FOOTBALL: The 2016 ECC seventh grade championship went to the Milford Eagles who recorded a 5-1 Conference record, while the eighth grade title went to Loveland with a perfect 7-0 mark.
VOLLEYBALL: The seventh grade tournament title went to Nagel Silver, who defeated Milford in the championship match. The eighth grade title went to Kings, who downed Walnut Hills in the championship match!
CROSS COUNTRY: The Eastern Cincinnati Championships were held October 11 at Landen Deerfield Park. Milford won the girls' championship, while Loveland captured the boys' title.
BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL: The Eastern Cincinnati Conference doesn't sponsor middle school softball and baseball, so check with your school's athletic department personnel for schedules and results.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' TRACK: The ECC Track Championships were held on a rainy May 10 evening, with the Loveland Tigers winning both the boys' and girls' championships.
BOYS' BASKETBALL: This year's ECC Tournament champions are as follows: Nagel Silver downed Kings for the seventh grade title, while Loveland captured the eighth grade title with a win over Nagel Silver.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL: This year's ECC Tournament champions are as follows: Kings defeated Milford to win the seventh grade title, while Loveland downed Walnut Hills to walk away with the eighth grade championship.
WRESTLING: The Loveland Tigers won their third consecutive ECC title on January 29. The Tigers outdistanced runner-up Milford by just over 12 points. Final results can be found HERE.
FOOTBALL: The Nagel Silver squad went undefeated in Conference play to capture the eighth grade title. The seventh grade championship went to the Kings Knights, who finished with a 5-1 Conference record.
VOLLEYBALL: The Eastern Cincinnati Conference Tournament champions are the Milford Lady Eagles (eighth grade) and the Loveland Lady Tigers (seventh grade)! Congratulations!
CROSS COUNTRY: The Eastern Cincinnati Conference Championships were held October 13 at Landen Deerfield Park. Loveland won the boys' championship for the second consecutive year, defeating runner-up Nagel by some 33 points. The Tigers' A.J. Stutz captured the individual championship, while teammate Luke Black was runner-up. The girls' title was captured by Loveland as well, defeating Milford by 19 points. Individually, Nagel's Jayne Maxwell won the race, while Loveland's Sofia Dillhoff was runner-up. Congratulations to all of our runners on a great meet!
Nagel Middle School was one of twenty schools across Ohio to receive the Respect the Game Challenge award from the Ohio High School Athletic Administration (OHSAA). The recognition honors schools that promote sportsmanship and is part of the OHSAA's Sportsmanship, Ethics, and Integrity campaign. The honor is based on the 2014-2015 school year and is very prestigious across Ohio. Nagel Middle School has earned the honor annually since 2010. Read more HERE.