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As our teams head in to the OHSAA baseball and softball tournament, we'd like to congratulate our 2017 Divisional Champions.  For baseball, Butler won the North, Fairborn won the South, Beavercreek won the East and Springboro won the West.  For softball, Greenville won the North, Fairborn won the South, Centerville and Wayne were co-champs in the East and Lebanon won the West.  Good luck to all in the tournament! Go GWOC!

The 2017 GWOC Track & Field meet will be held on Wednesday, May 10th and Friday, May 12th.  The meet will be held at Troy High School.  Field events begin at 12:00p.m. on Wednesday and 5:00p.m. on Friday.  Running events begin at 3:00p.m. on Wednesday and 6:00p.m. on Friday.  Admission for each day is $6.00 adult and $4.00 student.  Come out and support your favorite GWOC athletes!

The 2017 GWOC Boys Tennis Tournament will be held on Thursday, May 4, 2017.  The Gold Flight will be held at Centerville High School and the Silver Flight will be held at Troy High School.  Follow @GWOC on Twitter for weather updates.  We hope the weather holds off and you come out and support your favorite GWOC athletes!

Early leaders in baseball and softball have continued to work to solidify their spots at the tops of their divisions.  Butler continues to be on top in the North with Tippecanoe biting at their heels, Fairborn is dominating the South, and the East and West divisions are tight with Beavercreek currently edging out Centerville in the East and Lebanon with a slight lead over Springboro in the West.  For softball, Greenville and Lebanon have solid leads in the North and West respectively, and Fairborn has the top spot in the South.  It's a tight race in the East division with Centerville trying to hold off Wayne. The next two weeks should prove to be exciting with teams trying to win a GWOC title.

As spring breaks finish and the weather heats up, so does the competition for GWOC Baseball and Softball.  Though still early in the seasons, leaders are starting to emerge.  For baseball, Butler tops the leader board in the North, followed closely by Tippecanoe.  In the South, Fairborn holds the top spot.  Centerville and Lebanon are on top in the East and West divisions, respectively.  For Softball, Greenville has climbed to the top spot in the North while Fairborn sits on top in the South. There is a log jam in the East with Fairmont, Wayne, Beavercreek and Centerville.  Lebanon tops the leader board in the West.  Take advantage of the warm spring weather and get out to catch a baseball or softball game.  Go GWOC!

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