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Culver and Knox leaving Northern State Conference

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Culver Community and Knox are leaving the Northern State Conference

Both schools submitted letters of departure from the NSC tonight at a meeting in Plymouth.

Over the weekend, The Lafayette Courier Journal reported Culver and Knox are going to join a new conference being formed with Caston, Pioneer, Winamac and North Judson.

If the schools follow NSC by laws, the change would take place before the 2015-16 season. If no other schools leave the conference, it will leave just Bremen, Glenn, LaVille, New Prairie, Jimtown and Triton.

With these teams leaving, NSC members will discuss options tonight and in future meetings. The last known move by a team to the NSC is when Bremen left the NLC for the NSC in the 1980's.

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