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The Harrison Wildcats won the 8th Grade SWOC Girls Basketball Tournament by defeating Edgewood on Tuesday, February 5.  During the SWOC Tournament, the Wildcats also defeated Talawanda and Mt. Healthy.  Harrison finishes the season with an overall record of 11-6.  During the regular season, the SWOC final standings saw the following schools all tied at the top with a 7-4 conference mark:  Edgewood; Harrison; and Talawanda.  Congratulations to everyone on an extremely competitive season!!!

On  Tuesday, February 5, the Edgewood Cougars won the 7th Grade SWOC Girls Basketball Tournament Championship by defeating Ross.  The top seeded Cougars defeated Talawanda in earlier tournament action.  Edgewood finished the season with an overall record of 15-1 and a first place regular season SWOC record of 11-0.  Ross finished the season with an overall record of 12-5 and a second place regular season SWOC record of 8-3.  Congratulations Edgewood Cougars!!! 

The Ross Rams won the championship of the 8th Grade SWOC Boys Basketball Tournament on Wednesday, February 6 by defeating Harrison.  The Rams also defeated Little Miami and Pleasant Run in earlier tournament action.  Ross finished the season with a 12-5 overall record and was 8-3 in SWOC regular season play.  During the regular season, Edgewood finished first with an overall record of 12-3 and 10-1 in the SWOC.  Little Miami finished second with an overall record of 11-5 and 9-3 in the SWOC.  Congratulations!!!

On Wednesday, February 6, the Ross Rams won the championship of the 7th Grade SWOC Boys Basketball Tournament by defeating the Panthers of Little Miami.  Previously in the tournament, the Rams defeated Talawanda.  Ross finished the season with an overall record of 15-1 and a first place record of 10-1 in the SWOC regular season.  Little Miami finished the season 13-4, with a second place finish and a 9-3 SWOC record.  Congratulations Ross Rams!!!

The RMS Wrestling team concluded their season in terrific fashion by winning the 2019 SWOC Wrestling Championship. Placing 4th for the Rams were:  Titus Ray and Ben Rye.  Placing 3rd were:  Ryan Foster; Jordan Miller; Trace Kirby; Skylar Baker; and Cade Tatum. Placing 2nd were:  Jaiden Earls and Ryan Iams.  Placing 1st were:  Jovanni Greco; Brayden Bastin; Bryson Bastin; Frankie Gifford; Raymond Beneker; and Bradley Allgeier.  Jovanni Greco and Bryson Bastin finished the season with undefeated records.  Overall, the Rams would claim 4 tournament titles this season and had a dual record of 18-2.  Congratulations to all the wrestlers on a fantastic season.  The RMS Wrestling team has won 12 of the last 16 league titles (SWOC & FAVC combined).  Below, are the final standings from the SWOC tournament:

1     Ross

2     Harrison

3     Edgewood

4     Little Miami

5     Pleasant Run

6     Mt. Healthy

7     Talawanda

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