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Championship venues have been set for the following 2019 Fall Sports tournaments/meet:

Saturday, October 12 - 7th Grade Volleyball @ Little Miami - 10:00 AM

Saturday, October 12 - 8th Grade Volleyball @ Ross - 10:00  AM

Saturday, October 12 - MS Cross Country @ Talawanda High School - 1:00 PM


Junior High Honor Society Activities - The students went to North Elementary to read to the elementary students.  The students go to Mt. Healthy Christian Village to take Christmas ornaments they made as well as candy and cards.  While there, they also played Bingo with the residents.  The students also sent Christmas cards to a terminally ill child in Louisiana who wanted to receive 200 cards by Christmas.

                                                                                          

On Tuesday, April 30, the Ross Rams Girls Track & Field team won the 2019 SWOC Middle School Track & Field Championship.  The Rams finished 2 points ahead of Talawanda to capture the championship.  The final results were:  1. Ross (116.33); 2. Talawanda (114.33); 3. Little Miami (107); 4. Edgewood (93.33); 5. Harrison (79); 6. Pleasant Run (40); and 7. Mt. Healthy (30).  Congratulations Ross Rams!!!  Team and individual results can be found here:  http://www.finishtiming.com/links.php?uniqueid=5AE84EF5BD0&link=2

The Edgewood Cougars Boys Track & Field team won the 2019 SWOC Middle School Boys Championship on Tuesday, April 30.  Edgewood finished 30.5 points ahead of Talawanda to claim the title.  The final results were:  1. Edgewood (146.5); 2. Talawanda (116); 3. Little Miami (105); 4. Mt. Healthy (86); 5. Harrison (69.5); 6. Pleasant Run (51); and 7. Ross (8).  Congratulations Edgewood Cougars!!!  Team and individual results can be found here:  http://www.finishtiming.com/links.php?uniqueid=5AE84EF5BD0&link=2

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!!!

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