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.  Cincinnati College Prep Academy, Roger Bacon, and Purcell Marian are members in the sport of football only.

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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:  The CHCA Eagles won their sixth straight Scarlet Division crown last year, while New Miami walked away with the Gray Division title.  CHCA, New Miami, and MVCA each earned playoff berths in 2018!  SHOUT OUT to the CHCA Eagles, the Summit Country Day Silver Knights, and the New Miami Vikings for beginning the 2019 season with perfect 3-0 records!  SHOUT OUT to Roger Bacon's Corey Kiner for breaking the school's all-time scoring mark!  Read more HERE.

St. Bernard lost to Shroder 28-6
North College Hill fell to Aiken 26-6
CHCA over Carlisle 42-21
Norwood lost at Madeira 42-0
Summit Country Day defeated Landmark Christian 33-0
Lockland lost at West Jefferson 53-7
Purcell Marian downed Reading 19-0
New Miami downed Gamble Montessori 32-6 (read more HERE)
MVCA fell to Hillcrest 26-7
Cincinnati College Prep over Finneytown 8-6
Clark Montessori fell to Clermont Northeastern 35-0
Roger Bacon bested Dunbar 23-8

North College Hill fell to Hughes 26-25
Norwood loses  Fenwick 67-13
Clark Montessori lost to Deer Park 46-0
Summit Country Day beat Cincinnati Country Day 28-0 (read more HERE)
Lockland downed Hillcrest 20-8
Roger Bacon defeated Newport Central Catholic 41-14 (read more HERE)
CCPA defeated Green HS 54-14
New Miami shutout Landmark 35-0
CHCA lost Lexington Catholic 47-37
MVCA fell to South Point 41-6
St. Bernard lost to Williamsburg 28-8
Purcell Marian beat Shroder 27-20

Clark Montessori vs. Gamble Montessori (Saturday)
Norwood fell to Woodstock North 61-9
Roger Bacon over Woodward 45-6
Lockland downed by Hughes 34-15
Purcell Marian fell to  Madeira 39-6
Summit Country Day downed Reading 33-0
CHCA beat McNicholas 40-33
Cincinnati Country Day defeated Holy Cross 38-20
North College Hill over Meadowdale 49-8
New Miami downed Fayetteville Perry 39-0
St. Bernard beat Bellevue 42-28
MVCA lost to Deer Park 41-0
Cincinnati College Prep fell at Taylor 28-16

Roger Bacon at Badin
CHCA hosts Walton-Verona
Cincinnati Country Day at Lockland
Summit Country Day hosts Clermont Northeastern
Purcell Marian at McNicholas
MVCA at North College Hill
Norwood at Goshen
New Miami at St. Bernard
Cincinnati College Prep at Clark Montessori (Withrow HS)

BOYS' GOLF:  Seven Hills captured its fifth Miami Valley Conference Championship in the last ten years last fall, as well as finishing seventh at the State Championships!  The two-day Conference Championship was held August 19 at Beavercreek Golf Course.  Day two is slated for Thursday at Glenview Golf Course.  SHOUT OUT goes to Summit Country Day who finished first in day one of the MVC Golf Championship at Beavercreek Golf Course.  Doug Simpson led the Knights with a 78, good enough for medalist honors!

GIRLS' GOLF:  The Miami Valley Conference doesn't officially sponsor girls' golf due to a limited number of squads participating at the varsity level.  The teams that do field a team typically fare well during the regular season and the postseason.

GIRLS' TENNIS:  CHCA and Summit Country Day reigned as co-champions in 2018.  Both squads will be tough to beat again in 2019.  SHOUT OUT to CHCA for the squad's 3-2 win over Seven Hills on September 12 and for beginning the season 3-0 in MVC play!

BOYS' SOCCER:  Summit Country Day won its fourth consecutive State Championship in 2018.  What's amazing is that the Knights didn't win the Conference title.  That distinction went to Seven Hills and Cincinnati Country Day.  SHOUT OUT to Summit Country Day for the squad's 2-1 victory over Cincinnati Country Day September 12.  The win brings the Knights' overall record to 6-3-1, good enough for first in the Scarlet Division.  Cincinnati Christian leads the Gray Division with a 4-0-1 mark.

GIRLS' SOCCER:  The Lady Indians of Cincinnati Country Day won the 2018 State Championship and Miami Valley Conference crown on their way to a superb 20-2 overall record.  SHOUT OUT to the Lady Stingers of Seven Hills on their 2-1 win over Mariemont last week - the team's first win against the perennial powerhouse in thirteen years!  Also, SHOUT OUT to Norwood who is sitting at 6-0-1 in the Gray Division and to Cincinnati Country Day for beginning the season with a 6-0-1 record.

BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY:  The Silver Knights of Summit will look to capture their tenth MVC crown in the last eleven years this fall.  The Miami Valley Conference Meet is scheduled for October 10 at Cincinnati Country Day.  SHOUT OUT to Seven Hills for finishing fourteenth at the September 14 Milford Invitational.  Clark Montessori, CHCA, and Cincinnati Country Day finished seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth respectively.  CHCA's Jackson Davis paced MVC runners with an eleventh place finish.  Complete results can be found HERE.  At the September 14 Bethel Tate Invitational, St. Bernard finished eighth, led by Cardale Simpson's fifteenth place finish.  Complete results are HERE.

GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY:  The Summit Lady Knights will also be gunning for their tenth Conference title in the last eleven years this fall.  The Conference Meet is slated for October 10 at Cincinnati Country Day.  SHOUT OUT to CHCA for finishing tenth at the September 14 Milford Invitational.  Seven Hills (15th), Cincinnati Country Day (16th), and Clark Montessori (18th) also participated.  CCD's Natalie De Beer led all MVC runners with an impressive eighth place finish.  St. Bernard competed in the September 14 Bethel Tate Invitational, led by Kristal Garcia, who ran a time of 30:59.60.  Complete results are HERE.