Hoosier Heritage Conference

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The Hoosier Heritage Conference in Indiana

The Hoosier Heritage Conference is an athletic and extra/co-curricular activity conference of Indiana high schools. The conference formed in 1995.

Membership[edit]

Current Members[edit]

School Location Mascot Colors Enrollment [1]
08-09
IHSAA
Class [2]
IHSAA Class
Football [3]
# / County Year Joined Former Conference
Delta Muncie Eagles                900 AAA AAAA 18
Delaware
1997 White River
Greenfield
Central
Greenfield Cougars                1,341 AAAA AAAA 30
Hancock
1997 independent
Mount Vernon
(Fortville)
Fortville Marauders                1,108 AAA AAAA 30
Hancock
1995 White River
New Castle
Chrysler
New Castle Trojans           1,246 4A 4A 33
Henry
20131 North Central
New
Palestine
New Palestine Dragons           1,055 AAA AAAA 30
Hancock
1995 Rangeline
Pendleton
Heights
Pendleton Arabians           1,165 AAAA AAAA 48
Madison
1997 White River
Shelbyville Shelbyville Golden Bears                1,155 AAA AAAA 73
Shelby
1997 South Central
Yorktown Yorktown Tigers                800 AAA AAA 18
Delaware
1999 Rangeline
  1. Chrysler was removed from the NCC in 2013. The HHC was able to include them in some competitions during the 2013-14 school year, with full membership granted for the next year.

Former Members[edit]

School Location Mascot Colors # / County Year Joined Former Conference Year Left Current Conference
Hamilton
Southeastern
Fishers Royals                32
Hamilton
1995 Rangeline 1998 Hoosier Crossroads
Rushville
Rushville Lions                70
Rush
1995 South Central 2013 Eastern Indiana

Academic events include HHC Spell Bowl, Quiz Bowl, and Academic Super Bowl. Conference champions are determined for each sport and academic event. In addition, the HHC conference recognizes academic achievement among athletes, awarding a plaque to individuals who are letter winners, in grades 10-12, and who rank in the top five percent of their class.

State Champions[edit]

IHSAA State Champions

Delta Eagles (9)[edit]

  • 1981 Wrestling
  • 1982 Wrestling
  • 1983 Wrestling
  • 1984 Wrestling
  • 1985 Wrestling
  • 2001 Volleyball (3A)
  • 2002 Volleyball (3A)
  • 2002 Boys Basketball (3A)
  • 2008 Volleyball (3A)

Greenfield Central Cougars (1)[edit]

  • 1973 Football (2A)
  • 2011 Academic Super Bowl Fine Arts

Mount Vernon Marauders (2)[edit]

  • 2000 Softball (2A)
  • 2013 Girls Basketball (3A)

New Castle (3)[edit]

  • 1932 Boys Basketball
  • 2006 Boys Basketball (3A)
  • 2007 Volleyball (4A)

New Palestine Dragons (4)[edit]

  • 2004 Baseball (3A)
  • 2004 Softball (3A)
  • 2008 Softball (3A)
  • 2009 Softball (3A)

Shelbyville Golden Bears(1)[edit]

  • 1947 Boys Basketball

Yorktown Tigers(5)[edit]

  • 1975 Boys Golf
  • 1977 Girls' Golf
  • 2000 Volleyball (3A)
  • 2011 Volleyball (3A)
  • 2012 Girls' Golf

References[edit]