MVC Winter Sports Season Updates / Honors

11/19/2019

BOYS' BASKETBALL:  Clark Montessori came away with the Scarlet Division title last winter, while Cincinnati Christian and Seven Hills shared the Gray Division crown.  It was Cincinnati Christian's fifth consecutive divisional title in boys' basketball.  Cincinnati Christian sits atop the Scarlet Division, while Cincinnati Country Day and New Miami have begun the season undefeated overall in the Gray Division (through December 6).

GIRLS' BASKETBALL:  Cincinnati Country Day captured the Scarlet Division championship last winter, posting a fine 15-1 regular season MVC record.  It was the Lady Indians' first divisional title since 2011-2012.  In the Gray Division, the St. Bernard Lady Titans won their first divisional title since 2014-2015.  They shared the title with the Clark Montessori Lady Cougars - their fifth straight divisional crown.  Read the Enquirer preview HERE.  Cincinnati Country Day sits at 3-0 to lead the Scarlet Division, while St. Bernard and Seven Hills are 2-0 and and on top in the Gray Division (through December 6).

SUMMIT'S SIMMONS EARNS 300th WIN
Shout out to Summit Country Day's head girls' basketball coach Beth Simmons for earning her 300th career coaching victory in a November 30 match-up at Cincinnati Christian.  Coach Simmons began at Summit in 2001, and the Lady Knights have won six MVC titles since the 2011-2012 season.  Congratulations coach!


WRESTLING:  The Norwood Indians are gunning for their third straight MVC title on the mats.  This year's MVC Championships are slated for February 14 at Norwood.

BOYS' SWIMMING:  Seven Hills captured last year's boys' swim title, scoring an impressive 399 points along the way to their sixth straight league title.  This year's MVC Swim Championships are scheduled for February 1 at Cincinnati Country Day.

GIRLS' SWIMMING:  The Lady Stingers from Seven Hills won their second straight league championship last winter.  This year's MVC Swim Championships are slated for February 1 at Cincinnati Country Day.

BOYS' BOWLING:  Cincinnati Christian won its fourth consecutive boys' bowling crown last winter, narrowly defeating runner-up Norwood by eight pins and ten pins ahead of third place finisher Seven Hills.  Seven Hills has begun the 2019-20 season with a perfect 5-0 record (throug December 6).

GIRLS' BOWLING:  The Lady Cougars from Cincinnati Christian will be hitting the lanes in search of their fourth straight MVC title.  Clark Montessori and Cincinnati Christian are a combined 6-0 to begin this season (through December 6).

GYMNASTICS:  Although the Miami Valley Conference doesn't officially sponsor gymnastics, MVC schools typically fare well during the regular season and into the postseason.  Last winter, Cincinnati Country Day placed fifth in the City Championships.  This year's City Championships will be held February 15 at Cincinnati Country Day, while the District Championships are slated for Lakota East on February 22.