ECC Winter Sports Season Updates / Honors


BOYS' BASKETBALL:  The West Clermont Wolves captured their first ECC basketball title last winter.  Turpin reached the District Finals as well.  The Turpin Spartans have begun the season 6-0 overall and sit all alone atop the ECC standings with a 3-0 mark (through December 14).

GIRLS' BASKETBALL:  The Lady Eagles of Walnut Hills will be gunning for their fourth straight ECC crown this winter.  Head coach Adam Lazar's squad reached the Regional semis last winter as well.  Read the Enquirer preview HERE.  Loveland is sitting atop the ECC standings with a perfect 5-0 record (through December 14).

Walnut's Darks Tops 1000-Point Milestone
In the Lady Eagles' season opener, Sean Kelly Darks poured in 24 points in a win against Seton on November 22, including her 1000th career point!  Congratulations!

WRESTLING:  West Clermont and Loveland battled for the ECC title at last year's ECC Championship Meet, with the Wolves coming out on top 273-241.  This year's ECC Championships are scheduled for February 22 at Milford HS.  

BOYS' SWIMMING:  Milford won its first conference title in boys' swimming last winter.  The ECC Swim Championships are set for Milford HS on February 25.  The Dive Championships are scheduled for February 23, also at Milford HS.

GIRLS' SWIMMING:  Turpin will be shooting for its third straight ECC Championship and sixth overall.  Milford will host this winter's ECC Dive Championships on February 23 and the Swim Championships on February 25.

BOYS' BOWLING:  The West Clermont Wolves have won the last two ECC titles in boys' bowling.  The ECC/SWOC Showdown is scheduled for January 4 at Northwest Lanes.  West Clermont is currently 6-0 overall and 5-0 in the ECC standings.  Loveland is right behind at 6-1 overall and 5-1 in the league (through December 14).

GIRLS' BOWLING:  The Lady Wolves of West Clermont finished the 2018-2019 season with a perfect 12-0 league record and the ECC crown.  One of the highlights of the regular season is the ECC/SWOC Showdown set for January 4 at Northwest Lanes.  Loveland sits atop the ECC standings with a perfect 7-0 overall record and 6-0 in the ECC (through December 14).

ACADEMIC QUIZ TEAM:  Loveland captured last year's AQT Tournament tile, while Walnut Hills won its seventh straight AQT regular season title.  This year's tournament is slated for February 19 at Talawanda HS. 

CHEER AND DANCE:  This year's Cheer and Dance competition is slated for Walnut Hills HS on February 1.  Milford (cheer) and Kings (dance) look to defend last year's titles.  This is the second year that the Cheer and Dance competition counts toward the All-Sports Trophy.

GYMNASTICS:  Due to the limited number of schools participating in gymnastics, the ECC doesn't officially sponsor the sport.  Our ECC squads that do participate in gymnastics typically fare quite well in both the regular season and into the postseason.  Last winter, Anderson finished second at the City Championships.  This year's City Championships are scheduled for Cincinnati Country Day HS on February 15.  The District Championships are set for February 22 at Lakota East HS.