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Congratulations to the following student athletes on being selected as the CBC September Athlete of the Month. Select the link above to view each athletes "bio" and picture.

Bellefontaine: Johnny Ganson

Benjamin Logan: Grant Ward

Graham: Jimmy Stickly

Indian Lake: Collin Coburn

Jonathan Alder: Sydney Winslow

Kenton Ridge: Layne Greenwood

Northwestern: Ryan Cleland

Shawnee: Grant Engle

Tecumseh: Julia Gibson

Urbana: Logan Rooney


The Graham Falcons won the  Mad River golf title by shooting a 335 during the CBC post-season tournament and finishing the season undefeated.. Evan Crew from Northwestern won the Player of the Year in the Mad River Division.

The Shawnee Braves won the Kenton Trail golf title by shooting a 335 during the CBC post-season tournament as they edged Jonathan Alder by one stroke. Grant Engle from Shawnee won the Player of the Year in the Kenton Trail Division for the fourth straight season

2017 Mad River Boys Golf Champions - Graham


2017 Kenton Trail Boys Golf Champions - Shawnee


The Northwestern Warriors  won the won the Mad River girls golf title by shooting a 411 during the post-season tournament. Mailiis Simovart from Benjamin Logan was named Player of the Year in the Mad River Division.

The Bellefontaine Chieftains won the Kenton Trail Division by shooting a 367 during the post-season tournament. Emily McLaughlinfrom Bellefontaine was named Player of the Year.

2017 Mad River Girls Golf Champions - Northwestern

2017 Kenton Trail Girls Golf Champions - Bellefontaine

Week #5 CBC Football Games:

Shawnee at Northwestern

Bellefontaine at Benjamin Logan

Jonathan Alder at Indian Lake

Kenton Ridge at Graham

Urbana at Tecumseh

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. 


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