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Mike Dyer of WCPO.COM and GMC Steve Shuck again present their collaborative efforts in looking at week 9 of the varsity football season. Their insights and projections for the high school football playoff picture provides an interesting perspective on the possibilities with two weeks to go.  Check out the link below for the "rest of the story":  

(WCPO's Mike Dyer and the GMC's Steve Shuck share projections and playoff insights)

Mike Dyer, of WCPO.COM fame, shares with the GMC a human interest story on Colerain Football Captain, Hector Lopez,  who epitomizes commitment and dedication to the "Cardinal cause".  Check out the link below and enjoy:

(Colerain's Hector Lopez - Committed and Dedicated)

With all ten conference schools exchanging idea and positive interactions, the 2018 Greater Miami Leadership Conference was deemed a tremendous success. GMC leaders, students, coaches and administrators alike, understand that this conference is just the beginning and to be ultimately successful, it must serve as a springboard for continued commitment to sportsmanship, leadership and understanding.

Below is a video link from that conference hosted by conference facilitator Nick Jackson of “Nick Jackson Speaks”. As you will see, Nick Jackson brings a high degree of enthusiasm and connectivity to young people. The GMC is greatly appreciative of his expertise in organizing and executing this leadership event.

(GMC Leadership Conference Facilitated By Nick Jackson)

In the OHSAA Southwest District Double Finals, it was all Mason with Ananya Aggarwal and Sanjana Reedy facing off against teammates Raina Chada and Annie Kruse for the District Championship and a berth to the State Championships on October 19 - 20 at the Lindner Family Center in Mason. With Aggarwal and Reedy besting their Comet teammates, the Mason duo now heads towards state championship play and an opportunity to bring home a state title. 

Below is the link for the OHSAA SW Doubles Bracket:

(District OHSAA Girls Tennis Bracket Results)

To follow the OHSAA Girls Tennis State Championships check the link below which will contain updated brackets in this two day event:

(OHSAA Girls State Tennis Link)

Best of Luck to Ananya and Sanjana!

The Greater Miami Conference is now part of the record books and begins the "second season" for GMC harriers. In the girls varsity race, Lakota East edged the Mason Comet contingent to win their first title in 16 years. The Mason girls had  won the 8 previous championships. Team scores broke down as follows: Lakota East 30, Mason 32, Sycamore 95, Oak Hills 104, Lakota West 140, Fairfield 189, Princeton 205, Colerain 234, and Hamilton 268.

The GMC Girls Champion was Maddie Ullom from Mason with a blistering time of 18:14.

On the boys side of ledger the Mason Comets outdistanced Lakota West by a significant margin to claim their fourth consecutive GMC title. Boys team score were:  Mason 23, Lakota West 59, Sycamore 90, Lakota East 138, Oak Hills 144, Fairfield 175, Colerain 179, Middletown 189, Princeton 237, and Hamilton 305.

The GMC Boys Champion was Conant Smith from Middletown with a stellar 14:56.1. 

Best of luck to GMC harriers as they compete in the OHSAA District races next Saturday, October 20.

*Link below for OHSAA District Information*

(OHSSA District CC Assignments and Specifics)

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