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 is a member in the sport of football only.  In addition, Purcell Marian and Roger Bacon are set to join the MVC in football only beginning this fall. 

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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!

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 begins August 9 at Beavercreek Golf Course.  Day two is slated for September 19 at Glenview Golf Course.

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 postseason.

GIRLS' TENNIS:  CHCA and Summit Country Day reigned as co-champions in 2018.  Both squads will be tough to beat again in 2019.

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 CHCA and Cincinnati Country Day.

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.

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.

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.

VOLLEYBALL:  CHCA won its fifth straight Scarlet Division title last fall, while Clark Montessori won the Gray Division Championship.

Check here often to stay up-to-date on our athletes who earn Player of the Week honors and other accolades.

Shout out to the following MVC athletes, coach, and athletic director who were nominees for the April 18 High School Sports Awards event at Music Hall:

Seven Hills' Emma Shuppert (girls' swimming)
Clark Montessori's Dasia Thornton (girls' basketball)
St. Bernard's Matt Koenig (AD of the Year)
Summit Country Day's Scott Sievering (Boys' Coach of the Year)

Previously announced fall nominees include:
Summit’s Catherine Coldiron (girls' cross country)
Summit’s Elijah Weaver (boys' cross country)
Seven Hills' Max Lane (boys' golf)
CHCA's Jack Sonne (boys' golf)
Cincinnati Country Day's Kate Brock (girls' soccer)
CHCA's Laney Huber (girls' soccer)
Summit's Colleen McIlvenna (girls' soccer)
Cincinnati Country Day Tony Buechly (boys' soccer)
Seven Hills' Brennan Callow (boys' soccer)
Summit's Doug Simpson (boys' soccer)

Complete list can be found HEREUPDATE:  Congratulations to Brennan Callow for being named the top boys' soccer player!  See complete list of winners HERE.

Shuppert Goes Out On Top!

Congratulations to Seven Hills' Emma Shuppert, who finished her Lady Stinger swimming career with a STATE CHAMPIONSHIP in the final race of her career!  She swam the 100 back in a time of 53.93 to bring home the State title!  Emma also finished eighth in the 200 IM.  She led the Seven Hills' squad to a fifth place finish - its highest State Meet finish in school history.  Congratulations Emma!

Other MVC swimmers to reach the girls' podium included Seven Hills' Ella Jo Piersma (third in 200 free and fourth in 100 free), CHCA's Jessey Li (fifth in 100 free), and the Seven Hills' 200 medley relay (second) and 400 free relay (fourth).  On the boys' side, Seven Hills' Greg Kalin finished runner-up in both the 100 back and 100 fly, while brother Tim placed sixth in the 100 back.  The Stingers' 200 medley relay (second) and 400 free relay (fourth) also made the podium. 

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