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GWOC softball teams continue making their way through the OHSAA Districts this week. Tonight, May 14th, teams will take the field at 5:00pm. Good luck to all!

Springboro vs. Miamisburg at Fairmont HS
Lebanon vs. Troy at Springboro HS
Fairmont vs. Middletown at Miamisburg HS
Greenville vs. Franklin at Bellbrook HS

Thank you to everyone who came out last week for the multi-day GWOC Track & Field Conference Meet. Results are now posted to the website under "Spring:" 

Congratulations to the Butler (North), Trotwood (South) and Miamisburg (West) boys teams on their 2019 Division titles! The Wayne boys team took home the East Division and the GWOC Conference titles - Congratulations!

Congratulations are also in order for the 2019 girls track & field Division Champions: Beavercreek (East), Trotwood (South) and Northmont (West). The 2019 East Division and GWOC Champions are Troy - Congratulations!

This year's GWOC Track & Field Meet is coming up Wednesday, May 8th and Friday, May 10th at Troy High School. Field events begin Wednesday at 12pm and Friday at 5pm. Running events begin Wednesday at 3pm and Friday at 6pm. Admission each day is $6 for adults, $4 for students. Temperatures are heating up, and so is the competition, so come on out and support your GWOC track & field teams!

The week of May 6th will see several postseason match ups as teams make their way through the 2019 sectionals schedule, on the road to the 2019 OHSAA state tournament. Stay tuned for more after this first set of games - Good luck to all teams!

Monday, May 6th @ 5:00pm
Wayne at Springboro
Fairborn at Butler
Tecumseh at Lebanon
Stebbins at Beavercreek
Troy at Xenia
Sidney at Fairmont

Centerville at Middletown

Tuesday, May 7th @ 5:00pm 
Greenville vs. Dunbar
Trotwood at Eaton

Congratulations to Centerville (East), Troy (North), Fairborn (South) and Springboro (West) on each of their 2019 Division titles! There is more tennis to enjoy this season, starting with a handful of matches Monday, May 6th, Tuesday, May 7th and Wednesday, May 8th.

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