Tippecanoe Valley Athletic Conference

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Location of the former TVAC in Indiana. Starke County is in pink, as all of its members were not in the conference by the time it folded.

The Tippecanoe Valley Athletic Conference was an IHSAA-sanctioned small-school conference in Northern Indiana. It was formed by seven schools located in Fulton and Pulaski counties in 1955,[1] and added three schools from Starke County its second year. However, by 1967 the league was down to four schools due to consolidation, and would close up shop after that season as three of those remaining schools were consolidated themselves.

Membership[edit]

School Location Mascot Colors County Year Joined Previous Conference Year Left Conference Joined
Aubbeenaubbee
Township
Leiters Ford Braves                25
Fulton
1955 Fulton County 1968 none (consolidated
into Culver)
Grass Creek Grass Creek Panthers                25
Fulton
1955 Fulton County 1961 none (consolidated
into North Caston)
Kewanna Kewanna Indians           25
Fulton
1955 Fulton County 1968 Independents
Medaryville Medaryville Black Horses                66
Pulaski
1955 1967 none (consolidated
into West Central)
Monterey Monterey Flyers           66
Pulaski
1955 1968 none (consolidated
into Culver)
Pulaski Pulaski Warriors                66
Pulaski
1955 1957 none (consolidated
into Winamac)
Star City Star City Stars           66
Pulaski
1955 1968 none (consolidated
into Winamac)
Grovertown Grovertown Rams                75
Starke
1956 1963 none (consolidated
into Oregon-Davis)
Hamlet* Hamlet Tigers                75
Starke
1956 Kankakee Valley 1963 none (consolidated
into Oregon-Davis)
San Pierre* San Pierre Bulldogs           75
Starke
1956 Kankakee Valley 1963 none (consolidated into
North Judson-San Pierre)
Richland Center Richland Center Wildcats                25
Fulton
1963 Fulton County 1965 none (consolidated
into Rochester
Oregon-Davis* Hamlet Bobcats                75
Starke
1963 none (new school) 1967 South Lake Michigan
  • Both Hamlet (1956–57) and San Pierre (1956-59) played in both the TVAC and KVC concurrently. Oregon Davis played concurrently in the TVAC and SLMC for two years (1965–67) before leaving for the latter.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Discuss New Athletic Loop". Logansport Pharos-Tribune. 1955-03-14. Retrieved 2012-05-16.