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Girls Tennis continues divisional play with several key match ups this week.  Divisional leaders Troy, Beavercreek, and Miamisburg each can clinch a share of the divisional championship with wins on Tuesday, September 16.  Troy plays at Sidney, Miamisburg hosts Xenia, and Beavercreek hosts Springfield.   Make plans to check out one of these exciting matches!

The GWOC Boys Soccer teams recently began divisional play and teams are working hard to stay at the top of their division.  Hotly contested rivals, Beavercreek and Centerville, play at Beavercreek High School on Tuesday, September 16.  In the past 9 years, Beavercreek has won three times (2011, 2008, 2007), Centerville has won twice (2010, 2005) and the other four games have been a draw.  Both teams are currently 1 – 0 in the Central division and Tuesday’s game is sure to be a close one!  Another key divisional match-up is Miamisburg vs. Springboro, which will also be played on September 16.  The Vikings and Panthers are both 1 – 0 in the South division and will be vying to take sole possession of first place.  Of note in the North division is undefeated Troy (1 – 0 in the division and 9 – 0 overall), and the improvement of the team at Trotwood who are currently 2 – 3 – 2 overall.  Check out a GWOC soccer game this week!


Friday night football is about more than just football.  Bands, cheerleaders, trainers, students and communities all take great pride in their school’s athletic programs.  Recently, the cheerleaders from Butler were named Cheerleaders of the Week and the bands from Fairborn, Beavercreek, and Fairmont were named Band of the Week by WDTN and WHIO. Make sure to check out a GWOC football game this Friday! 

The area Volleyball Coaches’ Poll recently named seven GWOC schools in their top ten area teams.  Congratulations to Troy (#2),  Lebanon (#3), Centerville (#4), Northmont (#5), Beavercreek (#6), Miamisburg (#8) and Piqua (#10).

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