Mid-Indiana Football Conference

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The Mid-Indiana Football Conference within Indiana

Mid-Indiana Football Conference is a six member Indiana High School Athletic Association sanctioned Conference. Although there is another Mid-Indiana Conference, this Conference is a football only conference that comprises only schools playing in other conferences that do not play football. The only similar conference in the state is the Southwest Football Conference.

Members[edit]

School Location Mascot Colors Enrollment IHSAA Class County Year Joined Previous Conference Primary Conference
Eastern
Hancock
Charlottesville Royals           348 A 30
Hancock
2010 White River Mid-Hoosier
Indian
Creek
Trafalgar Braves                598 AAA 41
Johnson
1981 Independents Mid-Hoosier
Knightstown Knightstown Panthers           397 A 33
Henry
2013 Independents
(WRC 2010)
Mid-Hoosier
Milan Milan Indians                417 AA 69
Ripley
1981 Eastern Indiana1 Ohio River
Valley
North
Decatur
Greensburg Chargers                397 AA 16
Decatur
1982 Big Blue River Mid-Hoosier
South
Decatur
Greensburg Cougars           316 A 16
Decatur
1981 Independents Mid-Hoosier
  1. Milan played concurrently in the EIAC and MIFC for the 1981 season

Former Members[edit]

School Location Mascot Colors County Year Joined Previous Conference Year Left Conference Joined
Brown
County
Nashville Eagles           7
Brown
1981 Independents 1999 Independents
(WIC 1999)
Edinburgh Edinburgh Lancers                41
Johnson
1981 Independents 2011 Independents
Park Tudor Indianapolis Panthers           49
Marion
1982
1990
Independents
Independents
1986
2005
Independents
Indiana Crossroads
Triton
Central
Fairland Tigers           73
Shelby
1996 Rangeline 2012 Indiana Crossroads

Champions[edit]

# Team Seasons
12 Indian Creek 1984, 1997*, 1998*, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2008*, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014
10 Milan 1981*1, 1983, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1997*, 1998*, 1999*, 2008*, 2011
4 Park Tudor 1985, 1993, 1999*, 2000
4 South Decatur 1989, 1990, 1997*, 2003
5 Triton Central 1996, 1997*, 2006, 2007, 2008*
4 Brown County 1981*1, 1986, 1987, 1988
3 North Decatur 19822, 1991, 1998*
1 Eastern Hancock 2013
0 Edinburgh
0 Knightstown
  1. Milan and Brown County both finished with 2-0 records in a partial schedule. Edinburgh was the only team to play a full schedule.
  2. North Decatur (5-1) and Indian Creek (4-1) both finished with one loss, but Indian Creek and Milan didn't play. North Decatur won the title based on beating Indian Creek.

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