It is interesting to me that Rushville joined the EIAC. In the past few years, Rushville was dropping almost all of the EIAC schools with the exception of Greensburg and Batesville because they said it was too far to travel to play the rest of the league. Then, all of a sudden, meetings were started on the discussion of expanding the EIAC. There was that same Rushville petitioning to join. There must have been an obvious change in administration or I don’t think this would have happened. That is why I stated in yesterday’s article that it will be interesting to see if they play every school in the EIAC in every sport unless it has a one-day playoff. Connersville definitely wanted out of their old conference, and again, because of a declining enrollment they were interested in getting into the EIAC where their enrollment is much more comparable to most of the other schools. I am sure that all the athletic directors worked many hours making the schedules work. I don’t know of any conference that has the policy our football teams have adopted. We are not going to have an overall champion but a 4A and a 3A champ.
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