Wabash River Conference

Wabash River Conference is an eight-member Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA)-sanctioned conference located within Fountain, Parke, Vermillion, and Warren Counties in West Central Indiana. All of the participating schools are either 1A or small 2A institutions in rural counties.

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Wabash River Conference - Resources
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