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!
GWOC boys bowling had a strong showing at the state bowling tournament. The GWOC placed 3rd and 7th at the state bowling tournament. Centerville finished 3rd while the Butler boys finished 7th. Congratulations to all GWOC boys bowling teams on a great season.
GWOC girls bowling continues to shine as the GWOC placed four teams in the state's top eight. Troy finished the season as the state runner-up. Beavercreek finished 3rd, followed by Centerville 5th, and Fairmont 8th. Congratulations to all GWOC girls bowling teams on a great season.
Great games abound February 24 and February 25. The GWOC's best girls basketball teams are in action. Games include rivals Lebanon playing Springboro, Wayne v Northmont, a rematch of Tippecanoe and Trotwood, and lastly Beavercreek playing Tecumseh. Checkout the schedule for times and locations. Good luck to all teams.