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In pursuing its mission of improving student leadership skills and interschool relationships, the GMC has announced its second annual Student Leadership Summit presented by Beacon Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. This interactive leadership collaborative is set for Thursday, September 19th at the Wilks Center on the Miami University - Hamilton Campus. With each of the ten conference schools sending 10 student leaders accompanied by selected administrators and coaches, there will be a number of developmental leadership and personal growth activities.

The keynote speaker and facilitator will be renowned author and coach, Alan Stein.  Mr. Stein, author of "Raise Your Game", in addition to delivering overview remarks throughout the day will also be lending his expertise to assisting the various student leaders in realizing their leadership potential.  A description of Alan Stein's book "Raise your Game" can be accessed through this link: https://raiseyourgamebook.com/

For those not familiar with Alan Stein, below is his speaker introduction biography:

Alan Stein, Jr. teaches proven strategies to create winning mindsets, rituals, and routines during the
unseen hours. As a successful business owner and veteran basketball performance coach, Alan spent 15+ years working with the highest-performing athletes on the planet (including NBA superstar Kevin Durant). He now transfers that vast experience to help businesses and organizations develop championship-level performance, cohesion, and accountability. Alan is a dynamic storyteller who delivers practical lessons that can be implemented immediately, and his programs reveal how to utilize the same approaches in business that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level.

Needless to say the Greater Miami Conference is looking forward to another productive conference leadership activity and is extremely appreciative for the support of Beacon Orthopaedic Sports Medicine in making this program a reality.

With beginning of the Greater Miami Conference sports campaigns on the near horizon, conference officials are sharing the fall GMC admission prices in selected sports.

Football: Varsity - $8.00 (student pre-sale $5), JV FB - $5, Freshman FB - $5, and Junior High FB - $5.

Soccer: Varsity - $6, JV only $4, Freshman only $4, Junior High $5.

Volleyball: Varsity/JV/Fresh tripleheader - $6, Varsity/JV doubleheader - $6,         Varsity alone -$6, Varsity Tri - $6, JV - $4, Freshman - $4

Many thanks for your continued support of GMC student-athletes.

Mike Dyer (WCPO.COM) and Kyle Prosser - Oak Hills Head Football Coach put their heads together to discuss the upcoming Highlanders season.

To get the "rest of the story" follow the link provided to this insightful podcast:

( Mike Dyer and Kyle Prosser discuss 2019 football season)

Many thanks to Mike Dyer for his continued support of high school sports in Greater Cincinnati!

In the most recent Ohio Budget Bill just adopted, there is high school transfer language that could possibly affect many schools in Ohio. To see the specifics of the transfer language adopted, check out the link provided by WCPO's Mike Dyer:

(Ohio Budget language impacts eligibility)

Many thanks to WCPO.Com high school sports reporter, Mike Dyer, for his continued interest in interscholastic sports and student-athletes.

With the release of Cincinnati.com's Spring All-Stars, it became very apparent that the Greater Miami Conference is loaded with outstanding talent across the board. Nearly sweeping all the "Player of the Year" recognitions, the GMC captured 6 of the top spots for athletes in their respective sports.

"Players and Coaches of the Year" awards for the conference were earned by:

Baseball - J.P. Sponseller (Mason)

Softball - Sydney Larson (East)   Coach of the Year - Dan Castner (East)

Boys Tennis - Niraj Komatineni (Mason)   Coach of the Year - Mike Reid (Mason)

Boys Track - Akari Porter (Mason)

Girls Track - Serena Clark and Kaylyn Heath (East)  Coach of the Year - Rodney Heath (East)

Girls Lacrosse - Mogan Bates (Sycamore)   Coach of the Year - Eddie Clark (Sycamore)

 

For the complete rundown of the Spring All-Star selections, see the link provided below:

(Cincinnati.com Spring All-Stars)

Many thanks to Cincinnati.com for its continued of interscholastic student-athletes.

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