Hoosier Crossroads Conference

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Hoosier Crossroads Conference
(HCC)
Established 2000
Members 3 Class 4A and 7 Class 5A
Region 4 Counties: Boone, Hamilton,
Hendricks, and Tippecanoe, Indiana
Locations
Hoosier Crossroads Conference locations

The Hoosier Crossroads Conference is a member conference of the Indiana High School Athletic Association. Teams first competed in the conference in the 2000-2001 school year. The HCC contains ten high schools in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Area and Tippecanoe County.

Member schools[edit]

Locations of the members of the HCC.
School Location Mascot Colors County 2013-2014
Size
Year Joined Previous Conference Year Left Conference Joined
Avon Avon Orioles           32
Hendricks
2,608 2000 Mid-State 2015 Metropolitan
Brownsburg Brownsburg Bulldogs           32
Hendricks
2,370 2000 Olympic 2015 Metropolitan
Fishers Fishers Tigers                29
Hamilton
2,582 2006 none (new school) 2015 Metropolitan
Hamilton
Southeastern
Fishers Royals                29
Hamilton
3,009 2000 Olympic 2015 Metropolitan
Harrison
(West Lafayette)
West Lafayette Raiders           79
Tippecanoe
1,740 2000 Olympic 2014 North Central
Lafayette Jeff Lafayette Bronchos           79
Tippecanoe
1,935 2004 North Central 2014 North Central
McCutcheon Lafayette Mavericks           79
Tippecanoe
1,809 2000 Olympic 2014 North Central
Noblesville Noblesville Millers           29
Hamilton
2,637 2000 Olympic 2015 Metropolitan
Westfield Westfield Shamrocks                29
Hamilton
2,054 2000 Rangeline 2015 Metropolitan
Zionsville Zionsville Eagles           06
Boone
1,808 2000 Rangeline 2015 Metropolitan

All schools are 6A in football (Except Harrison, McCutcheon, Westfield, and Zionsville, who are 5A) 2A in soccer, and 4A in all other class sports.

History[edit]

The conference started in 2000, as the West division of the Olympic Conference (Brownsburg, Hamilton Southeastern, Harrison, McCutcheon, and Noblesville) joined with two schools from the folding Rangeline Conference (Westfield and Zionsville) and one from the Mid-State Conference (Avon). The only changes since have been Lafayette Jeff joining in 2004 from the North Central Conference, and Fishers joining upon reopening in 2006.

In December 2012, the Indianapolis-area schools met and voted to cut ties with the Tippecanoe County schools after the 2013-14 school year due to transportation costs, travel time, differences in school size and competitive balance. The Lafayette area schools joined the North Central Conference.[1]

State Champions[edit]

IHSAA State Champions

Avon Orioles (4)[edit]

  • 2009 boys' Golf
  • 2012 Volleyball (4A)
  • 2013 girls' Soccer (2A)
  • 2013 Volleyball (4A)

Brownsburg Bulldogs (4)[edit]

  • 1984 Football (3A)
  • 1985 Football (4A)
  • 2005 Baseball (4A)
  • 2008 boys' Basketball (4A)

Fishers Tigers (2)[edit]

  • 2008 boys' Cross Country
  • 2010 Football (5A)

Hamilton Southeastern Royals (9)[edit]

  • 1981 Football (A)
  • 2003 girls' Golf
  • 2007 boys' Swimming
  • 2007 Softball (4A)
  • 2008 girls' Golf
  • 2010 girls' Golf
  • 2010 Softball (4A)
  • 2011 girls' Golf
  • 2013 boys' Track

Harrison Raiders (3)[edit]

  • 1974 girls' Track
  • 1992 Football (4A)
  • 1995 Baseball

Lafayette Jefferson Bronchos (14)[edit]

  • 1916 boys' Basketball
  • 1932 boys' Golf
  • 1948 boys' Basketball
  • 1964 boys' Basketball
  • 1969 Baseball
  • 1973 Baseball
  • 1974 girls' Swimming
  • 1975 boys' Tennis
  • 1977 boys' Golf
  • 1978 boys' Golf
  • 1979 girls' Golf
  • 1983 girls' Golf
  • 1984 girls' Golf
  • 1987 boys' Golf

McCutcheon Mavericks (3)[edit]

  • 1999 Baseball (4A)
  • 2003 Baseball (4A)
  • 2008 Softball (4A)

Noblesville Millers (7)[edit]

  • 1913 boys' Track
  • 1986 girls' Golf
  • 1987 girls' Basketball
  • 1987 girls' Golf
  • 1991 girls' Soccer
  • 1998 boys' Golf
  • 1999 boys' Golf

Westfield Shamrocks (5)[edit]

  • 1998 girls' Cross Country
  • 2005 girls' Cross Country
  • 2006 girls' Cross Country
  • 2007 girls' Cross Country
  • 2013 boys' Golf

Zionsville Eagles (5)[edit]

  • 1987 Football (3A)
  • 1996 Football (3A)
  • 2002 boys' Golf
  • 2004 boys' Golf
  • 2009 boys' Soccer

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Harrison, Lafayette Jeff, and McCutcheon Invited to Join NCC". Lafayette Journal-Courier. 2013-02-11. Retrieved 2013-06-30.