NSC schools will discuss future after Culver, Knox exit

Culver, Knox leaving may lead other schools to change league status.

Posted on Aug. 20, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on Aug. 20, 2013 at 2:24 p.m.

The immediate future of the Northern State Conference will be discussed by league athletic directors and principals on Thursday, Aug. 22.

On Monday night, the NSC received letters from Knox and Culver stating those two schools would leave the league in two years.

A story in the Lafayette Journal Courier last week reported that Culver, Knox and North Judson would align with Caston, Pioneer and Winamac to form a new conference beginning in the 2015-16 school year. Caston, Pioneer and Winamac are members the Midwest Conference.

The move would leave the Midwest with five schools and the NSC with six.

“We’ll meet Thursday and throw things on the table,’’ said Nathan Dean, Jimtown’s AD. “We’ll discuss options for the future of the six schools which are left and where we want to go.”

Jimtown, known then as Jamestown, joined the NSC in 1958. Jimtown, Bremen, Triton, Glenn, New Prairie and LaVille are the other remaining NSC schools.


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