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The National Federation of High Schools, which serves all the high school state athletic associations across the United States, has published an article outlining the success of the recent GMC Student Leadership Summit held this past September at the Mercy Health complex in Norwood. The NFHS article, published by Cody Porter, outlined the various facets, activities, goals and outcomes the Leadership Conference. Given the widespread impact that the NFHS has on high school sports in America, the GMC has stepped forward to help lead the way in positive student interactions.

To see the complete NFHS article, check out the link provided below:

(GMC Student Leadership Summit NFHS Article)

DICK'S Sporting Goods appreciates outstanding achievements in sports. During the 2018 GMC Football season, the conference saw several individuals and coaches bring honors and accolades to the conference.  Out of the 10 team conference, the GMC placed 4 squads in the OHSAA playoffs with the Colerain Cardinals moving all the way to the State Division I Finals where the Cards eventually bowed out to Lakewood St. Edwards 24-10.

Emanating from another outstanding GMC football campaign, came outstanding performers as selected by the GMC Head Football Coaches. The GMC "Offensive Player of the Year" honor went to JuTahn McClain from Fairfield. JuTahn lead the GMC in rushing as was also selected as first team All-Ohio. "Defensive Player of the Year" honors went to Colerain's Ivan Pace Jr., who was also selected as Ohio's "Defensive Player of the Year" By Ohio's Sportswriters.  The Greater Miami Conference "Coach of the Year" as selected by his peers was Colerain's Tom Bolden. Coach Bolden has been selected as the GMC "COY" for the past five years.  A testament to the ongoing achievements of the Cardinal program.

JuTahn McClain - GMC "Offensive Player of the Year"

(Photo Compliments of Fairfield Athletic Department)

Ivan Pace Jr. - GMC "Defensive Player of the Year"

(Photo Compliments of Colerain Athletic Department)