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FOOTBALL:  Walnut Hills captured the seventh grade championship last year, while Milford looks to defend its eighth grade title.

VOLLEYBALL:  Last year's seventh grade championship went to Loveland, while Nagel Silver won the eighth grade title.  This year's ECC Tournament is scheduled for October 13, with Nagel hosting the seventh grade tournament and Milford hosting the eighth grade tourney.

CROSS COUNTRY:  Walnut Hills came away with the boys' title last year, while Loveland captured the girls' crown.  The ECC Championships are slated for October 9 at Landen Deerfield beginning at 4:30 pm.

BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL:  The Eastern Cincinnati Conference doesn't sponsor middle school baseball and softball, so check with your school's athletic department personnel for schedules and results.

BOYS' AND GIRLS' TRACK:  Loveland won both the boys' and girls' track championships in 2017 and repeated the feat this spring!  I believe the Tigers have won the boys' and girls' titles for six straight years!  Shout out to Walnut Hills (4x100 relay) and to Nagel (4x200 relay) for setting new boys' records.  Loveland's Jessie Gibbins set a new record in the 800 meters!

Here's the current ECC middle school track and field records:

BOYS
110 Hurdles:  Bohenek (Nagel) 16.13 (2013)
100 Meter Dash:  Conley (Loveland) 11.38 (2014)
1600 Meter Run:  Justus (Kings) 4:34.59 (2017)
4x100 Relay:  Walnut Hills  48.58 (2018)
400 Meter Dash:  Daniel (Walnut Hills ) 53.43 (2013)
4x200 Relay:  Nagel  1:40.91 (2018)
200 Meter Hurdles:  Kellen (Walnut Hills) 27.57 (2016)
800 Meter Run:  Justus (Kings) 2:04.12 (2017)
200 Meter Dash:  Daniel (Walnut Hills) 23.75 (2013)
4x400 Relay:  Kings  3:53.6 (2017)
Long Jump:  Davenport (Walnut Hills) 18-1.25 (2013)
High Jump:  Cissell (Nagel) 5-9 (2015)
Discus:  Hickman (Nagel) 140-6 (2017)
Shot Put:  Hickman (Nagel) 41-11 (2017)
Pole Vault:  Davenport (Walnut Hills) 10-6 (2013)

GIRLS
100 Meter Hurdles:  Massey (Loveland) 15.65 (2014)
100 Meter Dash:  Jones (Walnut Hills) 12.78 (2014)
1600 Meter Run:  Grabenbauer (Milford) 5:24.95 (2017)
4x100 Relay:  Walnut Hills  52.72 (2015)
400 Meter Dash:  McElveen (Loveland) 1:00.28 (2013)
4x200 Relay:  Walnut Hills  1:51.16 (2013)
200 Meter Hurdles:  Massey (Loveland) 30.22 (2014)
800 Meter Run:  Gibbins (Loveland) 2:29.27 (2018)
200 Meter Dash:  Williams (Loveland) 26.34 (2014)
4x400 Relay:  Loveland  4:27.57 (2016)
Long Jump:  Jones (Walnut Hills) 16-2 (2014)
High Jump:  Klenke (Loveland) 5-0 (2015)
Discus:  Steele (Nagel) 93-3 (2015)
Shot Put:  Steele (Nagel ) 36-9.25 (2015)
Pole Vault:  Bard (Glen Este) 9-0 (2016)

BOYS' BASKETBALL:  The results of the 2017-18 Eastern Cincinnati Conference Tournament are as follows:

SEVENTH GRADE
Nagel Blue completed a perfect undefeated season by defeating Walnut Hills 36-30 in the ECC Tournament finals.  

EIGHTH GRADE
Walnut Hills downed Kings 39-32 for the 2017-18 ECC Tourney title.  The squad won the seventh grade championship last season.

GIRLS' BASKETBALL: 

SEVENTH GRADE
Walnut Hills defeated Loveland 31-23 to capture the seventh grade girls' title.  The squad only lost one game in the conference.

EIGHTH GRADE
Congratulations to Milford for winning the ECC Tournament title, as well as completing a perfect 18-0 season!  The Lady Eagles defeated Walnut Hills in the championship match-up 34-32.

Congratulations to all of our middle school teams on great seasons!

WRESTLING:  After Milford stopped Loveland from capturing its fourth straight ECC Championship last winter, the Tigers captured the 2018 championship on January 26.  For complete results, click HERE.

FOOTBALL:  Milford captured the eighth grade Conference title with a fine 6-1 record, while Walnut Hills won the seventh grade championship with a perfect 6-0 mark.

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VOLLEYBALL:  This year's ECC Tournament champions were Loveland (7th grade) and Nagel Silver (8th grade).  Congratulations to both squads!  Photos from the seventh grade championship match between Loveland and Walnut Hills can be found HERE.

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CROSS COUNTRY:  Congratulations to Walnut Hills for winning the 2017 ECC boys' championship and to Loveland for winning the girls' title!  Individual champion for the boys was Kings' Ryan Flecker, while Milford's Emmy Sager won the girls' race!

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