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The Edgewood Cougars won the 8th Grade SWOC Girls Basketball Tournament by winning both of their tournament games.  During the SWOC Regular Season, the Cougars compiled an impressive record of 16-0 overall (12-0 in the SWOC).  This matches last season, as 7th Graders, when Edgewood posted an undefeated conference season and a tournament championship.  Little Miami finished second in the regular season standings with a SWOC record of 8-4. Congratulations Edgewood Cougars!!!

The Panthers, of Little Miami, won the 8th Grade SWOC Boys Basketball Tournament by winning their three tournament games.  Little Miami finishes the season with an outstanding record of 16-3.  During the SWOC Regular Season, Little Miami finished tied for first with the Talawanda Brave.  Both teams finished with a SWOC record of 10-2. Congratulations Little Miami Panthers!!!

The Harrison Wildcats won the 7th Grade SWOC Girls Basketball Tournament by winning both of their tournament games.    The Wildcats finish the season with an impressive 17-1 overall record. Harrison finished the regular season with a SWOC record of 11-1, while Little Miami finished second in the standings at 10-2.  Congratulations Harrison Wildcats!!!

The Talawanda Brave won the 7th Grade SWOC Boys Basketball Tournament by winning all three of their tournament games.    The Brave conclude the season with an outstanding 16-3 overall record. Little Miami finished the regular season with a SWOC record of 12-0, while Talawanda finished second in the standings at 10-2.  Congratulations Talawanda Brave!!!

To conclude a fantastic season on the mat, the Harrison Junior High Wrestling team captured their third team tournament title this weekend.  This title was for a SWOC Championship.  The Wildcats blew the competition out by 46 points.  For Harrison, Cohl Wandsnider, Wyatt Brock, Jayden Little, Jacob Newton, and Isaiah Nejib all captured individual titles, while Dom Chaney, Reagan Briggs, and Gavin Stark were runner-ups.  Placing third were Jaxon Beischel, Anthony Pangallo, Ben Seta, and Chris Loos.  Placing fourth were Bryce Marsh, Baron Miller, Addisen Kohls, and Vernon Meyer.  Final team standings were:  1. Harrison (247.0); 2. Pleasant Run (201.0); 3. (Tie) Little Miami/Ross (143.0); 5. Edgewood (92.5); 6. Talawanda (81.0); and 7. Mt. Healthy (80.0).  Team and individual results can be found here: https://www.baumspage.com/jh/swoc/2019/2020%20Results.htm

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