Here are the most successful high school sports programs in Dayton area history

The Alter girls basketball team and the Graham wrestling team were among those from the Dayton area that added Ohio state championships this school year with titles in recent weeks.

They’re also the most frequent title-winners in the area.

Nine schools in the region have won at least 10 state championships in Ohio High School Athletic Association-sanctioned tournaments, including to OHSAA data.

Which schools have won the most?

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Graham’s Mitch Moore gets the win over Badin’s Kane Schmidt during their match in the 132-pound weight class at the Division II district wrestling tournament March 3 at Wilmington. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF
Photo: Contributing Writer

1. GRAHAM | 26 titles 

24: Wrestling (5 since team wrestling tournament began in 2013)
2: Baseball 

The Alter High School boys soccer team raise the trophy after winning the Division II state championship on Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016. John Cummings / Contributing photographer

2. ALTER | 24 titles 

5: Boys Soccer
4: Girls Basketball
4: Boys Golf
3: Boys Basketball
3: Volleyball
2: Football
1: Boys Cross Country
1: Girls Cross Country
1: Girls Soccer 

Dunbar's Deontae Hawkins celebrates with the rest of his team after wins the Division II boys high school state championship basketball game against Elida Saturday, March 24, 2012 for the at the OSU Schottenstein Center in Columbus, Ohio. Staff photo by Gary Stelzer
Photo: Gary Stelzer

3. DUNBAR | 16 titles 

10: Boys Track & Field
5: Boys Basketball
1: Girls Basketball 

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Adreian Payne, of Jefferson, has just cut a part of the basketball net and wrapped it around his neck all while holding the championship trophy. Dayton Jefferson played and defeated Newark Catholic, in the Division IV state championship basketball game, by the score of 59 to 52. Payne scored 11 points and collected 9 rebounds.
Photo: Ron Alvey

4. JEFFERSON | 15 titles 

9: Boys Track & Field
3: Boys Basketball
3: Girls Track & Field 

The Centerville girls cross country team won its third straight Division I state title Saturday at National Trail Raceway in Hebron. Greg Billing / Contributed photo
Photo: Contributing Writer

T-5. CENTERVILLE | 12 titles 

3: Girls Cross Country
1: Girls Golf
1: Boys Soccer
1: Girls Swimming & Diving
1: Girls Bowling
1: Boys Gymnastics
1: Girls Gymnastics
1: Ice Hockey
1: Baseball
1: Girls Track & Field 

Fairmont West 1966 State Champions: front row (from left): Kent Bradford, Kipp Kastens, Bob Reinert, Tom Madliger and John Armbruster; back row (from left): Curt McCormick, Don Harlow, Steve Pease, Mike Gantz and Ron Zaremski. CONTRIBUTED

T-5. FAIRMONT WEST | 12 titles 

4. Boys Gymnastics
3. Field Hockey
2. Volleyball
1. Boys Golf
1. Girls Gymnastics
1. Baseball 

The Chaminade-Julienne girls basketball team celebrates its Division II state championship victory against Villa Angela-St. Joseph on March 15, 2003. TY GREENLEES / STAFF

T-7. CHAMINADE-JULIENNE | 11 titles 

3: Girls Basketball
2: Boys Golf
2: Boys Basketball
1: Girls Golf
1: Boys Soccer
1: Football
1: Baseball 

The Oakwood boys golf team won its second straight Division II state golf championship in 2010. Team members (from left): Coach Jen Lohmeyer, Alex Marquis, Adam Bogdan, Corey Weckerling, Tripp French and Jack Kegelmeyer. CONTRIBUTED
Photo: Contributed photo

T-7. OAKWOOD | 11 titles 

5: Boys Golf
3: Boys Track & Field
2: Boys Swimming & Diving
1: Baseball

Beavercreek sophomore Alison Bales cries tears of joy after her team beat Chaminade-Julienne for the girls basketball state championship in 2001. LISA POWELL / STAFF
Photo: Lisa Powell

9. BEAVERCREEK | 10 titles 

3: Girls Basketball
3: Baseball
2: Girls Bowling
1: Girls Cross Country
1: Boys Bowling



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