One day after Harrison's boys conquered the SWOC golf championship, the girls followed suit, marking the first time in SWOC history that the same school won the boys and girls titles in the same season. 

Little Miami's Alex Gomez was the SWOC tournament medalist (and conference player of the year) with a 79 at Miami Whitewater. 

Edgewood's Sarah Abner fired an 85 and Northwest's Morgan Hughes shot 90. Harrison was led by McKenzie Mobley's 95. 

Tournament results can be found here

Harrison edged out Talawanda by one stroke (338-339) to win the Southwest Ohio Conference boys golf tournament on Sept. 19. It's the first SWOC golf title for Harrison. 

Talawanda's Vincent Whitehead was the tournament medalist with a 76. Harrison's Will Nieman and Sam Bischel shot 81 and 82, respectively, to round out the top-3.

Complete results from the tournament can be found here

With three weeks of football already in the books, the landscape shifts to conference play. 

Little Miami, the SWOC's last remaining unbeaten team, opens the conference with a trip to Mount Healthy (0-3). 

Edgewood (2-1) visits Northwest (2-1). Harrison (2-1) hosts Ross (0-3), and Talawanda must wait a week before it gets into the conference with there being an odd number of teams, so the Braves host New Richmond's high-powered offense. 

Just two teams are left in the SWOC without losses. Little Miami has yet to allow a point through two games, and Harrison's won its two games by a combined six points. 

In Week 3, Harrison welcomes unbeaten Anderson, in a rematch of a 48-47 nail biter last season. 

Little Miami hosts Richmond Heights, hoping to keep a clean sheet on defense for the third straight week. 

Stay up to date with football stats here, and the weekly schedule and standings here

Pat Spurlock has been hired as the new Varsity Softball Head Coach at Ross High School.  Pat is a resident of Lebanon, Ohio, attended Lebanon High School and also attended Manchester College in Indiana.  He graduated from Manchester with a Bachelor of Science Degree with dual majors in Economics and Business Administration.  Pat has been involved coaching fast pitch softball for twenty-one years.  Pat has eleven years of high school coaching experience, with the last six years as head coach at Indian Hill High School.  He also spent six years as an assistant and instructor at Cedarville University, specializing in the areas of pitching and hitting.  He also has been the lead pitching and slapping instructor for the last seven years at Cincinnati Red’s Academy.

Pat was selected based on his experience, knowledge, enthusiasm, and energy he will bring to the softball program at Ross.

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