FOOTBALL:  Milford came away with the 2016 seventh grade championship, while Loveland captured the Conference title at the eighth grade level with a perfect 7-0 record.

VOLLEYBALL:  Last year's seventh grade championship went to the Nagel Silver squad, while Kings won the eighth grade crown.  This year's ECC Tournament is scheduled for October 14, with the seventh grade competition being held at Milford Junior High and the eighth grade competition scheduled for West Clermont.

CROSS COUNTRY:  Milford captured last year's girls' Conference title, while the boys' championship went to Loveland.  This fall's ECC Meet is slated for October 10 at Landen Deerfield at 4:30 pm.

Good luck to all of athletes this fall!

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:  This year's ECC Track Championships were held at Kings High School on May 8 with Loveland coming home with both the boys' and girls' championships.  Seven new records were broken (see below).  For complete results, click HERE.  In addition, the first-ever OHSAA Junior High State Meet is scheduled for May 13.  

A special shout-out to Kings' Alex Justus and Loveland's Ajay Stutz for finishing first and second in both the 800 and 1600 meter runs!  Check out the final results HERE.

Here's what everyone will be shooting for Monday in the ECC Middle School Track Championships at Kings High School:

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:  Nagel  49.0 (2015)
400 Meter Dash:  Daniel (Walnut Hills ) 53.43 (2013)
4x200 Relay:  Kings  1:42.88 (2013)
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)

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:  Grabenbauer (Milford) 2:30.03 (2017)
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:  Nagel Silver captured the eighth grade Conference title, while Walnut Hills won the seventh grade championship!

GIRLS' BASKETBALL:  Milford won the eighth grade ECC championship, while the seventh grade title went to the Loveland Lady Tigers!

WRESTLING:  The Milford Eagles captured the 2017 middle school wrestling title, held January 27 at Milford High School.  The Eagles outdistanced runner-up and three-time defending champion Loveland 300.5 to 262.  Complete results can be found HERE.

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 tourney 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.