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 one 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.

Congratulations to the following ECC athletes for being nominated for the High School Sports Awards event at Music Hall held April 18.  See complete list HERE (including the previously announced fall nominees):

West Clermont's Morgan Southall (swimming)
Anderson's Mattie Bailey (gymnastics)
Walnut Hills' Maggie Fricker (gymnastics)
Turpin's Olivia Meagher (gymnastics)
Turpin's Serra Tuzun (gymnastics)
Walnut Hills' Kennedi Myles (girls' basketball)
Anderson's Brooke Peters (Heart & Hustle Award)

Turpin's Sam Bush (girls' cross country)
Turpin's Caitlin Fisher (girls' tennis)
Loveland's Brooke Harden (girls' soccer)
Anderson's Brodie Sallows (boys' soccer)
Turpin's Chris Workman (boys' soccer)
Milford's Matthew Marks (boys' water polo)
Milford's Ellen Victory (girls' water polo)
Milford's Cameron Kells (football)

Congratulations to all of our nominees!  UPDATE:  Shout out to Sam Bush for being named the top girls' cross country runner!  See complete results HERE.


Congratulations to West Clermont's Morgan Southall for winning the 2019 Division I STATE Dive Championship!  The senior becomes the first State Champion in West Clermont school history, as well as the first State Champ from the ECC this school year!  Final State Dive Meet results can be seen HERE.

BASEBALL:  Loveland will be shooting for its fourth straight ECC title this spring.  Milford or Loveland has won or shared every league baseball championship since the creation of the ECC (Anderson shared the title with Milford in 2014).  Kings (16-3 overall) currently sits undefeated in ECC play with an 8-0 record.  Turpin is currently 6-2 in league play (through April 23).

SOFTBALL:  Loveland won the first ECC softball title back in 2013, but Milford has won or shared the championship every year since then.  Last year, the Lady Eagles shared the title with West Clermont before falling in the District Championship game.  This spring, West Clermont (10-4) sits atop the league standings at 9-1, with Anderson and Milford sit at 7-2 in league play (though April 23).  

BOYS' TRACK:  The Withrow Tigers won their first Conference championship in boys' track last spring.  Loveland, however, has won four of the seven ECC titles since the league began back in 2012-2013.  The 2019 Conference Meet is slated for May 8 and 10 at Anderson HS.

GIRLS' TRACK:  Last spring, Kings broke a string of three straight league titles by Withrow and look to defend its crown in 2019.  Anderson will again host the Conference Meet on May 8 and 10.

BOYS' TENNIS:  The Spartans will be gunning for their sixth straight ECC crown this spring.  Head coach Kate Rodgers has been named Coach of the Year for five straight seasons.  This spring, Loveland has jumped out to an early regular season lead, sitting at 11-2 overall and 5-0 in ECC matches.  Kings is also 3-1 in ECC matches.  This year's ECC Tournament is slated for Tuesday at Lunken.  

BOYS' LACROSSE:  This is the third year that the ECC has sponsored boys' lacrosse, and Loveland is shooting for its third straight title.  Kings sits atop the ECC standings with a 3-0 record, while Walnut Hills is 3-1 (games reported through April 23).

GIRLS' LACROSSE:  The Lady Tigers of Loveland will also be shooting for their third straight ECC championship.  The ladies from Kings have jumped out to an overall record of 9-3 and 3-0 in the league, while Loveland is 8-2 overall and 2-1 in ECC play (games reported through April 23).