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  1. Conference Indiana 2018

    I don’t think the Terre Hautes get in a merged conference. 8 schools
  2. Hoosier Hills Conference 2018

    Yes but Jeffersonville has been that sleeping giant for years. They don’t seem to be able to get those athletes on the field or court.
  3. Conference Indiana 2018

    You don’t think Chatard would rather drive to Bloomington or Columbus than Covington, Kentucky or Michigan to play? I expect Columbus North would rather drive to Indianapolis than Terre Haute. I think it makes lots of sense for both conferences.
  4. Conference Indiana 2018

    I think the Conference Indiana championship will be between Columbus North and Southport. It may very well come down to their game the third week of the season. North has one of the best quarterbacks in the state. They need to find another receiver or two to go with two returning starters. Southport-North games are usually close. I expect the same this year. I believe Bloomington South, Terre Haute North and Terre Haute South to be in the middle of the pack. Unfortunately, Bloomington North will be in the cellar again. The intra conference games with the Circle City Conference is an interesting new wrinkle to Central Indiana football. Could the next couple of seasons be a preview of a merger of the two conferences? If not the entire conferences, maybe the four largest CCC schools and Southport, C. North, B. South, and B. North? That could be fun.
  5. 6A Football

    Back in the day, Indianapolis Washington was the powerhouse on the west side. As time went on, the population moved west and Ben Davis became the power. With the tremendous growth in Hendricks County you can see that movement of power moving further west. The MIC is still the best league but it’s just time before the HCC overtakes them. Nothing remains the same.
  6. Conference Indiana 2018

    Add to B. South’s problem that the two guys that started at qb last year are gone. One graduated and one moved to Florida.
  7. Conference Indiana 2018

    Thanks. I reread. Why would you combine schools? There’s no one in that part state that would play a school of 3500. Three schools of 1200 makes a lot more sense.
  8. Hoosier Hills Conference 2018

    Considering Jeffersonville is clearly the fourth best team in a four team sectional, a LOT of work is going to be required.
  9. Conference Indiana 2018

    Clarification please. Combine North and South, build a new school on the east side, and lower the enrollments. How do you lower the enrollments and maintain two high schools, which is what Terre Haute has now?
  10. Conference Indiana 2018

    Common sense isn’t usually around when you need it but adding C. North and the two Bloomington schools to HHC makes all kind of sense. Geographically and traditional rivals of the past makes good sense. It also allows any of the bottom dewellers of the HHC an opportunity to make a decision on their future and leave if it’s best for them.
  11. School Fight Songs

    Southport High School is an original song written by an alumnus. I should add that the Southport High School song is used in the movie “Hoosiers”.
  12. It fits into their mission statement because that mission is to outdo Carmel whenever possible.
  13. < OR >

    Where are Delta and Yorktown going to go?
  14. Hoosier Hills Conference 2018

    Conference’s are agreements between schools. They can be dissolved at anytime. Just because the members of the HHC agree to stay together in 2017 for an extended period of time doesn’t mean any or all the members can leave if they desire to. They just have to give the other members notice of their intentions to leave.
  15. Hoosier Hills Conference 2018

    Yes, but wasn’t that done to keep people from leaving the conference? Wouldn’t something like what HoopsCoach suggested give the conference some long term stability?