The GMC salutes the "Corporate vision" of the below listed businesses, who through their support, have assisted in the league's mission of providing quality "life learning" experiences for conference student-athletes.

  • United States Army
  • The Kroger Company
  • First Financial Bank
  • DICK'S Sporting Goods
  • The Motz Group
  • Cincinnati Floor
  • Allstate Insurance - Ken Lindsay Agencies
  • Plato's Closet - West Chester
  • Mercy Health
  • Stevens Investment Group
  • Miami University Regional Campuses
  • Buffalo Wings and Rings - Liberty Township, John Gerbus - owner
  • Buffalo Wings and Rings - West Chester Township, Si Prose - owner
  • Huntington Learning Center, Dan Mathis - owner
  • Delhi Garden Center
  • Graduate Services - John Jones - owner
  • Milano's Restaurant
  • Park National Bank

Many thanks to these outstanding businesses for their support of young people throughout the Greater Miami Conference.  You are helping to make a difference in the lives of thousands. 

Scott Springer of has completed extensive on-the-field research to provide an in-depth look at the upcoming Greater Miami Conference football season.  Without question, the GMC will be loaded with outstanding talent again this season with several of the squads setting their sights on those coveted playoff berths.

To see Scott Springer's thoughts on how GMC football shapes up, see the link provided below: 

(Scott Springer Previews GMC Football)

Adam Baum of takes an informative inside look on the upcoming Skyline Crosstown Showdown which showcases some the finest high school football talent in the mid-west if not the country.  To check out "the rest of the story" see the link below for Adam Baum's thoughts:

(Adam Baum's Crosstown Showdown Insights)

Hamilton High School is excited to honor the 20th anniversary of the 1997 Greater Miami Conference Champion Big Blue Football team that accumulated a perfect 10-0 regular season record!

Hamilton will honor this team on Friday, September 8th as our football team hosts Oak Hills at 7:00 PM.

A reception will be held before the game in the Blue Room at Virigil M. Schwarm Stadium starting at 5:30 PM.

An on field recognition will be held for all team members in between the first and second quarter of the game.

All members of the team are encouraged to attend the event to be recognized for their accomplishments!

If you plan on attending, please call the HHS Athletic Office at 887-4819 to leave your name and the number of people in your party.

The Colerain Athletic Department is excited to officially welcome Carl Huber as the next Head Wrestling Coach at Colerain High School!  Carl served as a Varsity Assistant for the last two years at Colerain High School.

Prior to Colerain, Huber was an Assistant Coach at Northwest High School and was the Head Wrestling Coach at Pleasant Run Middle School.

Huber is a graduate of Northwest High School and Mt. St. Joseph University, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Special Education.  He currently serves as an Intervention Specialist at Colerain High School.

In addition, Huber also coaches linebackers for the varsity football team, and is serving his final year with the United States Army Reserves.