Olympic Conference (Indiana)

Olympic Conference (Indiana)
The Olympic Conference within Indiana

The Olympic Conference was an IHSAA-sanctioned conference located within Delaware, Fayette, Jay, and Madison counties. The conference was formed in 1971 by second (and third) high schools from Anderson, Kokomo, and Muncie, and also included suburban Indianapolis schools that grew too large for their conferences at the time. Many suburban schools ended up outgrowing the Olympic as well, with former members now in the Metropolitan and Hoosier Crossroads "superconferences," as the two contain many of the largest schools in the state.

While hosting ten schools in two divisions at its largest, the conference spent the 2000's with five members, then four after Huntington North joined the North Central Conference. With the closing of Anderson Highland after the 2009-2010 school year, as well as the possibility that Muncie Southside will close and be consolidated into Muncie Central in 2011, the conference decided to disband. The still-extant Southside and Jay County are independents, Connersville will join the Eastern Indiana Conference in 2013-14.


Conference Divisions, 1997-2000

Eastern Western
Connersville Brownsburg
Anderson Highland Hamilton Southeastern
Huntington North West Lafayette Harrison
Jay County McCutcheon
Muncie Southside Noblesville

Membership at time of folding

School Location Mascot Colors County Year joined Previous Conference Year Left Conference joined
Anderson Highland Anderson Scots                48
1985 Classic 2010 none (school closed)
Connersville Connersville Spartans           21
1991 South Central 2010 independent
Jay County Portland Patriots                38
1985 Classic 2010 independent
Muncie Southside Muncie Rebels           18
1971 independent 2010 independent

Former Members

School Location Mascot Colors County Year joined Previous Conference Year Left Conference joined
Huntington Vikings           35
1974 Central Indiana 2003 North Central
Brownsburg Brownsburg Bulldogs           32
1997 independent 2000 Hoosier Crossroads
Fishers Royals                29
1997 Hoosier Heritage 2000 Hoosier Crossroads
(West Lafayette)
West Lafayette Raiders                79
1997 Hoosier 2000 Hoosier Crossroads
McCutcheon Lafayette Mavericks                79
1997 Hoosier 2000 Hoosier Crossroads
Noblesville Noblesville Millers                29
1985 Central Suburban 2000 Hoosier Crossroads
Madison Heights Anderson Pirates           48
1971 independent 1997 none (school closed)
Carmel Carmel Greyhounds           29
1974 Sagamore 1998 Metro
Muncie North Side Muncie Titans           18
1971 none (new school) 1986 none (school closed)
Kokomo Haworth Kokomo Huskies           34
1971 independent 1984 none (school closed)

Membership timeline


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