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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For the third consecutive year, the SWOC Girls Basketball Championship has been won by the Little Miami Panthers.  Little Miami has also claimed four of the last five SWOC titles. This year, the Panthers and Coach Felisha Hartmann compiled an overall record of 16-7, while finishing 11-1 in SWOC action.  Little Miami led the conference in points allowed per game (34.4), FG % (37.4), 3 Pt.% (34.1), assists (172), steals (136) and was second in scoring (51.9).  The Panthers Ally Grake led the SWOC with 4.1 assists per game, 39.5 % 3 point shooting, and a 2.2 assist/turnover ratio, while teammate Mara Briscoe led in free throw shooting with an impressive 94.1 %.  Congratulations Little Miami!!!

For the first time in conference history, the SWOC Girls Bowling Championship has been won by the Harrison Wildcats.  Prior to this season, Northwest had won every Southwest Ohio Conference Championship outright while compiling a record of 67-0 against their SWOC rivals.  This season, the Wildcats and Coach Trevor Ward compiled an overall record of 14-5, while finishing 12-0 in conference play.  Harrison is led by four of the top ten bowlers on the SWOC statistics list:  Alyssa Pierce (157.1); Cassie Schultheis (151.5); Shannon Jacob (146.4); and Ashley Bley (145.0). Congratulations Wildcats and good luck at the OHSAA Sectional Tournament on February 20th!!!

For the sixth time in the eight years of its' existence, the Ross Rams have advanced to the OHSAA Dual Team Wrestling State Tournament by virtue of winning the Regional Championship for Division II, Region 15.  The Rams captured the Regional Championship by defeating the following schools:  Taylor (69-12); Eaton (43-31); Monroe (39-37); and Wyoming (42-34).  Ross is one of only eight schools, from throughout the state, still competing for this Division II State Championship. This season marks the third consecutive year that the Rams have advanced to the State Tournament.  Ross advanced to the Final Four in 2018 and 2013.  The 2020 OHSAA Dual Team Wrestling State Tournament will be held on Sunday, February 16th in St. John Arena, on the campus of the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.  The Rams, who are led by 2019 State Champion Alex Coleman (285) and 2019 State Alternate Sean Beltran (145), will face off against the Louisville Leopards at 11:00 AM.  Congratulations and good luck to the Rams and Head Coach Rich Dunn!!!

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