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With the end of the fall season in the Southwest Ohio Conference, there were some great teams, individuals, and performances. 

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Even though Edgewood finished the regular season 8-2 and won the outright Southwest Ohio Conference football title for the second season in a row, the Cougars were left out of the Division II playoffs after the OHSAA released the points early Sunday morning.

Harrison is the only SWOC team to make the playoffs this season. The Wildcats took the No. 8 seed in Division II, Region 8 and open up at No. 1 La Salle on Friday, Nov. 3 at 7:30 p.m.  

The only football team yet to lose a conference game this season in the SWOC is Edgewood, meaning the Cougars have already clinched a share of the conference title heading into the regular-season finale this Friday at Mount Healthy. 

An Edgewood win would clinch the Cougars' second consecutive outright conference title and likely a spot in the Division II, Region 8 playoffs. 

Every fall, the cornfields surrounding Harrison High School become a cross-country track, setting the stage for the Southwest Ohio Conference championships. 

This season, Little Miami's boys and Talawanda's girls took home conference titles. It's the Panthers' second title in a row and Talawanda's first since 2013. 

Little Miami's Dawson Paul won the boys' title with a time of 17:21.20, while Little Miami's Lydia Vach won the girls' title in 19:46.70. 

Talawanda's Maddy Iden came in second to lead the Braves' title team. Mount Healthy's Justin Abrams finished runner-up in the boys' race. 

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. 

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