Reporting Scores

Coaches: Please remember, you MUST report ALL wins within 72 hours of your game in order to receive credit (no exceptions). Please refer to your clinic book on the proper procedures for reporting wins.


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New GWAC Hotline Number for checking gym and field status only - 513.725.8726

GWAC Softball Field Monitors and Umpires needed!
The Girl's Western Athletic Conference Softball program is looking for high school students to be field monitors for the 1st and 2nd grade level. Duties would be counting pitches and keeping the game moving by following the GWAC rules and regulations for this grade level. The league is also looking for umpires for the upper grades. Season runs from May to June. Available weekends required. If interested please contact Sue DiTullio at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Sports are not just about the final score…
It's about positive coaching, sportsmanship for children and their parents, learning to live together in a diverse community, maximizing talents, and fostering the physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual strength in each of us.
The Girls Western Athletic Conference (GWAC) is committed to provide a fun, yet competitive, environment whereby the young ladies of our community may compete and develop general or advanced skills in specific sports, while learning the basic values of teamwork, respect and sportsmanship.
The GWAC serves 18 parishes in the Cincinnati Archdiocese and offers Girls Basketball, Girls Softball, Girls Volleyball.


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04.08.2015 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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A growing epidemic of preventable sports injuries is dismantling the hopes and dreams of young athletes at an early age. STOP (Sports Trauma and Overuse Prevention) Sports Injuries was created by a broad-based coalition to help prevent athletic overuse and trauma injuries.