Upper Sandusky placed third and Wynford fourth in North Central Conference All-Sports standings for the 2011-12 school year.
Colonel Crawford was first with an average of 8.167 points, with Galion edging Upper Sandusky for second, 7.433-7.4. Wynford finished with a 7.192 average, while Riverdale was ninth with a 3.682 average.
Teams are given points on a 1-10 scale based on their place in each sport and an average is taken for the number of sports in which each school participates.
The Rams gained the maximum 10 points each in boys basketball, wrestling and boys tennis for winning the NCC championships. They also had second-place finishes in golf and softball and third-place finishes in girls swimming and boys track and field.
Wynford’s only overall NCC championship this season came in football. The Royals were runners-up in girls cross country and volleyball, in which they won the NCC Black Division title. They were third in boys cross country and golf.
Riverdale’s top finish was third place in wrestling. The Falcons scored 5.5 points for their 7-6 girls basketball record and five points for their 6-7 volleyball record.
Colonel Crawford won championships this season in girls basketball, boys swimming, girls swimming and boys track and field.
Second-place Galion had all of its overall championships in the fall season, winning titles in boys cross country, girls cross country and golf.
Other overall championships won this year were by Bucyrus in softball, Ontario in baseball and girls track and field and Buckeye Central in volleyball.
North Central Conference All-Sports standings
1. Colonel Crawford, 8.167; 2. Galion, 7.433; 3. Upper Sandusky, 7.4; 4. Wynford, 7.192; 5. Ontario, 6.5; 6. Bucyrus, 6.033; 7. Buckeye Central, 5.25; 8. Crestline, 3.964; 9. Riverdale, 3.682; 10. Lucas, 2.375.