MADISON TOWNSHIP — A three-peat wouldn’t just be nice for Madison High School’s boys basketball team this season. It would be historic.
The Mohawks are aiming for their third consecutive Southwestern Buckeye League Buckeye Division championship, and veteran coach Jeff Smith said three straight league titles would be a
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Southwest Ohio Sports Daily is the most comprehensive source for high school sports coverage in Southwest Ohio, currently covering 16 high schools in Butler and Warren counties and the four leagues they belong to:
- GREATER MIAMI CONFERENCE: Fairfield, Hamilton, Lakota East, Lakota West, Mason, Middletown
- GREATER CATHOLIC LEAGUE COED DIVISION: Badin, Fenwick
- SOUTHWEST OHIO CONFERENCE: Edgewood, Ross, Talawanda
- SOUTHWESTERN BUCKEYE LEAGUE: Carlisle, Franklin, Madison, Monroe, Waynesville