Central Indiana Athletic Conference - State Champions and Finalists - Oak Hill Golden Eagles

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Oak Hill Golden Eagles

1982 IHSAA Class A Football State Champs
2008 IHSAA Class 2A Girls Basketball State Runner-Up
2009 IHSAA Class 2A Girls Basketball State Runner-Up

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