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The Miami Valley Conference is excited to welcome Miami Valley Christian Academy, Norwood, and Cincinnati College Prep Academy (football only) to the Conference!  These schools bring a rich history of athletic and academic excellence to our Conference.  Check out the new divisional breakdowns for the fall season in football and volleyball.  

The MVC website features a number of Home Page stories which can be read below.  In addition, an even larger number of stories can be found by clicking on the "In The News" link above.  These stories come from school web sites, local newspapers, and other media sources.  Keep up-to-date on your local teams and athletes by periodically checking this "In The News" link above.  

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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 (Scarlet Division) and Lockland (Gray Division) will be looking to defend their 2016 MVC football titles this fall.  The Eagles will be looking for their fourth straight MVC divisional crown.  

BOYS' GOLF:  Summit Country Day captured the 2016 MVC boys' golf crown, while Seven Hills came home with the 2016 OHSAA State Championship!  Read more about the Stingers HERE.  Summit Country Day or Seven Hills have won twenty-five of the league's thirty-two boys' golf championships.  The first round of the 2017 MVC Golf Tournament is slated for this morning at Beavercreek Golf Club beginning at 9 am.  Second round action is scheduled for September 21 at Glenview.

GIRLS' GOLF:  The MVC requires four teams to compete in order to crown a Conference champion.  CHCA, Cincinnati Country Day, and Summit Country Day, however, will compete this fall.

GIRLS' TENNIS:  Seven Hills will be gunning for its fifth straight MVC title this fall!  

BOYS' SOCCER:  Summit Country Day will be looking to defend its MVC championship this fall as well as its 2016 OHSAA State Championship!  The Silver Knights have won two consecutive State titles, in addition to five of the last six Conference crowns.

GIRLS' SOCCER:  Cincinnati Country Day and Summit Country Day shared the 2016 girls' soccer title, and this fall should be another competitive season of girls' soccer.

BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY:  Summit Country Day has captured seven of the past eight Conference titles.  This year's Conference Meet is scheduled for October 10 at Voice of America Park at 4 pm.

GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY:  The Lady Eagles from CHCA won last year's girls' cross country title, breaking a seven-year run by Summit Country Day.  This year's Conference Meet is scheduled for October 10 at Voice of America Park at 4 pm.

VOLLEYBALL:  Seven Hills (Gray Division) and Summit Country Day and CHCA (Scarlet Division) will be looking to defend their 2016 Conference titles this fall.

Check daily for updates!

FOOTBALL
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BOYS' SOCCER
Summit Country Day (#1 in Division III)
Cincinnati Country Day (#2 in Division III)
Seven Hills (#4 in Division III)
Cincinnati Christian (#6 in Division III)
Norwood (#10 in Division III)
CHCA (#10 in Division II)

GIRLS' SOCCER
Summit Country Day (#1 in Division III)
CHCA (#3 in Division III)
Seven Hills (#4 in Division III)
Cincinnati Country Day (#4 in Division II)
Cincinnati Christian (#10 in Division III)

VOLLEYBALL
CHCA (#2)
Summit Country Day (#4)
Cincinnati Christian (#6)
Seven Hills (#10)

BOYS' GOLF
Summit Country Day (#1)
Cincinnati Country Day (#3)
CHCA (#6)
Seven Hills (#8)

GIRLS' GOLF
Summit Country Day (#3)

BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY
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GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY
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GIRLS' TENNIS
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Congratulations to Cincinnati Christian's Stephen Lunt and Cincinnati Country Day's Olivia Robinson and Kevin Yu for earning SWDAB Scholar-Athlete Scholarships! They received their awards at the 24th annual Scholar-Athlete Reception on June 20 at the Dayton Marriott. Forty athletes were presented with monetary awards and recognition. See the complete list HERE.

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