

The Panthers have not lost to a conference opponent since 2015. 

Eva Kiper led Little Miami in scoring again with 24 goals and five assists. 

Junior Maddy Pittman has had a historic season on the pitch this year for Harrison's girls soccer program. 

According to the school, Pittman broke the single-season record for goals scored with 31 (and counting). The previous record was 29 goals by Kayla Childs two seasons ago. 

Pittman is verbally committed to play at the University of Cincinnati and she's also a standout in the classroom, seated top-20 academically in her class. 

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