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Going into the spring season, Little Miami has a slight lead over Ross, Harrison and Talawanda in the All-Sports Trophy race. 

With only five spring sports, there is not much wiggle room to make a move, so there's a premium on the points won in baseball, softball, boys tennis and boys and girls track and field. 

The first week of the spring season hasn't been all that exciting thanks to mother nature. 

Days of postponements have strung together, leaving teams to practice indoors in hopes of sun and dry conditions. 

When the fields do dry out and play resumes, check back here to stay up to date on all things SWOC related. 

See something we missed? Or something we need to know about? Email swocsports@gmail.com and we'll take care of you. 

Harrison senior Cameron Sauerwein took second place at 220 pounds in Division I and Ross senior Jake Gentry placed third at 113 pounds in Division II. 

Congrats to both on the outstanding accomplishment. 

All-SWOC basketball teams are now posted. Congratulations to all those recognized. 

The boys basketball player of the year is Landen Angel from Ross, and his coach, David Lane, is the conference coach of the year. 

The girls basketball player of the year is Sante Williams from Northwest, and her coach, Anthony Johnson, is the conference coach of the year. 

Here are the results from the AQT Academic Team tournament on Feb. 21: 

First round

Ross 62, Mount Healthy 50

Edgewood 69, Northwest 36

Harrison 64, Winton Woods 39

Talawanda, bye

Second round

Talawanda 58, Ross 40

Harrison 61, Edgewood 51

Final round

Harrison 61, Talawanda 52

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