Ohio Valley Athletic Conference

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Ohio Valley Athletic Conference
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Classification OHSAA Divisions I-VII
Region  Ohio
Sports fielded Football, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Tennis, Basketball, Swimming, Wrestling, Baseball, Softball, Track and Field
Founded 1943
Members
No. of members 46
Official website
http://www.ovac.org

The Ohio Valley Athletic Conference is a high school sports league in parts of southeastern Ohio and northern West Virginia. The OVAC is the largest conference of its kind in the United States.[1] Schools in the upper Ohio Valley supply over 12,000 athletes in various competitive athletic areas. The conference was organized in 1943.[2]

Member schools[edit]

Schools are categorized by enrollment, where Class A is the smallest enrollment and Class AAAAA is the largest enrollment.[3]

Class A[edit]

Class AA[edit]

Class AAA[edit]

Class AAAA[edit]

Class AAAAA[edit]

Conference Affiliations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "OVAC History". Ohio Valley Athletic Conference. Retrieved October 23, 2016. 
  2. ^ Ohio Valley Athletic Conference- History
  3. ^ Ohio Valley Athletic Conference- History

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