Indiana High School Football Conference

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The Indiana High School Football Conference was a Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA)-sanctioned conference founded in 1926 by 10 members.The Founding Members were:

  • Elwood
  • Evansville Central
  • Fort Wayne South
  • Gary Emerson
  • Indianapolis Tech
  • Mishawaka
  • Muncie
  • Richmond Morton
  • South Bend Central
  • Terre Haute Gerstmeyer

7 teams withdrew Fort Wayne South (1926); Terre Haute Gerstmeyer (1926); Mishawaka (1927); Richmond (1927); Gary Emerson (1928); South Bend Central (1928); New Castle (1930).

Added (12): Linton-Stockton (1926); Marion (1926); Clinton (1928); Logansport (1928); Bicknell (1929); Kokomo (1929); Bloomington (1930); Brazil (1930); New Castle (1930); Wabash (1930); Sullivan (1931); Vincennes Lincoln (1931).

The conference ended in 1931 and the final members were (15):

  • Bicknell
  • Bloomington
  • Brazil
  • Clinton
  • Elwood
  • Evansville Central
  • Indianapolis Tech
  • Kokomo
  • Linton-Stockton
  • Logansport
  • Marion
  • Muncie Central
  • Sullivan
  • Vincennes Lincoln
  • Wabash.[1]


Champions[edit]

  • 1926 Gary Emerson (3-0) & Mishawaka (3-0)
  • 1927 Linton-Stockton (4-1) & Muncie (4-1-1)
  • 1928 Clinton (4-0)
  • 1929 Clinton
  • 1930 Logansport (4-0)
  • 1931 Clinton (3-0) & Marion (5-0)

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