Harrison captured its fifth consecutive conference wrestling title on Saturday, beating out Ross and Little Miami in second and third place, respectively. 

The Wildcats had nine wrestlers win individual conference championships. 

Results can be found here

Northwest's boys basketball team took the outright SWOC title this season. It's the Knights fourth straight league title and the third straight outright league title. 

For the girls, Edgewood, Little Miami and Northwest split the league title three ways. All three teams finished 10-2 in league play. It's the second straight league title for Edgewood, the second share in three years for Little Miami, and the first title for the Knights. 

The Ross Rams put together a memorable run through the state dual team tournament. On Sunday in Columbus, Ross won its first match to advance to the state semifinals where the Rams lost to Mentor Lake Catholic. 

The Enquirer covered the state tournament. You can read about it here:

Congratulations to the Rams on a great run. 

Talawanda senior guard Addie Brown is in the midst of a career season. She's already broken school records for free throws made in a game, free throws made in a season, career free throws made, and points scored in a game. She's also tied the school record for 3-pointers made in a game. 

In a 64-54 win over Goshen last week, Brown scored a school record 38 points, breaking the previous record of 35 set back in 1971. Her seven 3-pointers in that game also tied a school record.

Since the Southwest Ohio Conference formed for the 2012-2013 season, Talawanda's boys and girls swim teams have dominated. 

On Saturday at Miami University, the Braves won the boys and girls titles for the sixth straight season. Talawanda is the only boys and girls team to win the conference championship in swimming. 

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