Ohio Valley Athletic Conference

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Ohio Valley Athletic Conference
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
No. of members 46
Official website

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]


  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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