Clyde, the two-time SBC defending champion, was predicted to make it three in a row by both parties in unanimous fashion.
Perkins, which was runner-up to Clyde in the 2011-12 season, was picked to finish second again, also unanimously by both coaches and media.
Clyde coach John Cahill, has a strong team returning with three decorated juniors at the core.
Clyde is 48-3 overall and 28-0 in the SBC over the past two seasons, including a trip to the state semifinals in Division II in 2010-11 and the regional finals last season.
Amanda Cahill was Player of the Year in the conference, district and state.
Perkins will be led by senior post Shannon Ebert, a first-team SBC selection.
The media picked Edison third, and had Port Clinton fourth, while the Redskins were third for the coaches, with the Chargers fourth.
Both parties picked Margaretta fifth and Oak Harbor sixth, but there was indecision for the two remaining teams, that both have new coaches.
Huron, with former Tigers boys coach Dino Caporini, was voted seventh by the coaches and eighth by the media, while St. Mary Central Catholic, with new coach Joe Malfara, took the seven spot in the media vote and eighth in the coaches poll.
Malfara was not in attendance, nor was Edison coach Tracy Moyer. The high school girls basketball season officially gets under way Nov. 23.
Read more in Monday's Sandusky Register and Tuesday's Norwalk Reflector.