An offseason of conference realignment in Indiana high school athletics continues with two more schools announcing new affiliations.

A press release pictured below announces that the Hoosier North Athletic Conference members – Caston, Pioneer, North Judson, Triton, Winamac and Culver – are soon to be joined by Argos and Oregon-Davis.

The conference recently lost two members with decisions by LaVille and Knox to team up with Tippecanoe Valley, Bremen, John Glenn, Jimtown and a school not-yet-named to create a new conference for the start of the 2024-25 school year.

Argos is a member of the Hoosier Plains Conference that formed in 2017.  Argos is the only public school in the conference that also features Bethany Christian, Elkhart Christian, Lakeland Christian, Career Academy and Trinity.

Oregon-Davis athletics have been an independent since the Northland Conference disbanded in 2008. The Northland formed in 1998. Westville left the Porter County Conference and joined with four independents: Argos, Michigan City Marquette, Oregon-Davis and South Central (Union Mills).  River Forest, previously in the former Northwest Hoosier Conference, was the other member.

When the Northland Conference shrank to four members when Marquette and River Forest left to co-found the Greater South Shore Conference after the 2006–07 school year, the remaining schools decided to disband the Northland after the 2007–08 school year.