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Mike Dyer of WCPO.COM has reached out to local high school coaches impacted by the recent cancellations of the OHSAA State Boys and Girls Championship Basketball Tournaments.

To see his podcast of these interviews, see the link provided below:

Mike Dyer's WCPO.Com Podcast with Local HS Coaches)

Many thanks to the LaRosa's organization for it's continued support for student-athletes all across the Greater Cincinnati area.  Your positive reinforcement for young people is greatly appreciated.

The Ohio High School Athletic Association, in deference to the national Corona pandemic and Governor DeWine's restrictions on social gatherings, finally made the anticipated move to cancel winter state championships.  Obviously, this decision did not impact the championships which have already been decided. 

To see the OHSAA media release detailing the decision to cancel the pending state championships, see the link provided below: 

(OHSAA Cancels Winter Championship Tournaments)

DICK'S Sporting Goods, in keeping with their philosophy of supporting outstanding performers, salutes Greater Miami Conference basketball "Players and Coach of the Year".  In a vote of conference boys basketball coaches, Nate Johnson (Lakota East) was selected as the "Player of the Year", while Matthew Smith (Mason) was tabbed as the GMC's  "Defender of the Year".  In a vote of his conference coaching peers, GMC champion (15-1 GMC and 25-2 overall) Clint Adkins (Lakota East) was selected as the "Coach of the Year".

Nate Johnson - Lakota East - "GMC Player of the Year" 

(Photo compliments of Jenny Walters Photography)

Matthew Smith - Mason - "GMC Defensive Player of the Year"

(Photo compliments of Mason SID Dan Hilen)

Clint Adkins - Lakota East - "GMC Coach of the Year"

(Photo compliments of Lakota East SID, Dan Hilen)

Congratulations to all on a job extremely well done! 

We are pleased to announce that baseball and softball box scores are now available on the site starting with games played in 2008.    This change results in hundreds and in some cases thousands of new pages being added to Greater Miami Conference website.

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