Northeastern Indiana Athletic Conference


Northeastern Indiana Athletic Conference

The Northeastern Indiana Athletic Conference was an IHSAA-Sanctioned Athletic Conference from 1927 to 1988.

Contents

Former members

School Location Mascot Colors # / County Years Previous Conference Conference Joined
Angola Angola Hornets                76
Steuben
1959-89 independent Northeast Corner
Bellmont Decatur Braves                01
Adams
1966-89 none (consolidated from Decatur Northeast Hoosier
Bluffton Bluffton Tigers           90
Wells
1927-89 independent Allen County
Columbia
City
Columbia City Eagles                92
Whitley
1927-89 independent Northeast Hoosier
DeKalb Waterloo Barons                17
DeKalb
1967-89 none (consolidated from Auburn Northeast Hoosier
East
Noble
Kendallville Knights                57
Noble
1966-89 none (consolidated from Kendallville Northeast Hoosier
Homestead Fort Wayne Spartans                02
Allen
1975-89 Allen County Northeast Hoosier
New Haven New Haven Bulldogs                02
Allen
1945-89 independent Northeast Hoosier
Berne Starfires                01
Adams
1966-89 none (consolidated from Berne Allen County
Garrett Garrett Railroaders                17
De Kalb
1927-81 independent Allen County
Concordia Lutheran Fort Wayne Cadets           02
Allen
1955–1975 Ft. Wayne City Series Summit
Auburn Auburn Red Devils           17
DeKalb
1927-53
1960-1967
independent
independent
independent
none (consolidated into DeKalb
Berne Berne Bears           01
Adams
1965-66 independent none (consolidated into South Adams
Elmhurst Fort Wayne Trojans           02
Allen
1960-66 none (new school) Ft. Wayne City Series
Kendallville Kendallville Red Devils           57
Noble
1927-66 independent none (consolidated into East Noble
Warsaw Warsaw Tigers                43
Kosciusko
1945-53 independent independent
Fort Wayne Central Fort Wayne Tigers           02
Allen
1927-40 independent Ft. Wayne City Series
Fort Wayne North Side Fort Wayne Redskins           02
Allen
1927-40 independent Ft. Wayne City Series
Fort Wayne South Side Fort Wayne Archers           02
Allen
1927-40 independent Ft. Wayne City Series
Huntington Huntington Vikings                35
Huntington
1927–1932 independent Central Indiana

Membership Timeline

Membership timeline

Divisional Format

From 1973 to 1975, the conference used a two division format. The divisions were:

East-West

  • Bellmont
  • Columbia City
  • DeKalb
  • Fort Wayne Concordia Lutheran (1973–74), Homestead (1975)
  • New Haven

North-South

  • Angola
  • Bluffton
  • East Noble
  • Garrett
  • South Adams

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