Tri-River Conference (IHSAA)

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The Tri-River Conference in Indiana.

The Tri-River Conference, established around 1965, was a seven-member IHSAA-sanctioned conference located within Clay, Greene, Morgan, and Sullivan counties in Indiana. It was named for the southern Eel, White, and Wabash rivers which flow through the territory of the conference. Clay City, Linton Stockton, Shakamak, and Union (Dugger) high schools also participated in the Southwestern Indiana Conference at the same time. The conference disbanded at the end of the 2009-2010 school year.[1]

Former members[edit]

School Location Mascot Colors County Year Joined Previous Conference Year Left Conference Joined
Clay City* Clay City Eels           11
Clay
1964 2010 SW Indiana
Montezuma Montezuma Aztecs           61
Parke
1964 1986 none (consolidated
into Riverton Parke)
Rosedale Rosedale Hotshots           61
Parke
1964 1986 none (consolidated
into Riverton Parke)
Shakamak* Jasonville Lakers           28
Greene
1964 Western Indiana 2010 SW Indiana
Stauton Staunton Yellow Jackets           11
Clay
1964 1984 none (consolidated
into Northview)
Terre Haute Schulte* Terre Haute Golden Bears           84
Vigo
1964 Western Indiana 1971? Western Indiana
Terre Haute State Terre Haute Little Sycamores           84
Vigo
1964 Western Indiana 1978 none (school closed)
Van Buren Carbon Blue Devils           11
Clay
1964 1984 none (consolidated
into Northview)
Union
(Dugger)
*
Dugger Bulldogs                77
Sullivan
1965 2010 SW Indiana
North Central
(Farmersburg)
Farmersburg Thunderbirds           77
Sullivan
1977 2010 SW Indiana
Eminence Eminence Eels                55
Morgan
1986 Independents 2010 Independents
Sullivan Sullivan Golden Arrows                77
Sullivan
1986 Independents 1999 Western Indiana
Linton
Stockton
*
Linton Miners                28
Greene
1991 SW Indiana 2010 SW Indiana
  • Shakamak (1968), Union-Dugger (1974), Linton-Stockton (1991), and Clay City (1992) were all dual members of the TRC and SWIAC from the year listed until 2010. Schulte was concurrently in the TRC and WIC for its entirety in the TRC.

Membership timeline[edit]

Linton-Stockton High School Sullivan High School Eminence Junior-Senior High School North Central High School (Farmersburg, Indiana) Union High School (Dugger, Indiana) Northview High School (Brazil, Indiana State High School (Terre Haute, Indiana) Schulte High School Northview High School (Brazil, Indiana Shakamak Junior-Senior High School Riverton-Parke Junior-Senior High School (Indiana) Riverton-Parke Junior-Senior High School (Indiana) Clay City Junior-Senior High School

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