Patoka Valley Conference

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The Patoka Valley Conference was an athletic conference based in Southwest Indiana from 1959 to 1972. The conference contained schools from Daviess, Dubois, Pike, Spencer, and Warrick counties at some point in its existence. The conference had eleven members for the 1964-65 season, yet within less than a decade disbanded with four members remaining (and two of those schools closed within another two years).[1]

Membership[edit]

School Location Mascot Colors County Year
Joined
Previous
Conference
Year
Left
Conference
Joined
Birdseye Birdseye Yellow Jackets           19
Dubois
1959 Independents 1971 none (consolidated
into Forest Park)
Chrisney Chrisney Wildcats           74
Spencer
1959 Pocket 1972 none (consolidated into
Heritage Hills)
Dubois Dubois Jeeps           19
Dubois
1959 1972 Lost River
Ferdinand Ferdianand Crusaders           19
Dubois
1959 Independents 1971 none (consolidated
into Forest Park)
Holland Holland Dutchmen           19
Dubois
1959 1972 none (consolidated
into Southridge)
Ireland Ireland Spuds           19
Dubois
1959 1970 none (consolidated
into Jasper)
Lynnville Lynnville Lyndis           87
Warrick
1959 Pocket 1965 none (consolidated
into Tecumseh)
Otwell Otwell Millers           63
Pike
1959 1972 Independents (consolidated into
Pike Central in 1974)
Spurgeon Spurgeon Cardinals           63
Pike
1959 1966 none (consolidated into
Winslow)
Stendal Stendal Aces 63
Pike
1959 1966 none (consolidated into
Winslow)
Winslow Winslow Eskimos           63
Pike
1964 Independents 1972 Independents (consolidated into
Pike Central in 1974)
Barr-Reeve Montgomery Vikings           14
Daviess
1968 1969 Blue Chip
Forest Park Ferdinand Rangers           19
Dubois
1971 none (new school) 1972 Blue
Chip

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Requiem For A Conference". Dubois County Daily Herald, Jasper, IN. 1972-08-23. Retrieved 2013-10-02.