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The CBC officially announces the addition of the London Red Raiders and the North Union Wildcats to the Central Buckeye Conference. 

North Union will join the Mad River Division and London will join the Kenton Trail Division. Both Board of Educations approved their membership and entry into the league is yet to be determined. 

      

Congratulations to the following students on being selected the CBC June Athletes of the Month. Select the link above to view each athletes bio and to view their picture:

Bellefontaine: Robbie Welkart

Benjamin Logan: Coreen Crosby

Indian Lake:  Alex Jacobs

Kenton Ridge: Carly Turner

Northwestern: Rachel Martin

Shawnee: Cyres Cooper

Tecumseh: Reid Hale

Urbana: Abraham Angles

BOYS TRACK

  

The Benjamin Logan Raiders captured the boys Mad River Division conference title by scoring 154 points.GJustin Prack from Northwestern and Reese Wilcoxon from Benjamin Logan won co-players of the year.

The Bellefontaine Chieftains captured the boys Kenton Trail Division conference title by scoring 135 points. Dezmin Lyburtus from Bellefontaine and Cal Phillips from Kenton Ridge won co-players of the year honors.

GIRLS TRACK

        

The Tecumseh Lady Arrows captured the girls Kenton Trail Division conference title by scoring 119 points. Jamari McDavid from Kenton Ridge was named player of the year.

The Benjamin Logan Lady Raiders captured the girls Mad River Division conference title by scoring 133 points. Stevie Plikerd from Benjamin Logan was named player of the year.

2017 CBC Kenton Trail Champions - Tecumseh Arrows

BASEBALL

  

The Kenton Ridge Cougars finished with a 11-2 league record to capture their 3rd straight CBC Kenton Trail Division Title. Kaleb Meeks from Kenton Ridge was named Player of the Year.

The Indian Lake Lakers finished with a 9-4 record to win their 2nd straight CBC Mad River Division title. Alex Jacobs from Indian Lake was named Player of the Year.

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