MVC Winter Sports Season Updates / Honors

11/14/2018

BOYS' BASKETBALL:  The CHCA Eagles and the Clark Montessori Eagles sit atop the Scarlet Division standings with 2-0 marks.  In the Gray Division, New Miami, Cincinnati Christian, and Seven Hills are all currently 2-0 (as of December 9).

Seven Hills' Hill Eclipses 1000-Point Mark

Congratulations to the Stingers' Brice Hill for scoring his 1000th point in a game at St. Bernard on December 7.

GIRLS' BASKETBALL:  The Lady Knights from Summit Country Day won their fourth straight Scarlet Division championship last winter, finishing the season with a perfect 16-0 MVC record.  The girls finished the season with a 26-1 record after falling in the Regional Semis.  Seven Hills and Clark Montessori shared the Gray Division crown.

WRESTLING:  Norwood won the 2017-18 MVC wrestling title, breaking a string of ten straight titles by North College Hill.  The MVC Championships are scheduled for Cincinnati Country Day on February 8.

BOYS' SWIMMING:  Seven Hills made it five straight MVC titles in swimming last winter.  This year's MVC Meet is slated for February 2 at Cincinnati Country Day.

GIRLS' SWIMMING:  The Lady Stingers from Seven Hills won their first-ever MVC swim title last year.  This winter's MVC Swim Championships are scheduled for Cincinnati Country Day on February 2.

BOYS' BOWLING:  Cincinnati Christian captured its third consecutive MVC title last winter.  The Cougars and Seven Hills both advanced to Districts last year.  The MVC title is determined at a Conference tournament, scheduled for February 11 at Madison Bowl.

GIRLS' BOWLING:  Cincinnati Christian has won back-to-back MVC crowns and will be shooting for number three this winter.  The team was also Sectional Champions and joined Seven Hills as District participants last winter.  The MVC title is determined at a Conference tournament, scheduled to be held at Madison Bowl on February 11.

GYMNASTICS:  Although the Miami Valley Conference doesn't officially sponsor the sport of gymnastics due to a limited number of schools participating, our schools typically fare well during the season and postseason.  Cincinnati Country Day finished tenth at Districts, while Seven Hills finished twelfth!