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The Eastern Cincinnati Conference is made up of Anderson, Kings, Loveland, Milford, Turpin, Walnut Hills, West Clermont, and Withrow High Schools, making it one of the premier athletic and academic conferences in Ohio.  To stay up-to-date on ECC news, results, and statistics, visit the site often.  In addition, check out the IN THE NEWS tab, as well as our Twitter feed HERE and our Facebook page HERE, for more school-specific stories and links to stories from local media outlets.

Best of luck to our athletes and teams during the upcoming 2018-2019 school year!

FOOTBALL:  Three teams shared the 2017 ECC title - Anderson, Milford, and West Clermont.  All three squads advanced to the OHSAA playoffs in 2017!  This year's gridiron race should be just as exciting!  The 2018 football season kicks off the week of August 20.

BOYS' GOLF:  The Loveland Tigers captured the 2017 ECC golf championship.  The Tigers and the Milford Eagles will each be shooting for their fourth ECC title in the past seven years.  This year's ECC Preview was held at Glenview and was won by Milford.  The Eagles finished 15 strokes ahead of runner-up Turpin.  Medalists for the event were Loveland's Jeffrey Main and Milford's Justin Horn at 73.  The ECC Postseason Tournament (varsity only) is slated for September 27 at Glenview at 7:30 am.

GIRLS' GOLF:  Loveland will be going after its fourth consecutive ECC championship in girls' golf.  The ECC Preview was held at Walden Ponds, with Kings walking away with the win over runner-up Milford (341 to 351).  Medalist honors went to the Lady Knights' Kayla Matson.  The Conference Postseason Tournament (varsity and reserve) is set for September 20 at Walden Ponds at 8 am.

GIRLS' TENNIS:  The Lady Spartans of Turpin have their sites set on a fourth straight Conference championship this spring.  Turpin's Caitlin Fisher will attempt to advance to the State Championships for the fourth consecutive year!  This year's ECC Championships are slated for September 25 at Lunken.

BOYS' SOCCER:  Anderson is gunning for its third straight Conference title in boys' soccer.  The Redskins, Turpin, and Walnut Hills have each won two ECC Championships since the inception of the ECC. 

GIRLS' SOCCER:  Loveland won the 2017 State Championship and will, again, be one of the top teams in the area.  The Lady Tigers have won the past two, and four of the past five, ECC crowns in girls' soccer.  

BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY:  Kings will be running for its third straight ECC championship in boys' cross country.  The squad advanced to the State Championships last spring, finishing 20th overall!  The ECC Championships are scheduled for October 13 at West Clermont HS.

GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY:  The Kings Lady Knights will be aiming for their third Conference title in the past four years this spring.  Turpin's Sam Bush and West Clermont's Maddie Walker and Morgan Walsh return this spring after advancing to the State Meet last year!  West Clermont is scheduled to host this year's ECC Championships on October 13.

VOLLEYBALL:  Loveland won last year's volleyball championship, but four teams (Loveland, Turpin, Kings, and Anderson) have won ECC titles over the past six years.

Look for Player of the Week and Team of the Week awards here!

FOOTBALL
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BOYS' GOLF
Milford (#5)
Loveland (#7)
Anderson (#10)

GIRLS' GOLF
Kings (#7)
Loveland (#9)

GIRLS' TENNIS
Turpin (#5)
Loveland (#9)
Walnut Hills (#10)

BOYS' SOCCER
Anderson (#4)
Loveland (#8)
Turpin (#9)

GIRLS' SOCCER
Loveland (#1)
Anderson (#5)
Turpin (#10)

BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY
Turpin (#3)
Kings (#4)
Anderson (#6)

GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY
Turpin and Kings (#4)
Anderson (#8)

VOLLEYBALL
Loveland (#6)
Turpin (#8)
Anderson (#10)

Shout out to all of the athletes honored at the Greater Cincinnati Sports Awards celebration April 23.  Loveland's Colleen Swift received the Ms. Greater Cincinnati award and Anderson's Emily Lewis earned the Courage Award!  Top players in each sports were also recognized, including Walnut Hills' Katie Hallinan (girls' golf) and Anderson's Matt Fickenworth (boys' soccer).  In addition, Loveland's State Championship soccer team earned the "Play of the Year" award.  Read more about the event HERE.  Spring athletes will be recognized at a ceremony later this summer.

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