On Monday, May 20th, Blanchester, Clermont Northeastern, and Williamsburg will be playing in the Division III Baseball Districts. Blanchester plays Roger Bacon at Midland Field #2, Williamsburg vs CCD at Midland Field #1, Clermont Northeastern vs Madeira at Milford HS. All games are at 5PM. Good luck to our SBAAC teams!

The SBAAC Spring Sports Banquet will be held on Tuesday, May 21st at Hamersville School, starting at 6:30pm. Congratulations to our All-Stars!

On Wednesday, May 22nd, District II Softball Champions, Clinton-Massie will play Monroe at Mason HS at 5PM, and District IV Softball Champions, Felicity will play the Wapakoneta winner at Greenville HS at 5PM. Congratulations and Good Luck!

For those following individuals in Track, please check with your school's Athletic Department for specific times and dates this week for competition. You can also click here to see the full schedule of regional events. Good luck to our SBAAC athletes!

Just a reminder that the SBAAC Spring Sports All-Star Banquet is being held on Tuesday, May 21st at Hamersville School in Hamersville. This banquet is held to honor our 1st team all-stars in spring sports. The banquet begins at 6:30pm. For those athletes involved, check with your local Athletic Department for details.

The results of the SBAAC Boys Tennis Tournaments are posted on the Boys Tennis page. Congratulations to Wilmington HS, who finished 1st in the American Division and Bethel HS, who finished 1st in the National Division. 

Results of the SBAAC JH Invitational can be viewed by clicking here. Congratulations to Wilmington for winning both Girls and Boys divisions.

Results of the SBAAC HS League Meet can be viewed on the Boys and Girls Track pages listed under the "Spring" page above. Congratulations to Western Brown Boys and New Richmond Girls for winning in the American Division and Williamsburg Boys and Girls for winning in the National Division.

Baseball and Softball have completed their seasons and the standings for both are posted on their page under "Spring" listed above. Congratulations to Clinton-Massie and Clermont Northeastern for winning in Baseball and Western Brown and Williamsburg for winning in Softball. Good luck to all our teams as they go into tournaments. 

The spring sports season is in full swing and, after a week where many of our league schools were on break, the month of April will see the competition start to heat up. The scores are reported almost daily, so visit the Spring sport page above for updates of the teams you love to follow. Good luck to our athletes in this spring season!

Spring Sport seasons will begin March 22nd for Boys Tennis and March 23rd for Baseball, Softball, and Girls and Boys Track. The schedules are posted on the sport page under the "Spring" tab above. Check with your local Athletic Department for game or contest cancellations and changes. Good luck to all of our spring sport participants!

The final results for our wrestlers at the OHSAA State Meet: Congratulations!

Division II -

120 - Josh Dunn, Goshen, finished 3rd

160 - Zach Dunn, Goshen, finished 5th

106 - Brandon Sauter, Batavia, finished 7th

Division III -

152 - Clayton Schirmer, Blanchester, finished 8th. 

Two local newspapers had some good articles about our athletes - Check out the Wilmington News Journal article and the Clermont Sun article

To view the OHSAA State Tournament final brackets, click here

Below is the list of wrestlers who advanced to the State Wrestling Tournament:

In Division I: 106 - A.J. Hurt, sophomore, Western Brown; 152 Alternate - Derek Spears, senior, Western Brown

In Division II: 106 - Brandon Sauter, freshman, Batavia; 113 - Chase Huff, junior, Goshen; 120 District Champion - Josh Dunn, junior, Goshen; 138 Alternate - Elijah Waters, senior, Batavia; 145 Alternate - Robby Frederick, junior, Clinton-Massie; 160 District Runner-up - Zach Dunn, senior, Goshen; 195 - Colton Doyle, sophomore, Clinton-Massie

In Division III: 120 - Trey Sander, senior, Bethel-Tate; 138 - Sam Patterson, senior, CNE; 152 - Clayton Schirmer, senior, Blanchester; 160 Alternate - Mike Whittington, senior, Bethel-Tate; 220 - James Peters, junior, Blanchester