The Southern Ohio Athletic/Academic Conference is celebrating over 100 years of its existence. Formerly the Clermont County League, established in 1919, the league changed its name to the Southern Buckeye Athletic/Academic Conference in 1987. This change allowed schools outside of Clermont County to be invited into the league. For a complete History of our league, click on the "History" link above.


The Southern Buckeye Athletic/Academic Conference (SBAAC) is currently comprised of the following schools:  Batavia, Bethel-Tate, Blanchester, Clermont Northeastern, Clinton-Massie, East Clinton, Felicity, Georgetown, Goshen, New Richmond, Western Brown, Williamsburg, and Wilmington. Fayetteville is a member of the SBAAC in the sport of football only. 

The SBAAC website features several articles about our member schools’ teams and athletes, which can be read below. These articles come from school web sites, local newspapers, and other media sources.  Keep up to date on your local teams and athletes by periodically checking this section.  

Also, you can follow us on Twitter @SBCscores1 for sports news.

Good luck to all our athletes, coaches, athletic directors, administrators, and parents, who together make the SBAAC one of the best leagues in the state!

In an effort to comply with the Governor's Office, the Board of Health, and the OHSAA, spectator capacity for our events will limited.  Therefore, the SBAAC league has worked to develop a plan for ticket allotment for each of our contests. Please check with your local Athletic Director's Office and the school's website for information on tickets. Thank you for your continued support of our schools and your understanding through this difficult time.

The Governor’s Office and Department of Health have finalized a new Health Director’s Order. To check that out and get the latest update from OHSAA - Click Here

Soccer, Football, and Field Hockey can proceed with games against other schools.

OHSAA fall sports seasons as scheduled to begin as follows: 
   Friday, Aug. 21: soccer, field hockey and volleyball 
   Monday, Aug. 24: cross country and football
   Note: golf and girls tennis seasons have already started
Click Here for the complete News Release from OHSAA.

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