Welcome to the new and improved Southwestern Buckeye League web-site.  We feel that you will enjoy our new web-site.  You will be able to find directions to SWBL Schools, League Standings, Statistics, All League Teams and many other important items.  The SWBL sponsors 18 Varsity Sports.  They are as follow: Fall Sports = Boys and Girls Cross Country, Football, Golf, Boys and Girls Soccer, Girls Tennis and Volleyball.  Winter Sports = Boys and Girls Basketball, Boys and Girls Swimming and Wrestling.  Spring Sports = Baseball, Softball, Boys Tennis and Boys and Girls Track and Field.

To access information about a sport you need to:  1.  Go to the sport season.  2.  Then to the sport.  3.  Then to the information that you are interested in finding.

The 4th annual Student Leadership Conference will be held on Friday, March 6, 2015 at Wright State University. Each Southwestern Buckeye League School will have six student athletes in attendance.  The Conference will focus on:

1.  Being the Best / 2. Positive Values - Perspective / 3.  Sportsmanship and Respect / 4.  Teamwork and Healthy Lifestyles / 5.  Helping Others. 

Southwestern Division:

     Bellbrook - Boys Soccer / Baseball

     Brookville - Softball

     Eaton - Girls Cross Country / Girls Basketball / Wrestling

     Franklin - Football / Boys Basketball / Softball

     Monroe - Girls Soccer

     Oakwood - Volleyball / Boys Cross Country / Golf / Girls Tennis / Boys Tennis / Girls Track and Field

     Valley View - Boys Track and Field

Buckeye Division:

     Carlisle - Football / Boys Basketball / Wrestling

     Dixie - Girls Basketball / Boys Track and Field / Girls Track and Field

     Madison - Boys Soccer / Golf

     Milton Union - Boys Cross Country / Girls Tennis / Boys Tennis

     Northridge - Boys Basketball

     Preble Shawnee - Volleyball / Girls Soccer

     Waynesville - Boys Soccer / Girls Cross Country / Boys Basketball / Baseball / Softball

Congratulations to the following schools for winning the All Sports Championship:

     Southwestern Division - Oakwood and Bellbrook (Tie)

     Buckeye Division - Waynesville