ECC Fall Sports Season Updates / Honors


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 SHOUT OUT to the Turpin Spartans for beginning the season with a 3-0 record.

Withrow downed Woodward 12-8
Milford lost to Princeton 38-7
Anderson won at Simon Kenton 44-16 (read more HERE)
Kings defeated Lebanon 34-20
Loveland fell at Sycamore 50-20
Turpin over Lakota East 35-21 (read more HERE)
Walnut Hills lost at Miamisburg 28-21
West Clermont fell to Hamilton 21-7

Milford downed Dunbar 27-26
Anderson fell at Hamilton 28-14
Kings downed Sycamore 31-24
Loveland fell to Lebanon 50-20
Turpin over Northwest 41-7
Walnut Hills defeated AIken 48-6
West Clermont fell to Winton Woods 49-0
Withrow lost to Princeton 42-0

Withrow lost to Taft 29-26 (read more HERE)
Milford downed Loveland  47-13 (read more HERE)
Anderson fell at Harrison 6-0
Kings beat Northwest 38-6
Walnut Hills defeated Western Hills 35-6
West Clermont fell to Lebanon 16-6
Turpin over Troy 62-13

Milford at Walnut Hills
Kings at Anderson
West Clermont at Turpin
Loveland at Withrow

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.  SHOUT OUT to Anderson's Jackson Miller, Charlie Crider, and Ethan Laake!  These three young men occupy the top three spots in scoring average in the entire ECC (as of September 18)!

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 this morning, also at Walden Ponds.  SHOUT OUT to Kings' Leah Swayne for leading the ECC in scoring average, just ahead of Milford's Abi Loux (as of September 18)!

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 Walnut Hills who sits atop the ECC standings with a perfect 5-0 record (through September 18).

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 Walnut Hills and Turpin who sit at 2-0-1 atop the conference standings.  Loveland is right on their heels at 3-1.

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 the Anderson Lady Redskins who are leading the ECC with a 3-0 record (7-1-1 overall)!  

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 Turpin for finishing first at the September 14 Milford Invitational.  Three other ECC squads finished in the top ten:  Walnut Hills (third), Milford (eighth), and Anderson (ninth).  Individually, six Spartans finished in the top twelve, paced by Peter and John Morton who placed first and second respectively.  Complete results can be found HERE.  At the September 14 Cedarville Invitational, Kings finished sixteenth led by Ryan Flecker's twenty-fifth place finish.  Complete results can be found HERE.  West Clermont boys finished runner-up at the September 14 Bethel Tate Invitational.  Davis Lagana led the way with his second place finish.  Complete results are HERE.

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 Turpin for finishing third at the May 14 Milford Invitational, one place ahead of Walnut Hills.  Milford finished eighth.  Turpin's Ella Lambert (third) and Anderson's Emma Stenger (fourth) led ECC runners.  Complete race results can be found HERE.  Also on September 14, Kings finished runner-up at the Cedarville Invitational.  The Lady Knights' Brooke Garter placed second and Anderson's Sara Doughman finished fourth.  Compete results can be found HERE.  At the September 14 Bethel Tate Invitational, West Clermont finished second.  Colleen Arrasmith led the Lady Wolves with her sixth place finish.  Complete results are HERE.