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WRESTLING: 

The Bellefontaine Chieftains captured the CBC Kenton Trail Division Title by scoring 129 points (3rd overall).

The Graham Falcons captured their CBC Mad River Division Title by scoring 329.5 points (1st overall).

Jack Peura (Tippecanoe) won the Wrestler of the year in the Kenton Trail Division and Alex Marinelli (Graham) won Wrestler of the Year in the Mad River Division.

BOYS BOWLING: 

The Tecumseh Arrows captured their 3rd straight CBC Kenton Trail Division Title. 

The Urbana Hillclimbers captured their 4th straight CBC Mad River Division Title. 

GIRLS BOWLING: 

The Kenton Ridge Lady Cougars captured their 3rd straight CBC Kenton Trail Division Title. 

The Northwestern Warriors captured the CBC Mad River Division Title. Their 1st title since 2012-13.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: 

The Tecumseh Lady Arrows finished with a 9-1 league record to capture the CBC Kenton Trail Division Title. This is their 2nd title in that last four years. 

The Benjamin Logan Lady Raiders finished with an perfect 10-0 record to win back-to-back CBC Mad River Division titles.

BOYS BASKETBALL:  The Tecumseh Arrows won the CBC Kenton Trail Division Title. This is their first title since the 2009-10 season. 

BOYS SWIMMING:  The Tippecanoe Red Devils won their 2nd consecutive CBC title by scoring 334 points in the CBC conference swim meet. Kenton Ridge finished 2nd with 234 points. Skyler Tavenner from Indian Lake won CBC boys swimmer of the year.

GIRLS SWIMMING:  The CBC Conference swim meet was held January 30th and Bellefontaine Lady Chieftains won the Kenton Trail Championship with 276 points. Kenton Trail Division swimmer of the year was awarded to Grace Siebert from Shawnee

The Urbana Lady Hillclimbers were crowed Mad River Division Champions for the 3rd straight year. Mad River Division swimmer of the year went to Macy Arn from Benjamin Logan.

FOOTBALL: Indian Lake finished undefeated in the Mad River division as the Lakers captured its first conference title since 2007. Two Lakers also swept the post season awards as junior QB Alex Jacobs won Offensive Athlete of the Year and senior LB Joey Davidson won Defensive Athlete of the Year.

Tippecanoe finished 4-1 to capture the Kenton Trial Division. Kenton Ridge senior RB Jayden Davis was named the Offensive Athlete of the Year and the Red Devil's senior DL Jack Puera was named the Defensive Athlete of the Year.

VOLLEYBALL: The Tecumseh Lady Arrows went 9-1 in the Kenton Trail Division to win the 1st CBC volleyball title since 1995. Athlete of the YearHonors went to senior Bailey Mounts from Kenton Ridge.

The Benjamin Lady Raiders went 9-1 in the Mad River Division to win the 1st CBC volleyball title since 2012. Athlete of the Year Honors went to senior Lisa Deweese from Graham.

BOYS SOCCER: The Tippecanoe Red Devils finished with unblemished 11-0 record to win the Kenton Trail Division. Athlete of the Year Honors went to junior Colin Foley from Kenton Ridge.

The Urbana Hillclimbers finished with a 6-2-3 record to capture the Mad River Division. Athlete of the Year Honors went to junior Cooper Johnson from Urbana.

GIRLS SOCCER: Tippecanoe’s Lady Red Devil’s s quest for a three-peat was not denied as they finished with a 9-0-1 record to win their third straight league title (2013-15).  Athlete of the Year Honors went to senior Iman Salhieh from Kenton Ridge.

Northwester’s quest to win their 7th straight league title (2009-2015) was also not denied as they finished with a 6-3-1 record.  Athlete of the YearHonors went to senior Cameryn Ciresi from Northwestern.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY: The Conference Championships were held October 17 with the Tippecanoe Red Devils winning their 4th straight Kenton Trail championship. Individual champion and Runner of the Year from the Kenton Trail Division was the Red Devils Mitchell Poynter.

The Northwestern Warriors won their 3rd straight Mad River Division Championship as the Warriors Justin Prack earned the Mad River Division Athlete of the Year.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: The Conference Championships were held October 17 with the Tippecanoe Red Devils winning the Kenton Trail championship. Individual champion and Runner of the Year from the Kenton Trail Division was Shawnee’s Sophie Smith.

The Greenon Knights won their 3rd straight Mad River Division Championship. Northwestern Warrior Brooke Smith earned the Mad River Division Athlete of the Year.

BOYS GOLF: The Bellefontaine Chieftains won the Kenton Trail golf title, their 1st title since 1995, by shooting a 330 during the CBC post-season tournament. Grant Engle from Shawnee won the Athlete of the Year in the Kenton Trail Division.

The Greenon Knights won the Mad River golf title by edging Northwestern by one shot. This is Greenon’s 1st title since 2009. Kyle Glaser from Northwestern won the Athlete of the Year in the Mad River Division.

GIRLS GOLF: The Kenton Ridge Lady Cougars repeated as league champions as they won the Kenton Trail girls golf title by shooting a 351 during the CBC post-tournament. Michelle Kulasekera from Kenton Ridge won Athlete of the Year in the Kenton Trail Division.

The Urbana Lady Hillclimbers as repeated as Mad River Division girls’ golf champions as they shot a 375 in the post-season tournament. Maggie Paulsen from Urbana won Athlete of the Year in the Mad River Division.

GIRLS TENNIS: Tippecanoe Lad Red Devils won 2nd and 3rd singles, and 1st and 2nd doubles to claim the 2015 CBC Tennis title. Tippecanoe’s Kennedy Reeder was named Athlete of The Year.

CHEERLEADING: The CBC cheer competition was held this year at Shawnee High School.  Kenton Ridge captured the Kenton Trail Division title and Greenon captured the Mad River Division title.