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The Miami Valley Conference is comprised of the following schools:  Cincinnati Christian, Cincinnati Country Day, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, Clark Montessori, Lockland, New Miami, North College Hill, Norwood, Miami Valley Christian Academy, Seven Hills, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place, and Summit Country Day.  Dayton Christian and Cincinnati College Prep Academy are members in the sport of football only.  In addition, Purcell Marian and Roger Bacon are set to join the MVC in football only beginning with the 2019-2020 school year. 

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Good luck to all of our athletes, coaches, athletic directors, administrators, and parents who make the Miami Valley Conference the premier small-school league in the state!

FOOTBALL:  CHCA and Dayton Christian look to defend their 2017 Conference titles in football.  CHCA is shooting for its fourth straight Scarlet Division championship and sixth MVC title overall.  Dayton Christian is going after its third Gray Division title in the last four years.

BOYS' GOLF:  Summit Country Day has won the past two MVC crowns in boys' golf.  The MVC Championship tournament is a two-day event.  Day one found Seven Hills with a four-shot lead over CHCA (329-333).  CHCA's Jack Lindgren was medalist, shooting a 75.  Seven Hills' Egan Dewitt was second with a 76. Day two is scheduled for September 20 at Glenview Golf Course at 8 am.

GIRLS' GOLF:  The MVC requires four teams to compete in order to crown a Conference champion.  Look for updates concerning our schools who are competing as the season progresses.

GIRLS' TENNIS:  Summit Country Day walked away with last year's Conference championship, breaking a string of four straight titles by Seven Hills.  

BOYS' SOCCER:  Summit Country Day is gunning for its seventh MVC title in the last eight years in boys' soccer.  In addition, the Silver Knights have won five of the past six OHSAA State Championships in boys' soccer.

GIRLS' SOCCER:  Last fall, Summit Country Day captured its seventh MVC crown in the past nine years.  The Lady Knights also won the 2017 State Championship in girls' soccer.

BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY:  Summit Country Day has won eight of the past nine MVC titles in boys' cross country.  The Conference Meet is slated for October 9.

GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY:  Like the Summit Country Day boys, the Lady Knights have also won eight of the past nine MVC cross country titles.  The MVC Championships are scheduled for October 9.

VOLLEYBALL:  Cincinnati Country Day (Gray Division) and CHCA (Scarlet Division) look to defend their Conference championships this fall.  CHCA will be going after its fifth title in the last six years.

Look for upcoming Athlete and Team of the Week award winners!

FOOTBALL
TBA

BOYS' GOLF
Seven Hills (#1)
CHCA (#2)
Summit Country Day (#8)
Cincinnati Country Day (#10)

GIRLS' GOLF
Summit Country Day (#4)
Cincinnati Country Day (#10)

GIRLS' TENNIS
Seven Hills (#2)
Summit Country Day (#3)
Cincinnati Country Day (#5)
CHCA (#6)

BOYS' SOCCER
Summit Country Day (#5 in Division II)
CHCA (#7 in Division II)
Cincinnati Country Day (#1 in Division III)
Seven Hills (#3 in Division III)
Cincinnati Christian (#10 in Division III)

GIRLS' SOCCER
Summit Country Day (#2 in Division II)
CHCA (#2 in Division III)
Cincinnati Country Day (#3 in Division III)
Seven Hills (#4 in Division III)
Summit Country Day (#9 in Division III)
Clark Montessori (#10 in Division III)

BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY
Clark Montessori (#3)
Summit Country Day (#6)

GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY
Summit Country Day (#9)

VOLLEYBALL
Summit Country Day (#8 in Division II)
CHCA (#3 in Division III)
Cincinnati Christian (#6 in Division III)
Seven Hills (#7 in Division III)
MVCA and Summit Country Day (#10 in Division III)

The Greater Cincinnati Sports Awards ceremony was held April 23, and the Miami Valley Conference was well represented at the event.  Norwood's Miranda Sanderfer received the Heart and Hustle Award.  Summit Country Day's Ravin Alexander (girls' soccer), Harrison Schertzinger (boys' soccer), and Alea Harris (girls' basketball), and Seven Hills' Audrey Wilson (girls' bowling) earned top player awards int heir respective sports.  Read more about the event HERE.  Spring athletes will be recognized at a ceremony later this summer.

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