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It seems as though the board never has any attention for the Northern States Conference in the pre-season.

 

New Prairie should have a very solid, senior-dominated team this year. John Glenn, Bremen, and Jimtown should be very well rounded as well. Knox and Culver should be able to punch out some pretty good individuals as well.

 

 

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Culver and Knox officially leaving to join new small school conference with Winamac, North Judson, etc.  LaVille and Triton considering that conference as well. According to the football board, both of those schools are leaning toward leaving as well.  Take that for what it's worth. 

 

If those dominoes fall, New Prairie could head to the NIC, which leaves Bremen, Jimtown, Glenn looking for new homes.  Does Mishawaka Marian leave the NIC?  Does Fairfield leave the NECC?  I would be surprised if they could pull 4-5 schools from surrounding conferences (NLC, NIC, NECC, TRC) to join a new NSC.

 

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Culver and Knox officially leaving to join new small school conference with Winamac, North Judson, etc.  LaVille and Triton considering that conference as well. According to the football board, both of those schools are leaning toward leaving as well.  Take that for what it's worth. 

 

If those dominoes fall, New Prairie could head to the NIC, which leaves Bremen, Jimtown, Glenn looking for new homes.  Does Mishawaka Marian leave the NIC?  Does Fairfield leave the NECC?  I would be surprised if they could pull 4-5 schools from surrounding conferences (NLC, NIC, NECC, TRC) to join a new NSC.

 

 

Triton has left the building.  There are still invites out to LaVille and West Central

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