Since being hired in December of 1991, Jay McDaniel has served as Sports Information Director, Secretary, and most recently GMC Associate Commissioner. Effective on June 7, 2014, Jay will be retiring from his positions with the Greater Miami Conference. During his many years he has seen implemented a top of the line website, computerized statistical reporting systems, modernization of comprehensive financial reporting tools, and many other behind the scenes innovations. Jay’s dedication, sincerity, and genuine concern for the schools of the Greater Miami Conference have served as an inspiration over the years.
Those interested in applying for his position should submit a letter of interest and resume to Stu Eversole, 5572 Princeton Road, Liberty Township, Ohio 45011 or email: email@example.com before February 1st.The job description can be found here: GMC Associate Commissioner Job Description.
Boys basketball teams from the Greater Miami Conference and the Greater Western Ohio Conference will play eight games in the first Holiday Hoops Challenge between the two leagues on Saturday Dec. 28, 2013. Four games will be played at both Fairfield High School and Kettering Fairmont High School.
Tickets are the same price as a single GMC game during the season, $6 for adults and $4 for students. Take advantage of the good deal and support your own school plus other conference schools.
The event will continue in December, 2014. Boys teams will play on Saturday, December 27 and girls teams will be added to the event, playing games on Tuesday, December 30.
The boys schedule for this year is:
Dec. 28 At Fairfield
Lakota West vs Wayne 3:00
Hamilton vs Springfield 4:30
Oak Hills vs Miamisburg 6:00
Fairfield vs Beavercreek 7:30
Dec. 28 At Kettering Fairmont
Sycamore vs Lebanon 12:30
Colerain vs Fairmont 2:15
Mason vs Centerville 5:45
Princeton vs Trotwood-Madison 7:30
*There is a 4 PM game between two GWOC teams.
Mason High School was crowned Ohio Division I boys state soccer champions after completing an undefeated (22-0-1) season. They tallied a 1-0 victory over Mentor that had come in undefeated as well (now 18-1-4). Senior Jack Clark scored the winning goal, but GMC Coach of the Year Paul Reedy was quick to point out that this was another total team victory. Congratulations to the State Champions! All-Conference teams are now posted.
GMC athletes making this year’s All-Ohio Football squad – Division I:
OFFENSE: Linemen — Jarrett LaRubbio, Lakota East, 6-5, 270, sr. Backs— DeTuan Smith-Moore, Colerain, 5-7, 185, sr. ; Mikel Horton, Lakota West, 6-0, 225, sr.
DEFENSE: Linebackers—Tegray Scales, Colerain, 6-2, 220, sr.
Defensive player of the year: Tegray Scales, Cin. Colerain.
Coach of the year: Jason Krause, Fairfield
DEFENSE: Punter — Ryan Nuss, Fairfield, 5-9, 185, sr.
George Asafo-Adjei, Lakota West; Ross Demmel, Colerain; Tinashe Bere, Sycamore;
The Mason Girls Soccer Team finish as the second best team in the State of Ohio in 2013, in what many thought would be a rebuilding year. The Lady Comets fell 2-0 to a very good Walsh Jesuit team on Friday night in the State Championship at Columbus Crew Stadium. The feat is a tremendous accomplishment considering the Lady Comets were the tourney underdogs and not expected to be back in the State Championship for the second straight year.