I don't know about MU for sure but I'd guess Northridge and Madison will both be good. Madison lost a very good Senior class but they return just enough, including the Whisman kid, that I'd guess the still compete to win the Buckeye Division. I'm only assuming that Northridge will be good. Waynesville and Milton Union as well. I know Preble Shawnee returns all of their best players and I believe they will be a lot better this year as well. I think the Buckeye Division could be very competitive this year.Milton has the makings of a VERY good team and with Berner as coach they should challenge for the SWBL. Northridge has been the top-dog but I see Waynesville, MU and Madison challenging. Waynesville is always tough.
Brumbaugh being a Frosh, he probably won't be a dominant force but the kid was dunking the ball as a 8th grader. He's a pretty good football player too.
As for the TRC, that is a couple of seasons away. alt can happen in the meantime.
As for the Southwestern Division, I expect Brookville to drop off greatly after last season. They lose the league MVP Gudorf, and 2 other first team all league players in the 2 Turner boys. It sounds like Franklin will be the team to beat, I'm just not sure what the other teams will bring for competitiveness. I don't expect much from Eaton or Valley View, but not sure about the others.