Woodmore Local Schools Athletic Department
The Woodmore Local School District formed in 1967 when the Woodville School District consolidated with the Harris-Elmore School District. Woodmore competed in the Lakeshore Conference the first four years (1968-69 school year through 1971-72) before joining the Suburban Lakes League. Woodmore was a member of the SLL through the 2010-11 school year. Beginning with the 2011-12 school year the Wildcats became members of the Northern Buckeye Conference, their current affiliation. The school district currently supports 13 high school sports and nine junior high sports (see below along with the school year in which the sports was first offered).
A proud athletic tradition includes six state championships (1979 Boys Golf - Class A; 1981 Boys Golf - Class A; 1992 Girls Cross Country - Div. II; 1993 Girls Track and Field - Div. III; 1993 Girls Cross Country - Div. II; 1994 Girls Cross Country - Div. III), four state runner-up finishes (1976 Boys Cross Country - Class A; 1980 Boys Golf - Class A; 1995 Girls Cross Country - Div. III; 1999 Girls Cross Country - Div. III) and numerous regional, district and sectional titles. In addition, Woodmore can claim a total of 16 individual state championships (includes relay teams).
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High School Sports
(parentheses indicate the year the sport was first offered)
Boys Cross Country (1968-69)
Girls Cross Country (1978-79)
Boys Golf (1968-69)
Boys Soccer (2005-06)
Girls Soccer (2009-10)
Boys Basketball (1968-69)
Girls Basketball (1973-74)
Boys Track and Field (1968-69)
Girls Track and Field (1974-75)