The Eastern Cincinnati Conference is one of the premier athletic and academic conferences in Ohio.  The ECC is comprised of Anderson, Kings, Loveland, Milford, Turpin, Walnut Hills, West Clermont, and Withrow High Schools.  In addition, Little Miami, Lebanon, and Winton Woods will join the conference in the 2020-2021 school year, making an already tremendous conference even better!

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One of the things that makes the Eastern Cincinnati Conference special is the member schools' ability to come together as one and support each another - whether it be in times of sorrow, triumph, or sportsmanship and leadership.  This was best exemplified April 12 when the conference held its inaugural ECC Leadership Summit at Kings High School.  The event featured a number of team-building activities.  Guest speakers included UC Athletic Director Mike Bohn, NFL Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz, OHSFCA Hall of Famer Vince Soriano, and Kings football coaches Alex Garvin and Ron Corradini.

FOOTBALL:  Kings captured the Eastern Cincinnati Conference Championship last fall, the school's third title in the last five years.  The Knights, Anderson, and Milford each advanced to the 2018 Playoffs. 

The regular season begins August 30 with the following match-ups: 
Withrow at Woodward
Milford hosts Princeton
Anderson at Simon Kenton
Kings at Lebanon
Loveland at Sycamore
Turpin at Lakota East
Walnut Hills at Miamisburg
West Clermont hosts Hamilton

BOYS' GOLF:  The Milford Eagles will be shooting for their fifth title in the last six years this fall.  SHOUT OUT:  The Eastern Cincinnati Conference Preseason Tournament was held August 7 at Glenview, with Loveland finishing on top, some eight strokes ahead of Anderson (302-310).  Medalist for the event was the Tigers' Tyler Vallee who fired a 70.  Kings' Jack Parnell was runner-up with a 72.  Individual and team results can be found HERE.  The Postseason Tournament is slated for September 26, also at Glenview.

GIRLS' GOLF:  Kings won its first ever Eastern Cincinnati Conference Championship last season, sweeping the Preseason and Postseason Tournaments, as well as the regular season crown.  SHOUT OUT:  This year's Preseason Tournament winners were the Kings Lady Knights, who outdistanced runner-up Milford by 43 strokes (307-350).  Shout out to the Lady Knights' Kayla Matson, who fired a 75 for a one-stroke win over runners-up Leah Swayne (Kings) and Wu Meiye (Walnut Hills).  The Postseason Tourney scheduled for September 19, also at Walden Ponds.

GIRLS' TENNIS:  After winning the Postseason Tournament and regular season titles, the Turpin Lady Spartans walked away with their fourth consecutive Conference crown last fall.  This year's ECC Tournament is slated for September 24 at Lunken.  SHOUT OUT to Loveland for beginning the 2019 campaign with a perfect 3-0 record after wins over Ursuline, Wyoming, and Beavercreek!

BOYS' SOCCER:  Loveland captured its first Eastern Cincinnati Conference title last fall, knocking off Turpin in the regular season finale to secure the championship.  Turpin did advance to the Regional Semis in postseason play!  SHOUT OUT to both Milford and West Clermont for their season opening wins against Hamilton and Western Brown respectively!

GIRLS' SOCCER:  The Lady Tigers of Loveland is gunning for their sixth Conference Championship in the last seven seasons this fall.  Like the Tiger boys' squad, the Lady Tigers advanced to the Regional Semis in 2018.  SHOUT OUT to Walnut Hills for the Lady Eagles' 2-0 win over Oak Hills on Saturday!  Oak Hills won seven matches last season!

BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY:  Kings will be running for its six Eastern Cincinnati Conference Championship in the last eight years in 2019.  The squad also advanced to the State Championships last fall!  West Clermont HS will host this year's Eastern Cincinnati Conference Meet on October 12.  SHOUT OUT to Kings for finishing tenth at the OHSAA Preseason Invitational August 17!  Alex Justus finished tenth for the Knights!

GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY:  The Lady Spartans of Turpin won last year's Conference Championship, their third in the last five years.  Turpin and Kings each advanced to the 2018 State Meet as teams.  The 2019 Eastern Cincinnati Conference Meet will be held October 12 at West Clermont HS.  SHOUT OUT to Kings for finishing ninth at the OHSAA Preseason Invitational August 17, paced by the outstanding fourth place finish by Brooke Garter!