Mid-Indiana Football Conference - Resources

Resources

  • IHSAA Conferences
  • IHSAA Directory
Mid-Indiana Football Conference
Membership
  • Edinburgh Community
  • Indian Creek
  • Milan
  • North Decatur
  • South Decatur
  • Triton Central
Parent Conferences
  • Mid-Hoosier Conference
  • Ohio River Valley Conference
Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA)
Boy's Sports
  • Baseball
  • Basketball (Championship)
  • Cross Country
  • Football (Large School, Small School)
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Swimming & Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track and field
  • Wrestling
Girl's Sports
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming & Diving
  • Tennis
  • Track and field
  • Volleyball
Athletic Conferences
  • Allen County
  • Big Eight
  • Blue Chip
  • Central Indiana
  • Conference Indiana
  • Duneland
  • Eastern Indiana
  • Great Lakes
  • Greater South Shore Athletic
  • Hoosier
  • Hoosier Crossroads
  • Hoosier Heartland
  • Hoosier Heritage
  • Hoosier Hills
  • Indiana Crossroads
  • Indianapolis Public
  • Metropolitan
  • Mid-Eastern
  • Mid-Hoosier
  • Mid-Indiana
  • Mid-Indiana Football
  • Mid-Southern
  • Mid-State
  • Midwest
  • North Central
  • Northeast Corner
  • Northeast Hoosier
  • Northern Indiana
  • Northern Lakes
  • Northern State
  • Northwest Crossroads
  • Northwestern
  • Ohio River Valley
  • Patoka Lake
  • Pioneer
  • Pocket
  • Porter County
  • Sagamore
  • Southern
  • Southern Indiana
  • Southwest Indiana
  • Southwest Seven Football
  • Summit
  • Three Rivers
  • Tri-Eastern
  • Wabash River
  • West Central
  • Western Indiana
  • IHSAA Independents
Disbanded Conferences
  • Big Blue River
  • Blue River
  • Calumet Athletic
  • Capital District
  • Cass
  • Central Suburban
  • Classic
  • Decatur
  • Delaware
  • Dixie
  • Dixie-Monon
  • East Central
  • Fort Wayne City
  • Fulton
  • Hamilton
  • Hancock
  • Henry
  • Howard
  • Huntington
  • Indiana H.S. Football
  • Indiana Lake Shore
  • Kankakee Valley
  • Kosciusko
  • Lake Athletic
  • Lake Suburban
  • Laughery Valley
  • Little Seven
  • Lost River
  • Midland
  • Mississinewa Valley
  • Northeastern Indiana
  • Northwest Hoosier
  • Northern Indiana Valley
  • Northland
  • Olympic
  • Prairie
  • Rangeline
  • South Central
  • South Lake Michigan
  • Southeastern Indiana
  • Southern Monon
  • Tiny Ten
  • Tippecanoe Valley
  • Tri-City League
  • Tri-County (Northern)
  • Tri-County (Southern)
  • Tri-River
  • Wayne
  • Western Indiana Small High School
  • White River
  • Whitewater Valley
Conference Rosters
  • List of high school athletic conferences in Indiana
Detailed Lists
Allen County – Metropolitan
Mid-Eastern – Northwestern
Ohio River Valley – Western Indiana
Independent
City Championships
  • Evansville (SIAC)
  • Fort Wayne (SAC)
  • Gary
  • Indianapolis
  • South Bend (NIAC)
Cross-Conference Tournaments
  • Christian Academy Tournament
  • Columbus Christian Tournament
  • Gibson County Toyota Teamwork Classic
  • Indianapolis City Tournament
  • Madison County Tournament
  • Perry-Spencer County Classic
  • Shawe Memorial Tournament
  • Wabash Valley Classic

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