Tri-County Conference (Western Indiana)

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The Tri-County Conference (not to be confused with conferences of the same name located in the northern and southern portions of the state) was a high school sports league that existed until the late 1960s. Originally the Sullivan County Conference[1], the SCC added L&M and Midland from the folding Greene County Conference, then assumed the TCC name when Cory from Clay County was added two years later. The league was hit hard by consolidation that next year, and had three members for two more years until Cory was closed.

School Location Mascot Colors Year Joined Previous Conference Year Left Conference Joined
Carlisle Carlisle Indians           <1932 Independents 1965 none (consolidated
into Sullivan)
Dugger1 Dugger Bulldogs           <1932
1958
Independents
Western Indiana
1950
1965
Western Indiana
Tri-River
Fairbanks Fairbanks Trojans           <1932 Independents 1957 none (consolidated into
North Central (F'burg))
Farmersburg Farmersburg Plowboys           <1932 Independents 1957 none (consolidated into
North Central (F'burg))
Graysville Graysville Greyhounds           <1932 Independents 1962 none (consolidated
into Sullivan)
Hymera Hymera Shakamaks           <1932 Independents 1965 none (consolidated into
North Central (F'burg))
Merom Merom Beavers           <1932 Independents 1953 none (consolidated
into Gill Township)
New Lebanon New Lebanon Tigers           <1932 Independents 1953 none (consolidated
into Gill Township)
Pleasantville Pleasantville Blue Streaks           <1932 Independents 1965 none (consolidated
into Union (Dugger))
Shelburn Shelburn Panthers           <1932 Independents 1957 none (consolidated into
North Central (F'burg))
Sullivan Sullivan Golden Arrows           <1932 Independents 1936 Southern Indiana
Gill Township Merom Rockets           1953 none (new school) 1957 none (consolidated
into Sullivan)
North Central
(Farmersburg)
Farmersburg Thunderbirds           1957 none (new school) 1967 Independents
(TRC 1977)
L & M Marco Braves           1961 Greene County 1967 Independents
(SW IN 1968)
Midland Midland Middies           1961 Greene County 1964 none (consolidated
into Shakamak
Cory Cory Apple Boys           1963 Clay County 1967 none (consolidated
into Clay City)
  1. Dugger changed its name to Union in 1965.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "High School Softball Standings". Sullivan (IN) Daily Times. 1949-09-14. Retrieved 2018-03-15.